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Auxiliary Services Director of the North Carolina Department of Administration Douglas Biddy recommends Bonnie Cone for the Nancy Susan Reynolds Award. He writes about the immense impact Cone had as a professor on him and other students.

A photograph of E.K. Fretwell and Bonnie Cone, seated, with D.W. Colvard and James H. Woodward (left to right), standing.

Bonnie Cone with a student near the Belk Tower on the UNC Charlotte campus. The Colvard Building is seen behind them.

Bonnie Cone's gravesite in the Van Landingham Glen on the main campus of UNC Charlotte.

A photo of Dean Colvard, chancellor emeritus of UNC Charlottte, and Bonnie Cone embracing.

Photo of Bonnie Cone and an unidentified man during a celebration of her 90th birthday at UNC Charlotte.

Pastor Douglas W. Caldwell recommends Bonnie Cone for the Nancy Susan Reynolds Award. He writes about the personal influence Cone had on him and her assistance in getting him admitted to Charlotte College.

Physician Ronald R. Caldwell recommends Bonnie Cone for the Nancy Susan Reynolds Award. He writes that as the great-grandson of a former slave, he benefited immensely from Bonnie Cone's influence when he attended UNC Charlotte from 1967-1971.

Bonnie Cone proctors a placement exam for two students who are hoping to enroll in the Charlotte College Center, Miss Annie Sawyer and Jack R. Stannard.

In a clip from a much longer interview about Bonnie Cone's work building UNC Charlotte, Jack Claiborne mentions Bonnie Cone's ability to persuade businessmen.