Elizabeth Vann Moore Papers, 1898, 1908-2009

Manuscript Collection #1215

  • Descriptive Summary
     
    Title: Elizabeth Vann Moore Papers
    Creator: Moore, Elizabeth Vann
    Repository: ECU Manuscript Collection
    Language: English
    Abstract: Collection (1898, 1908-2009) consists of research materials related to the history of Edenton and the Albemarle-Chowan region of North Carolina. Elizabeth Vann Moore (1912-2010) of Edenton spent her life researching local and family history topics. Her notebooks and correspondence reflect her involvement in writing Historic Edenton Guidebooks, the 300 year history of St. Paul's Parish in Edenton, a North Carolina Historical Review article on John Mare, and extensive information about the Edenton Tea Party, as well as work with the Edenton Historical Commission and the North Caroliniana Society. Also included are personal items such as her poetry, diplomas, plaques, and DVDs of interviews with Miss Moore done in 2007 by Martha Daniels.
    Extent: 18.25 Cubic feet, 59 archival boxes and 3 oversize folders, consisting of correspondence, research notes, manuscripts, maps, publications, photographs, diplomas, plaques, and DVDs
  • Description
     

    The Elizabeth Vann Moore Papers contain extensive research on Edenton and Albemarle-Chowan regional history and genealogy materials, as well as brief materials documenting Elizabeth Vann Moore’s education and early childhood. The collection also includes individual research materials related to Northeastern North Carolina furniture design, French refugees located in Northeastern North Carolina, John Mare, History of Towns: Edenton publication, Thomas Rolfe Family and Pocahontas, Edenton as the First Capital of North Carolina, Cradle of the Colony publication, Maritime Edenton, Josiah Collins, Jr. Family, and Samuel Johnston.

    The collection is organized into series based on: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Edenton, North Carolina; Northeastern North Carolina Churches; Edenton, North Carolina; Chowan County, North Carolina; Edenton Tea Party Research; Other Research Projects; Work with Committees and Commissions; Genealogy Research References; Eastern North Carolina Family Name Inquiries; Biographical Materials, and Oversized Materials.

    Series 1

    The St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Edenton, North Carolina series is arranged into 7 subseries. This series contains extensive research materials related to the 300 year history of the Northeastern North Carolina church. Included within this series are biographical histories of the church clergy; historical information regarding the church building, church renovations and repairs, artifacts and possessions owned by the church; photographic images of the church; information on churchyard plots and tombstones; and secondary research sources related to the church. The series culminates with manuscript drafts and published copies of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul’s, and correspondence with author Anne Edwards Greer.

    Series 2

    The Northeastern North Carolina Churches series contains materials related to the histories of Bethel Baptist Church; Yoepim Baptist Church; Edenton Baptist Church; Edenton Methodist Church; Evans United Methodist Church; Beaver Hll Church; and McBride’s Methodist Church.

    Series 3

    The Edenton, North Carolina, series is arranged into 10 subseries. This series contains extensive research materials regarding the historical development of the town including buildings, homes, governmental facilities, owned property, and the Edenton Woman’s Club guide book publications. The 1712 Old Building Plan focuses on lot numbers East of Broad Street during the original development of Edenton. The 1722 New Building Plan focuses on lot numbers West of Broad Street during town expansion. This series includes historical research materials related to the Chowan County Courthouse, Edenton Jail, Cannons on the Green, and the Confederate Monument of Edenton. This series also includes brief materials focused on the Iredell House, Barker House, Cupola House, historic buildings and sites, and Hope Plantation.

    Series 4

    The Chowan County, North Carolina, series is arranged into 3 subseries. This series contains research materials related to the New Chowan County Courthouse property, Chowan County wills and deeds from the period of 1711 to 1830, and historical information on buildings located in the county.

    Series 5

    The Edenton Tea Party Research series is arranged into 4 subseries. This series contains extensive research materials related to the resolution that was signed in Edenton on October 25, 1774. Extensive research materials include historical information regarding families that might have been associated with the resolution signing, historical research on Northeastern North Carolina counties during the period of 1727 to 1813, and secondary sources for a future manuscript. Correspondence regarding the Edenton Tea Party is alphabetized by last name of the correspondent. The series culminates with unpublished drafts of the Edenton Tea Party manuscript written by Elizabeth Vann Moore. Access to this series requires permission from the donor.

    Series 6

    The Other research projects series is arranged into 11 subseries. This series contains research materials related to Northeastern North Carolina furniture design, French refugees in Northeastern North Carolina, John Mare, History of Towns: Edenton publication, Thomas Rolfe Family and Pocahontas, Edenton as the First Capital of North Carolina, Cradle of the Colony publication, Maritime Edenton, Josiah Collins, Jr. Family, and Samuel Johnston. Research materials related to Northeastern North Carolina furniture design includes correspondence with the Museum of Southern Decorative Arts and the American Interiors: New England and the South magazine (1983). Research materials on French refugees in Northeastern North Carolina include the Caburrus Family and correspondence during the period of 1957 to 2000. Historical research material on the life John Mare includes correspondence with author Helen Burr Smith regarding two publications: John Mare Portraite Painter of New York and John Mare Merchant of Edenton, North Carolina and John Mare: A Composite Portrait. Research materials related to the life and history of Thomas Rolfe Family and Pocahontas written for the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy (1985). Research materials for the study of the town of Edenton as the first capital of North Carolina includes the manuscript draft of The First Capitol of North Carolina: Edenton and correspondence during the period of 1960 to 2002. Correspondence with Tom Parramore regarding the revision of the Cradle of the Colony publication (1964-1968). Correspondence with Peter Wrike regarding Martime Edenton during the period of 1750 to 1830 (1998). Research materials on the Josiah Collin, Jr., Family includes correspondence with John Collins Sykes III (1992-2002). Research materials on Samuel Johnston, of Edenton, includes manuscript drafts of Samuel Johnston of Edenton, Leader of the American Revolution in North Carolina and Samuel Johnston and the Ratification of the Federal Constitution in North Carolina by Anne Withers Bair (1968). Also included in this series are miscellaneous correspondence files alphabetized by last name of correspondent or topic and brief research materials on Aunt Abby House and James Davis, the first North Carolina journalist.

    Series 7

    The Work with Committees and Commissions series is arranged by the name of the group. This series contains membership status, meeting minutes, establishment of new committees and commissions, awards presented to Elizabeth Vann Moore, and committee projects. Committees and commissions included in this series are the Carolina Charter Tercentenary Commission (1960), Carolina Charter Cooperation (1964), Edenton Historical Commission (1962-1982), North Carolina Literary and Historical Association ( 1971), Queen Anne’s Park development committee (1977-1986), America’s 400th Anniversary Committee (1978), Historic Edenton Inc. (1966-1986), North Caroliniana Society (1976), Historic Preservation Society of North Carolina (1950-1995), Edenton Woman’s Club (1971), Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies (1976), Cupola House Association (1974-2008), and the North Carolina Confederate Centennial Commission (1960-1963). Awards presented to Elizabeth Vann Moore in this series include Woman of the Year (1980), Life Patron membership with The Friends of the Archives (1994), Ruth Coltrane Cannon Award (1977), and North Caroliniana Society Award (2004).

    Series 8

    The Genealogy Research References series is arranged by interrelated family lines. This series contains research materials concerning the interrelated family lineage of the Moore, Denman, Creecy, Charlton, Hoskins, Armistead, Ellison, Hind, Skinner, Rice, and Blount Families of Northeastern North Carolina. Extensive genealogy research materials concerning the Moore, Vann, Skinner, and Blount Families are included. This series also includes correspondence (1920-2008) regarding inquiries concerning the Moore, Blount, Skinner, and Vann Families. See the container list for genealogy research related to the families.

    Series 9

    The Eastern North Carolina Family name inquiries series contains correspondence alphabetized by the family surname. These inquiries were not related to the families discussed in the previous series.

    Series 10

    The Biographical materials series is arranged by 4 subseries. This series contains personal items, academic records, information regarding Elizabeth Vann Moore Day, and personal correspondence.

    Series 11

    The Oversized Materials series is arranged by 3 subseries. The series contains materials related to Edenton and Albemarle-Chowan regional maps and family lineage charts. This series also includes Elizabeth Vann Moore’s academic diplomas.

  • Biographical / Historical Note
     

    Elizabeth Vann Moore, daughter of John Augustus Moore, Sr., and Mabel Vann Moore, was born in Henderson, N.C., on February 3, 1912, and died on January 1, 2010, in Edenton, N.C., where she had lived since 1933. She graduated from St. Catherine's School in Richmond, Va.; attended Sweet Briar College in Virginia in 1929; earned a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1933 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and earned a Master of Arts in English in 1938 from Columbia University. Miss Moore taught English at All Saints' School in Vicksburg, Miss., for four years and subsequently at St. Catherine's School in Richmond. During World War II she worked for the American Red Cross at the Edenton Marine Base.

    She was well-known for the accuracy of her research in Edenton and Albemarle-Chowan regional history and genealogy. She worked with many local and state groups on historical projects such as the Edenton Historical Commission, from which she received the Lifetime Service Award; Cupola House Association, from which she received the Lifetime Service Award; Historic Edenton Incorporated; Chowan County Courthouse Research Committee; Queen Anne’s Park development committee; Edenton’s Woman’s Club; the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association; North Carolina Federation of Historical Societies; Carolina Tercentenary Committee; America’s 400th Anniversary Committee; Historic Preservation Society of North Carolina; North Carolina Committee for Continuing Education in the Humanities; North Carolina Confederate Centennial Commission; and was a charter member of the North Caroliniana Society, from which she received its annual North Caroliniana Society Award.

    She received numerous awards for her work including the Ruth Coltrane Cannon Cup from the Historic Preservation Society of North Carolina, a Certificate of Award from the Daughters of the American Revolution, Woman of the Year from the Edenton Business and Professional Women’s Club, Lifetime Member of Friends of the Library, and Life Patron membership from The Friends of the Archives. For her contributions to the Edenton community, Nov. 20 was declared as Elizabeth Vann Moore Day. This celebration of her passion for historical research is honored with the Elizabeth Vann Moore Biennial Series for Preservation Studies.

    Miss Moore wrote several editions of the Guide Book to Historic Edenton and Chowan County, served as consultant to and editor of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's (concerning St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Edenton), and was instrumental in the development of other published works, including Edenton, An Architectural Portrait. She also was the author of unpublished manuscripts on the Edenton Tea Party, and the colonial gardens of Edenton.

  • Administrative Information
     
    Accessions Information

    October 8, 2013, (unprocessed) 18.25 cubic feet; Collection (ca. 1927-2007) consists of research materials related to the history of Edenton and the Albemarle-Chowan region of North Carolina. Elizabeth Vann Moore (2/3/1912-1/1/2010) of Edenton spent her life researching local and family history topics. Her notebooks and correspondence reflect her involvement in writing Historic Edenton Guidebooks, the 300 year history of St. Paul's Parish in Edenton, a North Carolina Historical Review article on John Mare, and information about the Edenton Tea Party, as well as work with the Edenton Historical Commission and the North Caroliniana Society. Also included are personal items such as her poetry, diplomas, plaques, and DVDs of interviews with Miss Moore done in 2007 by Martha Daniels. Gift of Carter Rowe.

    Acquisition Information

    Gift of Carter Rowe

    Access Restrictions

    No restrictions other than permission must be obtained from the donor Carter Rowe before using the materials related to the Edenton Tea Pary.

    Copyright Notice

    Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law. Copyright for the unpublished manuscripts in this collection is retained by the donor Carter Rowe and his permission must be obtained before using any of the material in any publication.

