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1.
Records of Faculty Meetings at East Carolina College (University Archives Collection #UA04-01)

Includes minutes of meetings of the college faculty and meeting minutes and correspondence of faculty sub-committees.

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John D. Neville Collection (Manuscript Collection #955)

Documents and printed materials relating to Greenville, NC including high school and college programs, postcards, World War II ration books, etc. Also, genealogical correspondence, notes and research files pertaining to the Davenport, Flanagan, Neville, and related families of Pitt, Edgecombe, Halifax, and Nash counties, North Carolina

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Records of John Decatur Messick's Tenure as President of East Carolina Teachers College And East Carolina College (University Archives Collection #UA02-05)

The collection includes papers and publications produced or related to the administration of John Decatur Messick. Materials include biographical records, correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, administrative records, and other miscellaneous items.

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Records of Dennis Hargrove Cooke's Tenure as President of East Carolina Teachers College (University Archives Collection #UA02-04)

The collection includes newspaper clippings, correspondence and supporting documentation about Dennis H. Cookes short tenure as president of East Carolina Teachers College.

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Records of Howard Justus McGinnis' Tenure as Interim President of East Carolina Teachers College (University Archives Collection #UA02-03)

Collection contains correspondence, administrative records, and other material related to the term of Howard Justus McGinnis' tenure as interim President of East Carolina Teachers College.

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Records of Robert Herring Wright's Tenure as President of E.C.T.T.S. and E.C.T.C. (University Archives Collection #UA02-01)

Papers and publications produced or related to the administration of Robert Herring Wright. Materials include biographical records, correspondence, speeches, clippings, administrative records, and other miscellaneous items.

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Wahl-Coates School Collection (Manuscript Collection #6)

Collection (1922-1948), including PTA minutes, bulletins, charter and building specifications.

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John P. East Oral History Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0171)

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Records of Leon Renfroe Meadows' Tenure and Administration (University Archives Collection #UA02-02)

Papers and publications produced or related to the administration of Leon Renfroe Meadows. Materials include memos, letters, human resources documents, and 2 published volumes of verse.

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John P. East Papers (Manuscript Collection #513)

Papers (1980-1986) of U.S. Senator from North Carolina.

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Faye B. Adams Oral history Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0251)

Oral history interview (4/11/2004) by A. Thomas Adams, her son, in Greenville, NC, pertaining to Faye B. Adams' life (1935-2004) in rural eastern North Carolina, East Carolina Teachers College, and as a teacher during the integration of the Greenville, NC city schools. 3 items. 6 p. 1 audio cassette (1 p.); 1 interview description dated 4/27/2004 (4 p. typescript), 1 oral history agreement dated 4/11/2004 (1 p.) Note: Oral history in fu...

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James L. Fleming Papers (Manuscript Collection #437)

Papers (1890-1914, 1948, 1982) including correspondence, organizational publications, newspaper clippings, advertisements, blueprints, a contract, and miscellany.

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Leo Warren Jenkins Papers (Manuscript Collection #360)

Personal files (1960-1978), including correspondence, clippings, reports, a manuscript, photographs, and miscellaneous.

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Lu Ann Jones Collection (Manuscript Collection #798)

Collection (1997-1998) of History 5005 North Carolina teachers oral history project, including interview releases, student field notes and crtiques, interview transcripts and notes, correspondence, essays, and clippings concerning the lives of retired North Carolina school teachers, ca. 1900-1997.

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Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #481)

Papers (1951-1983) of deceased East Carolina University History Professor (and Department Head) Herbert R. Paschal, Jr., include his research files relating to exploration and early settlement of the English Colonies in North Carolina, 1644-1700. Also included are files related to his career and to his years as a student.