Tabitha Marie DeVisconti Papers

1705-1983, undated
Manuscript Collection #480
Creator(s)
DeVisconti, Tabitha Marie
Physical description
19.97 Cubic Feet, 5000 items , consisting of correspondence, diaries, genealogical records, legal and financial records, club records, photographs, clippings, and miscellaneous.
Preferred Citation
Tabitha Marie DeVisconti Papers (#480), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Repository
ECU Manuscript Collection
Access
No restrictions

Papers (1705-1983, undated) including correspondence, diaries, genealogical records, legal and financial records, club records, photographs, clippings, surveys, and miscellaneous.


Biographical/historical information

Tabitha Marie DeVisconti (1891-1983), a descendant of Revolutionary War hero Major Benjamin May, was a leading citizen of Farmville, N.C., for many years. She was the daughter of Adeline Gertrude May, of Pitt County, N.C., and John Augustus Lorenzo DeVisconti, an Italian count who had property in Texas and Mexico. The DeViscontis married in 1890 in Texas, where their daughter Tabitha was born, and, after living there briefly, moved to Farmville in 1891. The parents separated shortly before the birth of their second daughter, Sue May, in 1893. Lorenzo returned to Texas while Adeline remained in Farmville taking care of her lands and managing a branch office of Victor Associates, Chemists (1894-1896). After the divorce was finalized early in 1901, Adeline remarried her first husband, Francis Dupree. Later that same year she entered the state hospital, and subsequently died. Tabitha and Sue May were then raised by their aunt, Sue May Albritton. They had a half brother, Paul Clifford Dupree, an issue of their mother's first marriage to Francis Dupree, and a half sister, Virginia Salter, issue of an earlier marriage of their father.

Tabitha DeVisconti attended the Women's College in Richmond, Va. (1913-1914) and then returned to Farmville to begin a very active civic life. She was a member and later president of the Major Benjamin May chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and belonged to numerous other clubs and organizations, serving as an officer in most of them. Her memberships included the Farmville Literary Club, the Women's Club, the Pitt County Historical Society, the Daughters of the American Colonists, the Queen Anne Chapter of the U.S. Daughters of the War of 1812, and the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Miss DeVisconti was town librarian in Farmville for several years and active in the construction of a library building. She also organized a Bird Club for Farmville youth and as an active member of the U.S.O., she opened a servicemen's center in Farmville during World War II. Miss DeVisconti served on the Pitt County Public Welfare Committee (1927-1943), sold war bonds and Easter seals, was active in the Red Cross, and was a member of the Pitt County Tuberculosis Committee. She also served as genealogist for the Tyson-May Renuion Association for many years.

Sue May DeVisconti (1893-1946) attended St. Mary's College in Raleigh, N.C. (1911-1912), and then married Benjamin Streeter Sheppard, Jr., in 1912. They moved to Florida where Sheppard was employed as an insurance agent. In 1920 they purchased the Wright Hotel in Raleigh, which they operated and then sold in 1924. They travelled through the Midwest and West, reaching California in 1926, and then returned to Raleigh to start a real estate business. In 1934, the Sheppards moved back to Farmville.

Lorenzo DeVisconti (1836-1918) was born in northern Italy, raised in Italy and Austria, served in the Austrian Army, and arrived in Mexico in 1863. He travelled to New Orleans where he was impressed into service in the Union Army, and then he fled to New York City for the duration of the Civil War. He spent several years in the Midwest before returning to Texas. A teacher after 1870, he taught and farmed for the remainder of his life.


Scope and arrangement

(For a more detailed description of his life, see obituary [#480.18.e].)

The collection is divided into several series. These include family correspondence; personal correspondence of Tabitha DeVisconti; diaries of Lorenzo DeVisconti and Tabitha DeVisconti, and materials concerning Sue May DeVisconti Sheppard; items concerning the Tyson-May Family, including correspondence, records of the Tyson-May Reunion Association, and genealogical notes on the Tyson-May, Dupree, DeVisconti, and other related families; Daughters of the American Revolution items; material concerning clubs and civic activities; miscellaneous items; family legal and financial papers relating to the May, Albritton, Bynum, DeVisconti, Dupree, Joyner, and Sheppard families; pamphlets and clippings; and photographs.

An early reminiscence (1861), found in the diary notes (#480.17.h), details Lorenzo DeVisconti's life in the Austrian Army and membership in the Comitato Veneziano in an effort to overthrow Austrian rule in the Italian provinces. Later he recounts (#480.17.h) meeting his wife, Adeline, and their early life in Texas (1889-1891), their move to North Carolina and life in Farmville (1891-1892), and his return to Texas (1892).

A reminiscence written in a 1910 diary and an undated diary (#480.18.b) details his arrival (1863) in Matamores, Mexico, and his travels through the countryside along the Mexican/Texas border. He subsequently describes a steamer trip to New Orleans and his impressment into Union service, a series of escapes and captures, and his trip to New York City on the steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON, disguised as an assistant cook. For the post Civil War period, he describes localities in the Midwest- Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Iowa- where he farmed, hunted, and taught English and German before returning to Texas.

Texas and Mexico are major early topics of interest. Lorenzo DeVisconti's diaries and diary notes for the 1890s and early 1900s describe teaching school and farming near San Antonio, Texas, and the surrounding areas of New Braunfels, Floresville, and Cuero. He also taught and farmed near Wharton, Alice, San Diego, Sabine, Bellville and Fredericksburg, Texas. Entries repeatedly note the number of German settlers in the area and the weather, including "northers," droughts (1897, 1901), and storms (1900, 1902). There are particularly fine descriptions of Texan and Mexican buildings, towns, and countryside throughout the diaries, especially Mission Espada (1901) and San Antonio, in Texas, and the caves nearby (1904-1905), as well as a trip to Queretaro, Acambaro, and San Luis Potosi, Mexico (1906). Concerning his years in Texas he describes visits to churches including Methodist (1897, 1906), Baptist (1901), Presbyterian (1901), and Catholic (1861, 1863[1910 diary], 1901), and the uselessness of religion (1906); excursions with his school children to the caves around San Antonio (1904, 1905); holidays (1901-1902, 1905, 1909), which included a trip to Galveston (1902) where he watched a circus set up at the Auditorium; taking and developing photographs (1901-1905); and listening to a graphophone (1905-1906). Teaching classes, meeting with school patrons (1902-1906), and attending Teacher Institutes (1897, 1902, 1905-1906); the difficulty of growing cotton (1897, 1900, 1902) and pecans (1897-1898); gardening (1904-1905); raising poultry (1902-1905); travel by horse, donkey, rig, and train; prices for supplies, meals and transportation (1897, 1903, 1905); and occasionally hunting (1897-1898) are all noted. Diary entries also indicate that DeVisconti was averse to the use of tobacco (1897-1898, 1902) and wrote letters and signed a petition against alcohol (1901). He also comments on raising silkworms in Texas (1905); travels in Mexico (1863[1910 diary], 1901, 1903, 1917); and a brick factory, and an earthen pipe factory in Calvares (1901).

