Jack Holland Spain Papers, ca. 1923-1978 (bulk 1955-1975)

Manuscript Collection #1122

  • Descriptive Summary
     
    Title: Jack Holland Spain Papers
    Creator: Spain, Jack Holland
    Repository: ECU Manuscript Collection
    Language: English
    Abstract:
    Extent: 3.27 Cubic feet, 1280 items ,
  • Administrative Information
     
    Accessions Information

    January 18, 2008, (unprocessed) 1,280 items, 3.27 cubic feet; Papers (ca. 1923-1978, undated [bulk: 1955-1975]) of a prominent Greenville, North Carolina attorney and Democratic Party activist, who served as administrative assistant to U. S. Senator Samuel J. Ervin, Jr., 1955-1975, notably during the Watergate Scandal, and including personal, social, business and political files, photographic prints, and oversized materials relating to his life in Washington, DC, and North Carolina. Donor: Estate of Marie H. Spain

    Acquisition Information

    Gift of the estate of Marie H. Spain

    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

    Jack Holland Spain Papers (#1122), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

    Processing Information

    Encoded by Mark Custer, January 22, 2008


Preliminary Inventory

Below is material taken from a preliminary inventory and represents content from the collection that is unprocessed.

  • Correspondence Files
     

    • Box 1
       
      Adlai Stevenson Reception, Washington, D.C. (1956)
      Aiken, George (Sen. D-VT) & Lola. Washington, D.C. (1973) Note: retirement. Also signed by Lola.
      Alexander, Hugh Q. Washington, D.C. (1955, 1972) Note: Illness.
      Associated Press, Miami, Fla. (1975)
      Bason, Marvie H. (Mrs. Sara Bason) Yanceyville, N.C. (1955)
      Bergamini, Priscilla. Wilmington, N.C. (1976) Note: minutes of USS N.C. Battleship Commission
      Best, Janet, Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Bissette, W. Ivan. Grifton, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Black, Bedford W. Kannapolis, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Bowers, Claude G. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) Note: National Democratic Committee.
      Brasswell, Edward T. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Buehler, Robert. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Byrd, Harry. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Capitol Page School. Washington, D.C. (1955, 1956) 4 items. 6 p.
      The Chatterbox Club. Washington, D.C. (1962) 1 item. 8 p.
      Cherry Blossom Festival, Washington, D.C. (1955, 1957) 4 items. 6 p.
      Congleton, Beverly. Stokes, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Congressional Secretaries Club, New York, N.Y. (1965) 3 items. 7 p. Note: List of secretaries; General Motors Futurama tickets (2)
      Congressional Staff Club, Washington, D.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Cope, James D. Washington, D.C. (1973) 1 item. 2 p. Note: Retirement. Includes photographic prints of Spain and Senator Ervin.
      Croom, William D. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Cox, Dorothea. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) Note: Photograph of Senator Ervin.
      Daniels, Moncie, Jr. Manteo, N.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Deane, Agnes C. Rockingham, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Deane, Charles B. (Hon., D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Democratic Congressional Dinner, Washington, D.C. (1964) 8 p.
      Democratic National Convention Los Angeles, CA (1960) 4 items 50 p. Note: Map of Downtown Los Angeles
      Democratic Party of North Carolina Raleigh, NC (1973) 2 items. 15 p.
      Democratic Party of North Carolina, Raleigh, N.C. (1972, 1976) 6 items. 37 p.
      Donaldson, Ray S. Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Edwards, A. C. Greenville, N.C. (1961) 2 items. 2 p.
      East Carolina College, Greenville, N.C. (1958) 1 item. 4 p. Note: Postage stamp included.
      Ervin, Sam J., Jr. (Senator) New York, N.Y. (1955) 1 item. 6 p.
      Ervin, Sam J., Jr. (Senator) Raleigh, N.C. (1954) 32 items. 107 p.