    Preferred Citation

    Elizabeth Vann Moore Papers (#1215), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

    Processing Information

    Completed June 9, 2016, by Jenny Snyder

Container List

  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Edenton, North Carolina
     

    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church Clergy
       

      • Box 2
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy.
        Photographs of Bishop Green, Rev. Alvah Gillion, Bishop Atkinson, and Bishop A.A. Watson, undated.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: John Blair, 1704-1705.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Henry Gerrard, 1705-1706.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: William Gordon, 1708.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: John Urmstone, 1711-1722.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Thomas Newnam, 1722-1723. Includes photograph of Thomas Newnam.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: John Blackhall, 1725-1726.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Bevil Granville, 1732.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Clement Hall, 1745-1759.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Daniel Earl, 1759-1778(?).
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Frederick Hatch, 1812-1815.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Charles Pettigrew, 1778(?). Includes photograph of Charles Pettigrew.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: John Avery, 1828-1835. Includes an image of John Avery.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: William Cairns, 1836-1837.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Samuel Iredell Johnston, 1837-1865. Includes a photograph of Samuel Iredell Johnston.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Charles Maison, 1847-1850. Includes a photograph of Charles Maison.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Charles M. Parkman, 1851. Includes a photograph of Charles M. Parkman.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: James Thomas Pickett, 1854. Includes a photograph of James Thomas Pickett.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Francis W. Hilliard, 1857-1859; 1865-1859. Includes a photograph of Francis W. Hilliard.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Angelo Ames Benton, 1870-1874. Includes a photograh of Angelo Ames Benton.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: William Wilberforce Lord, 1876.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Robert B. Drane. Includes a photograph of Robert B. Drane.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Bishop Ives.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Wardens, for the period 1701 to 1894.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Vestrymen for the period 1701 to 1731.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Office Officials.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Rev. Ethan Allen writings.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Photocopy of Journal of the First and Second Conventions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in North Carolina, 1821.
    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building and Artifacts
       

      • Box 3
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Vestry Minutes, 1767-1938.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: First mention of church in vestry minutes.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Church Minutes, for the period 1850 to 1868.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Land deeds for Constant's Chapel, Farlow's Chapel, Indian Town Chapel, Knotty Pine Chapel.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Repairs, for the period 1806 to 1809.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Alterations, 1850.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Tiffany Window.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Repairs I, from the period 1947 to 1950.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Repairs II, from the period 1947 to 1950.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: National Register of Historic Places Nomination.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Parish Buildings.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Newspaper Clippings, 1936-1991.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Miscellaneous Building Information.
      • Box 4
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Possessions: Correspondence concerning the care of records, 1951-1973.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Possessions: The Church Organ.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Possessions: The Church Silver.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: The Church Gold.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Possessions: Gifts and Memorials.
    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church Images and Clippings
       

      • Box 4
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Photographs, 1952, 1997, undated. (unidentified)
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Photographs, 1890, 1905, 1931, undated. (identified and unidentified)
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Postcards. (identified)
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Images. (identified and unidentified)
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church newspaper clippings, 1965-1975.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church sheet of slides, 1957-1958. (identified)
    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church Plots and Tombstones
       

      • Box 4
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: walk to rectory.
        Research references including miscellaneous notes concerning St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church original charter.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: gravestones.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard burial rules.
        Correspondence of the St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard committee.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: Tombstone Inscriptions.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: Governors' Graves.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: Churchyard Plat and Key, 1915, 1996.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: List of Epitaphs, 1964.
        Maps of St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard.
      • Box 5
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): A.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): B.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): C.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): D.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): F.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): G.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): H.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): J.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): K.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): L.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): M.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): N.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): P.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): R.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): S.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): T.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): W.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): Y.
      • Box 6
         
        Box 6
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (notecards by graveyard section).
    • Secondary Sources on St. Paul's Episcopal Church
       

      • Box 7
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church history including church bulletins and research regarding Vestrymen signing the Test.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: Correspondence concerning the Albemarle Convocation, 1954-1997.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: Vestry Minutes.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: The Parkman Register, a complete Parish Register.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: Rev. Robert Drane Manuscripts.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: Publications used as secondary sources.
        Copy of The Church of England in Colonial North Carolina by Edgar Legare Pennington, S.T.D, 1937.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: notes taken from Church Records list parishoners, baptisms, confirmations, communicants, marriages, burials for the period 1832 to 1880.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: List of Black Parishoners of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church for the period 1832 to 1885.
    • A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript by Anne Edwards Greer
       

      • Box 8
         
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Grave at St Paul's.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Graves Within the Church.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: The "Governors' Graves."
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: The "Governors' Graves II."
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Index.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Appendices.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Unrecorded Graves Believed to be in the Churchyard.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Maiden Names of Wives and Mothers.
        Correspondence with Anne Edwards Greer concerning A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's, 2002-2003.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript, 2001.
        Copy (3) of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's by Anne Edwards Greer, 2003.
      • Box 9
         
        Research references on Northeastern North Carolina Churches including Bethel Baptist Church (Hertford, Perquimans Co.), Yoepim (Yoppim) Baptist Church (Chowan Co.), Edenton Methodist Church, and Evans United Medthodist Church.
        Research references on history of Bethel Baptist Church and Yoepim Baptist Church.
        Research references on history of Edenton Baptist Church.
        Research references on history of Edenton Methodist Church.
        Research references on history of Beaver Hill Cemetery, Edenton.
        Research references on history of Yoepim Baptist Church.
        Correspondence concerning McBride's Methodist Church (Fork Chapel) of Camden, North Carolina, 1963.
        Correspondence with Vernan Perdue Davis concerning St. Paul's Episcopal Church and other Northeastern North Carolina churches, 1971-1991.
  • Edenton, North Carolina
     

    • The 1712 Old Buiding Plan of Edenton, North Carolina (lot numbers East of Broad Street)
       

      • Box 10
         
        Research references including builders who were property owners in Edenton, North Carolina from the period 1736-1785.
        Correspondence concerning buildings in Edenton, North Carolina, 1955-1987.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: Street maps of Edenton lots from the period 1885 to 1927.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Leary Family property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: The Homestead property. Includes undated photographs.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Skinner House property. Includes 1973, 1992 photographs.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Hatch House property. Includes 1990 photograph.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Millen-Hathaway House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Leary Law Office property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Coffield House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Jane Page property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Burton House property. Includes 1972 photograph reprint.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Edenton Academy property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the St. John's property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Skinner-Elliott (Blair House) property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the McNider House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Williams-Flury (Booth House) property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Bennett Inn Building property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: demolished property. Includes 1970 photographs of Planter's Inn.
        Research references including newspaper clippings regarding Edenton property, 1995-2007.
    • The 1722 New Buiding Plan of Edenton, North Carolina (lot numbers West of Broad Street)
       

      • Box 10
         
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Paine House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Bond-McMullan House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Baker White (Simons) House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Norfleet House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Dixon-Powell House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Blount-Leary (Custom) House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Charlton House property. Includes 1972 photograph reprint.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Borritz-Tredwell House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Littlejohn House property. Includes 1972 photograph reprint.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: demolished property.
      • Box 11
         
        Research references including occupations of property owners in Edenton, North Carolina during the period from 1715 to 1807.
        Research references including deed books of Edenton, North Carolina during the period from 1698 to 1878.
        Research references including occupations of property owners in Edenton, North Carolina. (secondary sources)
        Research references including business firms in Edenton, North Carolina during the period from 1777 to 1856.
        Research references including community life of Edenton, North Carolina during the period from 1790 to 1831.
        Research references including marriage and death notices of Edenton, North Carolina, 1799-1825.
        Research references on Edenton, North Carolina: Miscellaneous.
        Historic Preservation Easements -- legal documents for Chowan County regarding The Dr. Richard Dillard Garden, Beverly Hall, the Chapanoke House, and The Homestead, 1996, 2005, 2006.
        Research references including newspaper clippings regarding Edenton, North Carolina, 1968-2006.
        Correspondence concerning the purchase of E. Water Street, Edenton, North Carolina, 1977.
        Map of Edenton, North Carolina, 1966.
        Draft of Edenton: A Portrait in Words and Pictures manuscript by Elizabeth Matheson, 1984.
        Edits by Elizabeth Vann Moore of Edenton: A Portrait in Words and Picturesmanuscript.
        Publicity regarding Edenton: A Portrait in Words and Pictures by Elizabeth Matheson, 1984, 2005.
        Copy of Edenton: A Portrait in Words and Pictures by Elizabeth Matheson, 1984.
      Box 12
    • Chowan County Courthouse, Edenton Jail, the Cannons on the Green, and Confederate Monument of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 13
         
        Research references including Council Chamber, Chowan County Courthouse, and Edenton Jail, North Carolina. Includes photographs and postcards dated 1992, undated.
        Research references including plans for the restoration of the Chowan County Courthouse, of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Photographs of Chowan County Courthouse, of Edenton, North Carolina, 1960, 1981, undated. Includes reprints from State Department of Archives and History.
        Research references including Edenton Jail.
        Research references including Cannons on the Green of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Research references including the Confederate Monument of Edenton, North Carolina. Includes photographs and postcards 1981, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Council Chamber, Chowan County Courthouse, and Edenton Jail, North Carolina, 1953-2003.
        Newspaper clippings regarding the moving of the Confederate Monument, Chowan County Courthouse, Edenton Jail, and the Cannons on the Green, 1950-1993.
    • Iredell House of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 14
         
        Photographs and postcards of the Iredell House of Edenton, North Carolina, undated.
        Photocopies of unidentified letters regarding the Iredell House of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Research references including the Iredell House of Edenton, North Carolina. Includes reprint photographs of James Iredell.
        Copy of Historical Research Report, James Iredell House, Edenton North Carolina by Jerry L. Cross, 1975. (includes correspondence with Jerry L. Cross)
        Copy of The James Iredell House: An Examination of Documentary Evidence Relating to the Present Structure and the Iredell Family by John Sykes, 1992.
        Copy of Iredell House Report by James Iredell Association, Inc., 1972.
        Copies of James Iredell Bulletin by James Iredell Association, Inc., 1966-1974.
        Copies of James Iredell Association Newsletter by James Iredell Association, Inc., 1991, 1993.
        Correspondence concerning The Iredell Family, 1994-2002.
    • Barker House of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 15
         
        Historic Edenton Museum Exhibit at the Barker House, 1968.
        Correspondence concerning audio-visual script for Barker House exhibit, 1968-1969.
        Training materials for Barker House exhibit guides.
        Newspaper clippings regarding the Barker House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1949-2004.
        Photographs of the Barker House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1992, undated.
        National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form for the Barker House.
        Research references on Barker Family.
        Draft of Moving the Barker House: Edenton's New Community Building by Elizabeth Vann Moore. Published in Southern Architect, 1955.
        Copy of The Southern Architect, 1955.
        Lecture given on the Barker House to the Weldon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1952.
        Lecture given on Thomas Barker by Henry W. Lewis, 2002.
        Lecture given on the Barker House by Elizabeth Vann Moore, 2000.
        Correspondence regarding the Barker House, 1949-1959.
        Correspondence regarding the Barker House, 1960-2003.
        Research references on the Barker House.
    • Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 16
         
