Moore Family Papers, 1870-1950

Manuscript Collection #275

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Title: Moore Family Papers
Creator: Moore family
Repository: ECU Manuscript Collection
Languages: English
Abstract: Papers (1870-1950, undated) of clerk of Pitt County Superior Court and his sons, consisting of correspondence, land records, legal records, pamphlets, reports, essay, poems, receipts, speeches, ledger books, and miscellaneous.
Extent: 1.09 Cubic feet, 545 items, 1 volume , consisting of correspondence, land records, legal records, pamphlets, report, programs, essay, poem, speeches, tracts, clippings, picture post cards, photographs, receipts, ledger book, and miscellaneous.

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Accessions Information

January 6, 1975, 400 items; Papers (1872-1928) of a Pitt County, N.C., family, including correspondence, photographs, picture post cards, legal papers, financial records, and a ledger. Gift of Mr. Charles Wilkerson, Greenville, N.C.

Access Restrictions

No restrictions

Copyright Notice

Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.

Preferred Citation

Moore Family Papers (#275), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

Acquisition Information

  • Gift of Mr. Charles Wilkerson

Processing Information

  • Processed by D. Lawson, May 1979

  • Encoded by Apex Data Services


Biographical / Historical Note Click here to collapse or expand the contents in this section of the finding aid

David C. Moore resided in Greenville, N.C., and served as clerk of superior court. His sons, David, Jr., Allen Thurman, Andrew J., and Thomas, attended the University of North Carolina after which they lived in Greenville.

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Much of the correspondence (1871-1920) concerns local and family matters. A prominent topic is the University of North Carolina. Letters describe a late-night torch procession through Chapel Hill (May 24, 1905), and life at UNC (May 11, 1913). Other letters (1911) solicit contributions for the Tau Chapter House Fund for the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.

Topics relating to education include discussion of a planned school in Tarboro (July, 1872), and a letter recommending entrance without examination into UNC of a graduate of the Greenville Male Academy (1901).

Letters from Primitive Baptist elder Sylvester Hassell and others comment on a yearly meeting of the Flat Swamp Church (Sept. 13, 1873), the purchase of a Bible and hymnal for the Great Swamp Church (March, 1910), and other matters relating to the Primitive Baptist Church (Nov., 1920).

World War I letters comment on the physical examination for military inductees, military life (April, 1917), and opine that the U.S. Army was good despite complaints of some officers and enlisted men (June, 1919).

Other topics of interest include hard times in Bethel (1873), an account of train travel from Greenville to Salem, N.C., with comments on a "stage" ride from High Point to Salem, and a description of Salem (1871); the resort of Seven Springs near Goldsboro (1912); and precautions to be taken against the influenza epidemic of 1918, local deaths from the disease, and the conditions in Wilmington.

A file of Greenville Cotton Mills records includes tabulations of yarn sales (1916) and yarn orders (1918); a letter pertaining to the estate of a Moore family member controlled by the Mill (1917); a trial balance for August, 1917; and a "winder's sheet sheet" for the week ending May 11, 1918.

Land records consist of seven deeds for Pitt County land (1870-1920). Legal records consist of land rental contracts (1895, 1896, 1897); steam saw rental contracts (1895); a timber contract (1897); a contract between Bethel Manufacturing Company and Boyle Manufacturing Company of Martin County for the rental of a "whoop" saw (1896); and an inventory of the personal estate of D.C. Moore (1914).

Records pertaining to elections include a pamphlet, Senator Simmons for Locke Craig, (1908); lists of Pitt County delegates to the state and congressional conventions (1912); a speech urging the selection of Oscar N. Underwood as presidential nominee (1912); a tabulation of the Pitt County precincts for candidates in the June 2, 1934, Democratic primary; a flyer, "Gubernatorial Bulletin," showing notes in state conventions for candidates Craig, Kitchen, and Horne (undated); and various undated ballots.

Material pertaining to the University of North Carolina includes a student handbook (1904), a term report (1906), a class bulletin and dance cards (1915), and a Glee Club program (1928).

A nineteenth century essay argues the necessity of wearing woolen clothes the year round. Accompanying the essay is a recipe for black walnut stain and a furniture polish (undated). A sheet (undated) contains poems entitled "Prayer and Potatoes," and "The Child and the Rill."

Speeches (1942, undated) consist of radio talks on the history and 35th anniversary for the Kiwanis Clubs.

A tract, "Are you Guilty? A Murderer's Last Words," (undated) cites the evils of alcohol and need for prohibition. A brochure (1918) states the program of the Veterans of World War I, and a 1964 pamphlet, Dan Moore, pertains to his governor's race.

