Elias Carr Papers, 1805-1968 (bulk 1860-1916)

Manuscript Collection #160

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Series 1 :
Correspondence
  • Box 2
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    Correspondence, including National Farmers' Alliance Communication, and Receipts for Cotton and Goods
    • Folder a
      Correspondence and Receipts: including the New York Cotton Exchange Market Report [Nov. 15, 19, 29] (January, 1873-December, 1874). 47 items. 85 p.
    • Folder b
      Correspondence: including newspaper article "To Keep Flies and Bugs from Bacon" [author and source unknown] (January-November, 1875). 31 items. 58 p.
    • Folder c
      Correspondence (August, 1876-December, 1879). 32 items. 59 p.
    • Folder d
      Correspondence (January, 1880-April, 1883). 30 items. 37 p.
    • Folder e  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence: including Price List for Crook, Horner & Co. Gas, Water, Steam and Plumbing Materials and signatures of Charles Manly Busbee and Walter Clark [2] (January, 1884-December, 1887). 38 items. 84 p.
    • Folder f  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence and Receipts: including National Farmers' Alliance and Co-operative Union of America Communication and Reports of Union, Vance, and Alamance County Alliances, and signatures of Kemp Plummer Battle [2], Herbert Bemerton Battle, and L. L. Polk [2] (January-December, 1888). 27 items. 40 p.
    • Folder g  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence: including National Farmers' Alliance and Co-operative Union of America Communication, and signatures of William Alexander Graham [2], S. B. Alexander, L. L. Polk [2], Marion Butler, and W. J. Peele (January, 1889). 19 items. 34 p.
    • Folder h  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence and Receipts: including National Farmers' Alliance and Co-operative Union of America Communication, Progressive Farmer Circular [article] Proclamation. Call for an Important Meeting, and signatures of S. B. Alexander [3], L. L. Polk, Herbert Bemerton Battle, William Henry Whitehead [2], William Alexander Graham [2], Charles William Macune, and George W. Sanderlin (February-July, 1889). 49 items. 68 p.
    • Folder i  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence: including National Farmers' Alliance and Co-operative Union of America Communication, and signatures of S. B. Alexander [7], Josephus Daniels, W. H. Worth [3], and L. L. Polk [7], (August-September, 1889). 79 items. 95 p.
    • Folder j  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence: including National Farmers' Alliance Communication, and signatures of L. L. Polk [4], S. B. Alexander, Thomas H. Battle[2], and Thomas J. Jarvis (October-November, 1889). 103 items. 126 p.
    • Folder k  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence: including National Farmers' Alliance Communication, and signatures of L. L. Polk, C. W. Macune, S. B. Alexander, W. A. Graham, and Thomas H. Battle (December, 1889). 62 items. 84 p.
  • Box 4
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    Correspondence, including National Farmers' Alliance Communication
    • Folder a
      Correspondence: including advertisement for Keagle & Guider's Oyster Shell Lime, N.C. Agricultural Station Brochure and Information, and signatures of H. B. Battle, E. C. Beddingfield [2], S. M. Finger, and W. A. Graham (October, 1890). 61 items. 80 p.
    • Folder b  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Letter concerning role and purpose of the Bureau of the American Republics, and signatures of A. B. Andrews [3], W. H. Worth [2], E. C. Beddingfield [3], T. J. Jarvis, H. B. Battle, T. H. Battle, and S. B. Alexander (November, 1890). 59 items. 82 p.
    • Folder c  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Newspaper articles concerning the Farmer's Alliance and political influence by Dr. R. L. Beal, and G. Wilcox [sources unknown], including signatures of Z. B. Vance [2], H. B. Battle [2], T. H. Battle, L. L. Polk [2], W. H. Worth, and E. C. Beddingfield (December, 1890). 57 items. 80 p.
    • Folder d  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including scientific explanation of intelligent design [author and date unknown], including signatures of S. B. Alexander, and Harry Skinner (1890). 17 items. 19 p.
    • Folder e  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including record of [immediate, 1891] Carr family, Last Will and Testament [copy, 1773] of Robert Carr, Scott & Co. Corrugated Steel Roofing Advertisement, Penn Iron Roofing and Corrugating Co. Advertisement and Receipt, and signatures of L. L. Polk [3], W. H. Worth [3], S. B. Alexander [2], E. C. Beddingfield [2], C. W. Macune, J. A. Holmes, T. J. Jarvis, and R. H. Speight (January, 1891). 61 items. 102 p.
    • Folder f  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, and signatures of C. W. Macune, S. B. Alexander [4], R. H. Speight, A. B. Andrews, and L. L. Polk (February, 1891). 38 items. 51 p.
    • Folder g  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including W. G. Hyndman & Co. Iron and Steel Roofing [catalogue], and signatures of L. L. Polk [3], W. A. Graham, R. H. Speight, J. A. Holmes, S. B. Alexander [2], Jacob Battle [3], W. H. Worth, (March, 1891). 70 items. 108 p.
    • Folder h  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Protest and Resolution Against the World's Columbian Commission by the Board of Lady Managers, Scott & Co. Corrugated Steel Roofing Advertisement, St. Louis The Republic [newspaper] article concerning the Ocala Convention, Map of West Lynchburg by the Lynchburg Land Company, and signatures of L. L. Polk [2], W. H. Worth, and S. B. Alexander (April, 1891). 55 items. 82 p.
    • Folder i  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Board of Lady Managers preparation for World's Fair, Knights of Labor dispatch concerning boycott of Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association, and signatures of W. A. Graham, T. H. Battle, T. J. Jarvis, L. L. Polk, S. B. Alexander, (May, 1891). 47 items. 77 p.
    • Folder j  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including railroad concerns of the Farmers' Alliance by President of New York State Farmers' Alliance John Livingston, Alliance Aid Association [pamphlet] (1891), Article concerning Dr. C. W. Macune by J. H. McDowell, and signatures of L. L. Polk [2], and S. B. Alexander [2] (June, 1891). 40 items. 59 p.
  • Box 5
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    Correspondence, including National Farmers' Alliance Communication and Governor Election Congratulations.
    • Folder a  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including National Alliance Educational Campaign article [author and source unknown], Supplement to The State [weekly journal] Vol. I No. 43, and signatures of J. A. Holmes and D. H. Hill (July, 1891). 48 items. 61 p.
    • Folder b  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Address and Concerns of the World's Fair by Frances Dickinson, M. D., Isabella Beecher Hooker, and Eva Douglas Wise of The Board of Lady Managers, and signatures of Gov. Thomas M. Holt, H. B. Battle, J. B. Gordon [2], Harry Skinner, T. R. Jernigan, and S. B. Alexander (August, 1891). 25 items. 74 p.
    • Folder c  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Notification of Memorial Proposal for the World's Columbian Exposition by the Board of Lady Managers, and signatures of Thomas H. Battle, Harry Skinner, A. B. Andrews, and L. L. Polk; Oversized Governor Appointment Certificate removed to OS #160.72 (September, 1891). 35 items. 58 p.
    • Folder d  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including insurance policy for Elias Carr, Jr. from The American Accident Company [signed, 1890], and typed signature of W. H. Worth (May-December 1891). 19 items. 30 p.
    • Folder e
      Correspondence, and signatures of Paul B. Means, R. H. Lewis, T. H. Battle [4], W. A. Graham, A. B. Andrews and L. L. Polk; Correspondence (March 19, 1892) from Addition 3 [10-4-1983] (January-March, 1892). 31 items. 41 p.
    • Folder f  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Second National Silver Convention notification by A. J. Warner, and signatures of L. L. Polk [3], R. H. Lewis, John C. Scarborough, and A. Leazar (April, 1892). 15 items. 26 p.
    • Folder g  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including North Carolina Teachers Assembly Circular No. 1, and signatures of S. B. Alexander, A. B. Andrews, James A. Bryan, A. C. Avery, W. A. B. Branch, R. H. Lewis, Josephus Daniels, B. F. Grady, and C. R. Thomas (May, 1892). 53 items. 74 p.
    • Folder h  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including article concerning a speech by Francis G. Newlands [source and author unknown], and signatures of R. H. Battle, J. E. Shepherd, Kemp P. Battle, T. R. Jernigan, W. G. Lewis, J. H. Pou [2], John S. Henderson, J. T. Morehead, Paul B. Means, John H. Small, A. Leazar, C. M. Stedman, W. R. Cox, George W. Sanderlin [2], J. A. Holmes, and J. W. Wilson [3] (May, 1892). 67 items. 111 p.
    • Folder i  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including article "More Silver Talk" [source and author unknown], Charges against Chief Shell Fish Commissioner and Associate Comissioner of Shell Fish addressed to Governor Thomas Holt by F. Winslow and M. Makely [copy and original], and signatures of Marion Butler, J. H. Pou, R. H. Battle, T. R. Jernigan, A. Leazar, John M. Galloway, John C. Scarborough, R. A. Doughton[2], J. W. Wilson, George W. Sanderlin, Donnell Gilliam, S. A. Ashe, W. A. Graham, John D. Whitford, (June, 1892). 51 items. 104 p.
