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Selected Bibliography on Greensboro College's History

Articles (non-newspaper)

"1938, The Centennial Celebration." Greensboro College: The Magazine, Summer 1986, 1-5.

Cheatham, Judy. "Buried Voices: The Greensboro College Archives, 1838-1924." Greensboro College: The Magazine, Spring 1992, 14-17.

Duncan, Miriam Elizabeth. "GC's Lost Years, 1863-1873."Greensboro College Bulletin, Winter 1965, 4-5.

"Greensboro College Then And Now." Alumnae Echoes, Spring 1948, 1-3.

Griffin, Frances. "Joan of Arc of G.F.C." Greensboro College Bulletin, Summer 1963, 2.

Hutson, Harold. "How Greensboro College Became Coeducational." Greensboro College: The Magazine, Winter 1987, 13.

Reynolds, Doris Dale. "Greensboro College is Gracious Alma Mater to Over 3,500 Living Women." Alumnae Echoes, Winter 1947, 1-3.

Smith Raymond A. "Greensboro College, 1838-1938." North Carolina Christian Advocate, 20 Jan. 1938, 10-11.

Wilson, Linda Woodard. "Coeduation - The Wave of the Future." Greensboro College: The Magazine, Winter 1987, 11-12.


Proceedings of the Centennial Celebration, Greensboro College, Greensboro, N.C., May 13-23, 1938. Greensboro, NC: The College, 1938. (104 pgs., illus.)

What is a Christian College? A self-study conference with a religious service marking the induction of Harold. H. Hutson into the office of President of Greensboro College. Greensboro, NC: The College, 1953. (65 pgs.)

What Part Has Greensboro College Played In the Making of a Greater Greensboro? Greensboro, NC: Jos. J. Stone & Co., Printers, 1925. (12 pgs., illus.)


Gobbel, Luther L. Greensboro College, 1935-1952: My Seventeen Years As Its President with A Resume Of The Years Before 1935.Greensboro College Alumni Association - Greensboro, NC: Greensboro Printing Company, 1977. (225 pgs., illus.)

Turrentine, Samuel Bryant. A Romance Of Education: A Narrative Including Recollections And Other Facts Connected With Greensboro College. Greensboro, NC: The Piedmont Press, 1946. (314 pgs., illus.)


Lambert, Lindsey. "The Brock Historical Museum of Greensboro College." 01 March 2001.

Lambert, Lindsey. "Greensboro College's Contribution to Beyond Books and Buildings: North Carolina's History of Higher Education Digital Project." 01 July 2003.


Duren, Charlotte. Greensboro College, 1838-1988: Sesquicentennial Time Line. Greensboro, NC: The College, 1988. (11 pgs., illus.)

Greensboro College Alumni Office. "A History of Greensboro Female College." Unpublished, 1936. (7 pgs.)

Greensboro College Alumni Office. "A History of Greensboro Female College." Unpublished, 1968. (12 pgs.)

Greensboro College Alumni Office. "The Founding of Greensboro College." Unpublished, 1968. (8 pgs.)

"Historical Sketch." Greensboro Female College Academic Catalog, 1906-07, 76-86. Greensboro, NC: Jos. J. Stone & Co., Printers, 1906.

"History of College." The Tattler (Yearbook), 10-13. Greensboro, NC: The College, 1903.

Patrick, Sophia Richardson. Letter describing the conditions and customs at Greensboro Female College circa 1860-1863. 24 April 1937. (3 pgs.) [unpublished]

Smith, Nannie Lee. "A History of Greensboro College - Orientation Program." 15 Sept. 1941. (7 pgs.) [unpublished]


Craver, Kate Gladstone. Lines From The Past: Greensboro Female College And Its New Women. Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest University, May 1994. (49 pgs.)

Hites, Margaret Ann. Peter Doub 1796-1869: His contribution to the religious and educational development of North Carolina. Greensboro, NC: UNCG, 1969. (69 pgs.)

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