Winslow-Towe Family Papers, 1886-2003, undated

(Manuscript Collection #1131)

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Series 1 :
CORRESPONDENCE
  • Box 1
    • Folder a
      Correspondence, Essays & Printed Materials, Etc. (1932-1956, undated) relating to American composer Edward MacDowell and his wife, Marian. 27 items. Note: Probably compiled by Sallie J. Towe (Mrs. Robert Leslie) for presentation to the Study Club, Roanoke Rapids, NC. 121 pages.
    • Folder b
      Towe, Robert Leslie "Leslie", Roanoke Rapids, NC. Letters received (1914, 1917-1918) 17 items. Note: Most from Miss Sallie J. Winslow, Winfall, NC. 54 pages.
    • Folder c
      Winslow, A. R. (Mrs.) "Mamma", Winfall, NC. Letters received (1917, undated) 3 items. Note: All from Sallie J. Winslow, various locations. 6 pages.
    • Folder d
      Winslow, Sallie J. (Miss), Winfall, NC. Letters received (July - November 1917) 18 items. Note: Most from Robert Leslie Towe, Roanoke Rapids, NC. 51 pages.
    • Folder e
      Winslow, Sallie J. (Miss), Winfall, NC. Letters received (April - June 1917) 12 items. Note: Most from Robert Leslie Towe, Roanoke Rapids, NC. 41 pages.
    • Folder f
      Winslow, Sallie J. (Miss), Winfall, NC. Letters received (January - August 1915) 13 items. Note: Most from Robert Leslie Towe, Roanoke Rapids, NC. 43 pages.
  • Box 2
    • Folder a
      Winslow, Sallie J. (Miss), East Carolina Teachers Training School, Greenville, NC. Letters received (September - December 1914) 24 items. Note: Most from Robert Leslie Towe, Roanoke Rapids, NC. 66 pages.
    • Folder b
      Roanoke Rapids Public School Superintendent E. J. Coltrane. Letters sent to Building Committee Chairman S. F. Patterson & Historical Clippings (1920-2003). Originals, photocopies & digital reproductions. 7 items. 13 pages.
    • Folder c
      Christmas Cards & Calling Cards (undated) 3 items. 3 pages.
    • Folder d
      Postcards (Blank) of Main Street, Scotland Neck & Dickerson Avenue, Greenville, NC (ca. 1914-1917) 3 items. 3 pages.
Series 2 :
PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS
  • Box 2
    • Folder e
      Photographic Prints (1894-1914, undated) Black & white. Originals & digital reproductions. 4 items. 4 pages.
Series 3 :
SCRAPBOOK & GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH MATERIAL
  • Box 2
    • Folder f
      Towe Family Scrapbook Material (1886-1918) including William Tow & Robert Leslie Towe teaching certificates & Selective Service letters, etc. Originals & photocopies. 20 items. 22 pages.
    • Folder g
      Towe - Winslow Family Historical & Genealogical Research Material [1790-1997] (1997) compiled by Sara Crawford Towe Wood, Roanoke Rapids, NC. Photocopy typescript. 8 items. 46 pages.
Series 4 :
PRINTED MATERIALS
  • Box 2
    • Folder h
      Perquimans County Historical Society (1968-1975) correspondence & yearbooks. Manuscript & Printed Works. 5 items. Note: 4 yearbooks. 89 pages.
    • Folder i
      Roanoke Rapids, N.C.: A Brief History of its Foundation and Growth As of July 1947 (1947) by Roanoke Rapids Chamber of Commerce. Mimeographed typescript. 1 item. Note: Autographed "Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Towe." 11 pages.
    • Folder j
      Program Twenty Third Annual Kiwanis Minstrel, Roanoke Rapids, NC (1953) Pamphlet. 2 copies. 2 items. 44 pages.

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