      Ervin, Sam J. (D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1955, 1959, 1968) 17 items. 110 p. Note: 1968 N.C. State Convention
      Ervin, Sam J. (D-N.C.), Saint Louis, Mo. (1958) 1 item. 8 p. Note: Address to American Bar Association.
      Ervin, Sam J., Jr. (D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1964) 26 items. 119 p. Note: 1964 campaign ink pen.
      Ervin, Sam, J. (D-NC) Washington, DC (1969, 1972-1973) 32 items. 99 p.
      Ervin, Sam J. (D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1974, 1975) 5 items. 10 p. Note: newsletters.
      Eisenhower-Nixon Inauguration Invitation, Washington, D.C. (1957) 12 items. 64 p.
      Election Returns, North Carolina. (1960)
      Evans, Mary. Washington, D.C. (1955) 1 item. 2 p. Note: Illness.
      Garner, [?] Mildred, Edmondson, Washington, D.C. (1955) 1 item. 2 p.
      Gatton, Harry. Raleigh, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      George, Walter F. Vienna, Ga. (1955)
      Gilstrap, Max M. Athens, Ga. (1971, 1978) 2 items. 15 p.
      Graham, John S. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Greenville Rotary Club, Greenville, N.C. (1975, 1976) 33 items. 77 p.
      Greenville Rotary Club, Greenville, N.C. (1976) 20 items. 37 p.
      Gulledge, William R. Counsel, U.S. Senate Committee on the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: illness.
      Harrison, Gordon F. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: illness.
      Hart, Harvey D. Swansboro, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Hearings before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. (1955) 282 p. Note: Mimeograph, Vol. 2.
      Helms, Jesse. Washington, D.C. (1974) 2 item. 2 p.
      Herbert C. Bonner Bridge, Dare County, N.C. (1964) 16 p.
      Hertford County Rotary Club, Ahoskie, N.C. (1962) 6 p. Note: Photographs (3)
      Hicks, Maynard H. Snow Hill, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Hodges, Luther H. Chapel Hill, N.C. (1957, 1969) 2 item. 3 p.
      Hoey, Clyde R. (D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1946-1950) 46 items. 118 p. Note: Robert Lee Humber.
      Hoisington, Perry M., II. (USAF) Washington, D.C. (1961)
      Hruska, Roman L. (Senator, D-Neb.) (1966)
      Hunt, Douglass. New York, N.Y. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Hunt, Jim. Raleigh, N.C. (1976)
      Inaugural Ball Committee, Washington, D.C. (1958)
      Inaugural Committee, Washington, D.C. (1965) 10 items. 20 p. Note: Tickets, Photographs, and Display Tag.
      Jenkins, Leo W. Greenville, N.C. (1977)
      Knight, E. W. Chapel Hill, N.C. (1947) 1 item. 28 p. Note: book.
      Lanier, J. Con. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Latham, Scott. New York, N.Y. (1975)
      Malone, Charles. Lillington, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Miller, Truman W. Kinston, N.C. (1955)
      Moore-McCormack Lines Incorporated, New York, N.Y. (1965) 11 items. 111 p.
      Morrisson, Fred Wilson (Mr. & Mrs.). Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Honoring Lindsay C. Warren.
      Mumford, L. Quincey. Librarian of Congress. Washington, D.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      National Cherry Blossom Parade, Washington, D.C. (1957) 6 items. 7 p.
      National Community Christmas Tree Lighting Invitation. (1955)
      North Carolina Democratic Club of Washington, D.C. (1953) 1 item. p. 13.
      North Carolina Democratic Club of Washington, D.C. (1954) 2 items. 37 p.
      North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. (1974) 8 p. Note: USS NC Battleship Commission.
      North Carolina State Democratic Executive Committee. (1972, 1973, 1976) 45 items. 124 p.
      North Carolina Society of Washington, D.C. (1951, 1973) 27 items. 111 p.
      The North Carolina Society of Washington, D.C. (1959, 1966, 1968) 2 items. 8 p.
      The North Carolina Society, Washington, D.C. (1973, 1974) 2 item. 4 p. Note: N.C. Governor Banquet and Ball.
      The North Carolina State Bar, Raleigh, N.C. (1981) 2 items. 2 p.
      The North Caroliniana Society, Raleigh, N.C. (1980) 5 items. 20 p.
    • Box 2
       
