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THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL: A HISTORICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY



Compiled by David B. Parker

Revised by Edward L. Harrelson
July 1992

 

PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION

This bibliography contains citations to over six hundred items pertaining to the history of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (or to the University of North Carolina, as the Chapel Hill campus was known until 1963). Excluded are items of a purely contemporary nature-those on subjects of current interest that contain no history. While items of this nature might be useful to researchers, they are not listed here for reasons of space. A general index to the citations appears at the end of the bibliography.

This bibliography supersedes "The History of the University of North Carolina as Found in University Magazine, Alumni Review, and University Record" (June 1988). Supplements will be issued from time to time and will include new items as they appear as well as older items that come to the attention of the compiler.

Most of the items in this bibliography can be found in the North Carolina Collection (NCC) in Wilson Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The staff of the NCC has been very helpful in the compilation of this bibliography and is always eager to help researchers in any aspect of North Carolina history.

The NCC has two useful research tools that are not listed here. One is an extensive collection of newspaper clippings divided into three series: general North Carolina, North Carolina biographical, and the University of North Carolina. The other is an "Index to Biographies," a card file that contains the names of thousands of North Carolinians, many with University connections. This index is keyed to the accompanying "Bibliography of Volumes Indexed for Biographical Information," which lists nearly five hundred volumes. Also, the Daily Tar Heel has recently begun an index; a copy is available at the NCC.

Compilation of this bibliography was sponsored by the Historical Publications Subcommittee of the University's Bicentennial Policy Committee. John L. Sanders gave direction to this bibliography and suggested a number of entries. Susan Dunn helped prepare the final manuscript.

David B. Parker
March 1989

PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION

The second edition of this bibliography adds 135 entries to David B. Parker's original 667 entries and supersedes his "Historical Bibliography" of March, 1989. Most of the new items were published from 1989 to 1992. There are some additions, usually addresses, published before 1989 which were not included in the first edition.

While all of the items have to do with The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, some are more relevant than others. The newer items include several articles about alumni, and there are also brochures which have some history of campus organizations. Manuscripts usually have not been included, although there are two collections of papers, one dealing with the Speaker Ban Law and the other consisting of Anti-War Materials, which have been included. The papers of many alumni and professors may easily be found in the Southern Historical Collection in Wilson Library. Most of the new items were taken from the BIS system, the University's on-line cataloging system.

I am very grateful to the North Carolina Collection staff. They are a devoted group of people and are always very helpful. Thanks are also due to Susan Dunn who helped with the manuscript.

Edward L. Harrelson
July 1992


1. Adams, Agatha Boyd. Paul Green of Chapel Hill . Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Library, 1951. Several pages on Green and UNC. CRB G79a

2. Adams, Agatha Boyd. "The Story of Women at the University of North Carolina." Typescript in North Carolina Collection, apparently of address given in 1949. Cp378 US26.1

3. Adams, Agatha Boyd. Thomas Wolfe. Carolina Student: A Brief Biography. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Library, 1950. Excerpts appeared as "Thomas Wolfe at Chapel Hill," Carolina Quarterly 2 (Dec. 1949): 21-29, and "The Friendliness of a Lonely Man," ibid., 2 (Spring 1950): 16-22. CRB W855a

4. Adams, Agatha Boyd. "The Tradition of Women at the University of North Carolina." Typescript in North Carolina Collection, apparently of address given in 1949. Cp378 US26

5. Adams, John H. "In Other Words, Tolerance: Are We About to Lose This?" Carolina Alumni Review 74 (Winter 1986): 29-30. Article on Bill Friday's contributions to UNC, excerpted from the Durham Morning Herald. C378 UT2

6. Albright, Mayne. "The Battle between the Wars: The University's Role in Modernist Thought." Carolina Alumni Review 72 (Fall 1983): 10-15. Discusses UNC in the 1920s and 1930s. C378 UT2

7. Allcott, Elinor. "From Academiaville toward Chapel Hill: Town-Gown Relations between the University of North Carolina and the Town of Chapel Hill." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1971. C378 UO6 1971 v.1

8. Allcott, John V. "Architect A. J. Davis in North Carolina: His Launching at the University." North Carolina Architect 20 (Nov.-Dec. 1973): 10-15. C720 S72 1964-1974

9. Allcott, John V. "Campus Architecture." Carolina Alumni Review 75 (Winter 1987): 29-31. On the writing of Allcott's The Campus at Chapel Hill . C378 UT2

10. Allcott, John V. The Campus at Chapel Hill: Two Hundred Years of Architecture. Chapel Hill: Chapel Hill Historical Society, 1986. C378 UW11

11. Allcott, John V. "Early Architecture at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill." Antiques 113 (1978): 374-81. FCp720 A42e

12. Allcott, John V. "Robert Donaldson, the First North Carolinian to Become Prominent in the Arts." North Carolina Historical Review 52 (1975): 333-66. Some on architect A. J. Davis's contributions to UNC. Cp970 N87hi v. 52 no. 4

13. Allen, Helen D., comp. "References to Chapel Hill and to the University of North Carolina Appearing in the Available Issues of the Hillsborough Recorder, from 1820 to 1879, Located in the North Carolina Room of Wilson Library, University of North Carolina." A card file located in the North Carolina Collection. VC071 H65i

14. Allenby. J. Fraser. "Murder at the Old Well: An Almost Perfect Crime of the Last Century." Carolina Magazine 63 (April 22, 1934): 7-8. Account of fictional murder. C378 UQm 1921-1948

15. "Alumni Association Observes 100th Birthday." Alumni Review 31 (1942-43): 221-22. History of the Alumni Association. C378 UT2

16. "Alumni Dominate Top 100 Tar Heels." Alumni Review 60 (Sept. 1971): 9. Describes recent list of 100 most important North Carolinians, 41 of whom were alumni of UNC. C378 UT2

17. Anderson, Julia. "The University of North Carolina: A National University?" Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1990. Argues the University has become a national institution. C378 UO6 1990. v.1

18. Anderson, Mrs. John H. (Lucy). "The University of North Carolina." Confederate Veteran 38 (1930): 11-15, 51-53, 91-94. A prize-winning essay in three parts. Pt. 1: "The University in the War between the States." Pt. 2: "University Alumni in the Confederacy; The University's Sons of Battle. " Pt. 3: "In the Reconstruction Era." C970.7 C74v1

19. Anderson, Walker. Oration on the Life and Character of the Rev. Jos. Caldwell, D.D. Late President of the University of North Carolina. Raleigh: J. Gales & Son, 1835. "Delivered at the request of the Executive Committee before the trustees, the faculty and the students in Person Hall, on the 24th of June, 1835." C378 UK3 1835A

20. Annual Report of the President (1897-1934); ... of the Dean of Administration (1935-1945); ... of the Chancellor (1946- ). Annual reports of various aspects of UNC administration; often contain details not, readily found elsewhere. C378 UC

21. "Anti-War Materials" From the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1967-70." Manuscript in the North Carolina Collection. FVC378 US13

22. "A Place on the Hill." 1990. A videocassette narrated by Woody Durham and William Hardy. C378 UE1

23. "Archibald Henderson." North Carolina Booklet 14 (1914-15): 163-167. C970 N87b

24. "Architect Uncovers Playmakers' Secrets." Carolina Alumni Review 71 (Dec. 1982): 8. History of the Playmakers Theatre. C378 UT2

25. Arras, John D. "Nancy Rhoden: Exploring the Dark Side of Biomedical Technology." North Carolina Law Review 68 (June 1990): 835-838. Biographical memorial on the occasion of Professor of Law Nancy Rhoden's death in October 1989. C347.05 N87Lr

26. "Art Department Celebrates 50th Birthday." University Gazette 13 (Oct. 1987). FC378 UC32

27. Arthur, Billy. "A Changing Chapel Hill." The State 58 (October 1990): 24-28. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

28. Arthur, Billy. "A Kiss Across Time: Two Sweethearts From Davidson Waited Nearly Six Decades For Even a Modest Buss." The State 56 (May 1989): 16. Short biographical sketch on Professor Charles Phillips' family. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

29. Arthur, Billy. "Ante-Bellum Times at the University." The State 53 (Sept. 1985): 20-21. Excerpts from diary of N. F. Jones, student in 1857-1858. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

30. Arthur, Billy. "If Times Got Rough He'd Swap Clothes with Billy Arthur." The State 49 (Sept. 1981): 25, 39. On Frank Porter Graham. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

31. Arthur, Billy. "The President's Reward." The State 53 (May 1986): 10-11. On F. P. Venable's scientific contributions. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

32. Arthur, Billy. "The Stuff Southern History Is Made of." The State 55 (Sept. 1987): 8-10. On the Southern Historical Collection. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

33. Ashby, Warren. Frank Porter Graham: A Southern Liberal. Winston-Salem: John F. Blair, 1980. Several chapters on Graham and UNC. CB G739a

34. "Astronomical Observatory at the University of North Carolina." University Monthly 4 (1884-85): 4-7. Joseph Caldwell's efforts to build an observatory in 1830; work and equipment of the observatory; origins of the meridian pillars behind Caldwell's home. C378 UQm

35. Auchampaugh, Philip. "A Forgotten Journey of an Antebellum President: The Trip and Addresses of James Buchanan Delivered during His Journey to the Commencement of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1859." Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine 17 (July 1935): 42-48. Cp378 UE35

36. Austell, David B. "'The Birds in the Rich Forest' Chinese Students at an American University." Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1990. [microfiche] C378 UO2 1990

37. Axley, Lowry. "Looking Backward." University of North Carolina Magazine 31 (1913­14): 335-47. Brief sketches of Davie Poplar, Old East, South Building, Old West, the astronomical observatory, and Polk Annex. C378 UQm

38. Aycock, W.B. [William Brantley] "Henry P. Brandis, Jr." North Carolina Law Review 67 (June 1989): 1015-1017. Memorial to Professor of Law Henry P. Brandis, Jr. C347.05 N87Lr

39. Aycock, William B. "A Brief History of the Name: 'The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.'" Carolina Alumni Review 80 (Fall 1991): 76-81. C378 UT2

40. Aycock, William B. "Albert Coates-Educator (1896-1989): My Most Unforgettable Character." North Carolina Law Review 67 (April 1989): 743-746. Memorial to Albert Coates. C347.05 N87Lr

41. Aycock, William Brantley. A Chancellor's Eye View of the University of North Carolina of Chapel Hill. [n.p., n.d.] LAW LIBRARY

42. Aycock, William Brantley. Selected Speeches and Statements of William Brantley Aycock. 1957-1964 , Chapel Hill: University News Bureau, 1964. C378 UMa97.1

43. Aycock, William Brantley. Speeches and Statements of William Brantley Aycock (1957­ 1989): Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1957-1964). Kenan Professor of Law. Chapel Hill: Colonial Press, 1989. C378 UMa97.2

44. Ayres, Q. Whitfield. "Education and Civil Rights Policy: The Office for Civil Rights vs. the University of North Carolina." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1977. C378 UO2 1977

45. Bahnsen, Jane Cutler, comp. "Books in the University of North Carolina Library since before 1830." Typescript in North Carolina Collection. C027.7 N87ub2

46. Bahnsen, Jane Cutler. "Collections in the University of North Carolina Libraries before1830." College and Research Libraries 20 (1959): 125-29. Cp027.7 N87u52

47. Bahnsen, Jane Cutler, comp. "Donors to the University of North Carolina Libraries before 1830." Typescript in North Carolina Collection. C027.7 N87ud1

48. Baker, Mary Layne. "The Sky's the Limit: The University of North Carolina and the Chapel Hill Community's Response to the Establishment of the U.S. Naval Pre-Flight School during World War II." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1980. C378 UO2 1980

49. Barksdale, Marcellus Chandler. "Indigenous Civil Rights Movement and Cultural Change in North Carolina: Weldon, Chapel Hill, and Monroe: 1946-1965." Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, 1977. Some on UNC; mostly, however, shows civil rights movement in Chapel Hill before students and faculty became involved. C326 B25i

50. Barrett, John G. Sherman's March through the Carolinas. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1956. Chapter on Chapel Hill and UNC. Based on 1953 UNC dissertation. C970.73 B27s

51. Barrier, Henry Smith. On Carolina's Gridiron: A History of Football at the University of North Carolina. Durham: Seeman Printery, 1937. C378 UZ

52. Bartholomew, Robert. "Books by Photo." The State 27 (Aug. 8, 1959): 15-16. On UNC Library's Photographic Services. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

53. Battle, Kemp Plummer. An Address on the History of the Buildings of the University of North Carolina. Greensboro: Thomas, Reece & Co. "Delivered on University Day, 1883." Also in University Magazine 3 (1883): 71-89. C378 UW7

54. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "The Beginnings of the University." University Record 6 (1900-1): 26-27. C378 UJ1

55. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "David Lowry Swain." North Carolina Journal of Education 3 (Sept. 1899): 27-30. C370.5 N86j

56. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "Dr. David Ker and His Teacher Descendants." North Carolina Journal of Education 2 (June 1899): 24-25. C370.5 N86j

57. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "The Dromgoole Myth." North Carolina University Magazine 14 (1894-95): 96-98. C378 UQm

58. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "Hinton James: The First Student of the University of North Carolina." North Carolina University Magazine 7 (1887-88): 1-6. Extract from an address delivered on University Day, 1880. C378 UQm

59. Battle, Kemp Plummer. History of the University of North Carolina. Raleigh: Edwards and Broughton, 1907-12. The standard work, in two volumes. C378 UE1

60. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "Lives of the University Presidents." Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (1898-1900): 400-426. C379 N87p

61. Battle, Kemp Plummer. Memories of an Old-Time Tar Heel. Edited by William James Battle. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1945. Several chapters are on UNC, including some stories he omitted from his History for various reasons. CB B33b

62. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "The Opening of the University, January 15, 1795." North Carolina University Magazine 15 (1897-98): 22-28. Describes the early students. C378 UQm

63. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "Recollections of the University of North Carolina of 1844." North Carolina University Magazine 13 (1893-94): 289-318. Cp378 UE43

64. Battle, Kemp Plummer. Sketches of the History of the University of North Carolina. Together with a Catalogue of Officers and Students. 1789-1889. Chapel Hill: The University, 1889. C378 UE2

65. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "Struggle and Story of the Re-Birth of the University." North Carolina University Magazine 17 (1899-1900): 303-21. The re-opening of the University in the 1870s. Later reprinted, with same title, in University Record , n.s., 1 (1901-2): 3-17. Cp378 UE15

66. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "The Two Caldwell Monuments on the Campus of the University of North Carolina." University of North Carolina Magazine 20 (1902-3): 101-110. A history of the campus monuments to Joseph Caldwell. CpB C143b

67. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "War Clouds over the Campus, '61, '98, '17." University of North Carolina Magazine 35 (1917-18): 104-5. Briefly compares UNC in the three wars. C378 UQm

68. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "Wm. A. Graham at the University." North Carolina Review (Feb. 1910): 5. C071 N868

69. Battle, Kemp Plummer. "Wilson Caldwell." North Carolina University Magazine 14 (1894­ 95): 313-19. On UNC's janitor. C378 UQm

70. Battle, Richard H. "Memoir of Rev. Charles Phillips, D.D., LL.D." North Carolina University Magazine 10 (1890-91): 1-30. Lengthy sketch of Phillips and his contributions to UNC. CpB P55b8

71. Battle, William H. Address Delivered before the Two Literary Societies of the University of North Carolina. June 1st. 1865. Raleigh: Wm. B. Smith, 1866. Brief history of UNC. C378 UK3 1865b

72. The Battle Book: A Genealogy of the Battle Family. with Chapters illustrating Certain Parts of Their History. Montgomery, Ala.: Paragon Press, 1930. On a leading UNC family. C929.2 B33b

73. Beebe, George A. "150 Years of History in the University of North Carolina, 1795-1945." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1946. C378 UO2 1946

74. Bello, Thomas M. "The Student Strike at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill . (May 1970): An Eyewitness Historical Memoir. " Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1971. C378 UO7 1971

75. Ben, Philip L., ed. Tar Heel Tradition: 100 Years of Sports at Carolina. Chapel Hill: Jonashmark Publishers, 1988. Mainly pictorial. C378 UZa10

76. Berryhill, W. Reece, William B. Blythe, and Isaac H. Manning. Medical Education at Chapel Hill: The First Hundred Years. Chapel Hill: School of Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1979. C378 UZm10

77. "Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets, Catalogs and Articles Relating to the History of Schools, Departments and Units at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." Chapel Hill: The Office, 1989. Cp378 UE101

78. "The Bicentennial of a Constitution and the University of North Carolina." Carolina Alumni Review 75 (Summer 1987):34-35. General observations on the Founding Fathers. C378 UT2

79. Biemiller, Lawrence. "At 2 North Carolina Institutions, Rich Architectural Legacies." Chronicle of Higher Education 35 (Sept. 7, 1988):B3-B5. UNC and Davidson College each has the work of architect Alexander Jackson Davis.

