November 30, 2011, (unprocessed), .20 cubic feet; The Historic Halifax Garden Association was created to develop a Colonial period garden at the Historic Halifax Visitor Center and to aid in landscaping the Halifax, N.C., restored district. Papers include official documents (1975-1999) such as the constitution and by-laws, papers regarding tax-exempt status and a photocopy of the check handing over the remaining assets of the association to the Historical Halifax Restoration Association; two secretarial notebooks (1981-1989); a guestbook used at the opening of the Restored Eagle Tavern in Historic Halifax (June 29, 1981) and records belonging to past president Gwen B. Dickens (1975, 1979-1989) such as orders of business, attendance records, membership dues records, correspondence and material related to projects. Donor is Carl L. Burke representing the Historic Halifax State Historic Site
Gift of Carl L. Burke representing the Historic Halifax State Historic Site
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Historic Halifax Garden Association Papers (#1185), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J.Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.