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1.
Amos H. Richardson Papers (Manuscript Collection #417)

Papers (1859-1969, 1901) including correspondence, diary, fire, letters, livestock disease, poor crops.

2.
Hoyt Patrick Taylor, Sr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #392)

Papers (1827-1964) including correspondence, speeches, legal papers, deeds, clippings, financial papers, photographs, telephone and telegram company, and miscellaneous. 8,300 items. Recd. 11/5/1979 11/15/1979

3.
Caroline Cunningham Collection (Manuscript Collection #56)

Collection [1636-1798] including newspaper and magazine clippings, relating to racial integration and race relations; files of a professional genealogist concerning North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland families.

4.
James B. Hunt, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #325)

Papers (1960-1984) of Democratic political leader and governor of North Carolina, including his 1976 campaign financial records and his 1980 gubernatorial general campaign files.

5.
Barnhardt Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #195)

Papers (1864-1944) consisting of correspondence, financial papers, an account book, nine scrapbooks, and miscellaneous.

6.
John A. Lang, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #271)

Papers (1890-1974) consisting of correspondence, reports, pamphlets, speeches, conference records, minutes, publications, newspapers, agenda, photographs, tapes and miscellaneous.

7.
Lucy Cherry Crisp Papers (Manuscript Collection #154)

Papers (1794-1972) consisting of correspondence, diaries, letters, financial papers, legal papers, manuscripts, publications, speeches, notes, etc.

8.
Inglis Fletcher Papers (Manuscript Collection #21)

Papers (1883-1964) of the noted author Inglis Clark Fletcher of historical novels set during the 17th and 18th century in colonial North Carolina.

9.
Robert Morgan Papers (Manuscript Collection #268)

Papers, 1861-2011 (bulk 1940-1992), undated, of Senator Robert Burren Morgan, an ECU alumnus and lawyer, who served the state of North Carolina in a variety of elected and appointed positions. His first elected position was clerk of court in Harnett County. He was elected to the State Senate, served as president pro tempore of the Senate, and was twice elected Attorney General of North Carolina. He served in this position until 1974, wh...