Documenting Neighborhood History in the Rogers Road Neighborhood of Chapel Hill
Thursday, June 25
5 p.m. – Reception and exhibit viewing
5:45 p.m. – Program
Free and open to the public
Information: 919-962-4207 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A panel presentation featuring Rev. Robert Campbell, other members of the Rogers Road neighborhood, and researcher Emily Eidenier
Unidentified couple from the
Walker Family photos, ca. 1920s.
North Carolina Collection.
May 21, 2009 — For 37 years, the Rogers Road community in Chapel Hill has been at the center of a public debate about the impact of the Orange County Landfill, which borders the neighborhood. A new exhibit in the North Carolina Collection Gallery of UNC’s Wilson Library tells a deeper story, uncovering more than two centuries of the community’s history.
The free, public exhibit, We’re All Family Here: Preserving Community Heritage in the Rogers Road Neighborhood of Chapel Hill, will be open June 12 through August 31 in the North Carolina Collection Gallery, on the main floor of Wilson Library. (more here)