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Hermann J. Trojanowski

There are 6 included publications by Hermann J. Trojanowski :

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The Building of Jackson Library 1948-1950. 2010 153 On June 5, 2010, Jackson Library celebrated sixty years of service to The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Founding President Charles Duncan McIver once said, “A great library is the very heart of the literary life of a great institutio...
The Carter Women Veterans Historical Project at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro: The Oral History Segment 2009 412 A class reunion was the inspiration for the Carter Women Veterans Project at the Woman?s College of the University of North Carolina, now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). The Class of 1950 Reunion Committee met with University A...
Documenting Appalachia 2008 429 “Documenting Appalachia” is a digital project produced by Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. The purpose of the project is “to provide off-site access to valuable research materials related to the Appalachian region and Appalachia...
Greensboro VOICES: Documenting the Civil Rights Movement in Greensboro, North Carolina 2009 333 On February 1, 1960, Greensboro, North Carolina became the epicenter for the civil rights movement in the United States when four African American students from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State College (NC A&T) entered the segregated F.W...
Preserving Our History: The Rotary Club of Greensboro, North Carolina, Oral History Project 2008 255 In the fall of 2006, Bob Cone, President of the Rotary Club of Greensboro, spoke to fellow Rotarian Patricia Sullivan, Chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, about his growing interest in preserving the city’s history by interv...
Women Step Up to Serve 2008 503 Discusses the role of women in World War II. During World War II, over 350,000 women from across the United Stated served in the military. More than 7,000 of these women came from North Carolina. As far back as the Revolutionary War, women had served...