April 8, 1971 (unprocessed), 6 document cases; Files (1904-1957), including correspondence, vestry minutes, reports, legal papers, lists, and miscellaneous. Donor: Mr. Frank M. Wooten, Jr.
June 6, 2019 (unprocessed addition 1), 1.10 cu. ft.; Records (1987-2016) include correspondence, memos, emails, budgets, committee reports, vestry minutes, clippings, programs, and publications related to vestry activities, outreach activities such as sponsoring the settlement of a Bosnian refugee family, the hiring of clergy, and the everyday activities involved in the running of the church. Special projects documented include the construction of a new main building with elaborate stained-glass windows and buying and installing the new C. B. Fisk organ. The donor served on the vestry and was involved in many committees directly related to the activities herein documented. Gift of Elizabeth Jordan Markowski.
June 28, 2019 (unprocessed addition 2), 0.48 cu. ft.; Records (ca. 1953-2019) include photographs (many of which document the old church building which is now a chapel), Ministries Reports, St. Paul’s Epistle newsletters, bulletins, histories of the church and of the Episcopal church in Pitt County, ordination programs, a 2000 Planting Plan, building plans for the new building (1996), Parish Profiles, leaflets, programs for special events such as dedications, articles written by the donor, and correspondence. The donor has been very active on many committees and on the vestry. Gift of Mary Kathryn Thornton.
Gift of Mr. Frank M. Wooten, Jr.
Gift of Elizabeth Jordan Markowski
Gift of Mary Kathryn Thornton
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St. Paul's Episcopal Church Papers (#CR0004), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
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