|1.||End of the Century Book Club Papers (Manuscript Collection #150) 2 hits
Papers (1899-1968) consisting of programs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes, club histories, invitation, eulogies, a scrapbook and miscellaneous items.
|2.||J. Con Lanier Papers (Manuscript Collection #229) 2 hits
Papers (1927-1960) consisting of correspondence, clippings, and articles.
|3.||C. Sylvester Green Papers (Manuscript Collection #238) 2 hits
Personal Files relating to activities of NC Board of Conservation and Development (1950-1953), NC Art Society (1962-1965), Pitt County Development Commission (1961-1971), Rotary Club of Greenville (1961-1971), United Nations, and miscellaneous activities.
|4.||Thomas A. Person Papers (Manuscript Collection #303) 2 hits
Papers (1924/1978, undated) of a prominent Greenville, NC tobacconist, including correspondence, financial papers, programs, certificates, a bond, debt, letters, annual statements, etc.
|5.||Greenville Area Preservation Association Records (Manuscript Collection #605) 2 hits
Text and photographs for publication of the Architectural heritage of Greenville, North Carolina. (undated)
|6.||John D. Neville Collection (Manuscript Collection #955) 2 hits
Documents and printed materials relating to Greenville, NC including high school and college programs, postcards, World War II ration books, etc. Also, genealogical correspondence, notes and research files pertaining to the Davenport, Flanagan, Neville, and related families of Pitt, Edgecombe, Halifax, and Nash counties, North Carolina
|7.||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.
|8.||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
|9.||Rotary Club of Greenville, N.C. Records (Manuscript Collection #334) 2 hits
Records (1920-1977, 1996-1999)