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Stuart Wright Collection: Robert Penn Warren Papers (Manuscript Collection #1169-014)

Papers of Robert Penn Warren (1885-2008 [Bulk: 1940-1989], undated) documenting the life and literary career of the noted Guthrie, Kentucky-born American poet, novelist, playwright, biographer, and educator, who played a major role in the rise of the Fugitive and Agrarian literary movements and in the spread of the New Criticism during the mid-20th century, and who became the first poet laureate of the United States, in...

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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

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Stuart Wright Collection: George Garrett Papers (Manuscript Collection #1169-021)

Papers of George Garrett (1930-2009 [Bulk: 1960-2009], undated) documenting the life and literary career of the noted Orlando, Florida-born American poet and novelist, consisting of audio recordings, correspondence, manuscripts of poems by, about, or relating to George Garrett, Madison Smartt Bell, Carolyn Chute, Larry McMurtry, Ned O’Gorman, Henry S. Taylor & others; also including notes, oversized materials, photographic prints, print...

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Records of Leo Warren Jenkins' Tenure as President and Chancellor, 1960-1978 (University Archives Collection #UA02-06)

Collection covers the administrative term of Leo W. Jenkins as chief executive of East Carolina University. Speeches, correspondence, and publications include East Carolina gaining University status, the foundation of a medical school, the transition of athletics into Division I, and the growth of the campus.

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Edgerton-Dow Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #1213)

This collection contains material (1831, ca. 1910-2010) related to the Edgerton, Cox, and Pearson families who were Quaker families in the Nahunta Community in Wayne County, N.C.; Dow and Brownell families of Clovis, New Mexico, and Massachusetts; Civilian Public Service work during World War II; and the Massey family of Dudley, Wayne County, N.C., including correspondence, photographs, land deeds and publications.