80. Bingham, Robert. The Fifty Years between 1857 and 1907. and Beyond. [N.p., n.d.] Address on 50th anniversary of graduation of class of 1857, describes changes in UNC and the nation. C378 UK2

81. Bishop, Don. "Gold in Our Campus Dirt." Carolina Magazine 70 (March 1941): 8-10, 32. On recent campus politics. C378 UQm 1921-1948

82. Bishop, Don. "Tom Wolfe as a Student." Carolina Magazine (March 1942):28-29, 35, 47-­48. C378 UQm 1921-1948

83. Blackmar, Frank W. The History of Federal and State Aid to Higher Education in the United States. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1890. A short chapter on UNC. Cp378.9 B62h

84. Blackwelder, Ruth. The Age of Orange: Political and Intellectual Leadership in North Carolina. 1752-1861. Charlotte: William Loftin, 1961. Several pages on UNC and its role in the county. C971.68 B63a

85. Bledsoe, Taylor. "Frame-Ups and Fights: Some Recollections of Campus Politics, 1922-­1929." Carolina Magazine 65 (Jan. 1936):2-5; 65 (Feb. 1936):12-15; 65 (March 1936): 18-21. The third part is entitled: "The Place of Campus Politics." C378 UQm

86. Bondurant, William, Richard Gift, Louise Nelson, Brown Patterson, Philip Secor, and Locke White. "The North Carolina Speaker Ban Law: A Study in Context." Kentucky Law Journal 55 (1966-67):225-49. Cp378.9 B71n1

87. Books from Chapel Hill: A Complete Catalogue. 1923-1945. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1946. On the University of North Carolina Press; includes some history. C378 UE17

88. Bowes, Watson A., Jr. "Nancy Rhoden: Bridging the Disciplines of Law, Medicine, and Ethics." North Carolina Law Review 68 (June 1990):841-842. Biographical memorial on the occasion of Professor of Law Nancy Rhoden's death in October 1989. C347.05 N87Lr

89. Boyd, Catherine. "The Co-Ed and Athletics." Carolina Magazine 40 (May-June 1923): 16. Brief history of coed athletics at UNC. C378 UQm 1921-1948

90. Brabham, Robin. "Defining the American University: The University of North Carolina, 1865-1875." North Carolina Historical Review 57 (1980):427-55. Cp970 N87hi v. 57 no. 4

91. Brabham, Robert F. "Search for a Purpose: The University of North Carolina, 1875-1891." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1977. C378 UO2 1977

92. Bradshaw, F. F. "The Teacher." Carolina Magazine 70 (Jan. 1941):5-7,29. On Horace Williams. CpB W72b

93. Bradshaw, Francis. "Student Government at Carolina since the War." Carolina Magazine 41 (Oct. 1923): 17-19. Student government since World War I. C378 UQm 1921-1948

94. Brandis, Martha Miller. "History of the University of North Carolina Magazine, 1844-1948." M.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1964. C378 UO2 1964

95. Branson, Lanier. Eugene Cunningham Branson. Humanitarian. Charlotte: Heritage Printers, 1967. CB B821b

96. Bratton, Mary Jo Jackson. "Cradled in Conflict: Origins of East Carolina University." North Carolina Historical Review 63 (1986):74-103. Some on UNC. Cp970 N87hi v. 63 no. 1

97. Brazil, Wayne D. "Howard W. Odum: The Building Years, 1884-1930." Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University, 1975. CB O27b

98. Brewer, F. P. Memoir of Hon. David Lowry Swain. Boston: Clapp, 1870. CpB S971b

99. Brigman, Brian, Kevin Cherry, and John Jaynes. "The Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies: Virtus, Libertas et Scientia, 1795." Chapel Hill: The Societies, 1988. Informational and historical brochure about the Societies. Cp378 UR81

100. Broun, Kenneth S. "Henry P. Brandis, Jr." North Carolina Law Review 67 (June 1989): 1019-1020. Memorial to Professor of Law Henry P. Brandis, Jr. C347.05 N87Lr

101. Broussard, James H. "The North Carolina Federalists, 1800-1816." North Carolina Historical Review 55 (1978): 18-39. Ends with discussion of Federalists' role in early development of UNC. Part of author's larger The Southern Federalists. 1800-1816 . Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1978. Cp970 N87hi v. 55 no. 1

102. Brown, L. A. "Journalism in the University." University of North Carolina Magazine 27(May 1910):27-35. History of various publications of UNC. C378 UQm

103. Brown, Sally Virginia. "A Study of the Reception of the Books Published by the University of North Carolina Press from 1922 through 1952 as Evidenced in Reviews." M.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1961. C378 UO2 1961

104. "The Buccaneer Issue." Alumni Review 28 (1939-40):87. Explains controversy over Buccaneer (humor magazine)--an entire issue (Nov. 1939) was deemed so offensive that it was destroyed. C378 UT2

105. Bursey, Maurice. "Science at the University a Hundred Years Ago." Kemp Plummer Battle Lecture to the Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies, October 3, 1991. C378 UK3 1990

106. Bursey, Maurice J. Francis Preston Venable of the University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill: Chapel Hill Historical Society, 1989. CB V448b

107. Bursey, Maurice M. Carolina Chemists: Sketches from Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill: Department of Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1982. Contains history of Chemistry Department, including a good sketch on Francis P. Venable. C378 UF2

108. Bushong, William B. "A. G. Bauer, North Carolina's New South Architect." North Carolina Historical Review 60 (1983):304-31. Bauer designed the old Memorial Hall. Cp970 N87hi V. 60 no. 3

109. Bye, Arthur E. "Portraits Introduce Restorer to Chapel Hill." Alumni Review 32 (1943-44):95-98. Bye was hired to restore oil paintings on the campus. Here he uses these portraits to tell general UNC history. C378 UT2

110. Byrd, Robert. "Henry P. Brandis, Jr." North Carolina Law Review 67 (June 1989): 1013­-1014. Memorial to Professor of Law Henry P. Brandis, Jr. C347.05 N87Lr

111. Caldwell, Edward E. "Notes on the Influence of Freemasonry on the Founding of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Its Early Buildings." Typescript in North Carolina Collection. Cp378 UW75

112. Caldwell, Joseph. "Autobiography of Rev. Joseph Caldwell, D.D., First President of the University of North Carolina." North Carolina University Magazine 9 (1859-60): 1­25, 65-93. Mostly on Caldwell's pre-UNC days. This was also published as a pamphlet under title: Autobiography and Biography of Rev. Joseph Caldwell. Chapel Hill: J. B. Neathery, 1860. CB C147c

113. Caldwell, Wallace E. "The Humanities at the University of North Carolina, 1795-1945: A Historical Survey." In A State University Surveys the Humanities. Edited by Loren C. Mackinney, Nicholson B. Adams, and Harry K. Russell. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1945. C378 UE8

114. Califano, Joseph A. Governing America: An Insider's Report from the White House and the Cabinet. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1981. Describes the HEW desegregation case. C378.1 C15g

115. Camp, Cordelia. David Lowry Swain: Governor and University President. Asheville: Stephens Press, 1963. Written for 7th and 8th grade students; a few pages on Swain at UNC. CB S972c

116. Campbell, Sarah West. "50-Year Classmates Recall Three Meals for a Dollar. . . Unlimited Parking. . . Medical Lab Martinis." Alumni Review 70 (April 1982): 10-11. C378 UT2

117. "Can You Answer These Questions?" Alumni Review 26 (1937-38):234, 237. Quiz, includes some history questions. C378 UT2

118. Canada, J. W. Life at Eighty: Memories and Comments by a Tarheel in Texas. La Porte, Tex.: the Author, 1952. Several short chapters (some 40 pages total) on UNC in the 1880s. CB C22c

119. Capel, Tom. "A Catalogue Examination: Ask Me Another?" Carolina Magazine 58 (Oct.. 1927):22-26. A quiz on UNC, including many historical questions. C378 UQm 1921-1948

120. Carmichael, Billy. "Gordon Gray Comes Home." The State 18 (Oct. 14, 1950):3-7. On Gray's inauguration. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

121. "Carolina Fight Song Authors Are Honored." Alumni Review 61 (Jan. 1973):6-9. Describes several school songs and their history. C378 UT2

122. "Carolina's Distinguished Alumni." Alumni Review 58 (Feb. 1970):16-17. Alumni who became top national government executives. C378 UT2

123. "Carolina: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." 1990. Informational packet sent with application for admission to prospective students.

124. Caso, Constance L. "A History of the Physical Education Activities Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1950 to 1983." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988. C378 UO2 1988

125. Chamberlain, Hope Summerell. "Life Story of Elisha Mitchell, D.D., 1793-1857." Typescript in North Carolina Collection. CB M68c

126. Chamberlain, Hope Summerell. Old Days in Chapel Hill: Being the Life and Letters of Cornelia Phillips Spencer. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1926. CRB S745c

127. Chambers, William N. "As the Twig Is Bent: The Family and the North Carolina Years of Thomas Hart Benton, 1752-1801." North Carolina Historical Review 26 (1949):385-416. Describes Benton's days at UNC; he was kicked out for petty thievery. Cp970 N87hi v. 26 no.4

128. "Chancellor House Nears Four Score Milestone Age in Chapel Hill." Alumni Review 60 (March 1972):4-6. Includes a number of House's reminiscences. C378 UT2

129. "Chancellor Looks at Past, Future." Alumni Review 66 (May 1978): 14-15. Ferebee Taylor looks at his administration. C378 UT2

130. Chancellor's Committee on Community and Diversity. "Final Report." The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: The Committee, 1991. Cp378 UC100

131. Chansky, Art. "UNC's Straight-Arrow Man: John Swofford, '71." Carolina Alumni Review 74 (Spring 1986):21-24. On Swofford's contributions to UNC as athletic director. C378 UT2

132. Chase, Harry W. "The University: An Interpretation." University Record , no. 213 (Oct. 1924). C378 UJ1

133. Chase, Harry W. "University Attained Eminence before Civil War." Alumni Review 14 (1925-26):41-42. Chase's statement opening the semi-centennial celebration in 1925. Actually, most is on UNC after the war. C378 UT2

134. Chase, Harry W. "The University's Intellectual Responsibility." University Record , no. 213 (Oct. 1924). Little on UNC specifically. C378 UJ1

135. Cheatham, Cindy. "Theology as Roots for a Life of Social Action: the Journey of Anne Queen." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991. Queen directed the campus YMCA-YWCA for nineteen years. C378 UO7

136. Cheek, Neal King. "An Historical Study of the Administrative Actions in the Racial Desegregation of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1930-1955." Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1973. C378 UO2 1973

137. Cheshire, J. B., Jr. "Richard Henry Battle, '54." Alumni Review 1 (1912-13):42-43. Discusses Battle's contributions to UNC as a trustee. C378 UT2

138. Clontz, Ann C. "Fordham's Tenure as Chancellor of UNC-CH Highlighted by Public School Programs." Popular Government 54 (Summer 1988):47-48. C347.05 P83

139. Clymer, Benjamin Franklin. "The History of the Division of Health Affairs Library at the University of North Carolina." M.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1960. C378 UO2 1960

140. Coates, Albert. Address Delivered before the Two Literary Societies of the University of North Carolina . February 19th. 1976. Chapel Hill: Denzel R. Craft, 1976. History of the Societies, with emphasis on their resurgence in the 1970s. C378 UK3 1976

141. Coates, Albert. "A Century of Legal Education." North Carolina Law Review 24 (1945­-46):307-401. Much on UNC Law School. C347.05 N87Lr

142. Coates, Albert. Edward Kidder Graham, Harry Woodburn Chase, and Frank Porter Graham. Chapel Hill: The Author, 1988. C378 UE48

143. Coates, Albert. "Edward Kidder Graham, Harry Woodburn Chase, Frank Porter Graham: Three Men in the Transition of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from a Small College to a Great University." Chapel Hill: Albert Coates, 1988. C378 UE48

144. Coates, Albert. "Fifteen Years of Law School Deaning." Tar Heel Barrister (1964), Special Issue. On Henry Brandis; good section on Brandis's civil rights views. FC378 UZL

145. Coates, Albert. "Greetings to First-Year Law Students at the Beginning of the Academic Year 1984." Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1984. Cp378 UZLa13

146. Coates, Albert. "L.R. Wilson--'99 at 99." Alumni Review 64 (Jan. 1966):10-11. On Wilson's contributions to UNC. C378 UT2

147. Coates, Albert. "North Carolina, the University of North Carolina and the Role of Law: Rooted in the Bill of Rights." Address celebrating Law Day, May 1, 1975; tells anecdotes of alumni and history of University and Bill of Rights. Cp378 UE106

148. Coates, Albert. The Phi Beta Kappa Society in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. [N.p., n.d.] Address delivered Dec. 1979. Brief history of Phi Beta Kappa at UNC with a number of personal reminiscences. Cp378 UK40

149. Coates, Albert. The Story of the Institute of Government, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, 1981. C378 UE45

150. Coates, Albert. "The Story of the Law School at the University of North Carolina." North Carolina Law Review 47 (1968-69):[special issue, Oct. 1968]. C347.05 N87Lr

151. Coates, Albert. "Tom Wolfe As I Remember Him: A Very Personal Recollection." Alumni Review 64 (Nov. 1975):[8 pg. supplement between pp. 12 and 13]. Describes Wolfe's University days. C378 UT2

152. Coates, Albert. "The University in War Time." University of North Carolina Magazine 35 (1917-18):106-11. Describes role of UNC in World War 1. C378 UQm

153. Coates, Albert. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: A Magic Gulf Stream in the Life of North Carolina. [N.p., n.d.] Speech to the Order of the Tar Heel One Hundred, May 6, 1977; a brief history of UNC with several interesting points of analysis. C378 UK3 1977

154. Coates, Albert. What the University of North Carolina Means to Me: A Report to the Chancellors and Presidents and to the People with Whom I Have Lived and Worked from 1914 to 1969. Richmond, Va.: William Byrd Press, 1969. Autobiographical. CB C652c

155. Coates, Albert. "William Brantley Aycock." Alumni Review 45 (1956-57):xix-xxi [in supplement between pp. 222 and 223]. Reprinted from Popular Government . C378 UT2

156. Coates, Albert. "William Clyde Friday." Alumni Review 45 (1956-57):iii-v [in supplement between pp. 222 and 223]. Reprinted from Popular Government . C378 UT2

157. Coates, Albert, and Gladys Hall Coates. The Story of Student Government in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill: the Authors, 1985. C378 US9

158. Coates, Gladys Hall. The Albert Coates I Know. North Caroliniana Society Imprints, no. 3. Chapel Hill: North Caroliniana Society, 1979. Reprinted in 1980 as Fifty Years with Albert Coates. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1980. C906 N87s no . 3

159. Cobb, Collier. "Kemp Plummer Battle." Alumni Review 7 (1918-19): 139-41. Sketch of Battle's life, written at his death. See also Cobb's "Kemp Plummer Battle, 1831­-1919." The Magazine 36 (1918-19):59-60. C378 UT2

160. Cobb, Collier. "Mrs. Cornelia Phillips Spencer." University of North Carolina Magazine 25 (1907-8):261-69. On the relationship of Mrs. Spencer and her family to the University. C378 UQm

161. Cobb, Collier. "Mrs. Laura Caroline Battle Phillips." The Magazine 37 (1919-20):8-13. Biographical sketch of a member of one of Chapel Hill's (and UNC's) leading families. C378 UQm

162. The Code of Permanent Laws of the Student Government of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (Edition of 1 March 1989) Chapel Hill: Office of the Secretary of the Student Body, 1989. Cp378 US75 1989

163. Coffin, James P. "Chapel Hill at the Close of the Civil War." North Carolina University Magazine 18 (1900-1):272-5. Reprints letter to Richard H. Battle (1865) describing troops in Chapel Hill for a few days at the end of the war. C378 UQm

164. Coker, W. C. "Our Campus." University of North Carolina Magazine 33 (1915-16):173-6. Admires many features of the campus, but calls "the lack of a comprehensive and dignified plan for the entire University" one of "the most serious defects of our campus." See also Coker's article with same title in Alumni Review 4 (1915­16): 154-55. C378 UQm

165. Come, Donald Robert. "The Influence of Princeton on Higher Education in the South before 1825." William and Mary Ouarterly, 3rd ser., 2 (1945):359-96. One section (about 10 p.) on UNC.

166. "Commencement Exercises ." North Carolina University Magazine 9 (1859-60): 105-8. Description of 1859 commencement exercises, containing remarks of President James Buchanan's speech. (Buchanan was a guest at commencement.) C378 UQm

167. Connor, R. D. W. Ante-bellum Builders of North Carolina. Greensboro: North Carolina State Normal & Industrial College, 1914. Includes sketches of David Lowry Swain and John Motley Morehead. CBo C75a

168. Connor, R. D. W. "Carolina in the Civil War." Alumni Review 6 (1917-18):204-6. Excerpts from a speech. C378 UT2

169. Connor, R. D. W. "Connor Address Is Brief University History." Alumni Review 35 (1946-47):245-50. Reprint of a speech (originally titled "A State Experiment in Higher Education") delivered before the student body. C378 UT2

170. Connor, R. D. W. "Edward Kidder Graham." In Southern Pioneers in Social Interpretation, pp. 205-21. Edited by Howard W. Odum. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1925. CRBo O27s

171. Connor, R. D. W. "The Genesis of Higher Education in North Carolina." North Carolina Historical Review 28 (1951): 1-14. Presidential address to the Historical Society of North Carolina, 1949. Cp970 n87hi v . 28 no. 1

172. Connor, R. D. W. "The Historic University, 1795-1945." Alumni Review 29 (1940­ 41):264-66. Address delivered before Alumni Association. C378 UT2

173. Connor, R. D. W. "Morehead Is Illustrious in State History." Alumni Review 14 (1925­-26):41-42. On John Motley Morehead. C378 UT2

174. Connor, R. D. W. "University Men of the Sixties." North Carolina Review (May 1911): 12. University students and alumni in the Civil War. FC071 N868

175. Connor, R. D. W., Louis R. Wilson, and Hugh T. Lefler. A Documentary History of the University of North Carolina. 1776-1799. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1953. Over 400 documents in 2 vols. dealing with UNC's early years. CR 378 UE25

176. "The Consolidation Issue." Alumni Review 44 (1955-56):120-22. Arguments pro and con on the question of whether to "deconsolidate" the University. C378 UT2

177. Coolidge, Jane Toy. Growing Up in Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill: Chapel Hill Historical Society, 1977. Some on UNC. CB C775c

178. Corbitt, D. L., ed. "Historical Notes." North Carolina Historical Review 3 (1926):363-74. Reprints several documents relating to early UNC history. C970 n87hi v. 3 no.4

179. Cotten, Bruce. "Peter Dromgoole: In Which Much Light Is Thrown on an Interesting Tradition." Carolina Magazine 55 (Nov. 1924):5-9. C378 UQm 1921-1948

180. Couch, William T. "Bookmaking in Chapel Hill Has Its Troubles." Alumni Review 16 (1927-28):237-38, 243. History and current status of the University of North Carolina Press. C378 UT2

181. Couch, William T. "Twenty Years of Southern Publishing." Virginia Ouarterly Review 26 (1950): 171-85. Contains information on the University of North Carolina Press.

182. Coulter, E. Merton. College Life in the Old South. New York: Macmillan, 1928. 2nd ed., Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1951. Almost completely on the University of Georgia, but Coulter says it was representative. C378 UE49

183. Coulter, E. Merton. "Early Life and Regulations at the University of North Carolina." University of North Carolina Magazine 29 (Feb. 1912):9-13. C378 UQm

184. Coulter, William Robert. History of the Golden Fleece. 1903-1950. Chapel Hill, [1950]. On the Order of the Golden Fleece.

185. Cox, Monty Woodall. "Freedom during the Fremont Campaign: The Fate of One North Carolina Republican in 1856." North Carolina Historical Review 45 (1968):357-83. On Benjamin S. Hedrick. C970 n87hi v. 45 no. 4

186. Cox, William Edward. "The Philanthropic Literary Society." North Carolina University Magazine 16 (1898-99):100-1. Includes a brief history of the Society. C378 UQm

187. Cox, William E. "A Self-Help Student of the 90's Reminisces." Alumni Review 31 (1942­ 43):95-97. Describes campus life of the 1890s. C378 UT2

188. Cranford, H. C. "The Carolina Magazine." The State 10 (ApriI 24, 1943):8-9,29. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

189. Cranford, H. C. "Century in Review." Carolina Magazine (April 1943): 6, 44. A brief look at 100 years of the University Magazine . This is the introduction to the magazine's centennial issue. C378 UQm 1921-1948

190. Cranford, H. C. "Dromgoole and Gimghoul." The State 10 (Feb. 6, 1943):6-7,24. On Peter Dromgoole, Gimghoul Castle, and the Order of the Gimghoul. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

191. Cranford, H. C. "Old Laws at the University." The State 10 (May 15,1943):1, 24. Student regulations passed in 1857. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

192. Creecy, R. B. "University Days Seventy Years Ago." University of North Carolina Magazine 20 (1902-3):89-96. Teachers, students, and college life at UNC in the 1830s. Also see Creecy's "More University Days Seventy Years Ago." Ibid ., 20 (1902-3):277-82. C378 UQm

193. Crellin, John. Pharmacy: Educating a Profession. 1880-1980. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1988.