      Parkinson, Ed. O., Jr. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Parsons, A. Lee, Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Paul, Dan M. Raleigh, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Peel, Gilbert. Greenville, N.C. (1953, 1960) 3 item. 5 p.
      Peel, Gilbert. Douglas, Ga. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Perquimans County Democratic Party. Hertford, N.C. (1968) Note: Annual Dinner.
      Pickard, T. Ed., Jr. Charlotte, N.C. (1972, 1973) Note: Illness.
      Pitt County Board of Commissioners, Greenville, N.C. (1963)
      Pitt County Democratic Executive Committee, Greenville, N.C. (1973)
      Pitt County Democratic Party. (1976)
      Pitt County Soil and Conservation District, Greenville, N.C. (1973)
      Price, Eugene. Goldsboro, N.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Proprietary Association. (1968, 1972) 23 items. 98 p. Note: 91st annual meeting.
      Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, N.C. (n.d.)
      Roanoke Island Historical Society, Roanoke Island, N.C. (1975)
      Roanoke Island Historical Association. (1975) 30 items. 143 p. Note: Lost Colony, 30th Production Season.
      Roberts, J. W. H. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Rumple, J. C. (Sheriff, Iredell County, N.C.) Statesville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      SS Mormacdraco Launching, Pascagoula, Miss. (1965)
      Scott, Robert W. (Candidate for Governor) Raleigh, N.C. (1968)
      Shaffer, Charles M. Chapel Hill, N.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Shore, Pat. Washington, D.C. (1974)
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1942, 1954) 55 items. 117 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1955, 1957) 56 items. 96 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1956) 24 items. 109 p. Note: 1956 Democratic National Convention.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1961, 1963) 15 item. 57 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1964, 1969) 54 items. 127 p.
      Spain, Jack. Kitty Hawk, N.C. (1970, 1973) 121 item. 198 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1973) 109 items. 198 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1958, 1961) 51 items. 182 p. Note: Personal.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1974) 23 items. 71p. Note: Speech on index cards, photographs.
    • Box 3
       
      Speight, Bill. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Speight, Rachel. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Sugg, Bruce, Jr. Greenville, N.C. (1964) Note: Son's Wedding.
      Tani, Ambassador of Japan. Washington, D.C. (1957)
      Taylor, Dwight D., Jr. Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Terry, D[?]. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Tripp, Anice (Mrs. W. Arthur Tripp). Greenville, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Tyson, Reid W. (Mr. & Mrs.) Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1968) 4 items. 38 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1974, 1973) 24 items. 88 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1975) 6 items. 63 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1975) 25 items. 44 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1975) 22 items. 76 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1975) 17 items. 70 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1976) 19 items. 64 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1976) 8 items. 32 p. Note: Business Operations and Memorial Day Program.
      Underwood, Sam B., Jr. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      United States Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C. (1975) Note: ticket.
      United States Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry Staff (Helen A. Miller & Betty M. Mason) (1973) Note: Retirement.
      University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. (1978)
      University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Alumni Association. (1955)
      University of North Carolina Alumni Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C. (n.d.)
      Valeo, Francis R. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Vincent, "Rock." Greenville, N.C. (1955)
      Vorontsov, Yuli. (Counselor, USSR Embassy) Washington, D.C. (1968)
      Waldrop, J. Herbert. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Warren, E. A. Greenville, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Warren, Lindsay C. Washington, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Warren, Marjorie. Washington, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Washington County Democratic Executive Committee, Plymouth, N.C. (1968) 5 items. 9 p.
      Webb, Tom. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Wentworth, Herbert W. Greensboro, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Whisenant, Irene (Miss). Maiden, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Wooten, Frank M. Greenville, N.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Yarmon, Betty. New York, N.Y. (n.d.)
      Young Republicans Inaugural Activities Committee, Washington, D.C. (1975)
      [?] Kathleen. High Point, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      [?], Millie. Miami, Fla. (1955) Note: Illness.
  • Printed Forms
     

    • Box 4
       
      American Revolution Bicentennial, Greenville Town Common, N.C. (1976) Note: Bicentennial Celebration: printed form.
      The Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free, and Accepted Masons of North Carolina, Greenville, N.C. (1971) Note: Service Award.
      The National Historical Society. (1972)
      North Carolina Congressional Districts. (n.d.)
      State of North Carolina Executive Department. (1965-1972) 4 items. 4 p. Note: USS Battleship Commission.
      State of North Carolina Executive Department. (1961) 2 items. 2 p.
      Spain, Jack. Chapel Hill, N.C. (n.d.) Note: Class Reunion Picture.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) Note: Written in Greek.
      United States Senate. Washington, D.C. (1945) Note: Certificate for loyal service to the Senate.
  • Photographs
     

