Frank M. Wooten Jr. Papers

1902-1980s
Manuscript Collection #126
Creator(s)
Wooten, Frank M. (Frank Marion), 1916-
Physical description
16 Cubic Feet, 48 boxes, consisting of correspondence, pamphlets, proposed bills, reports, petitions, resolutions, bulletins, periodicals, printed bills, speeches, newspaper clippings, maps, photographs, minutes, rosters, brochures, photographs, and receipts.
Preferred Citation
Frank M. Wooten Jr. Papers (#126), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Repository
ECU Manuscript Collection
Access
No restrictions

Papers (1902-1980s, undated) of Greenville, NC, lawyer and member (1956-1961) of the N.C. House of Representatives and Greenville Mayor (1969-1971) Frank Marion Wooten, Jr. (1916-1992) consisting of correspondence, pamphlets, proposed bills, reports, petitions, resolutions, bulletins, periodicals, printed bills, and photographs. Crime and punishment-related topics, and tax issues are major topics covered.


Biographical/historical information

Frank Marion Wooten Jr. ( 3 May 1916-30 June 1992) was the son of Frank M. Wooten and Elizabeth Hampton (Wade) Wooten. He attended East Carolina College and the University of N.C. Law School, after which he joined his father's law practice in Greenville. Governor Luther Hodges appointed Wooten a member of the N.C. House of Representatives for the special session of 1956 after the resignation of Sam O. Worthington. Reelected in 1957, Wooten served through the session of 1961, after which he returned to the private practice of law. He was elected Mayor of Greenville for the 1969-1971 term.


Scope and arrangement

Legislative correspondence for the special session of 1956 concerns primarily race-related topics. Letters provide constituent views on public school segregation and the collateral issue of state funding of private schools, the segregation controversy, and causes of racial conflict as well as the possible effect of desegregation on Negro educators. Letters pertain to the Pearsall and PTA plans of desegregation, and the Governor's Commission for the Public Schools. A letter (18 April 1956) explains Wooten's opposition to a tobacco tax.

Legislative material includes proposed bills pertaining to desegregation, a report (undated) entitled "A Report to the N.C. Legislature by a group of Representative Negro Citizens...," an outline of eight proposed bills advocated by the Pearsall Education Committee (23 July 1956), recommendations on school reorganization, and a resolution from the office of power by the Supreme Court (August 1956).

Pamphlets of interest in the 1956 legislative series consist of editorials from the Richmond News Leader concerning interposition (1955-1956), and The Pearsall Plan to Save Our Schools (1956). An address before the civic clubs of Edgecombe County concerns anti-integration sentiments.

Legislative correspondence for the 1957 General Assembly concerns both major and minor issues. The bulk of the material consists of constituent letters advocating teachers' and state employees' salary increases. Many of these discuss bad teaching conditions resulting from inadequate salaries. The related issue of food or sales taxes to raise revenue also receives much attention. Numerous letters concern the effort to establish the East Carolina School of Nursing. Related letters concern efforts to increase appropriations for the Pitt County Mental Health Center. ECU-related letters pertain to the salary of President John Messick, the appropriation needs of ECU, the difficulties encountered by the school because of lack of funds, and an accusation by Messick that the University system maintained a double standard with ECU. A letter (January 1957) from Dean Henry Brandis outlines critical needs of the UNC Law School.

Several letters pertain to the imbroglio involving the development of the Morehead City port instead of the Wilmington port. Other topics of interest include a proposed automobile financial responsibility act, a proposed alteration in the Greenville City Charter affecting mayoral elections, the non-par banking controversy, and Charlotte, N.C., corporate limit extension.

A letter (13 May 1957) pertains to five proposed United States Constitutional amendments. Letters pertaining to N.C. courts comment on opposition to a justice of the peace selection in Greenville, N.C. (November 1956), an alteration of court terms (March 1957), and an increase in salaries of justices of the peace (March 1957). A letter from Governor Hodges comments on the need of court reform in North Carolina (May 1957).

Crime- and punishment-related topics include control of prearranged racing (7 March 1957), shoplifting (23 March 1957), pornography (2 April; 27 May, encl to May 21), and boats speeding on the Tar River (May 1957).

Form letters from the N.C. Democratic Executive Committee pertain to the national election of 1958. Letters pertain to the General Assembly speakership attempts of several aspirants.