A picture post card collection contains scenes from Chapel Hill and UNC, Charlotte, Goldsboro, Greensboro, Greenville, Lumberton, Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Seven Springs, Wilmington, Wilson and other North Carolina cities; the Jamestown Exposition of 1907; New York City, Pennsylvania; and Virginia. Photographs and photograph albums primarily pertain to the Moore Family.

Miscellaneous materials of interest include D. C. Moore's records (1904) as Greenville Clerk of Superior Court, 1905 season scores for a Greenville sports team, a typescript account of a trip to Raleigh to see UNC game (1912), and a memorial tribute to Mary E. Ward [1932].

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The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Reading Room's card catalog. This system is no longer maintained, but it is left in place to help on-site researchers locate particular topics in the collection.

Geographic Entry :

  • Pitt County, N.C.

Autograph Entries :

  • Harrell, Sylvester (6) (1910-1920)
  • Ragsdale, William H. (1901)

Subject Entries :

  • AGRICULTURE— Farm Tenancy— Pitt Co., N.C.— 1895-1897
  • BUSINESS AND COMMERCE— Manufacturing— Cotton Textiles— 1916
  • BUSINESS AND COMMERCE— Manufacturing— Textiles— 1916
  • CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
  • CHARLOTTE, N.C.
  • COURTS— N.C. Superior Court— 1904
  • ECONOMY— 1873— Bethel, N.C.
  • EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— Fraternities— Pi Kappa Alpha— 1911
  • EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • EDUCATION— PRIVATE SCHOOLS— Male Academy— 1901
  • EDUCATION— PRIVATE SCHOOLS— Tarboro, N.C.— 1872
  • ELECTIONS— Pitt Co., N.C.— 1934
  • ELECTIONS— N.C. Governor— 1908
  • ELECTIONS— N.C. Governor— 1964
  • GREENSBORO, N.C.
  • GREENVILLE, N.C.
  • HEALTH AND MEDICINE— Cures— Tuberculosis
  • HEALTH AND MEDICINE— Diseases— Influenza— 1918
  • HEALTH AND MEDICINE— Addresses, Essays, Lectures— 19th Century
  • LAURINBURG, N.C.
  • LUMBERTON, N.C.
  • N.C.— GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND HISTORY— 20th Century
  • ORGANIZATIONS— Kiwanis Clubs— 1942
  • POETS AND POETRY— Amateur Verse— 19th Century
  • POLITICS— Conventions— 1912
  • PROHIBITION
  • RALEIGH, N.C.
  • RECREATION— Resorts— Seven Springs, N.C.— 1912
  • RELIGION— Primitive Baptist
  • SALEM, N.C.— 1871
  • SEVEN SPRINGS, N.C.
  • SIMMONS, FURNIFOLD McLENDON
  • SOCIAL LIFE AND CUSTOMS— Fairs
  • TRANSPORTATION— Stages— 1871
  • UNDERWOOD, OSCAR WILDER
  • VIRGINIA— RICHMOND
  • WAR— WORLD WAR I— 1917
  • WILMINGTON, N.C.
  • WILSON, N.C.

Genealogy Entries :

  • MOORE FAMILY— N.C.— 1870-1920
  • WARD FAMILY— N.C.— 1932

Date Entry :

  • 1916-1919

Pamphlet Entry :

Title Entry
  • Dan Moore (1964)
  • Senator Simmons for Locke Craig (1908)
  • Veterans of World War I of the U.S.A., Inc. (undated)

Images below are listed alphabetically by subject. This list reflects only those portions of the collection for which negatives have been prepared.

AGRICULTURE— Tobacco
Description: B. E. Parham Warehouse
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/20

BRIDGES— New Bridge
Location: Lumberton, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/120(979)

BRIDGES— Rivers— Tar River
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s, 1908
Call Number: pc-275/22, 23

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Description: Evans St.
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/6b, 19a

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Description: Evans St.
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s, 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/8-9, 186(967)

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Description: Main St.
Location: Lumberton, NC
Date: 1907
Call Number: pc-275/39

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Location: Charlotte, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/42

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Description: Washington St., Tarboro St.
Location: Rocky Mount, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/56b

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Description: Martin and Fayetteville Sts.
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/65

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Description: Fayetteville St.
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1905
Call Number: pc-275/67-68, 75

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Description: Looking east/west from Front St.; Market
Location: Wilmington, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/78, 80

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Description: Main St. looking north
Location: Lumberton, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/117(980)

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Business District
Description: Five Points, Evans Street, front angle view of Sam White's store
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/6(369)

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Dwellings
Description: J.W. Branton Residence
Location: Kinston, NC
Date: 1911
Call Number: pc-275/33

