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Our Digital Collections include a wide variety of digitized art and documents. Much of it can be searched using the search box above or browsed by clicking on the links below. Collections with this icon: External Website will take you to another website.

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Special Collections

  • Images UNCW Centuries of Service: Military Chaplains External Website
    This site contains transcriptions of interviews with Chaplains, numerous histories in searchable full-text digital format, a bibliography to print and electronic sources, and links to associated websites.
  • Schenck The Diary of Nicholas W. Schenck External Website
    Nicholas W. Schenck's (1830-1916) diary was written around 1905 and recalls Wilmington before and after the civil war. The transcribed diary is 138 pages and features several hand-drawn maps.
  • Montford Montford Point Marines External Website
    Our online collection contains photographs, interview transcripts from over sixty interviews conducted with Montford Point veterans and other artifacts from the Montford Point Marines.
  • MOWCMuseum of World Cultures External Website
    The Museum of World Cultures' online collection highlights artifacts from Africa, Latin American and the Pacific Cultures, as well as other regions of the world.
  • Oral HistoryOral Histories External Website
    Transcripts of oral history interviews created on videotape by UNCW Archives and Special Collections. The major themes of this oral history collection are Voices of UNCW, Southeast North Carolina, the Arts, and Military.
  • Stuart Marks Collection Stuart Marks CollectionExternal Website
    The Stuart Alexander and Sandy Cole Marks manuscript collection includes correspondence, photographs, field notes, newspaper articles, journals, maps, publications, postcards, stamps and artifacts. This digital collection highlights material from the manuscript collection, offering insight into Marks’ dynamic career and personal life.
  • WWII World War II: Through the Eyes of the Cape Fear External Website
    Art, maps, photographs of artifacts and interview transcripts document the important role the Cape Fear region's people played in the Second World War.
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