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Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Records, 1973-1996, undated

Manuscript Collection #284

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Title: Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Records
Creator: Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina
Repository: ECU Manuscript Collection
Languages: English
Abstract: Records (1974-1975), including correspondence, minutes, agenda, programs, By-laws, presidential address.
Extent: 2.2658 Cubic feet, 1551 items .

Administrative Information Click here to collapse or expand the contents in this section of the finding aid

Accessions Information

June 18, 1975, 188 items, 0.083 cubic feet; Records (1974-1975), including correspondence, minutes, agendas, programs, by-laws, and presidential addresses or organization of historians working in North Carolina. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. Walser Allen, President, AHENC

December 1, 1976, (unprocessed addition 1), 123 items, 0.0563 cubic feet; Association files (1974-1976), including correspondence, minutes, reports, and by-laws. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. William N. Still, Jr., President, AHENC

July 1, 1977, (unprocessed addition 2), 89 items, 0.0393 cubic feet; President's files (1976-1977). See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. William Dempsey, President, AHENC

September 20, 1978, (unprocessed addition 3), 1 item, 0.0029 cubic feet; Treasurer's files (1974-1976). See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. Vernon Stumpf, President, AHENC

August 2, 1979, (unprocessed addition 4), 63 items, 0.0266 cubic feet; Association records (1978-1979). See preliminary inventory. Donor: Professor Bruce Pulliam, President, AHENC

April 8, 1981, (unprocessed addition 5), 165 items, 0.0616 cubic feet; Association records (1980-1981). See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. Bruce R. Pulliam, President, AHENC

July 30, 1981, (unprocessed addition 6), 89 items, 0.0803 cubic feet; records of Executive Council and President (1975-1983, n.d.) including general correspondence and papers presented to AHENC. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. George Melton, President, AHENC

July 6, 1982, (unprocessed addition 7), 5 items; Presidential files (1976-1980, n.d.) including papers presented to AHENC. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. Thomas V. Moseley, President, AHENC

November 15, 1982, (unprocessed addition 8), 256 items, 0.500 cubic feet; Records (1974-1984, n.d.), including correspondence, reports, programs, papers presented and other related materials. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Professor Vernon O. Stumpf, President, AHENC

October 12, 1983, (unprocessed addition 9), 124 items, 0.750 cubic feet; Records (1974-1984, n.d.), including correspondence, minutes, reports, programs, speeches and papers presented to AHENC. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. Thornton W. Mitchell, President, AHENC

April 2, 1984, (unprocessed addition 10), 5 items, 0.0353 cubic feet; Papers submitted for the Lawrence F. Brewster Awards competition (1984). See preliminary inventory. Donor: Executive Committee, AHENC

April 16, 1985, (unprocessed addition 11), 38 items, 0.0113 cubic feet; Presidential files and program materials (1974-1986) including correspondence, programs, and miscellaeous materials. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. Kay Huggins, President, AHENC

September 11, 1985, (unprocessed addition 12), 7 items, 0.0406 cubic feet; Papers submitted for Brewster Awards competition (1984-1985, n.d.). See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. Charles Cullop, Executive Committee, AHENC

September 4, 1986, (unprocessed addition 13), 4 items, 0.021 cubic feet; Papers submitted for the Lawrence A. Brewster Awards competition (1985-1986). See preliminary inventory. Donor: Executive Committee, AHENC

June 26, 1987, (unprocessed addition 14), 3 items, 0.016 cubic feet; Papers submitted for the Lawrence A. Brewster Awards competition (1986-1987). See preliminary inventory. Donor: Officers, AHENC

June 25, 1991, (unprocessed addition 15), 391 items, 0.500 cubic feet; Executive Council records and financial records (1977-1988). See preliminary inventory. Donor: Dr. Fred D. Ragan, for Executive Committee, AHENC

November 13, 2006, (unprocessed addition 16), 1,495 items, 3.00 cubic feet; Secretary Treasurer’s records (1973-1996) of an organization of historians working in North Carolina including materials on finances, committees, meetings, membership, constitution and by laws, and programs, papers, and publications. See preliminary inventory. Recd. 10/26/2006. Donor: Dr. Fred D. Ragan, for Executive Committee.

