June 26, 2015, (unprocessed), 4.0 cu. ft.; Correspondence (1965-2015) with state and national public figures including Maya Angelou, Will Campbell, Bill Moyers, John Ehle, and Rosemary Harris; Governors James B. Hunt and Michael Dukakis; Congressman James McClure Clark and Elspeth Clark, the Rev. Dr. William Finlator, the Rev. Dr. Donald W. Shriver, feminist Hebrew scholar Phyllis Trible; North Carolina legislators J. McNeill Smith of Greensboro and Willis Whichard of Durham; Civil Rights leader Dr. Anna Arnold Hedgeman, et al. Scholarly addresses delivered before national assemblies and editorials written for N.C. newspapers including the Winston-Salem Journal, the Charlotte Observer, the Greensboro Record, and the Raleigh News and Observer. Early draft of manuscript Ceremony of Innocence, published by Mercer University Press, 2005. Gift of Dr. Roger D. Sharpe.
Gift of Dr. Roger D. Sharpe
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Ceremony of Innocence and the documentary
The Boy Who Heard President Abraham Lincoln Give the Gettysburg Address, although he permits fair use quoting.
Roger D. Sharpe Papers (#1256), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA