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1.
Centennial Oral Histories (University Archives Collection #UA45-05)

Interviews of graduates of East Carolina who were the first in their family to attend and graduate from college.

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Oral History Collection ( #LL02-03)

Oral history interviews conducted with people connected with the health sciences, mainly in North Carolina. They include audiocassettes, videocassettes, CDs, DVDs, and transcripts.

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Ernest McNeill Eller Papers (Manuscript Collection #618)

Personal files (undated) of U.S. Naval Officers (USNA class of 1925) and former director of Naval history, including correspondence, notes, published articles and reviews, speeches, oral interview transcripts, clippings, an account of duty in the Asiatic Squadron, dedication programs, and miscellaneous.

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Karen Baldwin Papers (University Archives Collection #UA90-27)

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Lu Ann Jones Collection (Manuscript Collection #798)

Collection (1997-1998) of History 5005 North Carolina teachers oral history project, including interview releases, student field notes and crtiques, interview transcripts and notes, correspondence, essays, and clippings concerning the lives of retired North Carolina school teachers, ca. 1900-1997.

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Dallas B. Long, Jr., Collection (Manuscript Collection #636)

Collection (1942-1988) including correspondence, oral reminiscences, logbooks, technical data, veteran's information, and newsletters, newspaper clippings.

7.
Pitt County Medical Society Records ( #LL02-33)

The collection includes correspondence, minutes, programs, lists, dues information, journal reprints and articles, newsletters, receipts, clippings, reports, and photographs. Addition of January 2017 includes programs, newsletters, photographs, books, articles, clippings, deceased members files, Country Doctor Museum and East Carolina University alliance, and transcription project of the Country Doctor Museum oral histories.

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Country Doctor Museum Administrative Records ( #CD01-01)

The collection includes correspondence, newspaper and magazine articles, minutes, lists, property documents such as deeds and plats, photographs, and audiovisuals and computer media.

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Paul J. Fontana Papers (Manuscript Collection #278)

Papers (1933-1973) of U. S. Marine Corps aviation officer (Major Gen.) who served in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, and who retired as commander of the Cherry Point, NC Marine Air Station, including correspondence, reports, war diaries, citations, certificates, and military records. See also related Oral History #30.

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Pitt County Memorial Hospital Collection ( #LL02-09)

The papers track the history and development of Pitt County Memorial Hospital and Brody School of Medicine, including scrapbooks, photographs, publications, and videos.

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William Henry Ashford, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #369)

Papers (1924-1978, undated) including correspondence, inventories, research papers, reports, press releases, speeches, orders, awards, citations, certificates, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, photographs, publications, logbooks and miscellaneous.

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U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Records (Manuscript Collection #559)

Records (1939-2013) of national and divisional offices of the U.S. Coast Guard auxiliary, including Flotilla 1301 records (1942-1945), consisting of correspondence, muster rolls, directives, minutes, services records, speeches, duty records, photographs, copies of the navigator and other publications, conference records, regulations, policy statements, training materials, histories, and scrap books. 718 boxes. 471 c.f. (c.f. rev. 8/21/2...

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James Harvey Brown Papers (Manuscript Collection #547)

Papers (1926-2003) covering the schooling and naval service of U. S. naval officer, USNA class of 1931, Captain James H. Brown, including correspondence, reports, publications, clippings, and photographs. Extensive material pertains to his service during World War II aboard the USS SHAW (1940-1942), USS ABNER READ (1942-1944), and the USS AMMEN (1944-1945), as well as his service before and after World War II.