    • Folder j  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Answer to Charges against Chief Shell Fish Commissioner and Associate Comissioner of Shell Fish submitted by F. Winslow and M. Makely by J. S. Mann, and signatures of S. B. Alexander, Marion Butler [2], E. C. Beddingfield, John D. Whitford, W. R. Kenan, John D. Whitford, J. L. Bridgers, A. Leazar, W. A. Dunn, R. H. Lewis, and S. Westray Battle; Correspondence (October 17, 19, November 9, 1892) from Addition 3 [10-4-1983] (July-December, 1892). 36 items. 68 p.
    • Folder k  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, and signatures of Donnell Gilliam, Z. B. Vance, Martin H. Holt, F. S. Spruill, S. M. Tate and T. J. Jarvis; Correspondence (undated, January 20, 30, March 11, 13, 20, 23, and April 11, 1893) from Addition 3 [10-4-1983] (January-April, 1893). 39 items. 62 p.
  • Box 6
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    Correspondence, including Governmental Concerns, Populist and Railroad Issues, and Requests and Suggestions for Position Appointments
    • Folder a  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Essay "The Negro South, As He Was & As He Is" by J. H. Williams, and signatures of F. S. Spruill, T. F. Kluttz, F. I. Osborne, J. W. Wilson, Lee S. Overman; Correspondence (July 15, 189_) from Addition 3 [10-4-1983] (May-July, 1893). 22 items. 49 p.
    • Folder b  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Pamphlet for the Preservation of the Site of the Lost Colony, and signatures of L. C. Latham, Theo F. Davidson, and W. G. Lewis; Correspondence (October 4, 7, 1893) from Addition 3 [10-4-1983] (August-October, 1893). 24 items. 57 p.
    • Folder c  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Wilmington, N.C. The Morning Star article "Crowding The Farmer" by William H. Bernard, and signatures by Sally S. Cotten, T. J. Jarvis, James Sprunt, and J. W. Wilson (November-December, 1893). 28 items. 46 p.
    • Folder d  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including "Essays on the Uses and Cultivation of the Ramie Plant" by E. M. Tyron, "Suggestion for A Centennial Exposition for Tennessee to be Held in 1896" by The American [newspaper], and signatures of Helen Keller and John D. Whitford; Correspondence (January 25, 1894) from Addition 3 [10-4-1983] (January, 1894). 31 items. 86 p.
    • Folder e  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, and signature of T. J. Jarvis [2] (February, 1894). 20 items. 36 p.
    • Folder f  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Sons of the Revolution General Society Programme and Delegate List, and signatures of T. J. Jarvis [2], Z. B. Vance, F. I. Osbourne [2], John C. Scarborough, W. H. Bower, and F. M. Simmons (March-April, 1894). 36 items. 79 p.
    • Folder g  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including E. M. Uzzell published Advertisement for the Atlantic Hotel, and signatures of T. J. Jarvis [3], John D. Whitford, Sally S. Cotten, Jacob Battle, Bennehan Cameron, T. R. Jernigan, (May, 1894). 25 items. 57 p.
    • Folder h  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Georgetown S.C. Paper Account [copy] of the Great Storm of 1822, Racial Parodies [undated] "A Case of Bigamy", "A Darky from Waccamaw Gives His Experience at Roller Skating", "Samson and Goliah", and "Matrimonial Infelicity", article "The Avarice That Kills" [source and author unknown] (June 22, 1894), Racial Parody article "Waking the Colonel", Letter of Advice on Marriage by Benjamin Franklin [copy] (June 25, 1745), and signatures of W. A. Graham, John D. Whitford, and T. J. Jarvis [2] (June, 1894). 15 items. 59 p.
    • Folder i  (14 items digitized)
    • Folder j  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Democratic Interest Pro-Silver Pamphlets by William H. Oliver, The Statesman [newspaper] article "Concerning a Salutary Penalty for the Crime of Rape" by Josiah W. Leeds, and signatures of T. J. Jarvis, Thomas H. Battle [3], and Donnell Gilliam (August-September, 1894). 20 items. 49 p.
    • Folder k  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including articles "The Ownership of Railroads" and "Silver and the Farmers" [authors and sources unknown], and signatures of T. J. Jarvis, W. G. Lewis, and C. R. Thomas (October, 1894). 19 items. 40 p.
  • Box 8
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    Correspondence, including Governmental Concerns, Populist and Railroad Issues, and Requests and Suggestions for Position Appointments
    • Folder a  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including correspondence pertaining to the Polk Miller Recital tour of North Carolina for the Vance Monument Benefit (March, 1896). 37 items. 63 p.
    • Folder b  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including correspondence pertaining to the Polk Miller Recital tour of North Carolina for the Vance Monument Benefit, Program for Polk Miller's Recital in Laurinburg, NC, article "The Railroad Mystery" [author and source unknown], and signatures of W. T. Dortch, James A. Bryan, and T. F. Kluttz (March, 1896). 43 items. 72 p.
    • Folder c  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including correspondence pertaining to the Polk Miller Recital tour of North Carolina for the Vance Monument Benefit, and signatures of W. T. Dortch, Walter Clark, and Charles D. McIver (March, 1896). 38 items. 63 p.
    • Folder d  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including correspondence pertaining to the Polk Miller Recital tour of North Carolina for the Vance Monument Benefit, Circular for Orator and Humorist John Roach Straton, Circular and Promotional Picture of Lecturer Judge F. R. Farrar, and signatures of T. J. Jarvis [2] and W. T. Dortch (April, 1896). 25 items. 45 p.
    • Folder e  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including tearsheets [2] regarding Peace College Absence and Expenses policy, Sound Currency [magazine] Vol. 111 No. 10 published by the Sound Currency Committee of the Reform Club, and signatures of T. J. Jarvis [2], W. T. Dortch, and R. H. Lewis (May, 1896). 21 items. 46 p.
    • Folder f  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including Programme of the Sixth Annual Reunion of United Confederate Veterans, and signatures of W. T. Dortch [4], T. J. Jarvis, and S. B. Alexander; Correspondence (July 21, 1896) from Addition 3 [10-4-1983]. 39 items. 59 p.
    • Folder g  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, and signature of W. A. Graham (August-September, 1896). 21 items. 36 p.
    • Folder h  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including article "Bryan Might Easily Have Won" [article and source unknown], Washington Post article "Competition With Japanese" [from Portland Oregonian, author unknown], and signatures of T. J. Jarvis and T. H. Battle (October, 1896). 34 items. 54 p.
    • Folder i  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, and signatures of W. R. Allen [2] and John D. Whitford [2] (December, 1896). 15 items. 47 p.
    • Folder j  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence and signatures of F. S. Spruill [2], J. Blount Cheshire, Jr., James W. Wilson [2]; Correspondence (February 19, 26, March 3, 1897) from Addition 3 [10-4-1983] (January-March, 1897). 34 items. 51 p.
    • Folder k  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, and signatures of A. B. Andrews [2], James W. Wilson, Kemp P. Battle, Fabius H. Busbee, and T. J. Jarvis; Correspondence (June 24, 1897) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983] (April-December, 1897). 28 items. 33 p.
    • Folder l  (28 items digitized)
    • Folder m  (1 item digitized)
      Correspondence, including "Just the Plain Facts" [pamphlet] concerning the H. V. Keep Shirt Co., and signatures of A. B. Andrews, T. H. Battle, J. W. Wilson, and Bennehan Cameron; Correspondence (September 13, 19, October, 10, 1898) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983] (June-December, 1898). 41 items. 61 p.
Series 2 :
Photographs
Series 3 :
Carr Family Diaries and Record Books
  • Box 10
    Catalogue of Bracebridge Library, Records Book, Diaries, and Letter Press Book
    • Folder a
      Catalogue of Bracebridge Hall, Library from Addition 2 [1/31/1983] (1875-1888). 1 item. 98 p.
    • Folder b
      Records Book, includes Political Musings, article pertaining to "Trials of Misdemeanors" and significant dates for Battle and related families from Addition 2 [1/31/1983] (1893-1895). 1 item. 101 p.
    • Folder c
      Diary, [with Postage Values, Principle Cities of the US Information, Values of Foreign Coins, and Astral Activities] Entries Jan. 1 to Jan. 15 (1910). 1 item 106 p.
    • Folder d
      Diary of Eleanor Carr [photocopy] from Addition 2 [1/31/1983] (January, 1872-December, 1873). 1 item. 192 p.
    • Folder e
      Private Letter Press Book of Governor Elias Carr (1893-1897). 1 item. 403 p.
Series 4 :
Speeches
  • Box 11
    Speeches and Speech Publications
    • Folder a
      Speeches, ca. 1889-1893. 8 items, 103 p.
