|Title:||Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr., Papers|
|Creator:||Paschal, Herbert R. (Herbert Richard), 1927-1982|
|Repository:||ECU Manuscript Collection|
|Abstract:||Papers (1951-1983) of deceased East Carolina University History Professor (and Department Head) Herbert R. Paschal, Jr., include his research files relating to exploration and early settlement of the English Colonies in North Carolina, 1644-1700. Also included are files related to his career and to his years as a student.|
|Extent:||5.663 Cubic feet.|
December 13, 1983, (unprocessed), 1350 items; Correspondence, research notes, clippings, reports, minutes, photocopies of documents, and miscellaneous. Donor: Mrs. Herbert R. Paschal.
November 12, 1991, (unprocessed addition 1), 2 cubic feet; Correspondence, research notes, and miscellaneous materials. Donor: Mrs. Herbert R. Paschal.
August 24, 2000, (unprocessed addition 2), 2 cubic feet; Research files, consisting of photocopies and typescript transcripts of 17th century publications concerning English government and the exploration and early settlement of North Carolina. Donor: Mrs. Herbert R. Paschal, Jr.
July 28, 2006, (unprocessed addition 3), 1 items, 0.25 cubic feet; Biography (ca. 1967-1974) of Edward Teach, also known as Blackbeard the Pirate, who frequented North Carolina waters, ca. 1680-1718, by Robert E. Lee. Photocopy typescript manuscript. Incomplete. Notes, appendices, bibliography. Rec'd. 6/22/2005. Donor: Mrs. Herbert R. Paschal, Jr.
April 29, 2008, (unprocessed addition 4), 11 items, 0.02 cubic feet; Papers (1953-1982) including letters of sympathy received by Mrs. Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr., World War II ration book; clipping pertaining to his appointment to the faculty of East Carolina College; and printed items relating to ECC's 50th anniversary in 1957. Autograph letters & printed materials. See preliminary inventory. Rec'd. 4/5/2008. Donor: Mrs. Herbert R. Paschal, Jr.
June 15, 2010, (unprocessed addition 5), 632 items, 0.893 cubic feet; Correspondence and research materials (1957-1981, undated) related to Dr. Paschal's scholarship on the Tuscarora Indians in North Carolina, 1957-1980; early American History, and his contractual agreement with the Tryon Palace Commission to write a history of New Bern and Craven County [North Carolina], 1978-1981; also 17 reels of microfilmed source documents. See preliminary inventory. Recd. 2/12/2010.. Donor: Mrs. Herbert R. Paschal, Jr.
June 16, 2010, (unprocessed addition 6), 23 items, 0.25 cubic feet; Papers (1953-1983) including historical essays, correspondence concerning Dr. Paschal's research and publication efforts; also a program for the 1976 dedication of a portrait of the Earl of Chatham, Sir William Pitt, by The Pitt County Historical Society; & a speech given at by Dr. Paschal at the dedication. See preliminary inventory. Recd. 3/29/2010. Note: The donor is the widow of Prof. Herbert R. Paschal, Jr. Donor: Mrs. Herbert R. Paschal, Jr.
August 30, 2012, (unprocessed addition 7), 0.25 cubic feet; Papers (1951-1979, undated) include correspondence about scholarships while a student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the post-graduation job search, his time at ECU as a faculty member and as History Department chair, working to get his dissertation published by UNC Press, appointments to historical commissions and speaking engagements. Important correspondents include Christopher Crittenden, Lambert Davis, Terry Sanford and Hugh T. Lefler. Also included are speeches (handwritten and typescript). Donor: Mrs. Herbert R. Paschal, Jr.
Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.
Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr., Papers (#481), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
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