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Hoyt Patrick Taylor, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #393)

Personal files (1944, 1954-1973), including correspondence, campaign material, legislative files, and miscellaneous material.

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Hoyt Patrick Taylor, Sr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #392)

Papers (1827-1964) including correspondence, speeches, legal papers, deeds, clippings, financial papers, photographs, telephone and telegram company, and miscellaneous. 8,300 items. Recd. 11/5/1979 11/15/1979

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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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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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Records of Leo Warren Jenkins' Tenure as President and Chancellor, 1960-1978 (University Archives Collection #UA02-06)

Collection covers the administrative term of Leo W. Jenkins as chief executive of East Carolina University. Speeches, correspondence, and publications include East Carolina gaining University status, the foundation of a medical school, the transition of athletics into Division I, and the growth of the campus.

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William Davis Brackett, Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #1007)

William Davis Brackett’s papers relating to his service in eastern North Carolina with E Company of the 45th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment during the Civil War, 1862-1863.

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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 ...