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Great Swamp Primitive Baptist Church Records (Manuscript Collection #857)

Record volumes (1877-1987, undated) including Great Swamp Primitive Baptist Church Record, 1884-1980; Record of Primitive Baptist Church at Great Swamp, 1877-1915; [Great Swamp Church] Members / Conferences, 1916-1930; and loose material removed from Garner Family Bible including letters, clippings, emphemera, and Garner family genealogical information, ca. 1878-1987, undated

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Elizabeth Vann Moore Papers (Manuscript Collection #1215)

Collection (1898, 1908-2009) consists of research materials related to the history of Edenton and the Albemarle-Chowan region of North Carolina. Elizabeth Vann Moore (1912-2010) of Edenton spent her life researching local and family history topics. Her notebooks and correspondence reflect her involvement in writing Historic Edenton Guidebooks, the 300 year history of St. Paul's Parish in Edenton, a North Carolina Histor...

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Frank C. Salisbury Collection (Manuscript Collection #99)

Collection (1800-1964) consisting correspondence of Historical society, letters, "dull" times, "Suggestions to Masters of Ships," photographs, newspapers, guide books, clippings.

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John A. Clark, Jr., Collection (Manuscript Collection #427)

Collection [1733-1975] including correspondence, cemetery records, deed books, court records, militia records; copies and originals of indenture, estate lists, wills, land grants, Bible records, and miscellaneous.

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William N. Still Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #139)

Correspondence (1954-1956), manuscript for Confederate shipbuilding, and muster roll (1862).

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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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John Henry Oden, III, Collection (Manuscript Collection #1150)

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Samuel James Rowell Papers (Manuscript Collection #36)

Papers (1809-1928) including correspondence, land records, maps, diary fragments, financial papers, etc. of farmer, church leader, and local office holder.

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Ovid Williams Pierce Papers (Manuscript Collection #101)

Papers (1876-1988) including correspondence, clippings, genealogical data, literary manuscripts, books, articles, short stories, reviews, book proofs, biographical publications, photographs.

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North Carolina Academy of Science Collection (Manuscript Collection #282)

Minutes, programs, correspondence, journals, reprints, reports, posters, and miscellaneous records (1902-2016) documenting the North Carolina Academy of Science, journal issues for the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society (1883-2007, some missing), and memoir of the Rev. Elisha Mitchell, D.D. (1858).

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David LeRoy Corbitt Collection (Manuscript Collection #1066)

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Capus Miller Waynick Papers (Manuscript Collection #421)

Papers (1775 [1932-1966] - 1980, undated) consisting of correspondence, speeches, a diary, essay, reports, photographs, an autobiography, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, maps, pamphlets, financial records and miscellany.

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Caroline Cunningham Collection (Manuscript Collection #56)

Collection [1636-1798] including newspaper and magazine clippings, relating to racial integration and race relations; files of a professional genealogist concerning North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland families.

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John H. Bonner Papers (Manuscript Collection #752)

Ledgers (1911-1968) of Beaufort County, NC attorney, containing abstracts of deeds and other land conveyances; plats of land; and historical and contemporary observations about the county and its people.

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Lee A. Wallace, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #757)

Papers 1937-1997 (Bulk 1974-1997) pertaining to Lee A. Wallace Jr.’s military service during World War II, including a scrapbook documenting Wallace’s service in Battery “C”, 2nd Battalion, 113th Field Artillery Regiment (formerly designated 117th Field Artillery); also referred to as 113th Field Artillery Battalion, 30th Infantry Division, North Carolina National Guard, based in Washington, N.C., including newspaper clippings, orders, ...