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Maurice G. Burnside Papers (Manuscript Collection #468)

Papers (1928-1931, 1939-1966) including scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, congressional papers, miscellaneous material.

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Charles V. Peery Collection (Manuscript Collection #470)

Collection (1863-1865) including correspondence, company returns, clothing reports, equipment reports, orders, invoices, ordance reports, etc.

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Battles at Kinston and White Hall, N.C., Collection (25 November–21 December 1862; 1 October 1947) (Manuscript Collection #1224)

Collection (25 November – 21 December 1862) including holograph letters written by 1st Lt. Frank W. Adams, Company B, 51st Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, to his sister Elizabeth in Massachusetts, describing in great detail on the regiment’s departure from the Boston Harbor aboard the Steamer Merrimac, voyage to North Carolina, their arrival in Newbern [New Bern], N.C. their encounter with the 43rd Massachusetts and their participatio...

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Jacob Gooding Papers (Manuscript Collection #3)

Papers (1862-1871) of a New Bern (NC) merchant, including letters and an account of property damages.

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Jacob S. Kiester Papers (Manuscript Collection #72)

Papers (1854-1865) including typescripts, correspondence, photocopies of army muster rolls, enlistment contract and discharge, letters comment on destruction of standing crops of Virginia, the demolition of Hampton, etc.

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Francis W. Knowles Papers (Manuscript Collection #164)

Papers (1862-1885) consisting of diary, with description of camp, confederate and activities of knights of Golden Circle.

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William Howard Hooker Collection: George H. S. Driver Papers (Manuscript Collection #472-005)

Civil War Correspondence, (1861–1863) of Union soldier George H. S. Driver, reflecting service in New Bern and Pamlico Sound area of N.C.

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William Wilberforce Douglas Papers (Manuscript Collection #1192)

Personal Correspondence (December 30, 1861-September 16, 1862; April 1863) written by William Wilberforce Douglas to his family members during his service in the Fifth Rhode Island Volunteers and in General Ambrose Burnside’s Expeditionary Corps in North Carolina. Letters, copied by his mother, Sarah Sawyer Douglas, from originals into a single bound journal, include references to his time at the battles of Roanoke Island, New Bern, and...

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U.S. Brig Dragoon Journal (Manuscript Collection #1208)

This collection contains a journal (December 15, 1861-April 15, 1865) kept by Isaac Liscomb, Master (Commander) of the U.S. Brig Dragoon. Dragoon was a private merchant vessel (formerly called the Remington) leased or purchased by the Union Army for use in the Civil War. As part of General Burnside’s fleet, the Dragoon was involved in the Battle of Roanoke Island. Liscomb kept detailed ...

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Alpheus W. Drinkwater Collection (Manuscript Collection #805)

Collection, ca. 1908-1997, of photographic prints (b and w) made from cyanotype, sepia tone, and black & white photographs in a scrapbook and photocopies of newspaper and magazine clippings, letters, documents, and scrapbook material relating to the Wright Brothers glider flights with British aviator Alexander Ogilvie at Kitty Hawk, N.C., ca. 1911, compiled by Alpheus W. Drinkwater (1875-1962), a telegrapher and correspondent for The As...

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Albert and Hilda Biller Collection (Manuscript Collection #1114)

Collection (1936-1985, undated) of programs (the majority published by Playbill), librettos and souvenir pamphlets documenting plays, theatrical dance and musical productions performed in New York City and Stockholm. The publications are printed in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish languages.

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Grimes-Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #16)

Papers (1780-1969; bulk 1808-1924) including correspondence, land records, legal papers, financial papers, ledgers, etc., of two prominent Eastern North Carolina families--Grimes and Bryan--related through marriage. Other material concerns the Wharton and Conrad families of Clemmonsville, North Carolina, in Davidson County, who are also related by marriage to the Grimes family.