Source: Lucy J. Webb Papers, East Carolina Manuscript Collection #363 Staff Person: Lynette Lundin Description: Miss Lucy J. Webb, arrived in Shanghai, China, in August of 1922. She worked as a Methodist missionary from 1922 to 1943 and from 1946 to 1951. Her memoir describes the labor done by the many missionaries in Shanghai during [...]
Month: October, 2012
Source: Joyner Library Digital Collections Identifer: 55-01-1676 Staff Person: Ralph Scott Description: William Clyde “Bill” Friday (July 13, 1920 – October 12, 2012) served as the head of the University of North Carolina system from 1956 to 1986. He was born in Raphine, Va., and raised in Dallas, N.C. After retirement, Friday remained an influential voice [...]
Source: Daily Reflector Negative Collection East Carolina Manuscript Collection #741.26.a.7 Staff Person: Maury York Description: Father Maurice Tew came to Greenville from West Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1935 to assist the priest at St. Peter’s Catholic Church. Charged with the responsibility of ministering to African Americans in the city, Father Maurice spearheaded the construction of a [...]
Source: Minges Collection #1136.1.a Staff Person: Dale Sauter Description: Original, signed letter from Caleb (C. D.) Bradham, Sr., inventor of Pepsi-Cola, to Dr. Jos. J. Watson in South Carolina promoting Pepsi-Cola as a safe drink. Bradham also mentions some basic ingredients found in the beverage (1917).
Source: William E. and Marion B. Stewart Papers (Manuscript Collection #707) Staff Person: Martha Elmore Description: U.S. Navy officer William E. Stewart and his wife Marion visited China and the Philippines in the late 1930s. While there they took many photographs and bought other photographs which they collected into two albums–one for each country. This [...]