The Brock Historical Museum of Greensboro College seeks to foster a sense of identity, community, and pride in the college’s rich history by collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting archival materials and physical artifacts pertinent to the history of the college, life at the college, and the college’s relation to and influence on both the surrounding communities and society in general.
Female bust by Charles Bissette, Class of 1957
The Brock Historical Museum is located on the third floor of Main Building on the Greensboro College campus. For information regarding hours, please contact Elena Henry at 336-272-7102, ext. 5228, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of the college’s yearbooks, 88 of them, have been digitized courtesy of the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center (NCDHC) and are now available online. Additionally, nine yearbooks from Davenport College, which merged into Greensboro College in 1938, were digitized. Visit the college yearbooks page.
The J.C. Price School site examines the historical and educational significance of the school through the use of archival materials and oral history interviews.
Greensboro College is indebted to Mr. Lindsey A. Lambert, director of the Brock Historical Museum from 1999 to 2012, for his creation of the original Brock Historical Museum website in 2001. That website and Mr. Lambert's additions to it in subsequent years provide most of the information now contained in this subsite.