Access Restrictions

No restrictions

Copyright Notice

Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.

Preferred Citation

Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Records (#284), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

Acquisition Information

  • Gift of Dr. Walser Allen
  • Gift of Dr. William N. Still, Jr.
  • Gift of Dr. William Dempsey
  • Gift of Dr. Vernon Stumpf
  • Gift of Professor Bruce R. Pulliam
  • Gift of Dr. George Melton
  • Gift of Dr. Thomas V. Moseley
  • Gift of Professor Vernon O. Stumpf
  • Gift of Dr. Thornton W. Mitchell
  • Gift of Executive Committee, AHENC
  • Gift of Dr. Kay Huggins
  • Gift of Dr. Charles Cullop
  • Gift of Officers, AHENC
  • Gift of Dr. Fred D. Ragan

Processing Information

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Preliminary Inventory Click here to collapse or expand the contents in this section of the finding aid

Below is material taken from a preliminary inventory and represents content from the collection that is unprocessed.

  • Box 2#0284.2
    PRESIDENTS FILES AND BREWSTER AWARDS ENTRIES
    • Folder a#0284.2.a
      General correspondence (1981) 68 items. 75 p.
    • Folder b#0284.2.b
      General correspondence (1982) 65 items. 85 p.
    • Folder c#0284.2.c
      General correspondence (1983) 13 items. 20 p.
    • Folder d#0284.2.d
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1978) The Myth of the Antislavery Southerner: Kentucky's Colonializationists as a Test Case, by Jeffrey Allen Brooke, Fayetteville State University. Photocopy typescript. Presented 10/27/1978. 1 item. 17 p.  (item #1)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1975) Presidential Address: History: Our Culture, Curriculum, and Commodity, by Walser H. Allen, Jr. Photocopy typescript. Presented 5/2/1975. 1 item. 5 p.  (item #2)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1974, 1984) AHENC in Review: The Origins of the Association, by Walser H. Allen, Jr. Photocopy typescript. Presented 3/30/1984; letter of transmittal to Donald R. Lennon . 2 items. 7 p.  (item #3)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1977) AHENC in Review: Were There Political Parties in Eighteenth Century England? By Richard A. Cooper, University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Photocopy typescript. Presented 1977; A short biographical sketch for Dr. Stumpf . 2 items. 18 p.  (item #4)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) AHENC in Review: What Price Loyalism? The Case of John Cruden, Commissioner of Sequestered Estates, by Jeffrey J. Crow. Photocopy typescript. Presented n.d. 1 item. 27 p.  (item #5)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) AHENC in Review: Land Use Policy and the American Dream, by Dr. William R. Dempsey. Photocopy typescript. Presented n.d.; Transmittal note. 2 items. 15 p.  (item #6)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) AHENC in Review: Marc Bloch, by Dr. Carole Find, University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Photocopy typescript. Presented n.d. 1 item. 17 p.  (item #7)
    • Folder e#0284.2.e
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1980) Eli Washington Caruthers: A Career in Faith and History, by W. Conrad Gass, Campbell University Photocopy typescript. As submitted to North Carolina Historical Review. letter of transmittal. 2 items. 32 p.  (item #1)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1981) Eli Washington Caruthers: History as Moral Enterprise, by W. Conrad Gass, Campbell University Photocopy typescript. As revised for AHENC, 1/15/1981; letter of transmittal. 2 items. 35 p.  (item #2)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1981) Eli Washington Caruthers: History as Moral Enterprise, by W. Conrad Gass, Campbell University Photocopy typescript. As revised for AHENC, 3/2/1981; letter of transmittal. 2 items. 15 p.  (item #3)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) Eli Washington Caruthers and the Difficult Labor of Writing History, by W. Conrad Gass, Campbell University Photocopy typescript. As revised for AHENC, n.d.. 1 item. 23 p.  (item #4)
