Digital Highlights

Greensboro Disfranchisement Document

List of local African Americans to be challenged on election day, circa 1890 After the end of Reconstruction and Republican Read more…

Slavery As We’ve Heard It

In the Fall of 1932, the students at Jonesboro Elementary School, Greensboro, N.C., under the direction of Mr. Abraham H. Read more…

Annie E. Kendall Newell Diary

New Smyrna Beach, Florida to Greensboro, North Carolina & Return July 17, 1912 to September 3, 1912 Preface to the Read more…

Mary Kelly Watson Smith Diary Excerpts

These diary excerpts–edited by Archives volunteer Dick Claycomb–are aimed primarily at locating entries that relate to people and events pertinent Read more…

Mary Kelly Watson Smith Diary

Mary Smith was the wife of the Rev. Jacob Henry Smith (1820-1897), pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Greensboro from Read more…

O. Henry Speaks

Recording made from the “The Golden Age of Opera, Great Personalities” Side 2.  Copied from the original disc owned by Read more…

George Preddy, Sr. Talks About His Sons

Listen to an interview conducted by former Museum Director William J. Moore, Jr. in 1966. For more information about the Read more…

Greensboro Pictorials

Our archives holds a number of illustrated promotional publications from the 1890s and early 1900s that provide general information about Read more…

Newspapers

Our archives collects selected original newspapers mainly for exhibition, not informational, purposes. A notable exception is our nearly complete set Read more…