Madeline Palmer Burbanck

…92 in Newport News, Virginia on 1 January 2007. She was survived by her children, Melinda and George.   PUBLICATIONS (incomplete list): Burbanck, Madeline P. and Donald L. Phillips. 1983….

Frances Katherine Foust Lombard

…of Asheboro, Randolph County, North Carolina. She had two older brothers, Sam and George, and five younger sisters, Martha E., Donna L., Mary W., Ruth, and Sarah K. The family…

Earl Henry Hall

…by Earl H. Hall. Special Collections, University Archive, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 3. Jester, Betty Brown (editor) (1948) Mr. Earl Hall Retires After Twenty-four Years. The Alumnae News

Andrew Clark Mathews

…hold dances open to Southport residents. The local Amuzu Theater provided entertainment for the enrollees. The camp had organized sports teams and its own newspaper, The Sapona Sandspur. They had…

Mary Sue Munson Brehme

…1880-2012”; School Name: Maryville College; Year: 1953. 6. In Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Bob Brehme. accessed on 7 April 2020. 7. Obituary: Robert Brehme. accessed on 7 April 2020….

Lichen Updates: new name and new county records

By Carol Ann McCormick, Curatrix, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) In a recent e-newsletter article Herbarium Associate Gary Perlmutter described finding Crimson Frosted Palmetto Lichen (Arthonia…

Amos Jones “AJ” Bullard

…Calypso, North Carolina. He wrote a weekly column, “Botany with Bullard” for the Mount Olive Messenger published by the Goldsboro News-Argus. “Lived to learn it!“, one of Ken Moore’s “Flora”…