194. Crockford, Horace Downs. "Chemistry Facilities over the Years at the University of North Carolina." Typescript in North Carolina Collection.

195. Cross, Winfred B. "The Consent Decree Five Years Later: Have the Goals Been Met?" M.A. thesis: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1986. C378 UO2 1986

196. Crumpler, Helen W. "University News Bureau History." Typescript, c. 1987.

197. Culp, Mary Marshall Rand. "Continuing Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: A Retrospective." 1991. History of continuing education at the University, written upon the opening of the William and Ida Friday Continuing Education Center. Cp378 UZe12

198. Daly, David. One To Remember: the 1982 North Carolina Tar Heels NCAA Championship Team. Then and Now. Asheboro, N.C.: Down Home Press, 1991. Biographical Sketches of 1982 Championship Basketball Team. FC378 UZa6

199. Daniel, Carolyn Andrews. "David Lowry Swain, 1801-1835." Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina, 1954. Ends when Swain went to UNC. C378 UO2 1954

200. Daniel, James. "Of Time and the Magazine." Carolina Magazine 66 (Dec. 1936):4-5. Historical sketch of the University Magazine . C378 UQm 1921-1948

201. Daniels, Jim. "Robbins Fowler: A Student in Revolt." Carolina Magazine 64 (Dec. 1934):8-10. On Fowler's days at UNC, particularly his joumalism career. C378 UQm 1921-1948

202. Daniels, Jonathan. Tar Heels: A Portrait of North Carolina. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1941. Contains a chapter on UNC around 1940. C917 D18t

203. Daniels, Josephus. Editor in Politics. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1941. Some on UNC in 1890s, especially the fight over state appropriations. CB D186d2

204. Daniels, Josephus. Tar Heel Editor. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1939. A good bit on UNC, especially in the 1880s. CB D186d1

205. "Date of First Master's degree at UNC is Placed at 1884." Alumni Review 58 (April 1970): 11. C378 UT2

206. "David Ker, D.D.: The First Acting President of the University of North Carolina." University Record 5 (1899-1900): 17-19. C378 UJ1

207. "Davie Poplar, Jr., Planted." Alumni Review 6 (1917-18): 181-82. Includes historical sketch of the original Davie Poplar. C378 UT2

208. Davis, David Kenneth. "Growing Pains: The University of North Carolina's Architecture Stands Trial." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1985.

209. Davis, Lambert. "North Carolina and Its University Press." North Carolina Historical Review 43 (1966): 149-56. Much historical information. Cp970 N87hi v.43 no.2

210. Davis, Matthew. "At the President's Right Hand: C. Boyden Gray '67 Has Been Called 'One of the Most Powerful Men in the Nation's Capital'." Carolina Alumni Review 80 (Fall 1991):50-54. C378 UT2

211. Dean, Earl. "Dr. Chapman at the University." The State 18 (Sept. 9,1950):6, 22. On Robert H. Chapman. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

212. Dean, Earl. "Early Co-eds at Chapel Hill." The State 16 (April 16, 1949):4. Brief and superficial. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

213. Dean, Earl. "Social Clubs at Chapel Hill." The State 18 (Sept. 23, 1950):6, 20. From about 1895 to 1910. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

214. Dean, Pamela. Women on the Hill: A History of Women at the University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, 1987. Cp378 US72

215. Demerath, Nicholas J., Richard W. Stephens, and R. Robb Taylor. Power, Presidents, And Professors. New York: Basic Books, 1967. On university administration management, uses UNC as case study. Especially good for years 1956-1960. C378 UE32

216. "The Demonstrators: Ten Years Later." Alumni Review 63 (Nov. 1974):14-17. On the civil rights demonstrators at UNC in the 1960s. C378 UT2

217. Denny, Floyd W. The Growth and Development of Pediatrics in North Carolina and at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1987. Cp610.4 N842n 1987

218. Dentler, Robert A., D. Catherine Battzell, and Daniel J. Sullivan. University on Trial: The Case of the University of North Carolina. Cambridge, Mass.: Abt Books, 1983. On UNC's case with HEW over desegregation. C378.1 D41u

219. Dialectic Society. Catalogue of Books Belonging to the Dialectic Society. Published several times in the 19th century; title varied slightly. See online catalog for call number.

220. Dialectic Society. Catalogue of the Members of the Dialectic Society. Published several times in the 19th century; title varied slightly. See online catalog for call number.

221. Donald, David Herbert. Look Homeward: A Life of Thomas Wolfe. Boston: Little, Brown, 1987. A chapter on Wolfe at UNC. CB W855d8

222. "Donors of the University Site." North Carolina University Magazine 5 (1885-86):346-49.Brief sketches of the donors. C378 UQm

223. "Dr. Caldwell and Our University." North Carolina University Magazine 9 (1859-60):395­407. Based on Walker Anderson's 1835 oration, "The Life and Character of Dr. Caldwell. " C378 UQm

224. Drake, William E. "Benjamin Franklin and the University of North Carolina." High School Journal 12 (Feb. 1929):68-76.

225. Drake, William E. Higher Education in North Carolina before 1860. New York: Carlton, 1964. Revision of a 1930 UNC dissertation with same title, has two chapters on UNC, plus several on related topics. C370.9 D76h

226. "[Dress Code]" North Carolina University Magazine 4 (1858):94-95. An untitled reprint from a Raleigh newspaper of 1828 containing a dress code adopted by the Board of Trustees for UNC in that year. C378 UQm

227. Duls, Henry D. "History of Baseball at Carolina: Thirty Years of lntercollegiate Baseball, 1892 Through 1922." Carolina Magazine 40 (May-June 1923):3-5. C378 UQm 1921-1948

228. Duls, Henry D. "R. D. W. Connor, '99." Carolina Magazine 40 (Nov. 1922):16-17. Partly on Connor's associations with and contributions to UNC. C378 UQm 1921-1948

229. Durden, Robert F. "One Recumbent Too Many: Duke University and the Ackland Art Museum." North Carolina Historical Review 65 (1988):445-468. Cp970 N87hi v. 65 no. 4

230. Eaton, Clement. "Edwin A. Alderman: Liberal of the New South." North Carolina Historical Review 23 (1946):206-21. On Alderman's contributions to public schools: and UNC.

231. Eaton, Clement. "Student Days with Thomas Wolfe." Georgia Review 17 (1963): 146-55. Wolfe's days at UNC and Harvard by one who was a fellow student at both.

232. The Educational Foundation. Inc.: 50 Years. 1938-1988. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1988. Contains a brief history of the Foundation.

233. "Edward Kidder Graham." Alumni Review 7 (1918-1919):34-35. Written at his death.

234. Egerton, John. "Adams v. Richardson: Can Separate Be Equal?" Change 6 (Dec.-Jan. 1974/75):29-36. Overview of issues in HEWs desegregation suit.

235. Ehle, John. The Free Men. New York: Harper & Row, 1965. On Chapel Hill's civil rights demonstrations of 1963-64; much on UNC.

236. Eller, E. P. "Our Retiring President--K. P. Battle." North Carolina University Magazine 10 (1890-91):265-68. Brief look at Battle's accomplishments.

237. Eller, Thomas R., Jr. Student Control: The University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill 1949. [N.p.], 1949. A history of student government at UNC to 1949.

238. Elliott, Lucile. "History of the Law Library." North Carolina Law Review 24 (1945­ 46):402-13. C347.05 N87Lr

239. Emery, Sarah Watson. Blood on the Old Well. Dallas, Tex.: Prospect House, 1963. Conservative critique of UNC in the early 1960s.

240. Emken, Judy. "Cornelia Phillips Spencer: An Influential Nineteenth Century Woman. " Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1980.

241. Evans, Kelly D. "The University's Unknown Memorial." The State 37 (Oct. 1, 1969): 13­ 14. On statue of Stephen Langston near Person Hall. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

242. Evans, Eli N. The Provincials: A Personal History of Jews in the South. New York: Atheneum, 1973. Several autobiographical chapters treat the author's life as a student at UNC in the late 1950s.

243. Falconer, Karen Frances. "Perception of Campus Landscapes and Fear of Sexual Assault: Effects on Female Undergraduate Travel Behavior at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989.

244. Farmer, Fannie Memory. "Legal Education in North Carolina, 1820-1860." North Carolina Historical Review 28 (1951):271-97. Some pages on UNC.

245. Fesperson, Dan. "Flinging Down the Tablets." Carolina Alumni Review 73 (Winter 1985):8-11, 30. On Jim Shumaker and his contributions to UNC. C378 UT2

246.Fields, William. "Of Brick and Stone." Carolina Magazine 66 (Nov. 1936): 17-20. History and description of campus buildings. C378 UQm 1921-1948

247. Fiftieth Anniversary. School of Library Science . Chapel Hill: Friends of the Library, 1982.

248. Fiftieth Anniversary. Southern Historical Collection. Chapel Hill: Friends of the Library, 1981. A special issue of The Bookmark; has addresses by Carolyn A. Wallace, Arthur S. Link, C. Vann Woodward, and J. Carlyle Sitterson.

249. "50 Years of Change and Challenge, 1940-1990." Chapel Hill: UNC School of Public Health, 1989 or 1990.

250. Fimrite, Ron. "A Long Locomotive for Choo-Choo." Alumni Review 61 (Nov. 1973):20­22. On Charlie Justice, football standout; reprinted from Sports Illustrated .

251. "The First Number of the University Magazine." University of North Carolina Magazine 20 (1902-3):397-401.

252. Fishman, George. "History of Operations Research at UNC-CH." Typescript, c. 1989.

253. Fitzgerald, Gayle Lane. "The School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Pioneers Who Built It." Raleigh: G. L. Fitzgerald, 1991.

254. Flagler, Bunky. "The Happy Transition from Editor Royster to Professor Royster." Alumni Review 62 (Jan. 1974): 10-13. On Vermont Royster.

255. Floren, Gillian Dae. "Speaking Freely: UNC-CH Administrators Respond to Freedom of Expression. 1963-1970" M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989.

256. Floyd, Lorton Herbert. "Some Presbyterian Contributions to Education in North Carolina." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1932. Contains one chapter on UNC.

257. Fordham, Christopher C. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: The First State University. New York: Newcomen Society of the United States, 1985. Address delivered at 1985 N.C. meeting of Newcomen Society.

258. Fordham, Jeff. Student Government at the University of North Carolina. N.p., 1927. Small volume, mainly historical.

259. Fordham, Jefferson B. "History of Student Government Is Traced." Alumni Review 16 (1927-28):202-3, 209.

260. "Foundation of the University." North Carolina University Magazine 1 (1852):2-5. Reprints letters from William R. Davie concerning laying of UNC's cornerstone.

261. "Four University Administrations." University of North Carolina Record, no. 214 (November 1924). On administrations of Battle, Winston, Alderman, and Venable.

262. "Francis Preston Venable, Ph.D.--A Brief Sketch." North Carolina University Magazine 18 (1900-1): 1-5.

263. "Frank Porter Graham, Oct. 14, 1886-Feb. 16, 1972: In Memoriam." Alumni Review 60 (March 1970):[8] p. supplement between pp. 12 and 13.

264. "The Frank Porter Graham Distinguished Professorship in History." 1990. Information on the creation of the professorship and instructions for how to make contributions.

265.Freeman, Mickey. "Institute of Government Summer Internship Program." Popular Government 54 (Winter 1989):17-22.

266. "From South to South in Twenty-Five Years." Alumni Review 15 (1926-27): 11. History of South Building.

267. Fuller, Henry. "Among the Racqueteers." Carolina Magazine 40 (May-June 1923): 14-16. History of tennis at UNC. C378 UQm 1921-1948

268. Fuller, Henry R. "Taking the University to the State." Carolina Magazine 41 (Feb. 1924):29-32. History and current status of the Extension Division. C378 UQm 1921-1948

269. Fuller, R. M. "On the Cinderpath." Carolina Magazine 40 (May-June 1923):13-14. History of track at UNC. C378 UQm 1921-1948

270. Fuller, Walter P. "The Old Familiar Cycle." University of North Carolina Magazine 31 (1913-14):8-16. On the history of the Tar Heel (student newspaper).

271. Fuller, Walter P. "The Societies--Overgrown or Outgrown." University of North Carolina Magazine 32 (1914-1915):15-23. History of the Di and Phi (literary societies).

272. Gardner, John William. "In Behalf of a Troubled Nation." University Day Convocation, UNC-Chapel Hill, Oct. 12, 1967.

273. Gass, W. Conard. "A Felicitous Life: Lucy Martin Battle, 1805-1874." North Carolina Historical Review 52 (1975):367-93. On an important UNC family.

274. Gass, W. Conard. "Kemp Plummer Battle and the Development of Historical Instruction at the University of North Carolina." North Carolina Historical Review 45 (1968): 1­22.

275. Gatewood, Willard B., Jr. Preachers, Pedagogues, and Politicians: The Evolution Controversy in North Carolina. 1920-1927. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1966. Some on UNC. Two relevant sections of this book appeared in different form as "Embattled Scholar: Howard W. Odum and the Fundamentalists, 1925-1927" (Journal of Southern History 31 [1965] :375-92) and "Politics and Piety in North Carolina: The Fundamentalist Crusade at High Tide, 1925-1927" (North Carolina Historical Review 42 [1965]:275-90).

276. "Genesis in a Graveyard." Alumni Review 14 (1925-26):20-21. On origins and early years of the University of North Carolina Alumni.

277. "Gerald Ford '38 (Law): As His Classmates Remember Him." Alumni Review 63 (Jan. 1975): 14-16. Ford attended UNC's Law School for one term (Summer 1938).

278. Gersch, Diann Frances. "A History of the Women's Athletic Association of the University of North Carolina from 1934-1970." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1971.

279. Gibbs, Robert Coleman. "Thomas Wolfe's Four Years at Chapel Hill: A Study of Biographical Source Material." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1958.

280. Gibson, Charlie. "Salute to Humor." Carolina Magazine (Dec. 1947): 16-17,28-30. On the UNC's five humor magazines (Tar Baby, Boll Weevil, Finjan, Buccaneer , and Tar n' Feathers) and why they failed. C378 UQm 1921-1948

281. Giduz, Roland. "Bill Friday Recalls 'Dr. Frank.'" Alumni Review 65 (Nov. 1976): 14-17. On Frank Porter Graham.

282. Gidui, Roland. "George Coffin Taylor." Alumni Review 70 (April 1982):8-10. On Taylor (Kenan Professor of English) and his contributions to UNC.

283. Giduz, Roland. "The 'Great Event' Is Revealed by 'Dr. Frank.'" Alumni Review 65 (Sept. 1966):8-11. Franklin D. Roosevelt asked Frank Porter Graham to be his vice­ presidential running mate in 1936.

284. Giduz, Roland. "He Had a Passion for the Truth." Alumni Review 69 (June 1981):12-13. On Hugh Lefler.

285. Giduz, Roland. "How Did It Look?: The Campus in 1818." Alumni Review 64 (May 1976):9-12.

286. Giduz, Roland. "It's Also Bicentennial for First State University." Alumni Review 64 (March 1976):12-15. A brief history of the founding of UNC.

287. Giduz, Roland. "President Swain's Locomotive Ride, Appeal to Sherman, Saved the University." Alumni Review 66 (Sept. 1977):6-7. On UNC during the Civil War.

288. Giduz, Roland. "Resuming His Carolina Career." Alumni Review 68 (March 1980):6-12. On Christopher C. Fordham III.

289. Giduz, Roland. "Today's Student: A Decade-Long Look at Evolving Attitudes in Chapel Hill." Alumni Review 59 (Nov. 1970):10-14. Describes student attitudes of the 1960s.

290. Giduz; Roland. "Which Is the Real Carolina? North or South?" Alumni Review 68 (Jan. 1980):13, 22-23. Includes some UNC history, particularly a discussion of which state's university first went by the informal name "Carolina."

291. Giduz, Roland. "Who's Gonna Cover 'Em Up?!" Chapel Hill Uncovered. 1950-1985. Chapel Hill: Citizen Publishing, 1985. Excerpts from Giduz's columns in several local newspapers; includes some on UNC.

292. Giduz, Roland. "Women Pass Milestone--Now in Majority as Carolina Students. " Alumni Review 67 (Dec. 1978): 16-17. Contains story of UNC's first male and female students, and how two of their descendants met by accident because of their UNC connections. "

293. Giles, John Edward. "The Phi Society: 155 Years of Contribution to the Carolina Way of Life (1795-1949)." Typescript in North Carolina Collection.

294. Gillebaard, Lola D. "Fight Team, Fight, You All." The State 46 (July 1978):16-17, 39. On UNC's cheerleading squad. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

295. Gobbel, Luther L. Church-State Relationships in Education in North Carolina since 1776. Durham: Duke University Press, 1938. Much useful material on UNC.

296. Godfrey, James L. "William Brantley Aycock: University Administrator, 1957-1964." North Carolina Law Review 64 (1985-86):215-18. C347.05 N87Lr

297. Goheen, Robert F. [Robert Francis]. "The American University and the National Interest." Address delivered by the president of Princeton University on University Day, October 12, 1962.

298. Goldstein, Harvey A and Michael I. Luger. "Impact Carolina." Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1992. Executive summary of the University and the State's economy.

299. Goldstein, Harvey A. "The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the State's Economy: A Bicentennial Report." Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1992.

300. "Graduate School Enjoys Remarkable Growth." Alumni Review 22 (1933-34):227-28. On history of UNC's Graduate School.

301. Graham, Edward K. "Address to Welcome the War Classes at the Commencement of 1911." University of North Carolina Magazine 29 (Oct. 1911): 10-12. In 1910 it was decided to award AB. degrees to those who had withdrawn from the University in 1861-1865 to serve in the war. Veterans were invited to the campus.

302. Graham, Edward K. Education and Citizenship and Other Papers. New York: Putnam, 1919. Addresses and published articles by Graham.

303. Graham, Frank P. "Evolution, the University and the People." Alumni Review 13 (1924- 25):205-7. On the evolution controversy at Chapel Hill.

304. Graham, Frank Porter. The First University of the People in the People's War for the People's Freedom and the People's Peace. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1943. University Day address, 1943, on UNC in World War II.

305. Graham, Frank P. "A Football Ramble." University of North Carolina Magazine 32 (1914­-15):48-53. History of football at the University.

306. Graham, Frank P. The University and National Defense. [N.p., n.d.] Address of Sept 1940 on UNC and national defense before World War II.

307. Grant, Daniel Lindsey. Alumni History of the University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill: General Alumni Association, 1924. Biographical list of all known UNC alumni to 1924; contains more data on each than any other single source.

308. Grant, James. Address... to the Alumni of the University of N.C. at Chapel Hill. on the 6th of June, 1878. Raleigh: Edwards, Broughton & Co., 1878. Some on UNC history and people.

309. Graves, Louis. "Vignettes from the 'Chapel Hill Weekly.'" Selected and edited by Mort Cooper. Carolina Ouarterly 8 (Winter 1953):5-17. Selections from Graves's columns from 1925 to 1930 dealing with UNC.

