The more than 7,500 historic images from The Daily Reflector, Greenville, NC's daily newspaper, document the sweeping changes in Eastern North Carolina between 1949 and 1967. This period of dramatic social and economic change saw the increasing power of federal and state governments, improvements in industry and agriculture, and social upheavals related to race relations — not just in Eastern North Carolina, but across the country.

Community Organizations and Celebrations Economics Education Medicine and Health Care Natural Disasters and the Environment Politics and Government Social and Family Life Urban Development
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Steven Hill02/22/2014
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Joyner Digital Collections02/21/2014
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Roger Kammerer02/21/2014
Ground was broken on morning of Sept. 10, 1964. From L-R: J. Hicks Corey; Dr. James Butler; Capt. Earl Reagan;...

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EXPLORING the Collection
Use different tools to explore the facets of the collection including browsing the collection by theme, exploring an illustrated timeline, navigating the "subject cloud," or watching the development of Greenville through historic maps.

The HISTORY of Greenville and Pitt County
Learn more about the historical period documented in these images to understand the development of the city and county and get an inside look at the development of the paper.

A workshop November 4, 2009 with 25 K-12 educators on the advantage of the Seeds of Change collection in aiding the development of National History Day projects. Workshop materials are now available for download.

The Creation of the Online COLLECTION
The Daily Reflector Image Collection took more than a year to complete. Find out more about the behind-the-scenes work that went into creating the digital images and the online collection...