|1.||J. Bryan Grimes Papers (Manuscript Collection #54) 2 hits
Papers (1760  - 1935) including correspondence, financial papers, account books, daybooks, essays, speeches, legal records, land records, notebooks, etc. of Eastern North Carolina farmer, leader of the NC Tobacco Growers Association, and NC Secretary of State (1901-1923), etc.
|2.||Tyre C. Taylor Papers (Manuscript Collection #131) 2 hits
Papers (1920-1967, undated) of a North Carolina lawyer and politician consisting of clippings, pamphlets, speeches, announcement of a law partnership, report entitled "A Ten-Year Plan for North Carolina," letters, articles from magazines, ephemera and photographs.
|3.||James Yadkin Joyner Papers (Manuscript Collection #345) 2 hits
Papers (1820-1954, undated) consisting of correspondence, speeches, essays, financial records, pamphlets, clippings, photographs, memoranda books, legal papers and deeds, post cards, and miscellany.
|4.||Hardison-Watts Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #415) 2 hits
Papers (1758-1953, undated) including correspondence, financial records, land records, remedy for eye problem, laundry, haircuts, Christian club, etc. 372 items.
|5.||Braswell Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #477) 2 hits
Papers (1859-1936) including correspondence, minute book, time book, ledger, photographs, genealogy, letters on symptoms and treatment of disease, and miscellaneous.
|6.||Henry Clark Bridgers, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #558) 2 hits
Papers (1870-1981) including correspondence, legal documents, ledgers, literary manuscripts, stock certificates, deeds, charters, minutes, photographs, clippings, financial records, orders and publications.
|7.||William Frederick Harding Memoir (Manuscript Collection #412) 2 hits
Memoir (written 1917-1918, 1938) of William Frederick Harding, Superior Court Judge for the Fourteenth Judicial District of North Carolina. Judge Harding's memoir covers his lifetime from his birth in 1867 at Aurora, Beaufort County, N.C., through 1918 including his childhood spent in Aurora, Stonewall in Craven County, Greene County and Greenville, N.C., his college years at UNC-Chapel Hill (1890-1894), his years as a practicing lawyer in Greenville and Charlotte, N.C., and the early years of his judgeship