C.P. Ellis and Ann Atwater, longtime enemies, were named co-chairs of the charrette S.O.S., “Save Our Schools.”
C.P. Ellis and Ann Atwater, longtime enemies, were named co-chairs of the charrette S.O.S., “Save Our Schools.” Jim Thornton The Herald-Sun Collection, copyright University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries
C.P. Ellis and Ann Atwater, longtime enemies, were named co-chairs of the charrette S.O.S., “Save Our Schools.” Jim Thornton The Herald-Sun Collection, copyright University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries

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Past Times

About Past Times

History fascinates us. We love to linger over old photographs or accounts of years long gone. Discovering our own personal histories can become an enjoyable pastime. This blog will provide some looks into that past. We'll look at NC history in general, and Triangle history in particular. We'll also try to give you the tips and tools (and connections) for looking at your own history.