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1.
Spier Worthington Papers (Manuscript Collection #353)

Papers (1764-1910) including correspondence, land records, account sales, a photograph, agricultural reports, receipts and miscellaneous.

2.
Records of the Equal Employment Officer (University Archives Collection #UA03-03)

The EEO records include correspondence, reports, clippings, publications, and information concerning Affirmative Action Programs, sexual harassment, discrimination, and policies from 1973-1999.

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Sam B. Underwood, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #305)

Papers (1925-1951) consisting of correspondence, legal document, opinions, publications, financial records, tabulation form, speeches, advertising, property listing forms, etc.

4.
Roach Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #346)

Papers (1728-1901) including correspondence, inventories, wills, estates, land records, legal records, slave deeds, financial records, tax receipts, poems, cipher book, account book, and miscellaneous.

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Askew Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #298)

Papers (1840-1893) of Zephaniah Askew, a farmer, fisherman, Hertford County, NC surveyor and justice of the peace and his family, consisting of papers, clippings, notebook, invoices, financial records, correspondence, insurance, pamphlets, etc.

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Walter L. Daniels Papers (Manuscript Collection #96)

Papers (1803-1957, undated) including correspondence, original poetry, essay, income from tobacco, Civil War causalities, pamphlets, ballot, deeds and indentures, genealogical records.

7.
Smith - Tyson Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #1118)

Collection (1901-1926) of correspondence received by Maud Smith (née Tyson) and her husband Walter Edward "Edd" Smith, from family and friends. Collection includes letters to Maud Tyson, while she attended Littleton Female College, letters from Carl Tyson, during World War I, from the Headquarters of the 81st Division, at Camp Jackson, South Carolina, between May and November, 1918, and several other letters, as well as a list of transc...

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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.

9.
Bank of Hobbsville Records (Manuscript Collection #527)

Records (1910-1856) including correspondence, financial records, minutes, legal papers, estate records, World War I and II, pamphlets, and miscellaneous.

10.
Mary Earle Stallings Collection (Manuscript Collection #935)

Collection of genealogical information, a photographic print and postcard from the Peter Richard Rives, Frederick Lawrence Wiggins, and John Lawrence Wiggins family Bibles pertaining to the Rives, Wiggins, and related families of Edgecombe County, Halifax County, Martin County, Pitt County, North Carolina.

11.
Hughes-Grimsley Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #546)

Papers (1775-1949) including correspondence, deeds, financial accounts, photographs, and miscellaneous.

12.
Charles V. Peery Collection (Manuscript Collection #470)

Collection (1863-1865) including correspondence, company returns, clothing reports, equipment reports, orders, invoices, ordance reports, etc.

13.
Brownrigg Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #597)

Papers (1720-1872, 1936) including correspondence, legal documents, estate records, accounts, promissory notes, shipping records, receipts, an apprenticeship bond, tombstone records, tax lists.

14.
Cook Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #324)

Papers (1805-1889, 1963) of a wealthy, Elizabeth City, NC business family, consisting of correspondence, legal records, financial records, genealogical papers, Civil War events, letters, wedding gift, labor strikes and miscellaneous.

15.
Roscoe Jackson Papers (Manuscript Collection #1194)

Collection (1917-1933, bulk 1918-1919) mainly consists of correspondence (29 May 1918-29 April 1919; 115 letters) between U.S. Army Pvt. Roscoe Jackson and his wife Lucile E. Jackson of Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio, and also with his father, mother-in-law, and grandfather during World War I. He writes from Camp Sherman in Chillicothe, Ohio, Camp Mills in Long Island, New York, and from France where he is serving with the 138th U.S. In...