Joseph F. & Lala Carr Steelman Papers, 1802-2008

Manuscript Collection #924

  • Descriptive Summary
     
    Title: Joseph F. & Lala Carr Steelman Papers
    Creator: Steelman, Joseph F.
    Steelman, Lala Carr
    Repository: ECU Manuscript Collection
    Language: English
    Abstract: Collection (1802-2008) of two East Carolina University history professors, includes their academic works, historical reviews, correspondence with various organizations of educational, historical, political, and philanthropic persuasions. Also includes family files on Steelman and Edmisten families, plus large collection of familial correspondence.
    Extent: 13.5 Cubic feet, 35 archival boxes and 3 oversize folders, consisting of correspondence, postcards, resumes, professional files, awards, travel material, publications, book reviews, reports, and clippings
  • Description
     

    This third addition (encompassing boxes 23 through 35 and oversize folder os3) is predominately the correspondence of Dr. Joseph Flake Steelman from 1939 to 2001, but also includes some genealogical information on the Edmisten and McNeil families consisting of birth and marriage records from 1809 to 1920. The academic, employment and financial records of Drs. Joseph Flake and Lala Carr Steelman from 1930-2001 are also included in the series titled Steelman Family Records. The Drs. Steelman were also great travelers and theatre goers, and their itineraries, programs, and other ephemera are also included in the series Ephemera. Within this series are many reproductions of British and German land and cityscapes from the 1930’s. Several of the prints were removed from guidebooks that Dr. Joseph Steelman came upon during his army service in Germany during World War II. They also include handwritten notes by Dr. Joseph Steelman describing the destruction of many landmarks pictured.

    Dr. Joseph Flake Steelman was a long-time tenured faculty member of the History Department at East Carolina University. His research on western North Carolina railroad creation and expansion in the first quarter of the twentieth century is included in the series titled Academic Research Projects.

    The final two series consist of correspondence. The first, Dr. Joseph Steelman’s WWII correspondence, is further divided by author and recipient. The second series of correspondence is divided into subseries by decade, and includes letters for both Drs. Steelman. A prolific writer of letters, Dr. Steelman’s prodigious collection of his correspondence covers a wealth of topics. Most noteworthy are his letters from 1943 to 1946, when he was enlisted in the United States Army. Recruited out of college at UNC-Chapel Hill, the not-yet Dr. Steelman, was sent to bootcamp for six weeks in the summer of 1943 at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Upon the completion of bootcamp, Steelman was posted to Kessler Field in Biloxi, Mississippi, with the US Army Specialized Training Program and promoted to Private First Class. By October of 1943, he was enrolled in classes at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) in Oxford, Mississippi, and then to Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, from December 1943 to September 1944. Already considered fluent in French, Steelman was undergoing language immersion in Finnish and German. In late September of 1944, Steelman was posted back to a military base in preparation for overseas deployment. In January of 1945 he left Fort Benning, Georgia, attached to the 271st Engineer Combat Battalion, to join his fellow servicemen in France. In a letter to his brother, Britt, Steelman gave a code that he would use to tell his family his location when it was impossible to outright state his location due to censorship. Unfortunately, only one letter to his parents in January of 1945 contains the code.

    As a trained historian, Steelman was acutely aware of his living in the midst of history, and as such he took great pains to be a recorded witness. He documents his surroundings, impressions, and anecdotal stories, often by writing multiple letters a day. Though Steelman was attached to both the Third and Seventh Armies who were blitzing through the Nazi defenses in France, Germany, and Austria during the last months of the war, he was not a member of the infantry and in his own words “did not fire his gun once” (May 9, 1945), however he does offer accounts of several skirmishes he witnessed. In letters to his brother Britt on April 28, 1945, he gives an account of Nazi regular troops trying to surrender to the Allies but being gunned down by the Schutzstaffel (SS).

    On May 8, 1945, what remained of the Axis powers surrendered. Deep in Austria, Steelman recounts how this news was delivered to them by Soviet troops who had approached from the east. Of interest is how his recollection of these events change, in his original letters to his parents and brothers he speaks of how young the Soviets seemed in comparison to the American troops. In regards to the Soviets, however when reminiscing in a letter to his daughter, Lala in 1995, after living through the Cold War, he recalls them as harsh and brutish.

    Steelman was now a member of an occupying army. He takes great pains to describe the attitudes of not only his fellow servicemen, but Germans, and refugees as well. In a letter to his parents in August 5, 1945 he compares Germany to the post-1865 South with the general sense of ‘helplessness’. Steelman uses refugees and displaced persons as interchangeable terms and as references to both Germans fleeing the encroaching the Soviet Army, the Eastern Europeans displaced by the Germans, and the Jewish populations liberated from the concentration camps. (April 5, 1945)

    His letters are littered with references to the attitudes of the American troops, the general concerns of the men, and their living conditions. Of special note, while in Kremsmünster, Germany, he mentions an army unit of “curators of art” who were tasked with “preserving the treasures of Europe.” He explains that they met them because the soldiers were billeted in a medieval Benedictine Monastery that was filled with priceless treasures. (June 1, 1945)

    Until the Japanese surrender in August, Steelman reports all the rumors he has heard, probably because his younger brother Hoke is being sent to the Pacific Theatre. On July 30, 1945, he knows that something is being planned to force the Japanese into unconditional surrender. The following week he reports rumors of a proposed ‘final blow’ to Japan. (August 6, 1945) After the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Steelman gave his reactions as “like walking out on a mountain and seeing new horizons” in a letter to his parents dated August 8, 1945.

    After the Japanese surrender, Steelman began to focus on what to do when he returned home. Taking his Uncle Elisha’s advice he took advantage of military programs for education and spent some time in Liverpool, England. While on leave, he took jaunts to Edinburgh, Paris, Rome, and Switzerland. He would finally be honorably discharged from the United States Army and return home in February of 1946.

    Steelman’s letters to his brother Hoke, who was a non-flier in the Army Air Force, are just as informative as the letters to his parents, but in a more relaxed tone. He gives his brother practical advice on what extras to pack for deployment. (March 20, 1945) Though Hoke Steelman would not see active combat as Japan surrendered while he was en route to the Pacific Theatre, Joseph Steelman who was already a member of an occupying force in Europe, gave the sage advice that the most dangerous thing in an occupation was the trigger happy new recruits. (April 5, 1945) In the more relaxed tone between the brothers, Joseph’s description of VE and VJ celebrations in Europe are elaborated on a bit more fully, as well as the rampant fraternization that the soldiers all took part in even though it was forbidden. (May 1945)

    Hoke’s letters to Joe are not as numerous, but his reactions to VJ Day aboard a transport ship and the general impressions of Leyte, Philippines and Sapporo, Japan, are well documented. By November of 1945, Hoke was working as the Chief Clerk of the Judge Advocate General Department with the 77th Infantry Division.

    Aside from letters to and from his family, Steelman also received a great deal of post from friends both civilian and military. Letters from fellow service men out of Indiana University, John Taylor and Ken Ahola, who were posted to China with the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), are particularly informative on the oft overlooked Chinese element in World War II. Taylor, in Kunming, China, elaborates on the situation in the interior including Nationalist fighting and localized skirmishes. He also gives a descriptive account of the Chinese celebration of VJ Day (1945). Ahola gives an in-depth account of the mobilization/demobilization of US troops to and from China via India, as well as his impressions of Shanghai. He describes the ‘depravity’ of the city and the soldiers, the massive shortages, and the extensive and dangerous black-market.

    Returning to the United States, Steelman stayed in contact with his Welsh friend, Elisabeth ‘Beti’ Griffiths, whose accounts of daily life in post-war England illustrate how disastrous the war and the end of the Lend-Lease Agreement had been to Great Britain.

    By August 1947, Steelman had married Lala Carr when they were both attending university to finish their doctorates in history. Steelman attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Lala attended Georgia College in Milledgeville, Georgia. Their separation witnessed a great surge in letter writing. While most of the correspondence falls into the territory of love letters, in 1948 they discuss the recent outbreak of polio in the United States, and the concerns and precaution that medical institutions distributed.

    After 1946, the collection’s correspondence is organized by year. The Drs. Steelman were both very political and were registered members of the Democratic Party. Election years contain his letters giving his opinions on the candidates, as well as the popular issues of the time. The breaking of the Watergate scandal and the successive congressional hearings were followed closely and commented on. He went to many Democratic conventions and attended several inaugurations as well. In a 1992 letter to his daughter, Lala, he relays his meeting with and subsequent conversation with Hilary Rodham Clinton, while at a political rally for the Clinton/Gore ticket. The Lewinsky Scandal of 1998 is not mentioned in much detail by Steelman, as his wife, Lala, passed away suddenly that May.

    The oversized folder contains several maps of German towns, including one of Höchstädt, Germany, that Steelman annotated and has a letter dated July 14, 1945 on the reverse.

  • Biographical / Historical Note
     

    Dr. Joseph Flake Steelman was a longtime faculty member of the History Department at East Carolina University where he was instrumental in creating the Master’s Degree Program in History and the East Carolina Manuscript Collection. Born in Moravian Falls, North Carolina, to Joseph Sankey Steelman (1887-1983) and Gertrude née Edmisten (1982-1965), he was the eldest of three, his two brothers being Hoke Hayes Steelman and John Britt Steelman. His father was a farmer and his mother a schoolteacher. He completed his undergraduate education in history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1943. He then was recruited into the United States Army Specialized Training Program for foreign language skills. After his honorable discharge from the US Army in 1946, Steelman returned to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to complete a doctorate in history. He then went on to teach at Cortland State College, now SUNY at Cortland, in New York. In 1959, he came to what was then East Carolina College as a professor of history; he retired in 1985 as Professor Emeritus of History. Dr. Joseph Steelman passed away on January 21, 2015 at the age of 92.

    Dr. Lala Carr Steelman was born in 1926 in Milledgeville, Georgia, to Iverson Curry Carr and Ruth A. Hardie Carr. She attended Georgia State College for Women (now Georgia College) and received her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in history for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In 1955 she became an assistant professor of history at East Carolina College (now East Carolina University) where she taught for the next thirty years before retiring as a Professor Emeritus of History. After a short illness, Dr. Lala Carr Steelman passed away on May 13, 1998.

    Joseph Flake Steelman married Lala Carr on August 30, 1947. They had two children, both named for their parents. A daughter, Lala Carr Steelman II, and a son Joseph Flake Steelman Jr. known as Joey. Joey was killed in an electrical accident in New Bern, North Carolina, in 1969.

  • Administrative Information
     
    Accessions Information

    June 19, 2003 (unprocessed) ca. 21,000 items, 7.0 cubic feet; Collection (1939-2002) of letters, writings, reviews and other documents compiled by two East Carolina University history professors relating to their professional lives. Donor: Joseph F. Steelman

    March 13, 2006 (unprocessed addition 1) 118 items, 0.25 cubic feet; Correspondence, manuscripts, etc. (1948-1993) compiled by two East Carolina University history professors relating to their family and friends, travels, and professional activities. Donor: Joseph F. Steelman

    July 13, 2009 (unprocessed addition 2) 658 items, 1.0 cubic feet; Papers (1989, 2002-2008) of Dr. Joseph E. Steelman, including correspondence with various organizations in which he was a member or contributor to including arts, educational, historical, and political organization; his historical writings; also a list of the organizations with whom he corresponded. See preliminary inventory attached. Donor: Joseph F. Steelman

    June 3, 2014 (processed addition 3) 6.0 cubic feet; Family files (1802-2001) related to the family of Drs. Joseph and Lala Steelman and their ancestors plus resumes, professional files, correspondence, awards, and travel material. Donor: Joseph F. Steelman

    Acquisition Information

    Gift of Joseph F. Steelman

    Access Restrictions

    No restrictions

    Copyright Notice

    Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.

    Preferred Citation

    Joseph F. & Lala Carr Steelman Papers (#924), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

    Processing Information

    Encoded by Mark Custer, January 4, 2008

    Partial processing completed by Samantha Sheffield, April 15, 2016


Preliminary Inventory

Below is material taken from a preliminary inventory and represents content from the collection that is unprocessed.

  • Original Donation and Addition #1
     

    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes
       
      Phi Beta Kappa Invitation and correspondence with Thomas J. Wilson Jr. (1942); Correspondence, including Arthur Link, Allen Going, Jimmy Ferguson, and Fletcher Green (1942-1944). 19 items. 29 p.
      A Study of English Literature on Finland by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1944); UNC Chapel Hill 150th University Day Brochure (1943); Newspaper clippings concerning funds for schools (1943); The Albert J. Beveridge Memorial Fellowship of the American Historical Association announcement and application form (1946); Correspondence, including Arthur Link, Fletcher Green, and Jimmy Ferguson (1941-1949). 43 items. 77p.
      A Study of English Literature on Finland by Joseph F. Steelman [2 copies] (ca 1944); Correspondence, including Arthur Link and W.H. Plemmons, featuring several V-Mail letters (1945); Oversized newspaper Paivalehti (8-2-1944) removed. 30 items. 66 p.
      New York Times review of Wilson: The Road To The White House by Arthur Link (1947); Notification of admitance for Doctor of Philosophy for Lala Carr Steelman from UNC Chapel Hill (1947); Teaching Fellow in American History acceptance notification for Joseph F. Steelman [includes regulations] (1948); Correspondence, including Arthur Link (1947-1948). 32 items. 41 p.
      Qualifications for Ph.D. degree in History for Joseph F. Steelman and Lala Carr Steelman (1950); Correspondence, including Arthur Link, NC Repesentative Charles B. Deane, (1949-1950). 47 items. 53 p.
      Correspondence concerning Lala Carr Steelman's biography of Senator A.O.Bacon of Georgia, including A.O.B. Sparks, Spencer B. King, Jr. (1961-1963). 21 items. 24 p.
      Correspondence with the Library of Congress pertaining to presidential paper requests (1949-1960); The Library of Congress Photoduplication Service rates and conditions (1965). 7 items. 7 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina invitation for Joseph F. Steelman to read on the immigration into NC after the Civil War (1951); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1952); Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas Employee Affidavit (1952); Correspondence and telegrams, including A.O.B. Sparks, D.L. Corbitt, and Dewey Grantham (1951-1952). 59 items. 81 p.
      UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter [2 copies] (1953); UNC Chapel Hill notification of admittance to Joseph F. Steelman for the degree of Master of Arts (1947); State University of New York Dept of Social Studies newsletter (1954); Correspondence and telegrams, including Jimmy Ferguson, Fletcher Green, D.L. Corbitt, and Dewey Grantham (1951-1954). 69 items. 110 p.
      Greenville Reflector article The Cokers of Carolina. A Social Biography of a Family by George Lee Simpson Jr., comments by Dr. Joseph F. Steelman (1957); Charles Evans Hughes and American Democratic Statesmanship by Dexter Perkins, review by Joseph F. Steelman for NC Historical Review (ca 1957); Teaching with the American Dependent Schools Overseas Preliminary Information by Department of the Army Office of Civilian Personnel (1955-1956); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1954); Correspondence and telegrams, including Fletcher Green and Dewey Grantham (1953-1954). 50 items. 65 p.
      Correspondence pertaining to employment opportunities (1951-1952). 11 items. 13 p.
      American Council on Education newsletter Higher Education and National Affairs Vol. IV, Number 22 (1955); ECC announcement for speech by Joseph F. Steelman on Justice Walter Clark of North Carolina at 21st Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association (1955); The American Association of University Women information and invitation for Lala Carr Steelman (1955); ECC notification to Joseph F. Steelman appointing him a position on the Encouragement of Faculty Research committee of the A.A.U.P. (1955); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter [3 copies] (1955); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green, Dewey Grantham, and Betty Rankin (1955). 93 items. 112 p.
      Walter Clark: Progress and Divine Discontent by Joseph F. Steelman delivered to Southern Historical Association (1955); Journal of Joseph F. Steelman from January 1, 1957 to January 9, 1957 (1957). 4 items. 18 p.
      Article pertaining to low integration in schools (ca 1960); Contribution notification and postcard, signed by Terry Sanford (1960); Playbill of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream produced at ECC in honor of Dr. Leo W. Jenkins (1960); Inauguration notice of Dr. Jenkins to ECC faculty and students (1960); Article concerning Joseph F. Steelman judging entries for historical non-fiction (1960); Phi Beta Kappa newsletter The Key Reporter Vol. XXIII, No. 3 (1958); Memo to teach Freshman Survey Course History 50 on Closed Circuit Television (1958); US Senator B. Everett Jordan letter and copy of Bills S. 819, H.R. 2332, and H.R. 2437 to amend the National Defense Education Act of 1958 and related correspondence with Representative Herbert C. Bonner, Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., Secretary of Health , Education and Welfare Arthur S. Flemming, and AAUP General Secretary William P. Fidler (1959); Constitution of ECC Chaper of AAUP (1958); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Fletcher Green, Arthur Link, and NC House Representative Frank M. Wooten, Jr (1956-1960). 73 items. 96 p.
      Discipline Committee Meeting for Rosalie Shew (1957); Curriculum Committee minutes (1957-1958); Faculty Policies Committee minutes (1957); Conference Board of Associated Research Councils Fulbright Lecturing and Advanced Research Awards in History (1958-1959); Rebels and Redcoats by George F. Scheer and Hugh F. Rankin, review by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1957); Correspondence (1957). 27 items. 36 p.
      Correspondence, including Committee on Southern Fellowships Fund and the University of North Carolina Press (1957-1962). 24 items. 33 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes; Reviews
       