        Photocopies of correspondence (1918-1921) between Frank Wood and Mr. R.D.W. Conner concerning the Chowan County Papers collection and county disposal of Chowan County documents. Notes.
        Correspondence with A.M. Patterson concerning the Cupola House Papers and the records of the General Court of the County of Albemarle, 1959.
        Copy of the State Archives Report on the Cupola House Papers, 2004.
        Research references on the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Reports on the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina presented to the Edenton-Chowan County Historical Commission, 1963-1990.
        Correspondence concerning the Cupola House, 1954-1975.
        Correspondence concerning the Cupola House, 1976-1995.
        Newspaper clippings regarding the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1955-2009.
        Correspondence concerning the Cupola House Association: Cupola House Museum, Association Minutes, transferring Cupola House Papers to State Archives.
        Notes on 1775 and 1795 inventories of the Cupola House belongings. Photocopy of Museum of Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) recommendations for disposal of items (1984) and furnishings inventory.
        Details regarding the Cupola House Papers.
        Research reference on the Corbin Family.
        Photographs and postcards of the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1977, 1981, 1992, undated. Includes reprints from the Division of Archives and History.
        Lecture on the Cupola House presented to the Colonial Dames by Elizabeth Vann Moore, 1963.
        Cupola House Association board minutes, 1992-2000. Cupola House Collections policy draft.
        Brochure (2008) on the Cupola House 250th anniversary, correspondence (1982, 1997), general list of records held by the Cupola House Museum for 1700-1868, and reproductions of the 1810 Chowan County Court division of Blenheim tract of land and the 1815 estate inventory and sale for John Dickinson.
    • Historic buildings and sites located in Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 17
         
        Lecture presented to The State Literary and Historical Association of North Carolina regarding the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1954. Includes correspondence with Christopher Crittendon post-lecture.
        Correspondence with Edenton Chamber of Commerce regarding Woman's Club booklet of street map marking historic sites, 1959.
        Correspondence with American Institute of Architects and the National Park Service regarding the American Buildings Survey, 1959-1962.
        Correspondence with American Institute of Architects and the National Park Service regarding the Historic American Buildings Survey Inventory, 1962-1974.
        Correspondence regarding the Historic District Planning, 1966.
        Copy of Notes Explaining the Street Names within the Original Limits of the Town of Edenton compiled by John Morehead, 2002.
    • Publications by the Edenton Women's Club
       

      • Box 18
         
        Copy of Edenton, North Carolina booklet, 1937
        Copy of Historic Edenton and Countryside "Cradle of the Colony" by The Edenton Women's Club, 1951.
        Copy of Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1953.
        Copy of Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1959.
        Copy of Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1962.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1970.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1973.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Chowan County by The Edenton Women's Club, 1977.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Chowan County by The Edenton Women's Club, 1984.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Chowan County by Elizabeth Vann Moore, 1989.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Chowan County by Elizabeth Vann Moore, 1996.
    • Town of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 19
         
        Collection of Historic Edenton tour pamphlets.
        Photographs and postcards of downtown Edenton, North Carolina, undated.
        Newspaper clippings regarding Edenton, North Carolina, 1932-1955.
        Research references including Waterfront lots of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton, North Carolina, 1957-1998.
        Maps of Edenton, Chowan County, North Carolina.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the period 1797 to 1799.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1819.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1820.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1821.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1822.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1827.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1828.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1829.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the years 1830-1831.
  • Chowan County, North Carolina
     

    • Chowan County Courthouse property
       

      • Box 20
         
        Map of the Town of Edenton, North Carolina 1969.
        Correspondence concerning appointment to the Chowan County Courthouse Site Committee, 1972.
        Research references including New Courthouse-Jail property.
        Correspondence concerning the new Chowan County Courthouse, 1975.
        Chowan County Courthouse Site Committee meeting minutes, 1973.
        Copy of Feasibility Study for Proposed New Governmental Center for Chowan County, North Carolina by J. Everette Fauber, Jr., 1973.
        Architect candidiate search: Andrew L. Pendleton.
        Chowan County Courthouse and Detention Facility dedication publicity, 1980.
    • Chowan County Wills and Land Deeds 1711-1830
       

      • Box 20
         
        Research references including possessions owned by residents before 1831 in Chowan County, North Carolina.
        Research references including alphabetical list of Chowan County wills before 1831.
        Research references including chronological list of Chowan County wills before 1831.
        Research references including Chowan County wills and inventories abstracts for the period of 1701 to 1834.
        Research references including Chowan County deed abstracts for the period of 1717 to 1803.
        Research references including inventories from Chowan County wills for the period of 1711 to 1830.
        Research references including inventories from Chowan County deeds for the period of 1717-1830.
        Research references including inventory sales from Chowan County Court minutes for the period of 1741 to 1815.
        Research references including ads and port books of Chowan County for the period of 1698 to 1801.
        Research references including tabulation chart of Chowan County property from wills.
        Research references including tabulation chart of Chowan County property from deeds.
    • Buildings of Chowan County, North Carolina
       

      • Box 21
         
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Albania. Includes photograph reprint, 1972.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Athol. Includes undated postcard.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: (Mount) Auburn. Includes undated photograph.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Bandon. Includes undated postcards.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Barrow Hole.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Beech Grove (The Coke House).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Bluff Point.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Briol (Long Bridge).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Chambers Ferry (Farm).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Cullins (Baker House).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Deerfield.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Drummond's Point.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Elm Plain.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Elmwood.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Ferry Road Farm (Cullen Jones).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Christopher Gale's Plantation.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Greenfield.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Haughton Point.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Hayes. Includes photograph reprints and postcards, 1961, 1972, and undated.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Jackson Place.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Long Beach.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Montpelier.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Fred Norcom Tract.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Martinique.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Mulberry Hill. Includes undated photographs and postcards, 1976.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Oak Grove.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Poplar Neck (Wood Hall), 1969-1975.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Sandy Point.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Shelton (Clement Hall), 1994.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Standin.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Strawberry Hill, 1980-1999.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Sycamore. Includes photograph, dated 2001, and undated postcards.
        Correspondence concerning Sycamore building of Chowan County, 1955-1997.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Thomas Cochran.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Yoepim Church, 1980-1996.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Maps of Chowan County, 1957, 1982.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Architectural Historian Bradley Barker.
  • Edenton Tea Party research--RESTRICTED (must receive written permission from donor before using the Edenton Tea Party research material)
     

    • Secondary sources regarding Edenton Tea Party
       

      • Box 22
         
        Newspaper clippings regarding the Edenton Tea Party, 1948-1989.
        Research references including port records of Edenton, North Carolina, for the period 1790 to 1795.
        Research references including transportation and travel, for the period 1819 to 1821.
        Research references including occupations of Chowan County property owners, from the period 1699-1772.
        Research references sources, from the period 1663 to 1935.
        Research references including shipping records of Port Roanoke, North Carolina, 1782.
        Research references including Chowan County court minutes, for the period 1730 to 1772.
        Research references including Chowan County tax lists, from the period 1717 to 1799.
        Research references including Chowan County wills and administrations, for the period 1777 to 1784.
        Research references on Bertie County, North Carolina, inventories, sales, divisions and wills during the period from 1727 to 1813.
        Photocopy of population listing for Edenton, North Carolina, during 1850.
        Research references on Edgecombe County, North Carolina, during the period of 1735 to 1753.
        Research references on Gates County, North Carolina, during the period from 1760 to 1791.
        Research references on Hertford, North Carolina, during the period from 1761 to 1772.
        Research references on Hyde County, North Carolina, during the period 1742 to 1778.
        Research references on Martin County, North Carolina, during 1779.
        Research references on Pasquotank County, North Carolina, during the period from 1741 to 1774.
        Research references on Perquimans County, North Carolina, during the period from 1729 to 1761.
        Research references on Tyrell County, North Carolina, during 1755.
        Research references including publications mentioning the Edenton Tea Party.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party, for the period 1774 to 1826.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party, for the period 1826 to 1875.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party, for the period 1876 to 1903.
        Research references on the Muse Family.
        Research references concerning Dr. Richard Dillard's book The Historic Tea-Party of Edenton, October 25, 1774. An Incident in North Carolina Connected with British Taxation. Includes correspondence from Edward P. Moses to Dr. Richard Dillard, dated 1940. 1994 clipping.
      • Box 23
         
        Research references including the Unveiling and Dedication of the Tablet in Memory of the 51 signers of the Edenton Tea Party, 1908-1935.
        Copy of The North Carolina Booklet. Volume VIII, No. 4, April 1909
        Copy of "Old Tea-Party House, Edenton, N.C." rendering, undated.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party, during the period from 1908 to 1950.
        Copy of Tea its early History and three Colonial-American Tea Parties, 1914.
        Copy of Ye Early History of Tea and the three Colonial-American Tea Parties, 1917.
        Copy of Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine Volume LVI, No. 6, June 1922
        Copy of The Historic Tea-Party of Edenton, October 25, 1774. An Incident in North Carolina Connected with British Taxation by Dr. Richard Dillard, 1898.
        Copy of The Historic Tea-Party of Edenton, October 25, 1774. An Incident in North Carolina Connected with British Taxation by Dr. Richard Dillard, 6th edition, 1925.
        Photocopy of Historic Buildings of Edenton, North Carolina by Mary Alethea Warren, 1925.
        Photocopy of A Brief History of Edenton and Its Environs by Richard Dillard, undated.
        Copy of Edenton, North Carolina booklet, 1937.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party. Includes copy of The State, Vol. 25, No. 20, Feb. 22, 1958; research during the period from 1928 to 1958,
        Research references including news regarding Edenton Tea Party Re-Enactment, 1967-2002.
        Tea Party House drawing, undated.
        Copies of the Daughters of the American Revolution plaque sent by Bill Powell.
    • Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party (sorted by last name)
       

      • Box 24
         
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: A, 1993-2007.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: B, 1973-2004.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: C, 1974-1992.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: D, 1950-1995.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: E, 1987-2005.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: F, 1993.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: H, 1960.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: J, 1952-1995.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: K, 1993-1998.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: L, 1950-1976.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: M, 1950-1968.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: N, 1949-1993.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: P, 1951-1992.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: R, 1975-1991.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: S, 1975-1998.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: T, 1971.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: U, 1997.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: V, 1960.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: W, 1966-1993.
    • Research on Edenton Tea Party Resolution Signers
       

      • Box 25
         
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Anderson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Barker-Pagett Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: [Blount] Beasley Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Loadman Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Cropley Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Vines Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Falconer Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Liles Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Harloe Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Luten Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Norcom Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Benbury Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Benbury-Hinton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Benbury-Freeman Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Bennett Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Bennett-Speight Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blair Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: James Blount, Jr. Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Thomas Blount Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Reading Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Long Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Everett Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: John Blount Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Williams Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Pettigrew Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Mrs. James Blount III Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Durant Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Crisp Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Wilkins Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount- Hatch Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Clayton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Bondfield Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Bonner Family.
      • Box 26
         
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Cathcart Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Charlton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Clayton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Creecy Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Creecy-Charlton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Creecy-Wingate Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Crickett Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Cunningham Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Dawson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Green Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Green-Branch Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hall Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hall-Foster Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hall-Nicholson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Haughton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Haughton-Kennedy Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Horniblow Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Horniblow-Rombough Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hoskins Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hoskins-Whedbee Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Howcott Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Howe Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Howe-Moore Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Howe-Underhill Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hunter Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hunter-Walton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hunter-Blanchard Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston-Williams Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston-Alston Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston-Whitmell Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston-Bryan Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Jones Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Littledale Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Littlejohn Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Matthews Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Ormond Family.
      • Box 27
         
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Patterson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Payne Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Pearson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Ramsay Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Roberts Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Roberts-Hardy-Gale Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Roberts-Laker Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail-Lillington Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail-Porter Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail-Lockhart Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail-Swann Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Valentine Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Wells, Wills Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Wellwood Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Woolard Family.
        Research notes regarding signers of Edenton Tea Party Resolution.
        Correspondence regarding the signers of the Edenton Tea Party Resolution being considered for Patriotic Service, 2002, 2007.
        Research references on biographies of signers of Edenton Tea Party.
    • Elizabeth Vann Moore's Edenton Tea Party Manuscripts, Drafts, and Revisions
       