310. Graves, Mary de Berniere. "A History of the Old Well." Chapel Hill, 19?? Brochure advertising a lamp made in the form of the well.

311. Green, James R. "Rewriting Southern History: An Interview with C. Vann Woodward." Southern Exposure 12 (Nov.-Dec. 1984):87-92. Several comments on UNC in the 1930s.

312. Green, Philip P. "Albert Coates: Founder of the Institute of Government." Popular Government 54 (Spring 1989):2-6.

313. Green, Philip Palmer. "The Changing of the Guard at the Institute of Government: John Sanders Returns." Popular Government 44 (Winter 1979):3-4.

314. Grier, Adele. "The Man Who Drank From Blackbeard's Skull: Charles Whedbee Was a Respected Judge and a Lifelong Presence of Outer Banks Folklore." The State 58 (March 1991):18-19. Biographical piece on University alumnus. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

315. Griffin, Mack Hall. "The Upbringing of a Georgia Cracker." Typescript in North Carolina Collection. Several pages on his years at UNC in 1920s; describes students, classes, etc.

316. Grumman, Russell. University Extension in Action. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1947. Includes historical background.

317. "A Guide to Physical Development" 1991. Development plan for the University prepared by Johnson Johnson & Roy, Inc., and DeLeuw Cather & Company.

318. "A Guide To Physical Development: Summary of the Campus Framework Plan." 1991. A guide to current and future physical development of the University.

319. Gullick, J. G. "Francis P. Venable." Carolina Magazine 39 (March 1922):24-26. C378 UQm 1921-1948

320. Gullick, J. G. "Old Days at the University." Carolina Magazine 39 (June 1922):16. Describes several student disturbances on campus, including ones in 1799 and 1820. C378 UQm 1921-1948

321. Gunnells, Laura Jean. "A History of Women's Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1971-1987." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988.

322. Gunter, Timothy Lee. "No Reds in Blue Heaven: A Discourse on the Passage, Amendment, and Repeal of the North Carolina Communist Speaker Ban Law." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1985.

323. Gurganus, Ransom. "Thomas Wolfe, Undergraduate." Washington Square Critic 1 (May 1935):1-2.

324. Gwin, Pamela Jane Blair. '''Poisoned Arrows' trom a Tar Heel Journalist: The Public Career of Cornelia Phillips Spencer, 1865-1890." Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, 1983. Has chapter on Spencer's campaign to "redeem" UNC in the early 1870s.

325. Hall, Peter W. "The Fraternity Adviser at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1964 to 1974." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1975.

326. Halperin, Edward C. "Frank Porter Graham, Isaac Hall Manning, and the Jewish Quota at the University of North Carolina Medical School." North Carolina Historical Review 67 (1990):385-410.

327. Hamilton, J. G. de Roulhac. Beniamin Sherwood Hedrick. James Sprunt Historical Publications, vol. 14. Chapel Hill: The University, 1910.

328. Hamilton, J. G. de Roulhac. Reconstruction in North Carolina. New York: Columbia University Press, 1914. Has chapter on UNC in Reconstruction.
329. Hamilton, J. G. de Roulhac. "The Return of the War Classes." University of North Carolina Magazine 29 (Oct. 1911):16-24. In 1910, it was decided to award A.B. degrees to those who had withdrawn from UNC in 1861-1865 to serve in the war. This tells something of those classes and the occasion in 1911.

330. Hamilton, J. G. de Roulhac. William Richardson Davie: A Memoir. Followed by His Letters with Notes by Kemp P. Battle. James Sprunt Historical Monograph, no. 7. Chapel Hill: Published by the University, 1907.

331. Hamilton, John Bowen, ed. "Diary of Thomas Miles Garrett at the University of North Carolina, 1849." North Carolina Historical Review 38 (1961): 63 -93, 241-62, 380­410, 534-63. Describes life at UNC, 1849-50.

332. Hammer, Phil. "The Abolition of the Buccaneer." Carolina Magazine 64 (Nov. 1934):6-10. Tells story of how Buccaneer was "abolished." Critical of student government as set up then for its inefficiency.

333. Hanes, James Gordon. "Speaker-Ban Commission Papers, 1963; 1965-66 [manuscript]." In the Manuscripts Department of the Southern Historical Collection.

334. Harden, John W. "Old Collier." The State 2 (March 23, 1935):3. On Collier Cobb. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

335. Harden, John W. "The Old Well." The State 3 (Sept. 28, 1935):3. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

336. Harding, Thomas S. College Literary Societies: Their Contribution to Higher Education in the United States. 1815-1876. New York: Pageant Press International, 1971. Some on UNC's Phi and Di Societies.

337. "'Hark the Sound' Is a Hub of Sentiment." Alumni Review 16 (1927-28):169. On history of the school song.

338. "'Hark the Sound' Was First Sung 60 Years Ago." Alumni Review 45 (1956-57):184-85. History of the school song.

339. Harris, Nelson H. "Desegregation in North Carolina Institutions of Higher Learning." Journal of Negro Education 27 (1958):295-99. Some on UNC.

340. Harris, William C. William Woods Holden: Firebrand of North Carolina Politics. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1987. On UNC during Reconstruction.

341. Harrison, Laird. "Martha McKay '41 Devotes Lifetime to Crashing the Sexual Barriers." Carolina Alumni Review 80 (Summer 1991):52-57. Biographical article about alumna women's rights activist. C378 UT2

342. Hayman, Carol Bessent. "Poet of the People: Paul Green Was an Acclaimed Teacher, Poet, Novelist, Essayist--and Author of America's Oldest Outdoor Drama." The State 57 (May 1990):36-38. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

343. Haynes, David John. "The History of Intercollegiate Soccer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1947-1981)." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1983.

344. Hazen, Thomas Lee. "On the Retirement of N. Ferebee Taylor." North Carolina Law Review 69 (June 1991):1081-1082. Short biographical piece on Chancellor and law Professor N. Ferebee Taylor. C347.05 N87Lr

345. Heindel, Sally Wolfe. "A History of the Institute of Government Library of the University of North Carolina." M.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1965.

346. Henderson, Archibald. The Campus of the First State University. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1949. General history, with emphasis on buildings.

347. Henderson, Archibald. "Fifty Years at the University." The State 12 (June 24, 1944):7. Recalls his years at UNC. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

348. Henderson, Archibald. "The Heritage of the University of North Carolina Man." University of North Carolina Magazine 26 (May 1909):3-12. An address delivered to the campus Y.M.C.A. with a general discussion of the topic.

349. Henderson, Archibald. "Laying of the Cornerstone." The State 36 (Feb. 4, 1950):18. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

350. Henderson, Archibald, ed. Pioneering a People's Theatre. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1945. On the Carolina Playmakers.

351. Henderson, Archibald. The Undying Flame: The Story of its Lighting. [N.p.,1950] 46th annual Phi Beta Kappa address; history of the founding of UNC.

352. Hettleman, P. "Carolina Athletes--In War and Peace." The Magazine 37 (1919-20):29-35. Each member of the varsity football team for this year had served in the war. Gives one-paragraph sketch of each player and his service.

353. The HEW-UNC Controversy: A Summary of Events and Issues. Chapel Hill: American Association of University Professors, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapter, 1978. A brief (6 p.) outline of the desegregation case.

354. Hickerson, T. F. "The Archibald Henderson Era: An Intimate Portrait." The State 32 (Aug. 1, 1964):9-10. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

355. Hildebolt, William H. "The Student's Campus: A Vision for the Physical Development of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Written by Students of the University." Chapel Hill, Office of the Student Body President, 1991.

356. Hill, G. Maurice. "'Dr. Frank' Held Them in the Palm of His Hand." Alumni Review 64 (May 1976):4-8. On Frank Porter Graham.

357. Hill, Henry Harrington. "Between Scylla and Charybdis: A Safe Midpassage? An Address." Address by the president of the George Peabody College for Teachers at the Convocation of the University, August 7, 1947.

358. Hinkle, Lawrence. "Puns, Pirates and Purity: The Story of the Buccaneer." Carolina Magazine 65 (April 1936):5-8. On one of UNC's humor magazines. C378 UQm 1921-1948

359. Historic Buildings and Landmarks of Chapel Hill. North Carolina. Chapel Hill: Chapel Hill Historical Society, 1973. A small book that describes 42 Chapel Hill (many UNC) buildings and landmarks.
360. "Historic Hedrick-Williams House Open to Visitors." Alumni Review 64 (Jan. 1976):14-15. Contains history of house, Benjamin Hedrick, and Horace Williams.

361. "Historical." Alumni Review 39 (1950-51):124-25. On history of athletics at UNC.

362. History of the Department of Economics. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1901-­1990. Chapel Hill: Department of Economics, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991.

363. Holder, Rose Howell. McIver of North Carolina. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1957. One chapter on Charles D. McIver's days at UNC (early 1880s) and one on the appropriations battle of 1890s.
364. Holstrom, Steve. The Carolina Corporation: Inside Dean Smith and the Tar Heels. Dallas, Texas: Taylor Pub. Co., 1988.

365. "Honorary Degrees--More Than 600 Have Been Given by the University." Alumni Review 58 (March 1970):6-11. Includes list of all such degree recipients to date.

366. Hooper, William. "Fifty Years Since." North Carolina University Magazine 9 (1859­60):577-611. An address delivered to alumni in 1859, describes student life, faculty, etc. of UNC in early 19th century. Also published as pamphlet with same title (Raleigh: Holden & Wilson, 1859).

367. Horace Williams: Individualist. Teacher. Philosopher. [N.p., n.d.] A collection of articles, speeches, and other short works on Williams; includes a Reader's Digest "My Most Unforgettable Character" sketch.

368. Horner, William E. "Episodes in the Career of James K. Polk--A Man Whose Watchwords Were Duty and Diligence." New Carolina Magazine 38 (March 1921): 18-23. Concentrates on Polk's days at UNC.

369. Horner, William E. "Know Your University." Carolina Magazine 39 (Oct. 1, 1921): 12­ 14. A quiz, including questions on history. C378 UQm 1921-1948

370. House, Robert B. "Collier Cobb--A Tribute." Alumni Review 23 (1934-35): 147.

371. House, Robert B. The Light That Shines: Chapel Hill 1912-1916. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1964. Reprinted from a series in The Chapel Hill Weekly. Describes people and events of his years as student (1912-16), in many cases bringing the story down to the 1960s.

372. House, Robert B. "The University of North Carolina and the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools." Southern Association Ouarterly 11 (Aug. 1941):1-12. The significance of UNC in a regional context.

373. Howell, A. C. The Kenan Professorships. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1956. Story of the bequest, with biographical sketches of recipients to 1955.

374. Howes, Anne B. "The History of lntercollegiate Swimming at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1938-1985)." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1985.

375. Hudson, Marjorie Ruth. "Taking History to Heart: Professor William Powell Reflects on 25 Years of Teaching North Carolina History." Carolina Alumni Review 76 (Winter 1988):26-29. Much on UNC. C378 UT2

376. Huggins, Leonard Victor. Anecdotes. Edited by Roland Giduz. Chapel Hill: the Author, 1981. A number of anecdotes are related to UNC.

377. Hughes, James P. "The Great North Carolina History Debate." Carolina Alumni Review 74 (Summer 1986): 18-23. Forum on the role of UNC in teaching North Carolina history. C378 UT2

378. Hughes, James P. "A Tribute to Frank Porter Graham." Carolina Alumni Review 75 (Winter 1987):15-17. On the occasion of the centennial of Graham's birth. C378 UT2

379. Hunt, Douglass. "A Small Price to Pay: The Pleasures of Serendipity." Kemp Plummer Battle Lecture to the Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies, October 12, 1988.

380. Hunt, Douglass. "From Remarks at Memorial Service for Albert Coates." North Carolina Law Review 67 (April 1989):741. Memorial to Albert Coates. C347.05 N87Lr

381. Hunt, James L. "Law and Society in a New South Community: Durham County, North Carolina, 1898-1899." North Carolina Historical Review 68 (1991):427-460. Alumni history portraying the University as a training ground for lawyers.

382. Hunt, James L. "The Making of a Populist: Marion Butler, 1863-1895." North Carolina Historical Review 62 (1985):53-77. The first of a three-part article on Butler, this has several pages on UNC in the early 1880s and Butler as a student.

383. Hurley, James F., and Julia G. Eagan. The Prophet of Zion-Parnassus. Samuel Eusibius McCorkle. Richmond, 1934.

384. Hutchinson, Glenn. "Carolina Goes to War: A Lesson from Campus History, 1915-1919." Carolina Magazine 67 (Dec. 1937):3-7. [Reprinted, in condensed form, in Carolina Magazine 69 (Oct. 1939):8-11.] History of UNC in World War I and role of pacifists then. C378 UQm 1921-1948

385. "Indispensable Guide to Classes." Chapel Hill: UNC Student Congress, 1990 or 1991.

386. Irvine, Allen Claywell. "Carolina in Its 50th Year" Alumni Review 70 (Dec. 1981):10-13, Brief history of the University's first half-century as a multi-campus institution.

387. Isenhour, Michael D. "A Day in the Life of the Carolina Student." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989.

388. "It's Taps--At Last--For the Tin Can." Alumni Review 66 (Sept. 1977):9. Includes history of the building.

389. Ivey, Pete. "President Friday Already Has Shown Vigorous Leadership." Alumni Review 45 (1956-57): 147. On Friday's early contributions to UNC.

390. Ivey, Pete. "The Tribulations of Keeping Alumni Records." Alumni Review 24 (1935­-36):264-65, 267. The history and work of UNC's alumni office.

391. Jackson, Blyden. "George Moses Horton, North Carolinian." North Carolina Historical Review 53 (1976): 140-47. On relationship of Horton, early black poet, to UNC students.

392. Jackson, Walter A. Gunnar Myrdal and America's Conscience: Social Engineering and Racial Liberalism. 1938-1987. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.

393. James, Anthony. "A Collection of Young White Men: A Study of White Fraternity Attitude Towards Race at the University of North Carolina from 1945-1987." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989.

394. James, Dinita L. "Nancy Rhoden: Teaching How to Test the Limits." North Carolina Law Review 68 (June 1990):843-844. Biographical memorial on the occasion of Professor of Law Nancy Rhoden's death in October 1989. C347.05 N87Lr

395. "James Hogg--A Development Officer?" Alumni Review 53 (1964-65): 119, 122. On Hogg's role in selecting the site for UNC.

396. Jeffrey, Thomas E. "Our Remarkable Friendship: The Secret Collaboration of Calvin H. Wiley and John W. Cunningham." North Carolina Historical Review 67 (1990):28-58. Biographical treatment of two University alumni, and the University's role in training the elites to be legislators.

397. John, Tommy. T.J.: My Twenty-Six Years in Baseball. New York: Bantam, 1991. Alumni history.

398. Johnson, Eldon L. "The 'Other Jeffersonians' and the State University Idea." Journal of Higher Education 58 (1987): 127-50. On William R. Davie and Abraham Baldwin (of Georgia).

399. Johnson, Gerald W. South-Watching: Selected Essays. Edited by Fred Hobson. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1983. Essays on Harry Woodburn Chase and Frank Porter Graham.

400. Johnson, Guion Griffis. Ante-Bellum North Carolina: A Social History. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1937. Some on UNC; very good for background information.

401. Johnson, Guy Benton, and Guion Griffis Johnson. Research in Service to Society: The First Fifty Years of the Institute for Research in Social Science at the University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1980.

402. Johnson, Herschel V. "A Sketch of the Fraternities of the University of North Carolina (1851-1915)." University of North Carolina Magazine 33 (1915-16): 129-50.

403. Jones, Anne. "Mr. Bennett's University." Alumni Review 59 (May 1971):26-27. John S. Bennett, Director of University Operations for 44 years, recalls UNC of 1921-65.

404. Jones, Augustus Lenoir. "General William Lenoir: First President of the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina." North Carolina University Magazine 15 (1897-98): 175-83. Biographical; contains little on UNC.

405. Jones, Barclay. "Space, Time, and Chapel Hill." Carolina Quarterly 6 (Fall 1953):7-14. On campus architecture.

406. Jones, H. G. [Houston Gwynne] For History's Sake: The Preservation and Publication of North Carolina History. 1663-1903. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1966. The role of UNC in preserving state history, especially in the 19th century. Good sections on David L. Swain, Kemp P. Battle, and others.

407. Jones, H. G. "Preserving North Carolina's Literary Heritage." Popular Government 55 (Winter 1990):20-28. Article on the North Carolina Collection by its curator.

408. Jones, H. G. "The G.I. Bill of Rights. " Kemp Plummer Battle Lecture to the Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies, October 12, 1990.

409. Jones, H. G. "Stephen Beauregard Weeks: North Carolina's First 'Professional' Historian." North Carolina Historical Review 42 (1965):410-23. Describes Weeks's contributions to UNC.

410. Jones, H. G. Thomas Wolfe of North Carolina . Chapel Hill: North Caroliniana Society and the North Carolina Collection, 1982. "Papers and reminiscences delivered at the second annual meeting of the Thomas Wolfe Society." Many related to UNC.

411. Jones, H. G. "UNC's Pete Murphy: The Man and the Legacy." Carolina Alumni Review 73 (Spring 1985):14-17, 22-23. Murphy's contributions to the University as student and state legislator. C378 UT2

412. Jones, Howard Mumford. Howard Mumford Jones: An Autobiography. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1979. Includes a chapter on Jones's years at UNC.

413. Jones, Joe. "Lost for 50 Years." The State 38 (April 1, 1971):15. On the missing plate trom Old East's cornerstone. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

414. Jones, Joe. "Peter Dromgoole Again." Carolina Magazine 62 (March 26,1933):1, 8. C378 UQm 1921-1948

415. Jones, Joe. "Polk and the UNC." The State 34 (Jan. 1, 1967):9, 14. On James K. Polk at UNC as a student and as a visitor in 1847. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

416. Jones, Joe. "Put Back the Portico." The State 41 (July 1973):22-23. Gerrard Hall's portico, added in 1844, was removed in 1901. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

417. Jones, Joe. "UNC in the Lottery Business." The State 38 (Aug. 1, 1970):11. How funds for South Building were raised, in part from lotteries in 1801. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

418. Jones, Joe. "Well Done, Good and Faithful Servant: Cornelia Phillips Spencer Was Never to Forget the Family Service and Friendship of Dilsey Craig, an Association Lasting Nearly 70 Years." The State 56 (March 1989):14-17. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

419. Jones, Lyle V. "A History of the L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory." Typescript, c. 1989.

420. Jones, Myra. "Fightin' Back: When the Folks of Macon County Thought They Were Unfairly Stereotyped by a Filmmaker 50 Years Ago, They Fought Back." The State 57 (Feb. 1990):30-31. Frank Porter Graham and the North Carolina Extension Service at Chapel Hill. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

421. "Joseph Caldwell, D.D.: First President of the University of North Carolina." University Record 5 (1899-1900):33-36.

