This is a very large collection of photos that Elmer Hunt took at Magnolia School in Robeson County. Mr. Hunt worked at Magnolia School for approximately 28 years and taught vocational education to students in grades 9-12. He also taught photography during his last seven years at Magnolia. View the complete inventory of the collection.
There are many pictures from various Robeson County public schools that were in existence during this time period. The schools covered include Ashpole-Southside, Deep Branch, Fairgrove, Green Grove, Hilly Branch, Les Maxwell, Oxendine, Pembroke Elementary, Pembroke Junior High, Pembroke Senior High, Piney Grove, Prospect, Red Springs, Rex-Rennert, Shoe Hill (also known as Sugar Hill), South Robeson, Tanglewood, Union Chapel, Union Elementary, and West Robeson. View the complete inventory of the collection.
This series consists of approximately 5,900 miscellaneous LRDA-related images. Established in 1968, the Lumbee Regional Development Association, Inc. (LRDA) was created to provide services for the Lumbee Indian communities. For many years, the LRDA Board of Directors served as the governing body of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. LRDA is the main sponsor for the Lumbee Homecoming, Lumbee pageants, powwows , and other Indian cultural events in the area. Therefore, the pictures in this series cover a range of activities that were sponsored by LRDA during the 1970s and 1980s. View the complete inventory of the collection.
This series consists of approximately 1,300 images of local churches, people, and activities. It includes images of over 40 churches of various denominations, such as Baptist, Methodist, Holiness, and Church of God. There are images of some of the pastors of the churches, the members, and a variety of church activities. Some of the churches included in the series are Ashpole Methodist Church, Burnt Swamp Baptist Church, Evergreen Holiness Church, Greenpine Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry Baptist Church, the Latter Day Saints Church, and Saddletree Church of God. Some of the pastors in the series include Reverend Tony Brewington of First Baptist Church, Reverend Millard Maynor of the Church of God, Reverend Tommy Haggans of Elrod Baptist Church, and Bruce Swett of Reedy Branch Baptist Church. There are also images from an assortment of church activities, such as White Bible Service, Bible Camp, Vacation Bible School, Christmas pageants, Easter programs, Homecomings, and Tent Revivals. View the complete inventory of the collection.
The Carolina Indian Voice, a weekly newspaper published in Pembroke, was established on January 18, 1973. It was published until 2005 and is one of North Carolina's oldest American Indian newspapers. The newspaper was primarily run by the members of the Barton family, including Bruce Barton, who served as editor from the founding of the newspaper in 1973 to 1988 when his sister, Connee Barton Brayboy, took over the editorship. This series in the Elmer Hunt Photograph Collection contains approximately 1,233 images that were used in the newspaper to accompany articles. These images cover various activities such as ribbon cutting ceremonies for local businesses, parades, protests, graduations, auto races, football games, and birthday parties. View the complete inventory of the collection.
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The original Elmer W. Hunt Photograph Collection contained over 53,000+ negatives for photos taken by long-time University and community photographer, the late Elmer William Hunt, a local photographer who graduated from the University in 1953 when it was Pembroke State College and who served as the University’s photographer from 1953 to1973. The collection contains thousands of photographs of University activities. There are also many photographs that were taken in the local schools and throughout the community, including at parades, weddings, and funerals. View the complete inventory of the collection.
The development of this digital collection was supported by grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.
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University Student Success Study 2010
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