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Town and Gown

The bibliography is arranged by topic and subtopic. Within each category, published materials are listed first, followed by manuscript materials. Published materials are arranged alphabetically. The manuscript materials are arranged first by repository and then by collection name or number. Within a collection, items are listed chronologically, earliest first.

Published Materials
Manuscript Materials
  • North Carolina Collection, Wilson Library
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Map of Chapel Hill. 1852.
    (call number Maps Cm912c C46 1852)
  • Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Joseph Caldwell Papers (#127-z)
  • University Archives, Wilson Library
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Minutes of the Board of Trustees (#40001)
  • Minutes of July 13, 1796, microfilm reel 1, vol. 1, p. 220-221 (In which the Board continued temporary rule banning students from taverns)
  • Minutes of Dec. 17, 1801, microfilm reel 1, vol. 2, p. 9 (Includes ordinance prohibiting students from eating or drinking at tavern or pubs without permission)
  • Minutes of Dec. 3, 1802, microfilm reel 1, vol. 3, p. 17-23 (In which the Board advises against permitting students to buy on credit from the village)
  • Minutes of Mar. 24, 1810, microfilm reel 1, vol. 3, p. 195-196 (The Board concludes that faculty may declare particular houses off limits)
  • Minutes of June 27, 1827, microfilm reel 1, vol. 5, p. 96-101 (The Board concludes that students will deposit monies with bursar who will pay fees and give pocket money each month)
  • Minutes of Dec. 29, 1827, microfilm reel 1, vol. 5, p. 119 (In which a Committee is appointed to prepare a bill for General Assembly prohibiting the distilling or retailing of spirituous liquors at or near Chapel Hill)
  • Minutes of Dec. 31, 1827, microfilm reel 1, vol. 5, p. 120 (In which the Board approves "A Bill to prohibit vice and immorality at and in the vicinity of the University and for other purposes")
  • Minutes of July 4, 1836, microfilm reel 1, vol. 5, p. 39-40 (The Board concludes that students can't contract debt)
  • Minutes of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees, Sept. 8, 1838, microfilm reel 5, vol. 15, p. 71-72 (Notes violations of state law and university regulations)
  • Minutes of Dec. 26, 1845, microfilm reel 2, vol. 6, p. 62 (Regarding boardinghouses in the village)
  • Minutes of Mar. 29, 1856, microfilm reel 5, vol. 15, p. 190 (Includes a circular letter)
  • Minutes of Jan. 31, 1868, microfilm reel 5, vol. 15, p. 291 (Regarding boardinghouses in the village)
  • Minutes of Aug. 31, 1875, microfilm reel 2, vol. S-7, p. 242, 245 (The Board concludes that students are to room in the college buildings and sets boarding rates)
  • Records of the Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance (#40095)
  • Day Book, Oct. 12, 1793 (Includes listing of purchasers of village lots), subgroup 4, series 1, Historical Financial Records, vol. 1, p. 11
  • University Papers (#40005)