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1.
Bellair Plantation Collection (Manuscript Collection #87)

Collection (1719-1910) including newspaper, periodicals, sheet music, poems, photocopies of legal records, letters, agriculture, Livestock Journal, magazine etc.

2.
M. Louise Avett Papers (Manuscript Collection #422)

Papers (1930-1949) including correspondence; agriculture and gardening; export of flowers and vegetables; travel account; letters and miscellaneous.

3.
Walter Beaman Jones Papers (Manuscript Collection #285)

Congressional files (1966-1992), of businessman and Democratic mayor of Farmville, NC, 1949-1953; state representative, 1955-1959; state senator, 1965; and U. S. Congressman from the 1st District of NC, 1966-1989, including correspondence, reports, legislative bills, memorandums, clippings, etc. 378 boxes. 126.0 c.f. rec'd. 6/24/1975, 9/16/1975, 10/17/1975, 4/23/1979. 3/16/1983, 1/27/1987, 10/5/1992

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Benjamin Park Terrell, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #886)

Papers (1942-2002), entitled "John Paul Jones and the American Navy 1775," written while a student at North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering, Raleigh, NC, including original handwritten manuscript, 1942 (28 p.), draft typescript, 1942 (14 p.), and spiral bound version self-published, 2002 (28 p.).

5.
Marvin Jones Oral History Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0016)

This finding aid pertains to the transcript of an oral history conducted in 1953. The original audio format of this material is owned by Columbia University and is housed at the Oral History Research Office, Columbia University.

6.
John B. Hutson Papers (Manuscript Collection #220)

Papers (1937-1964) consisting of correspondence, speeches, articles, talks, photographs, clippings and printed material.

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Hallett S. Ward Papers (Manuscript Collection #53)

Papers (1921-1925) including correspondence, speeches, government pamphlets, congressional records, official reports, etc. concerning service as a member of the US Congress (D-NC). C.

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Johnston Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #783)

Papers (1844-1854, 1897-1959) of Pitt County, NC family, including tobacco warehouse records (1913-1936), store and other business records (1844-1854, 1912-1959), public school records (1897-1926), picture post cards, correspondence and miscellany.

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Atkinson - Pitts Collection (Manuscript Collection #1085)

10.
John Davis Larkins, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #78)

Papers (1934-1969) of N.C. State Senator and U.S. District Court Judge John Davis Larkins, Jr., including correspondence, speeches, judge's notes, case files, clippings, photographs, leaflets, scrapbooks, concerns of state fishery industry, information of osteopathic profession, etc.

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Askew Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #298)

Papers (1840-1893) of Zephaniah Askew, a farmer, fisherman, Hertford County, NC surveyor and justice of the peace and his family, consisting of papers, clippings, notebook, invoices, financial records, correspondence, insurance, pamphlets, etc.

12.
Coastal Plains Fair Association Records (Manuscript Collection #508)

Records (1913-1931) including correspondence, financial records, clippings and photographs.

13.
F. S. Royster Mercantile Company, Inc., Records (Manuscript Collection #507)

Records (1888-1968) including correspondence, legal records, reports, photographs.

14.
Lutterloh Family Papers ( #CD01-34)

The collection is comprised of papers from Dr. I. Henderson Lutterloh and his son, Dr. I. Hayden Lutterloh. It includes correspondence, licenses and receipts from Lutterloh Clinic and Drugstore, medical informational booklets, and handwritten notes from Hayden’s education at Jefferson Medical College. Also included is a book based on Hayden’s recollections of medicine in Sanford beginning with his father.

15.
William L. Spoon Papers (Manuscript Collection #170)

Papers (1705-1928) of Alamance County, North Carolina, native William L. Spoon (1862-1942) consisting of correspondence, a diary, pamphlets, almanacs, maps, photos, reports on weather, tax receipts, and land records. Spoon was a surveyor who was supervisor of public roads in Alamance County and worked as an agent of the U.S. Department of Agriculture as well as a teacher, inventor, and traveling salesman.