The University Archives procures, organizes, collects, describes, maintains and preserves records of historical and administrative value to the university and that have significantly impacted upon the African American experience in the Piedmont Triad region.
Location: Room 201, Second Floor, F.D. Bluford Library
Hours: Monday–Friday, 8am-5pm
Closed when the library is closed, see here for more information
February One Mounument - International Civil Rights Museum Boxes 0001 - 000
A&T Four Collection, Box 0001, Box 0002, Box 0003
Jibreel Khazan (Ezell Blair Jr.,) Collection
Franklin McCain Collection
Joseph-McNeil - David Richmond Collection
Simkins, Dr. George Jr., Collection Boxes 0001 - 0003
Sit-Ins Collection Boxes 0001 - 0009
Verticle Files are collections of clippings, photographs and other documents that are part of a larger subject file collection. We have several on faculty (F/S) and alumni (A), and general topics or non-affliated persons (G).
Brandon, Lewis III. (A) One of the "Fifth Freshman" who were at Woolworth's on Feburary 5th, 1960. A longtime community activist in Greensboro, NC, Brandon was also the first recipient of the A&T Human Rights Medal in 2001. SEE ALSO: A&T Experience Through Voices for an oral history with Lewis Brandon
Dubose, Charles (A) Student body president during the Sit-In movement, his folder contains a certificate of appreciation to President Warmoth T. Gibbs.
Henderson, Clarance (A) - One of the "Fifth Freshman". He is seen with Billy Smith in a famous photo taken on February 2nd, 1960.
Johns, Ralph (G) - Often called the "Father of the Sit-In Movement", Johns was a local merchant who mentored and supported the student sit-in movement.
Rozier, Albert L. Jr. (A) - Rozier was editor of the "A&T Register" student newspaper during the movement.