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8 results for Ku Klux Klan (1915- )—North Carolina
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Ku Klux Klan Collection (Manuscript Collection #425)

Collection (1917-1920) including a letter, pamphlet, a proclamation, admission card, penciled notations. 6 items.

2.
James William Cole Papers (Manuscript Collection #40)

Papers (1863, 1946-1967) including correspondence, speeches, news releases, pamphlets, etc. relating to a local leader in the Ku Klux Klan in Eastern North Carolina.

3.
Pollock Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #385)

Papers (1873-1922, undated) consisting of mortgage and chattel liens, Mayors' Court complaints, a court case amendments records, a ledger, genealogical data, pamphlets, financial statements, etc.

4.
William Carlyle Hatcher Collection (Manuscript Collection #79)

Collection (1837-1985, undated) including photocopies of correspondence, deeds, receipts, statements, ledgers, bills of lading, license, reports, bulletins, genealogical, retail merchandising, letters etc.

5.
Whitehurst Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #617)

Papers (1736-1979) including correspondence, genealogical information, land records, financial records, church related items, pamphlets, brochures, greeting cards, invitations, UDC records, clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous.

6.
Clarence Leroy Shuping Papers (Manuscript Collection #553)

Papers (1920-1975) including correspondence, reports, financial records, clippings, photographs, posters, and miscellaneous materials.

7.
Richard Porson Paddison Papers (Manuscript Collection #327)

Papers (1791-1945) of steamboat operator on the Cape Fear and Black Rivers, based in Point Caswell, NC, consisting of correspondence, genealogical material, wills, indentures, marriage certificate, receipts, inventories, exposition programs, photographs, newspaper clippings, letters and miscellaneous.

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Charles O'Hagan Laughinghouse Papers (Manuscript Collection #267)

Papers (1865-1954, undated) consisting of correspondence, speeches, financial and legal records, a minute book, a guest register, photographs, newspapers, genealogical notes, deeds, etc., related to the career of Dr. Charles O'Hagan Laughinghouse (1871-1930) of Greenville, N.C., and to the Laughinghouse and related Stokes families. Besides having a successful practice in Greenville, Dr. Laughinghouse was a respected member of the North ...