"Barthram's Dirge, China, A Glance at its Past, its Present, and its Future. . . " Unidentified Periodical, pp. 445-520. Incomplete. 1 item. 75 p. n.d.
"The Dead Letters, Narrative of a Poor Seamstress, by M.A. Denison, Part IV, . . . " Aurora, pp. 151-176. Incomplete. 1 item. 25 p. n.d.
"What is the Proper Law of Marriage. . . " Aurora, pp. 153-160. Incomplete. 1 item. 7 p. n.d.
"Picked Up Here and There" and "Gleanings from the Gullies," (Haw River, NC: J. C. Stutts, c. 1918). Book. 1 item 98 p.
Minutes of the 162nd Annual Session of the Kehukee Primitive Baptist Association, Held with the church at Bear Grass, Martin County, NC, October 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, 1927. (Wilson, NC: P.D.Gold Publishing Co., 1927) Pamphlet. 1 item. 12p.
First Methodist Church, Wadesboro, NC. Christmas Postcard. (New York, NY: Custom Studios, c. 1961)
Unidentified Methodist Hymnal, pp. 399-734. Incomplete. 1 item. 335 p.
The Little Breese God Sent. A Story of Christmas Consequences, by Ada Melville Shaw. (Nashville, TN: Executive Committee Foreign Missions, Presbyterian Church, U.S., n.d.) Pamphlet. 1 item. 15 p.
Program of the Inaugural Ceremonies, Raleigh, North Carolina, January 2-3, 1969 (Raleigh, NC: Commercial Printing Co., 1969) Pamphlet. 1 item. 16 p.
An Address: The Country Lawyer, Delivered at the Twenty-first Annual Session of the North Carolina State Bar Association, at Greensboro, August 6th, 1919, by H. F. Seawell, of Carthage, NC. Pamphlet. 1 item. 22 p.
Mary Pickford Company Presents Mary Pickford in her second very own picture from her own studios "The Hoodlum" . . . ; Matinee -- Tonight ADMS 25 c. First National Exhibitors Circuit. Advertising Flyer. 1 item. 2 p. n.d.
How to Behave; or, The Spirit of Etiquette. A Complete Guide to Polite Society, for Ladies and Gentlemen. . . . 5th edition rev. enlarged. (New York: O. A. Roorbach, n.d.) Pamphlet. 1 item. 34 p.
East Carolina Balloon Race, September 13, 14, & 15 , Eastern Regional Jetport, Kinston, North Carolina. Program. 1 item.26 p.
Steam Logging Machinery, by Surry Parker, Pine Town, NC. (Pine Town, NC: Surry Parker, c. 1912) Pamphlet. 1 item 35 p. 2 copies.
The Observance of Old Christmas at Swansboro, North Carolina, January 6-7, 1983. Souvenir Booklet. Sponsored by the Music and Drama Subcommittee of Swansboro's 200th Anniversary Celebration Committee. Pamphlet. 1 item. 38p.
Norfolk Southern Railroad Company Change of Schedule Effective June 11th 1914 Between Raleigh and Charlotte, Aberdeen and Asheboro, Star and Ellerbe, Carthage and Pinehurst, Raleigh and Fayetteville. Broadside. 1 item. 1 p.
Ericsson Line: By River, Lock, and Bay: Pamphlet & Panoramic Map of the Baltimore and Philadelphia [Ericsson Line] Steamboat Company's Route: Philadelphia to Baltimore. 1 item. 16 p. 1897
A Sea Story [about the USS HARTFORD, 1858-1991], by Wesley Sullivan. Typescript. 1 item. 9.p. C. 1991
A Story of a Court-Martial Or, How American Justice was Administered in Havana in 1898, After the French Order, by J. F. Mills, Late of the 1st North Carolina Volunteer Infantry, Cedar Key, FL, April 22, 1900. Pamphlet. 1 item. 11 p.
Confederate Veteran, Nashville, TN, v. 5, no. 9 (Sept. 1897), pp. 449-496. Published monthly in the interest of Confederate veterans and kindred topics. Periodical. 1 item. 47 p.
United Service Organization [USO] Greenville and Pitt County, NC Guest, Hostess, and Welcome to Greenville Name Tags. 8 items. 8 p. c.1942-1945
Sans Souci Book Club, Greenville, North Carolina Year Book 1939-1940. 1 item. 22 p. 1939
The Woman's Club of Greenville, NC Year Book, 1946-1947. Pamphlet. 1 item 8 p.
The Woman's Club of Greenville, NC Year Book, 1952-1953. Pamphlet. 1 item 15 p.
Greenville Garden Club [Year Book] 1940-1941. Pamphlet. 1 item. 21 p. 1940
Greenville Garden Club [Year Book] 1941-1942. Pamphlet. 1 item. 16 p. 1941
Broadside (1853) The Key to the Mysteries of Mormonism
Collection (1920-1939, 1958-1975) of genealogical records from the Tyndall and Daniel families bibles
License No. 1434 (9/20/1949) from the City of Greenville, North Carolina for the firm to operate a warehouse for Star No. 1 & No. 2 ($100.00) and Gold Leaf ($50.00) tobacco, located on 9th Street, for the year ending 6/30/1950; signed by H. H. Duncan, tax collector.
Ledger (1783) of an unidentified English mercantile firm recording credits and debits relating to cargoes of broadcloth, fustians, flax, Indian chintz, linen, sugar, sundries, etc. and expenses of voyages of the ships CHARLOTTE, COBHAM, ELIZABETH, FANNY, ISABELLA, RACHEL, SARAH, TAY VERNON, etc. to America, Boston, Hamburg, Jamaica, Leith, Lisbon, Madeira, Perth, & Rotterdam, etc.; also expenses for outfitting, warehouse duties & insurance, etc.