Mary Lawrence Perkins-Williams Papers, ca. 1950s-1998, undated

Manuscript Collection #730

  • Descriptive Summary
     
    Title: Mary Lawrence Perkins-Williams Papers
    Creator: Perkins-Williams, Mary Lawrence
    Repository: ECU Manuscript Collection
    Language: English
    Abstract: Personal files created by Pitt County, North Carolina, native Mary Perkins-Williams relate to the Pitt County Black Assembly (1979, 1983), NAACP Legal Defense (1980), regional development (1977-1979), minority issues, and fair housing. Audio-Visual Materials include photographs of scrapbook images (ca. 1950s) documenting both abandoned and active Pitt County, North Carolina, African American public schools. Also included are seven videocassettes documenting a grant-funded oral history project completed in 1994 entitled Growing up African-American in Pitt County.
    Extent: 1.0 Cubic feet, 4 archival boxes, consisting of personal files, photographs, videocassettes, newsletters, agendas, minutes, membership lists, publications, photocopies, and clippings.
  • Description
     

    The papers consist of three series: Printed Materials, Photographs and Audio-Visual Materials. These items document regional and local community issues related to minority and women’s social issues. The issues concern fair housing, voter registration, education, political activities, planning and development and employment. Printed Materials include circa late 1970s through early 1980s newsletters, agendas, minutes and membership lists. Some of these organizations include the North Carolina State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee, Eastern Carolina Black Conference, Greenville Fair Housing Task Force, Employment Security Commission of North Carolina, Greenville Energy Program, North Carolina Consumer Council, North Carolina Democratic Black Caucus, North Carolina Council of Women’s Organizations and Pitt County Black Assembly. Also present are records from the Pasico Norfleet, Jr. Auxiliary Post # 160 (Greenville), American Legion.

    Other Printed Materials consist of regional African American publications and clippings. Of particular interest is a 1961 publication of The Pitt County Teachers Association. This item offers many names and images of past African American Pitt County educators and board members, as well as statistics on African American Pitt County schools during the early and mid-1900s. The publication was produced for a program at South Ayden High School, Ayden, North Carolina, held on October 6, 1961. The program was held to honor former superintendents of Pitt County schools spanning 1883 to1965.

    Audio-Visual Materials include photographs documenting Pitt County, North Carolina, African American public schools. The images depict both abandoned and active African American school houses. The photographs are prints made from an original scrapbook. Included with the photographs is a photocopy of the original scrapbook, circa 1950s (notes in container list are taken from this photocopy). Other related materials present are seven videocassettes documenting a grant-funded oral history project completed in 1994 by Mary L. Perkins-Williams and Mary Boccaccio. The project is entitled Growing up African-American in Pitt County. For access to the tapes, please consult staff.

  • Biographical / Historical Note
     

    Mary Perkins-Williams was born in Pitt County, North Carolina, the youngest of five siblings. Her parents were Mary and the Reverend Jasper Perkins, both farmers. Perkins-Williams was a graduate of Bethel Union High School, North Carolina Central University (BS) and the University of South Carolina at Columbia (MS). She is the mother of two children, Klarissa Tyree Barnes and Eric Tyrone Williams, and grandmother of seven. She has been a member of Fleming Chapel Original Free Will Baptist Church for many years.

    Perkins-Williams served as a faculty member at East Carolina University in Joyner Library from 1970-1998. Having been very involved for years in public service, her current positions as of 2016 include Regional East Director of the North Carolina African American Caucus, Regional Director of Pitt County Board of Social Service, member of the Greenville Fair Housing Task Force, Chair of Greenville 1 Precinct, and Pitt County Commissioner, representing District 2.

  • Administrative Information
     
    Accessions Information

    September 25, 1996, 1 cubic foot; Personal files, including records on Pitt County Black Assembly (1979, 1983), NAACP Legal Defense Fund (1980), regional development (1977-1979), minority issues, and fair housing. Donor: Ms. Mary L. Perkins-Williams.

    September 8, 2003 (addition 1), 144 items; Photographic prints (undated) of Pitt County, North Carolina, Public Schools Donor: Ms. Mary L. Perkins-Williams.

    Acquisition Information

    Gift of Ms. Mary L. Perkins-Williams

    Access Restrictions

    No restrictions

    Copyright Notice

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

    Preferred Citation

    Mary Lawrence Perkins-Williams Papers (#730), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

    Processing Information

    Encoded by Apex Data Services

    Processing completed by Dale Sauter, January 26, 2016.

