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1.
North Carolina Academy of Science Collection (Manuscript Collection #282)

Minutes, programs, correspondence, reprints, reports, and miscellaneous records (1902-2005).

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Henry T. King Collection (Manuscript Collection #625)

Collection (1768, 1799, 1825-1865, 1887-1931, 1985) assembled by prominent Democratic politician, newspaper editor and historian Henry T. King (1861-1924) of Greenville, N.C. Included are the papers of Edward C. Yellowley (1821-1885), a Greenville, N.C., lawyer with particular emphasis on correspondence while he was serving as a Confederate officer in the Civil War; King's Weekly Newspapers (1895-1902); King's ...

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East Carolina University Department of Athletics (University Archives Collection #UA40-00)

The Records of the Department of Athletics are comprised of correpsondence, administrative records, emory lawsuit, computer media, a/v media, digitized media.

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Richard Dillard Dixon, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #601)

Papers (1946-1948) obtained by Richard Dillard Dixon, Jr., while visiting his father Richard Dillard Dixon, Sr., who participated in the of International Military Tribunal (for Nazi war crimes) held in Nuremberg, Germany, as a member of the judges Secretariat and as a judge. Included are mimeographed transcripts of some of the trials and related manuscripts, press releases, and wall charts delineating the hierarchy of Nazi German govern...

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Randy D. Doub Papers (Manuscript Collection #1074)

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Pitt County Bar Association Papers (Manuscript Collection #124)

Papers (1943-1956) including correspondence, reports programs, professional in Social Security, minutes, membership records, clippings, pamphlets etc.

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Wade H. Phillips Papers (Manuscript Collection #59)

Papers (1900-1961, undated) including correspondence, speeches, clippings, pamphlets, photographs, etc. relating to chairmanship of the Davidson County (NC) Democratic Party and member of the State Senate. c.

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John Davis Larkins, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #78)

Papers (1934-1969) of N.C. State Senator and U.S. District Court Judge John Davis Larkins, Jr., including correspondence, speeches, judge's notes, case files, clippings, photographs, leaflets, scrapbooks, concerns of state fishery industry, information of osteopathic profession, etc.

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Richardson Preyer Papers (Manuscript Collection #102)

This collection contains about 363 cubic feet of material documenting the Congressional career of Lunsford Richardson Preyer. Mr. Preyer (January 11, 1919-April 3, 2001) of Greensboro, North Carolina, served in the U.S. House of Representatives for twelve years (January 1969-January 1981).

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Francis Edward Winslow Papers (Manuscript Collection #146)

Papers (1914-1972, undated) consisting of correspondence, reports, clippings, minutes, publications, speeches, affidavits, court rulings, legal briefs, trial proceedings, etc.

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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.

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Samuel William Watts Papers (Manuscript Collection #281)

Papers (1845-1918) of lawyer who lived in Martin County, Franklin County, and Smithfield in Brunswick County and was active in Reconstruction Era Republican politics, consisting of correspondence, receipts, vouchers, court dockets, legal papers, annual railroad pass, financial records, advertisements.

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H. Horton Rountree Papers (Manuscript Collection #459)

Papers (1967-1980) including correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, bills, clippings, photographs, letters, etc.

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James B. Hunt, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #325)

Papers (1960-1984) of Democratic political leader and governor of North Carolina, including his 1976 campaign financial records and his 1980 gubernatorial general campaign files.

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Frank M. Wooten, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #126)

Papers (1902-1966, undated) consisting of correspondence, pamphlets, proposed bills, reports, petitions, resolutions, bulletins, periodicals, printed bills, etc. Crime-punishment related topics, tax issues.