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September 11, 2001 Collection (Manuscript Collection #885)

Collection consists of essays written on September 12, 2001, by nineteen students as an assignment in East Carolina University Professor Karin L. Zipf's "Women in American History Class," describing their reactions to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center buildings in New York, NY, and the Pentagon in Arlington, VA.

East Carolina University Student Handbooks (University Archives Collection #UA50-04)

The student handbooks include university hours, campus calendars, and social regulations.

Carolyn Patterson Collection (Manuscript Collection #1089)

Pieces O' Eight (University Archives Collection #UA50-07)

Students under the direction of a faculty advisor produced Pieces O' Eight beginning in 1939 to share the literary talent of students. In addition to short stories and essays, other sections of the magazine included pages devoted to humor, opinions, and advertisements of campus events.

Harnett County Common Schools Collection (Manuscript Collection #982)

The Harnett County Common Schools Collection contains a few pages from a Common School Register (1879) from a school for African American students, in District No. 1, Harnett County, North Carolina.

Records of Registered Student Organizations (University Archives Collection #UA22-06)

The Records of the Department of Registered Student Organizations are comprised of Angel Flight, Aquatic Club, Aquatic Sciences Club,Art History Society,B-GLAD, Biology Club, Black Thespians of ECU, College Democrats, Communication Society, Discipuli Veritatis Fallacis Club, English Club, Environmental Conservation Organization, GAIA Club, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Gospel Choir, International Student Association, Maritime ...

John Durand Patterson Collection (Manuscript Collection #1006)

Freshman Registers (University Archives Collection #UA45-09)

Jennie Taylor Papers (Manuscript Collection #484)

Papers (1916-1938) including correspondence, school report cards, photographs and a playbill.

Records of the Department of History (University Archives Collection #UA25-02)

The Records of the Department of History are comprised of annual reports, minutes,course proposals, reports, curriculum proposals, correspondence, lecture series, oral history, publications, Phi Alpha Theta documentation, and miscellaneous: announcements, brochures, and publications.

Fry Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #1197)

The largest portion (1911-1947) of this collection (1837-1993) contains correspondence, photographs, publications and ephemera related to the extensive charitable interests of Mary Estelle Crawford Fry, her husband James Woods Fry and son Gilbert Crawford Fry, all of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The charities include the Bethel Mission operating out of Hong Kong at the time of this correspondence (1938) due to war in China, the San Miao ...

Expressions: The Minority Magazine of East Carolina University (University Archives Collection #UA50-09)

Expressions magazine includes essays, art, poetry, and previews of upcoming events relevant to minority groups on campus. Expressions defines minority as any person who feels "outside the mainstream or norm."

Lenoir County School Register (Manuscript Collection #524)

Register (1886-1893) including school register, number of students, grades, daily attendance, age, sex, occupation of parents, list of book used.

Class Records (University Archives Collection #UA45-03)

Collection contains information on individual students and graduating classes at East Carolina. Certificates, programs, and brochures comprise the bulk of the collection.

Georgia Pearsall Hearne Papers (Manuscript Collection #430)

Papers (1865-2013, bulk 1919-1982) relating to Georgia Pearsall Hearne, an artist, musician, and teacher, whose portraits of prominent North Carolinians earned her state-wide recognition, including consisting of correspondence, daybooks, photographs, original artwork, reproductions of art work, newspaper clippings, printed forms, printed materials, genealogical materials, and miscellany.