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Minnie B. Parker Collection (Manuscript Collection #89)

Collection (1839-1976) including correspondence, receipts, legal papers, poems, military orders, list of patients, etc., related to Nash and Franklin counties, North Carolina, and a scrapbook tracing the activities of Miss Minnie B. Parker as a nurse for the American Expeditionary Force in France, during World War I (1918-1920).

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Church Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #137)

Collection (1840-1927) consisting of correspondence, records, historical sketches, legal documents, tax receipts, biographical sketches, genealogical records, diary and date book.

3.
Lucy Cherry Crisp Papers (Manuscript Collection #154)

Papers (1794-1972) consisting of correspondence, diaries, letters, financial papers, legal papers, manuscripts, publications, speeches, notes, etc.

4.
Roberson Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #151)

Papers (1833-1920) consisting of correspondence, legal records of transfer of land, miscellaneous certificates and financial papers.

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Francis W. Knowles Papers (Manuscript Collection #164)

Papers (1862-1885) consisting of diary, with description of camp, confederate and activities of knights of Golden Circle.

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Getsinger Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #172)

Collection (1828-1972) pertaining to Martin County, NC, farmer John Conrad Getsinger, Sr., (Nov. 4, 1812-Jan. 16, 1891), a native of Wurttemburg, Germany, and several of his descendants consisting of correspondence, memoranda books, a sketchbook created by Mr. Getsinger while he was a soldier (1847-1848) fighting in the Mexican War, financial records, Civil War records pertaining to Mr. Getsinger and his son John C. Getsinger, Jr., reli...

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Hunter-Wills Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #237)

Papers (1858-1921) consisting of copies and originals, consisting of correspondence, equipment catalogues, and miscellaneous.

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Gertrude Evans Fearing Collection (Manuscript Collection #244)

Collection (1845-1927, undated) consisting of photocopies, correspondence, financial papers, Civil War correspondence, advertisements, essays.

9.
George Duncan Wells Letterbook (Manuscript Collection #241)

Letterbook (1861-1864) consisting of handwritten transcripts of letters.

10.
James Willard Carter Papers (Manuscript Collection #264)

Papers (1861-1918) including correspondence referring family papers, Civil War 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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Young-Spicer Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #279)

Papers (1830-2011, undated [bulk 1830-1973]) relating to the Young – Spicer family of Fredericks Hall, Louisa County, Virginia and related families living in Virginia, Mississippi and Louisiana, including correspondence relating to the civil war, businesses, taxes & family matters; journals, photographic prints; genealogical and historical files and a listing of the gravestones in the Young-Spicer Cemetery at the family home, “Locust Gr...

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Heath Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #276)

Papers (1730-1928) of surveyor and Baptist pastor, including correspondence, court records, land records, financial papers, promissory notes, bills, land grants, indentures, Civil War orders, etc.

14.
New Bern Historical Society Collection (Manuscript Collection #283)

Collection (1858-1901) consisting of the Civil War diary of Charles A. Tournier, 1864-1865; Craven Common Schools report, 1858; pamphlets of advertisements, 1880s; Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad leaflet, 1901.

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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.