Public schools -- North Carolina -- Durham
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
The Mary Ann Black Papers include materials from Black's time with the Durham County Board of Commissioners and with the Duke University Health System, as well as some personal materials. The bulk of the materials date from 1990-2000. Many of the materials relate to the Durham public school merger in the early 1990s.
The collection includes slides and photographs of Durham County commissioners, services and buildings, including many schools in the Durham City School system before the county and city school system merged. The collection also includes photographs and slides from the Old North Durham Neighborhood Improvement Project and work done by the nonprofit organization Neighborhood Housing Services in the late 1970s and 1980s to renovate houses and apartment buildings in Old North Durham.
The collection consists of a four page program for the March 1937 Vocal Ensemble Recital at the Durham Senior High School, including songs performed by the girls' ensemble, boys' ensemble, and the mixed ensemble. Fourteen local businesses advertise in the program and the cover reads "proceeds for Columbia Expenses."
The collection contains records from Morehead Montessori Magnet Elementary School in Durham, NC. Materials include administrative records (minutes, reports, and handbooks), flyers, photographs, scrapbooks, and newsletters. Some materials are electronic, and a few items are in Spanish. The collection documents the administration as well as student activities of the school.
The collection contains certificates, newspaper clippings, programs, photographs, handbooks, and videocassettes that document the history and activities of Oak Grove Elementary School in Durham, NC
The collection contains scrapbooks, photographs, and yearbooks from Parkwood Elementary School. Most of the photographs are class pictures, but the collection also includes pictures and negatives of school activities and field trips. There is also a CD of pictures of the Waterwise Garden, a garden planted by Parkwood students and sponsored by the Northeast Creek Streamwatch.
The Frankie Perry scrapbook and other materials consist of a scrapbook created by Ms. Perry documenting her school years, 1953-1965. Materials from Lyon Park School, Whitted Junior High School, and Hillside High School include award programs, playbills, school portraits, and certificates that Perry earned. The collection also includes some loose photographs of a graduation and a debutante ball program from Whitted Junior High School in 1964.