Contains 14 Results:
Mother's Day and Women's Day, 1955-1980, undated
Contains typed speeches given by Bertha, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, and holiday cards around women and Mother's Day.
Father's Day, 1972-1980, undated
Contains newspaper and magazine articles, as well as typed letters, around fathers and Father's Day.
Event programs and publications, 1975-2002
Contains event programs, newspaper clippings, and publications of which Bertha attended and was featured.
Thank you notes and congratulatory messages, 1976-1979
Contains cards of thanks and congratulations, as well as Mother's Day cards, given to Bertha for her success and accomplishments.
Responsive readings, undated
Contains several copies of call and response documents, largely centered around prayer.
Contains various educational newsletters and leaflets, mostly related to the New Hanover County school system.
"My Restless Journey", 1967-2007
Contains material related to school desegregation that Bertha used in her memoir, "My Restless Journey." Content includes newspaper articles in which Bertha appeared, school files, thank you cards, notes for speeches, a Hoggard High School patch and 1968 phone book, and event programs and agendas.
High school newspapers, 1972-1974
Contains copies of New Hanover High School's student newspaper "The Wildcat" and Hoggard High School's student newspaper "The Venture." Includes a 1974 clipping from the Wilmington Journal.
Hoggard High School, 1968-1984
Contains mostly correspondence, thank you cards and personal notes, and handwritten and typed documents related to Bertha's time working at Hoggard High School. There is also a large amount of newspaper clippings related to school events and community happenings, as well as phone books and handbooks that contain relevant school and contact information, and school documents like meeting notes and announcements. Also included are two large pins and a license plate.
Diversity, 1971, 2003-2004, undated
Contains mostly newspaper articles and clippings, as well as other articles, discussion guides, and event material related to school segregation, diversity, and local Wilmington events of which Bertha was involved or attended.