      • Box 28
         
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Table of Contents.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Acknowlegments.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Pieces of the Puzzle.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Durham Recorder.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: London Packet.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Tea Party Cartoon.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Part I Summary.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Part II Introduction.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: 18th Century Edenton.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: The British Press.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Women's Protests.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: N.C. Problems.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Near and Dear Connections.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: 1774-1827.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: The Legend.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: The Legend Begins.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Historians Ask Questions.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: U.S. Centennial.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: World's Fair.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Research Begins.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Names!.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: More Names!.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: The D.R. Memorial.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Fact or Fancy?.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: 1908-1994.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: No Records -- No History.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Appendices.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Bibliography.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Green.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Hall.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Haughton.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Horniblow.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Littledale.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Roberts.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Wellwood.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Extras.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Articles or Excerpts.
      • Box 29
         
        Outline of chapters for Edenton Tea Party manuscript.
        Chronological list of sources after the Tea Party.
        Name sequences of signers of Edenton Tea Party Resolution.
        Research references including Edenton Tea Party.
        Draft of "Life Article."
        Assortment of news stories regarding Edenton Tea Party, 2002-2005. Includes undated photographs Edenton Tea Party exhibit.
        Revisions of Edenton Tea Party manuscript.
        Revisions of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Part I.
        Revisions of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Part II.
        Revisions of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Part III.
        Revisions of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Part IV.
        Revisions of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Part V.
        Revisions of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Appendix A.
        Revisions of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Bibliography.
        Second Revision of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Part I, 2006.
        Third Revision of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Part I.
        Fourth Revision of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Part I.
        Second Revision of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: Part IV.
        Second Revision of Edenton Tea Party manuscript: pages 21-36.
      • Box 30
         
        First typed draft of Edenton Tea Party manuscript.
        First handwritten draft of Edenton Tea Party manuscript, 1995.
  • Other research projects
     

    • Research on Northeastern North Carolina furniture design
       

      • Box 31
         
        Research references on Periods and Styles of American Furniture, during the period from 1640 to 1870.
        Research references on Edenton craftsmen who were property owners during 1715.
        Correspondence with Museum of Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), 1962-2001.
        Correspondence with John Bivine from Museum of Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), 1980-1988.
        Draft of lecture to Museum of Southern Decorative Arts Summer Institute Group, 1991.
        Correspondence regarding art, furniture, textiles exported from Edenton, 1963-1995.
        Copy of American Interiors: New England and the South, 1983.
    • Research on French refugees in Northeastern North Carolina
       

      • Box 31
         
        Research references on Caburrus Family.
        Copy of Revue Historique De Bordeaux et du Departement da la Gironde, published 1970.
        Copy of Une Famille de Lacaune etablie en Guadeloupe pendant son emigration en Amerique de 1795 a 1802, published 1970.
        Research references on Charrier Family.
        Correspondence regarding french refugees in North Carolina, 1957.
        Correspondence regarding french refugees in North Carolina, 1960-1968.
        Correspondence regarding french refugees in North Carolina, 1970-1978.
        Correspondence regarding french refugees in North Carolina, 1980-1989.
        Correspondence regarding french refugees in North Carolina, 1991-2000.
    • Research on John Mare
       

      • Box 32
         
        Copy of The New York-Historical Society Quarterly Volume XXXV, Number 4, 1951.
        Photograph reprints of Sir John Johnson painting by John Mare, 1966, 1983, 2006, undated.
        Research references on John Mare during the period 1730 to 1799.
        Research references on John Mare during 1800s.
        Draft of John Mare Portraite Painter of New York and John Mare Merchant of Edenton, North Carolina article written by Helen Burr Smith, 1965.
        Copy of The North Carolina Historical Review Volume XLIV, Number 1, 1967.
        Correspondence regarding historical research on John Mare, 1958-1965.
        Correspondence pre-publication of John Mare: A Composite Portrait article written for North Carolina Historical Review by Helen Burr Smith, 1965.
        Correspondence pre-publication of John Mare: A Composite Portrait article written for North Carolina Historical Review by Helen Burr Smith, 1966.
        Correspondence post-publication of John Mare: A Composite Portrait article written for North Carolina Historical Review by Helen Burr Smith, 1966-1969.
        Correspondence post-publication of John Mare: A Composite Portrait article written for North Carolina Historical Review by Helen Burr Smith, 1970-1978.
        Correspondence post-publication of John Mare: A Composite Portrait article written for North Carolina Historical Review by Helen Burr Smith, 1983-2006.
    • Research on Thomas Rolfe Family and Pocahontas
       

      • Box 33
         
        Research references Thomas Rolfe Family.
        Correspondence regarding Thomas Rolfe Family pre-publication of Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, 1959-1985.
        Correspondence regarding Thomas Rolfe Family post-publication of Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, 1985-1996.
        Copy of Magazine of Virginia Genealogy Volume 23, Number 3, 1985.
        Correspondence and newspaper clippings regarding Pocahontas, 1991-2007.
        Copy of Pocahontas: Her Life and Legend by William M.S. Rasmussen and Robert S. Tilton, 1994.
    • Maritime Edenton
       

      • Box 34
         
        Correspondence (1998) with Peter Wrike regarding Maritime Edenton during the period of 1750 to 1830.
        Copy of The Norfolk Borough Princess Anne County Ledger An Archaeological, Biographical, Genealogical and Historical Journal Volume 1, Number 1, Fall 1998.
        Copy of Blue Water, Gray Coast: Tidewater Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland in the Civil War Era A Biographical and Historical Journal Volume 1, Number 1, Fall 1998.
    • Research on Josiah Collins, Jr. Family
       

      • Box 34
         
        Correspondence with John Collins Sykes III, 1991-2002.
        Copy of Courtship, Weddings and Love: A Selection of Readings from Family Letters by John Collins Sykes III, 1998.
        List of Josiah Collins, Jr. lands in Edenton and Chowan County, for the period 1826 to 1894.
        Typescripts and photocopies of Collins Family letters for the period 1846 to 1894.
    • Research on Samuel Johnston
       

      • Box 34
         
        Draft of Samuel Johnston of Edenton, Leader of the American Revolution in North Carolina.
        Draft of Samuel Johnston and the Ratification of the Federal Constitution in North Carolina by Anna Withers Bair, 1968.
        Final draft of Samuel Johnston and the Ratification of the Federal Constitution in North Carolina by Anna Withers Bair (Chapters 1 and 2), 1968.
        Final draft of Samuel Johnston and the Ratification of the Federal Constitution in North Carolina by Anna Withers Bair (Chapters 3 and 4, Indexes, Bibliography), 1968.
    • Multiple Correspondents and Research Topics
       

      • Box 35
         
        Correspondence: A (by last name or topic), undated.
        Correspondence: B (by last name or topic), 1969, 1971, undated.
        Correspondence: C (by last name or topic), 1953-1994, undated.
        Correspondence: D (by last name or topic), undated.
        Correspondence: E (by last name or topic), 1950-1982, undated.
        Correspondence: F (by last name or topic), 1963, undated.
        Correspondence: G (by last name or topic), 1963, 1984, undated.
        Correspondence: H (by last name or topic), 1932, 1960, 1970, 1982.
        Correspondence: I (by last name or topic), 1953-1972; undated.
        Correspondence: A (by last name or topic), 1942, 1959.
        Correspondence: L (by last name or topic), undated.
        Correspondence: M (by last name or topic), 1952-1984, undated.
        Correspondence: N (by last name or topic), 1966, undated.
        Correspondence: P (by last name or topic), 1961, undated.
        Correspondence: R (by last name or topic), 1965, 1971.
        Correspondence: S (by last name or topic), 1947, 1964, 1976, 1989, undated.
        Correspondence: T (by last name or topic), 1958, 1987, undated.
        Newspaper clippings: W (by last name or topic), 1952-1980, undated.
        Photocopy of Edenton Unanimity Lodge, No. 7, A.F. & A.M minutes, 1775-1788.
        Copy of A Colonial Family on the Southern Frontier by James Osborne Moore III, undated. This paper is about the Wilmington Moore Family. Received by Tommy Wood.
        Copy of Roll of Honor of the Albemarle (North Carolina) article by Inglis Fletcher, undated.
        Research references on Aunt Abby House.
        Research references on James Davis, the first North Carolina journalist.
        Research references on Crocker Family.
      • Box 36
         
        Copy of Blounts of Pitt County, North Carolina by C. Sylvester Green, 1978. Includes historical edits by Elizabeth Vann Moore.
        Copy of Patriots in Petticoats by Patricia Edwards Clyne, 1976. Includes historical edits by Elizabeth Vann Moore.
      • Box 37
         
        The Carolina Charter Tercentenary Commission committee member, 1960. Includes correspondence concerning the establishment and project management of the committee.
        Carolina Charter Cooperation member, 1964. Includes correspondence concerning the membership and the Colonial Records Project.
        Woman of the Year award presented by the Edenton Business and Professional Women's Club, 1980. Life Patron membership with The Friends of the Archives, 1994.
        Edenton Historical Commission member, 1962. Includes correspondence concerning commission establishment and Governor appointment of members.
        North Carolina Literary and Historical Association committee member, 1971. Includes minutes from the 71st annual meeting.
        Queen Anne's Park, Edenton, North Carolina, 1977-1986. Includes plans for development of park on Edenton Bay, dedication ceremony, undated photographs of completed park, and information regarding purchase of land from anonymous donor.
        America's 400th Anniversary Committee member, 1978. Includes correspondence concerning committee establishment and panel member.
        Copy of Raleigh in Exeter 1985: Privateering and Colonization in the Reign of Elizabeth I edited by Joyce Youings, 1985.
        Historic Edenton, Inc., a non-profit corporation, 1966-1969. Includes article of incorporation and correspondence concerning a report to be presented at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Society for the Preservation of Antiquities.
        Historic Edenton, Inc., a non-profit corporation, 1970-1978. Includes commission members, Chowan County budget, town of Edenton exhibit in the State Legislature building, Historic Edenton brochures, and organization report regarding the fourth year.
        Historic Edenton, Inc., a non-profit corporation, 1980-1986. Includes meeting minutes.
        Edenton Historical Commission, 1962-1969. Includes meeting minutes, commission by-laws, and correspondence concerning updating the Murfreeboro are tour brochure.
        Edenton Historical Commission, 1970-1979. Includes meeting minutes, Historic Edenton brochures, and correspondence concerning commission activities.
        Edenton Historical Commission, 1980-1982. Includes committee updates, the Edenton Symposium information, report to the State Archives department, and correspondence concerning the Historic Properties Commission.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore involvement with North Caroliniana Society, 1976. Includes membership appointment, brochures about North Carolina literary heritage and collections, and first report of the society.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore recipient of Ruth Coltrane Cannon Award, 1977. Includes photograph.
        Correspondence regarding donation to the North Carolina Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1984.
        Correspondence with North Caroliniana Society, 1990-1998.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore is a recipient of North Caroliniana Society Award, 2004.
      • Box 38
         
        Elizabeth Vann Moore involvement with The Historic Preservation Society of North Carolina, 1950-1995.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore involvement with the Edenton Woman's Club, 1953-1996.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore involvement with the North Carolina Committee for Continuing Education in the Humanities.
        Copy of Local Historical and Genealogical Research: Materials and Methods (A proposed course outline)by Maurice Stirewalt.
        Copy of Local Historical and Genealogical Research: Materials and Methods (syllabus) by Maurice Stirewalt, 1972.
        Copy of Local History Research: The First Two Years a Partial Report by Maurice R. Stirewalt, 1974.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore involvement with the Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies, 1976-1977. Includes correspondence concerning the establishment of the steering committee, meeting minutes, and newsletter.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore involvement with The Cupola House Association. 1974-2008.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore involvement with the North Carolina Confederate Centennial Commission, 1960-1963. Includes correspondence concerning membership appointment.
      • Box 39
         
