History served with a side of technology
Selected items have been digitized, and new items are added as possible.
NEW! Greensboro Disfranchisement Document
List of local African Americans to be challenged on election day, circa 1890
World War II Newspapers
Browse or search newspapers relating to Basic Training Camp No. 10 and the Overseas Replacement Depot.
George Preddy, Sr. Talks About His Sons Side 1 Side 2
Listen to an interview conducted by former Museum Director William J. Moore, Jr. in 1966. For more information about the George Preddy, Jr. Papers click here.
O. Henry Speaks
Hear the voice of William Sidney Porter recorded about 1905 on the "The Golden Age of Opera, Great Personalities."
Slavery As We’ve Heard It
Students from Jonesboro Elementary School interviewed family and friends in the fall of 1932 and reported on their memories of slavery.
Mary Kelly Watson Smith Diaries
Read excerpts from the 1904-1923 diaries of the wife of First Presbyterian Church minister, the Rev. Jacob Henry Smith.
Annie Kendall Newell’s Automobile Diary
A diary kept on a 1912 automobile trip from New Smyrna Beach, Florida to Greensboro, N.C. and back.