Wooten family financial and legal records. Includes 1883 deed to John F. Wooten for land in Lenoir County, an I.O.U., a diploma awarded to Richard C. Wooten from UVA, and records concerning the estate of James Christian, including the sale of a slave (Henry). Court documents related to the division of the estate of Council Wooten. Suit between Lafayette Wooten and John F., Marion, and Grissey Wooten. Includes a letter explaining the arrangement of the documents, a report labeled "AB," a report labeled "CD" detailing the division of land and slaves (with first name and approximate age of each slave), an additional court record, and an account of money owed to Lafayette Wooten by John F. Wooten. (1855-1888) 10 items, 19 sheets.
Moseley family financial and legal records. Includes record of money owed to J. W. Moseley by F. D. Moseley, I.O.U.s made out to W.O. Moseley by Rob B. Gilliam, legal document signed by Fannie C. Murphy related to W. O. Moseley, deeds for land to W. O. Moseley and W. J. Moseley, and a Certificate of Shares for Chesterfield Manufacturing Company in Chesterfield County, Virginia belonging to Fannie D. Moseley. (1852-1925) 7 items, 9 pages.
Land records of John F. Harper. Includes land indenture and a hand drawn land survey. (1878, 1885) 2 items, 3 pages.
Draft, "History of Lenoir County." No documented author. 1 item, 12 pages.
Draft, "La Grange & Vicinity" by C. S. Wooten. Local history. (1942) 1 item, 4 pages.
Pamphlet, "The Name and Family of Moseley." Compiled by the Media Research Bureau in Washington, DC. Includes genealogical information about the Moseley family and a short bibliography. Tri-fold. 1 item, 14 pages.
Miscellaneous. Newspaper clippings, Mason booklet titled " Mason on Self - Knowledge" (missing pages), photograph of a woman taken at Campbell C.H., VA, and unsigned poem titled "Spring & Youth." (1886, undated) 7 items, 26 pages.