Container List

  • Printed Materials
     

    • Box 1
       
      Newsletter of the North Carolina State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee (1981–1982)
      Eastern Carolina Black Conference letter, goals, meeting minutes and organizational chart (1980)
      Pasico Norfleet Jr. Auxiliary Post # 160 (Greenville), American Legion—Procedures and member lists. Also includes correspondence, areas of concern, charitable endeavors and drug abuse prevention. Other items document meeting attendance, procedures, ceremonies, fundraisers, membership workshops, notes, agendas and Poppy Days. (1978–1983)
      Greenville Fair Housing Task Force—Includes minutes, reports, mission statements, publications and federal documents from Economic Development Administration (Department of Commerce), Directory of Approved Projects, Employment Security Commission of North Carolina, and New Hanover County, North Carolina. (1980–1982)
      Greenville Education—Materials consist of newsletters, reports, correspondence from Greenville City Schools and to Community Schools Advisory Council Members and a merger feasibility study on Pitt County and Greenville schools prepared by Research Triangle Institute. (1980–1983)
      Eastern Carolina Health Systems Plan (1979–1984)
      North Carolina Consumer Council—Includes newsletters, agendas and articles. (1979–1980)
      Pitt County Assembly—Includes correspondence, community issues, publications and clippings. (1979)
      Pitt County Adolescent Sexuality Council—Includes correspondence, minutes and an agenda for one meeting. (1980)
      North Carolina Council of Women’s Organizations—Materials consist of articles of incorporation, job descriptions, and a report on the Minority Concentration Issue by the North Carolina Department of Commerce. (1959, 1971)
      Democratic Party—Includes abortion resolution drafts, federal reports, correspondence with East Carolina University regarding scholarship for Lee Wright and materials related to nuclear energy, freeing political prisoners and Fleming Chapel, A.ME. Zion Church. (1977–1980)
      North Carolina General Assembly—Contains bill entitled Balanced Growth Policy Act and a report on towns in Bertie County, North Carolina. (1979)
      Search for Chairman of the State House Ninth District Executive Committee—Includes correspondence and resumes. (1983, undated)
      Local voter registration files—Material includes correspondence, press releases, clippings, procedural manuals and ephemera. (1980, undated)
    • Box 2
       
      North Carolina Democratic Party—Files include rosters, platforms and agendas. (1979–1980) | North Carolina Democratic Black Caucus—Includes rosters, minutes, clippings and reports. (1979–1980)
      Political party comparisons—Includes rosters, correspondence, agendas, minutes and notes, mostly produced by the Pitt County Black Assembly. (1979–1981)
      Pitt County Black Assembly—Consists of correspondence, forms, constitutions, voter registrations, studies, reports, legal documents, agendas and minutes. (1975–1981)
      Regional church and missionary outreach materials. (1977, 1982, undated)
      Black Participation in Regional Planning and Development—Contains agendas, reports, articles, rosters, correspondence and registrations. (1979–1980)
      Regional African American publications—Includes Digest of The Pitt County Teachers Association, offering many name and images of past African American Pitt County educators, as well as statistics on African-American Pitt County schools. (1961–1967)
      Mid-East Commission, Washington, North Carolina—Materials include Manpower Services Directory, Performance Summary on the Human Resources Development Program by the North Carolina Community College System and newsletters. (1975–1979)
      Grant details, including proposal. "Growing up African-American in Pitt County"—Consists of proposal, Program for service of Mrs. Bessie Ward Harris, correspondence, oral history questions and press releases. (1994–1998)
    • Box 3
       
      Publications related to human resources development programs in North Carolina and the local community of Pitt County—Consists of brochures, reports, directories, notes and publications related to the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina, Home Economics extension office and North Carolina Department of Commerce. (undated)
      Residential enumeration information sheets, Greenville. (1979)
      Clippings related to regional African American life. (1969–1978, undated)
  • Photographic Materials
     

    • Box 3
       
      • Photographs (ca. 1950)
         
