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Dudley & Shoe Architectural Records (Manuscript Collection #804)

Records (1955-1994, undated) of architectural firm, Dudley & Shoe Architecture, Greenville, NC. Contains 376 items including blueprints, photos, images, and other documents developed by the firms founders.

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Alliance (University Archives Collection #UA50-16)

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James W. Griffith, Jr., Architectural Records (Manuscript Collection #803)

Records (1930-1967) of the firm of James W. Griffith, Jr., Architects, Greenville, NC, including drawings, tracings, and other records, ca. 1930-1967.

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Thomas W. Rivers Collection (Map Collection #MC0005)

Thomas W. Rivers Collection of Genealogical Charts showing descendants of Robert (1677-1742) and George (1678-1749) Rivers, of Bermuda and James Island, South Carolina; notes; and autographed photographs of Count Felix von Luckner and his ship SEEADLER.

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Eric G. Flannagan & Sons Records (Manuscript Collection #1148)

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Regional Development Institute (RDI) Scrapbook (University Archives Collection #UA70-07)

This scrapbook contains information relating to the development and regional construction in eastern North Carolina.

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William Cobb Whitfield Papers (Manuscript Collection #1179)

The collection consists of a volume (circa 1897) containing the constitution and bylaws for the Pitt County Medical Society (North Carolina) and also the society's "black list" of patients.

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Rocky Mount Sanitarium Nurses Alumnae Minutes ( #CD01-59)

Contains Rocky Mount Sanitarium Nurses Alumnae minutes (1956-2013), constitution and bylaws, and Florence Nightingale pledge booklet.

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Art of Nursing Papers ( #CD01-44)

The collection contains materials used for research and display in the Country Doctor Museum’s “Art of Nursing” exhibit.

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John Baxton Flowers III Map Collection (Map Collection #MC0022)

This collection contains the New Map of Palestine (1845) based mainly on the maps and drawings of Robinson and Smith with corrections and additions by Rev. Dr. Robinson, the 1808 Price-Strother Map also known as the First Actual Survey of North Carolina, and Messenger Handbook for 1879, which includes Goldsboro Messenger Map of North Carolina.

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William Henry von Eberstein Papers (Manuscript Collection #148)

Papers (1851-1887) consisting of a memoir, correspondence, legal papers, transcripts, military documents, genealogical materials, and photographic scans pertaining to William Henry von Eberstein (1821- ca. 1890). Descending from German and English aristocracy, he was born in St. Servan, France, and also lived on the Isle of Guernsey before becoming a mariner at age 13. A mariner, soldier, and farmer, von Eberstein moved to Chocowinity, ...

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Thomas A. Person Papers (Manuscript Collection #303)

Papers (1924/1978, undated) of a prominent Greenville, NC tobacconist, including correspondence, financial papers, programs, certificates, a bond, debt, letters, annual statements, etc.

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Stuart Wright Collection: Harry Crews Papers (Manuscript Collection #1169-025)

Papers of Harry Crews (1973-1987, undated) documenting the life and literary career of the noted Alma, Georgia-born American novelist, playwright, short story writer, essayist & educator at the University of Florida, where he taught creative writing; including proofs of published materials, photographic prints, loose manuscript items transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection, printed materials & oversized materials.

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North American Society for Oceanic History Records (Manuscript Collection #689)

Records (1973-2015) of the North American Society for Oceanic History (NASOH) including correspondence, membership lists, annual conference materials, book awards, bibliographies, newsletters, treasurer's records, programs, and publications.

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Dr. Keats Sparrow Collection (Manuscript Collection #854)

Camp Leach, Pamlico River, photographs and documents (1953, 1984, 2001-2002) and a clipping pertaining to Camp Oceanside, Topsail Island, both summer camps operated by the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina, ca. 1930s-1980s.