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1.
Inglis Fletcher Papers (Manuscript Collection #21)

Papers (1883-1964) of the noted author Inglis Clark Fletcher of historical novels set during the 17th and 18th century in colonial North Carolina.

2.
Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. McMullan Collection (Manuscript Collection #33)

Collection (1766-1863, undated) including correspondence, accounts, etc., of the Skinner and Hoskins families, who were prominent families of Eastern North Carolina.

3.
Perquimans County Historical Society Collection (Manuscript Collection #299)

Collection (1733-1943) consisting primarily of Stallings family papers, deeds, land surveys, wills, a Bible record, newspapers, clippings and miscellaneous.

4.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Kammerer, Sr., Collection (Manuscript Collection #318)

Correspondence, photographs, postcards and printed material documenting North Carolina history. Locations include Fayetteville, Elizabeth City, High Point, Wilmington, Atlantic Beach, Morehead City, Belhaven, Edenton, Pitt County, Camp Lejeune, Reidsville, Rocky Mount, St. Pauls Washington and New Bern. Subjects include the Askew Family of Hertford County, Greensboro College, Fayetteville flood of 1908, the Confederate Ram Albemarle and...

5.
William B. Shepard Papers (Manuscript Collection #448)

Papers (1768 [1868]-1913) including correspondence, accounts, receipts, bills of lading, daybooks, ledgers, land surveys, pamphlets, photographs, newspapers, and miscellany.

6.
William Badham Papers (Manuscript Collection #598)

Papers (1828-1880) including correspondence, photographs, daybook, account book, family history, a morning report form, certificate of oath, letters.

7.
Brownrigg Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #597)

Papers (1720-1872, 1936) including correspondence, legal documents, estate records, accounts, promissory notes, shipping records, receipts, an apprenticeship bond, tombstone records, tax lists.

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Richard Dillard Dixon, Sr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #600)

Papers (1887-1952) of Edenton, NC Judge including World War I, political, and Judicial correspondence; speeches, clippings; Nuremberg war crimes files; and numbering war crimes transcripts.