      • Photocopy of Elias Carr's Speech Notebook [original in Restricted Folder #160.11.l] (undated);
      • Photocopy of Elias Carr Inaugural Address [original in Restricted Folder #160.11.l] (1893)
      • Graduation Speech by William Kearny Carr, includes clippings "Graduates As Farmers" from the United Press Report, "An Address to Graduates" from the Memphis Appeal, and "The Closing Excercises" from the Richmond Times (1892)
      • Speech to North Carolina Farmers' State Alliance by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Address to State Guard by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Proposal to NCFSA to abolish the positions of Assistant Lecturer and Office of Treasurer positions and to increase the President's salary by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • "Rest, Rotation and Diversification" by Elias Carr (undated)
      • "Diversified Farming vs Cotton Planting" (undated)
    • Folder b
      Speeches, ca. 1890s. 15 items, 87 p.
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Regarding Pardons (ca. 1890's)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)"Resources and Advantages of North Carolina" by Governor Elias Carr [draft] (1893)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Good Roads Speech by Elias Carr (undated)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Speech relating the Transfer of State Government from Democratic to Republican Parties by Elias Carr [not delivered] (ca. 1897)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Speech citing Problem with Agriculture and the need for Remuneration of Silver by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)"The South" [speech] by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Speech against State Banks Borrowing Money by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Speech concerning the difficulties of the Oyster Industry by Elias Carr (1890's)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)"What of the Future" [speech] by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Address on Concerns of Immigration by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Speech in Praise of the Virtues of North Carolina by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Speech over the need for Good Roads by Elias Carr (1894)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)N.C.R.R. Lease by D. F. Caldwell (ca. 1890's)
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Speech pertaining to Democratic and Populist interests [Labor, Export, and Free Silver] by Elias Carr (1894)
    • Folder c
      Speeches, ca. 1890s. 24 items, 83 p.
      • Toast to North Carolina (1893)Speech pertaining to Projection of Christian Morals, Education and Crime, and the Promotion of Republican Government [incomplete, p. 13-16, author unknown] (undated)
      • "Memorial Day Address" by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • "New Berne Fair Address" by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • "Normal and Industrial Schools" by Elias Carr (1896)
      • Opening speech for the Testimonial to the Crusier Raleigh by Elias Carr (1896)
      • "North Carolina and Her University" [Commencement Banquet speech] by Elias Carr (1895)
      • Commencement Speech by Elias Carr [institution unknown] (ca. 1890's)
      • Welcome speech for the Young Mens Association of Democratic Clubs [undelivered] by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Accounts of Repeals and Bills for the Public Good, includes "The Silver Problem. Some Questions and Replies", published by The Church News Publishing Co., Washinton, D. C. 1898 (1894)
      • Speech for the Concord Fair and N. C. Agricultural Fair by Elias Carr (1893, 1895)
      • Holt Monument Dedication Speech by Elias Carr [Guilford Battle Ground] (1893)
      • Democratic Procession Speech by Elias Carr [undelivered] (1892)
      • Unveiling of Vance Portrait speech by Elias Carr [undelivered] (ca. 1890's)
      • Tribute to Jonas Johnston [author unknown] (undated)
      • History of the N. C. Institute for the Deaf, Dumb, and Blind [1843-1892] (ca. 1890's)
      • Tribute to the Late Dr. J. C. Price by Elias Carr, includes Salisbury Herald article Rev. J. C. Price [obituary] (ca. 1890's)
      • Speech on Education [incomplete, p. 17] by Elias Carr (ca. 1890's)
      • Speech in Favor of the Silver Standard [author unknown] (ca. 1890's)
      • Speeches [Prof. Youmans on Education, author unknown; Burgess Corps; Acknowledgement of Hospitalities Extended; Pardon for Class Reasons; Pardon for Drunkenness; Leave of Absence Permission] by Elias Carr
    • Folder d
      Resources and Advantages of North Carolina by Governor Elias Carr [2 copies, includes pictures] published by Josephus Daniels and the Presses of E. M. Uzzell (1893). 2 items. 48 p.
    • Folder e
      Biennial Message of Elias Carr, Governor of North Carolina, to the General Assembly Session of 1895, published by Josephus Daniels and the Presses of E. M. Uzzell (1895). 2 items. 76 p.
    • Folder f
      Biennial Message of Elias Carr, Governor of North Carolina, to the General Assembly Session of 1897, published by M. I. & J. C. Stewart, Public Printers and Binders, Winston (1897). 2 items. 92 p.
    • Folder g
      Address Being a Review of the Cattle Industry, and Showing the Spoliation of the Cattle Pool by S. D. McCormick for the Annual Convention of the Butchers' National Protective Ass'n, published by the B.N.P.A. (1890). 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder h
      Address on the Administration of the Law by Iredell Meares, Esq., published by Jackson & Bell, Steam Job Printers, Wilmington, N.C. (1892). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder i
      Address Being a Review of the Cattle Industry, and Showing the Spoliation of the Cattle Pool by S. D. McCormick for the Annual Convention of the Butchers' National Protective Ass'n, published by the B.N.P.A. (1890). 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder j
      Biennial Message of Thomas M. Holt, Governor of North Carolina, to the General Assembly Session of 1893, published by Josephus Daniels and the Presses of Edwards & Broughton, Raleigh, N.C. (1893). 1 item. 37 p.
    • Folder k
      Inaugural Address of Governor Elias Carr, published by Josephus Daniels and the Presses of Edwards & Broughton, Raleigh, N.C. (1893). 1 item. 10 p.
    • Folder l
      *Restricted* Elias Carr Speech Notebook and Draft of Inaugural Address, see #160.11.a for photocopies (ca. 1890's) 2 items. 74 p.
Series 5 :
Financial Papers
  • Box 12
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    Financial Records, Receipts, Insurance Policies, and Shipping Records
    • Folder a  (2 items digitized)
    • Folder b
      Financial Papers, and signature of Kemp P. Battle (1876-1889); Statement of Assets and Liabilities of Rocky Mount Mills to May 20th, 1885 submitted by B. H. Bunn (1885); Financial Papers 2 items, 2 p. (1879-1882) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]; Financial Papers (March 20, 1880) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 17 items. 78 p.
    • Folder c
      Financial Papers (1890-1892); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1890-1892); Statement of J. H. Turner, Secretary N. F. A. and I. U.(1890); Form entailing Elias Carr the executor of the deceased Nat Carr's estate (1892); Home Insurance Company Policy for Governor Elias Carr [oversized, removed 2/14/2006 to folder OS #160.72] (1892); Financial Papers (1891-1892) from Addition 3 [2 items, 10/4/1983]. 87 items. 120 p.
    • Folder d
      Financial Papers (January-August, 1893); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1893); Report Finance Committee for the Atlantic & North Carolina Rail Road (1893). 58 items. 65 p.
    • Folder e
      Financial Papers (October-December, 1893); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1893). 57 items. 61 p.
    • Folder f
      Financial Papers (January-June, 1894); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1894). 93 items. 104 p.
    • Folder g
      Financial Papers (July-December, 1894); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1894). 70 items. 79 p.
    • Folder h
      Financial Papers (January-March, 1895); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1895); Financial Papers (January 23, 1895) from Addition 2 with signature of Sam M. Tate [1/31/1983]. 41 items. 43 p.
    • Folder i
      Financial Papers (April-June, 1895); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1895). 44 items. 50 p.
    • Folder j
      Financial Papers (July-September, 1895); Dental Records for Annie Bruce Carr and Eleanor Carr (1895); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1895). 42 items. 52 p.
    • Folder k
      Financial Papers (August-December, 1895); . 61 items. 71 p.
  • Box 13
    Financial Records, Receipts, Insurance Policies, and Shipping Records
    • Folder a
      Financial Papers (January-March, 1896); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1896). 55 items. 81 p.
    • Folder b
      Financial Papers (April-June, 1896); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1896); Financial Papers (June 17, 1896) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 52 items. 67 p.
    • Folder c
      Financial Papers (July-September, 1896); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1896). 35 items. 41 p.
    • Folder d
      Financial Papers, with signature of R. H. Lewis (October-December, 1896). 42 items. 48 p.
    • Folder e
      Financial Papers (1897); Receipt (October-September, 1896-1897) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]; Financial Papers, 3 items (July-November, 1897) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 42 items. 60 p.
    • Folder f
      Financial Papers (1898); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1898); Financial Papers (November 25, 1898) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 34 items. 55 p.
    • Folder g
      Financial Papers (1899); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1899); Financial Papers (March 18, 1899) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 41 items. 59 p.
    • Folder h
      Financial Papers (1900-1909); Bills and Accounts Receivable & Payable of the Rocky Mount Mills (1900); Financial Papers, 57 items, 96 p. (1902-1909) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 87 items. 121 p.
    • Folder i
      Financial Papers (1910); Financial Papers, 60 items, 89 p. (1910-1911) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 61 items. 100 p.
    • Folder j
      Financial Papers (1912) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 18 items. 97 p.
    • Folder k
      Financial Papers and Knights of King Solomon Mutual Benefit Certificate with signature of R. H. Battle (1913-1933) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 10 items. 19 p.