        District One. Bruce School, Two teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment 100, average attendance 76, size of grounds 1 1/2 acres, number of rooms unknown. P730/1 (item 1)
        District One. Falkland School, Five teachers in school, condition of the building fair, enrollment 132, average attendance 116, size of grounds 2 acres, four rooms overcrowded, "renovated in operation now, 1955". P730/2 (item 2)
        District One. Holly Hill School, One teacher school, building delapidated. enrollement of 77, average attendance of 63, size of grounds 1 acre, number of rooms unknown. P730/3 (item 3)
        District One. Holly Hill School, persons standing in front of school. P730/4 (item 4)
        District One. Sallie Branch School, Two teachers in school, condition of the building fair. Enrollment 106, average attendance 84, size of grounds 1 1/2 acre, number of rooms unknown, "renovated, used, 1954-55". P730/5 (item 5)
        District One. Fleming Chapel, one teacher school. condition of the building: no school building-rented church. Enrollment 74, average attendance 37, size of grounds and rooms unknown. P730/6 (item 6)
        District One. Dildy's School, Two teachers in school, condition of the building fair, enrollment of 80, average attendance of 67, size of grounds 1 acre, 2 rooms. P730/7 (item 7)
        District One. Rock Spring School, Two teachers in school, condition of the builidngs good. enrollment of 81, average attendance of 63, size of grounds small no playground 1/2 acre, two rooms. P730/8 (item 8)
        District One. Oak Ridge School. One teacher in school, condition of the building poor. enrollment of 34, average attendance of 29. size of grounds 1 acre, one room. P730/9 (item 9)
        District One. Shrivers School. Three teachers in school, condition of the building fair, enrollment of 161, average attendance of 139. size of grounds 1 acre, 3 rooms, "renovated operating 1954-1955". P730/10 (item 10)
        District Two. Bethel High School. Ten teachers in school, crowded conditions, rented hall. enrollment of 449, average attendance of 380, size of grounds 2 acre, 9 rooms, "burned 1939". P730/11 (item 11)
        District Two. Whitehurst School. One teacher school, building delapidated. Enrollment of 88, average attendance of 53, size of grounds 1 acre, one room-overcrowded. P730/12 (item 12)
        District Two. Highsmith School. One teacher school, building delapidated, enrollement of 96, average attendance of 62, size of gounds 1 acre, one room-overcrowded, "operating in different bldg". P730/13 (item 13)
        District Three. Post Oaks School. Four teachers in school, condition of the building: unknown, enrollment of 150, average attendance of 123, four rooms, "closed 1952-53, sold to church next to school". P730/14 (item 14)
        District Four. Clarks Neck School. Two teachers in school, building depliated, enrollment of 60, average attendance 55, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/15 (item 15)
        District Four. Jones School. Two teachers in schools, conditon of the buildings fair, enrollment of 73, average attendance of 58, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/16 (item 16)
        District Four. Webbs School. One teacher in school, condition of the buildings poor, enrollment of 43, average attendace 36, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/17 (item 17)
        District Three. Clemens School. Three teachers in school, condition of the building poor, enrollment of 162, average attendance of 106, size of grounds 1 acre, two rooms, crowded conditions. P730/18 (item 18)
        District Three. Harris School. Two teachers in school, condition of the building good, enrollment of 105, average attendance 79, size of grounds 2 acre, two rooms, "moved 1953-54". P730/19 (item 19)
        District Four. Pactolus School. Three teachers in school, conditon of the building fair. Enrollment of 141, average attendance unknown, size of grounds 2 acre, three rooms. P730/20 (item 20)
        District Four. Cherry Lane School. Three teachers in school, condition of the building good, enrollment of 147, average attendance of 123, size of grounds 4 acre, three room, "open in different bldg". P730/21 (item 21)
        District Four. St. Peter School. Other information unknown. P730/22 (item 22)
        District Five. Sweet Hope School. Two teachers in school, condition of building poor, rented hall for grammar grad, overcrowded conditions, enrollment of 118, average attendance of 82, size of grounds and number of rooms unknown. P730/23 (item 23)
        District Five. Simpson School. Five teachers in school, conditon of the building fair, enrollnment of 184, average attendance of 152, size of grounds unknown, five rooms. P730/24 (item 24)
        District Five. Country Training School. Nine teachers in school, conditon of the building: needed repairs, enrollment of 280, average attendance of 236, size of grounds unknown, nine rooms, "renovated but still in use 1952-1953" P730/25 (item 25)
        District Five. Country Training School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/26 (item 26)
        District Six. Burney School. One teacher school, condition of the building fair, enrollment of 36, average attendance of 28, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/27 (item 27)
        District Six. Running Branch School. One teacher school, condition of the building poor, enrollment of 43, average attendance of 37, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/28 (item 28)
        District Five. Country Training School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/29 (item 29)
        District Six. Calico. One teacher school. Condition of the building poor, enrollment of 52, average attendance of approximately 30, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/30 (item 30)
        District Seven. Grifton School, four teachers, condition of the building good, enrollment of 135, average attendance of 109, size of grounds and rooms unknown. P730/31 (item 31)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Photo shows differenct view of school, "additions 1951-1952". P730/32 (item 32)
        District Eight. Cox's School. One teacher, condition of building poor, enrollment of 54, average attendance of 24, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/33 (item 33)
        District Eight. Pleasant Plain School. Three teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment of 113, average attendance of 85, size of grounds unknown, three rooms, "renovated". P730/34 (item 34)
        District Eight. Rodgers School. Two teachers in school, condition of building repair needed, enrollment of 91, average attendance of 71, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/35 (item 35)
        District Seven. Shiloh School. Three teachers in school, condition of the building good, enrollment of 168, average attendance of 131 size of grounds unknown, three rooms, "open 1952-1953 closed 1953-1954". P730/36 (item 36)
        District Nine. Winterville School. Four teachers in school, condition of building good, enrollment and average attendance unknown, size of grounds unknown, four rooms. P730/38 (item 37)
        District Nine. Winterville School. Three teachers in school, condition of building needs repair, enrollment 245, average attendance 210, size of grounds unknown, three rooms, "renovated". P730/39 (item 38)
        District Eight. Helen School. One teacher school, building delapilated, enrollment of 42, average attendance of 20, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/40 (item 39)
        District Eight. Ayden school. Ten teachers in school, condition of building good, enrollment of 416, average attendance 348, size of ground, size of grounds unknown, nine rooms, crowded condition. P730/41 (item 40)
        District Nine. Ellis School. One teacher school, condition of building very poor, enrollment 78, average attendance 49, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/42 (item 41)
        District Nine. Zion Hill School. Two teachers in school, condition of building fair, enrollment of 135, average attendance of 102, size of grounds unknown, two rooms, "burned". P730/43 (item 42)
        District Nine. Haddock School. Two teachers in school, condition of building fair, enrollment of 78, average attendance of 61, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/44 (item 43)
        District Nine. Warren Chapel School. Two teachers in school, condition of building good, enrollment of 143, average attendance 0f 98, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/45 (item 44)
        District Nine. English Chapel School. One teacher school, condition of building extremely poor, enrollment 68, average attendance 49, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/46 (item 45)
        District Nine. Carey School. Two teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment 78, average attendance 61, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/47 (item 46)
        District Nine. Cedar Grove School. One teacher school, condition of building poor, enrollment 50, average attendance 38, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/48 (item 47)
        District Ten. Paul's Chapel School. Three teachers in school, condition of building unknown, enrollment 100, average attendance unknown, size of grounds unknown, three rooms. P730/49 (item 48)
        District Ten. Nichols School. Two teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment 100, average attendance 75, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/50 (item 49)
        District Ten. Broad Branch School. Two teachers in school, condition of building good, enrollment 100, average attendance 82, size of grounds unknown, two rooms, "moved to Winterville" . P730/51 (item 50)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Seventeen teachers in school, condition of building unknown, enrollment 704, average attendance 573, size of grounds unknown, seventeen rooms, "Dismantled for newer building". P730/52 (item 51)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Photo of additional Farmville School building. P730/53 (item 52)
        District Eleven. Moye School. Two teachers in school, condition of building fair, enrollment 94, average attendance 58, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/54 (item 53)
        District Twelve. Fountain School. Three teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment 139, average attendance unknown, size of grounds unknown, three rooms. P730/55 (item 54)
      • Photographs (ca. 1950)
         