Other Texas-related topics covered in Lorenzo DeVisconti's diaries and diary notes include contests and festivities (1902, 1905); school preparations for President Roosevelt's trip to Texas (1905); experiences with a travelling opera company (1901); tenant farmers (1897); fishing at the town of Aransas (1901); social problems of incest (undated), drunkenness (1902, 1905), theft (1903), and the segregation of Mexicans in the schools (1902); the salary of teachers (1902-1906); early automobile accidents (1906, 1917); activities of the Salvation Army (1902-1903, 1905, 1909); and the satanical influence of women (1901).

International events mentioned in Lorenzo DeVisconti's diaries and diary notes include the Russo-Japanese War (1905), the Spanish-American War (1897-1898), the Boer War (1901), and the Dreyfus Affair (1899). Difficulties of and with the Mexican government and its revolutionary factions (1896-1918) were a constant concern. In correspondence and diary entries, Lorenzo describes his capture by rebels at Hacienda Espirito Santo and his near hanging (1901), his travels back and forth across the border, the necessity of leaving his farm along the Valles River to escape Pancho (1913-1918), and his strong opinions about President Wilson's handling of Villa (1915).

Family correspondence largely concerns the immediate DeVisconti family and close relatives. Adeline discusses the harshness of living conditions in Cedar, Texas (1891), the number of murders and suicides in the area, and the fact that the majority of the women in the area speak only German. The divorce of Lorenzo and Adeline DeVisconti is discussed (1896-1899) in their correspondence; and letters (1911-1912) written by Sue May DeVisconti to her family discuss her school expenses for St. Mary's School in Raleigh, N.C. Other family correspondence (1915-1924) concerns the move of Tabitha's half sister, Virginia Salter, and her family from Texas to New Mexico. Weather, the frequency of sandstorms, land descriptions and prices, farming, the towns of Delphos and Portales, New Mexico, and the Salter family's new social life are all discussed. Later correspondence notes floods in Kentucky (1937) and Montana (1948, 1964), and the Montana Centennial Celebration (1964).

Tabitha DeVisconti's personal correspondence also includes many letters from friends, suitors and acquaintances. Letters from Robert Roy Meador (1914-1926), a tobacco salesman in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Kentucky, discuss the opening (1915) of the tobacco market in Robersonville, N.C., prices, and the day's sales. One post card gives an interior view of the Farmer's Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse in Carlisle, Ky. (1914). He also mentions the preparations for the festivities in Charlotte, N.C., (1916) in honor of the Mecklenburg Declaration, which Governor Craig and President Wilson were expected to attend. Other commentators (1918) describe a trip across eastern North Carolina and the conditions of the inhabitants met along the way, while others comment on labor conditions at a mill in Charleston, S.C. (1913).

Illness and death are recurring topics throughout all the correspondence. Adeline DeVisconti Dupree's entrance into a state hospital is mentioned in 1901 correspondence as is the cost of morphine addiction treatment at Broadoaks Sanatorium in Morganton, N.C. Several family members' deaths are noted (1908, 1912, 1920) in the correspondence and there are many condolence letters received at the time of Sue May DeVisconti Sheppard's death (1946). There is also a file of condolences written to Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Hendricks on the death of their child (1922). B. S. Sheppard, Sr., wrote to his wife in 1896 about a yellow fever epidemic in Belize, Honduras. In his 1897 diary notes Lorenzo DeVisconti relates how he was unable to enter Galveston, Texas, because of a yellow fever quarantine. He wrote frequently of being ill while teaching school and farming in Texas. In his 1910diary reminiscence, he recalls an early scarlet fever epidemic in Iowa (ca. late 1860s) and the necessity of burying two of his pupils, while later he describes his own illnesses as well as epidemics of dengue fever (1897), smallpox (1902), and measles (1904). Typhoid in Florence, Italy, and the resulting sanitation ordinances (1917) are mentioned in correspondence as are the influenza epidemics in Tarboro, N.C., (1920) and at the National Guard Camp at Fort Monroe, Va., (1918). The use of cocaine as a medication and its effects are described (1918). Ben Sheppard wrote of the unsanitary conditions, the prevalence of venereal disease, and the treatment for alcoholism at the N.C. State Hospital (1920s). Tabitha DeVisconti's operation at Duke University Hospital and the resulting x-ray treatment are also noted (1930). Letters (1916-1917) between Associated Charities of San Antonio (Texas) and Tabitha DeVisconti concern Lorenzo DeVisconti's welfare.

Entertainments are occasionally mentioned in the correspondence. Correspondents describe vaudeville shows and boat rides in Charleston, S.C. (1913), a showing of Birth of a Nation in Kentucky (1916), and a vacation in the Japanese "Alps" (1962).

Correspondence from the early twentieth century along a military theme includes notes and cards from Camp Connell, Philippine Islands (1907), and from aboard the USAT SHERMAN (1908). A series of post cards from aboard the USS VERMONT (1913) during a tour in the Caribbean detail ship activities in log form from February through April giving an informal commentary on crew activities, ship locations, and the political upheaval in Mexico. Other correspondents discuss pay, a tour of duty, social life, and recreation in Panama; working conditions during the building of the Panama Canal; and living conditions in Balboa (1916). World War I is seen from several viewpoints. Letters contain comments concerning Black enlistment to fight in France (May 1917); problems with the draft board (Jan. 1918); and a visit to Greensboro, N.C., by Charlie Chaplin to encourage people to buy liberty bonds (April 1918).

