Janice Hardison Faulkner Papers, 1944-2011 (bulk 1962-1982)

Manuscript Collection #100

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Series 1 :
Politics
1
Correspondence
  • Box 1
    • Folder a
      Correspondence, 1962-1966: Correspondents include W.A. Forbes, Herbert C. Bonner, Robert B. Morgan, Terry Sanford, Robert W. Scott, B. Everett Jordan, Walter B. Jones, and Dan K. Moore. Topics discussed include the Democratic Women of Pitt County and the State Democratic Executive Committee.
    • Folder b
      Correspondence, 1967-1969: Jim Hunt announces candidacy for President of the North Carolina Young Democratic Clubs. Correspondents include Sam J. Ervin, Jr., Betty Speir, Jessie Rae Scott, Robert W. Scott, Walter B. Jones, Terry Sanford, Margaret Harper, and H. Pat Taylor, Jr. Topics include the State Democratic Executive Committee.
    • Folder c
      Correspondence, January-March 1970: Faulkner serving as Director of First Congressional District for Democratic Women of NC. Topics discussed include the Democratic Women of North Carolina and the State Democratic Executive Committee. Correspondents include Walter B. Jones, Margaret Harper, Betty McCain, Jim Hunt, Jessie Rae Scott, Leo Jenkins, and Betty Speir. Also includes invitations to the First and Second District Democratic Women's Workshops and newspaper clippings about Craven County politics.
    • Folder d
      Correspondence, April-December 1970: Faulkner serving as Director of First Congressional District for Democratic Women of NC. Correspondents include Jessie Rae Scott, Walter B. Jones, Margaret Harper, Betty McCain, and Robert W. Scott. Includes an article titled "Should North Carolina Law Be Changed So As To Permit Our Public Agencies To Negotiate Contracts With Labor Unions?"
    • Folder e
      Correspondence, 1971: Faulkner serving as Director of First Congressional District for Democratic Women of NC. Correspondents include Betty McCain, Margaret Harper, Walter B. Jones, Betty Speir, Jim Hunt, and Nick Galifianakis. Topics include the State Democratic Executive Committee and North Carolina Young Democratic Clubs. Includes the Official Report on The Second Annual Workshop of the North Carolina Democrat Women's Clubs, First Congressional District.
    • Folder f
      Correspondence, 1972: Faulkner serving as Director of First Congressional District for Democratic Women of NC. Correspondents include Bob Scott, Margaret Harper, B. Everett Jordan, Walter B. Jones, Betty McCain, Nick Galifianakis, Terry Sanford, and Jessie Rae Scott. Topics include NC Women's Political Caucus.
    • Folder g
      Correspondence, 1973-1979: Correspondents include Walter Mondale, Henry Hall Wilson, Terry Sanford, Betty McCain, Jim Hunt, Betty Speir, and Robert Scott. Topics include Jim Hunt's campaign for governor and Jimmy Carter's presidential campaign.
    • Folder h
      Correspondence, 1980-1982, undated: Faulkner serving as executive director of the North Carolina Democratic Party. Correspondents include John Glenn, Walter Mondale, Jim Hunt, Betty McCain, Betty Speir, and Ike Andrews. Topics include Jim Hunt's campaign for governor.
2
Printed Material
  • Box 2
    • Folder a
      Printed Material, 1965-1969: Includes publicity handbooks, newspaper clippings, and press releases, as well as the "NC Association of Teen Dem Clubs Handbook".
    • Folder b
      Printed Material, 1970: Includes newspaper clippings and press releases, as well as the Plan of Organization for the Democratic Party of NC. Also includes planning material for Democratic Women of NC First Congressional District's Workshop in Politics and for the first First District convention held under the new party plan of organization.
    • Folder c
      Printed Material, 1971-1972: Includes newspaper clippings and press releases. Includes papers covering the beginnings of the First District Democratic Women's Clubs and statewide club activities and the beginnings of the Pitt County Women's Political Caucus and the NC Caucus. Also includes the Official Report on the Second Annual Workshop of the NC Democrat Women's Club First Congressional District.
    • Folder d
      Printed Material, 1973-1982, 1996, undated: Includes newspaper clippings, confidential reports to the Citizens Committee to Nominate Terry Sanford, list of NC votes by county (1976), and papers by Faulkner as Executive Director of NC Democratic Party.
3
Richardson Preyer campaign
  • Box 2
    • Folder e
      Correspondence, 1963-1966: Faulkner serving as chairman of Pitt County Women for Preyer. Topics discussed include planning a visit of Emily Preyer to Pitt County and a District Rally for Women in Greenville.
    • Folder f
      Printed Material, 1964, undated: Includes newspapers clippings, press releases, and publicity materials. Also includes member listings and committee organization for Pitt County Women for Preyer.
4
Jim Hunt campaign
  • Box 2
    • Folder g
      Correspondence, 1971-1973: Topics discussed include campaign publicity, precinct meetings, and opponents' campaigns.
    • Folder h
      Printed Material, 1971-1972, undated: Includes newspapers clippings, press releases, publicity materials, and campaign schedules.
5
George McGovern campaign
  • Box 2
    • Folder i
      Correspondence, 1971-1972: Faulkner serving as committee member and publicity chairman of the McGovern Committee in Pitt County.
    • Folder j
      Printed Material, 1972: Includes a speech given at the Democratic Rally in Williamston, NC, a breakdown of the organization of the McGovern Committee in Pitt County, and lists of eastern NC radio stations and newspapers.
Series 2 :
Professional
1
Correspondence
  • Box 3
    • Folder a
      Correspondence, 1962-1963: Topics discussed include the Liggett & Myers Wrapper Campaign for the athletic stadium fund and Emma Hooper's work on a history of ECU.
    • Folder b
