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Janice Hardison Faulkner Papers (Manuscript Collection #100)

Professional and personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, press releases, reports, and miscellany for the period 1944 through 2011, bulk dates 1962 to 1982, related to the career of Janice Hardison Faulkner at East Carolina University, with the Democratic Party in North Carolina and as the holder of several high level positions in North Carolina government.

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Charles Bennett Darden Papers (Manuscript Collection #240)

Papers (1952-1956) consisting of correspondence, reports, photographs, agricultural problems, Iraqi politics, newspapers, clippings, tobacco specialists, photographs.

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Eugene C. Beddingfield Papers (Manuscript Collection #206)

Papers (1890-1926) including correspondence, clippings, and certificates, publication, biographical sketches.

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Pitt County and North Carolina Political Ephemera Collection (Manuscript Collection #1336)

This collection contains political brochures, posters, and mailings (1990s-2018) related to mainly Greenville, Pitt County, and North Carolina races although some relate to national elections. The focus is on Democratic Party candidates, but also includes some items related to Republican Party rivals.

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Van S. Watson Papers (Manuscript Collection #69)

Papers (1930-1943 undated) consisting of correspondence, bills, petitions, speeches, reports, etc., relating to legislative career, gasoline tax, fishing laws, legislative bills, creation of state motor vehicles department, and reports of NC Agricultural Extension service.

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Charles Laban Abernethy, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #98)

Papers (1842-1970) consisting of correspondence concerning national politics, photographs, pre-World War II invitations, notes, legal papers, legal case files, school material, tariff discrimination, etc.

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William H. Osborn Papers (Manuscript Collection #41)

Papers (1895-1921) including correspondence, clippings, diary, invitations, statements, reports, genealogy, etc. relating to a prominent businessman who became mayor (1901-1905) of Greensboro (NC) and commissioner of internal revenue (1914-1917).

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James E. Shepherd Papers (Manuscript Collection #199)

Papers (1859-1915) consisting of correspondence, financial records, promissory notes, newspapers, a scrapbook of poems, etc.

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Frank M. Wooten Sr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #125)

Papers (1917-1941) of Frank M. Wooten Sr. (1875-1941), a leading Greenville attorney, Superior Court judge, and member of the N.C. General Assembly, and Greenville mayor, consisting of correspondence during first World War, letters, political campaign, pamphlets concerning tobacco, cultivation, agricultural alcohol, clipping, financial papers, etc.

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Flavel W. Foster Papers (Manuscript Collection #93)

Papers (1752-1914) including correspondence, certificates, clippings, legal papers, scrapbook, postcard signed only "Ex Reb", passport, newspapers.

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Robert Morgan Speeches (Microfilm Collection #MF0020)

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James Yadkin Joyner Papers (Manuscript Collection #345)

Papers (1820-1954, undated) consisting of correspondence, speeches, essays, financial records, pamphlets, clippings, photographs, memoranda books, legal papers and deeds, post cards, and miscellany.

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John A. Lang, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #271)

Papers (1890-1974) consisting of correspondence, reports, pamphlets, speeches, conference records, minutes, publications, newspapers, agenda, photographs, tapes and miscellaneous.

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John P. Hooker Papers (Manuscript Collection #76)

Papers (1932-1965, undated) including correspondence, petitions, minutes, printed material, election returns, papers concerning tobacco control programs, crop report, clippings etc.

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Carroll H. Leggett Collection (Manuscript Collection #856)

Collection (1950 - 2011), including correspondence, photographic prints, ephemera, subject files and published materials, relating to Democratic Party politics in North Carolina and Washington, DC, especially the donor's activities as administrative assistant to Robert B. Morgan, who was Attorney General of North Carolina and U. S. Senator, 1970-1980.