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Bank of Hobbsville Records (Manuscript Collection #527)

Records (1910-1856) including correspondence, financial records, minutes, legal papers, estate records, World War I and II, pamphlets, and miscellaneous.

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James G. Raby Papers (Manuscript Collection #317)

Papers (1918-1919) of prominent physician in Leggett, NC, who served as a 2nd Lieutenant during World War I, consisting of correspondence, photographs, automobile prices, availability of prices, letters.

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Hughes-Grimsley Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #546)

Papers (1775-1949) including correspondence, deeds, financial accounts, photographs, and miscellaneous.

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Edgar Quackenbush Papers (Manuscript Collection #630)

Papers (1896-1917) including letters and reminiscences, biographical clipping, comments on World War I, daily weather conditions, postal services between US and China.

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Aggie Hodge Sanders Papers (Manuscript Collection #314)

Papers (1902-1934) consisting of correspondence with a friend, Miss Georgie A. Grant, a teacher in Bloemfontein, South Africa during and after the Boer War; the correspondence continued when Miss Grant (now Mrs. Georgie A, Lamptough) moved to England in 1913, and includes commentary on World War I; photographs, a contract, teaching certificates, pension certificate.

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

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