Interviews with and photographs of retired Wake Forest faculty describing life and work on campus.
This oral history collection (2013-ongoing) consists of audio and video interviews conducted by Z. Smith Reynolds Library’s Special Collections & Archives and other university departments and programs.
Lloyd Winchell Biebigheiser was an architect and designer working during the construction of Wake Forest College’s new Winston-Salem campus. This collection provides a photographic history of nearly every aspect of the Reynolda campus construction.
StoryCorps came to Winston-Salem in 2009 and 120 of the resulting interviews are included in this collection. Please note that this collections is accessible only when connected to the Wake Forest University campus network.
Selections from Wake Forest University’s Audio Recordings collection.
This photograph collection covers Wake Forest University’s deep history. It captures images of people, places, and events dating back as early as 1881.
This audio collection includes the many and varied voices of Wake Forest–interviews, oral histories, and presentations from WFU administrators, alumni, staff, students, and faculty, including “Mr. Wake Forest” himself, Dr. Ed Wilson.
Class project focuses on faculty and staff work experiences.
Photographic images, reports, and other information pertaining to people, places, and events related to the original Wake Forest campus in Wake Forest, NC.
This collection includes sound and video recordings of sports events, features and footage related to Wake Forest University Athletics.