A 1931 publication featuring short biographical sketches of about 50 notable North Carolina women, including the wife of governor Max Gardner, civic leaders, politicians, clergy, artists, etc. Author's autograph on fly-leaf.
Semiannual; No. 54 (spring 1999)-no.65 (fall 2004).; Title from caption. Also includes title change: School of Information and Library Science at Carolina; No.66 (spring/summer 2005)-current issues; No. 76 not published.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. School of Information and Library Science.
Irregular, 2009-; Quarterly, -2008; Print began in Oct. 1970.; "First published in 1970 and published quarterly as a periodical from 1971 through 2008, articles are now published individually in the School Law Bulletin free, online series."
William Christmas, a senator and a surveyor by profession, drew the plan for Raleigh. Using a total of 400 acres, Christmas designated the axial center of the city as Union Square. It was composed of six acres and intended as the site of the future...