    • Box 5
       
      Bailey, Jack W. (n.d.) Note: Photograph.
      Bonner, Herbert C. (n.d.)
      Eisenhower, Dwight. (President of the United States) (n.d.) Note: Photograph.
      Ervin, Sam J. (D-N.C.) (1955) 3 items. 3 p.
      O'Brien, Clarence A. Washington, D.C. (n.d.)
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) 2 items. 2 p. Note: John F. Kennedy also in picture.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1969) Note: John F. Kennedy also in picture.
      Spain, Jack Jr. (Lieutenant, U.S. Navy) (1957) Note: photograph.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) 8 items. 8 p. Note: Printed forms.
      Unidentified Photographs. (n.d.) 28 items. 28 p. Note: Some Photographs include Jack Spain.
      Unidentified Photographs. (n.d.) 6 items. 6 p. Note: Some Photographs include Jack Spain.
      Unidentified Photographs. (n.d.) 6 items. 6 p. Note: Some Photographs include Jack Spain.
      Warren, Lindsay. (1954) Note: Photograph.
  • Oversized Materials
     

    • Photographs
       

      • Folder os1
         
        Democratic National Convention, International Amphitheatre, Chicago, Ill. 26-29 August 1968. (item 1)
        The Alumni Annual Giving Program, Jack Spain. Paul F. Sharp, Chancellor. January 1966. (item 2)
        The George Campbell Class Early Fall Reunion, New Bern Consistory No. 3. 1 September 1948. (item 3)
        Life photograph of Senator Clyde R. Hoey. Note: Picture taken by Robert L. Shoaf. (item 4)
        Life photograph of Senator Clyde R. Hoey. Note: Photograph owned by Life Magazine and Published by Time Incorporated. (item 5)
        Senator Clyde R. Hoey. Note: To My Valued and Trusted Friend and Co-worker Jack Spain. (item 6)
        Senator Clyde R. Hoey. Note: To my trusted friend and most efficient secretary. Jack Spain. Note: Picture taken by Chase-Statler. (item 7)
        Senator Ervin and Jack Spain taken 29 May 1967. (item 8)
        Thirteenth Annual Congressional Banquet, North Carolina Democratic Club of Washington, D.C., Mayflower Hotel. 18 March 1949. (item 9)
        Twentieth Annual Congressional Banquet, North Carolina Democratic Club of Washington, D.C. Walter J. Pittman, President. Sheraton Park Hotel. 24 March 1956. (item 10)
        USS North Carolina at Anchor in Anchorage in the Palau Islands. Taken by the USS Essex. 21 November 1944. (item 11)
        Unidentified Photograph. (n.d.) (item 12)
    • Printed Forms
       

      • Folder os1
         
        North Carolina State Democratic Executive Committee of Pitt County. 23 August 1965. Note: Certificate of Appreciation presented to Jack Spain. (item 13)
        The President, The Professors, and Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina admit Jack Holland Spain, Bachelor of Arts. 13 June 1923. (item 14)
        The State of North Carolina presents Jack H. Spain to be admitted to Attorney and Counselor at Law. 24 August 1931. (item 15)
        State of North Carolina, Society of the Prodigal Son. 21 December 1965. Note: Signed by Governor Terry Sanford. (item 16)
  • Books to be Shelved in North Carolina Collection
     

    • Box 6
       
      Bright Leaf: The rich story of the founding of a Carolina tobacco dynasty, the ruthless man who built it, and the two women he loved, by Foster Fitz-Simons. (New York, Toronto: Rinehart & Co., Inc. © 1948) 1 vol. 238 p.
      Directory of the State and County Officials of North Carolina; Issued Biennially, by Thad Eure, Secretary of State. (Raleigh, N.C. 1965) 1 vol. 48 p.
      On Carolina Gridiron; 1888-1936, by Smith Barrier (Durham, N.C.: Seeman Printery, Inc., © 1937) 1 vol. 48 p.
      Sudan Temple; A.A.O.N.M.S. (Taylors, S.C.: Palmetto Portraits, Inc., © 1976) 1 vol. 57 p.
      Willis Smith; Late Senator from North Carolina; Memorial Addresses Delivered in Congress. (Washington, D.C.: United States Printing Office, © 1954) 1 vol. 84 p.

