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31 results for Stokes County (N.C.)
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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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Charles O'Hagan Laughinghouse Papers (Manuscript Collection #267)

Papers (1865-1954, undated) consisting of correspondence, speeches, financial and legal records, a minute book, a guest register, photographs, newspapers, genealogical notes, deeds, etc., related to the career of Dr. Charles O'Hagan Laughinghouse (1871-1930) of Greenville, N.C., and to the Laughinghouse and related Stokes families. Besides having a successful practice in Greenville, Dr. Laughinghouse was a respected member of the North ...

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Elizabeth Moore Collection (Manuscript Collection #322)

Genealogical files for Craven County families compiled by Elizabeth Moore of New Bern.

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Richard Tillman Fountain Papers (Manuscript Collection #129)

Papers (1864-1958 undated) consisting of correspondence, report, clippings, newspapers, Fountain's law practice, letters, pamphlets, clippings, scrapbooks, reports, etc.

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James W. Griffith, Jr., Architectural Records (Manuscript Collection #803)

Records (1930-1967) of the firm of James W. Griffith, Jr., Architects, Greenville, NC, including drawings and other records.

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John Gideon Taylor Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #441)

Papers (1782-1936, undated) including correspondence, legal papers, estate papers, financial papers, post cards, newspapers, and miscellany.

7.
Matthew T. Lewis Papers (Manuscript Collection #766)

Papers (1944-1998, undated) of Matthew T. Lewis, educator and principal of Stokes Elementary School, a segregated, predominantly African American public school in Stokes, Pitt County, North Carolina, including correspondence with the Pitt County Superintendent Arthur S. Alford, announcements of retirement, newspaper clippings, programs from the dedication of Matthew Lewis Field and Picnic Shelter, reports, photographic prints and photog...

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Richard C. Stokes Papers (Manuscript Collection #402)

Papers (1837, 1853-1946, 1962) consisting of correspondence, legal records, financial records, business memos, receipts, reports, photographs, clippings and miscellaneous.

9.
Mary Lawrence Perkins-Williams Papers (Manuscript Collection #730)

Personal files created by Pitt County, North Carolina, native Mary Perkins-Williams relate to the Pitt County Black Assembly (1979, 1983), NAACP Legal Defense (1980), regional development (1977-1979), minority issues, and fair housing. Audio-Visual Materials include photographs of scrapbook images (ca. 1950s) documenting both abandoned and active Pitt County, North Carolina, African American public schools. Also included are seven video...

10.
Pringle Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #277)

Papers (1844-1914) relating to crop prices and real estate, consisting of microfilms of photocopies, correspondence, flyer, military records, land records and muster rolls.

11.
Jennie Whitley Congleton Papers (Manuscript Collection #462)

Papers (1883-1885) including correspondence, autograph book, school essays, signature of classmates, school activities, etc.

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Pringle Family Papers (Microfilm Collection #MF0043)

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Jack Holland Spain Papers (Manuscript Collection #1122)

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John D. Neville Collection (Manuscript Collection #955)

Documents and printed materials relating to Greenville, NC including high school and college programs, postcards, World War II ration books, etc. Also, genealogical correspondence, notes and research files pertaining to the Davenport, Flanagan, Neville, and related families of Pitt, Edgecombe, Halifax, and Nash counties, North Carolina

15.
James B. Hunt, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #325)

Papers (1960-1984) of Democratic political leader and governor of North Carolina, including his 1976 campaign financial records and his 1980 gubernatorial general campaign files.