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Inez Moore Parker Archives: FINDING AIDS

The Inez Moore Parker Archives and Research Center preserves, selects, and makes accessible vital information pertaining to the University’s history and administration and the African American experience in the South.

ABOUT THE FINDING AIDS

This page contains finding aids that will assist you in locating items in the archive collections. Before downloading a finding aid, it is recommended that you FIRST, complete the brief tutorial entitled, How to Use a Finding Aid.

 

 

 

 

 

ARCHIVES POLICIES

The Inez Moore Parker Archives and Research Center preserves, selects, and makes accessible vital information pertaining to the University’s history, administrative operations, and the Black experience. 

The archives is a place where the preservation of materials are kept for administrative and researchers' use.

The Inez Moore Parker Archives and Research Center places primary emphasis on:

•  Selecting only those records that best document the University’s history, administration, faculty, staff, and students.

•  Collecting and preserving historical records, which document the Black experiences in the Charlotte, NC region.

•  Seeking to cooperate with other repositories, individuals, and organizations that create important records in order to promote the identification and preservation of records for understanding the University’s history and the Black experience.

•  Obtaining manuscripts and books documenting the Black experience.

Note: Some archival materials are restricted.

All physical and/or digital collections are the property of Johnson C. Smith University.

In most cases, you are 
free to use the materials for educational and research purposes. In other cases, materials are restricted due to copyright agreements, confidentiality, and or donor preferences.

If you have any questions, please check with the 
University Archivist for clarification. His email is blunsford@jcsu.edu and phone number (704) 370-6741.

Physical access to the archives is done by appointment only. Borrowing materials from the archive is prohibited. 

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REQUESTING INFORMATION

There are 2 ways to request information from the archives.

  • First, you can request information from the archives by using the online form.  Be sure to include your contact information and a member of the archives staff will contact you.
     
  • You can also make an in-person to visit with the University Archivist, Mr. Brandon Lunsford. His email is blunsford@jcsu.edu and phone number (704) 370-6741.

FINDING AIDS

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CONTACT US

Inez Moore Parker Archives and Research Center
James B. Duke Memorial Library
Johnson C. Smith University
100 Beatties Ford Road
Charlotte, NC 28216
Telephone: (704) 371-6741
Fax: (704) 378-3524

SEARCH FINDING AIDS @ DIGITAL SMITH



You can search the FINDING AID COLLECTION on Digital Smith.

This allows for a text-based search
of all appropriate finding aids
for your needs.


LOCATION & HOURS

Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday : 9am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm

Location
2nd floor of the James B. Duke Memorial Library