      Southern Historical Association 22nd Annual Meeting booklet (1956); Charles Evans Hughes and American Democratic Statesmansip by Dexter Perkins, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1956); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1956); Lincoln's Fifth Wheel: The Political History of the United States Sanitary Commission by William Quentin Maxwell, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Greenville Reflector (1956); The Cokers of Carolina. A Social Biography of a Family by George Lee Simpson Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for Greenville Reflector (1957); Correspondence and telegram, including Dewey Grantham and Fletcher Green (1954-1957). 61 items. 85 p.
      Correspondence concerning a biography of Dr. Joesph Hyde Pratt by Joseph F. Steelman (1958-1963). 34 items. 37 p.
      Who's Who in the South and Southwest notification of listing Joseph F. Steelman in the 1959 edition (1959); Minutes of the Policies Committee of ECC meeting: April, September, and October (1959); Project assessment of Joseph F. Steelman (1959); AAUP General Meeting minutes (1959); State Department of Archives and History published Carolina Comments Vol. VIII, Num. 3 (1959); ECC 50th Anniversary Pageant [program] (1958); The Ethical Emphasis of Modern Historians by Gerald W. Johnson reproduced by permission of the New York Society for Ethical Culture (1955); If This Be Treason . . . by Gerald W. Johnson from The New Republic (1959); ECC Chapter of the AAUP Annual Report 1958-1959 (1959); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham and Allen Going (1958-1959). 38 items. 66 p.
      Curriculum Committee minutes (1957); Resume for Joseph F. Steelman (1958); Article concerning Lala Carr Steelman addressing the American Associtaion of University Women on Foreign Aid as an Instrument of National Policy (can 1958); Article concerning Lala Carr Steelman addressing the End of the Century Club on current problems of the free world (ca 1958); Article concerning Joseph F. Steelman editing the papers of Robert B.n Glenn, Governor of NC from 1905-1909 (ca 1958); Constitution of the Historical Society of North Carolina (1958); Article concerning NC Historical Society meeting at ECC (1958); ECC Fifth Annual World Affairs Institute agenda [4 copies] (1958); Southern Fellowships Fund Review of Faculty Fellowships 1955-1958 (1958); ECC Entertainment Committee presents Carroll Glenn and Eugene List [playbill] (1958); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Allen Going, Fletcher Green, and Arthur Link (1957-1958). 60 items. 78 p.
      ECC Policies Committee Meeting minutes (1959); Instructing and Teaching poem by James L. Lapoe (1958); Closed Circuit Television Instruction, observation by Joseph F. Steelman (1958); Correspondence (1958-1959). 8 items. 10 p.
      Southern Fellowships Fund pamphlet (1958); Southern Historical Association 24th Annual Meeting booklet (1958); Discipline Committee Meeting minutes on hearing for Allison Richardson, Jack Calvert, Wilkie Burt, and Bill Jenkins (1959); Discipline Committee minutes regarding Jasper Hudson and James Earl Heath, Nannete Fussell and James Speight (ca 1958); Correspondence (1958); Oversized Raleigh News and Observer article on Ovid Pierce (ca 1958) removed. 17 items. 45 p.
      Greenville Reflector draft review of a contribution of studies in memory of Albert Ray Newsome by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1958); Article pertaining to lack of proper leadership with race problem in the South with consultation by Fletcher Green (ca 1958); UNC published [newsletter] The University Report (1958); ECC Policies Committee Meeting minutes, November (1958); Communism in State and School by Prof. Earl LeBaron, broadcast transcript (1958). 7 items. 12 p.
      Representative from Durham County to the NC General Assembly, Watts Hill, Jr. correspondence and explaination of lack of education funds (1959); NC General Assembly Senator John R. Jordan Jr.correspondence and copy of Bill 141 for salary increases requested by the Board of Higher Education (1959); Correspondence between Joseph F. Steelman and NC State Representatives and Senators concerning salary increases (1959); ECC Policies Commitee meeting minutes, October (1958); Correspondence (1956-1959). 55 items. 72 p.
      Disciplinary Committee meeting minutes on the case of Robert Crawford (1959); World Law - The Bridge Between the Dancer and the Dream speech by Congressman Charles O. Porter, D-Ore, printed by the Danforth Foundation Project (1959); State Department of Archives and History published Carolina Comments Vol VIII, Num 4 (1959); The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowhip Foundation information 1960-1961 (1961); Invitation to the opening of The Charles B. Aycock Birthplace (1959); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1959 - 1961). 31 items. 44 p.
      Republicanism in North Carolina: John Motley Morehead's Campaign to Revive a Moribund Party, 1908-1910 by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1960). 1 item. 30 p.
      Republicanism in North Carolina: John Motley Morehead's Campaign to Revive a Moribund Party, 1908-1910 by Joseph F. Steelman [2 copies] (ca 1960) 2 items. 44 p.
      Richmond Pearson, Roosevelt Republicans, and the Campaign of 1912 in North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1960); The "Bull Moose" Progressives of North Carolina in 1912 by David C. Roller [2 drafts] (ca 1960). 3 items. 58 p.
      History 454 "The Progressive Movement in the United States, 1890-1917" [syllabus] (ca. 1961); Department of Social Studies staff meetings & registration procedures (1961); Policies Committee Minutes (1958, 1961); ECC New Teachers, 1961-62 (1962). 13 items. 24 p.
      NC Dept. of Labor Information Officer Almon Barbour and Mrs. Faye S. Watson Correspondence concerning "Right To Work" Law and copy of Law H.R. No. 229 1947 (1961); The Mullet Road Lease by Joe Morrison (1961); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter [2 copies] (1961); Constitution for the Historical Society of North Carolina (1958); Correspondence, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr.and Governor Terry Sanford (1958-1961). 65 items. 104 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes; Submitted Works, Comments and Reviews.
       
      The Legal Profession in America: An Historical Survey [proposed 300 level course] (ca. 1961); The Mullet Road Lease by Joseph Morrison (1961); Correspondence, including Allen J. Going, US Senator B. Everett Jordan, and Robert F. Durden (1961) 64 items. 81 p.
      "Evaluation of the Joseph Morrison Manuscript on Josephus Daniels" by Joseph F. Steelman (1962). 1 item. 40p.
      "The Negro In North Carolina, 1876-1894" by Frenise A. Logan, an evaluation of the manuscript by Joseph F. Steelman (1963). 22 items. 57 p.
      Jonathan Elwood Cox and North Carolina's Gubernatorial Campaign of 1908 by Joseph F. Steelman [text, resources, and footnotes] (1963). 6 items. 46 p.
      "Progressivism and Agitation for Legal Reform in North Carolina, 1897-1917" by Joseph F. Steelman [3 copies] (1963). 3 items. 83 p.
      "The Attractions of Populism" by Walter T.K. Nugent [includes actual text and 2 copies of commentary on paper by Joseph F. Steelman] (1963); The "Cow-Bird" Grounded: The Populist Nomination of Bryan and Tom Watson in 1896 by Robert F. Durden (ca. 1963). 4 items. 77p.
      Democratic Party correspondence, including Judge L. Richardson Preyer and Walter B. Jones (1964); NC Sample Ballot for State Senator, Member of State House of Representatives, County and Greenville Township Officers (1964); Newspaper photo of Judge Richardson Preyer, NC Democratic candidate for governor with Joseph F. Steelman in background [newspaper unknown] (ca. 1964); Minutes of the Policies Committee Meetings: September, October (1964); Biography of Judge L. Richardson Preyer by People For Preyer Committee (ca. 1964); ECC News Bureau article concerning Dr. Joseph F. Steelman speaking to the American Historical Association (1963); Correspondence, including Robert F. Durden (1964); Oversized Greenville Daily Reflector page concerning History Dept. of ECC first volume of "East Carolina College Publications in History" (1964) removed. 91 items. 108 p.
      A Profile of Colonial Halifax County by Marion Parker Sykes, Jr. under the direction of Joseph F. Steelman (1964); The Light That Shines: Chapel Hill, 1912-1916 by Robert B. House, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review (1964); ECC News Bureau article [2 pages] (1964); Geenville Daily Reflector article concerning Dr. Joseph F. Steelman's work Jonathan Elwood Cox and North Carolina's Gubernatorial campaign of 1908 by Dr. Christopher Crittenden (1964); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1964); Comment on Three Papers Presented on "Progressivism in the South," at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association by Dewey Grantham (1964); An Abstract of Virginia Progressivism and the Elections of 1901 by William Larsen (1964); Abstract of Some Aspects of Business and Corporation Control in Georgia During the Progressive Era by Alton DuMar Jones (1964); Correspondence, including Allen J. Going (1964). 33 items. 99 p.
      Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1964). 20 items. 20 p.
      Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia by Ellis Merton Coulter, review by Lala Carr Steelman (1965); Evaluation of the Linder Manuscript [being a biography of William Louis Poteat, 2 versions] by Joseph F. Steelman (1965); ECC News Bureau article on the release of the second volume of ECC "Publications in History" [2 copies] (1965); Article concerning Norman Allen Tharrington becoming a candidate for the BS Degree in History under the advisement of Joseph F. Steelman [newspaper unknown] (1967); Correspondence of Dr. Joseph F. Steelman winning the R.D.W. Connor Award for "Vicissitudes of Republican Party Politics" article from Thomas C. Parramore (1967); Preachers, Pedagogues & Politicians: The Evolution Controversy in North Carolina, 1920-1927 by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for The North Carolina Historical Review (ca. 1967); Correspondence, including Arthur S. Link, Congressman Walter B. Jones (1965-1966). 47 items. 97 p.
      ECC News Bureau article pertaining to Choosing ECC History Institute Participants (1965); Who's Who of American Women notification of acceptance to Lala Carr Steelman (1965); Governor and Mrs. Terry Sanford Appreciation Dinner [program] (1964); State Dept. of Archives and History published Carolina Comments [newsletter] Vol. XIV, No. 5 (1966); Correspondence, including Senator B. Everett Jordan and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1965-1966). 54 items. 67 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes; Submitted Works, Comments and Reviews.
       
