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    • X, Miguel A., pseud.
    • 02 April 2011
    • R.34. Special Research Projects: New Roots
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    • Bond, Julian, 1940-
    • 1 and 22 November 1999
    • R.22. Special Research Projects: Julian Bond
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    • Friday, William C. (William Clyde)
    • 1 April 1991
    • L.7. University of North Carolina: William Friday Project
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    • Pepper, Claude, 1900-1989.
    • 1 February 1974
    • A.1. Southern Politics: Bass-DeVries Interviews
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    • Johnson, Guion Griffis, 1900-1989.
    • 1 July 1974
    • G.1. Southern Women: Individual Biographies
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    • Shearin, Edith Liggin, 1935-
    • 1 July 2008
    • U.7. Long Civil Rights Movement: Economic Justice in Charlotte, N.C.
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    • Oatis, John Martin.
    • 1 March 1998
    • R.6. Special Research Projects: African-American Working Class, 1930s-1950s
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    • Hébert, Clarence, 1934-
    • 1 March 2015
    • X.1. Rural South: Individual Biographies
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    • Hester, Hattie Anderson.
    • 1 October 1994
    • Q. African American Life and Culture
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    • Rankin, Hugh F.
    • 10 August 1981 and 12 August 1982
    • L.6. University of North Carolina: UNC Historians Project
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    • Cheatham, George.
    • 10 January 1998
    • R.6. Special Research Projects: African-American Working Class, 1930s-1950s
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    • Roodenko, Igal.
    • 11 April 1974
    • B.1. Individual Biographies: General
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    • Moloney-Tarr, Kathleen.
    • 11 April 2001
    • K.2.15. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: School Desegregation: Davidson-Johnson C. Smith Student Interviews
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    • Dillingham, Richard Sams.
    • 11 December 2000
    • K.2.11. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Tradition and Development in Madison County's I-26 Corridor
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    • Walker, D. J. (Daniel Joshua)
    • 11 February 1992 and 25 February 1992
    • J. Legal Professions
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    • Jessup, John.
    • 11 January 1991
    • M. Black High School Principals
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    • Giles, Leonard.
    • 11 July 2003
    • U.1. Long Civil Rights Movement: Individual Biographies
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    • Harris, L. Worth, 1908-1998.
    • 11 June 1980
    • H.5. Piedmont Industrialization, 1974-1980: Charlotte, N.C.
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    • Dorrance, Anson.
    • 11 June 1991
    • L.3. University of North Carolina: Women's Sports at UNC
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    • McDonald, Voyner, 1952-
    • 11 June 2011
    • U.19. Long Civil Rights Movement: Breaking New Ground
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    • Strong, Marvin, 1929-
    • 11 June 2011
    • U.19. Long Civil Rights Movement: Breaking New Ground
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    • Bostian, Carey Hoyt.
    • 11 March 1991
    • L.7. University of North Carolina: William Friday Project
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    • Strauss, Albrecht B. (Albrecht Benno), 1921-
    • 11 November 1998
    • K.2.3. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Jewish Immigrants
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    • Bates, Daisy.
    • 11 October 1976
    • G.1. Southern Women: Individual Biographies
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    • Martínez, Vianey Lemus.
    • 12 April 2013
    • R.34. Special Research Projects: New Roots
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    • Cochran, Salter, 1922-
    • 12 Arpril 1997
    • R.4. Special Research Projects: Integration and Health Care in North Carolina
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    • Jones, Graham.
    • 12 December 1973
    • A.1. Southern Politics: Bass-DeVries Interviews
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    • Abrams, Ire.
    • 12 January 1998
    • R.6. Special Research Projects: African-American Working Class, 1930s-1950s
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    • Johnson, Lyman T., 1906-1997.
    • 12 July 1990
    • A.2. Southern Politics: Southern Liberalism
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    • Lee, Minnie Allen, 1924-2015.
    • 12 July 2007
    • C.14. Notable North Carolinians: Ethelene McCabe Allen
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    • Rogers, Grace Hemphill.
    • 12 June 1974
    • G.1. Southern Women: Individual Biographies
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    • Woods, Ruth Dial.
    • 12 June 1992
    • L.1. University of North Carolina: Individual Biographies
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    • Strong, Wilson, 1939-
    • 12 June 2011
    • U.19. Long Civil Rights Movement: Breaking New Ground
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    • Snellings, Jennifer, 1975-
    • 12 June 2014
    • U.16.1. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South: Conservative Women
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    • Winner, Leslie J.
    • 12 March 1994, 22 March 1994, 5 April 1994
    • J. Legal Professions
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    • Caldwell, Edwin Lee, 1911-1995.
    • 12 May 1995
    • L.1. University of North Carolina: Individual Biographies
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    • Stulberg, Dorothy, 1925-
    • 12 May 2011
    • U.16. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South
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    • Malki, Andreina.
    • 12 May 2016
    • R.34. Special Research Projects: New Roots
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    • Friday, Ida Howell.
    • 12 November 1990
    • L.1. University of North Carolina: Individual Biographies
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    • Clark, Henry T. (Henry Toole), 1917-
    • 12 November 1997
    • C.11. Notable North Carolinians: Henry Toole Clark
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    • Parker, Serena Henderson, 1923-
    • 13 April 1995
    • Q. African American Life and Culture
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    • Sutton, G. J.
    • 13 December 1974
    • A.1. Southern Politics: Bass-DeVries Interviews
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    • Sigmon, Nell Putnam, 1913-1996.
    • 13 December 1979
    • H.4. Piedmont Industrialization, 1974-1980: Catawba, N.C.
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    • Stevens, Thelma.
    • 13 February 1972
    • G.1. Southern Women: Individual Biographies
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    • Alexander, Agnes.
    • 13 February 2001
    • K.2.15. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: School Desegregation: Davidson-Johnson C. Smith Student Interviews
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    • Lewis, Hylan.
    • 13 January 1991
    • A.2. Southern Politics: Southern Liberalism
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    • McKay, Martha C. (Martha Clampitt), 1920-
    • 13 July 1989
    • C.6. Notable North Carolinians: Women in Politics
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    • Stout, Nettie Mae.
    • 13 June 1979
    • H.2. Piedmont Industrialization, 1974-1980: Burlington, N.C.
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    • Brennan, Monica Rose.
    • 13 June 2014
    • U.16.1. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South: Conservative Women
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    • Hobby, Wilbur, 1925-
    • 13 March 1975
    • E.1. Labor: Labor History
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