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Lawrence A. Watts, Jr. Collection (Manuscript Collection #1077)

This collection contains photographs of descendants of Willie Brown (1799-1867) and Nancy Moye Brown of Greenville and Pitt County, North Carolina, especially through the line of their son Dr. William Moye Benjamin Brown (1823-1903) and his wife Jane Marie Greene. Also included are photographs of members of the Waldrop, Moore, Morrill/Morrell, Ernul, Cherry and Watts families related through the spouses of the children of Dr. William Mo...

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Murfreesboro Historical Association Collection: Vaughan Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #691-004)

Vaughan Family Papers (1872-1900, undated) includes photograph albums containing images of family members from Hertford County, North Carolina.

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Davenport Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #1079)

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William Carl Buchanan Collection (Manuscript Collection #34)

Collection (1820-1912) including correspondence, receipts, accounts, notes, etc. relating to three brothers who settled in Eastern North Carolina.

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Catherine Blanche McCallum Collection (Manuscript Collection #576)

Collection (1816-1941) of Robeson County, NC farming and school teaching family, including correspondence relating to the Civil War service of several family members in the 24th Regiment of NC Troops (Ransom's Brigade), Fort Caswell, 40th Regiment of NC Troops, poems, financial records, wills, certificates, a photograph, a survey, miscellany, and clippings.

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William E. and Henrietta Rogers Collection (Manuscript Collection #963)

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James Harvey Brown Papers (Manuscript Collection #547)

Papers (1926-2003) covering the schooling and naval service of U. S. naval officer, USNA class of 1931, Captain James H. Brown, including correspondence, reports, publications, clippings, and photographs. Extensive material pertains to his service during World War II aboard the USS SHAW (1940-1942), USS ABNER READ (1942-1944), and the USS AMMEN (1944-1945), as well as his service before and after World War II.

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Ausmus G. Wells Collection (Manuscript Collection #463)

Collection (1839, 1859-1867, 1905-1978) including correspondence, family histories, receipts, notes, clippings, photographs.

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Allen Churchill Collection (Manuscript Collection #535)

Collection [1949, 1960, 1962] including correspondence, clippings, genealogical notes, way of naming children, miscellaneous genealogies.

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Stuart Wright Collection: Sam Witt Papers (Manuscript Collection #1169-040)

Papers of Sam Witt (1993-2008) documenting the life and literary career of the noted English-born poet, journalist and educator at University of Iowa and other universities; including letters to Stuart Wright, typescript manuscript of Elegy of a Living Man, by Sam Witt; also loose manuscript items transferred from the Stuart Wright Book Collection.

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William Howard Hooker Collection: Martha Gregory Brown Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #472-004)

Letters and letter fragments (1862 - 1865) of George H. Brown family, written primarily from Washington, Greenville, Tarboro and the surrounding area.

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Clifton W. Everett, Jr. Collection (Manuscript Collection #1109)

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Donald R. Morgan Collection (Manuscript Collection #777)

Pitt County, NC ledger (1855-1856) and genealogical notes compiled by Ella V. May of Winterville concerning Kittrell, Tucker, May, Wiggins, Hardy, Brown, and other families.

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Mae Tucker Stancill Collection (Manuscript Collection #1065)

Collection (1871-1970, undated) including correspondence, photographs, postcards, and printed material relating to the Stancill Family.

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Samuel Kissam Papers (Manuscript Collection #1257)

This collection contains sixty-five letters (1846-1847) the majority of which were written by wholesale merchant Samuel Kissam of Plymouth, North Carolina, to his brother George Kissam, also a merchant, of New York City, New York, discussing mostly business matters. Also included are a couple of letters written by a ship's master at New Orleans, Louisiana, to Samuel Kissam concerning a maritime mishap.