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This is a collection guide. It is a description of archival material held in the Special Collections Division,
J.Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University. The materials described here are physically available in our
reading room. None of the original documents in this collection are digitally available online at this time.
Quarterly newsletters from the Eastern Area Health Education Center, which is part of the North Carolina AHEC Program.
Papers (1921-1979) consisting of correspondence, newsletters, diaries, mission reports, travel narratives, etc.
Minutes, programs, correspondence, reprints, reports, and miscellaneous records (1902-2016) documenting the North Carolina Academy of Science.
Papers (ca. 1956) including correspondence, genealogical notes, newsletters, biographical sketch of Reverend Stubbins, his obituary and leaflets on Hillsborough. 1885-1967.
Papers (1948-1957) consisting of newsletters, financial problems and miscellaneous.
Collection contains meeting minutes, trip reports, correspondence, and publications.
The East Carolina Alumni Association is the constituency of former students whose continuing interest and support have helped ECU become known as one of the finest comprehensive universities in the South. This file contains administrative records, mailing lists, newsletters, and documents concerning various alumni supported events.
This collection contains annual reports, meeting minutes, doctoral program proposals, faculty resumes, and publications produced by the School of Human Environmental Sciences (formerly Home Economics). Other miscellaneous correspondence related to the Department of Human Environmental Sciences is also included.
Collection contains published material regarding entertainment at East Carolina University.
Collection contains primarily newsletters related to organizations hosted within the Ledonia Wright Cultural Center.
Collection contains newsletter published by the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences at East Carolina University.
Papers (1939-1952) consisting of correspondence, orders, reports, memos, newsletters, clippings, post cards, financial records, and miscellaneous.
The ROTC programs began on campus in 1948 when the Department of Defense authorized the creation of East Carolina Detachment 600. The program trained cadets in fields that prepared them for careers in the United States Air Force. This collection includes correspondence, commissions, press releases, and publications related to the Air Force ROTC program.