Tax-related issues include a schedule of beer and wine excise taxes allocations (November 1956), a surtax on beer (4 June 1957), the negative effect of a tax on tobacco (October 1956), and a gasoline tax (18 March 1957).

Issues related to social problems include a letter advocating an alcoholic rehabilitation center with ancillary comments on the rehabilitation of alcoholics (12 March 1957). Letters pertaining to tourism complain of the pollution of the Tuckasegee River and its effect on tourism and local health conditions (March 1957). Another constituent opposes the expenditure of federal funds to sponsor businesses potentially competitive with established businesses (April 1957). Numbers of letters pertain to the implementation of daylight savings time (March, May 1957).

Other issues include Greenville Tobacco Company's advocation of the development of a port at Morehead City (4 March 1957), and opposition to a proposed requirement that tobacco manufacturers label packages (5 April 1957).

Legislative material includes proposed drafts of bills as well as various printed bills. Files pertain to general revenue and appropriations, and to appropriations for ECU. Other legislative material includes reports, petitions, resolutions, lobby material, bulletins, periodicals, and municipal records concerning Fountain, Greenville, and Bethel. Of particular interest are a resolution (18 October 1956) on the "Evils of [Negro] Bastardy" by the Pitt County Patriots of North Carolina and pamphlets pertaining to the United Federation of Teachers education program (March 1956), right to work laws (January 1957) and the "Campaign for 48 States," a U.S. Constitutional Amendment movement.

Legislative Session, 1959, correspondence relates to non-par banking, a legislative program for public education, increase in teachers' salaries, appropriations for the various state agencies, automobile financial responsibility, ECU budget and Nursing School, and a crown tax on soft drinks. Particular letters of interest (13 February 1959) discuss and suggest solutions for the problem of bastardy; comment on collective bargaining being made illegal by public employees (5 March 1959), and discuss the activities of the Municipal Government Study Commission (24 March 1959).

Other records of interest for the 1959 session include files on the Municipal Government Study Commission, petitions and resolutions, budget and appropriations material, printed bills, governor's messages, lobby material, publications, and newspaper clippings. Miscellaneous material for the 1959 session includes "Thimblerigger Courts," an attack by Judge Frank Wooten on the Bell Committee court system propositions (undated).

Correspondence for the 1961 General Assembly consists of similar legislative issues. Wooten chaired the Judiciary #1 Committee; and issues such as court reform, legislative reapportionment, and a state constitutional amendment to enlarge the Senate comprise important topics of discussion. Other legislative issues include compulsory automobile insurance, consumer finance, and regulation of "shell" homes. In a letter (20 February 1961) a Florida state legislator opposes the twenty-third amendment to give representation to the District of Columbia because of the Negro population majority in the area. Letters (January, April 1961) outline the appropriation needs of Pembroke State University. A letter (April 1961) discusses a plan to divert the "floundering" South from socialism. A similar letter (undated encl. to 19 May 1961) comments on the John Birch Society, socialism, and communism. Other letters (June 1961) pertain to the issue of capital punishment.

Independent correspondence files pertain to proposed legislation regulating certified public accountants, and budget-appropriation needs of ECU. Other 1961 session files include committee material, budget and appropriations material, and legislative committeereports. Drainage district files pertain to the Ahoskie Creek Watershed and a Pitt County right-of-way contract. The records include a summary of the small watershed program in N.C., as well as copies of drainage legislation. Files also pertain to automobile insurance legislation, reapportionment, certified public accountant bills, consumer finance, and North Carolina court reform. Clippings relate to reapportionment and other bills introduced by Wooten.

Correspondence files (1948-1957) reflect Wooten's membership and involvement in the Young Democratic Clubs of North Carolina. Letters concern the campaigns and administrations of William W. Staton (1951), Bedford W. Black (1952), Horace R. Kornegay (1953), John R. Jordan (1954), and Henry Hall Wilson (1954). Letters (May 1953) from Jesse Helms, then administrative assistant to Senator Willis Smith, concern a political squabble between Smith and YDC President William Harrison. An interesting letter (15 May 1953) classifies and evaluates prominent YDC members for political positions. Related material consists of minutes, reports, resolutions, financial papers, rosters, pamphlets, clippings, and miscellaneous.