A number of letters from Donald Baucom, representative of a shipping company in Southeast Asia, are concerned with several topics. Clothing prices in Hong Kong (1960), the merging of Malaya and Singapore, and Malaya's agricultural economy are discussed (1962). Long descriptions of activities in Vietnam during the early war period are given including a description of the police state and the presidency of Ngo Dinh Diem (1963), social life in Saigon (1965), the Chinese communists crossing the Hong Kong border, and war rationing in Hong Kong (1967). Bascom also mentions the purchase of Chinese porcelain in Japan (1962), extremely high duty taxes in Hong Kong (1978), and a trip to the Forbidden City (1979).

Several diaries (1920s-1982) kept by Tabitha DeVisconti reflect daily activities, family visits and events, trips, and funerals, as well as the many club activities in which she participated.

Separate files concerning Sue May DeVisconti consist of essays and papers, and materials referring to St. Mary's School in Raleigh, N.C., such as bills for tuition, school songs, and a letter to parents (1911). A file on the Women's College in Richmond (1913-1914), which Tabitha DeVisconti attended, includes a graduation program, a brochure describing the college, and some miscellaneous papers. A file on home nursing (1918, 1942) includes notes Tabitha DeVisconti took in connection with her war work and Red Cross activities.

One of Tabitha DeVisconti's principle interests was genealogy. She was a member and frequent officer of the Benjamin May Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (1925-1982). She was active in the building of their chapter house (1930) and participated in their many programs. Information included in the collection concerns activities of the national organization as well as the local chapter. Information about the Tyson monument (1927) and photographs of the Tyson and the May monuments' dedications are included. The Tyson-May Reunion Association file (1906-1981) includes minutes, programs, speeches, and correspondence followed by files of Tyson and May genealogy, related Pitt County family genealogies, and miscellaneous genealogies (see genealogy card listing for specific family names). Also found in this collection are correspondence, minutes, reports, and a yearbook concerning her membership in the Queen Anne Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists (1953-1973).

There are numerous files containing correspondence, minutes, programs, and reports concerning the Farmville, N.C., chapters of the Women's Club, the Garden Club, and the Bird Club for the 1920s through the 1970s. Miss DeVisconti's club activities were frequently interwoven. Some of the Garden Club, Women's Club, and Bird Club materials along with her agricultural correspondence file reflect a basic interest in conservation. Correspondence concerning her farm land notes soil building (1930s), while Garden Club files note reforestation demonstrations in the schools (1928), a forest fire on her land (1928), her concerns about a roadside control and development bill (1938), her successful application to have a wildlife sanctuary established on her land under the Cooperative Farm Game Program (1940), and her concern about billboards on highways (1963). Contacts with the N. C. Department of Forestry concerning plans to plant trees and shrubs along the edge of the highway (1928) are found in the Garden Club files, and the Women's Club files (1926) note a similar idea in correspondence with Frank Page, Chairman of the N. C. Highway Commission. Other Women's Club material includes a letter from Ilka Chase (1940) promoting her radio program, "Luncheon at the Waldorf," to clubwomen. The Bird Club was begun in 1940 to teach children about wildlife and there is a small amount of correspondence, minutes, and miscellaneous items (1940s) concerning it found in this collection.

Active in the Red Cross and the U.S.O. during both World Wars, Miss DeVisconti worked with families of servicemen verifying Home Service Care needs, supported the U.S. Naval Hospital at Camp LeJeune, N.C., and took a home nursing course (1918-1919).She also corresponded with the servicemen she knew through her U.S.O. and Red Cross work, receiving letters mentioning influenza at Fort Monroe, Va. (1918), and describing the area surrounding Labanac, France, and officers' quarters in a large country home. A clipping (oversize file) concerns the U.S. Training Corps Camp at Asheville, N.C., and a women's war effort started during World War I and continuing afterwards. During World War II, she was chairman of the Christmas Seals program (1942), active in the Bloodmobile program, and established a servicemen's center in Farmville where the men could relax and have a good meal. Occasionally, she would put them up overnight in her own home. Once they were overseas, she maintained contact and also kept in touch with their families. Their letters to her mention fighter squadrons protecting the New York City area, a sand storm at a desert training center (1942), U.S.O. camp shows in the Pacific, activities of the Red Cross Grey Ladies at Camp LeJeune, descriptions of New Caledonia (1944) and a jungle near Assam, India (1945), the importance of the island Ie Shima, and the attack on Okinawa (1945). A map and description of the 1944 route to the Philippines is included and notes the importance of Manus, Admiralty Islands (1945). A commissioning program for the USS JOHN C. BUTLER gives a military history of Butler and a drawing of the ship. Homefront materials include registers and other materials concerning the servicemen's center at Farmville (1943-1945), a Ground Observer's Guide put out by the Air Force, Pitt County ration books, and a Pitt County poster concerned with saving scrap aluminum. Postwar correspondence with these servicemen and their families largely concerns their settling into civilian life and the activities of the men and their families, though one discussed racial riots in New York City (1964).

Miss DeVisconti served as librarian for the Farmville public library in the 1930s and was involved with the building of a new library in the early 1940s. A file on the library notes book circulation, rental books, fines, and orders (1930-1932). She was also active in the Farmville Literary Club as evidenced by her files of correspondence, minutes, programs, and clippings (1919-1973).

As a member of the Board of Pitt County Public Welfare Committee (1927-1931), Miss DeVisconti was concerned with mother's aid, tuberculosis cases, and general unemployment and relief. This file includes financial reports for the department (1928-1929), information about a county home (1926-1927), and a report on Poor Relief (1928). A file on Crossnore School in Avery County, N.C., includes monthly reports and pamphlets that describe the school's welfare work program and activities.

Farmville Christian Church material (1947-1948) details a controversy surrounding the removal of cemetery tombstones by the minister and their eventual replacement. Bulletins from various Farmville churches are also included.

