|1.||Lewis G. Cooper Papers (Manuscript Collection #304) 2 hits
Papers (1922-1950) of a Greenville, NC attorney consisting of correspondence, legal records, ledger, railroad company, legal services, brochure, political speech.
|2.||Sam B. Underwood, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #305) 2 hits
Papers (1925-1951) consisting of correspondence, legal document, opinions, publications, financial records, tabulation form, speeches, advertising, property listing forms, etc.
|3.||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.
|4.||David B. Stevens Papers (Manuscript Collection #779) 2 hits
Papers (1943-1988) including manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, published works, vital records and newspaper clippings pertaining to the life of David B. Stevens.
|5.||Frank M. Wooten, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #126) 2 hits
Papers (1902-1966, undated) consisting of correspondence, pamphlets, proposed bills, reports, petitions, resolutions, bulletins, periodicals, printed bills, etc. Crime-punishment related topics, tax issues.
|6.||William Frederick Harding Memoir (Manuscript Collection #412) 2 hits
Memoir (written 1917-1918, 1938) of William Frederick Harding, Superior Court Judge for the Fourteenth Judicial District of North Carolina. Judge Harding's memoir covers his lifetime from his birth in 1867 at Aurora, Beaufort County, N.C., through 1918 including his childhood spent in Aurora, Stonewall in Craven County, Greene County and Greenville, N.C., his college years at UNC-Chapel Hill (1890-1894), his years as a practicing lawyer in Greenville and Charlotte, N.C., and the early years of his judgeship