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Greensboro Historical Museum

130 Summit Avenue
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

Email: fred.goss@greensboro-nc.gov

Fax: 336-373-2204

Phone: 336-373-2043

Repository URL: http://www.greensborohistory.org/ External Link

Repository description (CRHP): Greensboro focus include collections from local African-American educator Abraham H. Peeler of J. C. Price School

Repository description (extant): For anyone interested in exploring the history of Greensboro and Guilford County in even greater depth, the Greensboro Historical Museum Archives provides an astounding range of original local and regional source materials.

Spanning the 1700s to the present day -- with a focus on the people of Greensboro, Guilford County and Piedmont North Carolina -- our Archives houses manuscripts, photographs, printed materials, artwork and audiovisual materials.

Holdings include:
- Manuscripts - family, individual and organizational papers
- Photographs, prints & drawings
- Printed materials - books, maps, ads and programs

Notable collections include resources documenting the lives and work of author William Sidney Porter (O. Henry) and First Lady Dolley Madison.

A broad range of materials with a Greensboro focus include collections from local African-American educator Abraham H. Peeler of J. C. Price School and the World War II letters of Beth and Louis Puckett.

Repository type: Local History Organization

Collections:

Abraham H. Peeler papers

 

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