Pitt County records include a flyer concerning N.C. municipal bonds (1934), a contract for auditing the accounts of Pitt County Schools (1934), a statement of uncollected taxes (1935), a legal brief (1935), valuations of Pitt County property (1937) and related material: a tax levy comparison, an argument favoring state reimbursement of counties having donated funds for the state highway system, and an outline of the cost of maintaining the county auditor's office. Later material includes a summary of estimated cash requirements and available cash in Pitt County (1951), as well as a list for election of registrars and judges for Pitt County (1954).

Wooten served for a brief time with the Office of Price Administration board for Pitt County. Correspondence (1946) consists of a letter containing procedural instructions and Wooten's letter of resignation. A flyer, "OPA3-B," delineates the fixed price of beer (1944).

Correspondence and related records pertain to the unsuccessful attempt of Alton A. Lennon to defeat Kerr Scott in the 1954 Senate primary. Material consists of letters of appreciation from Lennon, lists of campaign workers to receive congratulations, photocopies of State Highway Commission checks to Scott, as well as campaign receipts and bulletins. Other campaign materials include state Senate campaign records for 1946, 1948, and 1950.

Personal correspondence includes a complaint against the routing practices of the Seashore Transportation Company (10 June 1942) and a discussion of National Youth Administration appropriations by Senator Josiah Bailey (June 1943). Several letters pertain to Wooten's notification of parents that their sons had been captured by Germans, which he learned from shortwave radio transmissions (1943). Other letters pertain to the General Assembly speakership campaign of Carl Venters (1959). A letter from Chancellor J. D.Messick concerns ECU and the future nursing school (July 1958). Another letter discusses the problems and responsibilities of a legal secretary (March 1961).

Included in the Wooten papers is a folder of Frank M. Wooten Sr. correspondence (1917, 1923-1941, undated). Most of the letters concern Wooten family genealogy. Letters (March 1931) discuss the reorganization of the National Bank of Greenville. A Pitt County commissioner accuses the Greenville Daily Reflector of libel (October 1931), and a letter and enclosures (September 1931) concern the organization of farmers for security in the Depression. Of interest is a postcard containing a photograph of two Pitt County residents, Fred Venters Jr. and Sr., aged 76 and 106, respectively.

Legal papers include a waiver (1929) of notice of the first meeting of the directors of the Planters' Agricultural Credit Corp., the will of F. M. Wooten Sr. (1931), as well as a delineation of volumes in his library (undated).

Wooten genealogical typescripts include "Ensign Shadrach Wooten and the Wooten Family" (1933), and a history of the Loftin family (undated).

Newspaper clippings follow the political career of Wooten; they include various election returns, a 1932 Pitt County election, and the 1937 Pitt County budget.

Of interest in Wooten miscellaneous is a radio speech, "Strengthen Democracy for Defense," (1941), by F. M. Wooten.


Administrative information
Custodial History

May 19, 1970, six cubic feet; Correspondence, reports, legislation, and miscellaneous material (1902-1961). Gift of Mr. Frank M. Wooten Jr. Greenville, N.C.

April 16, 1993 (unprocessed addition 1), 1 volume; "Wooten family genealogy" By James Creech. Donor: Frank M. Wooten Estate.

June 20, 1993 (unprocessed addition 2), 7 cubic feet; Personal files dealing with state and local politics, N. C. General Assembly, East Carolina University, and litigation. Donor: Frank M. Wooten Jr. Estate.

February 26, 1996 (unprocessed addition 3), 1 cubic foot; Photographs, correspondence, and miscellany. Donor: Frank M. Wooten Jr. Estate.

March 1, 2017 (unprocessed addition 4), 1 cubic foot; Greenville High School (NC) diploma (1933); Pitt County Bar Association photograph (1946) and framed photograph of Wooten; programs (1930-1944) for plays, Armistice Day (1934), and for the celebration of the 350th Anniversary (1934) of the landing of the first English expedition to the New World; stationery envelopes from local businesses; correspondence (1930s to 1980s); and stationery belonging to Alice Green Hoffman. Donor: Dr. William I. Wooten III and Dr. Erin Wooten.

Source of acquisition

Gift of Mr. Frank M. Wooten Jr.

Gift of Dr. William I. Wooten III

Gift of Dr. Erin Wooten

Processing information

Processed by D. Lawson, June 1979

Encoded by Apex Data Services

Copyright notice

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


Related material

Portions of this collection have been digitized and are available here.


