|1.||Hallett S. Ward Papers (Manuscript Collection #53) 7 hits
Papers (1921-1925) including correspondence, speeches, government pamphlets, congressional records, official reports, etc. concerning service as a member of the US Congress (D-NC). C.
|2.||Agnes Paton Foy Memoir (Manuscript Collection #362) 6 hits
Memoir(1861-1865) including correspondence, Civil War Memoir, typescript copy.
|3.||John Herritage Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #147) 5 hits
Papers (1766-1869) consisting of correspondence, legal papers, land records, financial papers, reports, newspapers, and miscellaneous items.
|4.||Kate Wheeler Cooper Papers (Manuscript Collection #169) 4 hits
Papers (1833-1912, undated) consisting of correspondence from classmates and friends, financial papers, essays, genealogical notes, clippings, newspapers and miscellaneous.
|5.||Sarah Allen Papers (Manuscript Collection #471) 4 hits
Papers (1965-1983) including correspondence, news releases, galley and page proofs, concerning novel Ginger Hill.
|6.||Abraham G. Jones Papers (Manuscript Collection #135) 4 hits
Papers (1856-1898) consisting correspondence in Civil War, letters, post-war correspondence, diaries, miscellaneous items about camp life, etc.
|7.||Elihu A. White Papers (Manuscript Collection #14) 4 hits
Papers (1830-1931) including correspondence, speeches, property records, deeds, appointments, clippings, financial records, etc. of a Quaker farmer and business leader in Belvedere (NC).
|8.||Grimes-Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #16) 4 hits
Papers (1780-1969; bulk 1808-1924) including correspondence, land records, legal papers, financial papers, ledgers, etc., of two prominent Eastern North Carolina families--Grimes and Bryan--related through marriage. Other material concerns the Wharton and Conrad families of Clemmonsville, North Carolina, in Davidson County, who are also related by marriage to the Grimes family.
|9.||Richardson Preyer Papers (Manuscript Collection #102) 3 hits
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).
|10.||Austin Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #382) 3 hits
Papers (1830-1947) consisting of correspondence, legal documents, newspaper clippings, photographs, letters regarding common disease and miscellaneous.