|Title:||Flood of the Century Collection|
|Repository:||ECU Manuscript Collection|
|Abstract:||Printed materials (Sept. 1999 - May 2000) including copies of Pieces of Eight, and The East Carolinian, containing articles on Hurricane Floyd and the flood that followed, football tickets, and a copy of the program for the ECU v. University of Miami football game.|
|Extent:||3.902 Cubic feet.|
November 3, 1999 (unprocessed), 5 items; Printed materials, including copies of Pieces of Eight and The East Carolinian, containing articles on Hurricane Floyd and the flood that followed, along with football tickets and a copy of the program for the ECU vs. U. of Miami football game. Donor: Dr. Carroll Varner, Director.
October 1, 2009, (unprocessed addition 1), 44 items, 0.015 cubic feet; Hurricane Floyd Aftermath (30 Sept - 11 Oct. 1999) at the home of Dr. Robert Bunger and his wife, Li, 207 North Warren Street, Greenville, N.C., showing extensive flood damage inside and outside the home. Photographic prints. 4" x 5" Color. See preliminary inventory. Recd. 7/22/2009. Donor: Dr. Robert Bunger.
June 7, 2010, (unprocessed addition 2), 2 items, 0.037 cubic feet; Collection (1999-2000) of photographic prints depicting Hurricane Floyd flood damaged properties in the Tar River Estates apartment complex; also homes in the 200 block of Warren Street, north of the Tar River, Greenville, North Carolina; photographs taken by Donald E. Collins. See preliminary inventory attached. Photographic prints. Color. 4" x 6". Recd 12/15/2009. Note: Photographs printed in Feb. 2000. Donor: Donald E. Collins.
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Flood of the Century Collection (#786), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
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Below is material taken from a preliminary inventory and represents content from the collection that is unprocessed.
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