        District Twelve. Lang School. One teacher school, condition of building extremely poor, enrollment 87, average attendance 63, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/56 (item 1)
        District Twelve. Bynum School. Two teachers in school, condition of building fair, enrollment 84, average attendance unknown, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/57 (item 2)
        District Unknown. Photo of Gymnasium. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/58 (item 3)
        District Six. Calico School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/59 (item 4)
        District Four. Cherry Lane School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/60 (item 5)
        District Four. Clark's Neck School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/61 (item 6)
        District Three. Clemmons School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/62 (item 7)
        District One. Dildy School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/63 (item 8)
        District Nine. Ellis School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/64 (item 9)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/65 (item 10)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P760/66 (item 11)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/67 (item 12)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/68 (item 13)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/69 (item 14)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/70 (item 15)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/71 (item 16)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. (1951) P730/72 (item 17)
        District Unknown. Other information unknown. (1951) P730/73 (item 18)
        District Nine. Haddock School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/74 (item 19)
        District Unknown. Haddock School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/75 (item 20)
        District Unknown. Harper's School, Other information unknown. P730/76 (item 21)
        District Three. Harris School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/77 (item 22)
        District Unknown. Highsmith School. Photo showing different view of school with car in front. P730/78 (item 23)
        District Two. Highsmith School. Photo showing a different view of Highsmith School. P730/79 (item 24)
        District Two. Jones School. Photo showing a different view of school. P730/80 (item 25)
        District . Lang School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/81 (item 26)
        District Eleven. Moye School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/82 (item 27)
        District Eleven. Moye School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/83 (item 28)
        District Ten. Nichols School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/84 (item 29)
        District Unknown. Pactolus School. Other information unknown. P730/85 (item 30)
        District Three. Post Oak School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/86 (item 31)
        District Three. Post Oak School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/87 (item 32)
        District One. Rock Spring School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/88 (item 33)
        District Seven. Shiloh School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/89 (item 34)
        District Seven. Shiloh School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/90 (item 35)
        District Nine. Warren Chapel School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/91 (item 36)
        District Nine. Warren Chapel School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/92 (item 37)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Auditorium/Office, Grades 7-8. Other information unknown. P730/93 (item 38)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Library, Grades 4,5,6,9-12. Other information unknown. P730/94 (item 39)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Industrial Arts. Other information unknown. P730/95 (item 40)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Brick Building and Coal Bin. Other information unknown. P730/96 (item 41)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/97 (item 42)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/98 (item 43)
        District One. Shrivers School. Other information unknown. P730/99 (item 44)
        District Four. St. Peter School. Other information unknown. P730/100 (item 45)
        District Nine. Zion Hill School. Other information unknown. P730/101 (item 46)
        District Unknown. Arthur School. Home economics cottage. Other information unknown. P730/102 (item 47)
        District Unknown. Arthur School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/103 (item 48)
        District Unknown. Arthur School. Cafeteria. Other information unknown. P730/104 (item 49)
        District Unknown. Arthur School. Teacherage. Other information unknown. P730/105 (item 50)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Primary building. Other information unknown. P730/106 (item 51)
        District Eight. Ayden High School. Other information unknown. P730/107 (item 52)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Agriculture Building. Other information unknown. P730/108 (item 53)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Home economics building. Other information unknown. P730/109 (item 54)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. (1961) P370/110 (item 55)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. (1961) P730/111 (item 56)
        District Two. Bethel High School. Other information unknown. P730/112 (item 57)
        District Two. Bethel School. Elementary building. Other information unknown. P730/113 (item 58)
        District Unknown. Bethel School. Agriculture Building. Other information unknown. P730/114 (item 59)
        District Two. Bethel School. Gymansium. Other information unknown. P730/115 (item 60)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Main building.Other information unknown. P730/116 (item 61)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Eighth grade building.Other information unknown. P730/117 (item 62)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Agricultural Building. Other information unknown. P730/118 (item 63)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Home economics cottage. Other information unknown. P730/119 (item 64)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Photo showing a different view of the school. (1961) Other information unknown. P730/120 (item 65)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Cafeteria. Other information unknown. P730/121 (item 66)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Agriculture teacher's home. Other information unknown. P730/122 (item 67)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Teacherage. Other information unknown. P730/123 (item 68)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/124 (item 69)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Gymansium. Other information unknown. P730/125 (item 70)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Agriculture building. P730/126 (item 71)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Home economics cottage. P730/127 (item 72)
        District Twelve. Fountain School. Brick building. Other information unknown. P730/128 (item 73)
        District Twelve. Fountain School. Lunchroom. Other information unknown. P730/129 (item 74)
        District Twelve. Fountain School. Gymnasium. Other information unknown. P730/130 (item 75)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/131 (item 76)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/132 (item 77)
        District Unknown. Grifton School. Auditorium and gymnasium. Other information unknown. P730/133 (item 78)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/134 (item 79)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Agricultural shop. Other information unknown. P730/135 (item 80)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/136 (item 81)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Teacherage. Other information unknown. P730/137 (item 82)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Lunchroom. Other information unknown. P730/138 (item 83)
        District Seven. Name unknown. Other information unknown. P730/139 (item 84)
        District Four. Pactolus School. Visual aids/cafeteria building. Other information unknown. P730/140 (item 85)
        District Unknown. Pactolus School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/141 (item 86)
        District Four. Pactolus School. Teacherage. Other informaton unknown. P730/142 (item 87)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/143 (item 88)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Agricultural building. Other information unknown. P730/144 (item 89)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Gymnasium. Other information unknown. P730/145 (item 90)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Principal's home. Other information unknown. P730/146 (item 91)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Agriculture teacher's home. Other information unknown. P730/147 (item 92)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Primary building. Other information unknown. P730/148 (item 93)
        District Unknown. Winterville High School. High school. Other information unknown. P730/149 (item 94)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Home economics building. Other information unknown. P730/150 (item 95)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Agricultural building. Other information unknown. P730/151 (item 96)
        Persons taking calls and writing. Other information unknown. P730/152 (item 97)
        District Unknown. Name unknown. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/153 (item 98)
        District Unknown. Bethel School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/154 (item 99)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/155 (item 100)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/156 (item 101)
        Persons sitting around table. Panel to discuss "What I did not get in high school that I need most in college".L-R Elaine Worthington, Jean Ann Liveimans, Frank Moore- Farmville, Mrs Fleming- ECC, Jack Forlines-Winterville, JamesAllen-Farmville. P730/157 (item 102)
        Bessie Ward Harris[?] an African American woman midwife. Other information unknown. P730/158 (item 103)
        African American female midwife standing in front of car. Name unknown. Other information unknown. (1962) P730/159 (item 104)
        Bessie Ward Harris standing on the right with two other midwives; names unknown. Other information unknown. P730/160 (item 105)
        Bessie Ward Harris[?] with another African American midwife; name unknown. Other information unknown. P730/161 (item 106)
        Negative images of photographs. (item 107)
        Photocopy of original photograph scrapbook with handwritten notes. (item 108)

