Jock Lauterer photographic collection, circa 1964-1968.


Jock Lauterer photographic collection, circa 1964-1968.

The collection is predominantly composed of images of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the town of Chapel Hill, N.C., made from circa 1964-1968, when the photographer was an undergraduate student at UNC. The largest grouping of negatives documents the UNC Men's Glee Club European Tour of 1966. Other images portray life in Chapel Hill, the UNC campus, and university activities. Lauterer captured small-town life; the serenity of campus; sporting events; and the effects of politically charged times on a small community, including anti-war protests, Speaker Ban protests, civil rights marches and speeches, and a Ku Klux Klan rally. Many of the images include persons of national or local significance.

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