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Dwellings
Description: E. D. Latta, C. W. Tillett, R. A. Dunn
Location: Charlotte, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/43

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Governor's Mansion
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1920
Call Number: pc-275/73

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Masonic Temple Opera House
Location: Rocky Mount, NC
Date: 1907
Call Number: pc-275/55

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Residential District
Description: 5th St.
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1912
Call Number: pc-275/3

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Residential District
Location: Maxton, NC
Date: 1907
Call Number: pc-275/46

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Residential District
Description: New Street
Location: New Bern, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: p-275/57b(974)

BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE— Residential District
Description: Third St. south from Ann St.
Location: Wilmington, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/82

BUSINESS AND COMMERCE— Clothing— King Clothier
Description: Wilson, Frank
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1908
Call Number: pc-275/10b, 177(997), 180(983)

BUSINESS AND COMMERCE— Manufacturing— Cotton Textiles
Description: Dresden Cotton Mills
Location: Lumberton, NC
Date: 1908
Call Number: pc-275/41

BUSINESS AND COMMERCE— Restaurants
Description: Sanitary Fishmarket & Restaurant
Location: Morehead City, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/25

COURTS— Courthouses
Description: Pitt Co. Courthouse
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/13, 18b

COURTS— Courthouses
Description: Superior Court Clerk's Office?; Moore, Davis
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/18a(366)

COURTS— Courthouses
Description: Courthouse Square
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/21a

COURTS— Courthouses
Description: Clerk's Office
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1927
Call Number: pc-275/21b(368)

COURTS— Courthouses
Description: Lenoir County, NC
Location: Kinston, NC
Date: 1908
Call Number: pc-275/34

COURTS— Courthouses
Description: Robeson County, NC
Location: Lumberton, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/35

COURTS— Courthouses
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/64

COURTS— Courthouses
Location: Wilmington, NC
Date: 1920s
Call Number: pc-275/77

COURTS— POSTAL SERVICE— Courthouses- -Post Offices
Description: U.S. Courthouse
Location: Greensboro, NC
Date: 1906
Call Number: pc-275/52

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— Baptist University for Women
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1906
Call Number: pc-275/66

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— Barton College
Description: Atlantic Christian College
Location: Wilson, NC
Date: 1906
Call Number: pc-275/59

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— East Carolina University
Description: ECTC Dining Hall
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/14

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— East Carolina University
Description: ECTC
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/16

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— Elizabeth College
Location: Charlotte, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/44

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— Peace Institute
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1920s
Call Number: pc-275/63, 72

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— Southern Presbyterian College and Conservatory of Music
Location: Red Springs, NC
Date: 1907
Call Number: pc-275/47

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— St. Mary's School
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1910
Call Number: pc-275/69-70

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Location: Greensboro, NC
Date: 1907
Call Number: pc-275/50, 54b

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Description: Student Building
Location: Greensboro, NC
Date: 1907
Call Number: pc-275/51

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/54b

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, North Carolina State University
Description: N.C. Agricultural and Mechanical
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/71

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: Aerial campus view
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/88

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: Alumni Building, Caldwell Monument
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1908, 1906
Call Number: pc-275/93, 104, 106, 114(972)

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: Gymnasium
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1913
Call Number: pc-275/94

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: President's House
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/95

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: Davie Hall
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1912
Call Number: pc-275/96

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: Memorial Hall
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/97, 103

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: South Building
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1906
Call Number: pc-275/100

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: Davie Poplar
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1906
Call Number: pc-275/101

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: Old West Building and Well
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/102

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: Carr Building
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1906
Call Number: pc-275/105

EDUCATION— COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES— University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Description: Mary Ann Smith Building
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/124(976)

EDUCATION— PRIVATE SCHOOLS— Robeson Institute
Description: Baptist school, closed in 1907, became public school
Location: Lumberton, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275-36

EDUCATION— PUBLIC SCHOOLS— Graded School
Description: Students in front of building
Location: Rocky Mount, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/181

EDUCATION— PUBLIC SCHOOLS— Graded School
Location: Reidsville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/48

EDUCATION— PUBLIC SCHOOLS— Greenville Graded School
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/6a, 10a, 11

EDUCATION— PUBLIC SCHOOLS— Laurinburg Public School
Location: Laurinburg, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/45

EDUCATION— PUBLIC SCHOOLS— Monroe School
Location: Monroe, NC
Date: 1919
Call Number: pc-275/32

HEALTH AND MEDICINE— Hospitals— James Walker Memorial Hospital
Location: Wilmington, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/84

HEALTH AND MEDICINE— Hospitals— Keeley Institute
Location: Greensboro, NC
Date: 1906
Call Number: pc-275/49

