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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.

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Service League of Greenville (N.C.) Records (Manuscript Collection #1243)

The Service League of Greenville (North Carolina) was established in 1938 as a non-profit organization and is a very active group dedicated to ensuring quality health care and assistance to individuals, and the Greenville community. This collection includes three scrapbooks covering the years 1938 to 1976, three disks containing information from the scrapbooks, a hard drive with digital information for the years 1976 to 2013, papers rel...

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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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John W. Warner Papers (Manuscript Collection #519)

Papers (1947-1986) including correspondence, legal papers, post cards, a 45 rpm record, script, newspaper clipping, financial records, and photographs.

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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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East Carolina University Department of Athletics (University Archives Collection #UA40-00)

The Records of the Department of Athletics are comprised of correpsondence, administrative records, emory lawsuit, computer media, a/v media, digitized media.

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Richard Norman Tetlie Collection (Manuscript Collection #934)

A collection of Lt. Richard Norman Tetlie’s military service records (1943-1946) and the official records of the USS New York’s lengthy service in the U.S. Navy (1914-1948). As an officer during World War II, Lt. Tetlie trained recruits at the Ship-to-Shore Division of the Fort Emory Detachment, Landing Craft School, Coronado, CA, in the fundamentals of the amphibious ship-to-shore maneuver. He then served as the USS ...

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Stuart Wright Collection: Andrew Nelson Lytle Papers (Manuscript Collection #1169-006)

Papers of Andrew Nelson Lytle (1934–1992, undated) documenting the life and literary career of the noted Murfreesboro, Tennessee-born, American biographer, novelist, dramatist, literary critic, educator, and editor, who became a leader and spokesman for the Southern Agrarian literary movement, including correspondence, manuscript materials, typescripts and holographs, printed materials, and loose manuscript items transferred from the St...

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Stuart Wright Collection: Richard Eberhart Papers (Manuscript Collection #1169-004)

Papers of Richard Eberhart (1885-1990 [Bulk: 1918-1989], undated) documenting the life and literary career of the Austin, Minnesota-born poet, playwright, literary critic, and educator, including correspondence, scripts, typescripts, holographs, miscellaneous materials, audio and video materials, and loose manuscript items transferred from the Stuart Wright Books Collection, proofs of published works, audio recordings, printed materials...

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Stuart Wright Collection: Irwin Shaw Papers (Manuscript Collection #1169-048)

Papers of Irwin Shaw (1970) documenting the life and literary career of the prolific New York City-born American playwright, screenwriter, short story writer and popular novelist; consisting of uncorrected spiral bound proofs of parts one and two of Rich Man, Poor Man, Shaw’s most popular novel, which became the source for the first television miniseries.

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Long Leaf Opera Company Records (Manuscript Collection #1246)

This collection consists of the records of the Long Leaf Opera Company which was founded in 1998 in Durham, N.C., by artistic director and playwright Dr. Wallace Randolph Umberger, Jr., and musical director and composer Mr. Benjamin Franklin Keaton and disbanded in 2012 due to the death of Dr. Umberger. Included are librettos and musical scores, scrapbooks, CDs, DVDs of performances, programs, photographs, promotional material, financia...

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Stuart Wright Collection: Robert Penn Warren Papers (Manuscript Collection #1169-014)

Papers of Robert Penn Warren (1885-2008 [Bulk: 1940-1989], undated) documenting the life and literary career of the noted Guthrie, Kentucky-born American poet, novelist, playwright, biographer, and educator, who played a major role in the rise of the Fugitive and Agrarian literary movements and in the spread of the New Criticism during the mid-20th century, and who became the first poet laureate of the United States, in...

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Halifax County Historical Association Papers (Manuscript Collection #115)

Papers (1961-2007) of the Halifax County Historical Association (N.C.) including correspondence of general nature concerned with group tours, bibliography sketch, financial records, membership rolls, itineraries etc. Various historical documents, photographs, ephemera and clippings relate to the history of Halifax County including Rosenwald schools and Brick School among many other topics (1816-2011). Other items (1972-2011) such as man...

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Frank A. Armstrong Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #35)

Papers (1927-1969, undated) including correspondence, memoirs, reports, flight records, flight log, speeches, etc. relating to the career of pioneer aviator and US Army Air Corps general during and after World War II.

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Loonis R. McGlohon Papers (Manuscript Collection #806)

Papers (1921-2002) musical scores, published sheet music and lyrics, biographical articles, contracts, LPs, cassettes, videotapes, reel to reel tapes, compact discs, clippings and photographs pertaining to noted North Carolinian Loonis R. McGlohon's career as a musical composer, arranger, orchestra leader and performer of jazz, popular and sacred music. Many items also relate to McGlohon's personal life such as photographs, reel to reel...