      Mississippi Valley Historical Association [booklet] containing Articles of Incorporation, present and proposed Constitutions, and By-laws of the Association (1965); ECC News Bureau article concerning ECC History Dept. publishing second "Essay" collection (1965); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1965); Geenville Daily Reflector article concerning Dr. Joseph F. Steelman's work Jonathan Elwood Cox and North Carolina's Gubernatorial campaign of 1908 by Dr. Christopher Crittenden (1964); Article [concerning promotions for 20 members of ECC faculty, newspaper unknown] (ca. 1965); ECC News Bureau article concerning 20 Faculty Promotions (1965); Critique of the David N. Thomas manuscript The Early History of the Furniture Industry in N.C. by Joseph F. Steelman (1965); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham and Arthur Link (1964-1965). 110 items. 149 p.
      "Preachers, Pedagogues & Politicians: The Evolution Controversy in North Carolina, 1920-1927" by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1966); The American Historical Association and the Organization of American Historians announce the formation of The Joint Committee for the Defense of the Rights of Historians under the First Amendment [pamphlet, 2 copies] (ca. 1966); The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in concert for The Organization of American Historians [program] (1966); The South Since Appomattox: A Century of Regional Change by Thomas D. Clark and Albert D. Kirwan, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History Vol. 33, No. 3 [tearsheet, 3 copies] (1967); Zeb Vance: Champion of Personal Freedom by Glenn Tucker, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Indiana Magazine of History [tearsheet, 2 copies] (1966); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham and Arthur Link (1966-1967). 63 items. 90 p.
      UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1966); ECC News Bureau article concerning Two Historical Articles by Dr. Joseph F. Steelman Win State Award (1966); ECC Symposium on History and the Social Studies (1965); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Arthur Link, and Senator B. Everett Jordan (1966). 96 items. 120 p.
      "Small d -- Democrat, The Life of Josephus Daniels" by Joseph L. Morrison, report on the manuscript by Joseph F. Steelman (1966); ECC News Bureau article concerning Dr. Joseph F. Steelman citing factions thwarted John Motley Morehead, 1910 (1966); Zeb Vance: Champion of Personal Freedom by Glenn Tucker, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Indiana Magazine of History [2 copies] (1966); American Association of University Professors North Carolina Conference Newsletter (1966); Article concerning Joseph F. Steelmans study of John Motley Morehead [newspaper unknown] (1966); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green, Arthur Link, and Senator B. Everett Jordan (1966); Richmond Times-Dispatch article concerning publication of Essays in Southern Biography, Vol. II by ECC Dept. of History [tearsheet and oversized] (1966) removed. 32 items. 64 p.
      Southern Historical Association Report of the Committee on Nominations (1967); Southern Historical Association Correspondence, including Fletcher Green (1966-1967); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1962). 46 items. 63 p.
      Vanderbilt University Department of History Newsletter (1967); Southern Historical Association [nomination and officer listing] (1967). 7 items. 42 p.
      Report to President Leo Jenkins on the Feasibility of Establishing a School of Basic Medical Science at East Carolina College (1966). 1 item. 32 p.
      Winston Salem Journal article concerning Joseph F. Steelman winning Historical D.W. Conner Award (1966); North Wilkesboro The Journal-Patriot article concerning Joseph F. Steelman winning Historical D.W. Conner Award (1966); ECC News Bureau article [4 pages] (1966); Biography of U.S. Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. (1967); U.S. Congressional Record concerning George Washington Good Government Award to Senator Ervin [copy] (1966); Pitt County Government published Report to Pitt County Citizens of Fiscal Year 1966-67 [pamphlet] (1967); U.S. Congressional Record concerning Perspective of Change - Commencement Address by Senator McGee [copy] (1967); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1966-1967); East Carolinian article concerning Joseph F. Steelman winning Historical D.W. Conner Award [2 copies, oversized page] (1966) removed; Asheville Citizen-Times article Studies in the History of the South 1875-1922, published by ECC Dept. of History [oversized] (1967) removed. 47 items. 64 p.
      The South Since Appomattox: A Century of Regional Change by Thomas D. Clark and Albert D. Kirwan, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History Vol. 33, No. 3 [tearsheet] (1967); T"he First Ten: The Founding Presidents and Their Administrations" by Alfred Steinberg, review by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1967); Notes on "The South Since Appomattox: A Century of Regional Change" by Thomas D. Clark and Albert D. Kirwan, by Joseph F. Steelman (1967); Comments and Criticisms by Joseph F. Steelman on a manuscript biography of Claude Kitchin [author unknown] (1967); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green, Arthur Link, and U.S. Senator B. Everett Jordan (1967). 52 items. 81 p.
      Robert Scott candidacy for NC Governor correspondence and "Scout for Scott" certificate (1968); Governor's School of NC published The Word [newsletter] Vol. IV No. 3 (1968); Governor's School of NC published The Word [newsletter] Vol. IV No. 1 (1968); The Governor's School of NC [pamphlet] (1968); Article concerning ECC faculty turn around by Phyllis Bridgeman (1968); Pat Taylor for Lt. Governor [pamphlet] (1968); J. Melville Broughton, Jr. candidacy for NC Governor correspondence and biography (1968); The Governor's School of NC concert [program] (1968); Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones and Terry Sanford (1968). 66 items. 107 p.
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      UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1966); A Brief History of the "Kinston Daily Free Press" by Charles L. Arthur, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1968); Invitation to The Inaugural Ball Honoring Governor and Mrs. Robert W. Scott (1968); Letter from President-Elect Richard M. Nixon [automated signature] (1968); This is Not a Flower or Where it's At. E.C.U. [Collection of critical essays against East Carolina University] edited by Paul Allen (1968); Read this Piece of Timely News That Was Refused by The East Carolinian by Phyllis Bridgeman (1968); Correspondenc, including Fletcher Green and Senator B. Everett Jordan (1968). 73 items. 124 p.
      Correspondence (1968). 52 items. 72 p.
      Evaluation of a Dewey Grantham essays by Joseph F. Steelman for the University of North Carolina Press (1968). 1 item. 14 p.
      NC House Bill 1395 Entitling an Act to Regulate Visiting Speakers at State Supported College and Univeristies [copy] (1963); The Progressive Democratic Convention of 1914 in North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman [2 copies] (1967); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1969). 45 items. 118 p.
      Democratic Party interest correspondence, including Senator B. Everett Jordan, Congressman Walter B. Jones, and Governor Robert Scott (1969); Letter to The Administrative Body of East Carolina University from the Black Student Body, citing complaints and demands on racial relations improvement (1969); Note on "bomb threats" from Dr. Robert L. Holt, including Title 18, section 837(d) of the Federal Code against "bomb threats" (ca. 1969); East Carolina Manuscript . . Collection . . . published by ECC [pamphlet] (ca. 1966); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Fletcher Green, and Robert F. Durden (1969). 52 items. 62 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence pertaining to the Vietnam War and Nixon Administration, including Senator B. Everett Jordan, Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1969); Congressional Record [reprints] Proceedings and Debates of Congress involving Speeches and Ideals of Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. Vols. 113-115, No. 21-159 [10 items] (1967-1969); Bill S. 782 [reprint] (1969); Letter to The Administrative Body of East Carolina University from the Black Student Body, citing complaints and demands on racial relations improvement (1969); An Explanation of Our Demands by the Black Student Body of ECC [2 copies] (1969); North Carolina Politics and the New Deal by Robert F. Durden (1970); Correspondence (1969-1970). 81 items. 152 p.
      The Future South and Higher Education by Dewey W. Grantham, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History Vol. 35, No. 2 [2 tearsheets and rough draft] (1969); Memorandum to Faculty Members summarizing the demands of Black Students [2 copies] (1969); Argument for Endowed Professorships by Joseph F. Steelman [2 copies] (1969); The Progressive Democratic Convention of 1914 in North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1969); Correspondence, including Arthur Link (1969); Elizabeth City State College Fine Arts Festival [program] including oversized Inaugural Edition of ECSC published The Compass (1969) removed. 43 items. 111 p.
      Political Correspondence concerning the Vietnam War and the Nixon Administration including statements and correspondence by Senator B. Everett Jordan, NC Congressman L. H. Fountain, Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1970-1971); Bill S. 3936 [concerning speedy trials, copy] (1970); H.Con. Res. 318 [concerning American prisoners, copy] (1971); The Murfreesboro Historical Association, Inc. Membership Campaign (1970); What the University of North Carolina Meant to Me: A Report to the Chancellors and Presidents and to the People with Whom I Have Lived and Worked from 1914 to 1969 by Albert Coates, review by Joseph F. Steelman for The North Carolina Historical Review [2 copies] (1970); Liberalism in the New South: Southern Social Reformers and the Progressive Movement by Hugh C. Bailey, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History Vol. 36, No. 2 [tearsheet, 4 copies] (1970); Correspondence including Dewey Grantham and Fletcher Green (1970). 118 items. 155 p.
      American Association of University Professors ECC Chapter Newsletter Vol. 1, No. 1 (1970); "Liberalism in the New South: Southern Social Reformers and the Progressive Movement" by Hugh C. Bailey, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Journal of Southern History [4 drafts] (1970); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green (1970). 51 items. 73 p.
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      "What the University of North Carolina Meant to Me" by Albert Coates, review by Joseph F. Steelman [2 drafts] (ca. 1970); O. Max Gardner: A Biography by Joseph L. Morrison, comments by Joseph F. Steelman for UNC Press (1970); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1970). 46 items. 78 p.
      Biography of Charles Kuralt [list] by Joseph F. Steelman (1970); Robert D. W. Connor Award from The Historical Society of North Carolina to Joseph F. Steelman [signed copy] (1970); Correspondence, including Gov. Robert Scott, Congressman L.H. Fountain, Fletcher Green, Arthur Link, and Dewey Grantham (1969-1970). 40 items. 46 p.
      The North Carolina Conference of the American Association of University Professors Fall Newsletter (1970); Affirmation of the Relevance of Survey Courses in History by Joseph F. Steelman (1970); Correspondence, including Gov. Robert Scott (1970). 30 items. 55 p.
      The State Literary and Historical Association 1900-1950 by William Burlie Brown [copy] (1951); Constitutions and Award Guidelines of The State Literary and Historical Association [copy] (ca. 1951); Memorandum for Proposal of a Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award for The North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, Inc. by Dr. H. G. Jones (1969); Summation of Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award by Joseph F. Steelman (1970); North Carolina State Literary and Historical Association Correspondence, including H.G. Jones and Charles Kuralt [copy] (1970); Correspondence (1970). 38 items. 107 p.
      North Carolina State Literary and Historical Association Correspondence, including H.G. Jones (1970); Correspondence, (1970). 59 items. 89 p.
      Biographical Sketch of Lala Carr Steelman [author unknown] (ca. 1973); Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia by Ellis Merton Coulter, review by Lala Carr Steelman for State Department of Archives and History [tearsheet] (1966); "Class Origins of the 'New South'; Planter Persistence and Industry in North Carolina" by Dwight B. Billings, review by Lala Carr Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [2 copies] (1983); Correspondence pertaining to Lala Carr Steelman (1961-1983). 62 items. 83 p.
      "Theodore Roosevelt and the Art of Controversy. Episodes of the White House Years" by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1971); "Charles Kuralt . . . CBS News Correspondent" biography released by CBS News [author unknown] (1970); The University of North Carolina Policies, Procedures, and Disciplinary Actions in Cases of Disruption of Educational Process [copy] (1970); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green (1970-1971). 58 items. 95 p.
      Correspondence, including Arthur Link and Dewey Grantham (1971). 20 items. 22 p.
      American Bar Foundation Grant in Legal History proposal by Joseph F. Steelman [includes instructions and 3 proposal copies] (1971); Organizational Format for the Revision of the 1913 "North Carolina Manual" [author unknown] (ca. 1971); Correspondence, including Arthur Link and Fletcher Green (1971). 71 items. 103 p.
      Political Correspondence concerning the Vietnam War and Nixon Administration including statements and correspondence by Congressman Richardson Preyer, Congressman Walter B. Jones (1971); "Theodore Roosevelt and the Art of Controversy. Episodes of the White House Years" by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (ca. 1971); American Historical Review Questionnaire submitted to and answered by the North Carolina Historical Review (1971); Summation of Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award [author unknown] (1971); American Association of University Professors North Carolina Conference published Newsletter (1971); Correspondence, including H.G. Jones (1971). 63 items. 124 p.
      Correspondence (1972). 19 items. 29 p.
      American Bar Center published News from the American Bar Association announcing Research Fellowships (1972); The Commercial Appeal article Mid-South Memoirs - Self-Styled Arkansas Socialist Organized Tenant Farmer Union by Paul R. Coppock [copy] (1972); "Protestantism, Populism, and the New South: Baptists, Methodists, and Social Change in North Carolina, 1894-1903" by Frederick A. Bode, editorial comments by Joseph F. Steelman for Louisiana State University Press (1972); "Selling Conservatism in the Tar Heel State 1891-1920" by John R. Ross, report by Joseph F. Steelman for State Dept. of Archives and History (1972); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green and Dewey Grantham (1972). 61 items. 90 p.
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      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning elections and the Nixon Administration, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., Senator B. Everett Jordan, and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1972); Crowell-Collier Educational Corporation contract for Joseph F. Steelman to compose a history of North Carolina for "Collier's Encyclopedia" (1972); The Public Career of Augustus Octavius Bacon by Lala Carr Steelman (1951); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1972); The Chapel Hill Weekly article Memorial Tribute To John Snell Jr. by George B. Tindall [oversized] (1972) removed;. 78 items. 102 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning elections and the Nixon Administration, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., Senator Edward M. Kennedy [automated signature], and Senator George McGovern [automated signature] (1972); "The Changing Politics of the South"edited by William C. Havard, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Journal of Southern History (1972); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1972); McGovern-Shriver Campaign Committee produced The Truth About Vietnam Now by George McGovern [oversized poster] (1972) removed. 70 items. 139 p.
      A Symposium on the History of Tobacco and the North Carolina Tobacco Society presented by the Institute for Historical Research in Tobacco and the Division of Continuing Education of East Carolina University [program, 3 copies with notes] (1973); Memorandum concerning Martin J. Kilcoyne's denial of tenure and a verbatim analysis of the case (1973); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland, Dewey Grantham, and Robert F. Durden (1973). 42 items. 66 p.
      A History of the Christian Church in the South by Durwood T. Stokes and William T. Scott, commentary by Joseph F. Steelman for University of North Carolina Press (1973); "The Papers of William Alexander Graham. Vol V: 1857-1963." edited by Max R. Williams and J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Office of Archives and History (1974); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1973). 64 items. 107 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning Nixon's Administration and Impeachment, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., congressman L.H. Fountain, and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1973); Congressional Record, statement by Senator Mike Mansfield [copy] (1974); Public Citizen published Richard Nixon: Decision for the People [pamphlet] (ca. 1973); Republican National Committee published Ten Reasons Why the Equal Rights Amendment Should Be Ratified . . . (ca. 1973); "North Carolina: The History of a Southern State" by Hugh T. Lefler and Albert Ray Newsome, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Greenville Daily Reflector (1973); Greenville Daily Reflector article A Major Tar Heel History Updated In a New Version by Joseph F. Steelman (1973); North Carolina Conference American Association of University Professors Newsletter (1973); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1973). 75 items. 106 p.
      Atlas of North Carolina Chapter I "History" by William Powell, prepared by Joseph F. Steelman for University of North Carolina Press (1974); The Present Program of the National Historical Publications Commission (1973); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1971-1974). 44 items. 95p.
      Correspondence (1974). 45 items. 60 p.
      "The Politics of Inertia: The Election of 1876 and the End of Reconstruction" by Keith Ian Polakoff, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1974); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Constitution (ca. 1974); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1974). 51 items. 60 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning Nixon's Impeachment and Ford's pardon of Nixon, including letters and statements by Congressman Walter B. Jones and Congressman Richard Preyer, (1974); "The Papers of William Alexander Graham. Vol V: 1857-1963." edited by Max R. Williams and J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Office of Archives and History [4 tearsheets] (1974); Dedication of the Lawrence Fay Brewster Building of East Carolina University [program] (1974); Invitation to the Dedication of the Lawrence Fay Brewster Building of East Carolina University (1974); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland and Robert F. Durden (1974). 74 items. 84 p.
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      ECU News Bureau article concerning Preyer Papers received by ECU (1975); ECU News Bureau article concerning Reports of Rift in Medschool Planning (1975); UNC News Bureau biography of William Stevens Powell (1971); ECU News Bureau article concerning Outer Banks Film on UNC-TV (1974); ECU News Bureau article concerning Brewster Scholar to Be Honored (1974); ECU Salaries 1973-74 and 1974-75 (1975); Biography of Dr. Bodo Nischan by Joseph F. Steelman (1975); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1961-1975). 39 items. 56 p.
      The Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, Correspondence to Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman from William S. Powell (1973-1978). 26 items. 56 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1975-1977); Part I. 16 items. 79 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1975-1977); Part II. 91 items. 132 p.
      Papers on North Carolina for Encyclopedia of Southern History (1975-1979). 11 items. 201 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1972-1976); The Durham Sun article N.C. Historical Society Can Claim Descent From Charter Given In 1833 by Dr. H.G. Jones [copy and actual] (1975); Goldsboro New-Argus article Histoical Society Had Precarious Life by Dr. H. G. Jones (1975); Greensboro Daily News obituary Mrs. Thorne, Quaker Author, Teacher, Dies [author unknown] (1976); Biography of Dorothy Lloyd Gilbert Thorne [author unknown] (ca. 1976). 82 items. 125 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning elections and policies, including Congressman Walter B. Jones, Congressman Richard Preyer, Governor Jim Hunt (1975-1979); Senator Robert Morgan [newsletter] Report to the People (1978); That Lean and Hungry Look by Suzanne Britt Jordan [copy of article] (ca. 1976); Certificate of Appreciation from Lieutenant Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. to Mrs. Joseph Steelman (ca. 1976); Correspondence (1975-1977). 60 items. 71 p.
      Joint Committee on the Status of History in the Public Schools Correspondence and Statements, including Robert F. Durden and H.G. Jones (1975-1976); The Organization of American Historians published The Status of History in the Schools by Richard S. Kirkendall [pamphlet] (1975); North Carolina Dept. of Public Instruction published A Focus on People, Culture, and Change [booklet, with fold out sheets] (ca. 1976) removed. 35 items. 96 p.
      The Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter (1975); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Constitution (ca. 1975); The Association of Historians of Eastern North Carolina Bylaws (1974); ECU Dept. of History Tenth Annual Symposium on History and The Social Studies [program] (1975); The Florida Governor in the Twentieth Century: An Historical-Political Study by David R. Colburn and Richard K. Scher [project description] (ca. 1975); ECU News Bureau article concerning History Scholar gets Graduate Fellowship at South Carolina [2 copies] (1975); Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 Student Certification [form] (ca. 1974); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland and Governor Jim Hunt (1975). 81 items. 106 p.
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      ECU Sponsored Programs Bulletin (1975); ECU News Bureau aritcle Rp. Walter Jones Donates Papers to ECU [2 copies] (1975); The North Carolina Humanities Committee [program funding pamphlet] (1975); The Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [2 copies] (1975); UNC Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1975); Goldsboro New-Argus article Histoical Society Had Precarious Life by Dr. H. G. Jones [3 copies] (1975); Correspondence including Congressman David Henderson, Congressman Walter B. Jones, and J. Isaac Copeland (1975); Greensboro Record editorial article concerning the Spanish-American War [oversized copy] (1975) removed; National Historical Publications and Records Commission newsletter Annotation [oversized] (1975) removed. 79 items. 102 p.
      Who's Who of American Women biography of Lala Carr Steelman [highlight list] (ca. 1974); General Assembly of North Carolina House Bill 432 [copy] (1973); ECU News Bureau articles [9 pages] (1974-1975); The North Carolina Humanities Committee newsletter Humanities [2 copies] (1974); Raleigh News and Observer article by Charles Craven concerning "North Carolina's Role in the Spanish-American War" by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1975); Statement by Dr. Leo W. Jenkins on accreditation for a four-year, degree-granting School of Medicine at ECU (1974); ECU published The Tobacco Export Trade and Its Impact Upon the North Carolina Area [pamphlet] (1975); Correspondence, including Congressman L.H. Fountain, Congressman Walter B. Jones, and Robert F. Durden (1974-1975). 106 items. 151 p.
      North Carolina's Role in the Spanish-American War by Joseph F. Steelman in Journal of Southern History Vol. 42, No.1 [notification of publication tearsheet] (1976); Charles A. Beard and American Foreign Policy by Thomas C. Kennedy [advertisement and order form] (ca. 1976); Raleigh News and Observer article Junior Historians Get Into Bicentennial Act by Linda Livengood (1976); ECU News Bureau articles [4 p.] (1976); Correspondence (1976). 67 items. 117 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1976); Memorandum from North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources Division of Archives and History Director Larry E. Tise concerning insufficient funding (1976); Correspondence (1976). 46 items. 91 p.
      ECU News Bureau article [1 p.] (1976); Council for Basic Education Bulletin (1975); Raleigh News and Observer article Are Our Schools Moving 'Beyond Freedom and Dignity'? By Mattie Erma E. Parker (1976); "Origins of a Southern Mosaic: Studies of Early Carolina and Georgia" review by Lala Carr Steelman (1976); Correspondence (1976). 64 items. 88 p.
      The American Governor in the South by David R. Colburn and Richard K. Scher [proposal] (1973); "North Carolina Atlas: Protrait of a Changing Southern State" edited by James W. Clay, Douglas M. Orr, Jr., and Alfred W. Stuart, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1976); ECU News Bureau article [1 p.] (1976); Correspondence (1973-1976). 57 items. 116 p.
      ECU Dept. of History sponsored Twelfth Annual symposium on History and The Social Studies [program, 2 copies] (1976); UNC Chapel Hill News Bureau biography of George Brown Tindall (1974); Comments from Governor Jim Hunt on Dept. of Cultural Resources and the cultural policy for the state (1976); UNC Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1976); ECU Student Government Association with Dept. of History present a public lecture on The American Revolution: An Explanation by Dr. Jack P. Green [flyer, 2 copies] (1976); ECU News Bureau articles [7 p.] (1976); Correspondence (1976). 67 items. 87 p.
      NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Memorandum on Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Meeting (1977); Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1977); ECU Joyner Library published Manuscript News [2 copies] (1977); Correspondence (1977). 28 items. 133 p.
      ECU memorandum concerning Equal Rights Amendment with Pro's and Con's and comments by Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. (1977); ECU N.C. Federation of Teachers letter [explaination of intent] (1977); ECU News Bureau article [1 p.] (1977); Correspondence (1977). 60 items. 121 p.
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      Southern Historical Association, 1934 - [short history, author unknown] (ca. 1977); Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1977); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1977); ECU N.C. Federation of Teachers letter [recruitment propaganda] (1977); St. Augustine, 1964: Racial Conflict and Community Change by David R. Colburn [proposal endorsed by Joseph F. Steelman] (1977); Correspondence, including the NC Senate and House of Representatives, concerning Division of Archives and History funds (1977); Correspondence, including Governor James Hunt (1977). 107 items. 144 p.
      Wall St. Journal article A Surfeit of Southern Fried Chic by George B. Tindall [copy] (1977); Department of Cultural Resources and Division of Archives and History Supplemental Budget Requests for 1977-1979 (1977); North Carolina Historical Commission and Division of Archives Fund Appropriation and Powers Correspondence (1977); Bill H.B. 1034, An Act To Expand the Membership and Powers of the North Carolina Historical Commission [copy] (1977); "The Papers of William Alexander Graham, Vol VI: 1864-1865." edited by Max R. Williams, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Journal of Southern History [2 drafts] (1977); ECU News Bureau article [3 p.] (1977); Correspondence (1977). 38 items. 58 p.
      Fletcher Green 1895-1978 [biography draft] by Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman (1978); Expansion Budget Requests of The North Carolina Division of Archives and History Department of Cultural Resources 1979-1981 Biennium (1978); "Radical Protest and Social Structure: The Southern Farmers' Alliance and Cotton Tenancy, 1880-1890" by Michael Schwartz, review by Joseph F. Steelman for N.C. Historical Review (1978); Correspondence (1978). 42 items. 67 p.
      Bracebridge Hall/Carr Estate Proposed Transmission Line Concerns and Correspondence (1978); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources letter stating Lala Carr Steelmans appointed membership by Governor James Hunt, Jr. to the North Carolina Historical Records Advisory Committee (1978); The Bank of Chapel Hill correspondence to Vice Pres. Calvin Coolidge concerning a position on Harding's cabinet for John M. Morehead [copy] (1920); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Memorandum on Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Meeting (1978); The North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Program [statement of purpose and criteria] (1978); Fletcher Melvin Green, A Memorial presented to the Faculty Council of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by J. Isaac Copeland, James L. Godrey, Frank W. Klingberg, George E. Mowry, J. Carlyle Sitterson, George V. Taylor, and Ceorge B. Tindall, Chairman [biography and draft] (1978); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1978). 51 items. 99 p.
      A Memorial Tribure to Fletcher M. Green 1895-1978 Presented to the Historical Society of North Carolina by Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman [final copy and 2 drafts] (1978); Fletcher Melvin Green, A Memorial presented to the Faculty Council of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by J. Isaac Copeland, James L. Godrey, Frank W. Klingberg, George E. Mowry, J. Carlyle Sitterson, George V. Taylor, and Ceorge B. Tindall, Chairman [biography and draft] (1978); Correspondence (1978). 36 items. 84 p.
      Appalachian State University History Dept. Conference - Living with History: A Conference on the Role of Local History in Western North Carolina [2 copies] (1978); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1978); Collection of Chapel Hill Weekly, Durham Morning Herald, Alumni Review, Greensboro Daily News, and Raleigh News and Observer articles concerning Fletcher M. Green [copies, 14 p.] (1933-1978); A Memorial presented to the Faculty Council of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by J. Isaac Copeland, James L. Godrey, Frank W. Klingberg, George E. Mowry, J. Carlyle Sitterson, George V. Taylor, and Ceorge B. Tindall, Chairman [copy] (1978); Correspondence (1978). 26 items. 80 p.
      National Coordinating Committee for the Promotion of History [pamphlet] (ca. 1978); Correspondence (1978). 29 items. 37 p.
      Personnel Information Supplement for Lala Carr Steelman 1978-1979 (1979); A Joint Resolution Creating a Committee To Examine the Facility Needs of the North Carolina Museum of History, The North Carolina State Archives, and other State History Programs and to Develop a Comprehensive Plan for Meeting Those Needs (ca. 1979); Correspondence (1978-1979). 31 items. 82 p.
      UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1977); ECU News Bureau articles [6 p.] (1978); New Publications from the National Archives Collections [pamphlet] (ca. 1978); Draft Report of the History Committee (1978); Bylaws of the Friends of the Archives, Inc. (ca.1978); North Carolina Humanities Committee newsletter (1977); Organization of American Historians newsletter (1978); American Historical Association published Yale University and Dr. Herbert Aptheker: A Report of the American Historical Association-Organization of American Historians Committee on the Defense of the Rights of Historians under the First Amendment (1977); North Carolina Humanities Committee newsletter (1978); Correspondence (1978). 55 items. 115 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1978); Joint Committee on the Status of History in the Public Schools Tentative and Revised Position Papers by George E. Melton (ca. 1978); ECU NC Federation of Teachers, Local 3612 proposal on retirement (1978); Correspondence (1978). 52 items. 83 p.
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      Dictionary of North Carolina Biography Correspondence (1978); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources memorandum concerning Smith's Ferry Highway Historical Marker and Letter from C. Stanton Coats [copies] (1975-1979); Southern Historical Association, 1934 - [short history, author unknown, 2 copies] (ca. 1977); Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1978); Correspondence (1978-1979). 31 items. 66 p.
      ECU Invitation to the Installation of John McDade Howell as Chancellor (1982); Correspondence (1982). 8 items. 8 p.
      Working for North Carolina: A Look at Employee Benefits [newsletter] (1979); In Press at the Reprint Company, Publishers announcement for Abstracts of Vial Records From Raleigh, North Carolina, Newspapers 1799-1819 (ca 1979); Commentary on a Paper by Jack Roper Before the Organization of Historians in Eastern North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman (1979); Notes on works in progress by Joseph F. Steelman (1979); Progress and History: U.B. Phillips and C. Vann Woodward Create a Southern Dialectic on Race by Jack Roper (1979); Correspondence (1979). 31 items. 85 p.
      East Carolina Manuscript Collection Manuscript News [newsletter, 2 copies] (1979); Correspondence (1979). 40 items. 62 p.
      Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter (1979); East Carolina Federation of Teachers, Local 3612 Newsletter (1979); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1979); North Carolina Humanities Committee Newsletter (1979); UNC Chapel Hill Manuscripts Department Description of #4037 Alfred Moore Scales 1870-1940 Papers (1979); The Asheville Citizen article Are Tar Heel Students Being Taught History? [copy, author unknown] (1978); "Virginians Remember Woodrow Wilson," edited by Raymond F. Pisney, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review (1979); Southern Historical Association, 1934 - [short history, author unknown, 2 copies] (ca. 1977); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland and Allen Going (1979). 61 items. 101 p.
      East Carolina Federation of Teachers, Local 3612 Newsletter (1980); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee memorandum of curtailment to maintenance level (1979); "Carolina Comments" article General Assembly Appropriates $4 Million for State's History by Larry Tise [draft] (1979); Revisions to the Bylaws of the Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina (1979); Correspondence (1979). 40 items. 75 p.
      National Historical Publications and Records Commission Records Program Report No. 79-2 (1979); National Endowment for the Humanities Research Grant Application for Robert J. Cain (1979); National Endowment for the Humanities Research Grant Application for Lois S. Neal (1979); Strange Careers Indeed: C. Vann Woodward, John Hope Franklin, and the Institution of Jim Crow by Jack Roper [draft] (ca. 1979); Correspondence (1979). 41 items. 118 p.
      Vita for Lala Carr Steelman (1980); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Manuscript News [newsletter, 2 copies] (1980); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Annual Report 1977-1978 by Director Donald R. Lennon (1978); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Manuscript News [newsletter] (1979); Article Two R's are enough to test [author and source unknown] (1979); Article New debate coming over public education by Claude Sitton [source unknown] (1979); Article Enrollments on UNC campuses [author and source unknown] (1979); Article A look at the numbers [author and source unknown] (1979); Raleigh News and Observer articles UNC system tuition costs and Tuition varies at campuses [author unknown] (1979); Raleigh News and Observer article Legislature accommodates 'money-changers' by Ferrel Guillory (1979); Article Question of 'easier' competency test is cloudy by Dr. W. James Popham [source unknown] (1979); Correspondence (1979). 36 items. 73 p.
      North Carolina Historical Review articles scheduled and accepted and Publication of Pamphlets by the Division of Archives and History by Memory F. Mitchell (1980). 3 items. 13 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina notification of Lala Carr Steelman winning the Robert D.W. Connor Award (1980); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [2 copies] (1980); The Friends of the Archives, Inc. [newsletter] (1980); ECU Pieces of Eight [newsletter, March, April] (1980); American Historical Association Newsletter (1980); Correspondence (1980). 67 items. 103 p.
      "Frank Porter Graham: A Southern Liberal." By Warren Ashby, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1980); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1980); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham and Senator Robert Morgan (1980). 48 items. 65 p.
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      Tribute to Edward W. Phifer, Jr. by Memory F. Mitchell for Historical Society of North Carolina (1980); NC Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Correspondence and Concerns (1980); General Assembly of North Carolina Session 1979, House Bill 1706: An Act to Enhance the Highway Historical Marker Program [copy] (1980); Correspondence (1980). 43 items. 56 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Paper Proposals, and Membership Concerns (1980-1981); Correspondence, including Arthur Link (1980). 81 items. 157 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence and Minutes (1980); National Endowment for the Humanities Correspondence and Guidelines (1980); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application for Alexa C. Williams (1980); "Social Science in America: The First Two Hundred Years" edited by Charles M. Bonjean, Louis Schneider, and Robert L. Lineberry, review by Buford Rhea for the American Journal of Sociology (1980); Constitution of the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association (1980); Correspondence (1980). 48 items. 101 p.
      Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter [May, January] (1980); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Annual Report 1979-1980 (1980); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1979); North Carolina Humanities Committee Newsletter (1980); North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Requests for Relocation Markers J 37 Weitzel's Mill, and J 2 David Caldwell, and Proposal for J 79 Sit-ins (1980); Reform and Regrowth entry by Joseph F. Steelman for Collier's Encyclopedia (1980); Correspondence (1980). 37 items. 77 p.