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Container List

  • Printed Materials
     

    • Box 1
       
      Newsletter of the North Carolina State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee (1981–1982)
      Eastern Carolina Black Conference letter, goals, meeting minutes and organizational chart (1980)
      Pasico Norfleet Jr. Auxiliary Post # 160 (Greenville), American Legion—Procedures and member lists. Also includes correspondence, areas of concern, charitable endeavors and drug abuse prevention. Other items document meeting attendance, procedures, ceremonies, fundraisers, membership workshops, notes, agendas and Poppy Days. (1978–1983)
      Greenville Fair Housing Task Force—Includes minutes, reports, mission statements, publications and federal documents from Economic Development Administration (Department of Commerce), Directory of Approved Projects, Employment Security Commission of North Carolina, and New Hanover County, North Carolina. (1980–1982)
      Greenville Education—Materials consist of newsletters, reports, correspondence from Greenville City Schools and to Community Schools Advisory Council Members and a merger feasibility study on Pitt County and Greenville schools prepared by Research Triangle Institute. (1980–1983)
      Eastern Carolina Health Systems Plan (1979–1984)
      North Carolina Consumer Council—Includes newsletters, agendas and articles. (1979–1980)
      Pitt County Assembly—Includes correspondence, community issues, publications and clippings. (1979)
      Pitt County Adolescent Sexuality Council—Includes correspondence, minutes and an agenda for one meeting. (1980)
      North Carolina Council of Women’s Organizations—Materials consist of articles of incorporation, job descriptions, and a report on the Minority Concentration Issue by the North Carolina Department of Commerce. (1959, 1971)
      Democratic Party—Includes abortion resolution drafts, federal reports, correspondence with East Carolina University regarding scholarship for Lee Wright and materials related to nuclear energy, freeing political prisoners and Fleming Chapel, A.ME. Zion Church. (1977–1980)
      North Carolina General Assembly—Contains bill entitled Balanced Growth Policy Act and a report on towns in Bertie County, North Carolina. (1979)
      Search for Chairman of the State House Ninth District Executive Committee—Includes correspondence and resumes. (1983, undated)
      Local voter registration files—Material includes correspondence, press releases, clippings, procedural manuals and ephemera. (1980, undated)
    • Box 2
       
      North Carolina Democratic Party—Files include rosters, platforms and agendas. (1979–1980) | North Carolina Democratic Black Caucus—Includes rosters, minutes, clippings and reports. (1979–1980)
      Political party comparisons—Includes rosters, correspondence, agendas, minutes and notes, mostly produced by the Pitt County Black Assembly. (1979–1981)
      Pitt County Black Assembly—Consists of correspondence, forms, constitutions, voter registrations, studies, reports, legal documents, agendas and minutes. (1975–1981)
      Regional church and missionary outreach materials. (1977, 1982, undated)
      Black Participation in Regional Planning and Development—Contains agendas, reports, articles, rosters, correspondence and registrations. (1979–1980)
      Regional African American publications—Includes Digest of The Pitt County Teachers Association, offering many name and images of past African American Pitt County educators, as well as statistics on African-American Pitt County schools. (1961–1967)
      Mid-East Commission, Washington, North Carolina—Materials include Manpower Services Directory, Performance Summary on the Human Resources Development Program by the North Carolina Community College System and newsletters. (1975–1979)
      Grant details, including proposal. "Growing up African-American in Pitt County"—Consists of proposal, Program for service of Mrs. Bessie Ward Harris, correspondence, oral history questions and press releases. (1994–1998)
    • Box 3
       
