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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.

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Frank A. Armstrong Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #35)

Papers (1927-1969, undated) including correspondence, memoirs, reports, flight records, flight log, speeches, etc. relating to the career of pioneer aviator and US Army Air Corps general during and after World War II.

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Stone Towing Line Records (Manuscript Collection #679)

Records (1937-1960) including correspondence, work orders, product invoices, requisitions, receipts, advertisements, photographs, and publications.

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Tabitha Marie DeVisconti Papers (Manuscript Collection #480)

Papers (1705-1983, undated) including correspondence, diaries, genealogical records, legal and financial records, club records, photographs, clippings, surveys, and miscellaneous.

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Albert and Hilda Biller Collection (Manuscript Collection #1114)

Collection (1936-1985, undated) of programs (the majority published by Playbill), librettos and souvenir pamphlets documenting plays, theatrical dance and musical productions performed in New York City and Stockholm. The publications are printed in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish languages.

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Daily Reflector Negative Collection (Manuscript Collection #741)

Negative files (1920-1967) and electronic files (on CDs) of photographs (1968-1989) used for the publishing of The Daily Reflector newspaper. The collection documents daily news and events in Greenville, NC and its surrounding area.

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Richardson Preyer Papers (Manuscript Collection #102)

This collection contains about 363 cubic feet of material documenting the Congressional career of Lunsford Richardson Preyer. Mr. Preyer (January 11, 1919-April 3, 2001) of Greensboro, North Carolina, served in the U.S. House of Representatives for twelve years (January 1969-January 1981).