        Research references on Moore Family.
        Research references on Moore Family.
        Research references on Denman Family.
        Research references on Creecy Family.
        Research references on Charlton Family.
        Research references on Hoskins Family.
        Research references on Armistead Family.
        Research reference on Ellison Family.
        Research reference on Hind Family.
        Research references on Skinner Family.
        Research references on Rice Family.
        Research references on Moore Family.
        Research references on Moore Family.
        Research references on Moore Family.
        Research references on Moore Family.
        Correspondence concerning Moore Family, 1920s.
        Correspondence concerning Moore Family, 1940s.
        Correspondence concerning Moore Family, 1950s.
        Correspondence concerning Moore Family, 1960s.
        Correspondence concerning Moore Family, 1970s.
        Correspondence concerning Moore Family, 1990s.
        Correspondence concerning Moore Family, 2000s.
      • Box 40
         
        Research references on Denman Family.
        Research references on Hunter Family.
        Research references on Parker Family.
        Research references on Creecy Family.
        Research references on Charlton Family.
        Research references on Hoskins Family.
        Research references on Armistead Family.
        Research references on Ellison Family.
        Research references on Hind Family.
        Research references on Jordan Family. Includes 1958 photographs of home.
        Research references on Speight Family.
        Research references on Haramond Family.
        Research references on Lee Family.
        Research references on Downing Family.
        Research references on Wright Family.
      • Box 41
         
        Research references on Skinner Family.
        Some descendants of Richard Skinner of North Carolina compiled by Snowden Skinner.
        Research references on Skinner Family including chart beginning with Joshua Skinner (1724) through Henry H. Skinner (1857).
        Research references on Skinner Family.
        Correspondence regarding the Herndon-Easton Family, 1955-2004.
        Research references on Skinner Family.
        Research references on Evans Family.
        Correspondence regarding Skinner Family, 1958-2006.
        Research references on Skinner Family including 2001 Family reunion information package.
        Research references on Skinner Family.
        The Skinner Kinsmen: The Descendants of Richard Skinner of North Carolina Second Series, Volume 1 complied by Doris Seymour Wahl and Cynthia Walker Rummel, 1958.
      • Box 42
         
        Research references on heraldry.
        Research references on Family charts including Blount (Blunt) Family, Astley Family, Sodington Family, Mountjoy Family, Cornwall Family, Kinlet Family, and Kidderminster Family.
        Research references from the Prerogative Court of Canterbury on Blount Family.
        Research references on Blount Family history from London.
        Research references on Fielding Family, Denbigh Family, Desmond Family, and correspondence, 1984.
      • Box 43
         
        Research references on Blount Family.
        Research references on Blount Family history after arriving in America.
        Research references on Blount Family.
        Research references on Blount Family received from Gordon Connelly.
        Correspondence with Gordon Connelly regarding Blount Family, 1964-1965.
        Correspondence with Gordon Connelly regarding Blount Family, 1977.
        Correspondence with Gordon Connelly regarding Blount Family, 1980-1989.
        Correspondence with Gordon Connelly regarding Blount Family, 1990-1991.
        Research references on Blount Family. Includes undated photographs.
        Correspondence regarding Blount Family inquiries, 1929-1998.
        Correspondence regarding Blount Family inquiries, 1979-1998.
        Correspondence regarding Blount Family inquiries, 1962-1992.
        Correspondence regarding Blount Family inquiries, 1966-1993.
        Correspondence regarding Blount Family inquiries, 1969-1997.
      • Box 44
         
        Research references on Davis Family.
        Research references on Burton Family.
        Research references on Clayton Family.
        Research references on Durant Family.
        Research references on Cooke Family.
        Research references on Rice Family.
        Research references on Gilliam Family.
        Research references on Fountayne Family.
        Research references on Hinshaw Family.
        Research references on Flood Family.
        Research references on Jordan Family.
        Research references on Browne Family.
        Research references on Fowler Family.
        Research references on Mason Family.
        Research references on Howell Family.
      • Box 45
         
        Correspondence regarding Vann Family inquiries, 1952-1958.
        Correspondence regarding Vann Family inquiries, 1960-1965.
        Correspondence regarding Vann Family inquiries, 1971-1978.
        Correspondence regarding Vann Family inquiries, 1981-1989.
        Correspondence regarding Vann Family inquiries, 1994-1998.
        Correspondence regarding Vann Family inquiries, 2007-2008.
        Research references on Vann Family: William Vann.
        Research references on Vann Family: Alexander Russia Vann.
        Research references on Vann Family: Samuel Cannady Vann.
        Research references on Vann Family: Josiah T. Vann, Sr. Includes photographs dated 1987 and undated, and of a reunion (1935) in Meridian, MS; family charts; and photocopy of Bible records.
        Research references on Vann Family: Walter Brooks Vann.
        Research references on Vann Family: Other Vann relatives.
        Research references on Vann Family records.
        Research references on Vann Family Letters, 1854-1860.
        Research references on Vann Family: Generations from William Vann of Gates County, N.C. and Darlington County, S.C. from ca. 1750. Sent by Bill Vann, 1986.
        Correspondence regarding Vann Family inquiries, 1926.
        Research references on Vann Family including The Vann Family, 1938.
        Research references on Vann Family including the Vann Building in Raleigh, 1978.
        Research references on Vann Family including photographs, dated 1956 and undated. Identified photographs include house in which Alexander R. Vann and family lived during the Civil War and the old kitchen at Wyatt Cannady house in Granville, N.C.
        Research references on Vann Family.
        Research references on Vann Family located in Chowan County, North Carolina
        Research references on Vann Family located in Hertford, North Carolina.
        Research references on Vann Family located in Bertie County, North Carolina.
        Research references on Vann Family located in Gates County, North Carolina.
        Research references on Vann Family located in Alabama.
        Research references on Vann Family in located Georgia.
        Research references on Vann Family.
        Research references on Vann Family chronology.
      • Box 46
         
        Research references on Barnes Family.
        Research references on Hamilton Family.
        Research references on Hughes Family.
        Research references on King Family.
        Research references on Langston Family.
        Research references on Lewis Family.
        Research references on Odom Family.
        Includes draft copy of Cannady and Allied Families including Adams, Bailey, Bradford, Bradsher, Butler, Mangum, Pomfret, Turner, and Others by Elizabeth Adams Tissot and Agnes Cannady Cashwell.
        Research references on Cannady Family. Including final copy of Cannady and Allied Families including Adams, Bailey, Bradford, Bradsher, Butler, Mangum, Pomfret, Turner, and Others by Elizabeth Adams Tissot and Agnes Cannady Cashwell. Includes photograph of Meta Catherine Cannady, dated 1884.
        Research references on Cannady Family.
        Research references on Wagstaff Family.
        Research references on Albridgton-Albrighton Family.
        Research references on Wyatt Family.
        Research references on Hockaday Family.
        Research references on Powell Family.
        Research references on Smith Family.
        Research references on Evans Family.
        Research references on Henley Family.
        Research references on Merritt Family.
        Research references on Bragg Family.
        Research references on Johnson Family.
      • Box 47
         
        Research references on Cannady Family. Includes undated photographs of William Cannady house.
        Research references on Moore Family.
        Research references on Moore Family.
        Correspondence regarding Moore Family inquries, 1924-1962.
        Research references on Lanier Family.
        Research references on Washington Family.
        Research references on Flood Family.
        Research references on Jordan Family.
        Research references on Bevin Family.
        Research references on Chamberlain Family.
        Research references on Stratton Family.
        Research references Warren Family including Yearbook of the National Society Daughters of the Barons of Runnemede, 1949.
        Research references on Martin Family. Includes postcards of Halifax County, North Carolina, undated.
        Research references on Martin Family including restoration of St. John's Episcopal Church, Williamsboro, North Carolina.
        Research references on Martin Family.
        Research references on Martin Family.
        Research references on Lyne Family.
        Research references on Jones Family.
        Research references on Bird Family.
        Research references on Denby Family.
        Research references including Genealogical Abstracts newsletter by Stephen E. Bradley, Jr., 1998-2007; Federation of Genealogical Societies workshops newsletter, 1994-1995; correspondence with Stephen E. Bradley, Jr., 1990-1991.
        Research references on Norfleet Family.
        Research references on Cheshire Family.
        Research references on Hunter-Rountree Family.
        Research references on Walton-Sumner Family.
        Research references on Hunter-Bryant Family.
        Research references on Hunter-Parker Family.
        Research references on Hunter-Gordon Family.
      • Box 48
         
        Research references on Looking Back on Littleton, NC.
        Copy of Looking Back on Littleton, NC by Rebecca Leach Dozier, 1994.
        Copy of Town Leaders Littleton, North Carolina 1790-1920 by Rebecca Leach Dozier, 1996.
        Copy of History of the United Methodist Church Franklinton, North Carolina 1844-1994.
        April 1, 1955 Chowan Herald Souvenir Edition.
        Correspondence with UNC Press regarding North Carolina: A Guide to the Old North State revision, 1953.
        Correspondence with North Carolina State University School of Design regarding historic buildings, 1959-1967.
        Correspondence with State of North Carolina Department of Archives and History regarding National Register of Historic Places, 1970.
        Correspondence with William (Bill) Powell regarding a written column on Church History in The North Carolina Churchman,1951.
        Correspondence with William (Bill) Powell regarding The North Carolina Gazetteer, 1960.
        Correspondence with William (Bill) Powell regarding The Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, 1963.
        Correspondence with Don Higginbotham regarding James Iredell's diary and map, 1970.
      • Box 49
         
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Addison Family, 1981; 1982.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Allison Family, 1972-1999.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Alston Family, 1976-1991.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Ambrose Family, Anthony Family, Archdale Family, Armstrong Family, 1978; 1998; 2000; 1962, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Ashley Family, 1987-1988.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Atwood Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Badham Family, 1953-1979; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Baines Famly, 1946-1987; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Barclift Family, Barker Family, 1975; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Battle Family, Benbury Family, 1990; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Beasley Family, Bishop Family, 1999-2007; 1985; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Bissell Family, 1968; 1974; 1994.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Black Family, Blair Family, Blanchard Family, Bland Family, 1978; 1994; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Blount Family, 1938-2002; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Bond Family, 1983; 1981; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Boddie Family, Booth Family, Borritz Family, Bozman Family, 1971-1972; 1992; 2005; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Brady Family, Bridger Family, Bright Family, Britt Family, Brooks Family, 1979; 1989; 1967; 1977; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Brownrigg Family, 1973-1975; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Bruer Family, 1979-1997; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Bunch Family, 1980-1981; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Buncombe Family, 1967; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Burgess Family, Burke Family, Butler Family, Byrum Family, 1979; 1964-1984; 2003; undated.
      • Box 50
         
        Correspondence concerning possibility of Eastern North Carolina Indians named Cale or Kale, Cameron-Hawks Family, 1988; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Campbell-Stillwell-Ryan Family, 1955.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Capehart Family, Carter Family, 1980; 1973.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Cartwright Family, 1959; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Cason-Shaw Family, 1979; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Chancy Family, Cheshire Family, Chesson Family, 1977; 1989-1990; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Clark Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Clayton Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Cleare Family, Coburn Family, Cockrell Family, Coffield Family, Coke Family, 1990; 1972; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Collins Family, 1975-1976; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Coltrane Family, 1988-1989.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Copeland Family, Costen-Coston Family, 1970; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Cox Family, Craft Family, 1975-1979; 1970; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Craven Family, Cuton-Cureton Family, 1983; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Delon Family, 1987.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Deschamps Family, Dickinson Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Dillard-Dixon Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Dorsey-Dossey Family, 2000.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Eliff Family, 1982; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Elliott Family, 1985-1988.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Etheridge Family, 1969.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Felton Family, 1975-1988.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Fleetwood Family, Fordyce Family, 1973; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Fontaine-Fountain Family, 1972.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Frew Family, 1971.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Gallop Family undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Gann Family, Gans Family, Gant Family, 1969.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Garrett Family, 1967-1998; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Gatlin Family, 1980.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Gewin Family, 1971.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Gooding Family, 1993.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Granberry Family, 1964.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Gray Family, Gurney Family, 1991; undated.
      • Box 51
         