      Publications related to human resources development programs in North Carolina and the local community of Pitt County—Consists of brochures, reports, directories, notes and publications related to the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina, Home Economics extension office and North Carolina Department of Commerce. (undated)
      Residential enumeration information sheets, Greenville. (1979)
      Clippings related to regional African American life. (1969–1978, undated)
  • Photographic Materials
     

    • Box 3
       
      • Photographs (ca. 1950)
         
        District One. Bruce School, Two teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment 100, average attendance 76, size of grounds 1 1/2 acres, number of rooms unknown. P730/1 (item 1)
        District One. Falkland School, Five teachers in school, condition of the building fair, enrollment 132, average attendance 116, size of grounds 2 acres, four rooms overcrowded, "renovated in operation now, 1955". P730/2 (item 2)
        District One. Holly Hill School, One teacher school, building delapidated. enrollement of 77, average attendance of 63, size of grounds 1 acre, number of rooms unknown. P730/3 (item 3)
        District One. Holly Hill School, persons standing in front of school. P730/4 (item 4)
        District One. Sallie Branch School, Two teachers in school, condition of the building fair. Enrollment 106, average attendance 84, size of grounds 1 1/2 acre, number of rooms unknown, "renovated, used, 1954-55". P730/5 (item 5)
        District One. Fleming Chapel, one teacher school. condition of the building: no school building-rented church. Enrollment 74, average attendance 37, size of grounds and rooms unknown. P730/6 (item 6)
        District One. Dildy's School, Two teachers in school, condition of the building fair, enrollment of 80, average attendance of 67, size of grounds 1 acre, 2 rooms. P730/7 (item 7)
        District One. Rock Spring School, Two teachers in school, condition of the builidngs good. enrollment of 81, average attendance of 63, size of grounds small no playground 1/2 acre, two rooms. P730/8 (item 8)
        District One. Oak Ridge School. One teacher in school, condition of the building poor. enrollment of 34, average attendance of 29. size of grounds 1 acre, one room. P730/9 (item 9)
        District One. Shrivers School. Three teachers in school, condition of the building fair, enrollment of 161, average attendance of 139. size of grounds 1 acre, 3 rooms, "renovated operating 1954-1955". P730/10 (item 10)
        District Two. Bethel High School. Ten teachers in school, crowded conditions, rented hall. enrollment of 449, average attendance of 380, size of grounds 2 acre, 9 rooms, "burned 1939". P730/11 (item 11)
        District Two. Whitehurst School. One teacher school, building delapidated. Enrollment of 88, average attendance of 53, size of grounds 1 acre, one room-overcrowded. P730/12 (item 12)
        District Two. Highsmith School. One teacher school, building delapidated, enrollement of 96, average attendance of 62, size of gounds 1 acre, one room-overcrowded, "operating in different bldg". P730/13 (item 13)
        District Three. Post Oaks School. Four teachers in school, condition of the building: unknown, enrollment of 150, average attendance of 123, four rooms, "closed 1952-53, sold to church next to school". P730/14 (item 14)
        District Four. Clarks Neck School. Two teachers in school, building depliated, enrollment of 60, average attendance 55, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/15 (item 15)
        District Four. Jones School. Two teachers in schools, conditon of the buildings fair, enrollment of 73, average attendance of 58, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/16 (item 16)
        District Four. Webbs School. One teacher in school, condition of the buildings poor, enrollment of 43, average attendace 36, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/17 (item 17)
        District Three. Clemens School. Three teachers in school, condition of the building poor, enrollment of 162, average attendance of 106, size of grounds 1 acre, two rooms, crowded conditions. P730/18 (item 18)
        District Three. Harris School. Two teachers in school, condition of the building good, enrollment of 105, average attendance 79, size of grounds 2 acre, two rooms, "moved 1953-54". P730/19 (item 19)
        District Four. Pactolus School. Three teachers in school, conditon of the building fair. Enrollment of 141, average attendance unknown, size of grounds 2 acre, three rooms. P730/20 (item 20)
        District Four. Cherry Lane School. Three teachers in school, condition of the building good, enrollment of 147, average attendance of 123, size of grounds 4 acre, three room, "open in different bldg". P730/21 (item 21)
        District Four. St. Peter School. Other information unknown. P730/22 (item 22)
        District Five. Sweet Hope School. Two teachers in school, condition of building poor, rented hall for grammar grad, overcrowded conditions, enrollment of 118, average attendance of 82, size of grounds and number of rooms unknown. P730/23 (item 23)
        District Five. Simpson School. Five teachers in school, conditon of the building fair, enrollnment of 184, average attendance of 152, size of grounds unknown, five rooms. P730/24 (item 24)
        District Five. Country Training School. Nine teachers in school, conditon of the building: needed repairs, enrollment of 280, average attendance of 236, size of grounds unknown, nine rooms, "renovated but still in use 1952-1953" P730/25 (item 25)
