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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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U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Lenox Fay Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-074)

Scrapbook pages, photographs, clippings, programs, and miscellany.(undated)

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Roy S. Fisk Papers (Manuscript Collection #1209)

Collection (1911-1956, bulk 1918-1919) consists of material related to Roy S. Fisk who served as an Army cook with Co. C, 131st Engineers, AEF, stationed in Le Mans, France, during the latter half of World War I. Included are correspondence, papers related to Fisk’s military career, war-related publications, French guide books and souvenir photo albums from places he visited in France, a postcard book from the USS Kaise...

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George B. Singletary Chapter U.D.C. Papers (Manuscript Collection #108)

Papers (1920-1953) including correspondence, membership lists, financial records, meetings, essay, newspapers, magazines, clippings, scrapbook, reports, Lee Jackson Day celebration, etc.

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Albert and Hilda Biller Collection (Manuscript Collection #1114)

Collection (1936-1985, undated) of programs (the majority published by Playbill), librettos and souvenir pamphlets documenting plays, theatrical dance and musical productions performed in New York City and Stockholm. The publications are printed in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish languages.

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David E. Perkins Papers (Manuscript Collection #376)

Papers (1940-1977, undated) including correspondence, newspaper clippings, booklets, reports, pamphlets, programs, commissions, regulations, movie film and miscellaneous.

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George A. Holderness, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #672)

Papers (1923-1986) including correspondence, orders, reports, newsletters, photographs, news clippings, scrapbooks, programs and miscellany.

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Carroll H. Leggett Collection (Manuscript Collection #856)

Collection (1950 - 2011), including correspondence, photographic prints, ephemera, subject files and published materials, relating to Democratic Party politics in North Carolina and Washington, DC, especially the donor's activities as administrative assistant to Robert B. Morgan, who was Attorney General of North Carolina and U. S. Senator, 1970-1980.

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Eleanor Gaillard Simons Flowers Papers (Manuscript Collection #1053)

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C. J. [Chestley J.] Hyatt Papers (Manuscript Collection #974)

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Tabitha Marie DeVisconti Papers (Manuscript Collection #480)

Papers (1705-1983, undated) including correspondence, diaries, genealogical records, legal and financial records, club records, photographs, clippings, surveys, and miscellaneous.

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U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Collection: Miscellaneous Papers (Manuscript Collection #677-058)

Collection (1862-1994) containing correspondence, service records, photographic prints, newspapers, newsletters and clippings, scrapbook, publications, pamphlets and other miscellaneous papers relating to the American Civil War, the Spanish American War, World War I and World War II; also relating to the U.S. Navy, its ships, stations, and personnel; donated by various individuals to the U. S. Naval Memorial Foundation and transferred t...

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Vertical File Collection (Manuscript Collection #936)

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Records of Leo Warren Jenkins' Tenure as President and Chancellor, 1960-1978 (University Archives Collection #UA02-06)

Collection covers the administrative term of Leo W. Jenkins as chief executive of East Carolina University. Speeches, correspondence, and publications include East Carolina gaining University status, the foundation of a medical school, the transition of athletics into Division I, and the growth of the campus.

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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...