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Hall-Leary Family, Halsey Family, Harrison Family, 1983; 1963; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Harvey Family, 1967; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Hassell Family, Hatch Family, 1983; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Haughton Family, 1981-1984; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Hawkins Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Heath Family, Hewes Family, 1976; 1980.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Hill Family, 1959-1984; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Hines Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Hollowell Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Hooper Family, Horniblow Family, 2002; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Hoskins Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Howe Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Howett-Howitt Family, 1962-1985; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Jacobs, Jennett Family, 2002; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Jones Family, 1972-1980.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Jordan Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Kidd Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina King Family, 1967.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Lacy Family, Lassiter Family, 1990; 1983.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Leary Family, 1977-1990; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Leeming Family, Lewis Family, Little Family, Littlejohn Family, and Standin Family, 1986; 1959; 1983; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Loftin Family, 1980-1999.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Long Family, 1969-1970.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Loudon Family, Lowther Family, undated.
      • Box 52
         
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Mann Family, 2002.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Manning Family, 1982-1998.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Markwell-Mackmiall Family, 1981.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Martin Family, 1996; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina McCoy Family, McDonald Family, McGuire Family, 1976; 1979; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Mearns Family, Medici Family, 1984; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Meredith Family, 1975-1976.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Minge Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Minchew/Minshew Family, 1985-1986.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Montfort Family, Moore Family, Moseley Family, 1979; 2002; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Munden Family, Murden Family, 1979; 1970.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Murray Family, 1970-1986.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Muse Family, 1996; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Nash Family, 1960-2005; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Newby Family, Niel Family, 1994; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Norcom Family, Norfleet Family, Northcutt Family, 1981; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Noxon Family, 1960.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Ogleby (Ogilby) Family, 1978; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina O'Malley Family, Olsted Family, 2001; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Paddleford Family, Pagett Family, 1955-1975; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Parker Family, 1975-1988.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Parris Family, Paxton Family, 1992; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Penrice Family, Perkins Family, Perry-Hunter Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Pierce Family, 1973-1974.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Piland Family, 1982.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Pipkin Family, 1970.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Pollock Family, Pophelston Family, 1963-1991; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Pratt Family, Pritchard Family, Pruden Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Quinn Simons Family, 1987.
      • Box 53
         
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Ratcliffe Family, Ramcke Family, Rea Family, 1983; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Rhodes Family, Rice Family, 1953-1959; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Riddick Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Ritter Family, 1962-1977.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Roberts Family, Rogerson Family, Rombough Family, Rose Family, 2002; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Roulhac Family, Rountree Family, Russell Family, 2000; 1990; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Ryan Family, 1984.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Sanderlin Family, 1981.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Sanders Family, 1984.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Satterfield Family, Sawyer Family, 1976; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Shackleford-Skinner Family, Shepard Family, Simpson Family, 1981; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Slocum Family, 1960.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Smithwick Family, 1967-2006.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Spruill Family, 1984.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Starnes (Stearns) Family, Stiles Family, Strebeck Family, 1981; 1965-1980; 1991.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Swain Family, Sykes Family, 2002; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Taylor Family, 1966.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Terrill Family, 1959.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Thompson Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Tyner Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Tugwell Family, 1969.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Underhill Family, Urmston Family, 2001; undated.
      • Box 54
         
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Walton Family, 1977.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Warren Family, Washington Family, 1975-1976; 1999.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina West Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Wheatley Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina White Family, 1967-1979.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Wilforde (Williford) Family, Williams Family, 2009; undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Wills Family, 1975-1976; 1978.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Wilson Family, 1957.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Wood Family, Wool Family, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Wright Family, 1972-2001.
        Correspondence concerning Eastern North Carolina Wynns Family, 1994.
  • Biographical material
     

    • Personal items
       

      • Box 55a
         
        Childhood scrapbook created by Elizabeth Vann Moore. Undated.
        Poetry scrapbook kept by Elizabeth Vann Moore as a child. 1922, 1923, 1928, 1930, undated.
        Pen and notebook given to Elizabeth Vann Moore as a child to use for writing poetry.
        School Day Memory book (1926-1927) belonging to Elizabeth Vann Moore.
        Loose items pulled from School Day Memory book
        Poetry written and collected by Elizabeth Vann Moore. 1927-1932, undated.
        Personal correspondence (1923-1926, 1945) with Dr. Stuart McGuire, Dr. Howard Urbach, and Dr. McGuire Newton regarding Elizabeth Vann Moore's stay in 1923 at St. Luke's Hospital (Richmond, VA) for an appendectomy. Also clippings.
        Personal correspondence between Elizabeth Vann Moore and Aunt Eleanor Vann, 1923.
        American Red Cross service records, 1929-1933; 1942-1945, 1955.
        Correspondence concerning substitute teaching at Edenton, North Carolina, 1934.
        Employment discharge slip from North Eastern Warren Beckham and Brooks employment, 1943.
        No description available.
        Personal correspondence regarding Elizabeth Vann Moore's hospital stay, 1978.
        Correspondence and clippings concerning volunteer work with the American Heart Association via the Chowan Co., N.C., Heart Fund. 1952-1955.
        Certificates of Appreciation. 2005, 2007, undated.
        Photographs. Unidentified and undated.
      • Box 55b
         
        Books containing college poetry which contain poetry written by Elizabeth Vann Moore: A Sweet Briar Anthology 1909-1933; American College Verse ed. By Henry Harrison (1932).
        Loose item found in American College Verse book
        Best College Verse 1931 ed. By Jessie Rehder which contains poetry written by Elizabeth Vann Moore.
    • Academic records
       

      • Box 56
         
        Records related to St. Catherine's School of Richmond, VA., 1928-1929.
        Freshman reading list and notes, 1929.
        Undergraduate essays from UNC-Chapel Hill.
        UNC-Chapel Hill Pi Beta Phi membership.
        Personal correspondence concerning UNC-Chapel Hill graduation, 1933.
        Records related to All Saints College, 1934-1935; 1938-1939.
        Records related to St. Catherine's School of Richmond, VA., 1939-1942.
        Academic report cards including St. Catherine's School, Sweet Briar College, UNC-Chapel Hill, Columbia University, and Wake Forest, 1928-1936.
        English 231-232 coursework at Columbia University.
        English 233 coursework at Columbia University.
        English 237 coursework at Columbia University.
        English 238 coursework at Columbia University.
        English 283 coursework at Columbia University.
        English 238 exams at Columbia University.
        Copy of Columbia University Bulletin of Information, Columbia University in the City of New York: The Library, and The Term Paper: A Manual and Model.
        Draft of Columbia University Masters Thesis, The Life and Works of Lady Georgiana Fullerton Part 1, 1938.
        Draft of Columbia University Masters Thesis, The Life and Works of Lady Georgiana Fullerton Part 2, 1938.
        Draft of Columbia University Masters Thesis, The Life and Works of Lady Georgiana Fullerton Part 3, 1938.
        Records related to Columbia University.
      • Box 57
         
        Digital interview of Elizabeth Vann Moore recorded by Martha Daniels, 2007.
        Digital interview of Elizabeth Vann Moore: DVD 1 and 2, 2007.
        Digital interview of Elizabeth Vann Moore: DVD 3 and 4, 2007.
        Digital interview of Elizabeth Vann Moore: DVD 5, 2007.
    • Elizabeth Vann Moore Day
       

      • Box 58a
         
        Personal correspondence of congratulations regarding first Elizabeth Vann Moore Day, 1998.
        Photographs from first Elizabeth Vann Moore Day luncheon, Nov. 20, 1998.
        Photographs from first Elizabeth Vann Moore Day meeting, Nov. 20, 1998.
        Photographs of official Elizabeth Vann Moore painting, Nov. 20, 1998.
        Personal correspondence received after Elizabeth Vann Moore day events, 1998-1999. Includes photographs.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore Day guest book, Nov. 20, 1998.
        Information regarding the Elizabeth Vann Moore Fund. 1998-2003.
        Information regarding the Elizabeth Vann Moore Bienniel Series for Preservation Studies. 2000-2001.
        School paper on Elizabeth Vann Moore written by Emory Dabney, 2001.
        Travel brochures including Museum of the Albemarle, Hope Plantation, Martin County, The Newbold-White House, Historic Edenton, The Cupola House Gardens, Plymouth on the Roanoke, Washington, N.C., Historic Albemarle Tour, and North Carolina's Northeast Visitors Guide.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore Day, 2002.
        Elizabeth Vann Moore Day, 2004. Includes photographs.
      • Box 58b
         
        Elizabeth Vann Moore Day, 2006. Includes photographs and a CD.
        Copy of Trading in Lubberland: Maritime Commerce in Colonial North Carolina, Edwin Combs, 1998. Chowan Herald, 2008, article on notable community individuals for 2007.
    • Personal correspondence
       

      • Box 59
         
        Personal correspondence (containing photographs) from H.G. Jones, 1972-2002, undated.
        Personal correspondence and photographs, 1951-2005.
      • Box 60
         
        Personal items belonging to Elizabeth Moore including St. Catherine's School Yearbooks (The Quair) for her years there as a student (1928,1929) and as a teacher (1940-1942); All Saints Episcopal College at Vicksburg, Mississippi, yearbook The Angels' Record for 1939 when she taught there; and a watercolor notecard received by 2008 St. Catherine's alumni reunion attendees.
      • Box 61
         
        Plaques and silver cups awarded to Elizabeth Moore. 1977-2004.
  • Oversized material
     

    • Box os
       
      Elizabeth Moore's diplomas from St. Catherine's School (1929), UNC-Chapel Hill (1933) and Columbia University (1938); and a poster of the Old Well at UNC-Chapel Hill. Copy of Edenton Town map plan from 1769; copies of St. Paul's Episcopal Church blueprint map of surrounding gravesites; genealogical wheel forms; Moore family tree starting with Mary Skinner Moore and going back nine generations; and photocopies of wills and other family records for the Moore family from Sussex County (1772-1785) and Isle of Wight County, Virginia (1661-1719). Copy of 1805 tax collection records for 1804 tonnage in ports in the District of Edenton, and 1806 report of the U.S. Committee of Commerce and Manufactures related to whether to make Plymouth a port of entry. 1886 plat for Chowan County, N.C., land belonging to William Forehand.

