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Bodo Nischan Papers (Manuscript Collection #911)

Papers (ca. 1963-2003) of East Carolina University History professor, 1969-2001, including correspondence, historical, biographical and bibliographic research materials; clippings; notes for lectures and writings, drafts, manuscripts and proofs of papers and publications, including his dissertation; microfilm and microfiche records, computer diskettes, note cards; conference travels records; University and History Department committees ...

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Gerda Nischan Papers (Manuscript Collection #1000)

The Gerda Nischan Papers contains letters (1930, 1946-1947), handwritten in German between Otto Baumann and his wife, Barbara Hock, all but one written during the time Baumann was a German soldier in a French prisoner of war camp, 1946-1947, and typescripts in English by Baumann's daughter, Gerda Nischa, including an explanation of the letters, and 7 poems inspired by the letters. In 2010 Gerda Nischan wrote a book based on the letters ...

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Jacob Bell Cornell Notebook (Manuscript Collection #1206)

This notebook is an 1870 student’s notebook containing field notes of a Survey of the Coast of North Carolina done for the United States Coast Survey. It was likely kept by Jacob Bell Cornell (1848-1897), a member of the Class of 1872 at Rutgers College in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Of specific interest are a diagram and calculations associated with a lighthouse in the Pamlico Sound and references to Portsmouth Island and Swan Quarter.

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USS United States Logbooks (Manuscript Collection #1190)

Collection consists of a two volumes titled "Journal of a Cruise from Norfolk, Virginia to the Pacific Ocean in the United States Frigate United States, Isaac Hull, Esq'r, Commander" kept by Philadelphian midshipman Lawrence Penington from 4 December 1823, through 22 April 1827. United States was one of six frigates authorized to be constructed by the Naval Act of 1794 and it served as the flagship for ...

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Photograph Album of North Carolina College for Women Student (Manuscript Collection #1318)

A photograph album kept by a North Carolina girl in the Sandhills region from 1914 to 1921. For at least 1914 and 1915 she was a student at North Carolina College for Women in Greensboro, North Carolina. The album documents her life at NCCW and her home life including May Day fetes in Carthage in 1914 and 1920 and in Oxford in 1921, boating, hiking, driving and dancing. World War I shows a minor presence with an advertisement enticing y...

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USS Independence Collection (Manuscript Collection #1128)

Journal of a Cruize in the USS Independence, Commodore William Bainbridge’s Flag Ship, Capt. William M. Crane, Commander, from Boston, July 2nd, 1815 (3 July–15 November 1815), compiled by an anonymous crew member, which describes the first overseas mission of the first ship of the line commissioned by the United States Navy, to deal with the piratical acts of the Barbary Powers against American merchant commerce in the...

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Faculty Clippings (University Archives Collection #UA91-01)

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Joseph F. & Lala Carr Steelman Papers (Manuscript Collection #924)

Collection (1802-2008) of two East Carolina University history professors, includes their academic works, historical reviews, correspondence with various organizations of educational, historical, political, and philanthropic persuasions. Also includes family files on Steelman and Edmisten families, plus large collection of familial correspondence.