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1.
Bolivar N. Culpepper Papers ( #CD01-14)

The papers consist of two medical certificates and a remembrance card.

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Pitt County Medical Society Auxiliary Records ( #LL02-34)

The collection includes scrapbooks, correspondence, program schedules, minutes, newsletters, handbooks, awards and certificates, and a gavel.

3.
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.

4.
Thomas H. Avera Papers ( #CD01-02)

The papers consist mainly of matriculation cards, document certifying receipt of Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and patient account book.

5.
ECU Medical Center News & Information Collection ( #LL02-07)

Negatives, slides, photograph contact sheets, reports and news releases from the Medical Center News and Information office at East Carolina University.

6.
F.M. Simmons Patterson, M.D. Papers (University Archives Collection #UA90-18)

Dr. F.M. Simmons Patterson’s scrapbook collection composed of photos, correspondence, writings, publications, and career history.

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ECU School of Medicine Collection ( #LL02-11)

The collection consists primarily of photographic, blueprint, journals, class photos, and other advertising materials used and/or created by the Medical News & Information department of East Carolina University.

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Pitt County Medical Society Records ( #LL02-33)

The collection includes correspondence, minutes, programs, lists, dues information, journal reprints and articles, newsletters, receipts, clippings, reports, and photographs. Addition of January 2017 includes programs, newsletters, photographs, books, articles, clippings, deceased members files, Country Doctor Museum and East Carolina University alliance, and transcription project of the Country Doctor Museum oral histories.

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William J. Jasper Papers ( #LL02-53)

The collection is comprised of papers written by William Jasper and collected over his career, focusing on dental health, along with class notes from the University of Pennsylvania and articles he wrote.

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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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Lula M. Disosway Papers ( #LL02-42)

Notes and notebook with biological drawings most likely from Lula Disosway’s education at the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania.

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Todd L. Savitt Papers ( #LL02-35)

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

13.
Art of Nursing Papers ( #CD01-44)

The collection contains materials used for research and display in the Country Doctor Museum’s “Art of Nursing” exhibit.

14.
David J. Whichard II Papers (Manuscript Collection #1229)

This collection (ca. 1909-2002) contains documents related to the career of David Jordan Whichard II of Greenville, N.C., longtime editor of The Daily Reflector. He became president and chief executive officer of the newspaper’s publishing firm in 1965 and also served on many professional boards such as the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association (as president) and its foundation (as chair), the N.C. Press Association...

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University of North Carolina General Administration File (University Archives Collection #UA03-04)

Each UNC campus has a local board of trustees that holds extensive powers over academic and other operations of its campus on delegation from the Board of Governors. UNC operates under an arrangement of shared governance that leverages the collective strengths of its campus chancellors and administrators, local boards of trustees, and the UNC President and Board of Governors. The University also honors the important traditional role of ...