Our projectsOur projects are always evolving and growing. Here is a small sample of completed work.
Dick Wicks invites readers to join him on a journey as he explores the ancestral roots of the Wicks-Gerber family. Starting with his most recent common ancestors of many millennia ago, he then traces his family lines — Wicks, Grotzinger, Gerber, Frank, and more — through 400 years, from Germany and England to the United States. Along the way, he shares the stories of:
- The adventurers who risked everything to come to the New World in the early 17th century, becoming some of this country's first residents.
- The young man who traveled with Roger Williams when he established Providence, Rhode Island.
- The ancestor who was also a forefather of an American president.
- The New England settler who supported the first free school in the nation.
- The family who was connected to a leather tanning empire.
- The intrepid immigrant who died while setting an explosion to build a road.
- The forefathers who sought religious freedom to be safe from persecution.
- The ancestors who played a role in establishing communities like Cambridge, Massachusetts; Southhold, New York; Norwalk, Connecticut; Liberty, New York; and St. Marys, Pennsylvania.
This poignant and moving memoir takes readers on a journey of loss, danger, fear and survival. An incredible journey that started in war-torn Poland in 1938 and continued through a series of never-ending displacements. A journey made possible only through Anna's strength and resilience. Anna Glowacki Muņoz's story begins in war-torn Poland in 1938. As the war brought violence and death to so many innocent people, she and her family had their own narrow escape. Others survived thanks to the bravery of individuals like her father who took great risks to help many of the most vulnerable. Anna and her father withstood the chaos and danger because of careful planning as well as chance and good fortune. As one war closed, another threat loomed. Anna and her father fled Poland in 1948 as the Iron Curtain began to fall, escaping before they were swallowed up by a new upheaval. As a young immigrant in the U.S., she faced the prejudice and heard the taunts of children who used the epithet of DP — or Displaced Person — when they pointed at the foreigner in their midst. Anna didn't feel like a refugee, but she didn't have a permanent home either. DP: My Journey as a Displaced Person is available through Blurb.com.
Recreated from original scrapbooks and photo albums, this series of publications features reproduced original images and handwriting from albums dating from the late 19th century to the middle of the 20th century.
Where You Lead I Will Follow: A Tribute to Meg in Words and Pictures
This tribute book celebrates a high school graduate as it explores her life from infancy to graduation. It features more than 300 photos and contributions from about 40 people — friends, family, teachers and more! It is filled with stories, memories, reflections and good wishes.
This book traces the earliest days of Mike Weddington's passion for wakeboarding through training and first competitions, ultimately leading to earning the title of World Champion. It features the recollections and stories from friends, family and fellow competitors.
3150 Studio Artists: Women Inspiring Women exhibit
This photo DVDs commemorates the fiber art created by the 3150 Studio Artists and featured in an exhibit entitled Women Inspiring Women. The exhibit uses the influence and inspiration of women artists, past or present, to inform contemporary work, resulting in pieces rich with intertextuality in media, form and content.
Keith Amos: A Celebration of His Life
Keith Amos made his mark wherever he went. Growing up in small town Minden, LA, he was known as the smart kid who had gifts and talents to make something special of himself. As a student at Xavier University in New Orleans, teachers and fellow students recognized that Keith was going to be going places. At Harvard Med School, his growing talent as a physician was starting to blossom. His skilled precision as a surgeon grew exponentially when he was a resident as Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University Med School in St. Louis. His natural ability to connect with patients came into full fruition during his surgical oncology fellowship at MD Anderson in Houston. His innate passion for advocacy and teaching combined with his other natural talents at the Lineberger Cancer Center at UNC-Chapel Hill to make Keith the ideal doctor. But Keith was more than that. His love for his wife and his children, his generosity with friends, and his zest for life created a man with an indomitable spirit. This is his story.
Keith Amos: A Celebration of His Life is available from Lulu.com
Webbed Toes: A Birth Mother's Life Story By Winifred Latham
In this personal history publication, Winifred Latham takes readers on the journey of her life, from growing up in small town Washington, North Carolina, to earning a nursing degree from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, to locales both stateside and international during her career as a United States Air Force nurse during the Vietnam War era. This candid memoir shares Latham's story as a young woman who was date raped before finishing nursing school in the late 1950s and, finding herself pregnant, her agonizing decision to give the baby up for adoption. Woven throughout the narrative is her struggle to maintain the secret that she carried with her for 35 years. Latham's story goes full circle when she receives a letter out of the blue from a woman who knows about the child she thought she would never see again. This book is available on Amazon and can be ordered at a discount from Lulu
MaryMac Kear's Chapel Hill Scrapbooks
This volume reproduces photographs, correspondence, ticket stubs, and other souvenirs collected by MaryMac Kear during her time in the Chapel Hill in the 1930s and 1940s. It is the ultimate preservation of a family member's cherished memories.
Amanda Pustz celebrated her friendship with Rhonda Rivera with this 150-page book. It explores their relationship through ten years of correspondence, photographs and mementoes.
Ingrahaven — A Hundred Years By Elizabeth Reid Murray
This publication explores the history of the house named Ingrahaven in Wadesboro, North Carolina, built and owned by members of the Ingram-Little-Davis family. The book also recollects some family history as well as provides a look at everyday life for a family in North Carolina from 1912-2012.
Photographs By Inez H. Nash
This art book features a selection of photos taken by local photographer Inez Nash.
Mary Werner Beckman: In Her Own Words
Personal history publication based on oral history recordings
Quin Murray's Middle Eastern Trip Travel Journal
Illustrated transcript of a 1973 travel journal
of Raleigh, North Carolina
Co-authored with Dr. Raymond L. Murray
Wedding Anniversary of a local couple,
Robert and Jo
Wedding Anniversary of a local couple, Juan and Anna
Zell Brown Chapman
Family photograph album also includes short narratives on the history of Zell Brown Chapman and her family. This Memory Book was created for our client's grandmother who had dementia. It focuses on photographs and is organized chronologically with a short family history so her grandmother could acquaint herself with her own past. An excellent tool for reminiscence therapy.
This tribute book celebrates a couple's 45th wedding anniversary through the stories and good wishes of friends, family and loved ones.
Family photograph album
Project included digitizing and editing family photos
Adoption Photo Book
Facilitated large donation of books and papers to NC State University Libraries on behalf of former NC State Professor
Other projects from IHS historians
Collaboration including writing, editing, organization and development of footnotes and bibliography.
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