422. "Joseph Caldwell, First President of the University." Alumni Review 23 (1934-35): 121.

423. Joyce, Alice, ed. "A Rememberance." Carolina Alumni Review 76(Fall 1987):29-42. Pictures and excerpts from the first 75 years of the Alumni Review.

424. Joyce, Bob. "Reds on Campus: The Speaker Ban Controversy." Carolina Alumni Review 72 (Spring 1984):4-11, 25. C378 UT2

425. Joyce, Robert P. "Bridging the Gaps: Thinking About Good Government at Chapel Hill." Carolina Alumni Review 78 (Fall 1989):34-42. Some history on the Institute of Government, its role, its faculty, and its programs. C378 UT2

426. Justice, John. "Beyond Numbers: Blacks and Whites at Chapel Hill." Carolina Alumni Review 72 (Fall 1983):4-9, 28-30. History of race relations at UNC, mostly contemporary. C378 UT2

427. Kain, Thomas Raymond. "The History of Required Physical Education and Intramural Athletics at the University of North Carolina." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1950.

428. "Kemp Plummer Battle, LL.D." North Carolina Booklet 7 (1907-8): 146-52. Most is reprint of biographical sketch in Raleigh News and Observer by Edward L. Stewart.

429. Kennedy, Richard S. The Window of Memory: The Literary Career of Thomas Wolfe. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1962. Has chapter on Wolfe at UNC.

430. King, Arnold K. The Multicampus University of North Carolina Comes of Age. 1956-1986. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1987.

431. Kitchin, Reed. "The Carolina Magazine." Carolina Magazine 41 (April 1924):24-28. History of the magazine. C378 UQm 1921-1948

432. Kitchin, Reed. "The Tar Heel." Carolina Magazine 41 (May 1924):29-36. History of the student newspaper. C378 UQm 1921-1948

433. Kitchen, Reed. "The Yackety Yack." Carolina Magazine 41 (June 1924):22-29. History of the student yearbook. C378 UQm 1921-1948

434. Kluttz, Jim. "News Bureau." The State 7 (June 3,1939):8, 26. On Bob Madry, bureau director, and the bureau itself. C917.05 S79 1933-1996

435. Knight, Edgar W. "Henry Harrisse on Collegiate Education." North Carolina Historical Review 24 (1947):58-111. A fair amount on UNC in 1850s, including a controversy over Harrisse's essay.

436. Knight, Edgar. W. "North Carolina's 'Dartmouth College Case.'" Journal of Higher Education 19 (1948): 116-22. On University v. Foy, in which N.C.'s Supreme Court overturned an 1800 law repealing UNC's power to seize and possess eschested lands

437. Knight, Edgar W., and Agatha Boyd Adams, eds. The Graduate School: Research and Publications. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1946.

438. Knudtzon, Kermit, and Clifton E. Crandell, eds. From Quonset Hut to Number One and Beyond: A History of the UNC School of Dentistry . Chapel Hill: UNC Dental, Alumni Association, 1982.

439. Koch, Frederick H. "The Carolina Playmakers: An Announcement." The Magazine 36 (1918-19):19-20. Reprint of a playbill of Playmakers' opening performance, March 1919.

440. Koch, Frederick H. "Thomas Wolfe--Playmaker." Carolina Play-Book 8 (June 1935):35­ 40.

441. Koch, Frederick H. "Twenty-five Years at Chapel Hill." National Theatre Conference Bulletin 6 (June 1944): 13-24. On the Department of Dramatic Arts.

442. Konkle, Burton Alva. John Motley Morehead and the Development of North Carolina. 1796-1866 . Philadelphia: William J. Campbell, 1922. UNC in the early 1800s.

443. Korstad, Robert Rodgers. Dreaming of a Time: The School of Public Health: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1939-1989. Chapel Hill: School of Public Health, 1990.

444. Kosma, Mazlum. "A Comparison on the Present Sports Participation Levels of the International Students and American Students Enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988.

445. Kramer, Barbara B. "Perceived Effects of Affirmative Action Regulations by Administrators at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: A Case Study (1973-1976)." Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1978.

446. Kuralt, Charles. "From a Village of Scholars on a Hill." Carolina Alumni Review 74 (Winter 1986):21-22. Essay on Bill Friday's contributions to UNC, excerpted from Kuralt's introduction of Friday at N.Y. alumni meeting.

447. Kyser, Georgia Carroll, and William Brantley Aycock. William Clyde Friday and Ida Howell Friday. North Caroliniana Society imprints, no. 9. Chapel Hill: North Caroliniana Society, 1984.

448. Lacy, Dan. "The Subversive Library." Bookmark 37 (1967):1-9. On UNC and its library in the 193Os.

449. Lane, Mary Turner. "The University in Transition: The Female Presence." Carolina Alumni Review 73 (Fall 1984):4-6, 16-22. Analytical history of women at UNC.

450. Lansdale, Nelson. "Up Till Now." Carolina Magazine 66 (Jan. 1937):5-7. On the editors of UNC's student publications in the early 1930s.

451. "Last Decade at University Sees Many Changes." Alumni Review 28 (1939-40):127. Describes UNC in the 193Os.

452. Lauder, Val. "Thinking of You: The Living Legacy of Kay Kyser '27." Carolina Alumni Review 79 (Winter 1990):22-29. Biographical article on one of the University's notable alumni and his family.

453. Lauterer, Jock. Only in Chapel Hill: A Photographic Essay. Chapel Hill: Colonial Press, 1967.

454. Lawrence, R. C. "University Presidents." The State 12 (June 10, 1944):9, 20. Brief biographies of UNC presidents.

455. Lee, Vergil. "A Pillar of the New South: The Story of the University Press." Carolina Magazine 63 (April 8, 1934):5.

456. Lefler, Hugh, and Paul Wagner, eds. Orange County. 1752-1952. Chapel Hill: Orange Printshop, 1953. Two chapters on UNC.

457. Leigh, Daniel. "Adventures of Rameses." The State 50 (Nov. 1982):14-16. On the UNC mascot.

458. Lewis, Henry W. "The Institute's First Faculty Member: Henry Brandis, Jr. (1909-1989)." Popular Government 55 (Summer 1989):44-45.

459. Lewis, McDaniel. "Early Athletics." University of North Carolina Magazine 31 (1913­-14):358-64. Brief look at UNC athletics through the years.

460. Lewis, Richard H. "Athletics in the University, Muscular and Vocal, Forty Years Ago." North Carolina University Magazine 14 (1894-95):98-100. Anecdotes on Zeb Vance and others.

461. "The Libraries of Our Institution." North Carolina University Magazine 3 (1954):28-33, 63-66. Describes 1854 status of library, pointing out deficiencies.

462. Liss, Howard. The Lawrence Taylor Story. Hillside, N.J.: Enslow Publishers, 1987. Biography of alumnus football player and later N. Y. Giants linebacker.

463. Link, Arthur Stanley. "A History of the Buildings at the University of North Carolina." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina, 1941.

464. Link, Phil. Another Time: A Fictional Story of the Truth about Fraternities at Chapel Hill in the 30's. Greensboro: Carolina Cerulean Books, 1990.

465. Link, Ronald C. "Albert Coates and Legal Research." North Carolina Law Review 67 (April 1989):749-750. Memorial to Albert Coates.

466. Link, Ronald C. "Henry P. Brandis, Jr." North Carolina Law Review 67 (June 1989): 1021­-1022. Memorial to Professor of Law Henry P. Brandis, Jr.

467. List, Barbara Turner. "The Friends of the University of North Carolina Library, 1932­ 1962." M.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1965.

468. Livingstone, John A. "The Founding of the University of North Carolina." Nocalore 2 (1932):222-36. On the influence of Freemasons at UNC.

469. Lobred, Leonard. "A Post-Mortem on Supression." Carolina Magazine 70 (Feb. 1941): 18­20, 27-28. Describes recent events concerning the Tar Heel and its relationship to the N.C. legislature.

470. Lockmiller, David A. The Consolidation of the University of North Carolina. Raleigh: University of North Carolina, 1942.

471. Lomax, John F. "Legislative Style Manual" Chapel Hill: Student Congress, 1989.

472. Lominac, Harry Gene. The Carolina Dramatic Association: Its History. 1922-1962. Chapel Hill: Past Presidents of the Carolina Dramatic Association, 1962.

473. London, H. A. "The University during the War." University Record, no. 93 (June 1911):75-89. Address on the Civil War, delivered at commencement of 1895.

474. London, Lawrence Foushee. "A Half-Century With Rare Books." Chapel Hill, North Carolinian Society, N.C. Collection, 1991.

475. Long, Augustus White. Son of Carolina. Durham: Duke University Press, 1939. Contains material on Chapel Hill and UNC in the Civil War and Reconstruction, and on UNC in the 1880s.

476. Long, Rachael. Building Notes. UNC-Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, 1984. Contains brief history of each building (or other structure), including: building cost, footage, architect/contractors, biography of person for whom named, etc. [Much of the text of this volume has been incorporated into a database of campus structures, which is maintained by Facilities Services at: Facility Information

477. "Louis Round Wilson Honored by Colleagues." Alumni Review 14 (1925-26):211-12. Much on Wilson's contributions to UNC.

478. Love, Cornelia Spencer. When Chapel Hill Was a Village. Chapel Hill: Chapel Hill Historical Society, 1976. Memoirs; some on UNC.

479. Love, James Lee. 'Tis Sixty Years Since: A Story of the University of North Carolina in the 1880s. Chapel Hill, 1945.

480. Lu, Wei Ming. "Toward a Long Range Plan for the Physical Development of the University of North Carolina." M.R.P. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1956.

481. Lumpkin, Angela. "Women's Physical Activity at the First State University: An Uphill Struggle." Typescript in North Carolina Collection.

482. McAlister, A. W. "Recalls Old Days in Chapel Hill." Alumni Review 20 (1931-32):281-82. McAlister, class of 1882, gave this address at his 50th reunion.

483. McDowell, Sara-Jean. "The Carolina Playmakers: Its History, 1918-1950." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1962.

484. McDuffie, Roger A. "Pharmaceutically Speaking." University of North Carolina Magazine 32 (1914-15):206-11. Brief history of the Pharmacy School and its status in 1914.

485. McIntosh, C. E. "Historical Background." In University Extension in Action, pp. 13-21. By Russell M. Grumman. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1947.

486. McKie, George. "The Life and Times of George McKie, Professor of English at the University of North Carolina, 1899-1941." Edited by Elizabeth McKie. Typescript in North Carolina Collection, with much on UNC.

487. McLean, Hallie Stewart. "The History of the Dialectic Society, 1795-1860." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1950.

488. McVaugh, Michael R. "Elisha Mitchell's Books and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library." University Library, Friends of the Library, 1987-90.

489. MacMillan, Dougald. English at Chapel Hill 1795-1969. Chapel Hill: Dept. of English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, [n.d.]

490. MacMillan, Dougald. "The First Concert in Gerrard Hall." University of North Carolina Magazine 33 (1915-16):236-39. Describes program on night of Oct. 5, 1850.

491. McPherson, Elizabeth Gregory, ed. "Unpublished Letters from North Carolinians to Polk." North Carolina Historical Review 16 (1939):54-79, 174-200, 328-357, 428-57; ibid., 17 (1940):37-66, 139-66, 249-66. A number of these letters are on UNC; see, in vol. 16, pp. 195 and 340, and in vol. 17, pp. 56, 65, and 144-62 (this last group contains letters pertaining to Polk's visit to UNC).

492. Madry, R. W. "Our Longest Stride Yet." The State 20 (Oct. 4, 1952):9. On the opening of the UNC Medical School and North Carolina Memorial Hospital.

493. Madry, Robert W. "History of Track at the University." Alumni Review 14 (1925-26):244, 246.

494. Madry, Robert W. "The University Celebrates." The State 11 (Oct. 23, 1943):6-7. On UNC's 150th birthday celebration.

495. Madry, Robert W. "University Has Rich Scientific Atmosphere." Alumni Review 25 (1936-37):206-7. History of scientific research at UNC.

496. Malone, Dumas. Edwin A. Alderman: A Biography. New York: Doubleday, Doran, and Co., 1940. Chapter on Alderman as president of UNC.

497. Malone, E. T., Jr. "The University of North Carolina in Edwin Fuller's 1873 Novel, Sea­Gift." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1975. Fuller's novel, popular in the late 19th century, "presented a romantic picture of student life at the University" and "perpetuated old and contributed new elements to the aura and folklore of the University community." Condensed version, with same title, appeared in North Carolina Historical Review 53 (1976):288-302.

498. Mangnum, Charles S. "Recalls Football's Genesis at Chapel Hill." Alumni Review 23 (1934-35):54, 62. On the early years of UNC football.

499. Mangnum, Charles S. "Those Were the Days When--" Alumni Review 23 (1934-35): 148­- 49. History of UNC basketball.

500. Manning, John. "Address Before the Alumni Association of the University of North Carolina." University Monthly 3 (1883-84): 174-88. Gives some history of UNC, showing how it has benefitted state.

501. Manning, John. "The University and State History." North Carolina University Magazine 9 (1899-90):131-33. On the role of UNC in promoting the history of North Carolina.

502. Marlow, Otis. "The Wandering Comer Stone of Old East." The State 2 (Oct. 27, 1934):25-26.

503. Martin, Carolyn Patricia. "The North Carolina Collection in the University of North Carolina." M.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1961.

504. Martin, Robert S. "A Consequence of Camegie Philanthropy: Library Endowment at the University of North Carolina, 1900-1908." Typescript in North Carolina Collection.

505. Martus, Theodor Charles. "A History of Varsity Track and Field at the University of North Carolina." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1951.

506. Mashburn, Rick. "Publisher of Distinction: UNC Press." Carolina Alumni Review (June 1983): 12-13,26.

507. Mason, Robert. "Carolina Humor of Yore: When Bob Ruark Was an 'Innocent' Artist for the Buccaneer." Alumni Review 69 (Feb. 1981):16-17. History of one of the UNC's humor magazines.

508. "Materials Pertaining to the Hazing Death of lsaac William Rand, 1912." Compiled by Jerry W. Cotton. Xerox of newspaper clippings related to the incident.

509. Matson, Robert. "A Question of Ethics: UNC Students Strive To Do the Right Thing." Carolina Alumni Review 79 (Winter 1990): 10-14. Contemporary piece with some history on the Campus Y and the Honor Code.

510. Matson, Robert. "The Morehead Legacy: A History of 'Uncle Mot's' Contributions to UNC-CH, the State, and the Nation." Carolina Alumni Review 77 (Spring 1988): 16-23.

511. Maultsby, R. C. "On the Gridiron." Carolina Magazine 40 (May-June 1923):8-11. History of UNC football.

512. Maybury, Catherine M. "An Analysis of the Book Publications of the University of North Carolina Press, 1922-1952." M.S.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1956.

513. Medwin, Jule Alfred. "A Study of Varsity Letter-Winners Who Graduated From the University of North Carolina From 1935 through 1951." Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina, 1953.

514. "Merchants'Meeting." North Carolina University Magazine 5 (1856):237-38. Reprints resolution of town merchants not to offer credit to any underage student without written consent of parent.

515. Miller, Guy Howard. "A Contacting Community: American Presbyterians, Social Conflict, and Higher Education, 1730-1820." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, 1970. Has some on UNC.

516. Miller, Robert D. "Samuel Field Phillips: The Odyssey of a Southern Dissenter." North Carolina Historical Review 58 (1981 ):263-80. Member of important UNC family; some on UNC.

517. Mims, Edwin. "A Semi-Centennial Survey of North Carolina's Intellectual Progress." North Carolina Historical Review 24 (1947):235-57. Overview of topic; only a paragraph or two specifically on UNC.

518. "Mission of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991-2000: A Report to the President and Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina." 1991. Faculty and student proposal for the role of the University in the last decade of the century.

519. Monday, Laurie lola. "Social Interest: Interest and Involvement Among University Students." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991.

520. Moore, Dennis D. "The Source." Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989. Brief informational paragraphs about the University.

521. Moore, Gay Garrigan. "The Southern Historical Collection in the Louis Round Wilson Library of the University of North Carolina, From the Beginning of the Collection through 1948." M.S.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1958.

522. "Morality of College." North Carolina University Magazine 5 (1856):138-39. Editorial on recent reports of drinking on campus, defending school and students.

523. Morris, Ron. ACC Basketball: An Illustrated History. Chapel Hill: Four Comers Press, 1988.

524. Morris, Ron. "The Star Who Almost Wasn't." The State 55 (March 1988):18-20. On basketball standout Lennie Rosenbluth.

525. Morrison, Bob. "Evolution of the Carolina Magazine." Carolina Magazine (Oct. 1945):4, 18.

526. Morrison, Joseph L. Governor O. Max Gardner: A Power in North Carolina and New Deal Washington. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1971. Much on UNC at time of consolidation.

527. Moser, Artus M. "Old Days at the University." New Carolina Magazine 38 (March 1921):40-42. Describes college life at UNC, 1820s-1840s.

528. Moser, Artus M. "The School Days of Zebulon Baird Vance." Carolina Magazine 39 (Nov. 1, 1921):6-8.

529. Moss, Wiliam D. "Henry Horace Williams and His Message." Carolina Magazine 40 (Feb. 1923): 17-21.

530. Mumau, Thad. Dean Smith: a Biography. Winston-Salem: 1. F. Blair, 1990.

531. Mumau, Thad. "Dean Smith--More Than a Coach." Alumni Review 68 (May 1980):6-13. Includes history of Smith's relationship to UNC basketball. From author's book with same title (Huntsville, Ala.: Strode Publishers, 1980).

532. Muriaty, Eugene John. "The History of Baseball at the University of North Carolina with an Emphasis on 1947-1978." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1980.

533. Murphy, Evangeline Burbank. "The Growth of the Library of the Philanthropic Society at the University of North Carolina." M.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1979.

534. Murphy, Pete. "Davie, McCorkle and Avery." The State 10 (Dec. 19, 1942):9, 28. On the "founding fathers" of UNC: William R. Davie, Samuel E. McCorkle, and Waightstill Avery.

535. Neal, Louise. "The Immortal 'Proff.'" The State 15 (Nov. 15, 1947): 11. On Frederick H. Koch.

536. Neckerman, Gloria Bein. "'I Want to Stand Once More Where I Stood': Sounds from the Hill." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1985. "The compilation of a reader theatre script from the record of the spoken and written expression of students, faculty, administrators and other friends of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill throughout the institution's history."

537. "New Facts Are Brought to Light about Old Carolina Song." Alumni Review 27 (1938­-39):212. On "Hark the Sound."

538. Newsome, James F. Nathan Anthony Womack M.D.: Chairman. the Department of Surgery. 1951-1966. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1983.

539. The Nineteen Forty Yackety Yack: Memories and Nostalgia. 1990. Fifty-year anniversary edition of Yackety Yack with short alumni biographies.

540. Noble, Alice. The School of Pharmacy of the University of North Carolina: A History. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1961.

541. Noble, M. C. S. A History of the Public Schools of North Carolina. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1930. A fair amount on University; a whole chapter on "The University in Reconstruction Days."

