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Meeks-Randolph-Whitfield Papers (Manuscript Collection #395)

Papers (1768-1909) including deeds, a land survey, a petition, correspondence, legal documents, mortgages, seizure of property, bond issue, debts, and taxes concerning the Meeks, Randolph, and Whitfield families of Pitt County, North Carolina.

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Whitfield--Worley Family Bible Records (Miscellaneous Genealogy #MG0066)

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Noble Family Bible Records (Miscellaneous Genealogy #MG0046)

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Lewis Jones Family Bible Records (Miscellaneous Genealogy #MG0035)

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Smith-Grady Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #94)

Papers (1817-1902) consisting of deeds, receipts, clipping, account book, dauguerreotype, transfer of land, photographs. 10 items.

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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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J. Winder Hughes Collection (Manuscript Collection #138)

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

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Grady Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #898)

Papers (ca. 1793-2002, undated) of the history of the Grady family, of Duplin County, North Carolina including correspondence, legal papers, financial documents, clippings, and photographs relating to various members of the Grady family; also including biographical information on John Grady, who fought in the American Revolution and who is known as the first North Carolinian to die in the war; Benjamin Franklin Grady who fought in the C...

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Davenport Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #1079)

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Jean McIver Lane Fonville Collection (Manuscript Collection #257)

Collection (1760-1940) including land grants, deeds, bill of sale of slaves, correspondence, Civil War documents, and an account book, pertaining to the land holdings and genealogy of the McIver, McLeod, Lane, Crawford, Mumford, and Faison families of Moore, Chatham and Columbus counties, North Carolina.

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Paul V. Randolph Papers (Manuscript Collection #680)

Papers (1819-1820, 1887-1907, 1950) including correspondence, travel journal, grade sheets, picture post cards, tobacco receipts, school attendance book, autograph book and miscellaneous related to the Randolph family in Halifax County, N.C. The travel journal (1819-1820) documents a journey by foot from Norfolk, Va., to Alabama. Ledger books (1912-1930) document accounts for the Randolph Store Co. in Enfield, N.C. .

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John Franklin Wooten Papers (Manuscript Collection #789)

Papers (1843-1942; bulk 1843-1891) of Kinston, NC, attorney John Franklin Wooten and members of the Wooten, Harper and Moseley families of Lenoir Co., NC, and the Christian family of Virginia including correspondence, deeds, plats, financial records and miscellany.

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William Blount Rodman Papers (Manuscript Collection #329)

Papers (1767-1976) of three generations of Beaufort County, NC, lawyers named William B. Rodman, including correspondence, letterpress books, speeches, financial records, legal files, farm records, clippings, printed material, newspapers, photographs, genealogical material and miscellaneous. Originally from New York, the Rodmans married into the prominent Blount family in Beaufort County, NC. The Rodmans also held local and state govern...

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Georgia Pearsall Hearne Papers (Manuscript Collection #430)

Papers (1865-2008, bulk 1919-1977) including correspondence, daybooks, photographs, clippings, programs, artwork and genealogical material concerning Georgia Pearsall Hearne, an artist and teacher whose portraits of prominent North Carolinians earned her state-wide recognition.

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Littleton College Memorial Association Papers (Manuscript Collection #114)

Papers (1873, 1892-2009, undated) concerning Littleton Female College (later called Littleton College) in Warren County, N.C., and its alumnae include correspondence, programs, college history, alumnae lists, clippings, pamphlets and speeches, etc. The college opened in 1882 and closed after a disastrous fire in 1919. The Littleton College Memorial Association was founded in 1926.