Henry T. King Collection, 1799, 1840-1865, 1887

(Manuscript Collection #625)

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Series 1 :
Edward C. Yellowley papers
  • Box 1
    • Folder a
      Correspondence, 1850-1863
    • Folder b
      Correspondence, 1864-1865
    • Folder c
      Essays
    • Folder d
      Miscellaneous
    • Folder e
      Financial Records
Series 2 :
Henry T. King papers
  • Box 1
    • Folder f
      Correspondence, 1887-1931, undated
    • Folder h
      "Sketches of Pitt County" Notes and Chapters
    • Folder i
      "Sketches of Pitt County" Notes and Chapters
  • Box 2
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    • Folder a
      "Sketches of Pitt County" Notes and Chapters
    • Folder b
      Historical Information
    • Folder c
      Political Material
    • Folder d
      Calendars, 1919-1920
    • Folder e
      Newspaper Articles
    • Folder f
      Pamphlets
    • Folder g
      Talks
    • Folder h  (1 item digitized)
      Legal Material
    • Folder i
      Journal SOUTHLAND Ledger
    • Folder j
      Poems and Prose
    • Folder k
      Financial Records
    • Folder l
      Miscellaneous
Series 3 :
Clippings
  • Box 2
    • Folder m
      Newspaper Clippings. East Carolina Teachers Training School.
  • Box 3
    • Folder a
      Miscellaneous
    • Folder b
      Counties -- N.C. -- History
    • Folder c
      Governors of N.C.
    • Folder d
      Cities of N.C. -- History
    • Folder e
      N.C. Cemetaries & Monuments
    • Folder f
      North Carolina A & M
    • Folder g
      Thad Stevens
    • Folder h
      Politicians & Judges
    • Folder i
      Obituaries
    • Folder j
      Battles of Alamance & Hillsboror / War of the Regulators
    • Folder k
      Revolutionary War
    • Folder l
      War of 1812 -- Johnston Blakely
    • Folder m
      Civil War -- Officers
    • Folder n
      Civil War -- Miscellaneous
    • Folder o
      Civil War -- Confederate
    • Folder p
      Civil War -- Battles -- General
    • Folder q
      Civil War -- Battles -- Specific
    • Folder r
      Civil War -- Dahlgren Raid
    • Folder s
      Civil War -- MONITOR vs. MERRIMAC
    • Folder t
      CSS MAPLE LEAF
    • Folder u
      CSS ALBEMARLE
    • Folder v
      Ships of the Civil War
    • Folder w
      Regiments of the Civil War (N.C.)
    • Folder x
      Lt. L.E. Powers diary (21st N.C. Infrantry Regiment)
    • Folder y
      Capt. W.E. Arden diary (30th N.C. Infantry Regiment)
    • Folder z
      Col. H.K. Burgwyn, Jr.
    • Folder aa
      Hampton Roads Conference
    • Folder bb
      Lincoln Assassination
Series 4 :
Oversize Materials
Box 1
King's Weekly Newspapers, 1899, 1902
Box 2
King's Weekly Newspapers, 1900-1901
Box 3
King's Weekly Newspapers, 1895-1898
Box os1
Maps, notes for Sketches of Pitt County
Box os2
Newspapers, Newspaper Clippings

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

  • Box 4
    • Folder a
      Letter (1825) announcing Samuel Yellowley's appointment as a Cadet at West Point; Promissory note (1839) from Henry S. Clark; List of slaves belonging to Henry S. Clark in 1850 (includes names and ages); Minutes (1858-1867) of Board of Superintendants of Common Schools for the County of Pitt (N.C.); Edward C. Yellowley's commission (1861) as Captain in the 8th Regement of N.C. Troops. 5 items.
    • Folder b
      Letters Patent (1883) to Henry T. King for Manure Drills; Certificate of Patentability (1917) to Henry T. King for a Tractor Sketch. 2 items.
    • Folder c
      Photographs of Blanche Draughon King (undated), an Ayden, N.C. street (early 1900s), and Blount's Hall in Pitt County, N.C. (undated). 3 items.
    • Folder d
      Receipts (3/25/1768, 10/10/1891), check (4/5/1911), promissory note (7/17/1888), and land surveys (1/7/1837, 2/16/1848, undated). 7 items.
    • Folder e
      Manuscripts and typescripts of historical articles presumably written by Henry T. King (undated). 5 items.
    • Folder f
      Poetry written by Henry T. King (1895, undated). 7 items.
    • Folder g
      Correspondence (1911-1923); Calling card (undated) of Mrs. Henry T. King; Account (June 1853) of an experience with a medium; Masonic funeral broadside (1858); King's Weekly (newspaper) stationery (1897); Clipping (undated) about 10th anniversary celebration of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. King in Greenville, N.C.; Clipping (1985) from Greenville Times of article written by Roger Kammerer about Henry T. King's Pitt County Museum. 9 items.
    • Folder h
      Scrapbook (1902-1904) documenting Henry T. King's Candidacy for N.C. House of Representatives and other political races. 1 item.
Box os3
Form (1845) admitting Edward C. Yellowley to practice law in N.C. County courts; Form (1846) admitting Edward C. Yellowley to practice law in N.C. Supreme Court; Diploma-type document (March 1845) concerning the Philanthropic Society at University of North Carolina for Edward C. Yellowley; Diploma (June 1845) for Edward C. Yellowley from University of North Carolina; Muster Roll (7/22/1861) for Capt. James Lytle, Co. D, 20th Regiment, 3rd Brigade of Indiana Foot Volunteers commanded by Col. William L. Brown. 5 items.

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