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Scope and Contents In this third of four interviews, Mr. Harold Pulley discusses his student experience at UNC Charlotte during the late 1960s and his connection to the civil rights movement in North Carolina. He describes Bonnie Cone’s manner of speaking and interacting with students, and comments on how she handled race issues on campus. He also describes the faculty as a whole, recalling both acceptance and latent racism or anti-semitism among various members of the faculty. Specific faculty he describes are...
Dates: 2012 July 18
Overview Armenian phylacteries or scrolls containing prayers, readings from the Gospels, magical formulas, and invocations for protection. Includes one manuscript phylactery (undated) with 12 miniature colored paintings of several apostles and saints and one printed phylactery (1698).
Dates: Late 1600S-Early 1700S ; 1698
Overview Contains four VHS and two U-Matic tapes of interviews Jamgotch conducted concerning U.S. foreign policy, particularly related to U.S.-Soviet relations and arms control. Also includes correspondence related to the acquisition and content of the interviews.
Dates: 1975 - 1989