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Francis W. Hughes Papers (Manuscript Collection #649)

Papers (1858-1910) including correspondence, financial materials, common medical procedures, payments, tax listings, correspondence from insurance companies, patient entries, etc.

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Advertising Collection ( #LL02-12)

Advertisements for medicine, likely from between 1870 and 1910. The advertisements include patent medicine trade cards, blotter paper advertisements, and broadside advertising sheets. “Patent medicines” were often promoted as “cure-alls” for many parts of the body and their ingredient list (if any) was often inaccurate.

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Karel B. Absolon Collection ( #LL02-16)

The Karel B. Absolon Collection is comprised of Absolon family papers and Karel B. Absolon’s research and collecting interest, particularly Theodor Billroth. The papers relating to Absolon’s family span three generations and include Karel B. Absolon, Karel Absolon, Willibald Absolon, and Jaroslav Bakes (a cousin to Karel Absolon). Karel B. Absolon’s primary research interest was Austrian abdominal surgeon Theodor Billroth (1829-1894). A...

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Richard Porson Paddison Papers (Manuscript Collection #327)

Papers (1791-1945) of steamboat operator on the Cape Fear and Black Rivers, based in Point Caswell, NC, consisting of correspondence, genealogical material, wills, indentures, marriage certificate, receipts, inventories, exposition programs, photographs, newspaper clippings, letters and miscellaneous.

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Elias Carr Papers (Manuscript Collection #160)

Papers (1805-1968; bulk 1860-1916) consisting of correspondence of a political nature, family-related correspondence, speeches, financial papers, farm records, farm account books, clippings, photographs, a diary and printed material related to Elias Carr and other members of the Carr and related families. Elias Carr (1839-1900) of Edgecombe County, a member of the Democratic Party, was the governor of North Carolina (1893-1897) and pres...

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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).