|Title:||Samuel Lloyd Sheep Papers|
|Creator:||Sheep, Samuel Lloyd, d. 1928|
|Repository:||ECU Manuscript Collection|
|Abstract:||Papers (1873-1928) consisting of correspondence, school reports, school catalogues, letters, newspapers and photographs.|
|Extent:||0.044 Cubic feet, 13 items , consisting of correspondence, school reports, school catalogs, and photographs.|
July 11, 1973, 13 items; Papers (1873-1928) including correspondence, school reports, school catalogs, and photographs. Gift of Mrs. Garland Towe, Elizabeth City, N.C.
Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.
Samuel Lloyd Sheep Papers (#233), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Processed by L. Hofler, April 1974
Encoded by Apex Data Services
Samuel Lloyd Sheep was a noted educator in Elizabeth City and the surrounding area. Involved in education for his entire life, Sheep was president of Atlantic Collegiate Institute. Upon his death in 1928, the Board of Graded School Trustees named the Grammar School Building in Elizabeth City, N.C., in his memory.
The bulk of this collection is made up of school catalogs of the Atlantic Collegiate Institute (1904-1906).
The bulk of this collection is made up of school catalogues of the Atlantic Collegiate Institute (1904-1906).These catalogs describe the history of the school, curriculum, fees, and various other types of information pertaining to the school. Also included are school report cards of Pauline Hinton from Miss Martin's School (1873-1874), 1908-1909 school catalog of Graded SChools of Elizabeth City, N.C., " The Tatler" for Elizabeth City High School for Christmas 1915 and photographs.
Correspondence in this collection consists of two items. One item concerns a resolution passed by the Board of Graded School Trustees naming the Grammar School in Sheep's memory. The other letter is from newspaper editor R. B. Creecy giving a complimentary subscription to The Economist, a local newspaper.
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