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Further Readings

Further Readings

Information About Campus Buildings and Faculty

  • Greta Browning. "Researching University History in the University Archives: Home." LibGuides at Appalachian State University. January 29, 2019. Accessed May 06, 2019.

    • Online directory of resources beneficial in researching the history of Appalachian State University

    • Guidelines to how college dormitories are ranked based on their environmental impact.

Information About Dormitories’ Namesakes

  • Lucius Wedge. "Moses Herman Cone." In Immigrant Entrepreneurship: German-American Business Biographies, 1720 to the Present, vol. 3, edited by Giles R. Hoyt. German Historical Institute. Last modified February 24, 2015.

    • Quick biography of Moses Herman Cone, a notable businessman that was dedicated Cone Hall for his contributions to Appalachian State University.

  • Susan Tucker Hatcher. “A Last Gasp: Clyde R. Hoey and the Twilight of Racial Segregation, 1945-1954.” The South is Another Land: Essays on the Twentieth Century South. ed. Bruce Clayton and John A. Salmond (Westport, Connecticut) Greenwood Press. 1987.

    • An interesting read about socialism and its prescence in the American South. The article outlines Hoey Hall’s namesake and his political influence regarding racial equality in North Carolina after the Second World War. A review of the collection of essays can be accessed here at

Selected Works by Relevant Individuals

  • Edwin Gill, edited by David Leroy Corbitt. Public Papers and Letters of Oliver Max Gardner, Governor of North Carolina: 1929-1933. The Library of the University of North Carolina. Edward & Broughton Co. Online.

    • Compiled written records of Gov. Oliver Max Gardner, contributor to public universities in North Carolina.

North Carolina History

  • Thad Eure. North Carolina Manual: 1961. The Library of the University of North Carolina. Raleigh. Owen B. Dunn Co. 1961.

    • Published work regarding politicians and policical events that include information about John Stanton Coltrane, to whome Coltrane Hall was dedicated.