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Charles T. Pace Collection, 1848-1982

Manuscript Collection #893

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Title: Charles T. Pace Collection
Creator: Pace, Charles T.
Repository: ECU Manuscript Collection
Languages: English
Abstract: Collection (1848-1982) of Pace family papers, including documents; photograph and postcard albums; scrapbooks; loose photographs, deeds, legal documents, and newspaper clippings; printed yearbooks, catalogs, textbooks, and newspapers; genealogical charts, postcards, brochures, World War I Army Medical Corps documents, and ephemera relating to physician Dr. Karl Busbee Pace, Sr. and his sons, Dr. Karl B. Pace, Jr., Charles Taylor Pace, and J.T.W. Tommy Pace and their families in Robeson and Chatham counties, NC 5 boxes and 1 oversized folder (3.4 cubic feet est.). Received 6 Feb., 3 Mar., and 16 July 2002. See preliminary inventory attached.
Extent: 3.4 Cubic feet.

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Accessions Information

November 14, 2002 (unprocessed), 5 containers, 575 items, 3.4 cubic feet; Collection (1848-1982) of Pace family papers, including documents; photograph and postcard albums; scrapbooks; loose photographs, deeds, legal documents, and newspaper clippings; printed yearbooks, catalogs, textbooks, and newspapers; genealogical charts, postcards, brochures, World War I Army Medical Corps documents, and ephemera relating to physician Dr. Karl Busbee Pace, Sr. and his sons, Dr. Karl B. Pace, Jr., Charles Taylor Pace, and J. T. W. "Tommy" Pace and their families in Robeson and Chatham counties. Donor: Dr. Charles T. Pace.

August 28, 2003 (unprocessed addition 1.0), 32 items; "The First Principle of Government Demonstrated by the Confederate States of America and The War to Prevent Southern Independence", by Charles Taylor Pace (Greenville, NC: Charles T. Pace copyright 2002). Donor: Williams, Luther G.

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

Charles T. Pace Collection (#893), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

Acquisition Information

  • Gift of Williams, Luther G
  • Gift of Charles T. Pace

Processing Information

  • Encoded by Apex Data Services

  • Inventory by Cheryl Funderburk 3/25/2008


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Series 1:
Personal Correspondence, 1872-1977
Series 2:
Military Records
Series 3:
Land Records
  • Box 2#0893.2
    • Folder g#0893.2.g
      Land Records, 1856-1876

      copies (original documents can be found in oversize folder 893.os2) (8 items, 22 sheets)

    • Folder h#0893.2.h
      Land Records, 1877-1883

      most are copies (original documents can be found in oversize folder 893.2os), some original documents (10 items, 18 sheets)

    • Folder i#0893.2.i
      Land Records, 1887-1899

      most are copies (original documents can be found in oversize folder 893.2os), some original documents (10 items, 24 sheets)

    • Folder j#0893.2.j
      Land Records, 1913-1960, undated

      (7 items, 16 sheets)

Series 4:
Genealogical Records
Series 5:
Miscellaneous Papers
Series 6:
Photographs
Series 7:
Photograph Albums
Series 8:
Scrapbooks
Series 9:
Books/Pamphlets
  • Box 8#0893.8
    • Folder a#0893.8.a
      Thomas Benton Pace account book for Maxton (N.C.) Dry Goods & Groceries, 1888

      (1 item, 19 sheets)

    • Folder b#0893.8.b
      Copy of Cash Sales Book for General Merchandise Sales, 1890-1891

      (1 item, 147 sheets)

    • Folder c#0893.8.c
      Oak Ridge Institute prospectus (Guilford Co., N.C.), 1897-1898

      (1 item, 46 sheets)

    • Folder d#0893.8.d
      Oak Ridge Institute prospectus (Guilford Co., N.C.), 1903-1904

      (1 item, 46 sheets)

    • Folder e#0893.8.e
      Ye May Day Fete at Ye State Normal College (5/18/1912), 1912

      (1 item, 12 sheets)

    • Folder f#0893.8.f
      Illustrated City of Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina, 1914

      (1 item, 12 sheets)

    • Folder g#0893.8.g
      The Tecoan (ECTC yearbook), 1923

      (1 item, 69 sheets)

    • Folder h#0893.8.h
      McCallie School commencement program, 1941

      (1 item, 14 sheets)

    • Folder i#0893.8.i
      Eggleston, Louise W. "Let's Learn to Pray.", 1953

      (1 item, 18 sheets)

    • Folder j#0893.8.j
      Maxton (N.C.) Area Centennial, March 29-April 6, 1974

      (1 item, 50 sheets)

    • Folder k#0893.8.k
      Carolina Comments (January 1975)

      (1 item, 14 sheets)

    • Folder l#0893.8.l
      Pace, Charles Taylor. "The First Principle of Government Demonstrated by the Confederate States of America and the War Against Southern Independence.", 2002

      (1 item, 18 sheets)

    • Folder m#0893.8.m
      Blank notebook from Hargraves & Alexander, Charlotte, N.C., undated

      (1 item, 19 sheets)

    • Folder n#0893.8.n
      Welcome to Crossnore School, undated

      (1 item, 16 sheets)

    • Folder o#0893.8.o
      History and Origin of Pitt County's First Hospital, undated

      (4 items, 16 sheets)

Series 10:
Oversized Materials
Oversize Folder os2#0893.os2
Land Records, 1856-1899

copies can be found in 893.2.g-892.2.i (23 items, 23 sheets)

Online access to this finding aid is supported with funds created through the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA). These funds come through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services which is administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. This grant is part of the North Carolina ECHO, Exploring Cultural Heritage Online, Digitization Grant Program.

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