A file on Farmville contains a premium list from the Farmville Community Fair (1917), commencement programs from the Farmville public schools (1943-1953), an undated pamphlet, "Facts about Farmville," which includes pictures, and materialsconcerning the May Museum and Park opening (1991). A similar file for Pitt County contains a history of Greenville, gives Greenville community data, and notes Pitt County conservation practices (1947). A file of North Carolina historical material includes a map of early homes in Edgecombe County and Tarboro and a pamphlet on Greensboro (1920s) that includes pictures.

Miscellaneous items include post office accounts for Speight's Bridge in Greene County, (1836, 1839-1840), a Farmville cider license (1905), and a detailed character evaluation and phrenological description done in Hyde County (undated). Also found is a 1925 publication about Howey, Fla, and the W. J. Howey orange groves; a Trinity College calendar (1911) containing photographs; and a diary (1931-1932, 1935) kept by Mrs. Annie Louise Mashburn of Farmville in which she records her religious thoughts.

Of general military interest is an Army Soldier's Handbook (1891 revised edition) containing Francis Dupree's entries for clothing (1892-1894) as a member of the 4th Regiment Artillery. A file of legal and financial records includes the pension application (1879) of Mildred Little, wife of Bryant Little of Pitt County, N.C., who was a soldier in the War of 1812. A file of May family legal and financial records includes an Oath of Allegiance (1865) for James W. May. A guide to battlefields around the city of Richmond, Va. (1914), is included in a publications file.

Legal and financial papers for the Albritton family (1883-1908), Joyner family (1799-1902), and the Bynum family (1841-1888) contain promissory notes, receipts, land records, and slave records (1841, 1853) concerning mainly Pitt County, N.C. Legal and financial files of the May and Dupree families of Pitt County, N.C., contain agreements for the sale of slaves, some of them children (1787, 1795, 1810, 1817, 1823, 1831), as well as receipts, promissory notes, account books, and land records. Also found are estate records concerning James W. May and J. E. B. May (1880s), Addie G. Dupree (1902), and Sue May Albritton (1908-1910). An account book contains the records (1901-1907) for Sue May Albritton as guardian for Tabitha and Sue May DeVisconti and their half brother Paul Dupree. A file of wills concerns William Bryant of Dobbs County, Fanny Hines of Wilson County, and Tabitha May and F. M. Dupree of Pitt County, all of North Carolina, and Robert Carr of Nansemond County, Virginia.

Family deeds and indentures are primarily concerned with lands in Dobbs, Pitt, and Greene counties, N.C. (1762-1879), though the Albrittons and DeViscontis also owned land in the Tampa, Florida, area. One deed concerns the sale of Hookerton Female Institute in Greene Co., N.C., to Elias Carr in 1866. There is also an extensive survey of the lands belonging to the DeVisconti heirs in the Farmville area. R. L. Davis and Lorenzo DeVisconti corresponded (1892) about their mutual interest in keeping the Florida land. An undated diary note makes reference to Adeline DeVisconti recovering her lots through a lawsuit. According to a title abstract chart, the families still held the land in 1916 and by 1940, B.S. Sheppard was developng real estate in that area.

As an owner of farm land in Pitt County, Miss DeVisconti was concerned with the local Farm Bureau program (1938), acreage allotments (1930s-1950s), soil building (1939-1940), the possibility of cotton marketing quotas (1939), and the sale of pine (1967). A file of cotton sales records indicates sales (1925-1959). A file of tobacco materials includes sketches of Sheppard land (1935), information on a referendum to determine tobacco quotas (1952), and instructions on the use of a tobacco marketing card (1969). A file of tobacco sales receipts is included for occasional years of the first quarter of the twentieth century. Income and expenditures (1959-1960) list tenants while diaries occasionally make reference to her own farm work (1930s-1940s).

Tabitha DeVisconti's legal and financial file (1915-1980) includes financial records, testimony concerning the settling of Addie Dupree's estate after F. M. Dupree died, and a brief for Dupree et al v. Bridgers et al (1915). This latter brief involved contracts with the East Carolina Railway made by a guardian for Tabitha and Sue May DeVisconti.

Files of Sheppard legal and financial papers (1876-1932) contain many deeds and mortgages, a survey of B. S. Sheppard's land (1897) as well as one for Sue May Sheppard's own land in Farmville (1931), and deeds (1913) concerning the aforementioned East Carolina Railway contracts.

Travel pamphlets include one of "Souvenir Views of Lorain (Ohio) Tornado" (1924), as well as travel guides to Richmond, Va. (1914, 1916), and the Eagle's Nest Hotel in Eagle's Nest, N.C.

A file of political material includes correspondence from Alton Lennon (1954) about his upcoming term and from William B. Umstead (1952) about a recent speech. Also included are pamphlets and broadsides for Samuel J. Everett (1926), Allen J. Maxwell (1931, 1940), W. Kerr Scott (1948), and Frank Porter Graham (undated).

Photographs are predominantly family photographs although there are some of buildings in the Farmville area.

Oversize folders include land records and surveys, Lorenzo DeVisconti diary pages, slave sale records (1795-1810), a 1923 map of the N.C. State Highway system, a survey of the Farmville "colored cemetery" (1945), surveys for a Tampa, Florida, land development (1940), Albritton and DeVisconti land holdings in Florida (1916), photographs, genealogy, Speight's Bridge Post Office accounts (1839-1840), and issues of the Farmville Spotlight (1933-1934), a supplement to the Farmville Enterprise newspaper.


Administrative information
Custodial History

November 18, 1983, ca. 4,250 items; Papers (1760-1980), including correspondence, photographs, diary fragments, land records, legal documents, clippings, and miscellaneous.

September 15, 1984, ca. 300 items; Daughters of the American Revolution records and genealogical files.

October 29, 1984, ca. 550 items; Records of Farmville Garden Club, Women's Club, D.A.R., and other organizations.

October 25, 1985, 9 cubic feet; Correspondence, minutes, clippings, diary entries, photographs, and miscellaneous materials. Gift of May Museum and Park Commission, Farmville, N.C.