        District Five. Country Training School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/26 (item 26)
        District Six. Burney School. One teacher school, condition of the building fair, enrollment of 36, average attendance of 28, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/27 (item 27)
        District Six. Running Branch School. One teacher school, condition of the building poor, enrollment of 43, average attendance of 37, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/28 (item 28)
        District Five. Country Training School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/29 (item 29)
        District Six. Calico. One teacher school. Condition of the building poor, enrollment of 52, average attendance of approximately 30, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/30 (item 30)
        District Seven. Grifton School, four teachers, condition of the building good, enrollment of 135, average attendance of 109, size of grounds and rooms unknown. P730/31 (item 31)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Photo shows differenct view of school, "additions 1951-1952". P730/32 (item 32)
        District Eight. Cox's School. One teacher, condition of building poor, enrollment of 54, average attendance of 24, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/33 (item 33)
        District Eight. Pleasant Plain School. Three teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment of 113, average attendance of 85, size of grounds unknown, three rooms, "renovated". P730/34 (item 34)
        District Eight. Rodgers School. Two teachers in school, condition of building repair needed, enrollment of 91, average attendance of 71, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/35 (item 35)
        District Seven. Shiloh School. Three teachers in school, condition of the building good, enrollment of 168, average attendance of 131 size of grounds unknown, three rooms, "open 1952-1953 closed 1953-1954". P730/36 (item 36)
        District Nine. Winterville School. Four teachers in school, condition of building good, enrollment and average attendance unknown, size of grounds unknown, four rooms. P730/38 (item 37)
        District Nine. Winterville School. Three teachers in school, condition of building needs repair, enrollment 245, average attendance 210, size of grounds unknown, three rooms, "renovated". P730/39 (item 38)
        District Eight. Helen School. One teacher school, building delapilated, enrollment of 42, average attendance of 20, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/40 (item 39)
        District Eight. Ayden school. Ten teachers in school, condition of building good, enrollment of 416, average attendance 348, size of ground, size of grounds unknown, nine rooms, crowded condition. P730/41 (item 40)
        District Nine. Ellis School. One teacher school, condition of building very poor, enrollment 78, average attendance 49, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/42 (item 41)
        District Nine. Zion Hill School. Two teachers in school, condition of building fair, enrollment of 135, average attendance of 102, size of grounds unknown, two rooms, "burned". P730/43 (item 42)
        District Nine. Haddock School. Two teachers in school, condition of building fair, enrollment of 78, average attendance of 61, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/44 (item 43)
        District Nine. Warren Chapel School. Two teachers in school, condition of building good, enrollment of 143, average attendance 0f 98, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/45 (item 44)
        District Nine. English Chapel School. One teacher school, condition of building extremely poor, enrollment 68, average attendance 49, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/46 (item 45)
        District Nine. Carey School. Two teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment 78, average attendance 61, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/47 (item 46)
        District Nine. Cedar Grove School. One teacher school, condition of building poor, enrollment 50, average attendance 38, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/48 (item 47)
        District Ten. Paul's Chapel School. Three teachers in school, condition of building unknown, enrollment 100, average attendance unknown, size of grounds unknown, three rooms. P730/49 (item 48)
        District Ten. Nichols School. Two teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment 100, average attendance 75, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/50 (item 49)
        District Ten. Broad Branch School. Two teachers in school, condition of building good, enrollment 100, average attendance 82, size of grounds unknown, two rooms, "moved to Winterville" . P730/51 (item 50)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Seventeen teachers in school, condition of building unknown, enrollment 704, average attendance 573, size of grounds unknown, seventeen rooms, "Dismantled for newer building". P730/52 (item 51)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Photo of additional Farmville School building. P730/53 (item 52)
        District Eleven. Moye School. Two teachers in school, condition of building fair, enrollment 94, average attendance 58, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/54 (item 53)
        District Twelve. Fountain School. Three teachers in school, condition of building poor, enrollment 139, average attendance unknown, size of grounds unknown, three rooms. P730/55 (item 54)
      • Photographs (ca. 1950)
         