542. Nord, Sally McGee. "Youth Responds to the Social Order." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1969. A brief and superficial discussion of "student involvement or participation in the educational process, extracurricular activities and/or social protest movements."

543. Novak, Steven J. The Rights of Youth: American Colleges and Student Revolt. 1798­-1815. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1977. Has several pages on UNC.

544. Nowell, Elizabeth. Thomas Wolfe: A Biography. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1960. Several pages on Wolfe as UNC student.

545. O'Callaghan, Erin. "For Whom the Governor Tolls." The State 58 (October 1990):29-30. About the Morehead Patterson Memorial Bell Tower.

546. Okun, Caroline Diana. "Group Cohesion and Personal Loyalty." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1990.

547. "The Old University and Its Reputation." North Carolina University Magazine 4 (1884­85):215-6. Editorial on current trend to defame the "Old University," which it says is done perhaps in order to boost reputation of "new" University.

548. Oncley, Ruth. "A Tree on a Hill (A Play Based on the Early History of the University of North Carolina)." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1944.

549. Orr, Oliver H., Jr. Charles Brantley Aycock. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1961. UNC in late 1870s.

550. Osborne, Francis M. "The University and the Public Schools." North Carolina University Magazine 16 (1898-99):212-19, 312-16. History of education in North Carolina with some references to UNC.

551. O'Sullivan, William J. "Tar Heels Tell Our Story." The State 20 (Oct. 25, 1952):5-6. The work of the UNC Communications Center.

552. Pace, Lee. "Long Live the Rat: Alumni Recreate the Past in a Chapel Hill Landmark." Carolina Alumni Review 77 (Fall 1988):68-72.

553. Pace, Lee. "The Greatest Game?" The State 55 (October 1987):18-21. On the UNC-Duke football game, 1949.

554. Parker, David B. "The History of The University of North Carolina as Found in University Magazine, Alumni Review, and University Record." Chapel Hill: University Bicentennial Policy Committee, 1988.

555. Parker, David B. "Thomas Wolfe's 'Memories' of Billy Rand." The State (Raleigh, N.C.) 56 (Dec. 1988):30-34. Billy Rand was a UNC freshman killed in a 1912 hazing accident. Wolfe wrote about the incident in You Can't Go Home Again.

556. Parker, Francis H. Genesis of the Department of City and Regional Planning at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, 1974.

557. Parker, Francis H. Planning Education at Chapel Hill: A Decade of Incremental Progress. Chapel Hill: Dept. of City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1974.

558. Parker, Roy, Jr. "Bob House: Credentials of Excellence. " Carolina Alumni Review (Fall 1987):69. Written at House's death.

559. Parker, Roy, Jr. "The Man for the Time and Place: A Tribute to Dr. Christopher C. Fordham III, UNC-CH Chancellor from 1980-88." Carolina Alumni Review 77 (Spring 1988):10-12.

560. Parker, Roy, Jr. "Thoughts from the Front Office." Carolina Alumni Review 75 (Spring 1987):6-11. Interview with C. D. Spangler after one year as University president.

561. Parramare, Thomas C. "From South Building to Franklin Street: Freemason William R. Davie, Father of the University, Followed Masonic Ground Plan." Carolina Alumni Review 71 (Feb. 1983):5-7. On the Masonic influence in the planning for UNC.

562. Parrish, Laura Frances. "Books Read by Members of the Philanthropic Society and Their Correlation with Debate Topics, 1828-1832." M.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1979.

563. Patton, Frances Gray. "Frances Gray Patton's Chapel Hill." Carolina Alumni Review 71 (April 1983):10-14. Patton, in an essay reprinted from Travel Holiday, describes the history of UNC.

564. Pearson, Natalie L. "Ingroup Bias and Its Effects on Sentencing." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991.

565. Pearson, T. G. "The Dialectic Literary Society." North Carolina University Magazine 16 (1898-99):85-89. Includes brief history of Society.

566. Peele, W. J. "Pen-Pictures of the Times of '75" University Record, n.s., 1 (1901-2):32-45. College life at the time of the re-opening.

567. Philanthropic Society. Catalogue of Books Belonging to the Philanthropic Society. Published several times in the 19th century; title varied slightly.

568. Philanthropic Society. Register of the Members of the Philanthropic Society. Published several times in the 19th century; title varied slightly.

569. Phillips, Dickson, Jr. "Memorial Service for Henry P. Brandis, Jr., February 26, 1989." North Carolina Law Review 67 (June 1989): 1011-1012.

570. Phillips, William B. "John Lucas: A Southern Sketch." North Carolina University Magazine 17 (1899-1900):1-16,83-95,124-34,171-79. Novelette of (thinly­disguised) UNC.

571. Pierson, W. W. "The Past, Present, and Future of the Graduate SchooL" In The Graduate School: Research and Publications, pp. 31-55. Edited by Edgar W. Knight and Agatha Boyd Adams. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1946.

572. "A Place on the Hill." 1990. A videocassette narrated by Woody Durham and William Hardy.

573. Plummer, Nixon S. "College Days of President Polk." North Carolina Review (April 1910):7.

574. "Polk's Visit to His Alma Mater." North Carolina Review (Jan. 1911):12-13. Excerpts from his diary on visit to UNC.

575. Pollitt, Daniel H. "Campus Censorship: Statute Barring Speakers from State Educational Institutions." North Carolina Law Review 42 (1963-64): 179-99. On the Speaker Ban. "

576. Pollitt, Daniel H. "Legal Problems in Southern Desegregation: The Chapel Hill Story." North Carolina Law Review 43 (1964-65):689-767. Some on the role of UNC students and faculty.

577. Pollitt, Daniel H. "Some Highlights of AAUP Activities at the University of North Carolina-C.H." Typescript in North Carolina Collection; on the American Association of University Professors.

578. Powell, William S. The First State University: A Pictorial History of the University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1972. 2nd ed., 1979. 3rd ed., 1992.

579. Powell, William S. Raleigh--Durham--Chapel Hill: A Student's Guide to Localized History. New York: Teachers College Press, 1968. A brief section on Chapel Hill.

580. Powell, William S. "University Days of the Past." Alumni Review 64 (Nov. 1975):8-9. History of the University Day celebration.

581. "The Pre-Flight School." The State 10 (Feb. 27, 1943): 1-3, 29. On the Navy Pre-Flight School at UNC during WWII.

582. "The Presentation of the Plate." Alumni Review 5 (1916-17): 3 9-41. On the return of the plate from the cornerstone of Old East Building.

583. "President Polk's Visit to the University of North Carolina." University of North Carolina Magazine 24 (1906-7):207-27. On Polk's visit to UNC for 1847 commencement.

584. Price, James V., Jr. "Our Medical School." University of North Carolina Magazine 33 (1915-16):217-21. Brief history of the Medical School and its status in 1914.

585. Proceedings of the Frank Porter Graham Portrait Presentation Ceremonies. May 19. 1956. [Chapel Hill: 1956] Includes addresses on Graham by D. Hiden Ramsey, Robert B. House, and Luther Hodges.

586. Pugh, J. F."The History of the Library of North Carolina." University of North Carolina Magazine 31 (1913-14):207-13. On the UNC library.

587. Rabb, Stuart. "We Tycoons." Carolina Magazine 66 (Jan. 1937): 18-21. On the University Publications Union, 1923-36.

588. Rankin, Carl E. "The University of North Carolina and the Problems of the Cotton Mill Employee." Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, 1934. On UNC's mission to the state.

589. Raper, Horace W. William W. Holden: North Carolina's Political Enigma. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1985. On the UNC during Reconstruction.

590. Rappoport, Ken. Tar Heel: North Carolina Basketball. Huntsville, Ala.: Strode Publishers, 1976.

591. Rappoport, Ken. Tar Heel: North Carolina Football. Huntsville, Ala.: Strode Publishers, 1979.

592. Reckford, Joseph K. L. "The Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies Portraits, 1795-1868." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1981.

593. Renfrew. Gael. "The Forest Theatre." The State 12 (March 17, 1945): 1, 17-18.

594. Report of Commission on University Consolidation. Raleigh: [The Commission], 1932.

595. "Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Athletics and the University." 1989. Report of the Faculty Committee on Athletics with recommendations for reform.

596. Reston, James. "Address." Address delivered on University Day, Oct. 12, 1968.

597. Roberts, J. M. "The Up-Hill Climb to Basket Ball Glory." Carolina Magazine 40 (May­ June 1923):11-12. History of UNC basketball.

598. Robinson, Blackwell P. The History of Escheats. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1955. UNC financing to 1955.

599. Robinson, Blackwell P. "Willie Jones of Halifax. " North Carolina Historical Review 18 (1941):1-26, 133-170. Several pages on Jones's relation to UNC.

600. Robinson, Blackwell P. William R. Davie. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1957. Revision of 1953 UNC dissertation.

601. "Roll of Confederate Dead of the University of North Carolina." 1884? Broadside listing soldiers lost in the Civil War by each graduating class.

602. Roper, John Herbert. C. Vann Woodward. Southerner. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1987. Chapter on UNC in the 1930s.

603. Royster, Vermont. "Change and Controversy in Chapel Hill." Alumni Review 67 (Sept. 1978): 16-17. Excerpt from speech, discusses Frank Porter Graham, the speaker ban law, and other topics. Says that UNC "has always been a focus of controversy. "

604. Royster, Vermont. My Own, My Country's Time: A Journalist's Journey. Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books, 1983. Several pages on his days at UNC. This section is reprinted in Carolina Lifestyle 2 (Sept. 1983):41-45 as "The Education of Vermont Royster." See also "Memoirs of the Editor of The Wall Street Journal." Carolina Alumni Review 72 (Fall 1983):16-19, 30-31.

605. Ruffin, Thomas. "Early Days of the Law School--Reminiscences 1900-1910." North Carolina Law Review 24 (1945-46):414-22.

606. Russell, Lucy Phillips. "Memories of Chapel Hill." Alumni Review 4 (1915-16):44-45. Mainly on the Phillips family and the re-opening of UNC in 1875.

607. Russell, Lucy Phillips. A Rare Pattern. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1957. Autobiographical, with much on UNC from 1865 on.

608. Russell, Phillips. These Old Stone Walls. Chapel Hill: Chapel Hill Historical Society, 1972. Short essays on historical episodes and people concerning UNC.

609. Russell, Phillips. The Woman Who Rang the Bell: The Story of Cornelia Phillips Spencer. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1949.

610. Rymer, W. C. "Henry Smith--The College Bell Ringer." University of North Carolina Magazine 33 (1915-16):233-34. Brief sketch of the Union's long-time bell-ringer.

611. Sanders, John. "Albert Coates: Institution Builder." North Carolina Law Review 67 (April 1989):747-748. Popular Government 54 (Spring 1989):7. Memorial to Albert Coates.

612. Sanders, John L. "The Evolution of the Idea of Making the Initial Board of Governors a Permanent Body." Typescript in North Carolina Collection. On University governance following the restructuring of 1971.

613. Sanders, John L. "The Institute of Government at Fifty." Popular Government 46 (Winter 1981):1-2.

614. Sanders, John L. The Legal Development of the University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill: Institute of Government, University of North Carolina, 1965.

615. Sanders, John L., ed. "The Journal of Ruffin Wirt Tomlinson, The University of North Carolina, 1841-1842." North Carolina Historical Review, 30 (1953):86-114,233-60. Much on day-to-day life at UNC.

616. Sanders, L. Joseph. "College Newspapers and Campus Disruptions." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1969. Study of the Daily Tar Heel and 4 other campus newspapers for 2 months in early 1969.

617. Sanders, Lynn Moss. "A Study of Howard W. Odum's 'New Regionalism' and Its Effect on the Collecting, Study, and Literary Use of Folklore at the University of North Carolina: 1920-1935." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1986. Chapters on Odum's influence on William T. Couch, Paul Green, and Guy Johnson.

618. Sandmel, F. F. "The Conception and the Creation: A Critical Evaluation of the Work of the Carolina Playmakers." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1941.

619. Saunders, J. Maryon. "Chase Decade Marks Eminent Achievement." Alumni Review 18 (1929-30):156-58. History of UNC in the 1920s.

620. Sawyer, Albert. "Anti-Communism: Its Effects on Academe." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988.

621. Scheibner, George Curt. "Psychographic Analysis of a Public Radio Audience Based on Program Preferences: The 1986 WUNC Listen Survey." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988.

622. "School of Law Faculty: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989-90." Chapel Hill: School of Law, 1989.

623. Schumann, Marguerite. "Academic Fireworks Was the Scene." The State 43 (Dec. 1975): 14-16. On Benjamin Hedrick, Horace Williams, and the Hedrick-Williams House.

624. Schumann, Marguerite. The First State University: A Walking Guide. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1972. Rev. ed., 1985. Contains brief descriptions and history of campus buildings and landmarks.

625. Schumann, Marguerite. "History Hangs on the Di-Phi Walls." The State 44 (Aug. 1976):8­ 10. On the Di-Phi portraits.

626. Schumann, Marguerite. "The Stories These Walls Could Tell!" The State 45 (Jan. 19'Z8): 18-20. On Person Hall.

627. Schumann, Marguerite. "Take the Law Where the Action Is." The State 45 (Sept.1977):20-21. On the Institute of Government.

628. Schwartz, David. "U.S. Senate Gains a Controversial Voice: Paul Wellstone '65 Launches Campaign for Social Issues." Carolina Alumni Review 80 (Summer 1991):29-35. Biographical article on a Carolina alumnus who was involved with speaker ban protests and other civil rights issues at Carolina and who is a U.S. Senator from Minnesota.

629. "Scientific Investigation at the University, 1795-1910." University Record, no. 86 (Nov. 1910).

630. Scott, Tom. "A History of lntercollegiate Athletics at the University of North Carolina: A Report of a Type C Project." Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, 1955.

631. Selden, Samuel, and Mary Tom Sphangos. Frederick Henry Koch. Pioneer Playmaker: A Brief Biography. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Library, 1954.

632. Sellers, Charles. James K. Polk: Jacksonian. 1795-1843. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1957. Section on Polk at UNC (1810s).

633. Sellers, Charles Grier, Jr. "Jim Polk Goes to Chapel Hill." North Carolina Historical Review 29 (1952): 189-203. On Polk's days as UNC student.

634. "The Semi-centennial of the Reopening of the University." University Record, no. 227 (Oct. 1925).

635. "Several Claim Honor of 'Oldest State University. "' Alumni Review 22 (1933-34): 165. Discusses claims by the University of Georgia, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Vermont, and the UNC.

636. Shafer, Mark W. "The Desegregation of a Public University System: Conflict between the Consolidated University of North Carolina and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1969-1979." Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1980.

637. Sharp, Paul F. "University Day, 1965: Address by Chancellor Paul F. Sharp, October 12, 1965."

638. Sharp, Sally Bennett. "Nancy Rhoden: A Tribute to Friendship and Irreverent Intellect." North Carolina Law Review 68 (June 1990):839-840. Biographical memorial on the occasion of Professor of Law Nancy Rhoden's death in October 1989.

639. Sharpe, Bill. "Coates's School." The State 12 (Oct. 14, 1944):6-7. On Albert Coates and the Institute of Government.

640. Sharpe, David. "One Damn Book after Another." Carolina Magazine (Jan. 1948):8-9, 27, 32. On the history of the University of North Carolina Press.

641. Shearin, Paul E. "History of the Physics Department: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." Typescript, 1965.

642. "Should the Bones of General Davie Be Brought to Rest in Chapel Hill?" Alumni Review 27 (1938-39):18.

643. Shumaker, Jim. "Let Me Share This with You." Carolina Alumni Review 74 (Winter 1986):27-28. On Bill Friday's relationship with the press.

644. Simon, Ken. Pizza Face. or the Hero of Suburbia. New York: Grove Weidenfield, 1991. Fictional account of student life at the University.

645. Singal, Daniel Joseph. The War Within: From Victorian to Modernist Thought in the South. 1919-1945. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1982. Chapters on Howard Odum and the Regionalists and on William T. Couch and the University of North Carolina Press.

646. Smith, Charles Lee. The History of Education in North Carolina. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1888. One chapter (about fifty pages) on UNC; important early photographs of buildings.

647. Smylie, Jonathan. "Carolina Now Has 14 Pulitzer Winners." Alumni Review 70 (June 1982):4-8. Discusses UNC's Pulitzer-winning alumni; includes list.

648. Snell, Chester D. "The University That Is Not in Chapel Hill." Alumni Review 14 (1925­-26): 142-43. On the history and work of the Extension Division.

649. Snider, Jane. "Women at Carolina--From 'The Petticoat Invasion' to Coed Dorms." Alumni Review 59 (May 1971): 18-20.

650. Snider, William D. Light on the Hill: a History of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 1992.

651. "The Soldiers' Monument Unveiled." Alumni Review 1 (1912-13):184-84. Dedication of the campus monument to commemorate UNC's Confederate dead.

652. Sommer, Sebastian C. "New Moon over Chapel Hill." The State 16 (March 5, 1949):3-4, 17. On Morehead Planetarium.

653. Spearman. Walter. The Carolina Playmakers: The First Fifty Years. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1970.

654. Spencer, Cornelia P. "Dr. Joseph Caldwell: A Study." North Carolina University Magazine 12 (1892-93):45-55.

655. Spencer, Cornelia P. "Old Days in Chapel Hill." University Monthly 3 (1883-84):289-93, 326-29,394-98; 4 (1884-85):15 22; North Carolina University Magazine 4 (1884­85):109-16; 7 (1887-88):12-17,54-60,98-104,151-59,214-21; 8 (1888 89):2-10, 59-64,116-24,147-53,213-19,266-71; 9 (1889-90):18-23; 10 (1890-91):43-56. This series was published irregularly for several years in the magazine. The first installment, described in an editorial as a "fore-runner" of the series, depicts life in the area before UNC came. The first of the regular series (the second listed above) describes early professors. The second (incorrectly numbered the third in its title) tells of the cultural life of early Chapel Hill. The third (number 4 in its title) was on the life and work of Elisha Mitchell. The fourth discusses the work of Joseph Caldwell and David Swain. The fifth was mainly on William Hooper. The sixth describes the early faculty, especially James Phillips. The seventh, eighth, and ninth were on Swain; the seventh is critical, the eighth complimentary, and the ninth discusses the marriage of Swain's daughter. The tenth is on William Mercer Green. The eleventh gives the history of the University Magazine. The twelfth describes the role of the college tutors. The thirteenth tells of several ante-bellum faculty members. The fourteenth is on UNC's ballroom. The fifteenth discusses Chapel Hill's doctors, and the sixteenth discusses the town's business growth. The seventeenth and last one is on Benjamin Hedrick.

656. Spencer, Cornelia Phillips. "Pen and Ink Sketches of the University of North Carolina." Typescript in North Carolina Collection. "From the Raleigh Sentinel, April 26 to July 6, 1869." General history of UNC to 1869.

657. Spencer, Cornelia Phillips. Selected Papers of Cornelia Phillips Spencer. Edited by Louis R. Wilson. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1953. Many deal with Chapel Hill and UNC, 1865-1895.