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Preliminary Inventory

  • Correspondence Files
     

    • Box 1
       
      Adlai Stevenson Reception, Washington, D.C. (1956)
      Aiken, George (Sen. D-VT) & Lola. Washington, D.C. (1973) Note: retirement. Also signed by Lola.
      Alexander, Hugh Q. Washington, D.C. (1955, 1972) Note: Illness.
      Associated Press, Miami, Fla. (1975)
      Bason, Marvie H. (Mrs. Sara Bason) Yanceyville, N.C. (1955)
      Bergamini, Priscilla. Wilmington, N.C. (1976) Note: minutes of USS N.C. Battleship Commission
      Best, Janet, Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Bissette, W. Ivan. Grifton, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Black, Bedford W. Kannapolis, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Bowers, Claude G. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) Note: National Democratic Committee.
      Brasswell, Edward T. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Buehler, Robert. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Byrd, Harry. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Capitol Page School. Washington, D.C. (1955, 1956) 4 items. 6 p.
      The Chatterbox Club. Washington, D.C. (1962) 1 item. 8 p.
      Cherry Blossom Festival, Washington, D.C. (1955, 1957) 4 items. 6 p.
      Congleton, Beverly. Stokes, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Congressional Secretaries Club, New York, N.Y. (1965) 3 items. 7 p. Note: List of secretaries; General Motors Futurama tickets (2)
      Congressional Staff Club, Washington, D.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Cope, James D. Washington, D.C. (1973) 1 item. 2 p. Note: Retirement. Includes photographic prints of Spain and Senator Ervin.
      Croom, William D. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Cox, Dorothea. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) Note: Photograph of Senator Ervin.
      Daniels, Moncie, Jr. Manteo, N.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Deane, Agnes C. Rockingham, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Deane, Charles B. (Hon., D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Democratic Congressional Dinner, Washington, D.C. (1964) 8 p.
      Democratic National Convention Los Angeles, CA (1960) 4 items 50 p. Note: Map of Downtown Los Angeles
      Democratic Party of North Carolina Raleigh, NC (1973) 2 items. 15 p.
      Democratic Party of North Carolina, Raleigh, N.C. (1972, 1976) 6 items. 37 p.
      Donaldson, Ray S. Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Edwards, A. C. Greenville, N.C. (1961) 2 items. 2 p.
      East Carolina College, Greenville, N.C. (1958) 1 item. 4 p. Note: Postage stamp included.
      Ervin, Sam J., Jr. (Senator) New York, N.Y. (1955) 1 item. 6 p.
      Ervin, Sam J., Jr. (Senator) Raleigh, N.C. (1954) 32 items. 107 p.
      Ervin, Sam J. (D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1955, 1959, 1968) 17 items. 110 p. Note: 1968 N.C. State Convention
      Ervin, Sam J. (D-N.C.), Saint Louis, Mo. (1958) 1 item. 8 p. Note: Address to American Bar Association.
      Ervin, Sam J., Jr. (D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1964) 26 items. 119 p. Note: 1964 campaign ink pen.
      Ervin, Sam, J. (D-NC) Washington, DC (1969, 1972-1973) 32 items. 99 p.
      Ervin, Sam J. (D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1974, 1975) 5 items. 10 p. Note: newsletters.
      Eisenhower-Nixon Inauguration Invitation, Washington, D.C. (1957) 12 items. 64 p.
      Election Returns, North Carolina. (1960)
      Evans, Mary. Washington, D.C. (1955) 1 item. 2 p. Note: Illness.
      Garner, [?] Mildred, Edmondson, Washington, D.C. (1955) 1 item. 2 p.
      Gatton, Harry. Raleigh, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      George, Walter F. Vienna, Ga. (1955)
      Gilstrap, Max M. Athens, Ga. (1971, 1978) 2 items. 15 p.
      Graham, John S. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Greenville Rotary Club, Greenville, N.C. (1975, 1976) 33 items. 77 p.
      Greenville Rotary Club, Greenville, N.C. (1976) 20 items. 37 p.
      Gulledge, William R. Counsel, U.S. Senate Committee on the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: illness.
      Harrison, Gordon F. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: illness.
      Hart, Harvey D. Swansboro, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Hearings before the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. (1955) 282 p. Note: Mimeograph, Vol. 2.
      Helms, Jesse. Washington, D.C. (1974) 2 item. 2 p.
      Herbert C. Bonner Bridge, Dare County, N.C. (1964) 16 p.
      Hertford County Rotary Club, Ahoskie, N.C. (1962) 6 p. Note: Photographs (3)
      Hicks, Maynard H. Snow Hill, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Hodges, Luther H. Chapel Hill, N.C. (1957, 1969) 2 item. 3 p.
      Hoey, Clyde R. (D-N.C.) Washington, D.C. (1946-1950) 46 items. 118 p. Note: Robert Lee Humber.
      Hoisington, Perry M., II. (USAF) Washington, D.C. (1961)
      Hruska, Roman L. (Senator, D-Neb.) (1966)
      Hunt, Douglass. New York, N.Y. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Hunt, Jim. Raleigh, N.C. (1976)
      Inaugural Ball Committee, Washington, D.C. (1958)
      Inaugural Committee, Washington, D.C. (1965) 10 items. 20 p. Note: Tickets, Photographs, and Display Tag.
      Jenkins, Leo W. Greenville, N.C. (1977)
      Knight, E. W. Chapel Hill, N.C. (1947) 1 item. 28 p. Note: book.
      Lanier, J. Con. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Latham, Scott. New York, N.Y. (1975)
      Malone, Charles. Lillington, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Miller, Truman W. Kinston, N.C. (1955)
      Moore-McCormack Lines Incorporated, New York, N.Y. (1965) 11 items. 111 p.
      Morrisson, Fred Wilson (Mr. & Mrs.). Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Honoring Lindsay C. Warren.
      Mumford, L. Quincey. Librarian of Congress. Washington, D.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      National Cherry Blossom Parade, Washington, D.C. (1957) 6 items. 7 p.
      National Community Christmas Tree Lighting Invitation. (1955)
      North Carolina Democratic Club of Washington, D.C. (1953) 1 item. p. 13.
      North Carolina Democratic Club of Washington, D.C. (1954) 2 items. 37 p.
      North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. (1974) 8 p. Note: USS NC Battleship Commission.
      North Carolina State Democratic Executive Committee. (1972, 1973, 1976) 45 items. 124 p.
      North Carolina Society of Washington, D.C. (1951, 1973) 27 items. 111 p.
      The North Carolina Society of Washington, D.C. (1959, 1966, 1968) 2 items. 8 p.
      The North Carolina Society, Washington, D.C. (1973, 1974) 2 item. 4 p. Note: N.C. Governor Banquet and Ball.
      The North Carolina State Bar, Raleigh, N.C. (1981) 2 items. 2 p.
      The North Caroliniana Society, Raleigh, N.C. (1980) 5 items. 20 p.
    • Box 2
       
