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Laupus Library Exhibits and Displays Collection ( #LL02-22)

Information about the Laupus Library exhibits including those held at Joyner Library. The collection include signs, captions, bibliographies, lists, and illustrations.

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Records of Registered Student Organizations (University Archives Collection #UA22-06)

The Records of the Department of Registered Student Organizations are comprised of Angel Flight, Aquatic Club, Aquatic Sciences Club,Art History Society,B-GLAD, Biology Club, Black Thespians of ECU, College Democrats, Communication Society, Discipuli Veritatis Fallacis Club, English Club, Environmental Conservation Organization, GAIA Club, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Gospel Choir, International Student Association, Maritime ...

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Edward H. Brodie Collection (Manuscript Collection #132)

Collection (1907-1967) consisting correspondence, publication relating to ECU, research notes, interviews, news clippings, letters, etc. 40 items.

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Thomas A. Williams Papers (Manuscript Collection #1009)

Tales of the Tobacco Country, by Thomas A. Williams; bound at the author’s expense (July 1977) Edited typescript.

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Wayne Williams Papers ( #LL02-08)

Papers from Wayne Williams while he was writing "Beginning of the School of Medicine at East Carolina University". Includes typescripts from interviews Williams conducted, newspaper articles about history of hospital, information on Pitt County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees and Foundation, general source material on nursing, and drafts of book.

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Records of John McDade Howell (University Archives Collection #UA02-08)

The Records of John McDade Howell include official and personal correspondence, speeches, reports, and other miscellaneous papers developed during his tenure as Chancellor.

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Edwin Wall Monroe Papers ( #LL02-18)

Papers, certificates, photos, and artifacts of Dr. Edwin Wall Monroe. This collection contains a great deal of information regarding the development of the East Carolina School of Medicine, including planning, politics, legislation, advertisement, construction, partnerships, details of the personnel involved, groundbreakings and other ceremonies, departments, additional buildings, and community services.

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ECU School of Allied Health Sciences Collection ( #LL02-37)

Records from the College of Allied Health Sciences at East Carolina University tracking the development of the school. Also includes three editions of Alliance, the journal produced by the school.

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Todd L. Savitt Papers ( #LL02-35)

Papers of medical historian Todd L. Savitt include articles, lists, and annual reports.

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Janice Hardison Faulkner Papers (Manuscript Collection #100)

Professional and personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, press releases, reports, and miscellany for the period 1944 through 2011, bulk dates 1962 to 1982, related to the career of Janice Hardison Faulkner at East Carolina University, with the Democratic Party in North Carolina and as the holder of several high level positions in North Carolina government.

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Mary Jo Bratton Papers (University Archives Collection #UA90-24)

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Latino Leadership in Eastern North Carolina: An Oral History Archive (Oral History Collection #OH0265)

This collection features oral history interviews conducted in 2011 with twelve members of the Latino community of eastern North Carolina who occupy positions ranging from recognized leadership to informal influence in the lives of Latino youth. Their occupational backgrounds are varied including professional, entrepreneurial, technical and working class trades. The interviewers were Dr. Ricardo Contreras and Dr. David Griffith of the An...

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Frank M. Wooten Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #126)

Papers (1902-1980s, undated) of Greenville, NC, lawyer and member (1956-1961) of the N.C. House of Representatives and Greenville Mayor (1969-1971) Frank Marion Wooten, Jr. (1916-1992) consisting of correspondence, pamphlets, proposed bills, reports, petitions, resolutions, bulletins, periodicals, printed bills, and photographs. Crime and punishment-related topics, and tax issues are major topics covered.

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Country Doctor Museum Administrative Records ( #CD01-01)

The collection includes correspondence, newspaper and magazine articles, minutes, lists, property documents such as deeds and plats, photographs, and audiovisuals and computer media.

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Records of the Department of History (University Archives Collection #UA25-02)

The Records of the Department of History are comprised of annual reports, minutes,course proposals, reports, curriculum proposals, correspondence, lecture series, oral history, publications, Phi Alpha Theta documentation, and miscellaneous: announcements, brochures, and publications.