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1.
Francis M. Manning Collection (Manuscript Collection #488)

Collection (1740-1985) including correspondence, legal and financial papers, estates papers, and volumes concerning several eastern North Carolina families.

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Helen K. Peel Collection (Manuscript Collection #1232)

This collection (1884, 1908-2005) includes the papers of Helen Keel Peel (who died in 2005 at the age of 88) and her husband James Woolard Peel (who died in 1986), of Everetts in Martin County, North Carolina. Included in the collection are a diary (1934-1937); photographs; typescripts related to Helen Peel’s historical research about Everetts and Martin County; correspondence, scrapbook, and autograph books related to her public school...

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Roger E. Kammerer, Jr., Collection (Manuscript Collection #870)

Collection contains a variety of items relating to Eastern North Carolina especially including a photograph of East Carolina Teacher's College scene (ca. 1940's); a theater Program (ca. 1933/34) for a play presented by The Episcopal Junior Guild, Austin Building, East Carolina Teacher's College; and a Measles in Quarantine Keep Your Babies Away From Measles Broadside (4/7/1934) posted on the home of Ella Viola McGowan when she had the m...

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Getsinger Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #172)

Collection (1828-1972) pertaining to Martin County, NC, farmer John Conrad Getsinger, Sr., (Nov. 4, 1812-Jan. 16, 1891), a native of Wurttemburg, Germany, and several of his descendants consisting of correspondence, memoranda books, a sketchbook created by Mr. Getsinger while he was a soldier (1847-1848) fighting in the Mexican War, financial records, Civil War records pertaining to Mr. Getsinger and his son John C. Getsinger, Jr., reli...

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John A. Clark, Jr., Collection (Manuscript Collection #427)

Collection [1733-1975] including correspondence, cemetery records, deed books, court records, militia records; copies and originals of indenture, estate lists, wills, land grants, Bible records, and miscellaneous.

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Caroline Cunningham Collection (Manuscript Collection #56)

Collection [1636-1798] including newspaper and magazine clippings, relating to racial integration and race relations; files of a professional genealogist concerning North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland families.

7.
Lenoir County Colonial Commission Records (Manuscript Collection #1121)

Lenoir County Colonial Commission Records (2006–2007, undated) pertaining to events and activities honoring and celebrating the life and accomplishments of landowner, Revolutionary War general, and six term governor of North Carolina, Richard Caswell, held in Kinston, N.C., 12–19 August 2007; also including newspaper clippings, programs of events, correspondence, financial records, printed materials, digital materials, drafts, and docum...

8.
Reverend Jesse Woodrow Castelloe Papers (Manuscript Collection #846)

Papers (ca. 1878-1980) including manuscripts, notes, ledgers, clippings, photographs, printed forms and published works, pertaining to the life of Bertie County, N.C., native Rev. Jesse W. Castelloe and his family.

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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 ...

10.
House Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #26)

Papers (1776-1860) including deeds, and a promissory note concerning Halifax County (N.C.) property.

11.
Henry C. Ferrell, Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #1125)

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Meyer-Martin Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #336)

Papers (1802-1910) consisting of correspondence, deeds, tax records, legal documents, financial records, and church records.

13.
Conoho Primitive Baptist Church Records (Manuscript Collection #1223)

Two minute books (September 1874-January 1949) for the Conoho Primitive Baptist Church that was located near Oak City, Martin County, North Carolina. The church was founded in 1794 by former members of Flat Swamp Church. The church building was torn down ca. 1970, leaving a cemetery still in existence.

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Sallie Phillips Smith Oral History Interview (Oral History Collection #OH0011)

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Mary Earle Stallings Collection (Manuscript Collection #935)

Collection of genealogical information, a photographic print and postcard from the Peter Richard Rives, Frederick Lawrence Wiggins, and John Lawrence Wiggins family Bibles pertaining to the Rives, Wiggins, and related families of Edgecombe County, Halifax County, Martin County, Pitt County, North Carolina.