    • Folder f#0284.2.f
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) Race Relations in North Carolina During Presidential Reconstruction, by John H. Haley. Photocopy typescript; note of transmittal. 2 items. 27 p.  (item #1)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) Our Oil or Theirs: Brazilian Nationalists Versus Major Oil Companies, 1895-1953, by Robert C. Hersch. Photocopy typescript; note of transmittal. 2 items. 27 p.  (item #2)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1975) Syncretism in Defense of Confucianism: The Early (1887-1923) Thought of Chang Cun-mai (Carsun Chang), by Roger B. Jeans, Washington and Lee University. Presented 7/29/1975. Photocopy typescript; note of transmittal & Notes of Prof. Jeans Paper on Carsun Chang. 3 items. 8 p.  (item #3)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1975) Syncretism in Defense of Confucianism: Portrait of a Lost Cause, by Roger B. Jeans, Washington and Lee University. Presented 9/24/1975. Photocopy typescript; note of transmittal. 2 items. 17 p.  (item #4)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) The True Federalism, by David A. Jones, North Carolina Wesleyan College. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript; note of transmittal. 1 item. 8 p.  (item #5)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) The Development of Urban Government in Colonial Eastern North Carolina, by Donald R. Lennon, East Carolina University. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript; note of transmittal. 1 item. 27 p.  (item #6)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) Traditional Interests and American Imperialism, The Case of Liberia, 1897-1912, by Dr. Judson M. Lyon, Fayetteville State University. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript; note of transmittal. 1 item. 19 p.  (item #7)
    • Folder g#0284.2.g
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1982) Presidential Address: The State Library and Library Development in North Carolina, by Thornton Mitchell. Presented 3/19/1982. Photocopy typescript; note of transmittal. 2 items. 43 p.  (item #1)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) Baron Von Steuben to Winfield Scott: U. S. Infantry Tactical Manuals of the American Revolution Through the War of 1812, by Thomas V. Moseley. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 29 p.  (item #2)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (n.d.) USMA: Education and Training of the Civil War Officer Corps with Brief Views on Quality of the Volunteer, by Thomas V. Moseley. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 19 p.  (item #3)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1980) Populists and Suffragists: Women and Mississippi Politics in the Early Twenties, by Vinton M. Prince, Shaw University. Presented 10/10/1980.. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 17 p.  (item #4)
      • Papers presented to AHENC (1976) Comment on "Ten Men of High Office in Revolutionary North Carolina, 1777-1783: A Test of Martin's Conclusions in Men in Rebellion, by Prof. Karl Rodabaugh, East Carolina University. Presented 4/30/1976. Typescript. 1 item. 17 p.  (item #5)
  • Box 4#0284.4
    BREWSTER AWARDS ENTRIES
    • Folder a#0284.4.a
      • Brewster Award Papers (1982-1984) 3 items. 5 p.  (item #1)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1983) Educating Black Physicians at Leonard Medical Collection, 1865-1920, by Todd L. Savitt, East Carolina University School of Medicine. Presented 3/25/1983. Typescript. 1 item.23 p.  (item #2)
      • Brewster Award Papers (n.d.) The Vassall Family Trading Group and their 1664 Penetration of Carolina, by Marequita D. Williams, North Carolina State University. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 56 p.  (item #3)
      • Brewster Award Papers (n.d.) The Religious Issue in the North Carolina Presidential Campaign of 1960: A Footnote on Al Smith, by Gerald Lee Wilson, Assistant Dean, Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, Duke University. Presented n.d.. Typescript. 1 item. 32 p.  (item #4)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1982) Blending the Two Cultures: The Role of the Social Sciences in the Education of Future Scientific / Technological Leaders, by Virginia S. Williams & James A. Little, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Presented 10/21/1982. Typescript. 1 item. 26 p.  (item #5)