HOTELS, INNS, & TAVERNS— Chapel Hill Hotel & Annex
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/98

HOTELS, INNS & TAVERNS— Hotel Proctor
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/4

HOTELS, INNS & TAVERNS— Oceanic Hotel
Location: Wrightsville Beach, NC
Date: 1912
Call Number: pc-275/27

HOTELS, INNS & TAVERNS— S.A.L. Hotel
Location: Hamlet, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/30

HOTELS, INNS & TAVERNS— Seashore Hotel and Steel Pier
Location: Wrightsville Beach, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/76

HOTELS, INNS & TAVERNS— Toxaway Inn
Location: Mitchell Co., NC
Date: 1913
Call Number: pc-275/24

LIBRARIES— Carnegie Library
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1908
Call Number: pc-275/87

LIBRARIES— Carnegie Public Library
Location: Greensboro, NC
Date: 1907
Call Number: pc-275/53

LIBRARIES— Memorial Library
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/13

LIBRARIES— Olivia Raney Library
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1906
Call Number: pc-275/61

MONEY AND BANKING— Bank of Lumberton
Location: Lumberton, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/40

MONEY AND BANKING— First National Bank
Location: Lumberton, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/119(981)

MONEY AND BANKING— Murchison National Bank
Location: Wilmington, NC
Date: 1914
Call Number: pc-275/85

MONEY AND BANKING— National Bank
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/17

NORTH CAROLINA— Coastal North Carolina
Location: Wrightsville Beach, NC
Date: 1912
Call Number: pc-275/29

NORTH CAROLINA— State Departments— Capitol Building
Location: Raleigh, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/62

ORGANIZATIONS— Fraternal— Masons
Description: Masonic Temple & Courthouse
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1906
Call Number: pc-275/12, 18b

ORGANIZATIONS— Fraternities— Phi Kappa Alpha
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/99

ORGANIZATIONS— Rotary Club
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1920s
Call Number: pc-275/167

PARKS— Oakland Park Pavilion
Location: Rocky Mount, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/56a(975)

POSTAL SERVICE— Post Office
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/2

RECREATION— Swimming
Description: Swimming lessons
Call Number: pc-275/170(965)
Date: 1900s

RELIGION— Baptist— Churches
Location: Lumberton, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/118(982)

RELIGION— Catholic— Churches
Description: 5th & Anne Sts.
Location: Wilmington, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/81

RELIGION— Methodist— Churches— Jarvis Memorial Church
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/5

RELIGION— Methodist— Episcopal— Churches
Location: Hamlet, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/31

RELIGION— Methodist— Episcopal— Churches
Location: Wilson, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/60

SOCIAL LIFE AND CUSTOMS— Dancing— Lumina Dancing Pavilion
Location: Wrightsville Beach, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/83

SOCIAL LIFE AND CUSTOMS— Travel
Description: Ladies at the railroad station
Call Number: pc-275/175(969)
Date: 1900s

SPORTS— Baseball
Description: Greenville Greenies
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1930s
Call Number: pc-275/57a(371), 168(963)

SPORTS— Baseball
Description: UNC Baseball team; team at train station
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1912, 1905
Call Number: pc-275/90, 181(970), 182(971)

SPORTS— Football
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1900s
Call Number: pc-275/19b(367)

SPORTS— Football
Description: UNC football team
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Date: 1908, 1906
Call Number: pc-275/89, 91-92

SPORTS— Football
Description: Greenville High School
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1921
Call Number: pc-275/169(964)

SPORTS— Football
Call Number: pc-275/172(966)
Date: 1900s

TRADES— Coopers
Description: Interstate Cooperage
Location: Belhaven, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/28

TRANSPORTATION— Railroads
Description: Union Depot
Location: Goldsboro, NC
Date: 1912
Call Number: pc-275/1

TRANSPORTATION— Railroads— Atlantic Coast Line
Description: Main shop building
Location: Rocky Mount, NC
Date: 1910s
Call Number: pc-275/58

TRANSPORTATION— Railroads— Atlantic Coast Line RR
Description: Office
Location: Wilmington, NC
Date: 1907
Call Number: pc-275/79

TRANSPORTATION— Steamboats
Description: The Eagle arriving at Port Terminal
Location: Greenville, NC
Date: 1909
Call Number: pc-275/7

TRAVEL— Roads
Description: Carriage Drive
Location: Murfreesboro, NC
Date: 1907
Call Number: pc-275/26

U.S.— MILITARY— Forts— Fort Caswell
Description: Rifle [Brigade], twelve-inch
Location: Wilmington, NC
Date: 1912
Call Number: pc-275/86

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