Preliminary Inventory

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Container List

  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Edenton, North Carolina
     

    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church Clergy
       

      • Box 2
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy.
        Photographs of Bishop Green, Rev. Alvah Gillion, Bishop Atkinson, and Bishop A.A. Watson, undated.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: John Blair, 1704-1705.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Henry Gerrard, 1705-1706.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: William Gordon, 1708.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: John Urmstone, 1711-1722.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Thomas Newnam, 1722-1723. Includes photograph of Thomas Newnam.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: John Blackhall, 1725-1726.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Bevil Granville, 1732.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Clement Hall, 1745-1759.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Daniel Earl, 1759-1778(?).
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Frederick Hatch, 1812-1815.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Charles Pettigrew, 1778(?). Includes photograph of Charles Pettigrew.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: John Avery, 1828-1835. Includes an image of John Avery.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: William Cairns, 1836-1837.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Samuel Iredell Johnston, 1837-1865. Includes a photograph of Samuel Iredell Johnston.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Charles Maison, 1847-1850. Includes a photograph of Charles Maison.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Charles M. Parkman, 1851. Includes a photograph of Charles M. Parkman.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: James Thomas Pickett, 1854. Includes a photograph of James Thomas Pickett.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Francis W. Hilliard, 1857-1859; 1865-1859. Includes a photograph of Francis W. Hilliard.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Angelo Ames Benton, 1870-1874. Includes a photograh of Angelo Ames Benton.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: William Wilberforce Lord, 1876.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Robert B. Drane. Includes a photograph of Robert B. Drane.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Bishop Ives.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Wardens, for the period 1701 to 1894.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Vestrymen for the period 1701 to 1731.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Office Officials.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Rev. Ethan Allen writings.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Photocopy of Journal of the First and Second Conventions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in North Carolina, 1821.
    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building and Artifacts
       

      • Box 3
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Vestry Minutes, 1767-1938.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: First mention of church in vestry minutes.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: Church Minutes, for the period 1850 to 1868.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Land deeds for Constant's Chapel, Farlow's Chapel, Indian Town Chapel, Knotty Pine Chapel.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Repairs, for the period 1806 to 1809.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Alterations, 1850.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Tiffany Window.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Repairs I, from the period 1947 to 1950.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Repairs II, from the period 1947 to 1950.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: National Register of Historic Places Nomination.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Parish Buildings.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Newspaper Clippings, 1936-1991.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Building: Miscellaneous Building Information.
      • Box 4
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Possessions: Correspondence concerning the care of records, 1951-1973.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Possessions: The Church Organ.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Possessions: The Church Silver.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church clergy: The Church Gold.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Possessions: Gifts and Memorials.
    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church Images and Clippings
       

      • Box 4
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Photographs, 1952, 1997, undated. (unidentified)
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Photographs, 1890, 1905, 1931, undated. (identified and unidentified)
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Postcards. (identified)
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church Images. (identified and unidentified)
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church newspaper clippings, 1965-1975.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church sheet of slides, 1957-1958. (identified)
    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church Plots and Tombstones
       

      • Box 4
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: walk to rectory.
        Research references including miscellaneous notes concerning St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church original charter.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: gravestones.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard burial rules.
        Correspondence of the St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard committee.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: Tombstone Inscriptions.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: Governors' Graves.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: Churchyard Plat and Key, 1915, 1996.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard: List of Epitaphs, 1964.
        Maps of St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard.
      • Box 5
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): A.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): B.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): C.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): D.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): F.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): G.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): H.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): J.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): K.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): L.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): M.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): N.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): P.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): R.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): S.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): T.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): W.
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (by last name): Y.
      • Box 6
         
        Box 6
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Churchyard Plots (notecards by graveyard section).
    • Secondary Sources on St. Paul's Episcopal Church
       

      • Box 7
         
        Research references including St. Paul's Episcopal Church history including church bulletins and research regarding Vestrymen signing the Test.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: Correspondence concerning the Albemarle Convocation, 1954-1997.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: Vestry Minutes.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: The Parkman Register, a complete Parish Register.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: Rev. Robert Drane Manuscripts.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: Publications used as secondary sources.
        Copy of The Church of England in Colonial North Carolina by Edgar Legare Pennington, S.T.D, 1937.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: notes taken from Church Records list parishoners, baptisms, confirmations, communicants, marriages, burials for the period 1832 to 1880.
        Research reference for St. Paul's Episcopal Church book source: List of Black Parishoners of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church for the period 1832 to 1885.
    • A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript by Anne Edwards Greer
       

      • Box 8
         
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Grave at St Paul's.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Graves Within the Church.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: The "Governors' Graves."
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: The "Governors' Graves II."
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Index.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Appendices.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Unrecorded Graves Believed to be in the Churchyard.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript chapter: Maiden Names of Wives and Mothers.
        Correspondence with Anne Edwards Greer concerning A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's, 2002-2003.
        Draft of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's manuscript, 2001.
        Copy (3) of A Celebration of Faith: 300 Years in the Life of St. Paul's by Anne Edwards Greer, 2003.
      • Box 9
         
        Research references on Northeastern North Carolina Churches including Bethel Baptist Church (Hertford, Perquimans Co.), Yoepim (Yoppim) Baptist Church (Chowan Co.), Edenton Methodist Church, and Evans United Medthodist Church.
        Research references on history of Bethel Baptist Church and Yoepim Baptist Church.
        Research references on history of Edenton Baptist Church.
        Research references on history of Edenton Methodist Church.
        Research references on history of Beaver Hill Cemetery, Edenton.
        Research references on history of Yoepim Baptist Church.
        Correspondence concerning McBride's Methodist Church (Fork Chapel) of Camden, North Carolina, 1963.
        Correspondence with Vernan Perdue Davis concerning St. Paul's Episcopal Church and other Northeastern North Carolina churches, 1971-1991.
  • Edenton, North Carolina
     

    • The 1712 Old Buiding Plan of Edenton, North Carolina (lot numbers East of Broad Street)
       

      • Box 10
         
        Research references including builders who were property owners in Edenton, North Carolina from the period 1736-1785.
        Correspondence concerning buildings in Edenton, North Carolina, 1955-1987.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: Street maps of Edenton lots from the period 1885 to 1927.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Leary Family property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: The Homestead property. Includes undated photographs.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Skinner House property. Includes 1973, 1992 photographs.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Hatch House property. Includes 1990 photograph.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Millen-Hathaway House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Leary Law Office property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Coffield House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Jane Page property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Burton House property. Includes 1972 photograph reprint.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Edenton Academy property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the St. John's property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Skinner-Elliott (Blair House) property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the McNider House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Williams-Flury (Booth House) property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: the Bennett Inn Building property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The Old Plan: demolished property. Includes 1970 photographs of Planter's Inn.
        Research references including newspaper clippings regarding Edenton property, 1995-2007.
    • The 1722 New Buiding Plan of Edenton, North Carolina (lot numbers West of Broad Street)
       

      • Box 10
         
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Paine House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Bond-McMullan House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Baker White (Simons) House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Norfleet House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Dixon-Powell House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Blount-Leary (Custom) House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Charlton House property. Includes 1972 photograph reprint.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Borritz-Tredwell House property.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: the Littlejohn House property. Includes 1972 photograph reprint.
        Research references on Edenton Buildings The New Plan: demolished property.
      • Box 11
         
        Research references including occupations of property owners in Edenton, North Carolina during the period from 1715 to 1807.
        Research references including deed books of Edenton, North Carolina during the period from 1698 to 1878.
        Research references including occupations of property owners in Edenton, North Carolina. (secondary sources)
        Research references including business firms in Edenton, North Carolina during the period from 1777 to 1856.
        Research references including community life of Edenton, North Carolina during the period from 1790 to 1831.
        Research references including marriage and death notices of Edenton, North Carolina, 1799-1825.
        Research references on Edenton, North Carolina: Miscellaneous.
        Historic Preservation Easements -- legal documents for Chowan County regarding The Dr. Richard Dillard Garden, Beverly Hall, the Chapanoke House, and The Homestead, 1996, 2005, 2006.
        Research references including newspaper clippings regarding Edenton, North Carolina, 1968-2006.
        Correspondence concerning the purchase of E. Water Street, Edenton, North Carolina, 1977.
        Map of Edenton, North Carolina, 1966.
        Draft of Edenton: A Portrait in Words and Pictures manuscript by Elizabeth Matheson, 1984.
        Edits by Elizabeth Vann Moore of Edenton: A Portrait in Words and Picturesmanuscript.
        Publicity regarding Edenton: A Portrait in Words and Pictures by Elizabeth Matheson, 1984, 2005.
        Copy of Edenton: A Portrait in Words and Pictures by Elizabeth Matheson, 1984.
      Box 12
    • Chowan County Courthouse, Edenton Jail, the Cannons on the Green, and Confederate Monument of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 13
         
        Research references including Council Chamber, Chowan County Courthouse, and Edenton Jail, North Carolina. Includes photographs and postcards dated 1992, undated.
        Research references including plans for the restoration of the Chowan County Courthouse, of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Photographs of Chowan County Courthouse, of Edenton, North Carolina, 1960, 1981, undated. Includes reprints from State Department of Archives and History.
        Research references including Edenton Jail.
        Research references including Cannons on the Green of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Research references including the Confederate Monument of Edenton, North Carolina. Includes photographs and postcards 1981, undated.
        Correspondence concerning Council Chamber, Chowan County Courthouse, and Edenton Jail, North Carolina, 1953-2003.
        Newspaper clippings regarding the moving of the Confederate Monument, Chowan County Courthouse, Edenton Jail, and the Cannons on the Green, 1950-1993.
    • Iredell House of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 14
         
        Photographs and postcards of the Iredell House of Edenton, North Carolina, undated.
        Photocopies of unidentified letters regarding the Iredell House of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Research references including the Iredell House of Edenton, North Carolina. Includes reprint photographs of James Iredell.
        Copy of Historical Research Report, James Iredell House, Edenton North Carolina by Jerry L. Cross, 1975. (includes correspondence with Jerry L. Cross)
        Copy of The James Iredell House: An Examination of Documentary Evidence Relating to the Present Structure and the Iredell Family by John Sykes, 1992.
        Copy of Iredell House Report by James Iredell Association, Inc., 1972.
        Copies of James Iredell Bulletin by James Iredell Association, Inc., 1966-1974.
        Copies of James Iredell Association Newsletter by James Iredell Association, Inc., 1991, 1993.
        Correspondence concerning The Iredell Family, 1994-2002.
    • Barker House of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 15
         
        Historic Edenton Museum Exhibit at the Barker House, 1968.
        Correspondence concerning audio-visual script for Barker House exhibit, 1968-1969.
        Training materials for Barker House exhibit guides.
        Newspaper clippings regarding the Barker House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1949-2004.
        Photographs of the Barker House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1992, undated.
        National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form for the Barker House.
        Research references on Barker Family.
        Draft of Moving the Barker House: Edenton's New Community Building by Elizabeth Vann Moore. Published in Southern Architect, 1955.
        Copy of The Southern Architect, 1955.
        Lecture given on the Barker House to the Weldon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1952.
        Lecture given on Thomas Barker by Henry W. Lewis, 2002.
        Lecture given on the Barker House by Elizabeth Vann Moore, 2000.
        Correspondence regarding the Barker House, 1949-1959.
        Correspondence regarding the Barker House, 1960-2003.
        Research references on the Barker House.
    • Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 16
         
        Photocopies of correspondence (1918-1921) between Frank Wood and Mr. R.D.W. Conner concerning the Chowan County Papers collection and county disposal of Chowan County documents. Notes.
        Correspondence with A.M. Patterson concerning the Cupola House Papers and the records of the General Court of the County of Albemarle, 1959.
        Copy of the State Archives Report on the Cupola House Papers, 2004.
        Research references on the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Reports on the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina presented to the Edenton-Chowan County Historical Commission, 1963-1990.
        Correspondence concerning the Cupola House, 1954-1975.
        Correspondence concerning the Cupola House, 1976-1995.
        Newspaper clippings regarding the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1955-2009.
        Correspondence concerning the Cupola House Association: Cupola House Museum, Association Minutes, transferring Cupola House Papers to State Archives.
        Notes on 1775 and 1795 inventories of the Cupola House belongings. Photocopy of Museum of Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) recommendations for disposal of items (1984) and furnishings inventory.
        Details regarding the Cupola House Papers.
        Research reference on the Corbin Family.
        Photographs and postcards of the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1977, 1981, 1992, undated. Includes reprints from the Division of Archives and History.
        Lecture on the Cupola House presented to the Colonial Dames by Elizabeth Vann Moore, 1963.
        Cupola House Association board minutes, 1992-2000. Cupola House Collections policy draft.
        Brochure (2008) on the Cupola House 250th anniversary, correspondence (1982, 1997), general list of records held by the Cupola House Museum for 1700-1868, and reproductions of the 1810 Chowan County Court division of Blenheim tract of land and the 1815 estate inventory and sale for John Dickinson.
    • Historic buildings and sites located in Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 17
         
