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16.
McCall-Wade Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #181)

Papers (1860-1870s, undated) consisting of memoir, comments, physical plan, scrapbook, advertisements, newspapers clippings.

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Raymond John Jeffreys Papers (Manuscript Collection #149)

Papers (1917-1969) including items., first World War diaries, correspondence, advertisements, pamphlets, periodicals, tax plan, magazines, books, etc.

18.
Boyd Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #253)

Papers (1761-1887) consisting of land records, correspondence, slave records, financial records, financial papers, auction notice, advertisements, etc.

19.
Walter G. Ward Papers (Manuscript Collection #464)

Papers (1850, 1893-1915) including correspondence, receipts, post cards, advertisements, references of social activities, letters and miscellaneous.

20.
Henderson D. Mabe Papers ( #LL02-25)

The collection contains papers related to Dr. Mabe's personal medical practice, personal papers, product advertisements, and journal.

21.
John Calvin Blue, M.D. Collection (Manuscript Collection #1113)

Collection of two bound manuscript account books (1872-1892) of a physician practicing in Cameron and Carthage, Moore County, North Carolina, during the late 19th century and for part of that time in partnership with Calvin Graves, a pharmacist, including bills and receipts for office visits, medicines, and vague descriptions of treatments. One volume contains an alphabetical index of patient names for locating specific patient accounts...

22.
Paul T. Ricks Papers (University Archives Collection #UA90-02)

Paul T. Ricks papers includes correspondence, programs, financial files, and publications related to Ricks Tours.

23.
Hollowell Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #578)

Papers (1845-1937) of Pasquotank County, N.C. farming and mercantile family, including correspondence, legal papers, financial records, account books, ledgers, a map, cost of advertisements, business cards, etc.

24.
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.

25.
Ange Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #205)

Papers (1829-1895) consisting correspondence, legal papers, promissory notes, financial records, loyalty oath, receipts for state and local tax.

26.
Destroyer Escort Commanding Officers Collection: Richard E. Warner Papers (Manuscript Collection #564-009)

Papers (1938–1993 [Bulk: 1938–1953]), of U.S. Naval Reserve officer and destroyer escort commander, including official files and service records, and a History of USS SC-631; postwar correspondence relating to the Destroyer Escort Commanders Organization (DECO); a History of the USS Kendall C. Campbell (DE-443), by Cdr. Richard E. Warner; a scrapbook, compiled by Cdr. Warner's father, entitled ...

27.
Barbour Boat Works, Inc. Records (Manuscript Collection #758)

Correspondence, contracts, ship plan drawings, manuals, photographs, brochures, and other files pertaining to the construction, repair, and marketing of vessels, both military and civilian.

28.
Elmore Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #262)

Papers (1821-2000) consisting of correspondence, receipts, promissory notes, summons, chattel mortgages, pictures, Bible records, advertisements, etc., related to the Elmore family of Wayne and Lenoir Counties, North Carolina, and related families.

29.
Samuel William Watts Papers (Manuscript Collection #281)

Papers (1845-1918) of lawyer who lived in Martin County, Franklin County, and Smithfield in Brunswick County and was active in Reconstruction Era Republican politics, consisting of correspondence, receipts, vouchers, court dockets, legal papers, annual railroad pass, financial records, advertisements.

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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.