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1.
Clio Book Club Records (Manuscript Collection #579)

Records (1937-1987) of Greenville, NC book club, including minute books, scrapbooks, and programs.

2.
Frances Renfrow Doak Papers (Manuscript Collection #408)

Papers (1907-(1930)-1965) including correspondence, minutes, reports, clippings, photographs, broadsides, pamphlets, press releases, radio scripts, post cards, genealogy, and miscellany.

3.
Betty Speir Papers (Manuscript Collection #386)

Personal files (1975-2000) for active North Carolina Democratic Party member and advocate for women Betty Speir, including correspondence, reports, agendas, minutes and memos pertaining to the equal rights amendment, the governor's crime commission, and state and local democratic party politics.

4.
Trinity Episcopal Church Records (Manuscript Collection #858)

Records (1826-1990) of Chocowinity, NC Episcopal Church including Register of baptisms, confirmations and communicants, 1844-1917 (incomplete); Register of church services, 6/1/1952 - 4/9/1967; Women's Auxiliary self-study survey notebook, ca. 1955; Vestry minute book, 11/1/1989 - 10/2/1990; and Cemetery plan of 1826 (copy), 1956 and other files.

5.
Beulah H. Reitz Papers (Manuscript Collection #217)

Papers (1922-1936) consisting of correspondence, conference reports, clippings, pamphlets, information of climate season, Christians celebrations and magazine articles.

6.
Chatham Book Club Records (Manuscript Collection #409)

Records of Greenville, NC book club (1937-1977), including minutes, correspondence, newsletter clippings, construction and by-laws, and two scrapbooks.

7.
Democratic Women of North Carolina Collection (Manuscript Collection #518)

Papers (1960-1962, 1986, undated) compiled by Doris M. Cromartie, during her service as vice chair of the executive committee of the Democratic Women of North Carolina, including correspondence, lists of workers, by-laws, newsletter, articles, and miscellaneous materials pertaining to Democratic Party activities in North Carolina.

8.
Frank Bisel Papers (Manuscript Collection #310)

Papers (1861-1865, undated) of Civil War soldier in the 12th Ohio Battery, consisting of diary, copy, comments, transport discomfort, marriage, doggerel rhymes, clothing bills.

9.
Alvin Drew School Collection (Manuscript Collection #118)

Collection (1934-1969) consisting of bulletin, program, histories, biographical sketches, copy of Pine Ridge Booster, missionary.

10.
Gay Wilentz Papers (University Archives Collection #UA90-08)

11.
Laupus Library Exhibits and Displays Collection ( #LL02-22)

Information about the Laupus Library exhibits including those held at Joyner Library. The collection include signs, captions, bibliographies, lists, and illustrations.

12.
Janice Hardison Faulkner Papers (Manuscript Collection #100)

Professional and personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, press releases, reports, and miscellany for the period 1944 through 2011, bulk dates 1962 to 1982, related to the career of Janice Hardison Faulkner at East Carolina University, with the Democratic Party in North Carolina and as the holder of several high level positions in North Carolina government.

13.
End of the Century Book Club Papers (Manuscript Collection #150)

Papers (1899-1968) consisting of programs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes, club histories, invitation, eulogies, a scrapbook and miscellaneous items.

14.
Littleton College Memorial Association Papers (Manuscript Collection #114)

Papers (1873, 1892-2009, undated) concerning Littleton Female College (later called Littleton College) in Warren County, N.C., and its alumnae include correspondence, programs, college history, alumnae lists, clippings, pamphlets and speeches, etc. The college opened in 1882 and closed after a disastrous fire in 1919. The Littleton College Memorial Association was founded in 1926.