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    • Brightfeather, Angela, 1945-
    • 24 January 2002
    • K.2.7. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: History of Gay Men and Transgender People in the South
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    • Hardy, Carrie B.
    • September 9, 2002
    • R.16. Special Research Projects: Remembering Black Main Streets
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    • Reynolds, Kay, 1939-
    • May 21 2010
    • U.16. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South
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    • Spaulding, Asa T. (Asa Timothy), 1902-1990.
    • 16 April 1979
    • C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies
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    • Hull, Bill, 1945-
    • 21 June 2001
    • K.2.7. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: History of Gay Men and Transgender People in the South
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    • Scott, Robert Walter, 1929-2009.
    • 11 February 1998
    • C.15. Notable North Carolinians: North Carolina Governors
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    • Soltys, Florence Gray.
    • 28 August 1998
    • K.2.1. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Overview Project
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    • Smith, Wade Marvin.
    • March 12, 1992
    • C.8. Notable North Carolinians: UNC Law School Oral History Project
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    • Finn, Arthur L., 1934-
    • 7 November 2012
    • L.11.2. University of North Carolina: School of Medicine and UNC Hospitals: N.C. Memorial Hospital Oral History Project
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    • Royster, Ruth, 1937-
    • 16 August 2011
    • U.19. Long Civil Rights Movement: Breaking New Ground
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    • Richardson, Richard J., 1935-
    • September 11 1997
    • L.12. University of North Carolina: Reflections on University Leadership
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    • Gryskiewicz, Stanley S.
    • 15 January 1999
    • S. Center for Creative Leadership
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    • Dalmas-Weaver, Vivian H.; Verhoeven, Rosemarie.; Weaver, Linda T.
    • 30 April 2013
    • K.2.6. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Cary Heritage Museum's Oral History Project
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    • Wiggins, Edith.
    • March 8 2010
    • L.2. University of North Carolina: Anne Queen and the Campus Y
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    • Fisher, Frederick W.
    • April 25, 2007
    • U.14. Long Civil Rights Movement: Preserving the African American Experience in Pamlico County, N.C.
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    • Short, Joan Boyd, 1945-
    • August 10 2010
    • U.16. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South
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    • Randolph, Gail, 1947-
    • May 16 2011
    • U.16. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South
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    • Moore, Mary, 1948-
    • 17 August 2006
    • U.9. Long Civil Rights Movement: Economic Justice in Birmingham, Ala.
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    • MacDonald, Lois.
    • August 25, 1977
    • G.1. Southern Women: Individual Biographies
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    • Goods, Annie L., 1934-
    • 9 June 2011
    • U.19. Long Civil Rights Movement: Breaking New Ground
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    • Gray, Charles.; Gray, Ernestine Herbin, 1931-; Gray, Gary Leigh.
    • 24 August 2012
    • R.41. Special Research Projects: 'Tobe': Visions of Childhood, Race, and Rural Life in Children's Literature
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    • Abdul-Haqq, Saudah, 1948-; Greene, Celeste, 1955-2015.; Floyd, Betty Jean.
    • 1 July 2013
    • R.41. Special Research Projects: 'Tobe': Visions of Childhood, Race, and Rural Life in Children's Literature
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    • Dobelstein, Andrew W.
    • May 24 2011
    • R.39. Special Research Projects: Legacy of William Friday
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    • Searles, Lillie L.
    • April 1 2011
    • L.10. University of North Carolina: Faculty and Diversity, 1960-1990
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    • Spaulding, Asa T. (Asa Timothy), 1902-1990.
    • 13 April 1979
    • C.1. Notable North Carolinians: Individual Biographies
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    • Coe, Clarence.
    • May 28 1989
    • E.6. Labor: Michael Honey Collection on Southern Labor History
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    • Simkins, Modjeska Monteith, 1899-1992.
    • 28 July 1976
    • G.1. Southern Women: Individual Biographies
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    • Ford, Carol Jane, 1944-
    • 30 May 2012
    • U.16. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South
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    • Bentley, Jimmy.
    • 29 April 1974
    • A.1. Southern Politics: Bass-DeVries Interviews
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    • Erwin, Richard C., 1923-
    • 22 September 1995 and 11 October 1995
    • J. Legal Professions
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    • Sanford, Terry, 1917-1998.
    • Unknown
    • A.1. Southern Politics: Bass-DeVries Interviews
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    • McClinton, Hortense, 1918-
    • March 15 2011
    • L.10. University of North Carolina: Faculty and Diversity, 1960-1990
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    • Mays, Mary Katherine, 1950-
    • May 13 2011
    • U.16. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South
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    • Richardson, Richard J., 1935-
    • December 17 1997
    • L.12. University of North Carolina: Reflections on University Leadership
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    • Horwitz, Claudia.
    • September 17 2009
    • U.18. Long Civil Rights Movement: Heirs to a Fighting Tradition
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    • Davis, Steve, 1969-
    • July 26, 2002
    • K.2.13. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Voices after the Deluge, the Great North Carolina Flood
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    • Hall, Billy Ray, 1948-
    • 29 June 2010
    • R.39. Special Research Projects: Legacy of William Friday
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    • Giardina, Carol.
    • 5 June 2009
    • U.16. Long Civil Rights Movement: The Women's Movement in the South
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    • Mabry, Herb, 1939-
    • 25 April 1974
    • A.1. Southern Politics: Bass-DeVries Interviews
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    • Frye, Henry Ell.
    • 26 February 1992
    • C.8. Notable North Carolinians: UNC Law School Oral History Project
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    • Brewington, Carol Simmons.
    • 7 October 1996
    • G.2.3. Southern Women: Special Focus: Women's Leadership and Grassroots Activism
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    • Mack, Hazel.
    • 5 October 1995, 13 October 1995, and 17 November 1995
    • J. Legal Professions
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    • Holshouser, James E.
    • 13 March 1998
    • C.15. Notable North Carolinians: North Carolina Governors
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    • Herzenberg, Joseph A., 1941-
    • 1 November 2000
    • K.2.7. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: History of Gay Men and Transgender People in the South
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    • Pollitt, Daniel H.
    • 13 December 1990
    • L.4. University of North Carolina: School of Law
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    • Snider, William D.
    • May 2, 1990
    • L.7. University of North Carolina: William Friday Project
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    • Gooden, Larry H, 1948-
    • 19 June 2011
    • U.19. Long Civil Rights Movement: Breaking New Ground
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    • Levine, Madeline G.
    • August 29 2008
    • L.10. University of North Carolina: Faculty and Diversity, 1960-1990
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    • Hall, Ethel H.
    • June 16, 2005
    • U.3. Long Civil Rights Movement: School Desegregation in Birmingham, Ala.
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    • Morris, Naomi Elizabeth, 1921-
    • 11 and 16 November 1982
    • B.1. Individual Biographies: General
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