B. Bruce Sugg, Jr., Collection

1959-1971, undated
Manuscript Collection #1203
Creator(s)
Physical description
0.24 Cubic Feet, 1 archival container, consisting of a scrapbook
Preferred Citation
B. Bruce Sugg, Jr., Collection (#1203), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA
Repository
ECU Manuscript Collection
Access
No restrictions

This collection consists of a large scrapbook containing ads (1959-1971, undated) from the Greenville, N.C., Daily Reflector newspaper for the State Bank Trust Co. and later the North Carolina National Bank (after the State Bank Trust Co., merged with it in 1969). At the time of the merger, Mr. Sugg was Senior Vice President and Trust Officer. The scrapbook was presented to B. Bruce Sugg, Jr., in 1982 upon his retirement from the Board of Directors for the bank. According to Sugg family members, the ads were written by Mr. Sugg. Additional loose materials in the scrapbook include a photograph, and State Bank Trust Co. and NCNB printed materials.


Biographical/historical information

Benjamin Bruce Sugg, Jr., was born in Pitt County, North Carolina, on August 31, 1912, to Benjamin Bruce Sugg, Sr., and Lillian Gray Sugg. He held many positions at State Bank & Trust Company of Greenville, N.C., which merged with North Carolina National Bank in 1969, such as senior vice president and trust officer and as a member of the Board of Trustees. He married Sarah Barnes of Kinston, N.C., in 1941 and they had daughters Martha Sugg Tippette and Sarah "Sally" Sugg Wheeler. He died on May 3, 1988, in Greenville, N.C., where he spent his life.


Administrative information
Custodial History

January 14, 2014, (unprocessed) 0.24 cubic foot, 1 item; Collection consists of a large scrapbook containing ads (1959-1971, undated) from the Greenville, N.C., Daily Reflector newspaper for the State Bank & Trust Co. and later the North Carolina National Bank (after the State Bank & Trust Co., merged with it in 1969). At the time of the merger, Mr. Sugg was Senior Vice President and Trust Officer. The scrapbook was presented to B. Bruce Sugg, Jr., in 1982 upon his retirement from the Board of Directors for the bank. According to Sugg family members, the ads were written by Mr. Sugg. Additional loose materials in the scrapbook include a photograph, and State Bank & Trust Co. and NCNB printed materials. The donor is Mr. Sugg's daughter. Gift of Sarah Sugg Wheeler.

Source of acquisition

Gift of Sarah Sugg Wheeler

Copyright notice

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