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Queens University of Charlotte




 

Special Collections: Queens University of Charlotte Archives

Queens History

A complete history of Queens was first penned by Rena C. Harrell, Queens librarian and an avid local historian.This work was later updated and condensed by Mildred Morse McEwen, professor of chemistry at Queens for its publication in 1980. Queens College Yesterday and Today has been digitized and is available for download through the book cover link above right. This book provides a valuable resource for those interested in Charlotte history and the evolution of Queens from a women's college to a modern comprehensive university.

Preservation of Queens History


Charlotte Female Institute, a predecessor to Queens, as it appeared from 1857 to 1891.

The Queens University of Charlotte Archives collections document the history of Queens University through preservation, record retention and collecting institutional memory.

To assist researchers, the University Archives has prepared a number of resources about its collections of University records, manuscript collections, historical books, and community organization materials. These resources are offered for reference purpose only; the staff of the University Archives is happy to provide further assistance to students, faculty, alumnae, and other interested researchers. Please contact the Archivist with any inquiries regarding materials or to make an appointment for viewing.