    • Folder l
      Financial Papers (undated); Financial Papers, 11 items, 42 p. (undated) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 87 items. 132 p.
    • Folder m
      Mortgages and Deeds (1877-1889); Lease, 1 item, 2 p. (December 2, 1939) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 27 items. 42 p.
  • Box 14
    Checkbooks and Bankbooks
    • Folder a
      Checks [large] (1889-1899). 235 items. 237 p.
    • Folder b
      Checks [small] (1888-1898). 297 items. 306 p.
    • Folder c
      Checkbook (1866-1872). 1 item. 97 p.
    • Folder d
      Checkstubs (1893). 1 item. 45 p.
    • Folder e
      Checkbook (1893-1894). 1 item. 50 p.
    • Folder f
      Checkbook (1895). 1 item. 52 p.
    • Folder g
      Checkbook (1896). 1 item. 51 p.
    • Folder h
      Checkbook (1899-1901) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 98 p.
    • Folder i
      Checkbook (1901-1902) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 69 p.
    • Folder j
      Checkbook (1902-903) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 69 p.
    • Folder k
      Checkbook (1903-1904) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 96 p.
    • Folder l
      Checkbook (1904-1905) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 103 p.
    • Folder m
      Checkbook (1905-1906) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 116 p.
    • Folder n
      Elias Carr Bankbook (1890-1891). 1 item. 8p.
    • Folder o
      Governor Elias Carr, Successor to Governor T. M. Holt, Bankbook (1891-1893) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 1 item. 13 p.
    • Folder p
      Mrs. Elias Carr Bankbook (1893). 1 item. 27 p.
    • Folder q
      Elias Carr Bankbook (1893-1896). 1 item. 31 p.
    • Folder r
      Elias Carr Bankbook (1896). 1 item. 31. p
    • Folder s
      Howell & Carr Bankbook, includes deposit slips, check, and letter indicating the need to balance the book and other financial concerns (1911-1912) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 2 items. 20 p.
Series 6 :
Farm Records
  • Box 15
    Farm Records Account Books (1866-1882)
    • Folder a
      Farm Records Account Book (1815) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder b
      Farm Records Account Book (1866-1869). 1 item. 54 p.
    • Folder c
      Farm Records Account Book (1870). 1 item. 205 p.
    • Folder d
      Farm Records Account Book (1871-1872). 1 item. 61 p.
    • Folder e
      Farm Records Account Book (1874-1883). 1 item. 180 p.
    • Folder f
      Farm Records Account Book (1877). 1 item. 52 p.
    • Folder g
      Farm Records Account Book (1878-1880). 1 item. 49 p.
    • Folder h
      Farm Records Account Book (1880). 1 item. 15 p.
    • Folder i
      Farm Records Account Book (1880-1882). 1 item. 124 p.
    • Folder j
      Farm Records Account Book (1882-1883). 1 item. 66 p.
    • Folder k
      Farm Records Account Book (1882-1885). 1 item. 63 p.
  • Box 16
    Farm Records Account Books (1883-1901)
    • Folder a
      Farm Records Account Book (1883-1885). 1 item. 180 p.
    • Folder b
      Farm Records Account Book (1883-1901). 1 item. 128 p.
    • Folder c
      Farm Records Account Book (1884-1885). 1 item. 98 p.
    • Folder d
      Farm Records Account Book (1884-1891). 1 item. 121 p.
    • Folder e
      Farm Records Account Book (1885-1886). 1 item. 101 p.
  • Box 17
    Farm Records Account Books (1886-1888)
    • Folder a
      Guardian Account Book (1886-1897). 1 item. 266 p.
    • Folder b
      Farm Records Account Book (1887-1888). 1 item. 99 p.
    • Folder c
      Farm Records Account Book (1887-1890). 1 item. 105 p.
    • Folder d
      Steam Mill Record Book (1888-1889). 1 item. 82 p.
    • Folder e
      E. C. & S. [Elias Carr & Son] Account Book (1888-1889). 1 item. 148 p.
  • Box 18
    Farm Records Account Books (1890-1893)
    • Folder a
      Farm Records Account Book (1890). 1 item. 155 p.
    • Folder b
      Farm Records Account Book (1891). 1 item. 154 p.
    • Folder c
      Farm Records Account Book (1891-1893). 1 item. 98 p.
    • Folder d
      Farm Records Account Book (1892). 1 item. 144 p.
    • Folder e
      Farm Records Account Book (1893). 1 item. 54 p.
  • Box 19
    Farm Records Account Books (1893-1894)
    • Folder a
      Farm Records Account Book (1893). 1 item. 176 p.
    • Folder b
      Farm Records Account Book (1893). 1 item. 51 p.
    • Folder c
      Farm Records Account Book (1893). 1 item. 72 p.
    • Folder d
      Farm Records Account Book (1893-1894). 1 item. 82 p.
    • Folder e
      Farm Records Account Book (1894). 1 item. 123 p.
  • Box 20
    Farm Records Account Books (1894-1896)
    • Folder a
      E. C. & S. [Elias Carr and Son] Account Book (1894-1895). 1 item. 198 p.
    • Folder b
      E. C. & S. [Elias Carr and Son] Account Book (1896-1897). 1 item. 220 p.
  • Box 21
    Farm Records Account Books (1898-1900)
    • Folder a
      E. C. & S. [Elias Carr and Son] Account Book (1898). 1 item. 161 p.
    • Folder b
      S. E. Account Book (1898-1900). 1 item. 54 p.
    • Folder c
      Farm Records Account Book (1900). 1 item. 72 p.
    • Folder d
      E. C. & S. [Elias Carr and Son] Account Book (1900-1902). 1 item. 127 p.
  • Box 22
    Farm Records Account Books (1901-1909)
    • Folder a
      Memorandum Book In Acct. with D. Lichtenafe (1901-1907) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 1 item. 62 p.
    • Folder b
      Farm Records Account Book (1903-1905). 1 item. 154 p.
    • Folder c
      Farm Records Account Book (1905-1908). 1 item. 79 p.
    • Folder d
      Farm Records Account Book (1909-1910) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 110 p.
  • Box 23
    Farm Records Account Books (1914-1916) and Time Books (1805-1810)
    • Folder a
      Account Book, includes notes, correspondence, advertisements, Raleigh News and Observer article about the marriage of Charles Lindbergh (1929), and New York Times picture of "The Red Boy" by Sir Thomas Lawrence (1930) (1914-1930) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 292 p.
    • Folder b
      Farm Records Account Book (1916) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 1 item. 65 p.
    • Folder c
      Farm Records Account Book (undated). 1 item. 53 p.
    • Folder d
      Farm Records Account Book (undated). 1 item. 60 p.
    • Folder e
      Time Book (1805-1811). 1 item. 92 p.
    • Folder f
      Time Book (1810-1815). 1 item. 96 p.
  • Box 24
    Time Books (1883-1914)
    • Folder a
      Day Book (1883). 1 item. 63 p.
    • Folder b
      Monthly Time Book (1894). 1 item. 24 p.
    • Folder c
      Wage Record Book (1895). 1 item. 19 p.
    • Folder d
      Monthly Time Book (1895). 1 item. 26 p.
    • Folder e
      Monthly Time Book (1907-1908). 1 item. 30 p.
    • Folder f
      Workman's Time Book (1908-1909) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 1 item. 50 p.
    • Folder g
      Weekly Time Book (1908-1912) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 1 item. 26 p.
    • Folder h
      Weekly Time Book (1909). 1 item. 30 p.
    • Folder i
      Time Book (1913-1914) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 37 p.
    • Folder j
      Time Book and Payroll (1914-1916). 1 item. 78 p.
  • Box 25
    Production Books (1876-ca. 1910) and Cotton Ginners Books (1883-1908)
    • Folder a
      Bracebridge Ledger (1876). 1 item. 52 p.
    • Folder b
      Cattle Book (1876-1888). 1 item. 151 p.
    • Folder c
      Bracebridge Dairy (1889). 1 item. 120 p.
    • Folder d
      Tobacco Notes (1890). 1 item. 10 p.
    • Folder e
      Dairy Book (1892-1893). 1 item. 83 p.
    • Folder f
      J. B. Carr Note Pad (ca. 1899) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 14 p.
    • Folder g
      Bracebridge Hall Property Book (ca. 1910) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 75 p.
    • Folder h
      Elias Carr Jr. Gin Book (1883). 1 item. 33 p.
    • Folder i
      Elias Carr and Son Gin House Weights (1893-1895). 1 item. 85 p.
    • Folder j
      Record of Baled Cotton (1900-1907). 1 item. 51 p.
    • Folder k
      Cotton Ginners Book (1905). 1 item. 28 p.
    • Folder l
      Cotton Ginners Book (1907). 1 item. 30 p.
    • Folder m
      Cotton Ginners Book (1908). 1 item. 29 p.
  • Box 26
    Cotton Books (ca. 1868-1916)
    • Folder a
      Cotton Book (ca. 1868). 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder b
      Cotton Book (1868). 1 item. 23 p.