        Lecture presented to The State Literary and Historical Association of North Carolina regarding the Cupola House of Edenton, North Carolina, 1954. Includes correspondence with Christopher Crittendon post-lecture.
        Correspondence with Edenton Chamber of Commerce regarding Woman's Club booklet of street map marking historic sites, 1959.
        Correspondence with American Institute of Architects and the National Park Service regarding the American Buildings Survey, 1959-1962.
        Correspondence with American Institute of Architects and the National Park Service regarding the Historic American Buildings Survey Inventory, 1962-1974.
        Correspondence regarding the Historic District Planning, 1966.
        Copy of Notes Explaining the Street Names within the Original Limits of the Town of Edenton compiled by John Morehead, 2002.
    • Publications by the Edenton Women's Club
       

      • Box 18
         
        Copy of Edenton, North Carolina booklet, 1937
        Copy of Historic Edenton and Countryside "Cradle of the Colony" by The Edenton Women's Club, 1951.
        Copy of Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1953.
        Copy of Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1959.
        Copy of Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1962.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1970.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Countryside by The Edenton Women's Club, 1973.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Chowan County by The Edenton Women's Club, 1977.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Chowan County by The Edenton Women's Club, 1984.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Chowan County by Elizabeth Vann Moore, 1989.
        Copy of Guide Book: Historic Edenton and Chowan County by Elizabeth Vann Moore, 1996.
    • Town of Edenton, North Carolina
       

      • Box 19
         
        Collection of Historic Edenton tour pamphlets.
        Photographs and postcards of downtown Edenton, North Carolina, undated.
        Newspaper clippings regarding Edenton, North Carolina, 1932-1955.
        Research references including Waterfront lots of Edenton, North Carolina.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton, North Carolina, 1957-1998.
        Maps of Edenton, Chowan County, North Carolina.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the period 1797 to 1799.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1819.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1820.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1821.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1822.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1827.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1828.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the year 1829.
        Photocopied advertisements and events from Edenton Newspapers, for the years 1830-1831.
  • Chowan County, North Carolina
     

    • Chowan County Courthouse property
       

      • Box 20
         
        Map of the Town of Edenton, North Carolina 1969.
        Correspondence concerning appointment to the Chowan County Courthouse Site Committee, 1972.
        Research references including New Courthouse-Jail property.
        Correspondence concerning the new Chowan County Courthouse, 1975.
        Chowan County Courthouse Site Committee meeting minutes, 1973.
        Copy of Feasibility Study for Proposed New Governmental Center for Chowan County, North Carolina by J. Everette Fauber, Jr., 1973.
        Architect candidiate search: Andrew L. Pendleton.
        Chowan County Courthouse and Detention Facility dedication publicity, 1980.
    • Chowan County Wills and Land Deeds 1711-1830
       

      • Box 20
         
        Research references including possessions owned by residents before 1831 in Chowan County, North Carolina.
        Research references including alphabetical list of Chowan County wills before 1831.
        Research references including chronological list of Chowan County wills before 1831.
        Research references including Chowan County wills and inventories abstracts for the period of 1701 to 1834.
        Research references including Chowan County deed abstracts for the period of 1717 to 1803.
        Research references including inventories from Chowan County wills for the period of 1711 to 1830.
        Research references including inventories from Chowan County deeds for the period of 1717-1830.
        Research references including inventory sales from Chowan County Court minutes for the period of 1741 to 1815.
        Research references including ads and port books of Chowan County for the period of 1698 to 1801.
        Research references including tabulation chart of Chowan County property from wills.
        Research references including tabulation chart of Chowan County property from deeds.
    • Buildings of Chowan County, North Carolina
       

      • Box 21
         
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Albania. Includes photograph reprint, 1972.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Athol. Includes undated postcard.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: (Mount) Auburn. Includes undated photograph.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Bandon. Includes undated postcards.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Barrow Hole.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Beech Grove (The Coke House).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Bluff Point.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Briol (Long Bridge).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Chambers Ferry (Farm).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Cullins (Baker House).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Deerfield.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Drummond's Point.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Elm Plain.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Elmwood.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Ferry Road Farm (Cullen Jones).
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Christopher Gale's Plantation.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Greenfield.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Haughton Point.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Hayes. Includes photograph reprints and postcards, 1961, 1972, and undated.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Jackson Place.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Long Beach.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Montpelier.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Fred Norcom Tract.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Martinique.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Mulberry Hill. Includes undated photographs and postcards, 1976.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Oak Grove.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Poplar Neck (Wood Hall), 1969-1975.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Sandy Point.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Shelton (Clement Hall), 1994.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Standin.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Strawberry Hill, 1980-1999.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Sycamore. Includes photograph, dated 2001, and undated postcards.
        Correspondence concerning Sycamore building of Chowan County, 1955-1997.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Thomas Cochran.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Yoepim Church, 1980-1996.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Maps of Chowan County, 1957, 1982.
        Research references on Chowan County buildings: Architectural Historian Bradley Barker.
  • Edenton Tea Party research--RESTRICTED (must receive written permission from donor before using the Edenton Tea Party research material)
     

    • Secondary sources regarding Edenton Tea Party
       

      • Box 22
         
        Newspaper clippings regarding the Edenton Tea Party, 1948-1989.
        Research references including port records of Edenton, North Carolina, for the period 1790 to 1795.
        Research references including transportation and travel, for the period 1819 to 1821.
        Research references including occupations of Chowan County property owners, from the period 1699-1772.
        Research references sources, from the period 1663 to 1935.
        Research references including shipping records of Port Roanoke, North Carolina, 1782.
        Research references including Chowan County court minutes, for the period 1730 to 1772.
        Research references including Chowan County tax lists, from the period 1717 to 1799.
        Research references including Chowan County wills and administrations, for the period 1777 to 1784.
        Research references on Bertie County, North Carolina, inventories, sales, divisions and wills during the period from 1727 to 1813.
        Photocopy of population listing for Edenton, North Carolina, during 1850.
        Research references on Edgecombe County, North Carolina, during the period of 1735 to 1753.
        Research references on Gates County, North Carolina, during the period from 1760 to 1791.
        Research references on Hertford, North Carolina, during the period from 1761 to 1772.
        Research references on Hyde County, North Carolina, during the period 1742 to 1778.
        Research references on Martin County, North Carolina, during 1779.
        Research references on Pasquotank County, North Carolina, during the period from 1741 to 1774.
        Research references on Perquimans County, North Carolina, during the period from 1729 to 1761.
        Research references on Tyrell County, North Carolina, during 1755.
        Research references including publications mentioning the Edenton Tea Party.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party, for the period 1774 to 1826.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party, for the period 1826 to 1875.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party, for the period 1876 to 1903.
        Research references on the Muse Family.
        Research references concerning Dr. Richard Dillard's book The Historic Tea-Party of Edenton, October 25, 1774. An Incident in North Carolina Connected with British Taxation. Includes correspondence from Edward P. Moses to Dr. Richard Dillard, dated 1940. 1994 clipping.
      • Box 23
         
        Research references including the Unveiling and Dedication of the Tablet in Memory of the 51 signers of the Edenton Tea Party, 1908-1935.
        Copy of The North Carolina Booklet. Volume VIII, No. 4, April 1909
        Copy of "Old Tea-Party House, Edenton, N.C." rendering, undated.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party, during the period from 1908 to 1950.
        Copy of Tea its early History and three Colonial-American Tea Parties, 1914.
        Copy of Ye Early History of Tea and the three Colonial-American Tea Parties, 1917.
        Copy of Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine Volume LVI, No. 6, June 1922
        Copy of The Historic Tea-Party of Edenton, October 25, 1774. An Incident in North Carolina Connected with British Taxation by Dr. Richard Dillard, 1898.
        Copy of The Historic Tea-Party of Edenton, October 25, 1774. An Incident in North Carolina Connected with British Taxation by Dr. Richard Dillard, 6th edition, 1925.
        Photocopy of Historic Buildings of Edenton, North Carolina by Mary Alethea Warren, 1925.
        Photocopy of A Brief History of Edenton and Its Environs by Richard Dillard, undated.
        Copy of Edenton, North Carolina booklet, 1937.
        Research references on the Edenton Tea Party. Includes copy of The State, Vol. 25, No. 20, Feb. 22, 1958; research during the period from 1928 to 1958,
        Research references including news regarding Edenton Tea Party Re-Enactment, 1967-2002.
        Tea Party House drawing, undated.
        Copies of the Daughters of the American Revolution plaque sent by Bill Powell.
    • Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party (sorted by last name)
       

      • Box 24
         
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: A, 1993-2007.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: B, 1973-2004.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: C, 1974-1992.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: D, 1950-1995.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: E, 1987-2005.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: F, 1993.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: H, 1960.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: J, 1952-1995.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: K, 1993-1998.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: L, 1950-1976.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: M, 1950-1968.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: N, 1949-1993.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: P, 1951-1992.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: R, 1975-1991.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: S, 1975-1998.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: T, 1971.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: U, 1997.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: V, 1960.
        Correspondence regarding Edenton Tea Party: W, 1966-1993.
    • Research on Edenton Tea Party Resolution Signers
       

      • Box 25
         
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Anderson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Barker-Pagett Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: [Blount] Beasley Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Loadman Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Cropley Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Vines Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Falconer Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Liles Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Harloe Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Luten Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Beasley-Norcom Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Benbury Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Benbury-Hinton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Benbury-Freeman Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Bennett Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Bennett-Speight Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blair Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: James Blount, Jr. Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Thomas Blount Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Reading Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Long Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Everett Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: John Blount Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Williams Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Pettigrew Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Mrs. James Blount III Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Durant Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Crisp Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Wilkins Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount- Hatch Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Blount-Clayton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Bondfield Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Bonner Family.
      • Box 26
         
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Cathcart Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Charlton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Clayton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Creecy Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Creecy-Charlton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Creecy-Wingate Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Crickett Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Cunningham Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Dawson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Green Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Green-Branch Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hall Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hall-Foster Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hall-Nicholson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Haughton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Haughton-Kennedy Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Horniblow Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Horniblow-Rombough Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hoskins Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hoskins-Whedbee Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Howcott Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Howe Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Howe-Moore Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Howe-Underhill Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hunter Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hunter-Walton Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Hunter-Blanchard Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston-Williams Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston-Alston Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston-Whitmell Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Johnston-Bryan Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Jones Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Littledale Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Littlejohn Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Matthews Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Ormond Family.
      • Box 27
         
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Patterson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Payne Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Pearson Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Ramsay Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Roberts Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Roberts-Hardy-Gale Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Roberts-Laker Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail-Lillington Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail-Porter Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail-Lockhart Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Vail-Swann Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Valentine Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Wells, Wills Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Wellwood Family.
        Research references on the Tea Party Signers: Woolard Family.
        Research notes regarding signers of Edenton Tea Party Resolution.
        Correspondence regarding the signers of the Edenton Tea Party Resolution being considered for Patriotic Service, 2002, 2007.
        Research references on biographies of signers of Edenton Tea Party.
    • Elizabeth Vann Moore's Edenton Tea Party Manuscripts, Drafts, and Revisions
       

      • Box 28
         
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Table of Contents.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Acknowlegments.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Pieces of the Puzzle.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Durham Recorder.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: London Packet.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Tea Party Cartoon.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Part I Summary.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Part II Introduction.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: 18th Century Edenton.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: The British Press.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Women's Protests.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: N.C. Problems.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Near and Dear Connections.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: 1774-1827.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: The Legend.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: The Legend Begins.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Historians Ask Questions.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: U.S. Centennial.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: World's Fair.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Research Begins.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Names!.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: More Names!.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: The D.R. Memorial.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: Fact or Fancy?.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: 1908-1994.
        Draft of Elizabeth Vann Moore Edenton Tea Party manuscript -- Chapter: No Re