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9 results for Yellow fever—North Carolina—Wilmington
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John C. Fennell Papers (Manuscript Collection #247)

Papers (1790, 1837-1864) consisting of correspondence, financial papers, poem, letters, fever epidemic, harassment.

2.
Johnny Craig Young Collection (Manuscript Collection #419)

Collection (1862-1865) including correspondence, military orders, loyalty oaths, an invoice, a voucher, and a medical certificate.

3.
F. L. Bond Papers (Manuscript Collection #296)

Papers (1851-1864) of Tarboro, NC furniture manufacturer and dealer, consisting of diary, scrapbook, list of vessels, Civil War events, addresses, prices, clippings.

4.
Nicholas W. Schenck Journal (Manuscript Collection #342)

Journal (1905-1906) consisting of reminiscences, historical, genealogical notations, insurance, autobiographical sketch, textbooks, journal entries of salaries, etc.

5.
Rev. John C. Wooten Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #1036)

Papers (1865-1957) of Rev. John C. Wooten including correspondence, clippings, photographs, postcards, printed materials, and ephemera dealing with the American Civil War, telegraph operations, missionary experiences in Japan, Korea, and China, twentieth-century family life, and other topics.

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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.

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Frank C. Salisbury Collection (Manuscript Collection #99)

Collection (1800-1964) consisting correspondence of Historical society, letters, "dull" times, "Suggestions to Masters of Ships," photographs, newspapers, guide books, clippings.

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Tabitha Marie DeVisconti Papers (Manuscript Collection #480)

Papers (1705-1983, undated) including correspondence, diaries, genealogical records, legal and financial records, club records, photographs, clippings, surveys, and miscellaneous.

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William Henry von Eberstein Papers (Manuscript Collection #148)

Papers (1851-1887) consisting of a memoir, correspondence, legal papers, transcripts, military documents, genealogical materials, and photographic scans pertaining to William Henry von Eberstein (1821- ca. 1890). Descending from German and English aristocracy, he was born in St. Servan, France, and also lived on the Isle of Guernsey before becoming a mariner at age 13. A mariner, soldier, and farmer, von Eberstein moved to Chocowinity, ...