    • Folder b#0284.4.b
      • Brewster Award Papers (1985) Correspondence. Typescript. 2 item. 2 p.  (item #1)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1985) Cradled in Conflict: Origins of East Carolina University, by Mary Jo Bratton. Presented 1985. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 41 p.  (item #2)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1985) Slavery and Ideology: The South African Case, by R. L. Watson, North Carolina Wesleyan University. Presented 10/5/1984. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 19 p.  (item #3)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1985) Sant'Apollnare Nuovo in Ravenna: The Church, the Mosaics, and the Historian, by Robert W. Brown, Pembroke State University. Presented Fall 1984 Meeting. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 32 p.  (item #4)
      • Brewster Award Papers (n.d.) Neville Chamberlain's Wartime Administration, by Van Michael Leslie. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 19 p.  (item #5)
      • Brewster Award Papers (n.d.) The Making of "USA: A Television History: American History Through Television: The Next Assignment, by Robert Brent Toplin. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 9 p.  (item #6)
    • Folder c#0284.4.c
      • Brewster Award Papers (1985-1986) The Gentlemanly Ideal and Class: Conflict in "The French Lieutenant's Woman," by Bruce L. Kinzer, University of North Carolina Wilmington; and note of transmittal. Presented n.d. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 15 p.  (item #1)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1985-1986) Brothers, Sisters, and Citizens: The Moravian Community in North Carolina, 1753-72, by Daniel B. Thorp, East Carolina University. Presented n.d. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 14 p.  (item #2)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1985-1986) St. John's Guild and Its Hospital, by Memory F. Mitchell, Raleigh Presented 3/25/1986. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 22 p.  (item #3)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1985-1986) Making Sense of Textile History: Public Humanities Programs in North Carolina, by Brent Glass, University of North Carolina Greensboro. Presented n.d. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 12 p.  (item #4)
    • Folder d#0284.4.d
      • Brewster Award Entries (1986-1987) A Quantitative Study of Voting Patterns in the 1933 North Carolina Senate, by Michele Keller Pontinen & Alan Brent Monroe, East Carolina University. Presented 3/27/1987. Typescript. 1 item. 16 p.  (item #1)
      • Brewster Award Entries (1986-1987) Grassroots Democracy and the Founding of Postwar Political Parties: Local German Politics in the United States Zone of Occupation, 1945-49, by Rebecca Boehlin, Franklin and Marshall College. Presented 3/27/1987. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 13 p.  (item #2)
      • Brewster Award Entries (1986-1987) The Origins of Pembroke State University, by David K. Eliades. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 18 p.  (item #3)
    • Folder e#0284.4.e
      Treasurer's Records (1974-1976) 1 item. 9 p.
  • Box 5#0284.5
    BREWSTER AWARDS ENTRIES
    • Folder a#0284.5.a
      • Brewster Award Entries (1981-1982) Correspondence. Typescript. 1 item. 3 p.  (item #1)
      • Brewster Award Entries (1981-1982) Images and Perceptions: The Indians in the Colonial Carolinas, by David K. Eliades. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 29 p.  (item #2)
      • Brewster Award Entries (1981-1982) School Reform in the New South: The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina, 1902-1919, by James L. Leloudis II, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (c) 1981 Not for quotation or citation. Presented December 1981. Typescript. 1 item. 43 p.  (item #3)
