New in the Gray Library

Moravian Americans and their Neighbors, 1772-1822, U. Wiethaus & G. McAllister, eds.
Portraits of Resistance: Activating Art During Slavery, Jennifer Van Horn
African Founders: How Enslaved People Expanded American Ideals, David Hackett Fischer
Industry and Ingenuity: The Partnership of William Ince and John Mayhew, Hugh Roberts
Material Lives: Women Makers and Consumer Culture in the 18th Century, Serena Dyer

and many more…

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Located in the Frank L. Horton Museum Center, the Old Salem Museums & Gardens’ Anne P. and Thomas A. Gray Library houses materials on southern decorative arts and material culture, the social history of the antebellum South, and Moravian history. The library contains over 20,000 cataloged volumes, including books, periodicals, rare books and manuscripts, and microforms. Of particular note is The Thomas A. Gray Rare Book Collection, including rare books and manuscripts dating from 1590 to 1865, that focuses on early North Carolina material, as well as Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, and Georgia.

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Anne P. and Thomas A. Gray Library
924 South Main Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101


Wednesday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Saturdays by appointment only.

Appointments are strongly suggested (click here to make an appointment).