Last Saturday the exhibit “Treasures of Carolina: Stories from the State Archives” opened at the North Carolina Museum of History. What’s being said about the exhibit?
The State Archives of North Carolina will also be among the institutions featured on “Collecting Carolina” on Friday, October 30, 9PM on UNC-TV EX. To see a list and summary of the “Collecting Carolina” episodes, or to view previous episodes, visit http://www.unctv.org/content/ncweekend/collecting/show.
Staff from the North Carolina Museum of History moving in items for the “Treasures of Carolina” exhibit, October 2015.
Are you interested in seeing how a museum exhibit is put in place? Behind-the-scenes photos of “Treasures of Carolina” being moved into the History Museum in early October are available on our Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Staff from the State Archives of North Carolina and the North Carolina Museum of History moving in items for the “Treasures of Carolina” exhibit.
The Collecting Carolina segment on the State Archives of North Carolina features many archival resources including the map collection.
The State Archives of North Carolina was featured on the UNC-TV program North Carolina Weekend last week. The Collecting Carolina segment includes an introduction to genealogical and historical research at the State Archives, several of the treasures from the vault collection, and the State Archives conservation lab. It is available online on the North Carolina Weekend website and UNC-TV PBS video.
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