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1.
Eric G. Flannagan & Sons Records (Manuscript Collection #1148)

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Todd L. Savitt Papers ( #LL02-35)

Papers of medical historian Todd L. Savitt include articles, lists, and annual reports.

3.
New Bern Historical Society Collection (Manuscript Collection #283)

Collection (1858-1901) consisting of the Civil War diary of Charles A. Tournier, 1864-1865; Craven Common Schools report, 1858; pamphlets of advertisements, 1880s; Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad leaflet, 1901.

4.
John A. Lang, Jr., Papers (Manuscript Collection #271)

Papers (1890-1974) consisting of correspondence, reports, pamphlets, speeches, conference records, minutes, publications, newspapers, agenda, photographs, tapes and miscellaneous.

5.
Zora Ashley Hardee Papers (Manuscript Collection #919)

6.
Kramer Family Manuscript (Manuscript Collection #347)

Manuscript (1871-1961) including photographs, map, statements, records, lumber business.

7.
Frank M. Wooten Jr. Papers (Manuscript Collection #126)

Papers (1902-1980s, undated) of Greenville, NC, lawyer and member (1956-1961) of the N.C. House of Representatives and Greenville Mayor (1969-1971) Frank Marion Wooten, Jr. (1916-1992) consisting of correspondence, pamphlets, proposed bills, reports, petitions, resolutions, bulletins, periodicals, printed bills, and photographs. Crime and punishment-related topics, and tax issues are major topics covered.

8.
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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Grimes-Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #16)

Papers (1780-1969; bulk 1808-1924) including correspondence, land records, legal papers, financial papers, ledgers, etc., of two prominent Eastern North Carolina families--Grimes and Bryan--related through marriage. Other material concerns the Wharton and Conrad families of Clemmonsville, North Carolina, in Davidson County, who are also related by marriage to the Grimes family.

10.
James Yadkin Joyner Papers (Manuscript Collection #345)

Papers (1820-1954, undated) consisting of correspondence, speeches, essays, financial records, pamphlets, clippings, photographs, memoranda books, legal papers and deeds, post cards, and miscellany.

11.
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.

12.
Joseph F. & Lala Carr Steelman Papers (Manuscript Collection #924)

Collection (1802-2008) of two East Carolina University history professors, includes their academic works, historical reviews, correspondence with various organizations of educational, historical, political, and philanthropic persuasions. Also includes family files on Steelman and Edmisten families, plus large collection of familial correspondence.

13.
Belvidere Academy Papers (Manuscript Collection #4)

Papers (1856-1967) pertaining to Belvidere Academy, including histories, school records, pamphlets, and a biography of May Jordan White, a teacher and principal at the Perquimans County, North Carolina Quaker school for fifteen years; also documenting the history of the Quaker community in Perquimans County.

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J. Bryan Grimes Papers (Manuscript Collection #54)

Papers (1760 [1880] - 1935) including correspondence, financial papers, account books, daybooks, essays, speeches, legal records, land records, notebooks, etc. of Eastern North Carolina farmer, leader of the NC Tobacco Growers Association, and NC Secretary of State (1901-1923), etc.

15.
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.