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1.
Elma J. Ashby Oral History Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0065)

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Marietta Manufacturing Company Records (Manuscript Collection #742)

Records (1899-2006, undated) of Pt. Pleasant, West Virginia shipbuilding company, including engineering drawings, blueprints, photographs, and negatives, correspondence, contracts, reports, personnel files. Production files, etc.

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Maurice G. Burnside Papers (Manuscript Collection #468)

Papers (1928-1931, 1939-1966) including scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, congressional papers, miscellaneous material.

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East Carolina Football Collection (University Archives Collection #UA40-01)

Collection contains 16mm films, publications, and other material related to inter-collegiate football at East Carolina University from 1935 to the present.

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Charles Fairchild Papers (Manuscript Collection #676)

Papers (1861-1864) including correspondence, letters, account of duties, detailed description of USS Brandywine, etc.

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Victor Delano Papers (Manuscript Collection #539)

Material documenting the life of WWII U.S. Navy Captain Victor Delano including accounts (1941-1986) of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and duty in the USS West Virginia, by Victor Delano, Pearl Harbor artifacts, correspondence, Familygrams, ships logs, research studies, photograph albums, loose photographs, certificates, diplomas, medals and ribbons, clippings, programs, and publications. Also includes two packets of drawings of Ad...

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Institute of Outdoor Theatre Archives (Manuscript Collection #1250)

This collection consists of the records of the Institute of Outdoor Theatre which was founded in 1963 and includes material related to over 600 outdoor theatres, some of which began operation in the 1920s. Included are play scripts, correspondence, clippings, publicity material, video and audio recordings, feasibility studies, publications, reel-to-reel tapes, 35 mm slides, blueprints, and audition-related materials. This collection is ...

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Norumbega et Virginia Map (Map Collection #MC0028)

Map (1597) of the East Coast of North America, by Cornelius Wytfliet, extending from the Outer Banks of North Carolina to Cape Breton (21- 41. North Latitude; 287- 308 West Longitude) excised from Descriptionis Ptolemaeici augmentum, the first atlas of America. 9 x 11.25 x .125. Matted. Hand colored, ca. 19th century.

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Map of the State of Virginia (Map Collection #MC0003)

Map of the state of Virginia containing the counties, principal towns, railroads and all the other internal improvements. (Encapsulated)

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U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Martin A. Wilson Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-079)

Album (1927-1929) containing photographs, scattered log entries, and miscellany of US Marine Corps enlistee. (65 items)

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Tillie V. Rodgers Map Collection: Virginia partis australis, et Floridae nova description... Map (Map Collection #MC0002-003)

Virginia partis australis, et Floridae nova description. . . (1671). (Militaria Germanica). 14-7/8 by 19-7/8 image size. 2-1/2 to 3 inch matting. 23-1/2 by 27-1/2 simple wooden frame. Hand-colored. Very good condition. Location: 3rd Floor Research Room.

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Clark-Spragins Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #440)

Papers (1766-1898, undated) of the Clark and Spragins families of Halifax County, Virginia, including correspondence, financial records, legal papers, political reference, and miscellaneous.

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John Franklin Wooten Papers (Manuscript Collection #789)

Papers (1843-1942; bulk 1843-1891) of Kinston, NC, attorney John Franklin Wooten and members of the Wooten, Harper and Moseley families of Lenoir Co., NC, and the Christian family of Virginia including correspondence, deeds, plats, financial records and miscellany.

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Tourist 1895 Photograph Album of Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. (Manuscript Collection #1304)

This photograph album documents the typical tourist sites in 1895 in Washington, D.C., such as the White House, the Capitol Building, the Peterson House (where President Lincoln died), the Washington Monument, and the “new post office.” Other photographs depict camping trips (with separate camps for men and women) and hiking in Virginia (Great Falls, Rock Creek, Colonial Beach), and at Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia. July Fourth celebrat...

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Cook Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #324)

Papers (1805-1889, 1963) of a wealthy, Elizabeth City, NC business family, consisting of correspondence, legal records, financial records, genealogical papers, Civil War events, letters, wedding gift, labor strikes and miscellaneous.