Minnie B. Parker Collection, 1839-1976

(Manuscript Collection #89)

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  • Box 1
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    • Folder a
      Correspondence, receipts, and legal papers related to Nash and Franklin counties, NC, and to Bellmont, Alabama; Civil War correspondence and Point Lookout, MD, certificate of release for prisoner of war, and oath of allegiance to U.S. (1839-1929, undated).
    • Folder b  (1 item digitized)
      Scrapbook tracing the activities of Miss Minnie B. Parker as a nurse for the American Expeditionary Force in France, during World War I (1918-1920).

This page is only for requesting materials that you wish to view in person in the Reading Room at Joyner Library. It does not permit you to view the materials online or to request their photoduplication. If you would like to request materials for photoduplication, please visit our Copying and Permissions page.

Use the checkboxes below to request materials for use in the reading room.

Below is material taken from a preliminary inventory and represents content from the collection that is unprocessed.

  • Box 2
    • Folder a
      Legal documents and estate records, 1918-1920, 1957-1976
    • Folder b
      Printed material such as school grades, American Legion membership cards and a 40 year membership certificate; and a celluloid necklace. 1892-1964, undated.
    • Folder c
      Photographs of Minnie Bell Parker. Undated.
    • Folder d
      Genealogy Reports on the Parker and Griffin families produced by The Media Research Bureau of Washington, D.C. Undated.
Oversize Folder os1
Nurses' Board of Examiners for the State of Virginia Certificate (1904) for Minnie Parker; 1839 land indenture between Burnet (?) Lewis of Franklin Co., N.C., and Geo. R. Bell and William Frazier of Nash Co., N.C.

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