Key terms
Personal Names
Wooten, Frank M. (Frank Marion), 1916-
Family Names
Loftin family
Wooten family
Corporate Names
East Carolina College--History
North Carolina. General Assembly. House of Representatives
Pembroke State University
Young Democrats of America
Topical
Educational law and legislation--North Carolina
Lawyers--North Carolina--Greenville
Political campaigns--North Carolina--History--20th century
School integration--North Carolina
Segregation in education--North Carolina
Taxation--North Carolina
Places
North Carolina--Genealogy
North Carolina--Politics and government--1951-
Pitt County (N.C.)--History

Container list
Box 1 Special Legislative Session, 1956,correspondence, legislative material, pamphlets, miscellaneous; Legislative Session, 1957,correspondence (1956-Mar., 1957)
Box 2a Legislative Session, 1957,correspondence (April-Dec., 1957)
Box 2b Legislative Session, 1957,correspondence (April-Dec., 1957)
Box 3 Legislative Session, 1957,proposed bills, budget and appropriations, ECU appropriation, reports, petitions, resolutions, lobby material, municipal records
Box 4 Legislative Session, 1957,bulletins, pamphlets, periodicals, miscellaneous; Legislative Session, 1959,correspondence (1956-May, 1959)
Box 5 Legislative Session, 1959,correspondence (June, undated, 1959),municipal government study commission, petitions, resolutions, budget material, appropriations
Box 6 Legislative Session, 1959,appropriations (cont.d), proposed bills, printed bills, governor's messages, lobby material, pamphlets, Veterans' Commission report, publications
Box 7 Legislative Session, 1959,newspaper clippings, miscellaneous; Legislative Session, 1961,correspondence (1960-May 1-17, 1961)
Box 8 Legislative Session, 1961,correspondence (May 18-30 - June, 1961),correspondence (capital punishment, CPA's, ECU), ECU budget material, invitations, finance committee material, budget and appropriations, bills signed, legislative committee reports
Box 9a Legislative Session, 1961,drainage district, automobile insurance legislation, reapportionment, CPA legislation, consumer finance legislation, court reform legislation, miscellaneous bills
Box 9b Legislative Session, 1961,drainage district, automobile insurance legislation, reapportionment, CPA legislation, consumer finance legislation, court reform legislation, miscellaneous bills
Box 10a Legislative Session, 1961,addresses, resolutions, N.C. highways, N.C. libraries, bulletins, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, photographs, miscellaneous; Young Democratic Club correspondence (1951-1954).. Contains folders a–h
Box 10b Legislative Session, 1961,addresses, resolutions, N.C. highways, N.C. libraries, bulletins, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, photographs, miscellaneous; Young Democratic Club correspondence (1951-1954).. Contains folders i–k
Box 11 Young Democratic Club correspondence (1955-1957, n.d),minutes, reports, rosters, pamphlets, clippings, miscellaneous; Pitt County records; Office of Price Administration, Lennon campaign, and Wooten campaign
Box 12a Folder a Personal Correspondence, 1941 - 1957
Box 12a Folder b F.M. Wooten, Sr., Correspondence 1917, 1923 1941; undated
Box 12a Folder c 1961 - 1966, undated
Box 12a Folder d Personal Correspondence, 1958
Box 12a Folder e Legal Papers, 1902 - 1929, undated
Box 12a Folder f Business Papers, undated
Box 12a Folder g Wooten Genealogical Material, 1933; undated
Box 12a Folder h Invitations & Inaugural Records 1957 - 1961; undated
Box 12a Folder i Receipts, 1914 - 1954, undated
Box 12a Folder j Newspaper Clippings, 1915 - 1966, undated
