The Records of Maury York are comprised of administrive files, committees, Friday Jones, grant projects, director search, First in the Family, history fiction project, and literary homecoming.
Maury York was the Assistant Director for special collections. He has worked as a librarian and researcher since 1978 in North Carolina. Mr. York has received several awards including, Distinguished Alumni Award, School of Information and Library Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2007; as well as Centennial Award for Excellence (Leadership) from East Carolina University in 2009. He has also published numerous articles and a book entitled The Privilege to Paint: The Lives of Francis Speight and Sarah Blakeslee (Greenville, N.C.: Greenville Museum of Art, 2002).
This collection contains the administrative records for Maury York. Record Types include administrive files, committees, Friday Jones, grant projects, director search, First in the Family, history fiction project, and literary homecoming until 2013.
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