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Manuscripts and Photographs Related to the Tobacco Industry in Pitt County
Joyner Library's East Carolina Manuscript Collection, a component of the Manuscripts and Rare Books Department, includes a number of manuscript collections and photographs that reflect the history of tobacco in Greenville and Pitt County. Included here are letters, payroll records, photographs and other primary sources from several collections. Call numbers of these collections are provided. More detailed information about these collections can be obtained from staff members of the Manuscripts and Rare Books Department. Additional images, taken from publications in the North Carolina Collection, are included in this group.

Records/Photos Items
Date     Title
no date  A Country Scene in Pitt County, N.C.
no date  A Tobacco Field Near Greenville, N.C.
no date  [Unidentified Men in a Pitt County Tobacco Field]
1895 March 22 [Letterhead of the Eastern Tobacco Warehouse, Greenville, NC]
1899 September 28 [Letterhead of Evans & Hooker, Greenville, NC]
1899 November 16 To the Tobacco Planters of North Carolina
1902 January 20 [Letterhead of Coward, Hooker & Company, Greenville, NC]
1904 January 25 [Letterhead of Parham & Parham, Greenville, NC]
1911  One of the First Tobacco Barns in Pitt County
1914 November 20 Export Leaf Tobacco Co. (Greenville, NC) Payroll Sheets
1922  Leaf Packing Factories of the Imperial Tobacco Co. in America: Farmville

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