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Imperial Tobacco Company, Rocky Mount Branch, Records (Manuscript Collection #808)

Records (1891-1908), including: Box 1 a) Cash Book, Aug. 1891-July 1894; b) Journal #2, Aug. 1894-Aug. 1902. 222 pages used out of 222; c) Cash Book, Aug. 1895-Dec. 1896; Box 2: a) Account Book, Sept. 1897-Aug. 1898. 66 pages used out of 184; b) Journal, Aug. 1899-Sept. 1903. 126 pages used out of 296; Box 3: a) Journal A., May 1902-Jan. 1908. 222 pages used out of 500.

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Export Leaf Tobacco Company Records (Manuscript Collection #254)

Papers (1912-1940) including correspondence, financial records, shipping records, redrying accounts, etc.

3.
Clark-Tripp Papers (Manuscript Collection #231)

Papers (1947-1954), consisting of correspondence, speeches, campaign literature, and miscellaneous.

4.
Imperial Tobacco Company Records (Manuscript Collection #260)

Record (1902-1967) consisting of correspondence, tobacco records, financial and business papers, ledger, etc.

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Thomas A. Person Papers (Manuscript Collection #303)

Papers (1924/1978, undated) of a prominent Greenville, NC tobacconist, including correspondence, financial papers, programs, certificates, a bond, debt, letters, annual statements, etc.

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Lewis G. Cooper Papers (Manuscript Collection #304)

Papers (1922-1950) of a Greenville, NC attorney consisting of correspondence, legal records, ledger, railroad company, legal services, brochure, political speech.

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J. Con Lanier Papers (Manuscript Collection #229)

Papers (1927-1960) consisting of correspondence, clippings, and articles.

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James K. Cox Collection (Manuscript Collection #1110)

Photographic prints (circa 1908, circa1940) of Greenville, North Carolina scenes, including a portrait of the Farmers Consolidated Tobacco Company members, a view of the downtown fire station interior, and eleven images of a flooded area on North Greene Street near Dal Cox’s Esso filling station. Black & white. Various sizes.

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David A. Norris Collection (Manuscript Collection #687)

Collection (1901-1923) including post cards, tobacco flyer, contract, and miscellaneous.

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Tapp-Jenkins Papers (Manuscript Collection #312)

Papers (1895-1956) of the Tapp-Jenkins Tobacco Warehouse, consisting of correspondence, bills, receipts, tobacco invoices, tobacco shipping papers, tobacco warehouse records, ledgers, pamphlets, publications, newspaper articles, political files and miscellaneous.

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Richard C. Stokes Papers (Manuscript Collection #402)

Papers (1837, 1853-1946, 1962) consisting of correspondence, legal records, financial records, business memos, receipts, reports, photographs, clippings and miscellaneous.

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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 E. Elmore Collection (Manuscript Collection #39)

Collection (1821-1938) including correspondence, land records, legal papers, receipts, accounts, etc., relating to genealogy of the Whitfield, Croom families; Civil War blockade runner Appleton Oaksmith.

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Moore Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #275)

Papers (1870-1950, undated) of clerk of Pitt County Superior Court and his sons, consisting of correspondence, land records, legal records, pamphlets, reports, essay, poems, receipts, speeches, ledger books, and miscellaneous.

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Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Kammerer, Sr., Collection (Manuscript Collection #318)

Correspondence, photographs, postcards and printed material documenting North Carolina history. Locations include Fayetteville, Elizabeth City, High Point, Wilmington, Atlantic Beach, Morehead City, Belhaven, Edenton, Pitt County, Camp Lejeune, Reidsville, Rocky Mount, St. Pauls Washington and New Bern. Subjects include the Askew Family of Hertford County, Greensboro College, Fayetteville flood of 1908, the Confederate Ram Albemarle and...