|1.||Edward H. Brodie Collection (Manuscript Collection #132) 2 hits
Collection (1907-1967) consisting correspondence, publication relating to ECU, research notes, interviews, news clippings, letters, etc. 40 items.
|2.||Sallie Joyner Davis Collection (Manuscript Collection #133) 2 hits
Collection (1954-1780, 1861-1866, 1916) consisting of letters, Revolutionary War currency and Civil War money.
|3.||Jesse W. Grainger Papers (Manuscript Collection #352) 2 hits
Papers (1891-1918) including correspondence, legal materials, financial records, ledgers, estate papers, real estate records, political material, letters and miscellaneous.
|4.||James L. Fleming Papers (Manuscript Collection #437) 2 hits
Papers (1890-1914, 1948, 1982) including correspondence, organizational publications, newspaper clippings, advertisements, blueprints, a contract, and miscellany.
|5.||William E. Elmore Collection (Manuscript Collection #39) 2 hits
Collection (1821-1938) including correspondence, land records, legal papers, receipts, accounts, etc., relating to genealogy of the Whitfield, Croom families; Civil War blockade runner Appleton Oaksmith.
|6.||Amis-Clark-Puryear Papers (Manuscript Collection #474) 2 hits
Papers (1760-1849, undated) including correspondence, estates papers, receipts, promissory notes, land records and miscellaneous materials.
|7.||Charles O'Hagan Laughinghouse Papers (Manuscript Collection #267) 2 hits
Papers (1865-1954, undated) consisting of correspondence, speeches, financial and legal records, a minute book, a guest register, photographs, newspapers, genealogical notes, deeds, etc., related to the career of Dr. Charles O'Hagan Laughinghouse (1871-1930) of Greenville, N.C., and to the Laughinghouse and related Stokes families. Besides having a successful practice in Greenville, Dr. Laughinghouse was a respected member of the North Carolina State Board of Health for several years beginning in 1911, serv