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Rotary Club of Greenville, N.C. Records (Manuscript Collection #334)

Records (1920-1977, 1996-2013) of the Rotary Club of Greenville, North Carolina, include correspondence, minutes, financial papers, membership lists, publications, scrapbooks, clippings, motion picture films, and audio tapes .

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Robert C. Caldwell Collection (Manuscript Collection #845)

Papers (1854-1865) of Robert C. Caldwell, a private soldier from Cabarrus County, NC, who served in Company C., 10th Battalion, North Carolina Heavy Artillery during the Civil War.

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Greenville Area Preservation Association Records (Manuscript Collection #605)

Text and photographs for publication of the Architectural heritage of Greenville, North Carolina. (undated)

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Lucile Marie Hoerr Charles Papers (Manuscript Collection #105)

Papers (1929-1987), including correspondence, articles, playscripts, and telegrams regarding the "Land of Plenty" radio broadcast series; writings on theatre in Moscow, etc.

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Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Collection (Manuscript Collection #117)

Collection (1934-2002, undated) of programs, constitutions, bulletins, reports, membership records, memorials, correspondence, scrapbooks and clippings related to the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International and its Beta Alpha and Delta Chapters in Greenville, N.C.

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League of Women Voters of Pitt County Records (Manuscript Collection #1157)

Records (1966-2006, undated) documenting the activities of the League of Women Voters of Pitt County, North Carolina, a women's political organization, including historical materials, board of trustees files, publications, clippings, research files, membership files, financial records, scrapbooks, oversized materials, correspondence, annual reports, photographic prints and slides, bylaws, and position statements.

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Whitford Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #937)

Papers (1743 – 1985) of the descendants of Martin Whitford and Nancy Purifoi (Purifoy) Whitford, of Craven County NC, including David Purifoi Whitford, Susan Cox, Addison Purifoi Whitford, Pamela Toler and Edna Whitford Fisher, and consisting of land, legal and business records, genealogical charts and a family history, a photographic print, and the constitutions of the Mt. Lebanon Church and the Broad St. Church & Secondary School 100 ...

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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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Cannon-Schneider Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #1225)

This collection contains correspondence (1928-2013) between Hattie Lou Cannon Schneider in Tampa, Florida, and her mother and sister and other family members in Pitt County, N.C. The earliest letters were written by Hattie Lou as a child living in Pitt County and a few letters were written to her before and right after her marriage to Charles Leland Schneider, Sr., in 1945 when she was stationed as a WAVE at the Navy Yard in Washington,...

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Peggy R. Worthington Papers (Manuscript Collection #1217)

This collection includes reminiscences by Peggy Rose Roberts Worthington (born December 29, 1931) of her life in Pitt County from childhood on a tobacco farm to the present that she wrote in 2012 and 2013 while participating in an East Carolina University Lifelong Learning Program creative writing course. Also found in this collection are photocopies of genealogical material and photographs pertaining to the Buck family of Pitt County, ...

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Loula White Fleming Papers (Manuscript Collection #414)

Papers (1902-1967) including correspondence, organizational publication, photographs, newspaper clippings, typescripts, Civil War events, Women's club, songs, jewelry, bank books and notebook.

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Littleton College Memorial Association Papers (Manuscript Collection #114)

Papers (1873, 1892-2009, undated) concerning Littleton Female College (later called Littleton College) in Warren County, N.C., and its alumnae include correspondence, programs, college history, alumnae lists, clippings, pamphlets and speeches, etc. The college opened in 1882 and closed after a disastrous fire in 1919. The Littleton College Memorial Association was founded in 1926.

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

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Heath Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #276)

Papers (1730-1928) of surveyor and Baptist pastor, including correspondence, court records, land records, financial papers, promissory notes, bills, land grants, indentures, Civil War orders, etc.

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Thomas A. Person Papers (Manuscript Collection #303)

Papers (1924/1978, undated) of a prominent Greenville, NC tobacconist, including correspondence, financial papers, programs, certificates, a bond, debt, letters, annual statements, etc.