      East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [October, August-Sept, April (2 copies)] (1981); East Carolina University Proposed Tenure Statement for Dept. of History (ca. 1981); Objects of Art in the East Campus Library [Duke University] by Henrietta S. McBee and Betty I. Young (1979); "Domiciliary Home Residents' Bill of Rights (ca. 1981); National Historical Publications and Records Commission published Annotation [newsletter] (1981); ECU Office of the Chancellor published Trustee Newsletter (1981); ECU Pieces of Eight [newsletter] (1981); ECU Manuscript Collection Manuscript News [newsletter] (1981); Analysis of the Governor's Retirement Proposal (ca. 1981); ECU Manuscript Collections Annual Report 1980-1981 (1981); Correspondence (1981). 33 items. 79 p.
      National Endowment for the Humanities Correspondence and Guidelines (1981); Resolution of the ECU Dept. of History concerning denied rank of Professorship to Dr. Fred D. Ragan [3 copies] (1981); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina published Newsletter [2.5 copies] (1981); General Assembly of NC Session 1981 Ratified Bill Chapter 1079 House Bill 641 An Act to Enhance the Highway Historical Marker Program [copy] (1981); American Historical Association published Newsletter (1981); Correspondence (1981). 72 items. 119 p.
      Historical Societies Correspondence concerning Federal elimination of National Historical Publications and Records Commission funding (1981); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [March] (1981); Coalition to Save Our Documentary Heritage [author unknown, 2 copies] (1981); NHPRC Records Program Report No. 81-1 (1981); Correspondence (1981). 30 items. 59 p.
      National Endowment for the Humanities exhibit proposal for Migration of Scotch-Irish to NC, approval by Joseph F. Steelman (1981); National Historical Publications and Records Commission State Board Assessment and Reporting Grants (1981); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1981); Correspondence (1981). 29 items. 45 p.
      National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Public Programs Project PN-20385 "Four Southern Cities During the Civil Rights Era: A Media Presentation" Proposal and Review Information for Joseph F. Steelman (1980-1981). 5 items. 100 p.
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      Morgan Printers Custom First Proof of historical essay collection, including Leonidas Lafayette Polk, North Carolina Alliancemen, and Some Conflicts of Agrarian Leadership, 1887-1892 by Lala Carr Steelman (1981). 6 items. 67 p.
      "Man Over Money." The Southern Populist Critique of American Capitalism. By Bruce Palmer, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1981); Family Structure and IQ: Artifact of Condition at Birth? By Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. and James A. Mercy for American Sociological Review [2 copies, 2 tearsheets] (1981); Unconfounding the Confluence Model: A Test of Sibship Size and Birth-Order Effects on Intelligence by Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. and James A. Mercy for American Sociological Review [tearsheet] (1980); National Endowment for the Humanities Division of Public Programs Museums and Historical Organizations Humanities Projects (ca. 1981) - Part 1
      East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 published Newsletter [2 copies] (1981); East Carolina Manuscript Collection published Manuscript News (1981); NC Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Correspondence and Minutes (1981); "Sex and Prejudice Among White Protestants: Like or Unlike Ethinic Prejudice" by Charles Peek and Sharon Brown, comments by Brian Powell and Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. [2 drafts] (1981); A Tale of Two Variables: A Review of Family Size and Birth-Order Effects on Intellectual Development by Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. [draft] (1981); Greenville Daily Reflector article Henry's Papers Being Edited from the ECU News Bureau (1981); Correspondence (1981). 52 items. 124 p.
      General Assembly of NC Session 1981 House Bill 641 entitled An Act to Enhance the Highway Historical Marker Program [copy] (1981); Certificate of Copyright Registration # TX 727-161 for Of Tar Heel Towns, Shipbuilders, Reconstructionists and Alliancemen edited by Joseph F. Steelman (1981); Certificate of Copyright Registration # TX 779-852 for The Confluence Model Reconsidered: The Effects of Sibship Size and Birth Order on Test Performance Under Varying Conditions for Children and Teenagers by Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. (1981); Governor Jim Hunt "Good Roads Program" propaganda, including North Carolina: The Good Roads State [pamphlet], Raleigh News and Observer article Helms machine and fat cats go after Hunt by Claude Sitton [copy], and list of arguments for the "Good Roads Program" (1981); Commissioner of Social Security response to Joseph F. Steelman's inquiry concerning the Reagan Administration's Social Security proposals (1981); Correspondence (1981). 53 items. 72 p.
      Evaluation of National Endowment for the Humanities Project PN-20385 "Four Southern Cities During the Civil Rights Era: A Media Presentation" by Joseph F. Steelman (1981); Draft copies for sessions for the Southern Historical Association Program [43 p.] (1981); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1981). 83 items. 89 p.
      "Of Tar Heel Towns, Shipbuilders, Reconstructionists and Alliancemen: Papers in North Carolina History" edited by Joseph F. Steelman, review by Robert L. Byrd [copy] (1982); ECU Manuscript Committee special meeting memorandum concerning Manuscript Collection Vehicle title (1982); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1980); Hugh Talmage Lefler biography by William S. Powell for Historical Society of NC [2 copies] (1982); Paul Eliot Green biography by William S. Powell for Historical Society of NC [2 copies] (1982); Constitution of the Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina (1982); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1982); J.P. Morgan, Jr. 1867-1943 by John Douglas Forbes, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books (1982); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [March] (1982); The Democratic National Committee Insider's Report [newsletter] (1982); Correspondence, including Congressman Charlie Rose (1982). 72 items. 112 p.
      Governor Jim Hunt letter to Lala Carr Steelman appointing her a member of the State Historical Records Advisory Committee [copy] (1982); Invitation to the Inauguration of Edwin Gibson Speir, Jr. as the eighth President of Georgia College (1982);East Carolina Manuscript Collection Annual Report 1981-1982 (1982); Southern Historical Association Correspondence and Membership Concerns (1982); The Herbert R. Paschal, Jr. Memorial Fund [draft] (1982); The State Capitol Foundation, Inc. published We Can Turn Back Time, With Your Help . . . [pamphlet] concerning NC Capitol restoration (1982); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Feb.] (1982); Manuscript biography of William Woods Holden by Horace W. Raper, comments by Joseph F. Steelman for University of North Carolina Press (1982); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1982); Correspondence (1982); 53 items. 98 p.
      Journal of the National Archives Prologue [copy] article concerning work of former Steelman student, Cynthia G. Fox (1982); Murfreesboro Historical Association, Inc. News Letter (1982); Manuscript biography of William Woods Holden by Horace W. Raper, comments by Joseph F. Steelman for University of North Carolina Press (1982); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [2 copies] (1982); Governor Jim Hunt letter to Lala Carr Steelman appointing her a member of the State Historical Records Advisory Committee (1982); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Summer, May-June; 2 of each] (1982); Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr. Memorial Fund Description (1982); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, 2 copies] Manuscript News (1982); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application for Cletus Daniel (1982); Correspondence (1982); State Capitol/Visitor Services Section of Division of Archives and History published The Capitol of North Carolina [pamphlet] oversized (1982) removed. 73 items. 122 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, including biographies of Walter Conrad Gass by Elmer L. Puryear, and Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr. by Joseph F. Steelman (1983); Yesterday in the Hills by Floyd C. Watkins and Charles Hubert Watkins, review by Lala Carr Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review (1983); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter (1983); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1983); ECU Evaluation ratings of Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman (1983); North Carolina Institute of Applied History [newsletter] Institute News (1982); ECU Library [newsletter] Library Notes (1983); ECU Installation of John McDade Howell as Chancellor Guest and Member of Faculty cards (1983); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [2 copies] (1983); ECU Spring Lecture-Seminar Series with Guest Speaker Ralph Nader [program] (1983); Correspondence (1983). 53 items. 91 p.
      National Endowment for the Humanities grant application for Clifford R. Lovin (1981); Testing an Undertested Comparison: Maternal Effects on Sons' and Daughters' Attitudes Toward Women in the Labor Force by Brian Powell and Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. (1981); The Dept. of Transportation Cost Improvement Achievements (1981); Governor Hunt's Highway Program (1981); Memorandum from Governor Jim Hunt, Jr.'s Office concerning taxes and rate of growth [includes graphs] (1981); Correspondence, including Congressman Bill Hefner and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1981) - Part 2. 31 items. 146
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      Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter [May] (1983); National Historical Publications and Records Commission Grant Application for Lewis R. Miller (1983); General Assembly of North Carolina Session 1983 Senate Bill 142 Full Retirement After 27 Years [2 copies] (1983); General Assembly of North Carolina Session 1983 Senate Bill 175 Full Retirement After 25 Years [2 copies] (1983); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Nov-Dec, August] (1982-1983); Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones (1983). 34 items. 106 p.
      "Kentucky Fighting Men, 1861-1945" by Richard G. Stone, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books [draft and copy] (1982); ECU published The Herbert R. Paschal, Jr. Memorial Fund [pamphlet, 2 copies] (ca. 1982); ECU published Quality Affirmed [pamphlet] (ca. 1982); ECU Invitation for the inauguration of The Lawrence F. Brewster Annual Lecture in History presented by Arthur Link (1982); North Carolina Historical Records Advisory Committee Statement of Problems and Recommendations Needs/Assessment Survey (1982); ECU Unions Artists Series Committee Presents Elly Ameling [program] (1983); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Sept., 2 copies] (1982); Correspondence (1982-1983). 55 items. 73 p.
      East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall] Manuscript News (1982); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Dec-Jan] (1981-1982); ECU News Bureau article [2 pages] (1982); ECU Invitation for the inauguration of The Lawrence F. Brewster Annual Lecture in History presented by Arthur Link (1982); Correspondence (1982). 22 items. 63 p.
      ECU News Bureau article [2 pages] (1982); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall] Manuscript News (1982); George McCready Price and the Intellectual Origins of "Scientific Creationism" [graph] by Ronald L. Numbers (ca. 1982); ECU Invitation for the Installation of John McDade Howell as Chancellor of the University (1982); Correspondence (1982). 27 items. 39 p.
      Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Sept, 2 copies] (1982); ECU Regional Development Institute [newsletter] Regional Report [Sept] (1982); Correspondence (1982). 24 items. 30 p.
      The Friends of the Archives, Inc. published [newsletter, June] FOA News (1983); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Spring, 2 copies] Manuscript News (1983); Walter Conard Gass [biography] by Elmer L. Puryear (ca. 1983); Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr. 1927-1982 [biography] by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1983); National Endowment for the Humanities request for evaluation of Marvin L.M. Kay NEH Grant Application (1983); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1983); Greenville Daily Reflector oversized article Fascinating Insights Into Earlier N.C. History by Jerry Raynor, concerning ECU Dept. of History's fifth volume of publication (1981) removed. 35 items. 110 p.
      Raleigh Spectator articles by Noel Yancey and Phyllis Tyler concerning Dr. Hugh Lefler [copies] (1983); Association of Historican in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Sept, 2 copies] (1983); Correspondence (1983). 18 items. 23 p.
      Society of North Carolina Archivists Constitution (1984); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall-Winter, 2 copies] Manuscript News (1983-1984); "Southern Progressivism: The Reconciliation of Progress and Tradition" by Dewey W. Grantham, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review (1984); North Carolina Humanities Committee Newsletter [Fall] (1983); Raleigh Spectator article by Phylis Tyler concerning Dr. Marcus Simpson (1983); Correspondence (1983-1984). 31 items. 60 p.
      Organization of American Historians Biographical Data for 1983 Nominees (1983); Governor Jim Hunt letter to Lala Carr Steelman appointing her a member of the North Carolina Historical Commission (1983); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 published What Have We Done?/What Are Our Goals? (1982); "Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920" by Robert M. Crunden, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Georgia Historical Quarterly (1983); ECU Evaluation of the Dept. of History (ca. 1983); Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation Grant Application for ECU Foundation, Inc. for the ECU Publications in History (1983); The Cannon Foundation, Incorporated by Joseph F. Steelman [4 drafts] (1983); Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation by Joseph F. Steelman [draft] (1983); Notes on The Cannon Foundation, including North Carolina and Forbes articles on the Cannon Mills Company (1972-1983); Correspondence, including Governor Jim Hunt (1983). 48 items. 104 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1983); "Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920" by Robert M. Crunden, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Georgia Historical Quarterly [tearsheet and 2 copies] (1983); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Annual Report 1982-1983 by Donald R. Lennon, Director (1983); Correspondence (1983). 37 items. 66 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence, including Governor Jim Hunt and Walter Mondale (1983-1984); University of Tennessee Press invitation to reception honoring Dewey W. Grantham (1983); University of Georgia Dept. of History invitation to reception honoring Aubrey C. Land (1983); Correspondence (1983-1984). 36 items. 43 p.
      "Decade that followed the first World War" paper by Joseph F. Steelman (1985); "The North Carolina Experience: An Interpretive and Documentary History" ed. Lindley S. Butler and Alan D. Watson, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of Books (1985); The Wool-Hat Boys: Georgia's Populist Partyby Barton C. Shaw, review by Lala Carr Steelman for The North Carolina Historical Review (1985); Organization of American Historians Biographical Data For 1985 Nominees (1985); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, 2 Spring-Summer copies, Fall-Winter] Manuscript News (1984-1985); Greenville Area Preservation Association President's Report to the Membership for 1983-1984 (1984); Correspondence (1984-1985). 28 items. 59 p.
      Dedication of Robert Lee Humber House as the Eastern Office of the North Carolina Division of Archives and History, includes bio's, history, and drafts (1983); The Faye Marie Creegan Scholarship Endowment Fund [pamphlet] (ca. 1984); Black Medical Colleges 1865-1920 [list, author unknown] (ca. 1984); 1984 Special Bills Introduced Through June 25, 1984 [author unknown] (1984); The North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources published Running the Blockade into North Carolina, 1861-1865 [pamphlet] (ca. 1984); Friends of the Archives, Inc. [newsletter] (1984); ECU Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research [newsletter, June] Stem to Stern (1984); Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence, including Governor Jim Hunt and Walter Mondale (1983-1984); Correspondence (1984). 53 items. 89 p.
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      Annual Report of the Research and Publications Committee 1983-1984 (1984); Annual Report of the Graduate Committee of the History Department 1983-1984 (1984); Southern Association for Women Historians [Sept.] Newsletter (1984); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina [Oct., Sept.] Newsletters (1983-1984); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 [Oct.] Newsletter (1984); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 'Report Card' of Ronald Reagan (1984); ECU News Bureau published [newsletter, Nov.] Pieces of Eight (1984); Operation Raleigh USA published Operation Raleigh Arrival Notice and Information (1984); Correspondence (1984). 38 items. 69 p.
      "Southern Progressivism: The Reconciliation of Progress and Tradition" by Dewey Grantham, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review (1984); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina [March, 3 copies] Newsletter (1984); Democratic Party Interest Correspondence, including NC Senator Vernon White, Congressman Walter B. Jones, and Governor Jim Hunt (1984); ECU Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs notification of Lala Carr Steelman appointed Professor Emeritus upon retirement (1984); ECU Office of the Chancellor Notification of Retirement Ceremony for Lala Carr Steelman (1984); ECU Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs notification of Joseph F. Steelman appointed Professor Emeritus upon retirement (1984); Map of South Carolina, Georgia Tidewater Low-Country [copy] (ca. 1984); Map of Norris Tennessee [copy] (1936); Correspondence (1984). 75 items. 97 p.
      Correspondence (1984-1985). 16 items. 20 p.
      Democratic Party Interest Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones (1984-1985); Greenville Daily Reflector article Third ECU Scholorship Fund Set Up by Dr. Richard Todd by William A. Shires (1980); Greenville Daily Reflector article Volume Published concerning "The North Carolina Farmers' Alliance: A Political History, 1887-1893" by Lala Carr Steelman [article author unknown] (1985); ECU News Bureau published [newsletter, Sept., Feb.] Pieces of Eight (1985-1986); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1985); The Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies published [newsletter, Oct] Federation Bulletin (1985); National Archives and Records Administration Records Report 1985 (1985); The Amistad Research Center published [pamphlet] We're All In The Same Boat (1985); Correspondence, including Robert Durden and Governor Jim Martin (1976-1985). 78 items. 123 p.
      East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Spring-Summer] Manuscript News (1985); The General Endowment Fund of the Department of History [5 drafts] (1985); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 published Responses to AFT Survey by Faculty (1985); Correspondence (1985). 28 items. 49 p.
      Smithsonian National Associate Program [tour] China - History Through The Dynasties Sept. 6-27, Correspondence and Tour Information (1985); Appalachian Consortium, Inc. published The Blue Ridge Parkway: Agent of Transition [program and registration information, 2 copies] (1985); Friends of the Archives produced Letter from Thomas Jefferson to U.S. Senator Nathaniel Macon relating to the statue of George Washington, 1816 [copy] (1985); Southern Association for Women Historians Newsletter [Sept.] (1985); ECU School of Medicine published [newsletter, Fall] Philanthropy (1985); ECU News Bureau published [newsletter, Sept.] Pieces of Eight (1985); Correspondence (1985). 50 items. 84 p.
      Democratic Party Interests and Elections Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones, Governor Jim Hunt, and East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Jan., March] (1985); Memorial Resolution for James Sharbrough Ferguson by Blackwell P. Robinson (1984); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1985); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar., 2 copies] (1985); North Carolina Board of Ethics Interpretive Memorandum #1 Meaning of Actual and Potential Conflicts of Interest by Judge Naomi E. Morris [copy] (1985); NC Governor James Martin Executive Order #1 [copy] (1985); Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920 by Robert M. Crunden, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Georgia Historical Quarterly [copy] (1983); Correspondence (1985). 62 items. 88 p.
      Association of Historians of Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Oct.] (1986); Correspondence (1985-1986). 14 items. 19 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1985-1986); Proposed Amendment ot Article IV, By-Laws, Historical Society of North Carolina (1985); Correspondence (1986). 11 items. 48 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1985-1986); Samuel James Ervin, Jr. 1896-1985 [biography, 2 copies] by Mattie Erma E. Parker presented to the Historical Society of North Carolina (1985); In Memoriam: Cratis Williams (1911-1985) [biography, 2 copies] by Harley E. Jolley presented to the Historical Society of North Carolina (1985); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall-Winter] Manuscript News (1985); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1986); ECU College of Arts and Sciences African Studies Committee published [pamphlet] Apartheid and the United States: A Public Symposium (1986); "The University of Georgia: A Bicentennial History, 1785-1985" by Thomas G. Dyer, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1986); Correspondence, including Congressman Charlie Rose and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1986). 90 items. 129 p.
      Terry Sanford Senate Campaign Correspondence and Donation Material (1986); NC General Assembly House of Representatives Special Report of Highlights of the 1986 General Assembly Session (1986); Correspondence (1986). 18 items. 24 p.
      ECU Dept. of History Division of Social Studies and NC Council for the Social Studies published [pamphlet] Twenty-Second Annual Symposium on History and The Social Studies (1986); NC Historical Publications Section Division of Archives and History Funds Concerns Correspondence, including NC Rep. Walter B. Jones, Jr., NC Rep. Edward Warren, and NC Sen. Thomas Taft(1986); ECU News Bureau article [1 page] (1985); Correspondence (1986); Raleigh News and Observer [oversized] article Finding the future in studying the past by Elaine Westarp (1986) removed. 48 items. 66 p.
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      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1987-1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1986-1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar., Oct., copies] (1985-1987); Correspondence (1988). 24 items. 46 p.
      Teaching Political Science: Politics in Perspective [article, Winter, copy] UN Ambassador Daniel Patrick Moynihan and the Calhounian Connection by Ronnie W. Faulkner and Michael M. Gunter (1985-1986); What's in a Name? Why We're All Called Tar Heels [article] by William S. Powell, reprinted from the magazine TAR HEEL [Mar.] with permission of Cygnet Communications Company (1982); Sallie Southall Cotten: A Woman's Life in North Carolina by William Stephenson, review by Lala Carr Steelman (ca. 1988); North Carolina Historical Commission Correspondence concerning the Mingus Farm of Rowan County (1988); Correspondence (1988). 37 items. 80 p.
      Americas 400th Anniversary Committee Roanoke Voyage Tour Correspondence and Information (1987). 13 items. 18 p.
      "In Bad Faith: The Dynamics of Deception in Mark Twain's America" by Forrest G. Robinson, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books [2 copies] (1987); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall-Winter] Manuscript News (1986-1987); ECU News Bureau published [newsletter, Feb.] Pieces of Eight (1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1987); ECU Invitation to the retirement of Chancellor John M. Howell (1987); Correspondence (1987). 17 items. 31 p.
      Amistad Research Center produced letter from Amistad revolt leader, Cinque, to founder of the Amistad defense committee, Lewis Tappan, 1839 [copy] (1987); Photograph of North Caroliniana Society's Board of Directors (1987); The North Carolina Collection and the North Caroliniana Society, Louis Round Wilson Library, and UNC Chapel Hill sponsored [pamphlet] William S. Powell: A Portrait and a Chronology (1987); "The North Carolina Farmers' Alliance: A Political History, 1887-1893" by Lala Carr Steelman, review by Eric Anderson (1987); Democratic Party Interests Correspondence concerning Iran-Contra and Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, including Senator Louis Stokes and Senator Terry Sanford (1987); Congressional Record Vol. 133 No. 120 [copy] (1987); Correspondence (1987). 26 items. 39 p.
      Americas 400th Anniversary Committee published [newsletter] Quadricentennial News (1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1987); ECU News Bureau article [3 pages] (1987); Correspondence (1987). 23 items. 42 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interest Correspondence (1988); "Developing Dixie: Modernization in a Traditional Society" ed. by Winfred B. Moore, Jr., Joseph F. Tripp, and Lyon G. Tyler, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman [draft] (1988); "The New South Faces the World: Foreign Affairs and the Southern Sense of Self, 1877-1950" by Tennant S. McWilliams, review by Lala Carr Steelman [draft] (1988); Correspondence (1988). 30 items. 35 p.
      "The North Carolina Farmers' Alliance: A Political History, 1887-1893" by Lala Carr Steelman, review by William S. Powell for New North Carolina Books [2 copies] (1986); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources - Archives and History Subchapter 4N - Historic Sites Regulations [copy] (1987); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Memorandums concerning Tryon Palace Restoration Complex (1988); UNC Chapel Hill Fletcher Green Memorial Fund [contract] (1988); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Highway Historical Marker Recommendations (1988); Correspondence (1988). 20 items. 64 p.
      NC Governor James Martin Proclamation of April as "North Carolina History Month" (1988); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Highway Historical Marker Recommendations (1988); "Henry Toole Clark" [biography, copy] by Jos. Blount Cheshire (1908); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Spring-Summer] Manuscript News (1987); Correspondence (1988). 24 items. 66 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1988); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall-Winter] Manuscript News (1987-1988); "In Bad Faith: The Dynamics of Deception in Mark Twain's America" by Forrest G. Robinson, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books [copy] (1987); Greenville Area Preservation Association [newsletter, Feb.] gapagram (1988); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter (1988); The Amistad Research Center at Tulane University published [newsletter, Mar.] Amistad Reports (1988); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1988); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application for Jean B. Anderson (1980); Correspondence (1988). 40 items. 105 p.
      Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Oct., 2 copies] (1988); "The New South Faces the World: Foreign Affairs and the Southern Sense of Self, 1877-1950" by Tennant S. McWilliams, review by Lala Carr Steelman for Norht Carolina Historical Review(1988); "Developing Dixie: Modernization in a Traditional Society" ed. by Winfred B. Moore, Jr., Joseph F. Tripp, and Lyon G. Tyler, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman (1988); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter (1988); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1988). 48 items. 69 p.
      Correspondence (1989). 28 items. 48 p.
      Richard Gaither Walser [biography, 2 copies] by William S. Powell for Historical Society of North Carolina (1989); William Terry Couch [biography, 2 copies] by Carolyn A. Wallace for Historical Society of North Carolina (1989); Dr. Mattie Underwood Russell [biography, 2 copies] by William E. King for Historical Society of North Carolina (1989); "Dark Journey: Black Mississippians in the Age of Jim Crow" by Neil R. McMillen, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [2 copies] (1989); Developing Dixie: Modernization in a Traditional Society ed. by Winfred B. Moore, Jr., Joseph F. Tripp, and Lyon G. Tyler, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman [draft] (1988); Association of Historians in North Carolina Newsletter [Oct.] (1989); Southern Historical Association Constitutional Ballot (1989); Correspondence (1989). 35 items. 57 p.
      Correspondence [donation material] (1989). 5 items. 5 p.
      Correspondence (1989). 13 items. 21 p.
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      Radical Protest and Social Structure: The Southern Farmers' Alliance and Cotton Tenancy, 1880-1890 by Michael Schwartz, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1978); Virginians Remember Woodrow Wilson ed. Raymond F. Pisney, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1979); The Papers of William Alexander Graham. Volume VIII: 1869-1875 ed. by Max R. Williams and Mary Reynolds Peacock, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History [tearsheet, 6 copies] (1994); Dark Journey: Black Mississippians in the Age of Jim Crow by Neil R. McMillen, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1990); Georgia: The WPA Guide to Its Towns and Countryside produced by the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1991); Part I
      Biography of Charles B. Aycock by Joseph F. Steelman for American National Biography, Oxford University Press [3 drafts] (ca. 1988). 3 items. 18 p.
      A Memorial Tribute to Fletcher M. Green 1895-1978 presented to the Historical Society of North Carolina, October 20, 1978 by Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman (1978); Southern Progressivism: The Reconciliation of Progress and Tradition by Dewey W. Grantham, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [copy] (1984); "In Bad Faith: The Dynamics of Deception in Mark Twain's America" by Forrest G. Robinson, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books [copy] (1987); Biography of Charles B. Aycock by Joseph F. Steelman for American National Biography, Oxford University Press [draft] (ca. 1988); Correspondence (1972-1989). 7 items. 25 p.
      Fletcher Melvin Green by Lala Carr and Joseph F. Steelman for Historians of the American South, Greenwood Press (1989). 1 item. 21 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1989); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Proposal for Kenrick N. Simpson (1989); Institute for Historical and Cultural Research published In Search of a Lost Heritage [pamphlet] (1989); The New South Faces the World: Foreign Affairs and the Southern Sense of Self, 1877-1950 by Tennant S. McWilliams, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1989); Correspondence (1989). 25 items. 46 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1989-1990); The Charlotte Observer editorial Sen. Sanford's Budget Bill [copy, author unknown] (1989); John Brown Gordon: Soldier, Southerner, American by Ralph Lowell Eckert, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1990); "Architecture of the Old South: North Carolina" by Mills Lane, review by Joseph F. Steelman [2 drafts] (ca. 1990); New York Times article Should the U.S. Attack Iraq? by Terry Sanford [copy] (1990); "Georgia: The WPA Guide to Its Towns and Countryside" produced by the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1991); Morganton News-Herald article The Home of Gov. Stokes [copy, author unknown] (1914); "Tar Heel Politics: Myths and Realities" by Paul Luebke, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books (1990); Correspondence, including Senator Terry Sanford (1990). 50 items. 81 p.
      Paul Murray (1902-1990) A Memorial Tribute for The Historical Society of North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman [4 drafts] (1991); Rosalynn Carter's comment about Dr. Paul Murray for the Archives of the North Carolina Historical Society [autographed comment and 6 copies] (1991); "Joseph E. Davis: Pioneer Patriarch" by Janet Sharp Hermann, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (1991); Democratic Party Interest Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones, Congressman Charlie Rose, and Senator Terry Sanford (1991); Congressional Record Vol. 137, No. 7 [2 copies] (1991); Correspondence (1990-1991). 42 items. 72 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence and Material, including Senator Terry Sanford, NC Governor candidate Jim Hunt, and Presidential Nominee Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1992); "The First State University: A Pictorial History of the University of North Carolina. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged" by William S. Powell, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [2 drafts] (1993); Eva Clayton for Congress Committee published Eva Clayton for Congress "The Best for the First" [pamphlet] (1992); Clinton-Gore '92 Committee sponsored ECU Come Meet and Welcome the Next Vice-President of the United States Sen. Al Gore tickets [2], and flyers [3 copies, one with Lala Carr Steelman comment] (1992); East Carolina Manuscript Collection published [newsletter, Summer/Fall, Winter/Spring) Manuscript News (1992, 1991); Clinton-Gore '92 Committee sponsored Bill Clinton The Next President of the United States for a Barbecue At The Ball Park [2 flyers] (1992); Correspondence (1992). 51 items. 91 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence, including NC Governor Elect Jim Hunt and President Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1992-1993); "Conservative Constraints: North Carolina and the New Deal" by Douglas Carl Abrams, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [draft] (1992); "The Paradox of Southern Progressivism, 1880-1930" by William A. Link, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1992); Correspondence (1992-1993). 30 items. 38 p.
      ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [Fall/Winter] (1991); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1991); UNC Chapel Hill Southern Historical Collection [statistics and copies of related articles from The Charlotte Observer, The Shelby Star, The Chapel Hill Herald, the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, and the Raleigh News and Observer] (1991); The Chapel Hill Newspaper article Murray, Jimmy Carter's schoolteacher, dies [copy, author unknown] (1991); Paul Murray (1902-1990) A Memorial Tribute for The Historical Society of North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman [4 drafts] (1991); Correspondence, including Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1991). 38 items. 80 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence and Material, including Senator Terry Sanford, NC Governor candidate Jim Hunt, and Presidential Nominee Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1992); "Common Whites: Class and Culture in Antebellum North Carolina" by Bill Cecil-Fronsman, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1992); Saving American Birds: T. Gilbert Pearson and the Founding of the Audubon Movement by Oliver H. Orr, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1992); 1992 Democratic Party Certificate of Appreciation presented to Dr. Joseph F. Steelman from Ronald H. Brown and Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1992); North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources Grant Application for Mike Epley (1992); Certificate of Appreciation from Jim Hunt to Joe Steelman [signed] (1992); Correspondence (1992). 58 items. 98 p.
      Democratic Party Interest Correspondence, including Senator Terry Sanford and Congressman Martin Lancaster (1993); "The Papers of William Alexander Graham. Volume VIII: 1869-1875" ed. Max R. Williams and Mary Reynolds Peacock, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Journal of Southern History [2 drafts] (1993); Congressman Martin Lancaster [newsletter] Washington Report (1993); UNC Chapel Hill Manuscripts Dept. 1992-1993 Annual Report (1993); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1993); Correspondence (1993). 42 items. 85 p.
      Congressional Record Vol. 139, No. 162 [copy] (1993); UNC Chapel Hill published [newsletter, December] Honors (1993); Correspondence (1993). 25 items. 27 p.
      American Council of Learned Societies Contracts for Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman to Contribute to American National Biography (1993); UNC Chapel Hill Library North Caroliniana Society published Preliminary Program For History's Sake: State Historical Collections in the Early Republic [pamphlet] (1994); Organization of American Historians biographical Data For 1994 Nominees (1994); Congressional Record Vol. 139, No. 162 [copy] (1993); Raleigh News and Observer articles pertaining to the retirement of H.G. Jones from UNC's North Carolina Collection (1994); Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice notice of Class Action over tax refunds (1994); NC Governor Jim Hunt Tax Relief Program Information (1994); Correspondence, including Governor Jim Hunt and Congressman Martin Lancaster (1994). 46 items. 84 p.
      The Paradox of Southern Progressivism, 1880-1930 by William A. Link, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1993); The First State University: A Pictorial History of the University of North Carolina. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged by William S. Powell, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1993); Saving American Birds: T. Gilbert Pearson and the Founding of the Audubon Movement by Oliver H. Orr, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1993); An Army for Empire: The United States Army in the Spanish-American War by Graham A. Cosmas, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1995); Correspondence, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. and Arthur Link (1979-1989); Part II. 18 items. 37 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Societies and Committee Minutes; Newsletters; Comments and Reviews; Donation Material.
       