    • Folder c
      Cotton Book (1869). 1 item. 14 p.
    • Folder d
      Cotton Book (1869). 1 item. 18 p.
    • Folder e
      Cotton Book (1869). 1 item. 24 p.
    • Folder f
      Cotton Book (1870). 1 item. 11 p.
    • Folder g
      Cotton Book (1871). 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder h
      Cotton Book (1872). 1 item. 6 p.
    • Folder i
      Cotton Book (1872). 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder j
      Cotton Book (1873). 1 item. 10 p.
    • Folder k
      Cotton Book (1873). 1 item. 10 p.
    • Folder l
      Cotton Book (1893). 1 item. 22 p.
    • Folder m
      Cotton Book (1894). 1 item. 22 p.
    • Folder n
      Cotton Book (1894). 1 item. 20 p.
    • Folder o
      Cotton Book for Elias Carr and Son (1899) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 1 item. 93 p.
    • Folder p
      Cotton Book (1904) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 9 p.
    • Folder q
      Cotton Book (1904) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 11 p.
    • Folder r
      Cotton Book (1904) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 11 p.
    • Folder s
      Cotton Book (1904) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 11p.
    • Folder t
      Cotton Book (1906) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 11p.
    • Folder u
      Cotton Book (1906) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 9p.
    • Folder v
      Cotton Book (1908). 1 item. 10 p.
    • Folder w
      Cotton Book (1908). 1 item. 11 p.
    • Folder x
      Cotton Book (1909). 1 item. 11 p.
    • Folder y
      Cotton Book (1909). 1 item. 11 p.
    • Folder z
      Cotton Book (1909) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 11p.
    • Folder aa
      Cotton Book (1909) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 11p.
    • Folder bb
      Cotton Book (1909) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 11p.
    • Folder cc
      Cotton Book (1914) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 6p.
    • Folder dd
      Cotton Book (1914) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 11p.
    • Folder ee
      Cotton Book (1914) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 8p.
    • Folder ff
      Cotton Book (1915) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 10p.
    • Folder gg
      Cotton Book (1916) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 8p.
Series 7 :
Subject Files
  • Box 27
    Farm Records and Agricultural Issues
    • Folder a
      General Records and Accounts (1855-1909). 128 items. 135 p.
    • Folder b
      General Records and Accounts, includes description of Bracebridge Plantation Grounds [1913, 3 copies] (1908-1913) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 11 items. 31 p.
    • Folder c
      Agricultural Issues and Agreements (1856-1916). 92 items. 165 p.
    • Folder d
      Newspaper Clippings on Agricultural Issues (1867-1894). 37 items. 49 p.
  • Box 28
    Agricultural Almanacs and Catalogues
    • Folder a
      Descriptive Catalogue of Southern and Acclimated Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Small fruits, Etc., Cultivated and for Sale at the West Green Nurseries and Gardens, printed at the "N.C. Planter" Office, Raleigh, NC (1859). 1 item. 17 p.
    • Folder b
      Ornamental Catalogue of the West-Green Nurseries, printed by J. H. Moore, High Point, NC (1860). 1 item. 14 p.
    • Folder c
      Albany Agricultural Works catalogue (1866). 1 item. 6 p.
    • Folder d
      How to Maintain the Fertility of American Farms and Plantations by Benjamin E. Sergeant, printed by Spangler & Davis, Printers, Philadelphia, PA (1866). 1 item. 47 p.
    • Folder e
      Landreth's Rural Register and Almanac, printed by McCalla & Stavely, Printers, Philadelphia, PA (1867). 2 items. 57 p.
    • Folder f
      The Farmers' Catalogue of Agricultural and Horticultural Implements and Machinery and of Garden Tools With a brief description of the best Fertilizers, published by R. H. Allen & Co., New York, NY (1868). 1 item. 133 p.
    • Folder g
      Reduced Price List of R. H. Allen and Co., published by R. H. Allen & Co., New York, NY (1868). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder h
      Landreth's Rural Register and Almanac, printed by M'Calla & Stavely, Printers, Philadelphia, PA (1869). 1 items. 31 p.
    • Folder i
      Wade & Armstrong, Amateur's Guide to the Kitchen Garden, Descriptive Catalogue of Garden Seeds and Calender for 1869, [printer unknown] (1869). 1 item. 38 p.
    • Folder j
      North Carolina Agricultural Almanac, printed by Nichols & Gorman, Job Printers, Raleigh, NC (1869). 1 item. 15 p.
    • Folder k
      North Carolina Agricultural House and Hardware Store, printed by N. S. Richardson, Book and Job Printer, New Bern, NC (1870). 1 item. 11 p.
    • Folder l
      First Annual Fair of the Cape Fear Agricultural Association, printed by Engelhaed & Price, Steam Power Press Printers, Wilmington, NC (1870). 1 item. 41 p.
    • Folder m
      Buists Almanac and Garden Manual, printed at Buist's Seed Warehouse, Philadelphia, PA (1871). 1 item. 62 p.
    • Folder n
      "Excelsior" No. 1 Peruvian Guano and Soluble Phosphates, printed at the office of the Maryland Farmer, Baltimore, MD (1871). 1 item. 10 p.
    • Folder o
      Rules and Regulations and Schedule of Premiums for the Eighteenth Annual Exposition of the North Carolina Agricultural Society, printed by John Nichols, Book and Job Printer, Raleigh, NC (1878). 1 item. 40 p.
    • Folder p
      Illustrated Catalogue and Price-List of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, printed by York Gazette [location unknown] (1881). 1 item. 107 p.
    • Folder q
      Turner's North Carolina Almanac, published by James H. Enniss, Raleigh, NC (1886). 1 item. 28 p.
    • Folder r
      The Jersey Bulletin (1887). 1 item. 6 p.
    • Folder s
      The Trotting Stallion Ulmar (1889). 1 item. 5 p.
    • Folder t
      Fewer Acres with a System of Improvement or Twenty Acres to the Horse in all Crops, Enough, printed by the Enterprise Job Office, Newton, NC (1889). 1 item. 19 p.
    • Folder u
      Effect of Cotton Seed & Cotton Seed Meal in the Dairy Ration on Gravity and Centrifugal Creaming of Milk, printed by Cox, Bryan, TX (1891). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder v
      North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 75, Fertilizer Analyses, and the Fertilizer Control, Season of 1891 [March] (1891). 1 item. 4 p.
    • Folder w
      General Information relating to the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, printed by Cox, Bryan, TX (1891). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder x
      North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 81, Feeding Cotton-Seed Hulls and Meal for the Production of Beef. [December] (1891). 1 item. 14 p.
    • Folder y
      The Evans Process for the Extraction of Oil from Flax Seed, Linseed, Cottonseed, Castor Beans, and Other Oil-Bearing Seeds, and the Treatment of Oil-Bearing Substances, printed by Hatch Printing Company, Cleveland, OH (1891). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder z
      North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 82a, Fertilizer Analyses for 1892, First Bi-Weekly Edition [February] (1892). 1 item. 5 p.
    • Folder aa
      North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin No. 83c, Fertilizer Analyses for 1892, Fourth Bi-Weekly Edition [March] (1892). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder bb
      The Bulletin of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Vol. 14, No. 4, published by the Board of Agriculture, Raleigh, NC (1894). 1 item. 6 p.
    • Folder cc
      Farms and Farm Lands Along the Seaboard Air Line Tributary to Scores of Prosperous Cities and Towns, printed by Rand, McNally & Co., Printers, Chicago, IL (1896). 1 item. 27 p.
    • Folder dd
      Eastern North Carolina as a Home for Farmers and Investors (1899). 1 item. 6 p.
    • Folder ee
      Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Works (undated). 1 item. 46 p.
  • Box 29
    Farmers' Alliance Material
    • Folder a
      Farmers' Alliance related: publications, rules, and regulations (1884-1894). 51 items. 68 p.
    • Folder b
      Farmers' Alliance Reports and articles of interest (1887-1892). 67 items. 92 p.
    • Folder c
      Farmers' Alliance Song Book (1890). 1 item. 100 p.
    • Folder d
      Farmers' Alliance pictures of Bond, Seal, Badge, and Order Form (ca. 1887). 4 items. 4 p.
    • Folder e
      N. F. A. and I. U. Ritual (1891). 1 item. 10 p.
    • Folder f
      "The Stone-Hearn Libel Suit" by S. W. Hearn (1888). 1 item. 40 p.
    • Folder g
      Constitution of the Farmers' State Alliance of North Carolina (1888). 1 item. 18 p.
    • Folder h
      An Act to incorporate the Farmers' State Alliance of North Carolina and Sub-Alliances (1889). 6 items. 24 p.
    • Folder i
      Constitution and Statutory Laws of the National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union (1890). 1 item. 10 p.
    • Folder j
      Constitution of the Farmers' State Alliance of North Carolina (1890). 1 item. 18 p.
