Recorded readings by poet and artist A. R. Ammons from ZSR Library’s Special Collections.
Twenty watercolor paintings by American poet, author and Wake Forest University alumni A. R. Ammons.
This collection contains images from an African American families photograph scrapbook collection. Items from the scrapbook span from 1920 to 2000.
Materials include birth and death dates, family information, sermon notes, notes of a student, and a Civil War letter.
Arthur Raymond Gallimore and his wife, Gladys S. Gallimore, served as foreign missionaries in China on behalf of the Southern Baptist Convention. This digital collection includes selected materials from the physical collection.
Features handwritten documents regarding Jones’ plantations in Wake Forest, N.C.
Materials related to the meeting between professor and alumus Charles Lee Smith and Mohandas Gandhi in 1924.
A collaborative digital project containing items from the Civil War Era (1850-1865). Materials in this collection include letters, diaries, printed broadsides, and songs.
David Allen Hills was a professor of psychology at Wake Forest University. This collection includes home movie footage of Hills and his family.
Materials by and regarding Dr. David L. Smiley, Wake Forest University history professor and head of the Reid Staton Bible Class, including course materials and sermons.
This collection includes wood engravings, wood cuts, linocuts, and various metal plates ranging in date from 1902 to 1985, with the bulk of the blocks dating from the mid-1960s to 1985.
The Cigarette Cards collection consists of cards issued as advertisement for Duke Brothers and Company, Durham, N.C., and packed in Duke’s cigarettes.
Eva Rodtwitt is a former lecturer in Romance languages at WFU. Images in this collection cover her early life in Norway during the Nazi occupation.
George McLeod (Mac) Bryan was a Wake Forest alumnus and prolific writer. This collection primarily includes Freedom of Information Act materials dating from 1947 to 1996.
This collection contains their correspondence while Carl was training and deployed with the Army, 1917-1920. A small amount of other items include military and biographical materials, as well as two portrait photographs of Carl.
George L. Bright was a band member of the 46th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (or 46th OVI), an infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
George Pennell was a Wake Forest College alumnus (1914), Board of Trustees member, and an attorney. His legal clients included the city of Asheville and circuses. This collection documents Pennell’s personal and professional interests.
Selected materials from the publishers’ archive for Gertrude Stein’s book, What Are Masterpieces? (Los Angeles: Conference Press, 1940), as well as several Stein manuscript fragments and notes, offprints, reviews, and other Stein ephemera.
This collection features images from the Gray Family Collection and Graylyn Estate Collection.
Notable members of the families include Judge Johnson Jay Hayes, state legislator James Madison Hayes, Jr., Esquire editor and writer Harold T. P. Hayes, and local businessman Kyle Hayes.
Herbert Eugene Valentine served in the Union Army, 23rd Massachusetts Volunteers, Co. F. His manuscript memoirs relate various anecdotes about his army experiences, mostly in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Collection of oral history interviews facilitated by former Wake Forest University History Professor Howell Smith
Hubert Ashley Royster was an alumnus of Wake Forest College (Class of 1891), a medical doctor, and an author. This collection includes biographical information and other materials.
The diaries and sermon notes of Ira W. Thomas, a Baptist minister in northwestern North Carolina.
This collection includes memoirs of missionary work by printer, author, and Methodist missionary John Wesley Clay from 1924-1930.
Collection of signatures by famous composers and conductors. The collection includes signed letters, postcards, business cards, photographs, and concert programs.
This collection includes Carter’s WWII POW journal during his time at the Stalag Luft III POW camp, “The Evacuation of Stalag Luft III, Sagan, Germany”, written by Carter, and a military portrait of Carter.
A collection of 3 pencil and watercolor images by artists Joseph Severn. These images are noted as being done on his way to Rome with John Keats.
Katie Murray was a Southern Baptist missionary in China and Taiwan from 1922 until her retirement in 1962. Selected materials in this digital collection includes biographical/genealogical information, correspondence and photographs.
Kurt D. Baum was a Jewish boy of 17 years old when he was sent in 1937 to live in the United States from Germany to escape Nazi rule. This collection includes correspondence letters from Germany and family photographs of Baum and his family members.
Laurence Stallings was a writer and Wake Forest College alumnus. He is probably best known for his 1924 play, “What Price Glory.” This collection contains the manuscripts and correspondence of Stallings.
This collection consists of 27 letters by 7 different Confederate soldiers, telling of their experiences in the Civil War. Includes a poem and unidentified notes.
A collection of music manuscripts from the collection of famed vaudevillians & performers Max and Gertrude Hoffman.
Stunning photographs from the collection of Max and Gertrude Hoffman of Vaudeville and many stage performances from 1900-1956.
Odus McCoy Mull was a lawyer, businessman, state politician, and active Wake Forest College alumnus from Shelby, North Carolina. This collection contains Mull’s correspondence, subject files, and other business, legal, personal, and political papers.
On May 25, 1921, the Katharine Smith Reynolds’ Reynolda School produced a dramatic version of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s epic poem The Song of Hiawatha.
Selected digitized materials from the Ronald Watkins Collection. This collection includes materials from his time at Harrow School for Boys in Middlesex England as well as audio lectures on various Shakespearean plays and topics.
Scanned images and transcripts of selected material from the Wait collection; digital finding aid for the entire collection.
Samuel T. Habel, Jr. served as a Baptist pastor, college professor, and writer. This digital collection documents Habel’s professional work regarding materials related to his book writing.
Sanders Meredith Ingram attended Wake Forest College in the first class, 1834-1835, and then returned in 1838-1840. He served in the Mexican War as a volunteer from Tennessee, and briefly as a lieutenant in the 38th Regt. North Carolina Infantry during the Civil War.
Early stage and film actors and actresses, performers, directors, and royalty from the 1880s through the 1930s.
This collection consists of some of Cash’s writings, including the Mind of the South in typescript, articles, review clippings, business, and personal correspondence of W.J. Cash and his wife Mary, photographs, and ephemera.
This collection includes handwritten bills of sale of enslaved African Americans owned by Crenshaw, as well as other handwritten financial documents dating back as early as 1817.
William L. Hughes was a longtime member of Wake Forest University’s grounds staff. This collection includes early 20th century African American images of Hughes’ family.
Digitized materials from the William Louis Poteat Papers collection. Poteat was an educator, Wake Forest alumnus (Class of 1877), biology professor, and President of Wake Forest College from 1905-1927.
This collection includes materials from soldiers in the war. It includes a songbook, a journal, uniform materials, and research pertaining to U.S. military personnel.
Includes 134 color photographs of propaganda posters pertaining to World War I publicizing efforts.