Source of acquisition

Gift of May Museum and Park Commission

Processing information

Processed by J. Layne; M. Boccaccio, November 1990

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.


Key terms
Personal Names
Albritton family
Bynum family
DeVisconti family
DeVisconti, Lorenzo, 1836-1918
DeVisconti, Sue May, 1893-1946
DeVisconti, Tabitha Marie, 1890-1983
Dupree family
Joyner family
Sheppard family
Tyson-May family
Corporate Names
Daughters of the American Revolution. Major Ben May Chapter (Farmville, N.C.)
Tyson-May Reunion Association
Topical
Land use--North Carolina--Pitt County
Librarians--North Carolina--Farmville
Slave records--North Carolina
Soldiers, Black--France
World War, 1914-1918--War work--North Carolina
World War, 1939-1945--War work--North Carolina

Container list
Box 2 Folder a Family Correspondence 1960-1966
Box 2 Folder b Family Correspondence 1967-1983
Box 2 Folder c Family Correspondence Undated
Box 2 Folder d1 Personal Correspondence 1908-1912
Box 3 Folder a Personal Correspondence January-March 1915
Box 3 Folder b Personal Correspondence April-May 1915
Box 3 Folder c Personal Correspondence June-July 1915
Box 3 Folder d Personal Correspondence August-September 1915
Box 3 Folder f Personal Correspondenc, December 1915
Box 3 Folder g Personal Correspondenc, January 1916
Box 3 Folder h Personal Correspondenc, February 1916
Box 4 Folder a Personal Correspondenc, March 1916
Box 4 Folder b Personal Correspondenc, April 1916
Box 4 Folder c Personal Correspondenc, May 1916
Box 4 Folder e Personal Correspondenc, July 1916
Box 4 Folder g Personal Correspondence September-October 1916
Box 5 Folder a Personal Correspondenc, November 1916
Box 5 Folder b Personal Correspondenc, December 1916
Box 5 Folder c Personal Correspondenc, January 1917
Box 5 Folder d Personal Correspondence February-March 1917
Box 5 Folder e Personal Correspondence April-May 1917
Box 6 Folder a Personal Correspondence August-October 1917
Box 6 Folder b Personal Correspondence November-December 1917
Box 6 Folder c Personal Correspondence January-February 1918
Box 6 Folder d Personal Correspondence March-May 1918
Box 6 Folder f Personal Correspondence October-December 1918
Box 8 Folder b Personal Correspondence May, June 1920
Box 8 Folder c Personal Correspondence July, August 1920
Box 8 Folder d Personal Correspondence September-October 1920
Box 8 Folder e Personal Correspondence November-December 1920
Box 8 Folder f Personal Correspondence January-February 1921
Box 9 Folder a Personal Correspondence January-April 1922
Box 9 Folder b Personal Correspondence May-July 1922
Box 9 Folder c Personal Correspondence August-December 1922
Box 9 Folder d Personal Correspondence January-May 1923
Box 9 Folder e Personal Correspondence June-December 1923
Box 9 Folder f Personal Correspondence January-July 1924
Box 9 Folder g Personal Correspondence August-December 1924
Box 9 Folder h Personal Correspondence January 1925 , March 1926
Box 11 Folder a Personal Correspondence 1957-1959
Box 11 Folder b Personal Correspondence 1960-1964
Box 11 Folder c Personal Correspondence 1965-1969
Box 11 Folder d Personal Correspondence 1970-1983
Box 11 Folder e Personal Correspondence Undated
Box 11 Folder f Personal Correspondence Undated
Box 11 Folder g Personal Correspondence Undated
Box 12 Folder a Personal Correspondence Post Cards Undated
Box 12 Folder b Invitations
Box 12 Folder c Invitations
Box 12 Folder d Invitations
Box 12 Folder e Greeting Cards
Box 12 Folder f Wedding and Graduation Invitations
Box 14 Folder a Diary 1918-1925
Box 14 Folder b Diary 1929-1937
Box 14 Folder c Diary 1940-1949
Box 14 Folder d Diary 1950-1959
Box 14 Folder e Diary 1960-1969
Box 14 Folder f Diary 1970-1973
Box 14 Folder g Diary 1974-1976
Box 15 Folder a Diary 1977-1979
Box 15 Folder b Diary 1980-1982
Box 15 Folder c Diary Undated
Box 15 Folder d Calendar 1928
Box 15 Folder e Calendar 1953, 1956, 1958
Box 15 Folder f Calendar 1961-1966
Box 15 Folder g Calendar 1976, 1978-1979
Box 16 Folder a Memoranda Books 1914-1934
Box 16 Folder b Memoranda Books 1940s-1950s
Box 16 Folder c Memoranda Books 1960s-1970s
Box 16 Folder d Birth Certificate
Box 16 Folder e Scrapbook
Box 16 Folder f Womens College of Richmond
Box 16 Folder g School Notebooks
Box 16 Folder h School Notebooks
Box 16 Folder i Home Nursing Course 1918, 1942
Box 17 Folder a Sue May Sheppard Essays
Box 17 Folder b Sue May Sheppard Essays
Box 17 Folder c Sue May Sheppard Stories
Box 17 Folder d Sue May Sheppard Memoranda Books
Box 17 Folder e Sue May Sheppard Diary 1927
Box 17 Folder f Sue May Sheppard St Marys School
Box 17 Folder g Sue May Sheppard Clippings and Funeral
Box 17 Folder h Lorenzo DeVisconti Diary Notes 1861-1899
Box 17 Folder i Lorenzo DeVisconti Diary Notes 1900-1905
Box 17 Folder j Lorenzo DeVisconti Diary Notes 1905
Box 18 Folder a Lorenzo DeVisconti Diary Notes 1906-1917
Box 18 Folder b Lorenzo DeVisconti Diaries 1890-1917, undated
Box 18 Folder c Lorenzo DeVisconti Diaries 1897-1902
Box 18 Folder d Lorenzo DeVisconti Diary Notes Undated
Box 18 Folder e Lorenzo DeVisconti Miscellaneous
Box 18 Folder f Records of the Tyson Reunion Association, Pitt County, North Carolina; Tysons Church
Box 19 Folder a Tyson-May Reunion Association Minutes
Box 19 Folder b Tyson-May Reunion Association Correspondence 1906-1929
Box 19 Folder c Tyson-May Reunion Association Correspondence 1930-1939
Box 19 Folder d Tyson-May Reunion Association Correspondence 1940-1949
Box 19 Folder e Tyson-May Reunion Association Correspondence 1950-1959
Box 19 Folder f Tyson-May Reunion Association Correspondence 1960-1962
Box 19 Folder g Tyson-May Reunion Association Correspondence 1963-1964
Box 19 Folder h Tyson-May Reunion Association Correspondence 1965-1969
Box 19 Folder i Tyson-May Reunion Association Correspondence 1970-1974
Box 19 Folder j Tyson-May Reunion Association Correspondence 1975-1981
