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1.
McLean-Myers Papers (Manuscript Collection #533)

Papers (1909-1961) including correspondence, clippings, a travel diary, literary manuscripts, photographs, Civil War references, invitations, telegrams, anecdotes.

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Lucile Marie Hoerr Charles Papers (Manuscript Collection #105)

Papers (1929-1987), including correspondence, articles, playscripts, and telegrams regarding the "Land of Plenty" radio broadcast series; writings on theatre in Moscow, etc.

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Hattie A. Gregory Papers (Manuscript Collection #388)

Papers (1904-1934, 1945) consisting of copies of letters, telegrams, newspaper clippings, programs, decorating house, fashion, letters, strikes by workers, exchange rates.

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Christopher S. Barker, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #512)

Papers (1971-1982) including correspondence, petitions, pamphlets, speeches, clippings, congressional voting records and post cards.

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Tapp-Jenkins Papers (Manuscript Collection #312)

Papers (1895-1956) of the Tapp-Jenkins Tobacco Warehouse, consisting of correspondence, bills, receipts, tobacco invoices, tobacco shipping papers, tobacco warehouse records, ledgers, pamphlets, publications, newspaper articles, political files and miscellaneous.

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End of the Century Book Club Papers (Manuscript Collection #150)

Papers (1899-1968) consisting of programs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes, club histories, invitation, eulogies, a scrapbook and miscellaneous items.

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Sallie Baker Everett Papers (Manuscript Collection #159)

Papers (1941-1961) consisting of correspondence, newspapers clippings, certificates and program leaflets.

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Robert Frederick Sink Papers (Manuscript Collection #255)

Papers (1908-1967, undated) pertaining to the military career and personal life of Lieutenant General Robert Frederick Sink (1905-1965), a graduate of West Point, a pioneer in the use of airborne warfare, who commanded the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the U.S. Army Airborne Corps, during World War II, 1942-1945, participating in the Allied Invasion of Normandy (1944) and the Battle of the Bulge at Bastogne, Belgium (1944-1945); ...

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Lucille MacCracken Murphy Papers (Manuscript Collection #411)

Papers (1917-1981 [Bulk: 1917-1918]) consisting of correspondence, clippings, and political writings relating to Sallie Lucille “Chic” Lewis MacCracken Murphy, including letters received from Ira Penberthy, J. Lee Lindstrom, John Chapman, Jeff Lewis, R. E. Longan, Milton S. Hinkley, Peo C, Ughetta, soldiers in the American Expeditionary Force during World War I, and her friends and family, including Edna Lindstrom, Margaut J. Hatton, Ma...

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Records of Robert Herring Wright's Tenure as President of E.C.T.T.S. and E.C.T.C. (University Archives Collection #UA02-01)

Papers and publications produced or related to the administration of Robert Herring Wright. Materials include biographical records, correspondence, speeches, clippings, administrative records, and other miscellaneous items.

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David Balcombe Papers (Manuscript Collection #1140)

Papers (1914-1988, undated) of David Balcombe, an enlisted man in the 1st Battalion, 4th Queen’s West Surrey Territorial Regiment (Reserve) in India during World War I, 1914-1917; he later served as an instrument mechanic in India and Egypt in the Royal Flying Corps, 1917-1918. Consists primarily of correspondence (1914-1919) from David Balcombe to his parents in South Norwood, Surrey, England, plus clippings, ephemera, and photographs ...

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Marietta Manufacturing Company Records (Manuscript Collection #742)

Records (1899-2006, undated) of Pt. Pleasant, West Virginia shipbuilding company, including engineering drawings, blueprints, photographs, and negatives, correspondence, contracts, reports, personnel files. Production files, etc.

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Barkentine Olive Thurlow Purser's Log (Manuscript Collection #1220)

This collection contains a logbook (1891-1929) kept by William Hadlock Gooding (b. June 1, 1856, d. September 7, 1936), the purser for the barkentine Olive Thurlow. During this time, Olive Thurlow, which operated out of Philadelphia, travelled to New York, Boston, Savannah, Washington, Port Royal, Barbadoes, Buenos Aires, and Montevideo. Other entries in the logbook refer to the settling of accounts in ...

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Karl Busbee Pace Papers (Manuscript Collection #273)

Papers (1923-[1954-1971]) of physician, 1916-1954, who served in the U. S. Army Medical Corps during World War I, consisting of newspaper clippings, correspondence, biographical notes, photographs, miscellany and scrapbook.