      "An Army for Empire: The United States Army in the Spanish-American War" by Graham A. Cosmas, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [2 drafts] (1994); Association of Historians in North Carolina Newsletter [Oct., 2 copies] (1994); ECU Dept. of History published Lawrence F. Brewster Lecture in History [program] Making an African-American Women's History presented by Darlene Clark Hine (1994); Citizens for Jim Hunt published [booklet] Governor Jim Hunt Making North Carolina Safer: A Strategy for Fighting Crime (1994); Correspondence, including Congressman Stephen Neal, Congressman Martin Lancaster, and Arthur Link (1994). 40 items. 56 p.
      ECU Dept. of History published Lawrence F. Brewster Lecture in History [program] Making an African-American Women's History presented by Darlene Clark Hine (1994); UNC Chapel Hill Library North Caroliniana Society published Preliminary Program For History's Sake: State Historical Collections in the Early Republic [pamphlet] (1994); "In History's Shadow: An American Odyssey" by John Connally with Mickey Herskowitz, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1994); Association of Historicans in North Carolina Newsletter [Mar., 3 copies] (1994); Biography of Charles B. Aycock by Joseph F. Steelman for American National Biography, Oxford University Press [draft] (ca. 1988); Elias Carr [biography, 2 drafts] by Lala Carr Steelman for American National Biography (1994); Farmers' Alliance by Lala Carr Steelman (ca. 1994); Correspondence, including Congressman Martin Lancaster (1994). 43 items. 96 p.
      Photograph of President Bill Clinton paid for by the Democratic National Committee, addressed to Dr. Joseph Steelman [automated signature] (1995); Association of Historians of North Carolina Newsletter [Oct., Mar. 2 copies] (1995); Joseph F. Steelman Jr. Award Status Report (1995); UNC Chapel Hill Academic Library North Caroliniana Society related articles [copies] from UNC Chapel Hill publishe Public Service and the Chapel Hill Herald (1995); Citizens for Intelligent Government published [newsletter, fourth quarter] The Report Card (1995); "Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior and President" by Ari Hoogenboom, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1995); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [Fall/Winter] (1994-1995); Correspondence (1995). 84 items. 118 p.
      Correspondence concerning Lala Carr Steelman's Elias Carr project (1996); Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Company by Lala Carr Steelman (1996); Brief [career based] biography of Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman [author unknown, 2 copies] (1996); Wilkes Journal-Patriot article Wilkes native [Joseph F. Steelman] recognized for preservation of N.C. history (1996); Greensboro Daily News article Literary Awards Presented (1966); Association of Historians in North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1996); "The New South, 1945-1980: A History of the South, Volume XI" by Numan V. Bartley, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 copies] (1996); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1996); Correspondence, including Robert Durden, and Rosalynn & Jimmy Carter [automated signatures] (1996). 75 items. 108 p.
      James Isaac Copeland [biography] by Richard A. Shrader for the Historical Society of North Carolina (ca. 1997); The Powers That Punish: Prison and Politics in the Era of the "Big House," 1920-1955 by Charles Bright, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books (1997); Wilkes Journal-Patriot article Wilkes native [Joseph F. Steelman] recognized for preservation of N.C. history [copies] (1996); Samuel E. McCorkle and James S. Ferguson: Ideology, Religion, and Higher Education in North Carolina Presidential Address to the Historical Society of North Carolina by Robert M. Calhoon (1995); Sunday Star News article [copy] Lawrence Lee, Cape Fear Historian dies at 84 (1996); Summary Dissertation of Joseph W. Creech, Jr., includes "Look to Jesus!" flyer [copy] from the Elias Carr Papers, Collection No. 160, East Carolina Manuscript Collection (1996); Correspondence (1996-1997). 31 items. 58 p.
      Notification of Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman receiving jointly the 1996 Christopher Crittenden Award from the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association (1996); Democratic National Committee published 1996 National Democratic Platform Poll Report Packet for Joseph F. Steelman (1996); Democratic Party Donation Correspondence, including President Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1996); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1996); Association of Historians of North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1996); Correspondence (1996). 56 items. 71 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1997); Photograph of President Bill Clinton paid for by the Democratic National Committee, addressed to Dr. Joseph Steelman [automated signature] (1997); Photograph of President Bill Clinton paid for by the Democratic National Committee, addressed to Lala Steelman [automated signature] (1997); Jesse R. Moye House [history, author unknown] (ca.1997); "The Politics of Agricultural Labor: From Slavery to Freedom in a Cotton Culture, 1862-1902" by Robert Hinton, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books (1997); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [Nov.] (1997); Joseph F. Steelman Award Status Report (1997); Georgia College and the Georgia College Alumin Association published [newsletter, Summer] Nexus (1996); Correspondence (1996-1997). 41 items. 67 p.
      "Scarlett Doesn't Live Here Anymore: Southern Women in the Civil War Era" by Laura F. Edwards, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (2000); Essays for the Lawrence F. Brewster Fellowship: 391-88-1327 by Keith N. Meverden, 101-66-0585 by Alena J. Derby (2000); FUSA Settlement Claims Administrator published United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois Notice of Class Action, Proposed Settlement, and Hearing Case. No. 00-881-MJR (2000); Obituary for Dr. Lawrence Fay Brewster [copy, newspaper and author unknown] (1999); North Carolina Association of Historians Newsletter [Mar.] (2000); Picture of Vice President Al Gore and Richard Gephart addressed to Dr. Steelman from the Democratic Party (ca. 2000); "A Hard Fight for We: Women's Transition from Slavery to Freedom in South Carolina" by Leslie A. Schwalm, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books (2000); Part I.
      Certificate of Authenticity and Correspondence concerning the 2000 Presidential Commemorative Print of Dan Kessler's painting titled "Fala in FDR's Oval Office" presented to Dr. Joseph Steelman from President Bill Clinton [automated signature] (2000); North Carolina Association of Historians Newsletter [Mar.] (2001); ECU college of Arts and Sciences Format for Recommentation for Reappointment for the Dept. of History concerning Lu Ann Jones (1998); Dictionary of NC Biography Volume 4, Lawson, John. entry by Charles R. Holloman, ed. William S. Powell [excerpt& maps] (ca. 2001); Richard Lyness Watson, Jr. [biography] by Robert F. Durden for the Historical Society of North Carolina (2001); Newsobserver.com article Schools might change history by T. Keung Hui [print-out] (2001); Correspondence (2001). 55 items. 83 p.
      Memorial for Frenise Avedis Logan by Loren Schweninger for the Historical Society of North Carolina (2002); ECU Office of the Chancellor published Inside ECU: A special report from Chancellor William V. Muse [Sept., Dec.] (2002); The Friends of the Archives, Inc. published [newsletter, Winter] The Charter (2002); Correspondence (2002). 32 items. 48 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1997); Article Three faculty members shape the future of social psychology by Kathy Henry Dowell [includes picture of Lala Steelman Jr.] (2000); Correspondence (2000); Part II. 48 items. 83 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Societies and Committee Minutes; Newsletters; Comments and Reviews; Donation Material.
       
