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Grimes-Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #16)

Papers (1780-1969; bulk 1808-1924) including correspondence, land records, legal papers, financial papers, ledgers, etc., of two prominent Eastern North Carolina families--Grimes and Bryan--related through marriage. Other material concerns the Wharton and Conrad families of Clemmonsville, North Carolina, in Davidson County, who are also related by marriage to the Grimes family.

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Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. McMullan Collection (Manuscript Collection #33)

Collection (1766-1863, undated) including correspondence, accounts, etc., of the Skinner and Hoskins families, who were prominent families of Eastern North Carolina.

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John N. Whitford Paper (Manuscript Collection #50)

Letter (1864) from commander of the 67th Regiment N.C. Infantry requesting a father to send his sons back to the regiment.

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Elizabeth Rudder Fearrington Croom Collection (Manuscript Collection #58)

Collection (1755-1968, undated) including correspondence, deeds, speeches, petitions, receipts and financial papers, legal and estate papers, etc. relating to the Croom and connected families. Rec'd. 1968/7/18; 1968/12/4

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Abraham G. Jones Papers (Manuscript Collection #135)

Papers (1856-1898) consisting correspondence in Civil War, letters, post-war correspondence, diaries, miscellaneous items about camp life, etc.

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Richard Commander Papers (Manuscript Collection #157)

Papers (1865) consisting of a complaint letter.

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Felix Miller Papers (Manuscript Collection #256)

Papers (1797-1865) consisting of photocopies and typescript of correspondence, letters.

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William L. Horner Collection: Gooding Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #265-002)

Collection (1799-1897, 1913) including correspondence, 1835-1897, 1913, and financial records, 1799-1894, of New Bern, NC merchant, whose store was used by Union troops, and who was appointed Superintendent of Poor Whites for Craven County, NC.

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F. M. McMillen Diary (Manuscript Collection #290)

Diary (1 January - 25 March 1865) of a sergeant in Company C, 110th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, 6th Corps during the Petersburg - Appomattox, VA campaign.

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Sylvanus M. Hankins Papers (Manuscript Collection #297)

Papers (1811-1958) of A. D. Peace and Samuel Peace, and Matt Hankins, relating to Trinity College, North Carolina, Civil War battles at Washington, NC, Rappahannock Bridge, and Kelly's Ford, VA, including of copies, a memoir, clippings, genealogical notes, financial account, Bible records, amateur verse, contract, account of medical services.

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William Fleming Little Collection (Manuscript Collection #316)

Collection (1892-1953) relating to the Hodges and Little families of Pitt County, NC, consisting of correspondence, wills, deeds, receipts, promissory notes, summonses, a bill of sale, estate inventory, accounts, and overseers appointments, a history of Pactolus, and miscellaneous items.

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Nathan R. Frazier Papers (Manuscript Collection #390)

Papers (1862-1899, 1931-1938) consisting of correspondence, court records, receipts, Census of white children.

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James Addison Lowrie Collection (Manuscript Collection #983)

Collection (12 February 1864) consisting of a letter from Pvt. James Addison Lowrie, Company D of the 57th North Carolina Infantry, at Kinston, NC, to his brother Robert [of Brunswick County, NC], reporting on his good health, the poor mail service, the lack of news, the growing dissatisfaction among “the boys”, the recent desertion of 14 men from the 21st Regiment North Carolina Infantry, and the Kinston Hangings, the ...

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Andrew B. Benedict Papers (Manuscript Collection #68)

Papers (1821-1908, undated) including certificates, legal papers, letters, sale of personal property, disbursements by estate, teaching certificates, addresses, and statement of account (1881).

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William W. Perry Diary (Manuscript Collection #338)

Diary (1864-1865) kept by William W. Perry, a Pennsylvania soldier who joined the Union Army on January 4, 1864, at the age of thirteen. Also included are eight pages listing the men from Ringgold, Pennsylvania, who served in the Union Army during the Civil War.