Box 12a Folder k Periodicals, 1952 - 1961; undated
Box 34 Ledger
Box 35 Folder a East Carolina's Spade: "To Serve" An Almost Realistic Pageant of the History of the First Fifty Years of East Carolina College, by Emma L. Hooper [ca 1958] Mimeograph typescript. 1 item. 30 p
Box 35 Folder b East Carolina Teachers College [ECTC] Files (1934-1938, 1941, 1955) 39 items. 66 p
Box 35 Folder c Greenville High School files (1933-1936) 19 items. 38 p
Box 35 Folder d Greenville High School notes & clippings, etc. (1928-1935) 23 items. ca 55 p
Box 35 Folder e University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Law School printed materials (1935-1944) 15 items. 169 p
Box 35 Folder f University of North Carolina Chapel Hill & UNC Law School files & correspondence (1935-1941) 33 items. 45 p
Box 35 Folder g Wooten, Frank M., Sr. Memorabilia (1905-1937) 14 items. 237 p. Note: Includes Christmas card from Josephus Daniels [ca 1934-1935] & Book of Common Prayer, etc.] 14 items. 237 p
Box 36 Folder a Latta, Harry. Postcard to Mrs. Thomas Jarvis (1911) 1 item. 1 p
Box 36 Folder b Miscellaneous notes, clippings, brochures & ephemera (ca 1909-1989) 13 items. 22 p
Box 36 Folder c Photographic prints & photocopies (ca 1900-1920) 30 items. 21 p
Box 36 Folder d Postcards of family members (blank) (ca 1900-1920) 6 items. 6 p
Box 36 Folder h Wooten, Julia A. (Miss) Letters & envelopes received (1909, 1913) 2 items. 3 p
Box 37 Folder a Wooten, Bessie W. Correspondence with her son Frank M. Wooten, Jr. (1950s-1970s) ca 35 items. ca 85 p
Box 37 Folder b Wooten, Bessie W. Correspondence with her son Frank M. Wooten, Jr. (1942-1950s) ca 55 items. ca 115 p
Box 37 Folder c Wooten, Bessie W. Correspondence with her son Frank M. Wooten, Jr. (ca 1970s) ca 15 items ca 15 p
Box 37 Folder d Wooten, Bessie W. Correspondence with her son Frank M. Wooten, Jr. from Cuba (1943) 6 items 11 p
Box 37 Folder e Wooten, Bessie W. Letters to her son Frank M. Wooten, Jr. (1932-1938) 10 items 20 p
Box 37 Folder f Wooten, Bessie W. Letters to her son Frank M. Wooten, Jr. Mostly to Chapel Hill, NC (1938-1941) 24 items ca 55 p
Box 37 Folder g Wooten, Bessie W. Correspondence with Mrs. Hoffman & Gabriella (1947-1948) 4 items. 4 p
Box 37 Folder h Wooten, Frank M., Jr. Correspondence with his mother Bessie Wade Wooten, from Chapel Hill, NC (1938-1961) ca 150 items ca 250 p
Box 37 Folder i Wooten, Frank M., Sr. Letters to his son, Frank M. Wooten, Jr., in Chapel Hill, NC (1936-1941) 21 items. 45 p
Box 38 Folder a Adams, H. E. (Mr.) Postcards received (1906) 2 items. 2 p
Box 38 Folder b Brantley, E. F. Postcards received (1910) 1 item. 1 p
Box 38 Folder c Miscellaneous cards, etc. (ca 1907-1914) 9 items. 9 p
Box 38 Folder d Photographic prints (ca 1907-1914) 3 items. 3 p
Box 38 Folder e Postcards (blank) Advertising, Humorous, Holidays & Miscellaneous (ca 1906-1914) 11 items. 11 p
Box 38 Folder f Postcards (blank) Family & Friends (ca 1906-1914) 7 items. 7 p
Box 38 Folder g Postcards (blank) Alabama - Georgia - Missouri - New Hampshire (ca 1906-1914) 8 items. 8 p
Box 38 Folder h Postcards (blank) Florida - Virginia (ca 1906-1914) 9 items 9 p
Box 38 Folder i Postcards (blank) China - New York Zoological Park (ca 1906-1914) 15 items. 15 p
Box 38 Folder j Wooten, Ada (Miss) Postcards received (1906-1908) 53 items. 53 p
Box 38 Folder k Wooten, Ada (Miss) Postcards received (1909-1910) 85 items. 85 p
Box 38 Folder l Wooten, Ada (Miss) Postcards received (1911-1912) 89 items. 89 p
Box 38 Folder m Wooten, Ada (Miss) Postcards received (1913-1914) 53 items. 60 p
Box 38 Folder n Wooten, John C. Postcards received (1911) 2 items. 2 p
