|Title:||Ott - Lundin Family Collection|
|Repository:||ECU Manuscript Collection|
|Extent:||0.5 Cubic feet, 21 items .|
October 27, 2005, (unprocessed) 11 items, 0.25 cubic feet; Collection (ca. 2003-2005) relating to Ott - Lundin family of New Glarus, Wisconsin and Greenville, North Carolina, including The Ott Family History (2005) compiled by Kathryn (Ott) Disch & Jean (Gillingham) Broge, tracing the family history from the canton of Glarus, Switzerland and including biographical and genealogical accounts, newspaper clippings, photographs, recipes, military records, etc. 1650-2005 Photocopy typescript. 1 vol. 143 p.; Thomas Robert Lundin Papers, 2003, including correspondence, photographic prints & diskette relating to his service in Iraq, as a specialist with the 3rd Infantry Division, U. S. Army. 9 items, 18 p.; and Building Up Steam (undated) performed by The Depot Band, consisting of Charlie Romans, Diane Romans, John Williams, & Ian Moore, recorded live at the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad Depot, Bryson City, NC [PMD 5443] 2 items (1 compact disc & case). Donor: Lynette K. Lundin
April 26, 2006, (unprocessed addition 1) 10 items, 0.25 cubic feet; Collection (1999-2003) relating to Thomas Robert Lundin's military training at the U. S. Army Training Center, Fort Jackson, SC, in 2000, and his service in Kuwait and Iraq, in 2003, as a specialist in Bravo Company, 1-3 Aviation Regiment, in the 3rd Infantry Division, U. S. Army, including correspondence, printed materials, photographic prints, compact discs & a digital video disc. See preliminary inventory attached. Donor: Lynette K. Lundin
Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.
Ott - Lundin Family Collection (#1051), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Encoded by Lindsay Flood, April 3, 2008
Below is material taken from a preliminary inventory and represents content from the collection that is unprocessed.
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