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1.
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.

2.
Carpenter-Gay-Hamner Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #490)

Papers (1834-2006) including correspondence, land records, Bible records, genealogy notes, cemetery stone listings, and miscellaneous related to the Carpenter, Gay, and Hamner families of Albemarle County, Virginia.

3.
Cutchin Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #476)

Collection [1869] including correspondence, photocopies of genealogical notes, deeds, Bible records, a newspaper clipping, booklet pertaining to Cutchin family history.

4.
Repiton-Lamb Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #179)

Papers (1869, 1908, 1736, 1933-1956) consisting of correspondence, legal records, genealogical records, pamphlets, clippings, photographs and miscellaneous.

5.
J. Winder Hughes Collection (Manuscript Collection #138)

Collection (undated) consisting copies, biographical and genealogical material.

6.
John Luke Porter Papers (Manuscript Collection #850)

John L. Porter's notebook (Pensacola, FL 1860), blueprint, photocopies of blueprints, newspaper clippings and photographic print, relating to U.S. Navy ship construction and C.S. ship construction, including drawings of C.S.S. Virginia (U.S.S. Merrimac) and other ships; Porter family genealogy, ca. 1860-1936. 0.25 cf. Note: See attached list for inventory of collection.

7.
Amis-Clark-Puryear Papers (Manuscript Collection #474)

Papers (1760-1849, undated) including correspondence, estates papers, receipts, promissory notes, land records and miscellaneous materials.

8.
Kemp P. and Lottie Sharp Lewis Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #399)

Papers (1795, 1827, 1856-1956) including correspondence, financial papers, copies, genealogical notes, a will salutatory address, brief essay, Civil War events, etc.

9.
James Byron Hilliard Collection (Manuscript Collection #182)

Collection (1760-1965) consisting of financial and legal documents, correspondence, genealogical material, a scrapbook, newspapers clippings, photographs, reports.

10.
Batts Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #225)

Papers (1736-1971, undated) consisting of copies and originals, correspondence, genealogical information and miscellaneous. 112 items. Recd. 4/12/1973, 10/1/1985, and 4/24/1991

11.
Bushall Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #450)

Papers (1848-1970) including correspondence, account book, diary fragments, bylaws, genealogical notes, letters, and miscellany.

12.
Catherine Blanche McCallum Collection (Manuscript Collection #576)

Collection (1816-1941) of Robeson County, NC farming and school teaching family, including correspondence relating to the Civil War service of several family members in the 24th Regiment of NC Troops (Ransom's Brigade), Fort Caswell, 40th Regiment of NC Troops, poems, financial records, wills, certificates, a photograph, a survey, miscellany, and clippings.

13.
S. R. Fowle & Son Company Records (Manuscript Collection #460)

Records (1783-1956) including correspondence, ledgers, financial records, legal records, clippings, photographs, publications.

14.
Lawrence A. Watts, Jr. Collection (Manuscript Collection #1077)

This collection contains photographs of descendants of Willie Brown (1799-1867) and Nancy Moye Brown of Greenville and Pitt County, North Carolina, especially through the line of their son Dr. William Moye Benjamin Brown (1823-1903) and his wife Jane Marie Greene. Also included are photographs of members of the Waldrop, Moore, Morrill/Morrell, Ernul, Cherry and Watts families related through the spouses of the children of Dr. William Mo...

15.
Capt. J. S. Claypoole, Jr., Collection (Manuscript Collection #837)

Genealogical research notes (undated, 1896-1980) bible notes, bible information, correspondence, court records and reports, compiled by Elizabeth Moore, Frances Brian Broadfoot, Miss Margaret S. Broadfoot, Frances B. Claypoole, and Frances Bryan Broadfoot Claypoole.