    • Folder k
      "The Protest of the Farmer" by President L. L. Polk (1891). 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder l
      Constitution of the Farmers' State Alliance of North Carolina (1891). 1 item. 18 p.
    • Folder m
      Constitution of the Farmers' State Alliance of North Carolina (1892). 1 item. 24 p.
    • Folder n
      Report of the Sixth Annual Session of the Farmers' National Congress (1886). 1 item. 22 p.
    • Folder o
      Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the Inter-State Farmers' Association (1888). 1 item. 18 p.
    • Folder p
      Proceedings of the Third Annual Session of the North Carolina Farmers' State Alliance (1889). 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder q
      Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of the Inter-State Farmers' Association (1889). 1 item. 18 p.
    • Folder r
      Proceedings of the Annual Session of the Supreme Council of the National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union [includes Farmers' Alliance interest clippings] (1891). 3 items. 89 p.
    • Folder s
      Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Session of the North Carolina Farmers' State Alliance (1891). 3 items. 77 p.
    • Folder t
      Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Session of the State Farmers' Alliance of Virginia (1891). 1 item. 18 p.
    • Folder u
      "Some Honest Thoughts on the Alliance" by Ben Terrell (1891). 1 item. 18 p.
    • Folder v
      Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Session of the North Carolina Farmers' State Alliance (1892). 1 item. 22 p.
  • Box 30
    Farmers' Alliance Cash Book
    • Folder a
      Farmers' Alliance Cash Book, includes receipts and receipt correspondence (1890). 1 item. 263 p.
  • Box 31
    Economic Issues Related Publications
    • Folder a
      Newspaper articles dealing with Bimetallism, Tariffs, and Taxes (1890-1895). 26 items. 29 p.
    • Folder b
      Newspaper articles dealing with Bimetallism, Tariffs, Wages, and Taxes (ca. 1892). 62 items. 62 p.
    • Folder c
      Newspaper articles dealing with Bimetallism, Tariffs, Wages, and Taxes (ca. 1892). 27 items. 27 p.
    • Folder d
      Newspaper articles dealing with Bimetallism, Tariffs, Wages, and Taxes (ca. 1892). 31 items. 31 p.
    • Folder e
      Newspaper articles dealing with Bimetallism, Tariffs, Wages, and Taxes (ca. 1892). 28 items. 28 p.
    • Folder f
      Newspaper articles dealing with Bimetallism, Tariffs, Wages, and Taxes (ca. 1892). 26 items. 26 p.
    • Folder g
      Newspaper articles dealing with Bimetallism, Tariffs, Wages, and Taxes (ca. 1892). 34 items. 34 p.
    • Folder h
      "The Silver Question" [pamphlet, author unknown] (1896); "The Force Bill, The Farmer, and The Tariff" [flyer, 3 copies] by Hon. Charles F. Crisp, printed by E. M. Uzzell, Raleigh (ca. 1892); Reform Club Letter of Intent and Constitution (1889). 3 items. 7 p.
    • Folder i
      Collected Populist Party related articles and musings (1892) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 1 item. 58 p.
    • Folder j
      "The Power of Money to Oppress and The Volume of the Currency" by N. A. Dunning [publisher unknown] (ca. 1889). 1 item. 15 p.
    • Folder k
      "Tariff Primer" by D. M. Grissom, published by C. R. Barns Publishing Co., St. Louis (1892). 1 item. 28 p.
    • Folder l
      "Our Debt Abroad" by A. J. Warner, printed by Harmtan & Cadick, Printers, Washington D.C. (1895). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder m
      "A Short Financial Catechism" by W. K. Carr, published by The Church News Publishing Co., Washington D.C. (1896). 2 items. 44 p.
    • Folder n
      "Food for Thought - Questions for Wage=earners" [author and publisher unknown] (undated). 1 item. 4 p.
    • Folder o
      "After Free Coinage" by M. P. Boss, printed by The Press of Bouligny & Schmidt, Mexico (undated). 1 item. 6 p.
    • Folder p
      "'Sound Money' Its Victims and its Beneficiaries" [author and publisher unknown] (undated). 1 item. 2 p.
    • Folder q
      Tariff Reform Vol. I, No. 3, published by The Reform Club Publication Office, New York City (1888). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder r
      Tariff Reform Vol. I, First Extra, "Friendly Letters To American Farmers and Others" by J. S. Moore, published by The Reform Club Publication Office, New York City (1888). 1 item. 18 p.
    • Folder s
      Tariff Reform Vol. II, No. 3, published by The Reform Club Publication Office, New York City (1889). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder t
      Tariff Reform Vol. IV, No. 12, published by The Tariff Reform Committee of The Reform Club Publication Office, New York City (1891). 1 item. 22 p.
    • Folder u
      "The Sub-Treasury Plan and The Land and Loan System" by S. M. Scott, printed by The Hamilton Printing Company: Edwin H. Snow, State Printer, Topeka, Kansas (1891). 1 item. 53 p.
    • Folder v
      House of Representatives Report No. 2114. Effect of the Tariff Upon Agriculture, printed by the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union (1892). 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder w
      "Bimetallism and Monometallism" by Rev. Dr. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin, published by Coin Publishing Company, Chicago, Ill. (1893). 1 item. 41 p.
    • Folder x
      Address by the Right Hon. A. J. Balfour, M. P. [publisher unknown] (1893). 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder y
      "Shylock: as Banker, Bondholder, Corruptionist, Conspirator" by Gordon Clark, published by The American Bimetallic League, Washington D.C. (1894). 1 item. 74 p.
    • Folder z
      "Bimetallism; A Tract for the Times" by Francis Walker [publisher unknown] (1894). 1 item. 14 p.
    • Folder aa
      "Mr. Wm. H. Oliver's Address on the Silver Question!" [publisher unknown] (undated). 5 items. 10 p.
    • Folder bb
      "How shall the Surplus Labor of the Country be Employed" by John H. Keyser, published by the National Limitation Association of the City of New York (undated). 1 item. 25 p.
  • Box 32
    N.C. Railroad, General Assembly Politics, World's Columbian Exposition, Oyster Controversy, and Vance Memorial Materials
    • Folder a
      N. C. Railroad Director Lists and Lease Information, includes copy of Governors Role to Incorporate Directors (undated); Memorandum on the Interest Acquired from a 99 year Lease (undated); Substituted By-Laws, President's Report to the Directors and Stockholders of the North Carolina Railroad Company (1894); copy of Act Incorporating the N. C. Railroad Co., Statement to the People of the State of North Carolina concerning the Lease of the N. C. Railroad Co. [1 draft, 2 copies] (undated); (1893-1895). 19 items. 70 p.
    • Folder b
      General Assembly politics, including Act establishing the Bureau of Labor Statistics for North Carolina [copy] (1887); Western Criminal Court Acts, Chapters 52-89 [tearsheets] (1895); The Conger Lard Bill [review] (1891); Act to Provide for the Election of Justices of the Peace [Notification of Enactment to Governor Elias Carr] (1895); An Act to Reduce the Expenses of the State Guard [copy] (1895); An Act to Amend Chapter 17 of the 1st Volume of the Code, and Restore to the People of North Carolina Local Self-Government [copy] (1895); Act to appropriate funds for the support of the Deaf and Dumb Institution at Morganton [draft] (1895); Act to Create Circuit Criminal Courts [draft] (1895); Act concerning the State Penitentiary [draft] (1895); Report of "Tellers" as Election of Penitentiary Directors [draft] (undated); Disapproval of "Tonnage Bill," House Bill No. 4,663 (undated); (1887-1895). 11 items. 49 p.
    • Folder c
      Governor Elias Carr and Democratic Party related newspaper clippings, including "A Menace To Liberty" [pamphlet, author and publisher unknown] (undated); "A Statement of Fact" [debate on sugar tax, comprised of letters from James G. Blaine] (ca. 1890); (1892-1896). 47 items. 60 p.
    • Folder d
      Cram's Township and Railroad Map of North & South Carolina, published by George F. Cram, Chicago (undated). 1 item. 35 p.
    • Folder e
      Charter and Amendments Thereto of the North Carolina Railroad Co., with the By-Laws, Mortgage and Lease, printed by Edwards & Broughton, Power Printers and Binders, Raleigh (1887). 1 item. 40 p.
    • Folder f
      The Democratic Hand=Book, prepared by the State Democratic Executive Committee, printed by E. M. Uzzell, Printer and Binder, Raleigh (1894). 1 item. 48 p.
    • Folder g
      Democratic Campaign Book, printed by Hartman & Cadick, Printers, Washington D.C. (1894) 1 item. 124 p.
    • Folder h
      History of the General Assembly of North Carolina, prepared by the State Democratic Executive Committee, printed by E. M. Uzzell, Printer and Binder, Raleigh (1895). 1 item. 80 p.
    • Folder i
      World's Fair Columbian and Southern States Expositions commissions, rules, and attractions articles (1890-1896). 30 items. 53 p.
    • Folder j
      The Official Directory of the World's Columbian Commission, printed by Rand, McNally & Co., Printers, Chicago (1890). 1 item. 15 p.