      Parkinson, Ed. O., Jr. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Parsons, A. Lee, Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Paul, Dan M. Raleigh, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Peel, Gilbert. Greenville, N.C. (1953, 1960) 3 item. 5 p.
      Peel, Gilbert. Douglas, Ga. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Perquimans County Democratic Party. Hertford, N.C. (1968) Note: Annual Dinner.
      Pickard, T. Ed., Jr. Charlotte, N.C. (1972, 1973) Note: Illness.
      Pitt County Board of Commissioners, Greenville, N.C. (1963)
      Pitt County Democratic Executive Committee, Greenville, N.C. (1973)
      Pitt County Democratic Party. (1976)
      Pitt County Soil and Conservation District, Greenville, N.C. (1973)
      Price, Eugene. Goldsboro, N.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Proprietary Association. (1968, 1972) 23 items. 98 p. Note: 91st annual meeting.
      Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, N.C. (n.d.)
      Roanoke Island Historical Society, Roanoke Island, N.C. (1975)
      Roanoke Island Historical Association. (1975) 30 items. 143 p. Note: Lost Colony, 30th Production Season.
      Roberts, J. W. H. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Rumple, J. C. (Sheriff, Iredell County, N.C.) Statesville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      SS Mormacdraco Launching, Pascagoula, Miss. (1965)
      Scott, Robert W. (Candidate for Governor) Raleigh, N.C. (1968)
      Shaffer, Charles M. Chapel Hill, N.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Shore, Pat. Washington, D.C. (1974)
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1942, 1954) 55 items. 117 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1955, 1957) 56 items. 96 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1956) 24 items. 109 p. Note: 1956 Democratic National Convention.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1961, 1963) 15 item. 57 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1964, 1969) 54 items. 127 p.
      Spain, Jack. Kitty Hawk, N.C. (1970, 1973) 121 item. 198 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1973) 109 items. 198 p.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1958, 1961) 51 items. 182 p. Note: Personal.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1974) 23 items. 71p. Note: Speech on index cards, photographs.
    • Box 3
       
