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.
Written primarily in the Gaelic language, this "charm" was intended to protect the believer against evil. On its reverse side is written "Dougald McFarland, Moore County 1750." Since Moore County was formed from Cumberland County in 1784, this was...
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.