March 12, 1979, 89 pages; Craven County, N.C., cemetery records. Copies of original in possession of John B. Green III, New Bern, N.C.
April 27, 1994, (unprocessed addition 1), 60 items, 0.200 cubic feet; New Bern Chapter Records (1954-1967) of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, New Bern, North Carolina Chapter including minute book, January 1954 - September 1966, including membership roll calls, ca. 1953-1965; also correspondence, clippings, notes, reports, resolutions, memorials, poems, songsheets, brochures, pamphlets, membership application forms, etc., 1954-1968, undated. Holograph, Typescript and Printed; See prelinary inventory. Donor: Mr. John B. Green, III
March 4, 1997, (unprocessed addition 2), 1 box, 54 items, 0.050 cubic feet; Collection (1898-1972, undated) of picture post cards, stereographs and sheet music with naval and maritime themes, including World War I patriotic sheet music for "The Navy Took Them Over" and "The Navy Will Bring Them Back" Lyrics by Yeoman Howard Johnson, U.S.N. Music by Ira Schuster, copyrighted by Leo Feist. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Mr. John B. Green, III
September 5, 2000, (unprocessed addition 3), 1 volume, 1 item, 0.200 cubic feet; Scrapbook (1919-1922) containing clippings on construction of concrete ships at the Newport Shipbuilding Corp., New Bern, North Carolina; and on the New Bern Bears baseball team. Also included is a photograph of two ships under construction at the Newport Ship Building Yard. See preliminary inventory. Donor: Mr. John Green
August 4, 2006, (unprocessed addition 4), 11 items, 0.220 cubic feet; Collection (ca 1844, 1906-1961, undated) including a letter from Upton Beall to Commander Ed. W. Carpenter, Navy Yard, Gosport, VA, 14 Dec. 1844, agreeing to officiate his wedding; postcards and printed materials related to the U. S. Navy, North Carolina outer banks ferries, Bethlehem Steel Corporation, USS MAINE, the early submarines USS PORPOISE and USS SHARK, USS SAN FRANCISCO, ca 1906-1961; also The Hatchet of the United States Ship GEORGE WASHINGTON, compiled by Captain Edwin T. Pollock, U.S. Navy and Lieut. (J.G.) Paul F. Bloomhardt, Chaplain Corps., U. S. Navy (New York: J. H. Little & Ives Co. ©1919 by Capt. Edwin T. Pollock) See preliminary inventory. 1 box. 1 vol. & 11 items. 149 p. (ca. 0.220 cubic feet) Recd. 5/12/2006. Donor: John B. Green, III.
June 2, 2010, (unprocessed addition 5), 4 items, 0.010 cubic feet; Collection (ca. 1900-1911, 1942) of three postcards with nautical scenes including "U.S. Monitor 'The Terror'", including boxing, wrestling, & animal mascots aboard U.S. naval ships CONNECTICUT and LOUISIANA; Postcard from unknown author, Roxbury, New Hampshire to Mrs. Francis Roberts, Northfield, Vermont; verso shows excursion ship & pleasure vessels in Sunapee Harbor, N.H.; package of World War II ephemera including two "Remember Pearl Harbor / Keep 'em Flying! / Uncle Sam Needs Pilots / Be A U. S. Army Aviation Cadet" stickers with ordering information card. See preliminary inventory. 4 items. 6 p. (ca 0.010 cubic feet) Recd 2/11/2010. Donor: John B. Green, III.
Gift of Mr. John B. Green, III
Gift of Mr. John Green
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John B. Green Collection (#380), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Processed by F. Elliot, October 1986
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