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1.
Stephen H. Wilson Papers (Manuscript Collection #301)

Papers (1973-1977) of counselor at the Tideland Mental Health Center, Washington, N.C., who was imprisoned on drug related charges in Mexico, 1973-1975 consisting of correspondence, clippings, playboy magazine, abusive treatment of prisoners, etc.

2.
James Clark Mallison Papers (Manuscript Collection #615)

Papers (1861-1865) including signature book of prisoners, arrest descriptions. 1 Volume.

3.
Paul Albert Putnam Oral History Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0027)

4.
John M. Porter Memoir (Manuscript Collection #653)

Memoir (1861-1865) including correspondence, transfer and escape of prisoners, details of sabotage of a Union train.

5.
G. Vince Howell Oral History Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0020)

6.
Walter Francis Larson Papers (Manuscript Collection #90)

Papers (1844-1945) consisting memoir, diary, photographs, description of imprisonment, prisoner of war camp, diary, move on foot covering 603 miles, wartime log.

7.
Kemp P. and Lottie Sharp Lewis Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #399)

Papers (1795, 1827, 1856-1956) including correspondence, financial papers, copies, genealogical notes, a will salutatory address, brief essay, Civil War events, etc.

8.
Stanley E. Yelverton Oral History Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0025)

9.
Carter Berkeley Simpson Papers (Manuscript Collection #646)

Papers (1941-1944) including correspondence, 2 hand written diaries, receipts of letters, description of daily routine activities.

10.
Paul A. Putnam Papers (Manuscript Collection #313)

Papers (1926-1953) of Brig. General Paul A. Putnam, U. S. Marine Corps, an aviator, who was captured at Wake Island and was a POW in Japan, 1941-1945, consisting of correspondence, diaries, a photograph, clippings, citations, orders, recipe book, copies of awards, citations, publications, newspaper articles.

11.
Lightfoot Paper (Manuscript Collection #12)

Letter (1865) from a pro-Union Southern woman in Georgia to her sister living in the North.

12.
A. F. Williams Diary (Manuscript Collection #246)

Diary (1862) consisting of photocopies, typescript, general store account record.

13.
Edmund J. Lilly, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #306)

Papers (1941-1974) of U. S. Army artillery officer in World War I and World War II, who served as commander of the 57th Philippine Scouts and regimental commander, experienced the Bataan Death March and was a POW until 1945, consisting of correspondence, clippings, a hymnal, letters, and miscellaneous.

14.
William Augustus Parvin Papers (Manuscript Collection #536)

Papers (1861-1907) including memoir, copy, rations.

15.
Saunders Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #964)