Thomas Campbell Darst Collection

1915, 1939, 1944
Manuscript Collection #896
Creator(s)
Darst, Thomas C. (Thomas Campbell)
Physical description
0.012 Cubic Feet, 4 items
Preferred Citation
Thomas Campbell Darst Collection (#896), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Repository
ECU Manuscript Collection
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Collection (1939) consisting of a pamphlet entitled Bishop[Thomas Campbell] Darst and East Carolina during the past twenty five years [1914-1939]. by Frederick Arthur Turner.


Administrative information
Custodial History

December 20, 2002 (unprocessed), 0.01 cubic feet, 22 pages; Collection (1939) consisting of a pamphlet entitled Bishop[Thomas Campbell] Darst and East Carolina during the past twenty five years [1914-1939]. by Frederick Arthur Turner. Donor: Egbert L. Nunn, Jr.

August 23, 2006, (unprocessed addition 1), 2 items, 0.001 cubic feet; Letters (13 April & 26 April 1944) from Bishop Thomas Campbell Darst of the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina, to Mr. Charles A. White, of White's Stores, Greenville, North Carolina and from Rev. John R. Bill, of Norwich, New York, regarding a church position in Greenville, NC. See preliminary inventory. Rec?d. 8/18/2006. Notes: Darst was Bishop of East Carolina, 1915-1945. See related Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina Records (#797). Donor: Mr. William E. "Mickey" Elmore.

June 11, 2010, (unprocessed addition 2), 1 items, 0.001 cubic feet; Certificate (6 January 1915) for the ordination and confirmation of Thomas Campbell Darst, D.D., to be Bishop of Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina, by Daniel Sylvester Tuttle, Bishop of Missouri & Presiding Bishop, signed Wilmington, North Carolina. Parchment. 21.5" x 18" See preliminary inventory. Recd. 3/9/2010. Donor: Charles William Gee.

Source of acquisition

Gift of Egbert L. Nunn, Jr

Gift of William E. "Mickey" Elmore

Gift of Charles William Gee

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