        District Twelve. Lang School. One teacher school, condition of building extremely poor, enrollment 87, average attendance 63, size of grounds unknown, one room. P730/56 (item 1)
        District Twelve. Bynum School. Two teachers in school, condition of building fair, enrollment 84, average attendance unknown, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/57 (item 2)
        District Unknown. Photo of Gymnasium. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/58 (item 3)
        District Six. Calico School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/59 (item 4)
        District Four. Cherry Lane School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/60 (item 5)
        District Four. Clark's Neck School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/61 (item 6)
        District Three. Clemmons School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/62 (item 7)
        District One. Dildy School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/63 (item 8)
        District Nine. Ellis School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/64 (item 9)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/65 (item 10)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P760/66 (item 11)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/67 (item 12)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/68 (item 13)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/69 (item 14)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/70 (item 15)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/71 (item 16)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. (1951) P730/72 (item 17)
        District Unknown. Other information unknown. (1951) P730/73 (item 18)
        District Nine. Haddock School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/74 (item 19)
        District Unknown. Haddock School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/75 (item 20)
        District Unknown. Harper's School, Other information unknown. P730/76 (item 21)
        District Three. Harris School. Photo showing different view of school. P730/77 (item 22)
        District Unknown. Highsmith School. Photo showing different view of school with car in front. P730/78 (item 23)
        District Two. Highsmith School. Photo showing a different view of Highsmith School. P730/79 (item 24)
        District Two. Jones School. Photo showing a different view of school. P730/80 (item 25)
        District . Lang School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/81 (item 26)
        District Eleven. Moye School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/82 (item 27)
        District Eleven. Moye School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/83 (item 28)
        District Ten. Nichols School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/84 (item 29)
        District Unknown. Pactolus School. Other information unknown. P730/85 (item 30)
        District Three. Post Oak School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/86 (item 31)
        District Three. Post Oak School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/87 (item 32)
        District One. Rock Spring School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/88 (item 33)
        District Seven. Shiloh School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/89 (item 34)
        District Seven. Shiloh School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/90 (item 35)
        District Nine. Warren Chapel School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/91 (item 36)
        District Nine. Warren Chapel School. Photo showing a different view of the school. P730/92 (item 37)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Auditorium/Office, Grades 7-8. Other information unknown. P730/93 (item 38)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Library, Grades 4,5,6,9-12. Other information unknown. P730/94 (item 39)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Industrial Arts. Other information unknown. P730/95 (item 40)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Brick Building and Coal Bin. Other information unknown. P730/96 (item 41)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/97 (item 42)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. P730/98 (item 43)
        District One. Shrivers School. Other information unknown. P730/99 (item 44)
        District Four. St. Peter School. Other information unknown. P730/100 (item 45)
        District Nine. Zion Hill School. Other information unknown. P730/101 (item 46)
        District Unknown. Arthur School. Home economics cottage. Other information unknown. P730/102 (item 47)
        District Unknown. Arthur School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/103 (item 48)
        District Unknown. Arthur School. Cafeteria. Other information unknown. P730/104 (item 49)
        District Unknown. Arthur School. Teacherage. Other information unknown. P730/105 (item 50)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Primary building. Other information unknown. P730/106 (item 51)
        District Eight. Ayden High School. Other information unknown. P730/107 (item 52)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Agriculture Building. Other information unknown. P730/108 (item 53)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Home economics building. Other information unknown. P730/109 (item 54)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. (1961) P370/110 (item 55)
        District Unknown. Name and other information unknown. (1961) P730/111 (item 56)
        District Two. Bethel High School. Other information unknown. P730/112 (item 57)
        District Two. Bethel School. Elementary building. Other information unknown. P730/113 (item 58)
        District Unknown. Bethel School. Agriculture Building. Other information unknown. P730/114 (item 59)
        District Two. Bethel School. Gymansium. Other information unknown. P730/115 (item 60)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Main building.Other information unknown. P730/116 (item 61)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Eighth grade building.Other information unknown. P730/117 (item 62)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Agricultural Building. Other information unknown. P730/118 (item 63)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Home economics cottage. Other information unknown. P730/119 (item 64)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Photo showing a different view of the school. (1961) Other information unknown. P730/120 (item 65)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Cafeteria. Other information unknown. P730/121 (item 66)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Agriculture teacher's home. Other information unknown. P730/122 (item 67)
        District Unknown. Chicod School. Teacherage. Other information unknown. P730/123 (item 68)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/124 (item 69)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Gymansium. Other information unknown. P730/125 (item 70)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Agriculture building. P730/126 (item 71)
        District Eleven. Farmville School. Home economics cottage. P730/127 (item 72)
        District Twelve. Fountain School. Brick building. Other information unknown. P730/128 (item 73)
        District Twelve. Fountain School. Lunchroom. Other information unknown. P730/129 (item 74)
        District Twelve. Fountain School. Gymnasium. Other information unknown. P730/130 (item 75)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/131 (item 76)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/132 (item 77)
        District Unknown. Grifton School. Auditorium and gymnasium. Other information unknown. P730/133 (item 78)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/134 (item 79)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Agricultural shop. Other information unknown. P730/135 (item 80)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/136 (item 81)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Teacherage. Other information unknown. P730/137 (item 82)
        District Seven. Grifton School. Lunchroom. Other information unknown. P730/138 (item 83)
        District Seven. Name unknown. Other information unknown. P730/139 (item 84)
        District Four. Pactolus School. Visual aids/cafeteria building. Other information unknown. P730/140 (item 85)
        District Unknown. Pactolus School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/141 (item 86)
        District Four. Pactolus School. Teacherage. Other informaton unknown. P730/142 (item 87)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Main building. Other information unknown. P730/143 (item 88)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Agricultural building. Other information unknown. P730/144 (item 89)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Gymnasium. Other information unknown. P730/145 (item 90)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Principal's home. Other information unknown. P730/146 (item 91)
        District Unknown. Stokes School. Agriculture teacher's home. Other information unknown. P730/147 (item 92)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Primary building. Other information unknown. P730/148 (item 93)
        District Unknown. Winterville High School. High school. Other information unknown. P730/149 (item 94)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Home economics building. Other information unknown. P730/150 (item 95)
        District Unknown. Winterville School. Agricultural building. Other information unknown. P730/151 (item 96)
        Persons taking calls and writing. Other information unknown. P730/152 (item 97)
        District Unknown. Name unknown. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/153 (item 98)
        District Unknown. Bethel School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/154 (item 99)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/155 (item 100)
        District Unknown. Ayden School. Other information unknown. (1961) P730/156 (item 101)
        Persons sitting around table. Panel to discuss "What I did not get in high school that I need most in college".L-R Elaine Worthington, Jean Ann Liveimans, Frank Moore- Farmville, Mrs Fleming- ECC, Jack Forlines-Winterville, JamesAllen-Farmville. P730/157 (item 102)
        Bessie Ward Harris[?] an African American woman midwife. Other information unknown. P730/158 (item 103)
        African American female midwife standing in front of car. Name unknown. Other information unknown. (1962) P730/159 (item 104)
        Bessie Ward Harris standing on the right with two other midwives; names unknown. Other information unknown. P730/160 (item 105)
        Bessie Ward Harris[?] with another African American midwife; name unknown. Other information unknown. P730/161 (item 106)
        Negative images of photographs. (item 107)
        Photocopy of original photograph scrapbook with handwritten notes. (item 108)


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