Box 38 Folder o Wooten, Julia A. (Mrs. J. A.) Postcards received (1907-1910) 68 items. 68 p
Box 38 Folder p Wooten, Julia A. (Mrs. J. A.) Postcards received (1911-1914) 55 items. 56 p
Box 38 Folder q Wooten, Ruth (Miss) Postcards received (1912) 3 items. 3 p
Box 39 Folder a Archer. Correspondence (1,3 Sept. 1943) 3 items. 4 p
Box 39 Folder b Evertine & Marianne. Correspondence (19.29 August 1943) 1 item. 4 p
Box 39 Folder c Griesemer, Alice Templin. Miscellaneous items (1944, 1990, n.d.) 9 items. 10 p
Box 39 Folder d Griesemer, Alice Templin. Correspondence (June - Sept. 1943) ca 75 items ca 150 p
Box 39 Folder e Griesemer, Alice Templin. Correspondence (July - Dec. 1943) ca 50 items ca 100 p
Box 39 Folder f Griesemer, Alice Templin. Correspondence (Jan. - March 1944) ca 40 items ca 80 p
Box 39 Folder g Griesemer, Alice Templin. Correspondence (April - June 1944) ca 40 items ca 80 p
Box 39 Folder h Griesemer, Alice Templin. Correspondence (July - Dec. 1944) ca 35 items ca 75 p. Note: Frank M. Wooten, Jr. asked Alice Templin Griesemer, a public health student at UNC Chapel Hill, to marry him; she refused and married Dr. Charles Laval Williams, Jr., Senior Assitant Surgeon, US Public Health Service on 14 October 1944; she died in Nov. 1946
Box 39 Folder i Griesemer, Edith H. Correspondence (3/9/1944) 1 item. 2 p
Box 39 Folder j Marindale, Ella Catherine Griesemer [Alice's sister] Correspondence (1944, 1946) 3 items. 8 p
Box 39 Folder k Pattie, Peggie & Maude. Correspondence (1944, n.d.) 4 items. 5 p
Box 39 Folder l Virginia. Correspondence with Alice Templin Griesemer (ca 1943-1944) 3 items. 3 p
Box 39 Folder m Wooten. Frank M., Jr. Letters & Drafts of letters to the Griesemer family (ca 1944) 5 items ca 25 p
Box 39 Folder n Wooten, Frank M., Sr. (Mrs.) Postcards to Frank M. Wooten, Jr. (son) (Augf. 1943) 5 items. 5 p
Box 40 Folder a BWW & FMW, Jr. Political writings, re: FMW, Jr. & urban renewal. (ca 1960a) ca 8 items ca 24 p
Box 40 Folder b FMW, Jr. General Assembly clippings, campaigns, etc. (1940-1971) ca 35 items ca 60 p
Box 40 Folder c FMW, Jr. Mayor clippings, articles, etc. (1943-1969) ca 10 items ca 20 p
Box 40 Folder d FMW, Jr. Luther Hodges & General Politics (ca 1970) 2 items. 2 p
Box 41 Folder a Political Ephemera (1954-1987, n.d.) 13 items. 13 p
Box 41 Folder b Political Correspondence, Notes, Receipts, Speeches, Etc. (1945-1972, n.d.) ca 15 items ca 30 p
Box 41 Folder c Memorandum Book of Prohibition Campaign of 1908 (1908) 1 vol. 6 p. used out of 76 p
Box 42 Frank M. Wooten, Jr.Grade School & High School Memorabilia & Ephemera (1928-1944) 11 items. 75 p. Note: Includes wooden stake, wooden wedge, ping pong ball, 2 wallets, American Legion poppy, autograph book, collection of stamps, etc
Box 44 Frank M. Wooten, Jr.Grade School & High School Composition & Note books (ca 1928-1936) 16 vols. ca 560 p
Box 45 Frank M. Wooten, Jr. East Carolina Teachers College [ECTC] Looseleaf Note books & note cards (ca 1937-1938) 3 items ca 125 p
Box 46 Frank M. Wooten, Jr. Political Brochures, Pamphlets, Broadsides, Etc. (ca 1939-1990, n.d.) 36 items ca 325 p
Box 47 Frank M. Wooten, Jr. Political Memorabilia & Ephemera (ca 1940-1971, n.d.) Note: Includes political buttons, campaign cards, membership cards, pens and pencils, Winston cigarette lighter, paper napkin, name tags, thimbles, wooden coins, nail file, etc. 55 items ca 55 p
Box 48 Folder a Greenville High School & East Carolina Teachers College (ca 1935-1941, n.d.) 4 items
Box 48 Folder b North Carolina Legislature (1946-1962, n.d.) 75 items
Box 48 Folder c Greenville Mayor (1970-1973, n.d.) 55 items