      Speight, Bill. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Speight, Rachel. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Sugg, Bruce, Jr. Greenville, N.C. (1964) Note: Son's Wedding.
      Tani, Ambassador of Japan. Washington, D.C. (1957)
      Taylor, Dwight D., Jr. Washington, D.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Terry, D[?]. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Tripp, Anice (Mrs. W. Arthur Tripp). Greenville, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Tyson, Reid W. (Mr. & Mrs.) Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1968) 4 items. 38 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1974, 1973) 24 items. 88 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1975) 6 items. 63 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1975) 25 items. 44 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1975) 22 items. 76 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1975) 17 items. 70 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1976) 19 items. 64 p.
      USS North Carolina Battleship Commission, Wilmington, N.C. (1976) 8 items. 32 p. Note: Business Operations and Memorial Day Program.
      Underwood, Sam B., Jr. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      United States Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C. (1975) Note: ticket.
      United States Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry Staff (Helen A. Miller & Betty M. Mason) (1973) Note: Retirement.
      University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. (1978)
      University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Alumni Association. (1955)
      University of North Carolina Alumni Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C. (n.d.)
      Valeo, Francis R. Washington, D.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Vincent, "Rock." Greenville, N.C. (1955)
      Vorontsov, Yuli. (Counselor, USSR Embassy) Washington, D.C. (1968)
      Waldrop, J. Herbert. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Warren, E. A. Greenville, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Warren, Lindsay C. Washington, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Warren, Marjorie. Washington, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Washington County Democratic Executive Committee, Plymouth, N.C. (1968) 5 items. 9 p.
      Webb, Tom. Greenville, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Wentworth, Herbert W. Greensboro, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      Whisenant, Irene (Miss). Maiden, N.C. (1955) Note: Illness.
      Wooten, Frank M. Greenville, N.C. (1972) Note: Illness.
      Yarmon, Betty. New York, N.Y. (n.d.)
      Young Republicans Inaugural Activities Committee, Washington, D.C. (1975)
      [?] Kathleen. High Point, N.C. (1973) Note: Retirement.
      [?], Millie. Miami, Fla. (1955) Note: Illness.
  • Printed Forms
     

    • Box 4
       
      American Revolution Bicentennial, Greenville Town Common, N.C. (1976) Note: Bicentennial Celebration: printed form.
      The Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free, and Accepted Masons of North Carolina, Greenville, N.C. (1971) Note: Service Award.
      The National Historical Society. (1972)
      North Carolina Congressional Districts. (n.d.)
      State of North Carolina Executive Department. (1965-1972) 4 items. 4 p. Note: USS Battleship Commission.
      State of North Carolina Executive Department. (1961) 2 items. 2 p.
      Spain, Jack. Chapel Hill, N.C. (n.d.) Note: Class Reunion Picture.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) Note: Written in Greek.
      United States Senate. Washington, D.C. (1945) Note: Certificate for loyal service to the Senate.
  • Photographs
     