      ECU Office of the Chancellor published Inside ECU: A special report from Chancellor William V. Muse [Mar., June] (2002); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [Fall-Winter] (2001-2002); Crowds and soldiers in Revolutionary North Carolina: The Culture of Violence in Riot and War by Wayne E. Lee, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of Books [two drafts] (2002); Correspondence (2002). 40 items. 50 p.
      NC Wake County General Court of Justice Superior Court Division [lawsuit, notification] Smith. et al. Vs. State of North Carolina. et. al., 95 CVS 06715 Amended (1997); Friends of the Archives, Inc. published [newsletter, June] FOA News (1997); Friends of the Archives, Inc. Directory 1997-1998 (1997); The Powers That Punish: Prison and Politics in the Era of the "Big House," 1920-1955 by Charles Bright, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (1997); Association of Historians of North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1997); The Country Doctor Museum published [pamphlet] The Country Doctor Museum with President Emeritus Josephine E. Newell, M.D. business card (1997); Correspondence (1996-1997). 57 items. 94 p.
      Georgia College and State University published [pamphlet] The Search for a President (1997); Congress of the United States Shaw vs. Hunt - An Update by Congressman Eva M. Clayton (1997); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [April] (1997); SC The Greenville News article Albert Neely Sanders, 84, former Furman University faculty chairman [obituary, copy] (1997); William Edward Dodd: The South's Yeoman Scholar by Fred Arthur Bailey, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [3 drafts] (1997); Correspondence concerning the ECU Medical Foundation financial irregularities from Chancellor Richard R. Eakin (1997); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Proposal for James B. Lloyd (1997); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1997). 35 items. 93 p.
      Joseph F. Steelman Scholarship Fund Fiscal Year 1997 Stewardship report (1998); North Caroliniana Society at UNC Chapel Hill published [poem, printed edition #136 of 350] Care by Robert Morgan (ca. 1998); A Fabric of Defeat: The Politics of South Carolina Millhands, 1910-1948 by Bryant Simon, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (1998); A Hard Fight for We: Women's Transition from Slavery to Freedom in South Carolina by Leslie A. Schwalm, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (1998); Obituary for Lala Carr Steelman by ECU Dept. of History for the Journal of Southern History (1998); Winston-Salem Journal article Archie K. Davis dies here at age 87 by Frank Tursi [copy] (1998); Correspondence, including Senator John Edwards (1998). 55 items. 86 p.
      Lu Ann Jones [vitae] by Joseph F. Steelman for nomination to the Historical Society of North Carolina (1999); Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence and Donation Requests, including Gore 2000, Inc. (1999); Democratic National Committee published Photograph of President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton [automated signatures] addressed to Lala Steelman (1999); NC Wake County General Court of Justice Superior Court Division Notice of Class Action and Proposed Settlement [2 copies] (1999); Article Medical malpractice lawsuits hinge on doctors by The Associated Press [newspaper unknown] (ca. 1999); Certificate of Appreciation for Joseph F Steelman from Dick Gephardt [automated signature] (1999); 1999 Commemorative Presidential Print "White House with Fireworks" by Dan Kessler with Correspondence and Certificate of Authenticity addressed to Dr. Lala C. Steelman from President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton [automated signatures] (1999); Correspondence (1999). 68 items. 108 p.
    • Box 21
       
