The Digital Archive offers images, documents, correspondence, and a host of other items that chronicle the rich history of Queens. Everett Library is dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of Queens in the Myers Park area and the surrounding city of Charlotte. While Queens has broadened its focus from the education of young women to become a modern comprehensive university, it has always been a center for intellectual and cultural life in Charlotte.
The University Archives maintains a number of historic audio and film artifacts that document various aspects of our campus history including faculty, staff and student life throughout the 20th century. The core of this is Queens Oral History Project, a collection of eighteen interviews spanning some twenty hours with faculty and staff with over thirty years experience at Queens.
Through a digitization grant from the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center, the entirety of the student yearbooks from Queens University of Charlotte are now available through DigitalNC. The online volumes range from the days of the Chicora College for Women in 1902 up to the 2009- 2010 volume.
Everett library special collections, in collaboration with the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center, is proud to showcase the first phase of an ongoing historic newspaper digitization project. The Queens Blues is now available to browse, search and download for free. This collection spans nearly 20 years, from October 9, 1931 – May 23, 1951.