658. Stacy, W. P. "Fifty Years in Retrospect." Alumni Review 14 (1925-26):39-40, 45-46. History of UNC since the re opening, looking at each presidential administration. Includes number of faculty and students for each year. Also in University Record, no. 227 (Oct. 1925):50-57.

659. Stahl, Jeaneane W. "The Ackland: Twenty Years of Dreams and Realities." Alumni Review 66 (Jan. 1978):5-10. On the Ackland Art Museum.

660. Stahl, Jeaneane W. "Campus Buildings Names Project Is Product of History Class." Alumni Review 68 (Jan. 1980):14. On a history major's class project: researching the history of various campus buildings. Includes quiz.

661. Stahl, Jeaneane W. "The Way It Was." Alumni Review 68 (Jan. 1980):6-8, 12. Year-by-year look at happenings, trends, etc., at UNC during the 1970s.

662. Stahr, Alden. "Thomas Wolfe at Chapel Hill." Carolina Magazine 61 (April 10, 1932):1-8. Describes Wolfe's days as a student at UNC.

663. Stancill, Jane. "It Was Wartime." Alumni Review 76 (Fall 1987):43-46. UNC in World War II.

664. Staples, Raymond. "Chapel Hill Is 'Our Town' in Novels." Alumni Review 28 (1939­40): 186-87. Describes seven writers who used Chapel Hill as a setting for their novels.

665. Stephens, Florence W. "Getting Next to a Great Man Is Easy Proposition." Alumni Review 15 (1926-27): 119, 140. On William Rand Kenan, Jr.

666. Stephenson, H. Hermes. "Old Commons." University of North Carolina Magazine 33 (1915-16):60-62. A brief history of the gym/ballroom building.

667. Stewart, Alva. "The Man Who Taught Us Our History: Albert Ray Newsome Has Been Dead Nearly Four Decades, But He's Still Influencing What Students Learn About the Tar Heel State." The State 57 (Aug. 1989):34-37. Biographical essay about a University alumnus and professor.

668. Stick, David, and William C. Friday. William S. Powell North Carolina Historian. North Caroliniana Society imprints, no. 10. Chapel Hill: North Caroliniana Society, 1985.

669. Stoddard, George Dinsmore. "East and West in Education: An Address." Address by the president of the University of lllinois at the Convocation of the University of North Carolina, July 3, 1947.

670. Stokes, John H. "Twenty-One Years of Progress." Alumni Review 56 (1968):8-11. History of UNC radio and television.

671. Stolpen, Steven. Chapel Hill: A Pictorial History. Norfolk, Va.: Donning Co., 1978.

672. Stone, Richard G. "The Graham Plan of 1935: An Aborted Crusade to De-emphasize College Athletics." North Carolina Historical Review 64 (July 1987):274-293.

673. Stoney; George C. "Didn't Used to Be That-a-way." Carolina Magazine 66 (Jan. 1937):22­25. "As told to the Author by an Old Man from Carrboro." Oral history concerning UNC. Not dated, but most events described appear to be from late 19th century.

674. Straley, Harrison Wilson, III, and R. J. Martin. "Early Days in Geophysics at the University of North Carolina." Typescript in North Carolina Collection.

675. "Strong Sentiment for Women's Building." Alumni Review 9 (1920-21):276-77. Push for women's dorm; contains some history of women on campus.

676. "Student Congress: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." Chapel Hill: The Congress, 1989.

677. Sugarman, Joe. "Carolina's Greatest Political Campaign." Carolina Magazine 67 (March 1938):2-6; (April 1938):11-16. On campus politics, early-mid 1930s.

678. Sugarman, Joe, and Harper Barnes. "Now It Can Be Told: Bledsoe's Political History Continued." Carolina Magazine 65 (May 1936):12-15. Campus politics of 1930s.

679. Sumner, Jim L. "The North Carolina Inter-Collegiate Foot-Ball Association: The Beginnings of College Football in North Carolina." North Carolina Historical Review 65 (1988):263-86. Much on UNC football in the 1880s.

680. "A Survey of Statutory Changes in North Carolina " (Also called "North Carolina ... Session Laws.") North Carolina Law Review 9 (1930-31): 369-70 ("University Consolidation"). Ibid., 11 (1932-33):200 ("Unclaimed deposits"). Ibid., 15 (1936­37):350-51 ("Escheats"). 25 (1946-47):421-23 ("Escheats"). Ibid., 36 (1957­58): 148-51 ("Escheats").

681. Swain, David L. "Dr. James Phillips." University Monthly 1 (May 1882):51-53.

682. Sykes, Charles J. "A Tradition at Risk: Undergraduate Education at the University of North Carolina." A John Locke Foundation sponsored study of the University, 1992.

683. "Tar Heel Voices." Alumni Review 54 (1965-66):82. On William Rand Kenan, Jr.

684. Tauber, Maurice F. Louis Round Wilson: Librarian and Administrator. New York: Columbia University Press, 1967.

685. Taubman, Andrew B. "Money Redistribution Between Income Classes Via a State Subsidy of Tuition at the University of North Carolina." Chapel Hill: 1989.

686. Taylor, George Coffin. So This Is Education! [New Bern, N.C.], 1980. Autobiographical; Taylor was Professor of English at UNC, 1925-1950.

687. Taylor, Lawrence. LT: Living on the Edge. New York: Times Books, 1987. Taylor writes of his years as UNC football player.

688. Teague, A. Christine. "Crystalline Methamphetamine and Recreational Drug Abuse Patterns in the UNC Greek System." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1991.

689. Tennille, Norton F., Jr. "Things That Never Happened." Carolina Alumni Review (Fall 1987):65-68. Reminiscences of UNC in the early 1960s.
690. Terres, John K. From Laurel Hill to Siler's Bog. New York: Knopf, 1969. Description of Mason Farm area of UNC lands.
691. Terry, Walter. "Solomon Pool: The Forgotten President." Carolina Magazine 62 (May 14, 1933):5, 7.

692. Thompson, Cleon Franklyn, Jr. "A Comparison of Black and White Public Institutions of Higher Education in North Carolina." Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, 1977. Partly historical.

693. Thompson, Holland M. "The Magazine for Fifty Years." North Carolina University Magazine 13 (1893-94):273-87. History of the University Magazine.

694. Thornton, Mary L. "Professor Sans Pupils." The State 29 (Jan. 20,1962):14. On David Ker.

695. Thorpe, Judith L. "A Study of the Peace Movement at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Viewed within the Context of the Nation, 1964-1971." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1972.

696. Tilley, Greta. "The Man as President--It's Not a Simple Thing." Carolina Alumni Review 74 (Winter 1986):23-25. On Bill Friday and his contributions to UNC.

697. Tindall, Bruce. "More Than Five Million Documents Now Logged in Southern Historical Collection at Library." Alumni Review 61 (March 1973):9.

698. Tindall, George B. "The Significance of Howard W. Odum to Southern History: A Preliminary Estimate." Journal of Southern History 24 (1958):285-307.

699. Tisue, Kaarin. "Moral Development, Neutralization Theory, and College Cheating." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1990.

700. Tomberlin, B. M. "William Richardson Davie." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1942.

701. Tripp, Gladys Best. "Land of the Trees." The State 7 (March 2, 1940):4-5,20. On the campus landscape.

702. Tucker, Glenn. Zeb Vance: Champion of Personal Freedom. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1965. Vance at UNC (early 1850s).

703. Turnbull, Andrew. Thomas Wolfe. New York: Scribner's, 1967. Contains a chapter on Wolfe as UNC student.

704. UNC School of Law 1990 Alumni Directory. South Bend, Indiana: Carleton Graphics, 1990.

705. "The University and Women Students." Alumni Review 11 (1922-23):185-87. Concerning UNC's policy of admitting women; contains lengthy statement by President Chase.

706. "University at Risk: An Assessment of the State Budget Cuts' Impact on Education and Services at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." 1990. Student-initiated assessment of the effects of the 1990 budget cuts on education at the University.

707. "University Colors Outgrowth of Long Tradition." Alumni Review 16 (1927-28):281.

708. "University Day and Installation of Paul Hardin as Chancellor, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Commemorating the One Hundred Ninety-Fifth Anniversary of the Laying of the Cornerstone of Old East, October 12, 1793." 1988.

709. "The University Goes on the Air." Alumni Review 28 (1939-1940):137. On UNC's radio station.

710. "University Is Made Subject of Attack in Petition to Governor Gardner." Alumni Review 21 (1932-33): 14. Describes a petition signed by 285 people against campus visits by people such as Langston Hughes, Bertrand Russell, etc.

711. "University of North Carolina." North Carolina University Magazine 1 (1852):81-85. Brief history of education in North Carolina before 1789, including the founding of UNC.

712. The University of North Carolina 1990 Bicentennial Directory of Alumni. 1991. The most complete listing of alumni with their addresses; it also has a necrology of deceased alumni.

713. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chancellor's Committee on Community and Diversity. "Final Report." 1991. Study and recommendations on increasing community and diversity at the University.

714. "University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Presidents and Chancellors, 1795-1957." Alumni Review 45 (1956-57):xvii [in supplement between pp. 222 and 223]. Portraits and brief biographical sketches; reprinted from Popular Government.

715. "The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill [printed map]." 1991. Self-guided tour with description on reverse.

716. "The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Review." 1988. Study of the University by an independent team authorized by the Search Committee for the Chancellor of UNC-CH in 1987.

717. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: The First 200 Years. Chapel Hill: General Alumni Association, 1987. Pictures and essays by several authors.

718. "The University of North Carolina Press." University Record, no. 228 (Nov. 1925): 1-33.

719. The University of North Carolina Sesquicentennial Publications. Directed by Louis Round Wilson. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1945-53. Relevant titles are listed individually elsewhere. This list contains all titles in the series. A State University Surveys the Humanities, edited with a foreword by Loren C. MacKinney, Nicholson B. Adams, and Harry K. Russell (1945); Pioneering a People's Theatre, edited with a foreword by Archibald Henderson (1945); Studies in Language and Literature, edited with a foreword by George R. Coffinan (1945); Secondary Education in the South, edited with a foreword by W. Carson Ryan, J. Minor Gwynn, and Arnold K. King (1946); In Search of the Regional Balance of America, edited with a foreword by Howard W. Odum and Katharine Jocher (1945); Library Resources of the University of North Carolina: A Summary of Facilities for Study and Research, edited with a foreword by Charles E. Rush (1945); Studies in Science, edited with a foreword by W. C. Coker (1946); Research and Regional Welfare: Papers Presented at a Conference on Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. May 9-10-11. 1945, edited by Robert E. Coker, with a foreword by Louis R. Wilson (1946); The Graduate School: Research and Publications, edited with a foreword by Edgar W. Knight and Agatha Boyd Adams (1946); Books from Chapel Hill: A Complete Catalogue. 1923-1945 (1946); University Extension in Action, by Russell M. Grumman (1947); The Chronicles of the Sesquicentennial, edited with a foreword by Louis R. Wilson (1947); A Century of Legal Education, edited with a foreword by Robert H. Wettach (1947); The Graduate School: Dissertations and Theses, edited by James L. Godfrey, Fletcher M. Green, and W. W. Pierson (1947); Studies in History and Political Science, edited with a foreword by A. R. Newsome (1947); The Campus of the First State University, by Archibald Henderson (1949); A Documentary History of the University of North Carolina. 1776-1799, compiled and annotated by R. D. W. Connor, edited with a preface by Louis R. Wilson and Hugh T. Lefler (2 vols: 1953).

720. "The University Seal: It Wasn't Really 'Sinister.'" Alumni Review 63 (March 1975): 16-17. History of UNC seal.

721. Vance, Zebulon B. "The Life and Character of Hon. David L. Swain." University Magazine 1 (1878):73-93. A commencement address that contains much on UNC. Also published, with same title, as pamphlet (Durham: W.T. Blackwell, 1878).

722. Vaughan, James Herbert, Jr. "The Integration of Negroes into the Law School of the University of North Carolina." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1952. Partly historical and descriptive, partly sociological.

723. Venable, Francis P. "A College President of a Hundred Years Ago." University Record, no. 91 (April 1911):5-15. On Joseph Caldwell.

724. Venable, Francis P. "The University and the State." University Record 6 (1900-1):9-15. Venable's University Day address, containing a brief general history of UNC.

725. Vickers, James. "An Office Well Served: Curriculum and Research Excell Under Chancellor Fordham's Leadership." Carolina Alumni Review 77 (Spring 1988):6-8.

726. Vickers, James. Chapel Hill: An Illustrated History. Chapel Hill: Barclay Publishers, 1985.

727. Vickers, James. "Sharing the Wisdom of Their Years: Retired Faculty Find Camaraderie in New Association." Carolina Alumni Review 76 (Winter 1988):34-38. The UNC Association of Retired Faculty helps professors stay in touch with the University after they retire.

728. Vickers, James. "The Hill Family Legacy." Carolina Alumni Review 75 (Spring 1987):25­-29. On the contributions of John Sprunt Hill and George Watts Hill to UNC.

729. "View and Review of the University Catalogue." North Carolina University Magazine 2 (1853):364-67. Contemporary account of UNC--students, faculty, departments, and so forth--with historical background.

730. "A Visit to the University." North Carolina University Magazine 7 (1857-58):227-31. A former student visits UNC and tells of changes in the 20 years that have elapsed, especially in the students and the library, and how some things have remained the same.

731. "W. I. [i.e., I. W.] Rand Meets Death While Being Hazed: The Findings of the Faculty Investigation." Alumni Review 1 (1912-13): 11-13.

732. Waddell, Alfred M. The Ante-Bellum University: Oration Delivered at the Celebration of the Centennial of the University of North Carolina. June 5th.. 1895. Wilmington, N.C.: Jackson & Bell, 1895. Describes the role ofUNC in the development of North Carolina.

733. Wagstaff, H. M., ed. The Harris Letters. James Sprunt Historical Publications, vol 14. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1916. Letters of Professor Charles W. Harris, many of which discuss UNC.

734. Wagstaff, Henry M. Impressions of Men and Movements at the University of North Carolina. Edited by Louis R. Wilson. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1950.

735. Wagstaff, Henry McGilbert. "Unpublished Sketches of University Administration." Typescript (ed. by Louis R. Wilson) in North Carolina Collection. Material not included in Wagstaff's Impressions.

736. Walker, Thomas H. "Television Station Meets with Good Reception." Alumni Review 43 (1954-55):98-105. On new WUNC-TV.

737. Wallace, Jimmy. "Wasted Bricks." Carolina Magazine (Feb. 1943): 14-15, 28-29. Critical history of campus architecture.

738. Walser, Richard. The Black Poet: Being the Remarkable Story (partly Told by Himself) of George Moses Horton. a North Carolina Slave. New York: Philosophical Library, 1966. Much on Horton's relationship to UNC.

739. Walser, Richard. "Editor Who Threw Out the Ads." The State 39 (Jan. 1, 1972): 13-14. On Thomas Wolfe and the Tar Heel.

740. Walser, Richard. Thomas Wolfe: Undergraduate. Durham: Duke University Press, 1977.

741. Way, William. "The Story of Two Portraits." University Record, no. 189 [1921]:3-13. On portrait of William R Davie, presented to UNC in 1920.

742. Weaver, Fred H. "The Tradition of Student Life at Chapel Hill." Carolina Ouarterly 5 (Spring 1953):14-22.

743. Webb, Mena. Jule Carr: General without an Army. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1987. Chapter on UNC in Civil War; also various references to the role of the Carrs in UNC.

744. Webb, W. R, Jr. "Anecdote and Reminiscence." North Carolina University Magazine 14 (1894-95):267-71. Short anecdotes on David Swain and others.

745. Webb, W. R, Jr., and E. C. Gregory. "Anecdote and Reminiscence." North Carolina University Magazine 14 (1894-95):33-37. Two anecdotes of classroom humor, one involving Joseph Caldwell.

746. Weeks, Stephen B. "Biographical Sketches ofthe Confederate Dead of the University of North Carolina." North Carolina University Magazine 7 (1887-88):35-40, 83-86, 109-13,171-76, 232-36, 262-65; 8 (1888-89):27-29, 75-79,176-79, 227-31, 271­74; 9 (1889-90):25-28, 80-82, 140-43, 198-201, 340-45; 10 (1890-91): 102-9, 160­66, Brief sketches of UNC students killed in the Civil War.

747. Weeks, Stephen B. "The University of North Carolina in 1805." North Carolina University Magazine 13 (1893-94):328-39. Reprints personal letters, with background, on student unrest in 1805.

748. Weeks, Stephen B. "The University of North Carolina in the Civil War." University Record 2 (1897-98):9-10, 14-15, 30-31, 43. Excerpts trom a lecture.

749. Weeks, Stephen B. "The University of North Carolina in the Civil War." University of North Carolina Magazine 28 (Nov. 1910):5-17.

750. Weeks, Stephen B. The University of North Carolina in the Civil War. Richmond: Wm. Ellis Jones, 1896. Reprinted from Southern Historical Society Papers, vol. 24.

751. Weiss, Charles Manuel. "An Historical Outline of the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering." Chapel Hill: School of Public Health, University of North Carolina, 1967.

752. West, Hubert A. "The History of Track and Field at the University of North Carolina in the Atlantic Coast Conference, 1954-1976." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1979.

753. Wettach, Robert H., ed. A Century of Legal Education. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1947. History of UNC's Law School.

754. Weyr, Garret. Pretty Girls: A Novel. New York: Crown Publishers, 1988. Fictional account of student life at the University.

755. Whichard, Willis Padgett. "Administrative Law--Judicial Review--Procedural Due Process in Student Disciplinary Proceedings." North Carolina Law Review 43 (1964­65):152-61. Discussion of legal aspects of In re Carter (1964), in which a UNC student, suspended for cheating, appealed to state courts for judicial review.

756. White, Viola C. Partridge in a Swamp: The Journals of Viola C. White. 1918-1941. Taftsville, Vt.: Countryman Press, 1979. Chapter on her years as student at UNC.

757. Whitefield, Clarence E. The Distinguished Professorships at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: A Brief History of Who Endowed Them. When They Were Established. Who They Honor. and a Current Listing of Those Faculty Members Who Presently Hold Them. Chapel Hill, 1983.

758. Wicker, Tom. "The Future of the University at the End of an Era." Carolina Alumni Review 74 (Winter 1986):7-19. Wicker's interview (with background notes) with Bill Friday on Friday's retirement.

759. Wicker, Tom. "The Legacy of Dr. Frank." Carolina Alumni Review 80 (Spring 1991):8­12. Article centers around June 24, 1950, when Graham lost the second primary for Senate to Willis Smith and is biographical about Frank Porter Graham's presidency of the University.

760. Wilkinson, Billy Rayford. "The Thomas Wolfe Collection of the University of North Carolina." M.L.S. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1960.

761. "The William and Ida Friday Continuing Education Center." Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1990. Information packet on the Friday Center for conference planners and participants.

762. William Donald Carmichael Jr., 1900-1961. [N.p., n.d.] Memorial statement of UNC Board of Trustees about Carmichael, Controller and Vice President of UNC.