      Correspondence, manuscripts, etc. (1948-1993) compiled by two East Carolina University history professors relating to their family and friends, travels, and professional activities. 118 items. 142 p.
  • Correspondence with Organizations (Addition #2)
     

    • Box 21
       
      Correspondence with Organizations, A–B (2002–2008) including The American Historical Society, The American CivilWar Center and signed letters from Erskine Bowles and misc. personal correspondance including letters from Frank and Louise Adams. 40 items. 64 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, C–D (2002–2008) including The Carter Center, Campbell University,2004 Presidential Campaign Photograph of John Kerry and John Edwards, Dr. Steelman's scholarly review of "Wayne E. Lee's Crowds and Soldiers in Revolutionary North Carolina: The Culture of Violence in Riot and War." 54 items. 88 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, ECU (2002–2008) including various correspondance with East Carolina Universityincluding Joyner Library, The School of Theater and Art and the Department of History. 117 items. 166 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, E–F (2002–2008) including John Edwards Campaign correspondance, letters from "Edyth and Bob" and Joan Fillmore. 34 items. 89 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, G–H (2002–2008) incluuding correspondance with Georgia College and State University including letters from the Lala Carr Steelamn Scholarship, Correspondance from the Al Gore Campaign, and the Historical Society of North Carolina. 83 items. 155 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, I–M (2002–2008) including Correspondance from The John Kerry Presidential Campaign, North Caorlina Museum of Art, the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, MESDA. 70 items. 92 p.
    • Box 22
       
      Correspondence with Organizations, N (2002–2008) including North Carolina State Archives, North Caroliniana Society, North Carolina Association of History, North Carolina Literary and History Association. 93 items. 155 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, O–P (2002–2008) including, the Obama Campaign, Organization of American Historians, Pitt County Historical Society, Phi Beta Kappa. 80 items. 117 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, Q–S (2002–2008) including Sierra Club, Joseph Steelman bibliography, Lala Carr Steelman Curriculum Vitae. 27 items. 74 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, T–Z (2002–2008) including correspondence from Martine and Fletcher Taylor, University of North Carolina, University of South Carolina and Union of Concerned Scientists. 60 items. 96 p.
  • Steelman Family Records (Addition #3)
     

    • Box 23
       
      Genealogy Information on Edmisten and McNeil Families, 1802–1923
      Academic and Professional records of Gertrude Steelman, 1915–1933
      Estate Records of Joseph Sankey Steelman, 1972–1974
      Documents relating to court case Steelman v. City of New Bern, 1969–1974
      Memorialization of Joseph F. Steelman Jr. records, 1969–1972
      Academic records and report cards of Joseph F. Steelman, 1930–1943
      Military Records of Joseph F . Steelman, 1942–1945
      Academic Awards for Drs. Steelman, 1942–1974
      Academic job inquiries of Joseph F. Steelman, 1952–1953
      Résumé and CV and UNC Chapel Hill 1943 Alumni roster of Joseph F. Steelman, 1961–1963
      Résumé and CV of Joseph F. Steelman, 1970–1983
      Academic and Profession records of Lala Carr Steelman, 1968–1996
      Teaching contracts and Salary Records for Drs. Steelman, 1953–1990
      Financial statements, wills, and insurance for Drs. Steelman, 1952–1990
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      Academic Correspondence from East Carolina University to Drs. Steelman, 1959–2000
  • Academic Research Projects (Addition #3)
     

    • Box 24
       
      Research on Watauga-Yadkin Railroad during the 1909–1912 period, 1986–1988
      Research on Watauga-Yadkin Railroad during the 1913–1916 period, 1986–1988
      Research on Watauga-Yadkin Railroad during the 1917–1919 period, 1986–1966
      Research correspondence and draft articles on the Watauga-Yakin Railroad, 1986–1988
      Research on Grandin, North Carolina, from 1905 to 1926, ca. 1985
      Research on South Atlantic Trans-Continental Railroad Co. from 1909–1913, ca. 1985
      Research on Statesville AirLine Railroad from 1910–1913, ca. 1985
      Research on Mattamuskeet Railroad in 1907, ca. 1985
      Research on Elkin and Alleghany Railroad in 1907, 1985–1987
      Research on political responses to Western North Carolina Railroad interests from 1908 to 1931, ca. 1985
  • Ephemera (Addition #3)
     

    • Box 24
       
      Printed reproductions of German and English Land and Cityscapes, ca. 1930s
      Theatre and event programs from Indiana University, UNC-Chapel Hill, and European USO performances, 1940–1946
      Assorted event pamphlets, includes inaugural memorabilia, 1961–1992
      Travels—The Roanake Voyage celebrating America's 400th Anniversary, 1987
      Travels—Tour of the Greek Isles, 1993
  • World War II Correspondence, 1939–1946 (Addition #3)
     

    • Box 25
       
      Correspondence assorted family members, 1939–1946
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents, 1941 to May 1943
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Fort Jackson, South Carolina, July 1943 to 4 August 1943
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Kessler Field, Biloxi, Mississippi, 6 August 1943 to 14 October 1943
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, 15 October 1943 to 2 December 1943
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, 4 December 1943 to 27 April 1944
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, 1 May 1944 to 10 September 1944
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia, , includes 2 postcards, 22 September 1944 to 23 January 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from sea and 'somewhere in' France, includes postcard, 28 January 1945 to 21 March 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from 'somewhere in' Germany, includes two postcards, 25 March 1945 to 4 May 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from 'somewhere in' Austria, 7 May 1945 to 29 May 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Kremsmünster, Austria, 31 May 1945 to 10 June 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Höchstädt, Germany, 12 June 1945 to 7 July 1945
    • Box 26
       
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Augsburg, Germany, 19 July 1945 to 24 September 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Liverpool, England, 29 September 1945 to 14 December 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Le Havre, France; Augsburg, Germany; Rome, Italy; and Mühldorf, Germany, includes 3 postcards, 17 December 1945 to 14 February 1946
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his parents from Straubing, Deggendorf, Elligen, and Roth, Germany; Le Havre, France; and New York Port, New York, 18 February 1946 to 7 April 1946
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from his parents, 1943
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from his parents, includes 4 postcards, 1944
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from his parents, 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Hoke Steelman, from UNC-Chapel Hill, N.C., 1942–1943
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Hoke Steelman, from University of Indiana, Bloomington, Indiana, includes postcard, 5 February 1944 to 4 September 1944
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Hoke Steelman, from Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia, includes 4 postcards, 22 September 1944 to 23 January 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Hoke Steelman, from France, includes 3 postcards, January 1945 to March 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Hoke Steelman, from Germany, 25 March 1945 to 4 May 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Hoke Steelman, from Austria, 8 May 1945 to 9 June 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Hoke Steelman, from New Munich, Ausburg, and Höchstädt, Germany, includes 6 postcards, 14 June 1945 to 15 September 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Hoke Steelman, from Liverpool, England, includes 5 postcards, 17 September 1945 to 14 December 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Hoke Steelman, from Augsburg and Müldorf, Germany, 24 December 1945 to 12 January 1946
    • Box 27
       
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from his brother, Hoke Steelman, includes postcard, 1941–1943
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from his brother, Hoke Steelman, includes 7 postcards, 1944
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from his brother, Hoke Steelman, includes 2 postcards, 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Britt Steelman, includes postcard, 1942–1943
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Britt Steelman, 1944
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Britt Steelman, includes 8 postcards, 1945
      Letters from Joseph F. Steelman to his brother, Britt Steelman, includes postcard, 1946
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from his brother, Britt Steelman, includes postcard, 1943–1946
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from Ken Ahola, 1945–1946
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from Helen Bostick, 1943
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from Elisabeth (Beti) Griffiths, 1945–1946, 1983
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from Robert (Bob) Haas, 1944–1946
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from Norman Leach, includes photograph of Steelman and Leach, 1945–1946
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from Jeanne Ritzmann, 1944–1945
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from John Taylor, 1944–1946
    • Box 28
       
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from Finnish friends, Dr. John Van Steenberg and Kyllikki, in English and Finnish, 1943–1946
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from Dorothy Webb, 1944–1946
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from Ken White, 1945
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from assorted friends, includes postcard, 1941–1946
      Letters to Joseph F. Steelman from assorted fellow service men, 1944–1946
  • Correspondence, 1947–2001 (Addition #3)
     

    • Box 28
       
      Assorted Correspondence, inludes postcard and photograph of Ken White and Candide Paquette, 1947
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 4 postcards, 1948
      Assorted Correspondence, 1949
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1950
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 3 postcards, 1951
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 3 postcards, 1952
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1953
    • Box 29
       
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1954
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1955
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1956
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1957
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1958
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1959
  • Correspondence, 1960–1969 (Addition #3)
     

    • Box 29
       
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1960 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1960 (2 of 2)
    • Box 30
       
      Assorted Correspondence, 1961
      Assorted Correspondence, 1962
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1963
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1964
      Assorted Correspondence, 1965
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1966 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1966 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1967
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1968
    • Box 31
       
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 3 postcards, 1969 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1969 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1970 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1970 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes four postcards, 1971 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1971 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 3 postcards, 1972 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1972 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 8 postcards, 1973 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1973 (2 of 2)
    • Box 32
       
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 3 postcards, 1974
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1975, (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1975 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 5 postcards, 1976 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1976 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes two postcards, 1977
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1978 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1978 (2 of 2)
    • Box 33
       
