November 28, 2015

90 Years of Digitized University of North Carolina Records Now Available Online

Via the Digital NC Blog (North Carolina Digital Heritage Center):

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill publications covering 1896 through 1986 are now online through DigitalNC.  These publications include The University of North Carolina Record [later the Record of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill] covering 1896 to 1986 and The Catalogue of the University of North Carolina covering 1907 to 1986.

Included in the Record is information about commencement, department research news, and reports from non-department units on campus, such as labs and the libraries.  The course catalogs for the schools at UNC-CH were included as part of the Record after 1968.

This batch of publications adds onto catalogs for the University dating back to 1812 already published online.

Direct to U. of North Carolina Digitized Campus Records

See Also: Learn More About the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center

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