    • Folder k
      What is the Proper Housing for an Exposition in 1893?, printed Shea Smith & Co., Printers, Chicago (1890). 1 item. 20 p.
    • Folder l
      Chicago and Southern States Exposition Purpose (1896). 1 item. 4 p.
    • Folder m
      The Official Minutes of the First Meeting of the World's Columbian Commission, printed by Rand, McNally & Co., Printers, Chicago (1890). 1 item. 36 p.
    • Folder n
      Report of Grounds and Buildings Committee (1890). 1 item. 10 p.
    • Folder o
      Report of the Secretary of the World's Columbian Commission and Accompanying Documents (1890). 1 item. 6 p.
    • Folder p
      Stenographic Reports of the Minutes of the Board of Lady Managers, printed by Blakley Printing Co., Chicago (1890). 5 items. 20 p.
    • Folder q
      Report of the Advisatory Committee of the Proceedings of the Columbian Dairy Association (1890). 1 item. 12 p.
    • Folder r
      Official Minutes of the Fourth Session of the World's Columbian Commission, printed by Knight & Leonard Company, Chicago (1891). 1 item. 34 p.
    • Folder s
      World's Fair Appropriations, printed by Knight & Leonard Co. Printers, Chicago (1891). 3 items. 36 p.
    • Folder t
      Brief of W. P. Black and C. B. White, also Brief of Robert Rae, in Behalf of Phoebe W. Couzins, as Secretary of the Board of Lady Managers, printed by Daniels, Pitkin & Hall, Printers, Chicago (1891). 1 item. 20 p.
    • Folder u
      Official Minutes of the World's Columbian Commission [Third through Fifth days] (1891). 4 items. 36 p.
    • Folder v
      Minutes of the Proceedings of the Joint Conference composed of the Boards of Control of the World's Columbian Commission and of the World's Columbian Exposition, with the Representatives of the World's Fair State and Territorial Boards, printed by Rand, McNally & Company, Chicago (1892). 1 itme. 54 p.
    • Folder w
      Rules, Information, and Premium List, Department of Live Stock, World's Columbian Exposition, printed by Rand, McNally & Company, Chicago (1893). 1 item. 41 p.
    • Folder x
      World's Columbian Exposition Classification and Rules [for] Department of Mines, Mining, and Metallurgy, printed by Donohue & Henneberry, Printers and Binders, Chicago (1893). 1 item. 20 p.
    • Folder y
      Standing Committees of the World's Columbian Commission (undated). 1 item. 6 p.
    • Folder z
      Oyster Controversy pamphlets and petitions, including Oyster Law Act [2 copies and 2 drafts] to provide for and promote the oyster industry of North Carolina (1895); (1893-1895). 10 items. 47 p.
    • Folder aa
      Vance Memorial Association and Committee lists, and Contract and Playdates of Polk Miller for Vance Memorial Benefit shows (1896). 5 items. 7 p.
  • Box 33
    N.C. State Government, Education, Natural Resources, and Historical Publications and Pamphlets.
    • Folder a
      N. C. State Government Publications, including North Carolina, In the Supreme Court, Egerton, Administrator, vs. Carr, Brief of Appellant, printed by Edwards, Broughton & Co., Steam Printers and Binders, Raleigh (1886); Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the State of North Carolina by James D. Glenn, printed by Josephus Daniels, State Printer and Binder, Presses of Edwards & Broughton, Raleigh (1892); State Officers and General Assembly of North Carolina by W. F. Tomlinson, printed by Edwards & Broughton, Printers and Binders, Raleigh (1893); General Assembly of North Carolina House Bill 1198 [copy] (1895); (1886-1895). 4 items. 143 p.
    • Folder b
      N. C. State Education Publications, including Public School Law of North Carolina, issued by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, printed by Josephus Daniels, State Printer and Binder, Presses of Edwards & Broughton, Raleigh (1889); Report of the State Board of Education, printed by Josephus Daniels, State Printer and Binder, Presses of Edwards & Broughton, Raleigh (1889-1890); Public School Law of North Carolina, issued by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, printed by Josephus Daniels, State Printer and Binder, Presses of Edwards & Broughton, Raleigh (1893); How Far Should the State Educate? by Prof. B. Puryear, LL. D. [publisher unknown] (undated); (1889-1893). 4 items. 92 p.
    • Folder c
      College Publications, including Catalogue of the Trustees, Faculty and Student of the University of North Carolina 1863-1864, printed by Strother & Marcom, Steam Book and Job Printers, Raleigh (1864); First Annual Catalogue of the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, printed by Edwards and Broughton, Printers and Binders, Raleigh (1890); The University of North Carolina Catalogue 1894-1895, printed by the University of Chapel Hill (1895); Catalogue of Pupils of the Georgetown Visitation Convent, printed by Beresford, Printer, N.W. (1896); (1864-1896). 4 items. 135 p.
    • Folder d
      N. C. Geographical Features and Natural Resources publications, including Reports on the Swamp Lands of North Carolina Belonging to the State Board of Education, printed by Ashe & Gatling, State Printers and Binders, Presses of Edwards, Broughton & Co., Raleigh (1883); Iron Ores of North Carolina, A Preliminary Report by Henry B. C. Nitze, printed by Josephus Daniels, State Printer and Binder, Raleigh (1893); The Rivers of South and North Carolina entering Winyah Bay, So. Ca., Compiled and Arranged from Official and Authentic Sources by the Board of Trade of Georgetown, S.C., printed by Edward Perry & Co. Printers (ca. 1895); Catawba Valley and Highlands by W. C. Ervin with photographs by Fred W. Tyler, printed by the Morganton Land and Improvement Co., Morganton (1896); (1883-1896). 4 items. 228 p.
    • Folder e
      N.C. State History Publications, including Our Living and Our Dead Vol. I, No. 2, S. D. Pool, editor (1874); An Address on the Revolutionary History of Chatham County by Henry Armand London, printed by Cole Printing Co., Sanford, N.C. (1876); A Brief History of Macon County, North Carolina by Dr. C. D. Smith, printed by Franklin Press Print, Franklin, N.C. (1891); Partisan Campaigns of Col. Lawrence M. Allen, printed by Edwards & Broughton, Printers and Binders, Raleigh, N.C. (1894); The Eleven Governors of the Southern States, printed by The Tradesman Mechanical and Technical Journal (ca. 1894); Why North Carolinians Believe in the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, Second Edition, by George W. Graham, M. D. and Alexander Graham, A. M., printed by Queen City Printing and Paper Co., Charlotte, N.C. (1895); (1874-1895). 6 items. 129 p.
    • Folder f
      A Brief History of the North Carolina Troops on the Continental Establishment in the War of the Revolution by Charles L. Davis, including, A Sketch of the North Carolina Society of the Cincinniati from its Organization in 1783 to its So-called Dissolution after 1790 by Henry Hobart Bellas, LL.B., printed in Philadelphia, PA (1896). 1 item. 68 p.
    • Folder g
      Historical Biography Publications, including The Life, Brilliant Military Career, and Public Services of General Winfield Scott Hancock, [author unknown] printed by Barclay & Co., Philadelphia, PA (1880); A Sketch of Professor Washington Caruthers Kerr, by J. A. Holmes, from Journal of Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society, Part 2 (1887); John Bailey Beckwith, M. D., of Smithfield, N. C. A Biographical Sketch, with a Genealogy of the Beckwith Family by Bosworth Clifton Beckwith, Esq., printed by E. M. Uzzell Steam Printer and Binder, Raleigh, N.C. (1893); Gen. Daniel Morgan; An Address by Armistead C. Gordon, printed by Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South., Nashville, TN (1895); Governor George Burrington, with an Account of his Official Administrations in the Colony of North Carolina 1724-1725, 1731-1734 by Marshall DeLancey Haywood, printed by Edwards & Broughton, Printers and Binders, Raleigh, N. C. (1896); (1880-1896). 5 items. 101 p.
  • Box 34
    U.S. History, Religious, and Medical Publications and Product Catalogues
    • Folder a
      U. S. History Publications, including Arbitration vs. War, The Example and Influence of America, views of F. R. Coudert (ca. 1894); History and Condition of The Catawba Indians of South Carolina by H. Lewis Scaife, printed by Office of Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia, PA (1896); The Farewell Address of George Washington to the People of the United States of America, printed by the General Society Sons of the Revolution (1896); (1896). 3 items. 40 p.
    • Folder b
      U. S. History Associations Publications, including Southern History Association [list of officers, objectives, and members] (1896); Pennsylvania Society Sons of the Revolution Annual Report of Board of Managers with Sermons and Addresses Delivered Before the Society 1895-1896 (1896); The Membership and Ancestral Register, By-Laws and Charter of the North Carolina Society of the Sons of the Revolution, including also The Constitution of the General Society, etc., compiled by Marshall DeLancey Haywood, printed by the Presses of Edwards and Broughton, Raleigh, N.C. (1898); (1896-1898). 3 items. 73 p.