Box 19 Folder k Tyson-May Reunion Association undated
Box 20 Folder a Tyson-May Reunion Association Programs
Box 20 Folder b Tyson-May Reunion Association Speeches
Box 20 Folder c Tyson-May Reunion Association Clippings
Box 20 Folder d Tyson-May Reunion Association Registrations
Box 20 Folder e Tyson-May Reunion Association Mailing Lists
Box 20 Folder f Tyson Genealogy
Box 20 Folder g Tyson Genealogy
Box 20 Folder h Tyson Genealogy
Box 20 Folder i Tyson Genealogy
Box 21 Folder a Tyson Genealogy
Box 21 Folder b Tyson Genealogy
Box 21 Folder c Tyson Genealogy
Box 21 Folder d Tyson Genealogy
Box 21 Folder e Tyson Genealogy
Box 21 Folder f Tyson Genealogy
Box 21 Folder g Tyson Genealogy
Box 21 Folder h Tyson Genealogy
Box 21 Folder i May Genealogy
Box 21 Folder j May Genealogy
Box 21 Folder k May Genealogy
Box 22 Folder a May Genealogy
Box 22 Folder b May Genealogy
Box 22 Folder c May Genealogy
Box 22 Folder d Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 22 Folder e Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 22 Folder f Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 22 Folder g Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 22 Folder h Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 22 Folder i Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 23 Folder a Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 23 Folder b Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 23 Folder c Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 23 Folder d Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 23 Folder e Tyson-May Genealogy
Box 23 Folder f Miscellaneous Genealogy Correspondence 1930-1982
Box 23 Folder g Genealogy Albritton Family - Pitt Co., N.C
Box 23 Folder h Genealogy Barrett Family
Box 23 Folder i Genealogy Butler Family
Box 23 Folder j Genealogy Bynum-Wiggs Family
Box 23 Folder k Genealogy Carr Family
Box 23 Folder l Genealogy Cox Family
Box 23 Folder m Genealogy Darden Family
Box 23 Folder n Genealogy DeBerry Family
Box 23 Folder o Genealogy DeVisconti Family
Box 24 Folder a Genealogy DeVisconti Family
Box 24 Folder b Genealogy Dupree Family - Pitt Co., N.C
Box 24 Folder c Genealogy Grimes Family - Pitt Co., N.C
Box 24 Folder d Genealogy Grimsley Family
Box 24 Folder e Genealogy Hardy Family
Box 24 Folder f Genealogy Harper Family
Box 24 Folder g Genealogy Hart-DeVisconti Family
Box 24 Folder h Genealogy Hines Family
Box 24 Folder i Genealogy Joyner-Belcher Family
Box 24 Folder j Genealogy Lang Family
Box 24 Folder k Genealogy Lewis Family
Box 24 Folder l Genealogy Lindsay Family
Box 24 Folder m Genealogy Moye Family - Pitt Co., N.C
Box 24 Folder n Genealogy Sheppard Family - Pitt Co., N.C
Box 24 Folder o Genealogy Smith Family
Box 24 Folder p Genealogy Stanton Family
Box 24 Folder q Genealogy Turnage Family
Box 24 Folder r Genealogy Vines Family
Box 24 Folder s Genealogy Williams Family
Box 25 Folder a Genealogy May-Lang-Joyner-Williams Family
Box 25 Folder b Genealogy May-Lang-Joyner-Williams Family
Box 25 Folder c Genealogy Miscellaneous Genealogies
Box 25 Folder d Genealogy Miscellaneous Genealogies
Box 25 Folder e Genealogy Miscellaneous Genealogies
Box 25 Folder f Genealogy Miscellaneous Genealogies
Box 25 Folder g Genealogy ENTERPRISE and NEWS & OBSERVER Notes
Box 25 Folder h Daughters of the American Revolution Correspondence1925-1927
Box 25 Folder i Daughters of the American Revolution Correspondence 1928-1930
Box 25 Folder j Daughters of the American Revolution Correspondence 1931-1946
Box 26 Folder a Daughters of the American Revolution Correspondence 1947-1955
Box 26 Folder b Daughters of the American Revolution Correspondence 1956-1959
Box 26 Folder c Daughters of the American Revolution Correspondence 1960-1967
Box 26 Folder d Daughters of the American Revolution Correspondence 1968-1982
Box 26 Folder e Daughters of the American Revolution Correspondence undated
Box 26 Folder f Daughters of the American Revolution Benjamin May Chapter History
Box 26 Folder g Daughters of the American Revolution Benjamin May Chapter Minutes 1926-1930
Box 26 Folder h Daughters of the American Revolution Benjamin May Chapter Minutes 1933-1943
Box 26 Folder i Daughters of the American Revolution Benjamin May Chapter Programs
Box 26 Folder j Daughters of the American Revolution Benjamin May Chapter Membership Lists
Box 26 Folder k Daughters of the American Revolution Benjamin May Chapter Yearbooks
Box 27 Folder a Daughters of the American Revolution Benjamin May Chapter Chapter House
Box 27 Folder b Daughters of the American Revolution Applications
Box 27 Folder c Daughters of the American Revolution Tyson Monuments
Box 27 Folder d Daughters of the American Revolution Programs
Box 27 Folder e Daughters of the American Revolution Organization
Box 27 Folder f Daughters of the American Revolution National Defense Material
Box 27 Folder g Daughters of the American Revolution American Indians Committee
Box 27 Folder h Daughters of the American Revolution Washington Bicentennial 1931-1932
Box 27 Folder i Daughters of the American Revolution Programs and Biographies 1931-1932
Box 27 Folder j Daughters of the American Revolution Pamphlets
Box 27 Folder k Daughters of the American Revolution Miscellaneous
Box 28 Folder a Daughters of the American Revolution Miscellaneous
Box 28 Folder b Daughters of the American Revolution Clippings
Box 28 Folder c Daughters of the American Revolution Clippings
Box 28 Folder d Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Correspondence 1927-1940
Box 28 Folder e Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Correspondence 1941-1962
Box 28 Folder f Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Correspondence 1963-1977, undated
Box 28 Folder g Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Minutes 1928-1939
Box 28 Folder h Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Minutes 1941-1968, undated
Box 28 Folder i Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Programs