      • Brewster Award Entries (1981-1982) Black Jazz Musicians in the Southeast 1890-1945: Traditions and Institutions, Thomas J. Hennessy. Presented n.d.. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 16 p.  (item #4)
      • Brewster Award Entries (1981-1982) A Report on the Life of the People in a Small Rural Village in China, by Thomas D. Wu, Fayetteville State University. Presented 3/19/1982. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 12 p.  (item #5)
      • Brewster Award Entries (1981-1982) John Urmston: A Tory Parson in a Whiggish Hell, by George Stevenson. Presented n.d. Typescript. 1 item. 17 p.  (item #6)
    • Folder b#0284.5.b
      AHENC Audit Statements (1983-1987) 10 items. 19 p.
    • Folder c#0284.5.c
      AHENC Bank Statements (1977-1986) ca. 150 items ca. 250 p.
    • Folder d#0284.5.d
      AHENC Bills (1979-1985) ca. 50 items ca. 100 p.
    • Folder e#0284.5.e
      AHENC Checking Account Check Stubbs #101-160 (3/20/1978 - 5/3/1985) 2 items. 21 p.
    • Folder f#0284.5.f
      AHENC Credit Union Statements (1979-1987) ca. 30 items 50 p.
    • Folder g#0284.5.g
      AHENC Savings Account Bank Books (1978-1988) 2 items. 22 p.
    • Folder h#0284.5.h
      AHENC Bank Deposit Slips (1978-1986) 1 item ca. 60 p.
    • Folder i#0284.5.i
      AHENC Receipts (1977-1986) 5 items ca. 75 p.
    • Folder j#0284.5.j
      Executive Council correspondence (1983-1984) 22 items. 32 p.
    • Folder k#0284.5.k
      Executive Council correspondence (1982-1983) 38 items. 45 p.
    • Folder l#0284.5.l
      Executive Council correspondence (1981-1982) 30 items. 38 p.
    • Folder m#0284.5.m
      Executive Council correspondence (1980-1981) 25 items. 31 p.
    • Folder n#0284.5.n
      Executive Council correspondence (1977-1980) 25 items. 33 p.
    • Folder o#0284.5.o
      Lapsed Members (8/6/1987) 1 item. 47 p. Note: Membership cards.
    • Folder p#0284.5.p
      • Brewster Award Papers (1984) Edward Owings Guerrant: Advocate and Architect of Presbyterian Domestic Missions in Kentucky, by Betty Carolyn Congleton, East Carolina University. Presented n.d. Typescript. 1 item. 20 p.  (item #1)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1984) The Changing Image of the South in Country Music, by Melton McLaurin, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Presented n.d. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 25 p.  (item #2)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1984) Darlan and Auphan, November 1942: The Myth of the Secret Telegrams, by George E. Melton, Presented n.d. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 25 p.  (item #3)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1984) Jehossee Island, the Antebellum South's Largest Rice Plantation, by James Clifton, Presented n.d. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 20 p.  (item #4)
      • Brewster Award Papers (1984) Vicente Pazos of Upper Peru: "The Defender of Amazon Navigation," by Charles H. Bowman, Jr. Presented n.d. Photocopy typescript. 1 item. 18 p.  (item #5)
  • Box 9#0284.9
    SECRETARY TREASURER'S FILES
    • Folder a#0284.9.a
      Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies (1983-1995) correspondence, brochures, pamphlets, etc ca. 100 items ca. 200 p.
    • Folder b#0284.9.b
      Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies (1982-1983) Bulletin 9 items 54 p.
    • Folder c#0284.9.c
      Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies (1984-1985) Bulletin 12 items 72 p.
    • Folder d#0284.9.d
      Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies (1985-1987) Bulletin 5 items 30 p.
    • Folder e#0284.9.e
      Constitution and By Laws History file (1982-1987, n.d.) 22 items. 110 p.
    • Folder f#0284.9.f
      Host Institution Letter (1984-1988) 5 items. 6 p.
    • Folder g#0284.9.g
      Cape Hatteras National Seashore (1977-1978) AHENC newsletter subscription file. 2 items. 4 p.
    • Folder h#0284.9.h
      Internal Revenue Service (1976-1993) files. 50 items. 100 p.

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