    • Folder c
      Centennial Year, 1792-1892, of The Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture, printed at Salem Observer Office, Salem, MA (1892). 1 item. 77 p.
    • Folder d
      U. S. and World Events Publications, including Report and Recommendations on Postal and Cable Communication with Central and South America, printed by the Government Printing Office, Washington D. C. (1890); The Haytian Question by Verax, printed by Louis Weiss & Co., Printers and Publishers, New York, NY (1891); The Gothenburg System of Liquor Traffic prepared under the direction of Carroll D. Wright, Commissioner of labor, by E. R. L. Gould, Ph. D., printed by Government Printing Office, Washington D. C. (1893); Supreme Court of the United States, Hermann R. Baltzer v. The State of North Carolina Brief (1895); (1890-1895). 4 items. 237 p.
    • Folder e
      U. S. Religious Publications, including A Sermon on Lynch Law and Raping preached by Rev. E. K. Love, D. D., printed by Georgia Baptist Print, Augusta, GA (1894); Holy Baptism. A Conversation by Aristides S. Smith, printed by S. Mary's Guild, Calvary Church, Tarboro, N.C. (undated); (1894). 2 items. 24 p.
    • Folder f
      U. S. Medical Publications, including A Treatise on Acute and Chronic Nasal Catarrh and Ozaena, Giving their Symptoms and Rational Treatment. Bronchial, Throat and Lung Diseases, Bronchitis, Laryngitis, Ulcerated Throat, Enlarged Tonsils, Diseases of the Blood, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Eruptions, Pinples, Blotches, Boils, Old Sores or Ulcers, and Diseases of the Liver by R. V. Pierce, M. D., printed by Act of Congress in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, New York, N.Y. (1870); The Keeley Cure for Liquor, Opium, Choloral and Cocaine Habits, as effected at the Greensboro, N.C. Institute, Testimony of Well Known Patients, printed by Reece & Elam, Printers, Greensboro, N.C. (ca. 1892); (1870-1892). 2 items. 13 p.
    • Folder g
      U. S. Academic Society publication, Alpha Tau Omega Palm, Walter Travers Daniel editor-in-chief (1889). 1 item. 28 p.
    • Folder h
      U. S. Product Catalogues: Buggy Catalogues, including La Porte Carriage Co. Catalogue No. II (1894); Elkhart Carriage and Harness Mfg. Co. No. 34, printed by Sies & Co. Printers and Engravers, Buffalo, NY (1895); F. A. Ames & Co. Pleasure Vehicles Catalogue (1896); Jackson Vehicle Co. Buggy Catalogue, printed by The Patriot Print (1897); (1894-1897). 4 items. 132 p.
    • Folder i
      U. S. Product Catalogues: Miscellaneous Catalogues, including Mica Roofing Co. Manufacturers & Dealers, printed by J. W. Pratt, Steam Book and Job Printer, New York, N.Y. (1869); Trevor & Co. Wood-Working Machinery Catalogue A., printed by James H. Murphy, Book and Job Printer, Lockport, N.Y. (1886); The Raleigh Water Company, Quarterly Rates with Rules and Regulations, printed by Edwards, Broughton & Co., Steam Printers and Binders, Raleigh (1887); E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. Illustrated Catalogue of Photgraphic Equipments and Materials for Amateurs, printed by John Polhemus, Printer, New York, N.Y. (1889); Isaac Smith's Son & Co. Adjustable Phaeton Sunshades Catalogue (undated); (1869-1889). 5 items. 111 p.
    • Folder j
      Miscellaneous Advertisements (1866-1928). 26 items. 33 p.
  • Box 35
    The Southern Cultivator Magazines
    • Folder a
      The Southern Cultivator, [Volume and month unknown] 1882, and Vol. XLIII, No. 9 [September] and No. 12 [December] 1885 (1882-1885). 3 items. 93 p.
    • Folder b
      The Southern Cultivator, Vol. XLVI, Nos. 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 [April and June - November] (1888). 7 items. 236 p
    • Folder c
      The Southern Cultivator, Vol. XLVII, Nos.1, 2, 3, 4, 8 [January-April and August] 1889 and Vol. XLVIII, No. 2 [February] 1890 (1889-1890). 6 items. 213 p.
    • Folder d
      The Southern Cultivator, Vol. XLIX, Nos. 8, 11, 12 [August, November-December] 1891 and Vol. L, Nos. 2, 5 [February, May] 1892 (1891-1892). 5 items. 162 p.
  • Box 36
    Magazines and Books
    • Folder a
      Agricultural Magazines, including The Farmers' Register, Vol. II, No. 1 [June] (1834); American Stock Journal, Vol. IV, No. 1 [January] (1869); The Jersey Bulletin, Vol. VI, No. 51 [December] (1887); (1834-1887). 3 items. 58 p.
    • Folder b
      The Maryland Farmer, Vol. V, No. 10 [October] (1868). 1 item. 38 p.
    • Folder c
      The Carolina Farmer, Vol. 1, No. 3 [January] (1869). 1 item. 22 p.
    • Folder d
      The Reconstructed Farmer, Vol. 3, No. 3 [July] (1871). 1 item. 20 p.
    • Folder e
      Wood's Household Magazine, Vol. 12, No. 5 [May] (1873). 1 item. 26 p.
    • Folder f
      The Maryland Farmer, Vol. XXIII, No. 11 [November] (1886). 1 item. 42 p.
    • Folder g
      The Southern States, Vol. I, No. 3 [May] (1893). 1 item. 52 p.
    • Folder h
      The Rural Magazine, Vol. II, No. 2 [March] (1896). 1 item. 17 p.
    • Folder i
      The Review of Reviews, Vol. VI, No. 35 [December] (1892). 1 item. 104 p.
    • Folder j
      Silas Marner by George Eliot, published by John B. Alden, Publisher, New York, N.Y. (1887). 1 item. 73 p.
    • Folder k
      Rob Roy by Sir Walter Scott, Bart., published by D. Appleton and Company, New York, N. Y. (1873). 1 item. 99 p.
    • Folder l
      Washington, or the Revolution by Ethan Allen, published by F. Tennyson Neely, New York, N. Y. (1895). 1 item. 119 p.
    • Folder m
      Wanda, Countess von Szalras by "Ouida" [publisher unknown] (undated). 1 item. 89 p.
Series 8 :
Miscellaneous Carr Family Material
  • Box 37
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    Carr Family Material
    • Folder a
      Carr Family Lineage and Guardianships, including Johnston/Carr family tree [draft, roughly encompassing 1752-1843] (ca. 1843); (1843-1900). 15 items. 22 p.
    • Folder b
      Carr Family notes and musings, includes "The Song of the Old Alumnus and University Centennial Song" [University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Centennial songs] by Mrs C. P. Spencer (ca. 1895); (1880-1902). 31 items. 36 p.
    • Folder c
      Carr Family obituaries and family related articles (1900-1968). 10 items. 17 p.
    • Folder d
      Carr Family articles of interest (1885-1928). 52 items. 66 p.
    • Folder e
      Collected articles of interest (1882). 1 item. 25 p.
    • Folder f
      Carr Family items of interest, including Speech of Gen. Evans on Memorial Day (1895); The Chemical Examination of Drinking Waters with Analysis sheet and signature of H. B. Battle (1895); A Copy of the Testimonials of A. Mitchell Carroll (ca. 1893); Resolutions by the Students of the University Refusing to give a Testimonial to Mr. Trenchard (1896); In Honor of the Memory of Jefferson Davis [program] (1893); (1886-1896). 28 items. 49 p.
    • Folder g
      Morris - Randolph Scandal Correspondence [letters, transcribed copies, and article] (1814-1815). 5 items. 48 p.
    • Folder h
      Bracebridge Hall Draining Investigation (1915). 5 items. 18 p.
    • Folder i
      Musings [author unknown], includes articles (ca. 1891) from Addition 3 [10/4/1983]. 1 item. 37 p.
    • Folder j
      Cotton Book and Musings [author unknown] (1877-1925) from Addition 2 [1/31/1983]. 1 item. 92 p.
    • Folder k
      Calling cards, railroad passes, and advertising cards (1890-1897). 71 items. 90 p.
    • Folder l
      Student Notebook (ca. 1880). 1 item. 56 p.
    • Folder m
      Thompson's Pocket Speller (1890). 1 item. 74 p.
    • Folder n
      Student Notebook [Pathology] (1882-1883). 1 item. 62 p.
    • Folder o
      Student Notebook [Algebra] (undated). 1 item. 61 p.
    • Folder p
      Student Notebook [Latin] (undated). 1 item. 24 p.
    • Folder q
      Clippings from fashion magazines (ca. 1870-1876). 24 items. 28 p.
Series 9 :
Oversize Material
  • Box 38
    Oversize Atlas
    • Folder a
      Carey's General Atlas, 1814, and Receipts, including "Oe'r my Heart a Sadness Stealing" music by J. H. M'Naughton for Godey's Lady's Book [no date], (1814-1870). 1 item. 108 p.

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