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UNC’s art librarian, Pat Thompson, researched an artist named Edith Branson. Branson had a unique painting style but she never promoted her work. Thompson found there are many other anonymous women artists, so she published a list of artists in the library’s North Carolina Women Artists file.
Historian Tom Buell analyzed library collections of Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee’s letters and the government’s official records. After rethinking the Civil War, Buell says our modern perception of Lee’s leadership in the war is based mainly on myth, folklore and nostalgia.