      Correspondence, 1964-1966: Topics discussed include the American Alumni Council's General Conference in Denver (1964), planning the 1964 ECU Homecoming, Emma Hooper's work on a history of ECU, and Faulkner's leaving the Alumni Office to rejoin the English Department.
    • Folder c
      Correspondence, 1967-1971: Correspondents include Betty Speir, Leo Jenkins, Cynthia Mendenhall, Rudolph Alexander, Howard Lee, and Robert Scott.Topics discussed include Faulkner's publication of Grammar and the Language Arts, George McGovern's visit to ECU, and student voting rights .
    • Folder d
      Correspondence, 1972: Topics discussed include ECU's conference-workshop in Language Arts in the High School and publication of Grammar and the Language Arts.
    • Folder e
      Correspondence, 1973-1975: Correspondents include Leo Jenkins and various educators from ECU and other NC universities. Topics discussed include publication of Grammar and the Language Arts, publication of the article "A Perspective for Teachers", and various English conferences attended or hosted by Faulkner.
    • Folder f
      Correspondence, 1976-1977: Correspondents include Leo Jenkins and various educators from ECU and other NC universities. Topics discussed include Faulkner's promotion to associate professor, the NC Humanities Committee conferences, and Faulkner's folklore classes.
    • Folder g
      Correspondence, 1978-1979: Topics discussed include NC Humanities conferences and other educational conferences attended or hosted by Faulkner.
    • Folder h
      Correspondence, 1980-1982, undated: Correspondents include Robert Morgan, Walter Jones, Jesse Helms, and Thomas Brewer and other educators. Topics discussed include NC Humanities Committee conferences and recommendation letters for past students.
2
Printed Material
  • Box 4
    • Folder a
      Printed Material, 1962-1972: Materials include newspaper clippings, press releases, and conference programs. Also includes a record of George McGovern's visit to ECU and of ECU’s relations with the Board of Elections.
    • Folder b
      Printed Material, 1975: Materials includes newspaper clippings and press releases. Topics include the publication of Grammar and the Language Arts and a conference on "Reading Instruction in Secondary Schools" for Pamlico County educators.
    • Folder c
      Printed Material, 1976: Contains papers from the conference on Human Values and Public Policy.
    • Folder d
      Printed Material, 1976-1981, undated: Materials include newspaper clippings, press releases, and conference programs, as well as planning material for a NC Humanities Committee conference.
    • Folder e
      Printed Material, undated: Contains drafts of papers for the Tar Heel journal.
3
Intercollegiate Athletics Task Force
  • Box 4
    • Folder f
      Correspondence, 1979-1980: Faulkner serving as chairperson of the task force. Correspondents include ECU faculty and staff. Topics discussed include meetings and the responsibilities of the task force.
    • Folder g
      Printed Material, 1980, undated: Materials include listings of the members of and questions answered by the task force.
    • Folder h
      Printed Material, 1980: Contains the final report of the task force.
Series 3 :
Personal
1
Correspondence
  • Box 5
    • Folder a
      Correspondence, 1952: Contains a series of 56 letters sent in a bundle from a U.S. soldier stationed in Germany.
    • Folder b
      Correspondence, 1962-1964: Topics discussed include ECU football, the NC State Ballet Company, and the NC Recreation Commission Advisory Committee. Correspondents include former ECU football players Glenn Bass and Vince Eiduke, as well as Edgar Eck from Notre Dame.
    • Folder c
      Correspondence, 1965-1969: Topics discussed include the NC State Ballet Company and ECU's drive for university status. Also included are letters complimenting Faulkner's speech at the funeral of Mary Greene, former ECU English professor.
    • Folder d
      Correspondence, 1970-1973: Topics discussed include the Roanoke Island Historical Association and Faulkner's interest in serving as executive secretary of the NC Democratic Party. Correspondents include Robert Morgan, Robert Scott, Walter Jones, and Glenn Bass. Also included is a series of letters concerning fraudulent testimony given to the NC State Bureau of Investigation about Faulkner and other ECU faculty.
    • Folder d
      Correspondence, 1996, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011: Contains cards to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Griffon, former principal of Faulkner's grade and high school.
    • Folder e
      Correspondence, 1974-1982, undated: Includes a wedding invitation to the marriage of Walter and Janice Faulkner and RSVPs from Leo Jenkins, Jim Hunt, and Terry Sanford. Correspondents also include Betty McCain. Topics discussed include recommendations letters for Faulkner, her application for executive secretary of the NC Association of Educators, and her nomination for the 1982 ECU Outstanding Alumni Award.
2
Printed Material
  • Box 5
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    • Folder g  (1 item digitized)
      Printed Material, 1944, 1950, 1964-1967, 1985, undated: Materials included are Faulkner's 6th grade SAT scores, papers relating to the NC State Ballet Company, and Christmas cards from Jim Hunt and Richardson Preyer.
    • Folder h
      Photographs, undated: Contains a young headshot of Faulkner and a photo of Faulkner working with four unidentified women.
Series 4 :
Oversize Material
Oversize Folder os1
Materials included are a Democratic Women of NC 7th annual convention program (1967); a Democratic Women of NC 10th annual convention program (1970); a broadside for the Jim Hunt lieutenant governor campaign (1972); a broadside for the Terry Sanford presidential campaign (1975); a map of Richardson Preyer's tour of Pitt County (1964); and a copy of Robersonville, NC's The Weekly Herald (Oct 8, 1986).

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