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W.G. Sloan Collection (Manuscript Collection #969)

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Frank R. Bartimo Papers (Manuscript Collection #701)

Papers (1942-1947) including correspondence, official documents, letters, problems with a homosexual roommate, description of poor living conditions, etc.

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Windley Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #328)

Papers (1788-1869, 1965) Hoyle J. Windley, of Bath, NC, a teacher, postmaster, and lieutenant in the NC militia, and his children, consisting of correspondence, store accounts, receipts, promissory notes, wills, summonses, bill of sale, special events-major fire, tournaments, coronation Ball, etc.

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William Moore Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #596)

Papers (1782-2001) including grants, deeds, promissory notes, plats, slave records, estate inventory, receipts, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs and genealogical research relating to various members of the William Moore family.

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Elmore Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #262)

Papers (1821-2000) consisting of correspondence, receipts, promissory notes, summons, chattel mortgages, pictures, Bible records, advertisements, etc., related to the Elmore family of Wayne and Lenoir Counties, North Carolina, and related families.

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Owen Cicero Farrar Papers (Manuscript Collection #584)

Papers (1873-1892) of owner of cotton firm, Farrar, Gaskill and Co., Tarboro, N.C. and Eure, Farrar and Co., Norfolk, Va., and Farrar and Jones, of New York, N.Y., including correspondence, letterbooks, ledgers, financial records, publications, political, balance sheets, commentary

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First Battle of Kinston, N.C., Collection (Manuscript Collection #1222)

Letters (20 November 1862 – 20 January 1863) from two brothers -- Alfred Howard Kinsley of Co. H, of the 45th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment (Militia) and Thomas Kinsley, serving in Co. A, -- from Camp Amory on the Trent River, North Carolina, to Edward Wilkinson Kinsley, a Boston merchant, Abolitionist, Government agent and military recruiter, who was probably their relative, and primarily concerning their service in Brig. G...