Box 29 Folder a Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Programs
Box 29 Folder b Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Programs
Box 29 Folder c Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Constitution
Box 29 Folder d Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Horticultural Reports 1960s
Box 29 Folder e Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Yearly Reports
Box 29 Folder f Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Flower Shows
Box 29 Folder g Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Gardening Tips
Box 29 Folder h Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Garden Notes
Box 29 Folder i Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Yearbook of Raleigh Garden Club
Box 29 Folder j Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Garden Poetry
Box 30 Folder a Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Jim Harris Columns 1948-1959
Box 30 Folder b Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Jim Harris Columns 1960-1974
Box 30 Folder c Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Jim Harris Columns 1975-1979, undated
Box 30 Folder d Clubs and Memberships Garden Club State Programs 1927, 1938-1957
Box 30 Folder e Garden Club N.C. Garden Club Bulletin 1937-1941, 1943
Box 30 Folder f Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Clippings
Box 30 Folder g Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Miscellaneous
Box 30 Folder h Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Miscellaneous
Box 30 Folder i Clubs and Memberships Garden Club Miscellaneous
Box 31a Folder a Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Correspondence 1920-1939
Box 31a Folder b Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Correspondence 1941-1977, undated
Box 31a Folder c Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Minutes 1940s-1960s
Box 31a Folder d Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Programs
Box 31a Folder e Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Programs
Box 31a Folder f Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Committee Meetings
Box 31a Folder g Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Scrapbook
Box 31a Folder h Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Yearly Reports 1920s-1940s
Box 31a Folder i Clubs and Memberships Womens Club State and National Reports
Box 31b Folder a Clubs and Memberships Womens Club District and Federation Meetings
Box 31b Folder b Clubs and Memberships Womens Club District and Chapter Minutes 1918-1936
Box 31b Folder c Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Histories
Box 31b Folder d Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Minutes for other towns
Box 31b Folder e Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Constitution and Bylaws
Box 31b Folder f Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Yearbooks for Raleigh, N.C
Box 31b Folder g Clubs and Memberships Womens Club THE CLUBWOMAN 1934, 1947-1950
Box 31b Folder h Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Program Notes, Bulletins
Box 31b Folder i Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Pamphlets
Box 31b Folder j Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Miscellaneous
Box 31b Folder k Clubs and Memberships Womens Club Clippings
Box 32 Folder a Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence 1918-1942
Box 32 Folder b Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence 1943
Box 32 Folder c Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence January-June 1944
Box 32 Folder d Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence July-October 1944
Box 32 Folder e Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence November-December 1944
Box 32 Folder f Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence January-March 1945
Box 32 Folder g Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence April-June 1945
Box 32 Folder h Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence July-December 1945
Box 33 Folder a Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence 1946-1947
Box 33 Folder b Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence 1948-1952
Box 33 Folder c Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence 1953-1981
Box 33 Folder d Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Correspondence undated
Box 33 Folder e Clubs and Memberships U.S.O. Ben Turnage Clippings
Box 33 Folder f Clubs and Memberships Servicemens Center Register 1943-1944
Box 33 Folder g Clubs and Memberships Servicemens Center Register 1945
Box 33 Folder h Clubs and Memberships Servicemens Center Addresses
Box 33 Folder i Clubs and Memberships Servicemens Center Miscellaneous
Box 33 Folder j Clubs and Memberships Servicemens Center Clippings
Box 34 Folder a Clubs and Memberships Daughters of the American Colonists Correspondence 1953-1957
Box 34 Folder b Clubs and Memberships Daughters of the American Colonists Correspondence 1958-1973, undated
Box 34 Folder c Clubs and Memberships Daughters of the American Colonists Minutes 1954-1972
Box 34 Folder d Clubs and Memberships Daughters of the American Colonists Treasurers Reports 1953-1961
Box 34 Folder e Clubs and Memberships Daughters of the American Colonists Yearbook 1950s
Box 34 Folder f Clubs and Memberships Daughters of the American Colonists Miscellaneous
Box 34 Folder g Clubs and Memberships Farmville Literary Club Correspondence 1926-1949, undated
Box 34 Folder h Clubs and Memberships Farmville Literary Club Minutes 1919-1973
Box 34 Folder i Clubs and Memberships Farmville Literary Club Programs
Box 34 Folder j Clubs and Memberships Farmville Literary Club Clippings
Box 34 Folder k Clubs and Memberships Bird Club Correspondence 1940-1948, 1963
Box 34 Folder l Clubs and Memberships Bird Club Minutes 1940-1948, undated
Box 34 Folder m Clubs and Memberships Bird Club Miscellaneous
