The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories
North Carolina A & T State University. University Archives
1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, North Carolina
Repository URL: http://www.library.ncat.edu/resources/archives
Repository code: ncga
Repository description (CRHP): Contains a four part interview with Franklin McCain, leader of the Greensboro Sit-in movement which sparked similar demonstrations throughout the nation in a matter of weeks.
Repository description (extant): The University Archives houses a wealth of information that is available to researchers and scholars, the majority being institutional records dating back to the late 1890's. Researchers may use the minutes, annual reports, and photographs to get an idea of how the university has changed through the years. Other information in the collection consists of class schedules, bulletins, alumni publications, research bulletins, student newspapers, programs, budget materials, yearbooks dating back to 1939, departmental brochures and newsletters, self-studies, faculty and staff directories, handbooks and manuscripts. Scholars seeking information on outstanding alumni may use the materials on Jesse Jackson, Joe Dudley and Ronald McNair. Other collections include the papers and documents of John Wray, Gerald Marteena, F.A. Williams, R.E. Jones, B.W. Barnes, George Simkins, Margaret Tynes, Hal Sieber, Armand Richardson and the Virgil Stroud scrapbooks. The University Archives tries to collect materials that are related to the African American experience in the Triad area.
Repository type: University Special Collection
The A&T four: February 1st, 1960
The A&T experience through voices