What is this page?
This is a collection guide. It is a description of archival material held in the Special Collections Division,
J.Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University. The materials described here are physically available in our
reading room. None of the original documents in this collection are digitally available online at this time.
Papers (1980-1986) of U.S. Senator from North Carolina.
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.
Papers (1898-19476, undated) including correspondence, newspapers, notes, programs, etc. compiled by a teacher in the English Department of East Carolina Teachers Training School.
Includes minutes of meetings of the college faculty and meeting minutes and correspondence of faculty sub-committees.
The collection includes newspaper clippings, correspondence and supporting documentation about Dennis H. Cookes short tenure as president of East Carolina Teachers College.
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.
Collection (1954-1780, 1861-1866, 1916) consisting of letters, Revolutionary War currency and Civil War money.
The student handbooks include university hours, campus calendars, and social regulations.
The Records of the Department of East Carolina College of Education are comprised of annual reports, administrative records, publications and brochures, a/v material.
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.
Includes annual catalogs, summer session catalogs, graduate school catalogs, and special topics bulletins published as issues in the same series as the catalogs.
The annual yearbooks of the university from 1923 through 2009 with intermittent years with no publication.