763. "William R. Kenan Center at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill." 1987. Describes Kenan Charitable Trust and Kenan Center Building.

764. Williams, Henry Horace. The Education of Horace Williams. Chapel Hill: The Author, 1936. Combination autobiography/memoirs/philosophy, with much on UNC.

765. Williams, J. Derek. '"It Wasn't Slavery Time Anymore': Foodworkers' Strike at Chapel Hill, Spring 1969." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1979.

766. Williams, Jeaneane. "Authors Write about Chapel Hill: The Fabric of Their Lives." Alumni Review 69 (Dec. 1980):4-8, 10-11. How former students of UNC have used Chapel Hill as a setting for their novels. Continued in "More Authors Write about Chapel Hill--Even When They 'Change Their Skies.'" Ibid., 69 (Feb. 1981):6-13.

767. Williams, Jeaneane. "Class Gifts--Something to Remember You By." Alumni Review 69 (Feb. 1981):14-15. History of class gifts at UNC.

768. Williams, Max R. "The Education of William A. Graham." North Carolina Historical Review 40 (1963):1-14. UNC in the early 1820s.

769. Williams, Samuel Cole. Beginnings of West Tennessee: In the Land of the Chickasaws. 1541-1841. Johnson City, Tenn.: Watauga Press, 1930. Includes brief chapter on "The University Lands" and problems between N.C. and Tenn. over them.

770. Willis, H. S. "The Early University Magazine." University of North Carolina Magazine 29 (March 1912):26-28.

771. Willis, Stuart. "The Evolution of the Magazine." University of North Carolina Magazine 31 (1913-14): 162-77. History of the University Magazine.

772. Wilson, John B., Jr. "Telling Alma Mater's Life Story: How the Documentary Video 'A Place on the Hill' Was Made." Carolina Alumni Review 79 (Winter 1990):30-37.

773. Wilson, Louis R. "The Acquisition of the Stephen B. Weeks Collection of Caroliniana." North Carolina Historical Review 42 (1965):424-29. The beginnings of the North Carolina Collection.

774. Wilson, Louis R. The Chronicles of the Sesquicentennial. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1947. A record of the events of the celebration.

775. Wilson, Louis R. "Dr. Wilson Writes of Three Decades of Consolidation. " Alumni Review 51 (1962-63):132, 144.

776. Wilson, Louis R. Harry Woodburn Chase. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1960.

777. Wilson, Louis R. The Library of the First State University. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1960.

778. Wilson, Louis R. Louis Round Wilson's Historical Sketches. Durham, N.C.: Moore Publishing Co., 1976. A number of chapters are on various University topics.

779. Wilson, Louis R. The Research Triangle of North Carolina: A Notable Achievement in University, Governmental, and Industrial Co-operative Development. Chapel Hill: Colonial Press, 1967.

780. Wilson, Louis R. "Sketches of Men, Movements, and Incidents in the History of the University of North Carolina." Typescript in North Carolina Collection.

781. Wilson, Louis R. The University of North Carolina. 1900-1930: The Making of a Modem University. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1957.

782. Wilson, Louis R. The University of North Carolina under Consolidation, 1931-1963: History and Appraisal. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Consolidated. Office, 1964. An index was published separately.

783. Wilson, Louis R., ed. "Edward Kidder Graham, 1876-1918." University Record, no. 162 (Jan. 1919). Published on the occasion of Graham's death.

784. Wilson, Louis R., ed. "Marvin Hendrix Stacy, 1877-1919." University Record, no. 163 (March 1919). Published on the occasion of Stacy's death.

785. Wilson, Martin. "The Real Leader of Pickett's Charge: Picket May Have Won Fame for the Notorious Battle, but a North Carolinian Was the Real Hero." The State 59 (Jan. 1992): 14-15. Biographical piece on James Johnston Pettigrew with a brief mention of his University days.

786. Wilson, Peter Mitchel. Southern Exposure. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1927. Two chapters on UNC in 1860s.

787. Wing, Mary Jane. "A History of the School of Library Science of the University of North Carolina: The First Twenty-five Years." M.S.L.S., University of North Carolina, 1958.

788. Winston, George T. "The First Faculty: Its Work and Its Opportunity." University Record, n.s., 1 (1901-2): 18-31. Much is on later UNC history.

789. Winston, George T. "The University of To-day. " North Carolina University Magazine 13 (1893-94):325-328.

790. Winston, Robert Watson. Horace Williams: Gadfly of Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1942.

791. Winston, Robert Watson. It's a Far Cry. New York: Henry Holt, 1937. UNC in late 1870s.

792. "Winston Caldwell." North Carolina University Magazine 16 (1898-99): 19-25. On UNC janitor.

793. Wodehouse, Lawrence. "Frank Pierce Milburn (1868-1926), a Major Southern Architect. " North Carolina Historical Review 50 (1973):289-303. Milburn designed 13 buildings for UNC.

794. Wong, Russell J. "The Emergence of the Music Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." 1989.

795. Wood, Dorothy Adkins. Louis Leon Thurstone: Creative Thinker, Dedicated Teacher, Eminent sychologist. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1962.

796. Wood, James E. "Fighting the Flu on Campus: The Influenza Outbreak of 1918-1919 That Killed Millions of People Worldwide Took a Heavy Toll on Young Army Trainees at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." The State 57 (April 1990):20-21.

797. Woollcott, Philip. "Fifty-four Years of the Y.M.C.A." University of North Carolina Magazine 31 (1913-14):285-94.

798. Worth, Thomas Allen. "Problems of Desegregation in Public Higher Education in North Carolina: The Department of Health, Education and Welfare vs. the University of North Carolina." Honors thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1978.

799. Yackety Yack: Silver Anniversary Reunion. 1951-1976. 1976. Twenty-fifth reunion edition of Yackety Yack with short alumni biographies.

800. "Year 1941-42 Parallels 1917-18 for University." Alumni Review 30 (1941-42):121-22. Compares UNC in World War I and World War II.

801. York, Maurice C. "The Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies' Contributions to the Library of the University of North Carolina, 1886-1906." North Carolina Historical Review 59 (1982):327-53. A revision of the author's 1977 M.L.S. thesis, titled: "The Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies' Efforts at Library Development at the University of North Carolina, 1875-1906."

802. Young, Victor V. "The Evolution of Student Government at Carolina." Carolina Magazine 40 (Nov. 1922): 12-13.


INDEX

Ackland Art Museum 229, 659
Alderman, Edwin A. 60, 230, 261, 496
alumni 16, 122, 210, 307, 314, 341, 381, 390, 396, 397, 452, 462, 539, 552, 628, 647, 667, 704, 712, 785, 799
alumni organizations 15, 276
American Association of University Professors 577
Art Department 26
astronomical observatory 34
athletics 51, 75, 89, 131,198, 227, 250, 267, 269, 278, 305, 321, 342, 352, 361, 374, 397, 427, 444, 459, 462, 481, 493, 498, 499, 505, 511, 513, 523, 524, 530, 531, 532, 553, 590, 591, 597, 630, 672, 679, 687, 752
Avery, Waightstill 534
Aycock, Charles B. 549
Aycock, William Brantley 41,42, 43, 155, 296


baseball 227, 397, 532
basketball 198, 364, 499, 523, 524, 530, 531, 590, 597
Battle, Kemp P. 60, 159, 236, 261, 274, 406, 428
Battle, Lucy M. 273
Battle, Richard Henry 137
Battle family 72
Bauer, A. G. 108
bell-ringer 610
Bennett, John S. 403
Benton, Thomas H. 127
Boll Weevil (student magazine) 280
Brandis, Henry P., Jr. 38, 100, 110, 144, 458, 466, 469
Branson, Eugene Cunningham 102
Buccaneer (student magazine) 104, 280, 332, 358, 507
Buchanan, James 35,166
Butler, Marion 323


Caldwell, Joseph 19, 34, 59, 66,112, 223, 421, 422, 723, 745
Caldwell, Wilson (Winston) 69, 792
campus(general) 164, 317, 318, 355, 480, 701, 715
campus architecture 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 24, 37, 53, 79, 108, 111, 208, 246, 285, 346, 358, 405, 463, 476, 624, 660, 666, 737, 793
campus landmarks 37, 66, 207, 241, 243, 335, 359, 545, 552, 582, 624, 651, 652
Carmichael, William D. 762
Carolina Playmakers 350, 439, 483, 618, 653
Carr, Jule 743
catalogs 123, 385, 622
Chapman, Robert Hett 60, 211
Chase, Harry W. 142, 143, 399, 776
Chemistry Department 105, 106, 107, 194
cheerleaders 294
Chinese students 36
civil rights demonstrations 49, 144, 216, 235, 628
Civil War 18, 50, 67, 163, 168,287, 301, 329, 473, 601, 743, 746, 748, 749, 750, 785, 786
class gifts 767
Coates, Albert 40, 158, 312, 379, 465, 611, 639
Cobb, Collier 334, 370
Communications Center 551
Connor, R.D.W. 228
consolidation 176, 470, 526, 594, 775
Continuing Education 197, 761
Convocation addresses 272, 357, 669
Couch, William T. 617, 645
Cunningham, John W. 396


Davie, William R 260, 330, 398, 534, 561,600, 642, 700, 741
Davie Poplar 207
Davis, Alexander Jackson 8, 12, 79
Dentistry School 438
Department of City and Regional Planning 556, 557
Department of Economics 362
desegregation 44, 114, 136, 195, 218, 234, 339, 353, 576, 636, 692, 722, 798
Dialectic (Literary) Society 99, 140, 219, 220, 271, 336, 487, 565, 592, 625, 801
disturbances (student) 74, 320, 543, 747 .
donors 47, 222
Dramatic Arts Department 441
Dramatic Association 472
dramatic works 536, 548
dress code 226
Dromgoole, Peter 57, 179, 190, 414


Educational Foundation 232
English Department 486,489,686
evolution controversy 275, 303
Extension Division 268, 316, 420, 485, 648


faculty(general) 56, 655, 727, 757, 788
Finjan (student magazine) 280
foodworkers' strike 765
football 51, 250, 305, 352, 498, 511, 553, 591, 679, 687, 787
Ford, Gerald 277
Fordham, Christopher 138, 288, 559, 725
Forest Theater 593
Fowler, Robbins 201
Frank Porter Graham Distinguished Professorship in History 264
Franklin, Benjamin 224
fraternities 325, 393, 402, 464, 688
Freemasonry 111, 468, 561
Friday, William C. 5, 156, 281, 283, 389, 446, 447, 643, 696, 758
Fuller, Edwin 497


Gardner, O. Max 526
Garrett, Thomas Miles 331
Gerrard Hall 416, 490
Gillaspie, James Smiley 60
Gimghoul Castle 190
Graduate School and graduate degrees 205, 300, 437, 571
Graham, Edward Kidder 142, 143, 170, 233, 783
Graham, Frank Porter 30,33, 142, 143, 263, 264, 281, 326, 356, 378, 399, 420, 585, 672, 759
Graham, William A. 68, 768
Gray, C. Boyden 210
Gray, Gordon 120
Green, Paul, 342, 617
Green, William Mercer 655


hazing 508, 550, 731
Harris, Charles W. 60, 733
Harrisse, Henri 435
Health Affairs Division 139
Hedrick, Benjamin S. 185, 327, 360, 623, 655
Henderson, Archibald 23, 354
Hill family 728
History Department 73, 274, 375, 377, 406
Hogg, James 395
Holden, William W. 340, 589
Honor Code 509, 699
honorary degrees 365
Hooper, William 655
Horton, George Moses 391, 738
House, Robert B. 128, 558
humanities 113


Institute for Research in Social Science 401
Institute of Govemment 149, 265, 312, 345, 425, 613, 624, 639


Jones, H.F. 29
Jones, Howard Mumford 412
Jones, Willie 599
Justice, Charlie 250


Kenan, William Rand 665, 683
Kenan Professorships 373
Ker, David 56, 60, 206, 694
Koch, Frederick 174, 631
Kyser, Kay 452


Lefler, Hugh 284
Lenoir, William 404
library 45, 46, 47, 219, 448, 461, 504, 533, 567, 586, 777, 794, 801


Madry Bob 434
mascot 457
McCorkle, Samuel Eusibius 383, 534
McIver, Charles 363
McKay, Martha 341
Manning, Isaac Hall 326
Medical School 76, 217, 326, 492, 538, 584
Memorial Hall 108
Milburn, Frank Pierce 793
Mitchell, Elisha 60, 125, 655
Morehead, John M. 167,173, 442, 510
Murphy, Pete 411
Music Library 794
Myrdal, Gunnar 392


news bureau 196, 434
Newsome, Albert Ray 667
North Carolina Collection 407, 503, 773


Odum Howard W. 97,275, 617, 645, 698
Old East 413, 502
Old Well 14, 310
Operations Research 252
Order of the Gimghoul 190
Order of the Golden Fleece 184


Person Hall 626
personal reminiscences 116, 118, 148, 154, 177, 187, 192, 241,242, 315, 347, 366, 371, 379, 412, 475, 478, 479, 482, 486, 604, 605, 606, 607, 673, 686, 689, 756
Pettigrew, James Johnston 785
Pharmacy School 193, 484, 540
Phi Beta Kappa 148
Philanthropic (Literary) Society 99, 140, 186, 271, 293, 336, 533, 562, 567, 568, 592, 625, 801
Phillips, Charles 28, 60, 70
Phillips, James 655, 681
Phillips, Laura Caroline 161
Phillips, Samuel Field 516
Photographic Services 52
Physical Education Activities Program 124
Physics Department 641, 674
pictorial works 75,423, 453, 578, 671, 717, 726
Playmakers Theater 24
politics (student) 81, 85, 677, 678
Polk, James K. 368, 415, 491, 573, 574, 583, 632, 633
Pool, Solomon 691
Powell, William S. 375, 668
Prevost, Yancey 14
Presbyterians 256, 515
Psychometric Laboratory 419
publications (student) 94, 102, 104, 189, 200, 251, 270, 280, 332, 358, 431, 432, 433, 450, 469, 507, 525, 587, 616, 655, 693,770,771
Pulitzer prize 734


Queen, Anne 135
quizzes 117, 119, 369


race relations 130, 392, 393, 426, 445, 713
radio (University) 621, 670, 709
Rand, Isaac William 508, 555, 731
Rare Book Collection 474
Research Triangle Park 779
restructuring (1971) 612
Rhoden Nancy 25, 88, 394, 638
Rosenbluth, Lennie 524
Royster, Vermont 254
Ruark, Bob 501


Sanders, John L. 313
School of Law 141,144,150, 238, 244, 277, 381, 605, 622, 704, 722, 753
School of Library Science 247, 787
School of Nursing 253
School of Public Health 249, 443
scientific research 351, 629
Sharp, Paul F. 637
Shumaker, Jim 245
Silent Sam (statue) 651
Smith, Dean 530, 531
Smith, Henry 610
soccer 343
songs 121, 337, 338, 537
South Building 266, 417
Southern Historical Collection 32, 248, 521, 697
Spangler, C.D. 560
Spanish-American War 67
speaker ban 86, 322, 333, 424, 575, 628
Spencer, Cornelia Phillips 126, 160, 240, 324, 418, 609, 657
Stacy, Marvin Hendrix 784
student government 93, 157, 162, 191, 237, 258, 259, 471, 676, 802
student strike (1970) 74
students 58, 62, 213, 243, 255, 289, 348, 379, 385, 387, 391, 408, 444, 514, 519, 522, 542, 546, 564, 685, 695, 699,742, 746,755
Swain, David L. 55, 60, 98, 115, 167, 199,287, 406, 655, 721, 744
swimming 374
Swofford, John 131


Tar Baby (student magazine) 280
Tar Heel (student newspaper) 270,432,469,616, 739
Tar n' Feathers (student magazine) 280
Taylor, Ferebee 129, 344
Taylor, George C. 282
Taylor, Lawrence 462, 687
television (University) 670, 736
tennis 267
Thurstone, Louis Leon 795
Tin Can (building) 388
Tomlinson, Ruffin Wirt 615
track and field 269, 493, 505, 752


University colors 707
University Day (celebration) 297, 580, 596, 637, 708
University finances 203, 298, 299, 363, 417, 436, 598, 685, 706
University history, general 22, 59, 61, 64, 71, 77, 80, 83, 84, 109, 132, 133, 134, 153, 169, 172, 225, 256, 257, 290, 295, 308, 346, 456, 500, 501, 517, 520, 541, 547, 550, 554, 563, 572, 578, 579, 608, 614, 646, 650, 656, 680, 714, 717, 724, 732, 734, 735, 772, 774, 778, 780
University history, 18th century 54, 62, 78, 111, 165, 171, 175, 178, 182, 183, 222, 224, 260, 286, 349, 351, 395, 398, 400, 468, 515, 561, 582, 600, 635, 655, 711, 769
University history, 1800-1870 13, 18, 29, 63, 90, 101, 165, 182, 183, 190, 192, 285, 328, 331, 340, 366, 400, 435, 436, 475, 527, 589, 615, 656, 657, 729, 730, 768, 769
University history, 1870-1900 65, 90,91, 118, 187, 203, 204, 324, 328, 382, 475, 479, 482, 549, 566, 606, 607, 634, 657, 658, 673, 789,791
University history, 20th century 6, 17,20,22,41, 96, 116, 154, 177,202,215,239,289,291, 309, 315, 371, 372, 379, 386, 403, 423, 430, 448, 451, 478, 494, 588, 603, 604, 607, 619, 620, 634, 645, 658, 661, 689, 710, 756, 781, 782, 796
Universtiy lands 690, 769
University Magazine (student magazine) 94, 188, 189, 200, 251, 431, 525, 655, 693, 770, 771
University name 39
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Mission 518, 682, 716
University of North Carolina in fiction 14, 464, 497, 570, 644, 664, 754, 766
University of North Carolina Press 87, 103, 180, 181, 209, 455, 506, 512, 640, 645, 718
University seal 720
University-town relations 7, 27, 655


Vance, Zebulon B. 460, 528, 702
Venable, Francis P. 31, 60, 106, 107, 261, 262, 319
Vietnam War 21


Weeks, Stephen B. 409, 773
Wellstone, Paul 628
Whedbee, Charles 314
Wiley, Calvin H. 396
William and Ida Friday Continuing Education Center 197, 761
William R. Kenan Center 763
Williams, Henry Horace 92, 360, 367, 529, 623, 764, 790
Wilson, Louis R. 146, 477, 684
Winston, George T. 60, 261
Wolfe, Thomas 3, 82, 151, 221, 231, 279, 323, 410, 429, 440, 544, 551, 555, 662, 703, 739, 740, 760
Womack, Nathan Anthony 538
women 2, 4, 89, 212, 214, 278, 292, 321, 341, 449, 481, 649,675,705
Woodward, C. Vann 311, 602
World War I 67, 152, 352, 384, 796, 800
World War II 48, 304, 306, 408, 581, 663, 800


Yackety-Yack (student yearbook) 433, 539, 799
Y.M.C.A. 135, 509, 797
Y.W.C.A. 135, 509