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Digital Collections at Atkins Library is pleased to announce that student yearbooks from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte are now available on DigitalNC. The online volumes include UNC Charlotte yearbooks from 1966-1985, as well as yearbooks from Charlotte College from 1950-1965 and...
The Special Collections Reading and Manuscripts Room was named after Harry Lee Dalton who was born June 13, 1895 in Winston, North Carolina. This collection is full of primary resources relating to WWI, WWII as well as information on commerce and industry. Check out Harry L. Dalton papers here
On this Memorial Day, remember our fallen soldiers from all the wars and take a journey through the past by visiting Special Collections to view the U.S. Army, 38th Evacuation Hospital Records.
Over 40 linear feet of former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory’s official documents, photos and personal papers are now available to the public. This acquisition is timely as two significant events unfold for Charlotte: The former Mayor’s recent North Carolina gubernatorial campaign...
This digital collection documents the plans for the urban redevelopment of Charlotte in the 1960s and 1970s.  Created in 1957, the Charlotte Redevelopment Commission was charged with projects which cleared rundown areas of Charlotte but also projects for rehabilitation of declining older...
J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections is pleased to be a participant in the historically rich digital project: Civil War in the American South. In recognition of the sesquicentennial of the start of the American Civil War, Civil War in the American South provides ...
The first phase of completed digitized collections from the J. Murrey Atkins Library is now available to the public through http://digitalcollections.uncc.edu. This digital resource makes rare and unique research materials freely accessible to students, researchers, teachers, and lifelong learners...
J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections is pleased to announce the recent donation of The Steve Perille Photographic Collection by Byron Baldwin, a fellow photographer and friend of Perille. Perille worked as a photographer for the Charlotte Observer from 1972 until 1983. He was named 1975...