    • Box 5
       
      Bailey, Jack W. (n.d.) Note: Photograph.
      Bonner, Herbert C. (n.d.)
      Eisenhower, Dwight. (President of the United States) (n.d.) Note: Photograph.
      Ervin, Sam J. (D-N.C.) (1955) 3 items. 3 p.
      O'Brien, Clarence A. Washington, D.C. (n.d.)
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) 2 items. 2 p. Note: John F. Kennedy also in picture.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (1969) Note: John F. Kennedy also in picture.
      Spain, Jack Jr. (Lieutenant, U.S. Navy) (1957) Note: photograph.
      Spain, Jack. Washington, D.C. (n.d.) 8 items. 8 p. Note: Printed forms.
      Unidentified Photographs. (n.d.) 28 items. 28 p. Note: Some Photographs include Jack Spain.
      Unidentified Photographs. (n.d.) 6 items. 6 p. Note: Some Photographs include Jack Spain.
      Unidentified Photographs. (n.d.) 6 items. 6 p. Note: Some Photographs include Jack Spain.
      Warren, Lindsay. (1954) Note: Photograph.
  • Oversized Materials
     

    • Photographs
       

      • Folder os1
         
        Democratic National Convention, International Amphitheatre, Chicago, Ill. 26-29 August 1968. (item 1)
        The Alumni Annual Giving Program, Jack Spain. Paul F. Sharp, Chancellor. January 1966. (item 2)
        The George Campbell Class Early Fall Reunion, New Bern Consistory No. 3. 1 September 1948. (item 3)
        Life photograph of Senator Clyde R. Hoey. Note: Picture taken by Robert L. Shoaf. (item 4)
        Life photograph of Senator Clyde R. Hoey. Note: Photograph owned by Life Magazine and Published by Time Incorporated. (item 5)
        Senator Clyde R. Hoey. Note: To My Valued and Trusted Friend and Co-worker Jack Spain. (item 6)
        Senator Clyde R. Hoey. Note: To my trusted friend and most efficient secretary. Jack Spain. Note: Picture taken by Chase-Statler. (item 7)
        Senator Ervin and Jack Spain taken 29 May 1967. (item 8)
        Thirteenth Annual Congressional Banquet, North Carolina Democratic Club of Washington, D.C., Mayflower Hotel. 18 March 1949. (item 9)
        Twentieth Annual Congressional Banquet, North Carolina Democratic Club of Washington, D.C. Walter J. Pittman, President. Sheraton Park Hotel. 24 March 1956. (item 10)
        USS North Carolina at Anchor in Anchorage in the Palau Islands. Taken by the USS Essex. 21 November 1944. (item 11)
        Unidentified Photograph. (n.d.) (item 12)
    • Printed Forms
       

      • Folder os1
         
        North Carolina State Democratic Executive Committee of Pitt County. 23 August 1965. Note: Certificate of Appreciation presented to Jack Spain. (item 13)
        The President, The Professors, and Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina admit Jack Holland Spain, Bachelor of Arts. 13 June 1923. (item 14)
        The State of North Carolina presents Jack H. Spain to be admitted to Attorney and Counselor at Law. 24 August 1931. (item 15)
        State of North Carolina, Society of the Prodigal Son. 21 December 1965. Note: Signed by Governor Terry Sanford. (item 16)
  • Books to be Shelved in North Carolina Collection
     

    • Box 6
       
      Bright Leaf: The rich story of the founding of a Carolina tobacco dynasty, the ruthless man who built it, and the two women he loved, by Foster Fitz-Simons. (New York, Toronto: Rinehart & Co., Inc. © 1948) 1 vol. 238 p.
      Directory of the State and County Officials of North Carolina; Issued Biennially, by Thad Eure, Secretary of State. (Raleigh, N.C. 1965) 1 vol. 48 p.
      On Carolina Gridiron; 1888-1936, by Smith Barrier (Durham, N.C.: Seeman Printery, Inc., © 1937) 1 vol. 48 p.
      Sudan Temple; A.A.O.N.M.S. (Taylors, S.C.: Palmetto Portraits, Inc., © 1976) 1 vol. 57 p.
      Willis Smith; Late Senator from North Carolina; Memorial Addresses Delivered in Congress. (Washington, D.C.: United States Printing Office, © 1954) 1 vol. 84 p.

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