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William J. and Pearl Peed Croom Collection (Manuscript Collection #434)

Collection (1900 - 1983, undated [Bulk: 1936 - 1940]) of correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographic prints, printed forms, ephemera, printed materials, oversized materials, etc. relating to the life and career of William J. Croom (1901-1940) as a patrolman in Kinston, North Carolina, State Highway patrolman in Greensboro, N.C., and Director of Public Safety in Durham, N.C.; Also included are Croom and Peed family genealogical fil...

John Miller Faison Collection (Manuscript Collection #1098)

A collection (ca. 1885-1918, undated) of 55 cartes de visite and cabinet cards mounted on cardboard, a scrapbook containing 11 snapshots, a manuscript, and printed materials belonging to John Miller Faison, a North Carolina physician, Democratic Party leader, and Congressman from the N.C. Third District between 1911 and 1915.

Records of Exempt Human Resources Act Employees (University Archives Collection #UA11-01)

The Records of Employees Exempt from the Human Resources Act inlcudes a file for most EHRA employees which may contain applications for employment, correspondence, resumes or vitae, promotion and demotion documentation, transfer information, personnel action forms, salary information, and documentation of termination of employment.

Faculty Clippings (University Archives Collection #UA91-01)

Dr. Keats Sparrow Collection (Manuscript Collection #854)

Camp Leach, Pamlico River, photographs and documents (1953, 1984, 2001-2002) and a clipping pertaining to Camp Oceanside, Topsail Island, both summer camps operated by the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina, ca. 1930s-1980s.

John Durand Patterson Collection (Manuscript Collection #1006)

Records of the Regional Development Insitute (RDI) (University Archives Collection #UA12-01)

The Records of the Regional Development Institute contain published reports, correspondence, survey data, publications, newsletters, and video files related to the efforts of the Regional Development Institute at East Carolina University.