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Advertising Collection ( #LL02-12)

Advertisements for medicine, likely from between 1870 and 1910. The advertisements include patent medicine trade cards and blotter paper advertisements. “Patent medicines” were often promoted as “cure-alls” for many parts of the body and their ingredient list (if any) was often inaccurate.

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Comfort Magazine ( #CD01-82)

Eight pages from July 1903 edition of "Comfort". Includes cover, editor’s talk, advertisements for Sears, Roebuck & Company, various patent medicines, and part of “photography for the beginner” article.

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Alice Morgan Person Collection (Manuscript Collection #1116)

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McCall-Wade Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #181)

Papers (1860-1870s, undated) consisting of memoir, comments, physical plan, scrapbook, advertisements, newspapers clippings.

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Little-Greenawalt Collection (Manuscript Collection #372)

The bulk of the collection (1841-1979) contains genealogical information about the Hollinger, Greenawalt, Little, and Iseminger families of Maryland and Pennsylvania. Other items include a journal (1855-1959) kept by three generations of the Little family, two very descriptive large paper broadsides announcing public sales of estates in Lemaster, Franklin Co., Pennsylvania (1907), and Upton, Pennsylvania (1904), World War I military Sel...

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Ange Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #205)

Papers (1829-1895) consisting correspondence, legal papers, promissory notes, financial records, loyalty oath, receipts for state and local tax.

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F. L. Bond Papers (Manuscript Collection #296)

Papers (1851-1864) of Tarboro, NC furniture manufacturer and dealer, consisting of diary, scrapbook, list of vessels, Civil War events, addresses, prices, clippings.

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Spruill Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #337)

Papers (1849-1903) consisting of copies, originals, correspondence, financial records, farm journals, educational accounts, poetry, lists of text books and curricula.

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Francis W. Hughes Papers (Manuscript Collection #649)

Papers (1858-1910) including correspondence, financial materials, common medical procedures, payments, tax listings, correspondence from insurance companies, patient entries, etc.

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Roach Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #346)

Papers (1728-1901) including correspondence, inventories, wills, estates, land records, legal records, slave deeds, financial records, tax receipts, poems, cipher book, account book, and miscellaneous.

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Elizabeth Rudder Fearrington Croom Collection (Manuscript Collection #58)

Collection (1755-1968, undated) including correspondence, deeds, speeches, petitions, receipts and financial papers, legal and estate papers, etc. relating to the Croom and connected families. Rec'd. 1968/7/18; 1968/12/4

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William Ernest Evans Papers (Manuscript Collection #375)

Papers (1791, 1846-1941) including correspondence, diaries, visitation books, account books, memoranda books, financial papers, minute books, photographs, land records and miscellaneous.

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Richard Dillard Papers (Manuscript Collection #599)

Papers (1772, 1816-1927) including correspondence, legal papers, deeds and estate papers, financial papers, speeches, stories and poems, clippings, photographs, ledgers, medical bills, services rendered, charges and payments, etc.

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E. Frank Stephenson Jr. Collection (Manuscript Collection #692)

Papers (1736–2010) including correspondence, financial documents, legal documents, personal and family materials, printed materials, and photographic materials collected by E. Frank Stephenson Jr. relating to the Benjamin B. Winborne Family, the R. J. Gatling Family, E. Frank Stephenson Jr., and other people in North Carolina and Virginia, especially the Murfreesboro, North Carolina, area. The documents were collected by E. Frank Stephe...

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Francis M. Manning Collection (Manuscript Collection #488)

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