Box 34 Folder n Red Cross Correspondence 1919-1967, undated
Box 34 Folder o Clubs and Memberships Red Cross Notes 1944-1955
Box 35 Folder a Clubs and Memberships Red Cross TB Christmas Seals Campaign 1942
Box 35 Folder b Clubs and Memberships Red Cross Bloodmobile 1944-1978
Box 35 Folder c Clubs and Memberships Red Cross Membership 1919-1920
Box 35 Folder d Clubs and Memberships Farmville Public Library Correspondence 1930-1964, undated
Box 35 Folder e Clubs and Memberships Farmville Public Library Miscellaneous Items
Box 35 Folder f Clubs and Memberships Daughters of 1812 Correspondence 1958, 1966
Box 35 Folder g Clubs and Memberships Public Welfare Committee Correspondence 1927-1943
Box 35 Folder h Clubs and Memberships Crossnore School 1937-1962
Box 35 Folder i Clubs and Memberships New Bern Pageant 1929
Box 35 Folder j Clubs and Memberships Pitt County Historical Society Correspondence 1954-1977
Box 35 Folder k Clubs and Memberships Farmville Christian Church 1947-1948
Box 35 Folder l Clubs and Memberships Farmville Churches Bullentins
Box 35 Folder m Clubs and Memberships Carolina Charter Tercentenary Commission 1961
Box 35 Folder n Clubs and Memberships War Bond Sales
Box 36 Folder a Miscellaneous Items Soldiers Handbook 1891
Box 36 Folder b Miscellaneous Items Ground Observers Guide
Box 36 Folder c Miscelleneous Items Miscellaneous Committees
Box 36 Folder d Miscellaneous Items Miscellaneous Lists
Box 36 Folder e Miscellaneous Items Farmville Historical Information
Box 36 Folder f Miscellaneous Items Pitt County Historical Information
Box 36 Folder g Miscellaneous Items North Carolina Historical Information
Box 36 Folder h Miscellaneous Items Trinity College Calendar 1911
Box 36 Folder i Miscellaneous Items Miscellaneous Historical Information
Box 37 Folder a Miscellaneous Items Family Poetry
Box 37 Folder b Miscellaneous Items Miscellaneous Literary Materials
Box 37 Folder c Miscellaneous Items Annie Louise Mashburn Diary
Box 37 Folder d Miscellaneous Items
Box 37 Folder e Family Legal and Financial Records Lorenzo and Addie DeVisconti Bills 1889-1901
Box 37 Folder f Family Legal and Financial Records Albritton Guardianship 1901-1907
Box 37 Folder g Family Legal and Financial Records Albritton Legal and Financial Papers 1883-1908, 1912
Box 37 Folder h Family Legal and Financial Records Bynum Legal and Financial Papers
Box 37 Folder i Family Legal and Financial Records Dupree and Albritton Estate Papers
Box 37 Folder j Family Legal and Financial Records Dupree Financial Papers
Box 37 Folder k Family Legal and Financial Records Dupree Expense Books
Box 37 Folder l Family Legal and Financial Records Dupree Account Books 1902, 1911
Box 37 Folder m Family Legal and Financial Records Joyner Legal and Financial Papers
Box 37 Folder n Family Legal and Financial Records J.W. May Estate Papers
Box 37 Folder o Family Legal and Financial Records J.E.B. May Legal Papers
Box 38 Folder a Family Legal and Financial Records May Legal and Financial Papers
Box 38 Folder b Family Legal and Financial Records Family Land Records
Box 38 Folder c Family Legal and Financial Records Wills
Box 38 Folder d Family Legal and Financial Records; Financial Records 1828-1911
Box 38 Folder e Family Legal and Financial Records Florida Property 1893-1916
Box 38 Folder f Family Legal and Financial Records Tax Receipts and Paving Notices 1860, 1876, 1929
Box 38 Folder g Family Legal and Financial Records DeVisconti Survey 1901
Box 38 Folder h Family Legal and Financial Records Agriculture Correspondence 1927-1981
Box 38 Folder i Family Legal and Financial Records Cotton Sales 1925-1959
Box 38 Folder j Family Legal and Financial Records Tobacco Materials 1935-1972
Box 38 Folder k Family Legal and Financial Records Tobacco Sales 1903, 1910-1911, 1928-1929
Box 39 Folder a Family Legal and Financial Farm Receipts 1909-1980
Box 39 Folder b Family Legal and Financial Records Agricultural Miscellaneous
Box 39 Folder c Family Legal and Financial Records May Foundation
Box 39 Folder d Family Legal and Financial Records Income and Expenditures 1926-1927, 1959, 1970-1971
Box 39 Folder e Family Legal and Financial Records Tabitha M. DeVisconti Legal and Financial Papers 1915-1980
Box 39 Folder f Family Legal and Financial Records Tabitha M. DeVisconti Accounts
Box 39 Folder g Family Legal and Financial Records Sheppard Correspondence 1881-1947
Box 39 Folder h Family Legal and Financial Records Sheppard Legal and Financial Papers 1876-1920
Box 39 Folder i Family Legal and Financial Records Sheppard Legal and Financial Papers 1922-1932
Box 40 Folder a Family Legal and Financial Records Sheppard Legal and Financial Papers 1933-1946
Box 40 Folder b Family Legal and Financial Records Sheppard Invoices 1929-1939
Box 40 Folder c Pamphlets and Clippings Playbills
Box 40 Folder d Pamphlets and Clippings Travel
Box 40 Folder e Pamphlets and Clippings Clothing
Box 40 Folder f Pamphlets and Clippings Garden
Box 40 Folder g Pamphlets and Clippings Beauty and Health
Box 40 Folder h Pamphlets and Clippings Home Appliances and Improvements
Box 40 Folder i Pamphlets and Clippings Cooking
Box 40 Folder j Pamphlets and Clippings Military
Box 40 Folder k Pamphlets and Clippings Almanacs
Box 40 Folder l Pamphlets and Clippings Local History
Box 41 Folder a Pamphlets and Clippings Health
Box 41 Folder b Pamphlets and Clippings Politics 1922-1956
Box 41 Folder c Pamphlets and Clippings Government Pamplets
Box 41 Folder d Pamphlets and Clippings Government Pamplets
Box 41 Folder e Pamphlets and Clippings Miscellaneous
Box 45 Folder a Negatives
Box 45 Folder b Prints of negatives found in 480.45.a
Box 45 Folder c Xeroxes of prints at State Archives
Folder os1 Land records; Lorenzo DeVisconti diary entries, August 23-September 8, 1900, undated
Folder os2 Surveys, Map, Florida land title abstract, Poster, Genealogy, Photographs, Clippings, Publications, Post Office accounts