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1979 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1979 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 5 postcards, 1980 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1980 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 4 postcards, 1981
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 3 postcards, 1982
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 4 postcards, 1983
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 10 postcards, 1984
    • Box 34
       
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1985
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1986
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 7 postcards, 1987
      Assorted Correspondence, 1988 (1 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, 1988 (2 of 2)
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 4 postcards, 1989
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 5 postcards, 1990
    • Box 35
       
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1991
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1992
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 4 postcards, 1993
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 2 postcards, 1994
      Assorted Correspondence, 1995
      Assorted Correspondence, 1996
      Assorted Correspondence, includes 5 postcards, and two photographs of Lala Christina, 1997
      Assorted Correspondence, includes one postcard, 1998
      Assorted Correspondence, includes postcard, 1999
      Assorted Correspondence, 2000–2001

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Preliminary Inventory

  • Original Donation and Addition #1
     

    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes
       
      Phi Beta Kappa Invitation and correspondence with Thomas J. Wilson Jr. (1942); Correspondence, including Arthur Link, Allen Going, Jimmy Ferguson, and Fletcher Green (1942-1944). 19 items. 29 p.
      A Study of English Literature on Finland by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1944); UNC Chapel Hill 150th University Day Brochure (1943); Newspaper clippings concerning funds for schools (1943); The Albert J. Beveridge Memorial Fellowship of the American Historical Association announcement and application form (1946); Correspondence, including Arthur Link, Fletcher Green, and Jimmy Ferguson (1941-1949). 43 items. 77p.
      A Study of English Literature on Finland by Joseph F. Steelman [2 copies] (ca 1944); Correspondence, including Arthur Link and W.H. Plemmons, featuring several V-Mail letters (1945); Oversized newspaper Paivalehti (8-2-1944) removed. 30 items. 66 p.
      New York Times review of Wilson: The Road To The White House by Arthur Link (1947); Notification of admitance for Doctor of Philosophy for Lala Carr Steelman from UNC Chapel Hill (1947); Teaching Fellow in American History acceptance notification for Joseph F. Steelman [includes regulations] (1948); Correspondence, including Arthur Link (1947-1948). 32 items. 41 p.
      Qualifications for Ph.D. degree in History for Joseph F. Steelman and Lala Carr Steelman (1950); Correspondence, including Arthur Link, NC Repesentative Charles B. Deane, (1949-1950). 47 items. 53 p.
      Correspondence concerning Lala Carr Steelman's biography of Senator A.O.Bacon of Georgia, including A.O.B. Sparks, Spencer B. King, Jr. (1961-1963). 21 items. 24 p.
      Correspondence with the Library of Congress pertaining to presidential paper requests (1949-1960); The Library of Congress Photoduplication Service rates and conditions (1965). 7 items. 7 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina invitation for Joseph F. Steelman to read on the immigration into NC after the Civil War (1951); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1952); Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas Employee Affidavit (1952); Correspondence and telegrams, including A.O.B. Sparks, D.L. Corbitt, and Dewey Grantham (1951-1952). 59 items. 81 p.
      UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter [2 copies] (1953); UNC Chapel Hill notification of admittance to Joseph F. Steelman for the degree of Master of Arts (1947); State University of New York Dept of Social Studies newsletter (1954); Correspondence and telegrams, including Jimmy Ferguson, Fletcher Green, D.L. Corbitt, and Dewey Grantham (1951-1954). 69 items. 110 p.
      Greenville Reflector article The Cokers of Carolina. A Social Biography of a Family by George Lee Simpson Jr., comments by Dr. Joseph F. Steelman (1957); Charles Evans Hughes and American Democratic Statesmanship by Dexter Perkins, review by Joseph F. Steelman for NC Historical Review (ca 1957); Teaching with the American Dependent Schools Overseas Preliminary Information by Department of the Army Office of Civilian Personnel (1955-1956); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1954); Correspondence and telegrams, including Fletcher Green and Dewey Grantham (1953-1954). 50 items. 65 p.
      Correspondence pertaining to employment opportunities (1951-1952). 11 items. 13 p.
      American Council on Education newsletter Higher Education and National Affairs Vol. IV, Number 22 (1955); ECC announcement for speech by Joseph F. Steelman on Justice Walter Clark of North Carolina at 21st Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association (1955); The American Association of University Women information and invitation for Lala Carr Steelman (1955); ECC notification to Joseph F. Steelman appointing him a position on the Encouragement of Faculty Research committee of the A.A.U.P. (1955); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter [3 copies] (1955); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green, Dewey Grantham, and Betty Rankin (1955). 93 items. 112 p.
      Walter Clark: Progress and Divine Discontent by Joseph F. Steelman delivered to Southern Historical Association (1955); Journal of Joseph F. Steelman from January 1, 1957 to January 9, 1957 (1957). 4 items. 18 p.
      Article pertaining to low integration in schools (ca 1960); Contribution notification and postcard, signed by Terry Sanford (1960); Playbill of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream produced at ECC in honor of Dr. Leo W. Jenkins (1960); Inauguration notice of Dr. Jenkins to ECC faculty and students (1960); Article concerning Joseph F. Steelman judging entries for historical non-fiction (1960); Phi Beta Kappa newsletter The Key Reporter Vol. XXIII, No. 3 (1958); Memo to teach Freshman Survey Course History 50 on Closed Circuit Television (1958); US Senator B. Everett Jordan letter and copy of Bills S. 819, H.R. 2332, and H.R. 2437 to amend the National Defense Education Act of 1958 and related correspondence with Representative Herbert C. Bonner, Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., Secretary of Health , Education and Welfare Arthur S. Flemming, and AAUP General Secretary William P. Fidler (1959); Constitution of ECC Chaper of AAUP (1958); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Fletcher Green, Arthur Link, and NC House Representative Frank M. Wooten, Jr (1956-1960). 73 items. 96 p.
      Discipline Committee Meeting for Rosalie Shew (1957); Curriculum Committee minutes (1957-1958); Faculty Policies Committee minutes (1957); Conference Board of Associated Research Councils Fulbright Lecturing and Advanced Research Awards in History (1958-1959); Rebels and Redcoats by George F. Scheer and Hugh F. Rankin, review by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1957); Correspondence (1957). 27 items. 36 p.
      Correspondence, including Committee on Southern Fellowships Fund and the University of North Carolina Press (1957-1962). 24 items. 33 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes; Reviews
       
      Southern Historical Association 22nd Annual Meeting booklet (1956); Charles Evans Hughes and American Democratic Statesmansip by Dexter Perkins, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1956); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1956); Lincoln's Fifth Wheel: The Political History of the United States Sanitary Commission by William Quentin Maxwell, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Greenville Reflector (1956); The Cokers of Carolina. A Social Biography of a Family by George Lee Simpson Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for Greenville Reflector (1957); Correspondence and telegram, including Dewey Grantham and Fletcher Green (1954-1957). 61 items. 85 p.
      Correspondence concerning a biography of Dr. Joesph Hyde Pratt by Joseph F. Steelman (1958-1963). 34 items. 37 p.
      Who's Who in the South and Southwest notification of listing Joseph F. Steelman in the 1959 edition (1959); Minutes of the Policies Committee of ECC meeting: April, September, and October (1959); Project assessment of Joseph F. Steelman (1959); AAUP General Meeting minutes (1959); State Department of Archives and History published Carolina Comments Vol. VIII, Num. 3 (1959); ECC 50th Anniversary Pageant [program] (1958); The Ethical Emphasis of Modern Historians by Gerald W. Johnson reproduced by permission of the New York Society for Ethical Culture (1955); If This Be Treason . . . by Gerald W. Johnson from The New Republic (1959); ECC Chapter of the AAUP Annual Report 1958-1959 (1959); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham and Allen Going (1958-1959). 38 items. 66 p.
      Curriculum Committee minutes (1957); Resume for Joseph F. Steelman (1958); Article concerning Lala Carr Steelman addressing the American Associtaion of University Women on Foreign Aid as an Instrument of National Policy (can 1958); Article concerning Lala Carr Steelman addressing the End of the Century Club on current problems of the free world (ca 1958); Article concerning Joseph F. Steelman editing the papers of Robert B.n Glenn, Governor of NC from 1905-1909 (ca 1958); Constitution of the Historical Society of North Carolina (1958); Article concerning NC Historical Society meeting at ECC (1958); ECC Fifth Annual World Affairs Institute agenda [4 copies] (1958); Southern Fellowships Fund Review of Faculty Fellowships 1955-1958 (1958); ECC Entertainment Committee presents Carroll Glenn and Eugene List [playbill] (1958); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Allen Going, Fletcher Green, and Arthur Link (1957-1958). 60 items. 78 p.
      ECC Policies Committee Meeting minutes (1959); Instructing and Teaching poem by James L. Lapoe (1958); Closed Circuit Television Instruction, observation by Joseph F. Steelman (1958); Correspondence (1958-1959). 8 items. 10 p.
      Southern Fellowships Fund pamphlet (1958); Southern Historical Association 24th Annual Meeting booklet (1958); Discipline Committee Meeting minutes on hearing for Allison Richardson, Jack Calvert, Wilkie Burt, and Bill Jenkins (1959); Discipline Committee minutes regarding Jasper Hudson and James Earl Heath, Nannete Fussell and James Speight (ca 1958); Correspondence (1958); Oversized Raleigh News and Observer article on Ovid Pierce (ca 1958) removed. 17 items. 45 p.
      Greenville Reflector draft review of a contribution of studies in memory of Albert Ray Newsome by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1958); Article pertaining to lack of proper leadership with race problem in the South with consultation by Fletcher Green (ca 1958); UNC published [newsletter] The University Report (1958); ECC Policies Committee Meeting minutes, November (1958); Communism in State and School by Prof. Earl LeBaron, broadcast transcript (1958). 7 items. 12 p.
      Representative from Durham County to the NC General Assembly, Watts Hill, Jr. correspondence and explaination of lack of education funds (1959); NC General Assembly Senator John R. Jordan Jr.correspondence and copy of Bill 141 for salary increases requested by the Board of Higher Education (1959); Correspondence between Joseph F. Steelman and NC State Representatives and Senators concerning salary increases (1959); ECC Policies Commitee meeting minutes, October (1958); Correspondence (1956-1959). 55 items. 72 p.
      Disciplinary Committee meeting minutes on the case of Robert Crawford (1959); World Law - The Bridge Between the Dancer and the Dream speech by Congressman Charles O. Porter, D-Ore, printed by the Danforth Foundation Project (1959); State Department of Archives and History published Carolina Comments Vol VIII, Num 4 (1959); The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowhip Foundation information 1960-1961 (1961); Invitation to the opening of The Charles B. Aycock Birthplace (1959); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1959 - 1961). 31 items. 44 p.
      Republicanism in North Carolina: John Motley Morehead's Campaign to Revive a Moribund Party, 1908-1910 by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1960). 1 item. 30 p.
      Republicanism in North Carolina: John Motley Morehead's Campaign to Revive a Moribund Party, 1908-1910 by Joseph F. Steelman [2 copies] (ca 1960) 2 items. 44 p.
      Richmond Pearson, Roosevelt Republicans, and the Campaign of 1912 in North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman (ca 1960); The "Bull Moose" Progressives of North Carolina in 1912 by David C. Roller [2 drafts] (ca 1960). 3 items. 58 p.
      History 454 "The Progressive Movement in the United States, 1890-1917" [syllabus] (ca. 1961); Department of Social Studies staff meetings & registration procedures (1961); Policies Committee Minutes (1958, 1961); ECC New Teachers, 1961-62 (1962). 13 items. 24 p.
      NC Dept. of Labor Information Officer Almon Barbour and Mrs. Faye S. Watson Correspondence concerning "Right To Work" Law and copy of Law H.R. No. 229 1947 (1961); The Mullet Road Lease by Joe Morrison (1961); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter [2 copies] (1961); Constitution for the Historical Society of North Carolina (1958); Correspondence, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr.and Governor Terry Sanford (1958-1961). 65 items. 104 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes; Submitted Works, Comments and Reviews.
       
      The Legal Profession in America: An Historical Survey [proposed 300 level course] (ca. 1961); The Mullet Road Lease by Joseph Morrison (1961); Correspondence, including Allen J. Going, US Senator B. Everett Jordan, and Robert F. Durden (1961) 64 items. 81 p.
      "Evaluation of the Joseph Morrison Manuscript on Josephus Daniels" by Joseph F. Steelman (1962). 1 item. 40p.
      "The Negro In North Carolina, 1876-1894" by Frenise A. Logan, an evaluation of the manuscript by Joseph F. Steelman (1963). 22 items. 57 p.
      Jonathan Elwood Cox and North Carolina's Gubernatorial Campaign of 1908 by Joseph F. Steelman [text, resources, and footnotes] (1963). 6 items. 46 p.
      "Progressivism and Agitation for Legal Reform in North Carolina, 1897-1917" by Joseph F. Steelman [3 copies] (1963). 3 items. 83 p.
      "The Attractions of Populism" by Walter T.K. Nugent [includes actual text and 2 copies of commentary on paper by Joseph F. Steelman] (1963); The "Cow-Bird" Grounded: The Populist Nomination of Bryan and Tom Watson in 1896 by Robert F. Durden (ca. 1963). 4 items. 77p.
      Democratic Party correspondence, including Judge L. Richardson Preyer and Walter B. Jones (1964); NC Sample Ballot for State Senator, Member of State House of Representatives, County and Greenville Township Officers (1964); Newspaper photo of Judge Richardson Preyer, NC Democratic candidate for governor with Joseph F. Steelman in background [newspaper unknown] (ca. 1964); Minutes of the Policies Committee Meetings: September, October (1964); Biography of Judge L. Richardson Preyer by People For Preyer Committee (ca. 1964); ECC News Bureau article concerning Dr. Joseph F. Steelman speaking to the American Historical Association (1963); Correspondence, including Robert F. Durden (1964); Oversized Greenville Daily Reflector page concerning History Dept. of ECC first volume of "East Carolina College Publications in History" (1964) removed. 91 items. 108 p.
      A Profile of Colonial Halifax County by Marion Parker Sykes, Jr. under the direction of Joseph F. Steelman (1964); The Light That Shines: Chapel Hill, 1912-1916 by Robert B. House, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review (1964); ECC News Bureau article [2 pages] (1964); Geenville Daily Reflector article concerning Dr. Joseph F. Steelman's work Jonathan Elwood Cox and North Carolina's Gubernatorial campaign of 1908 by Dr. Christopher Crittenden (1964); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1964); Comment on Three Papers Presented on "Progressivism in the South," at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association by Dewey Grantham (1964); An Abstract of Virginia Progressivism and the Elections of 1901 by William Larsen (1964); Abstract of Some Aspects of Business and Corporation Control in Georgia During the Progressive Era by Alton DuMar Jones (1964); Correspondence, including Allen J. Going (1964). 33 items. 99 p.
      Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1964). 20 items. 20 p.
      Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia by Ellis Merton Coulter, review by Lala Carr Steelman (1965); Evaluation of the Linder Manuscript [being a biography of William Louis Poteat, 2 versions] by Joseph F. Steelman (1965); ECC News Bureau article on the release of the second volume of ECC "Publications in History" [2 copies] (1965); Article concerning Norman Allen Tharrington becoming a candidate for the BS Degree in History under the advisement of Joseph F. Steelman [newspaper unknown] (1967); Correspondence of Dr. Joseph F. Steelman winning the R.D.W. Connor Award for "Vicissitudes of Republican Party Politics" article from Thomas C. Parramore (1967); Preachers, Pedagogues & Politicians: The Evolution Controversy in North Carolina, 1920-1927 by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for The North Carolina Historical Review (ca. 1967); Correspondence, including Arthur S. Link, Congressman Walter B. Jones (1965-1966). 47 items. 97 p.
      ECC News Bureau article pertaining to Choosing ECC History Institute Participants (1965); Who's Who of American Women notification of acceptance to Lala Carr Steelman (1965); Governor and Mrs. Terry Sanford Appreciation Dinner [program] (1964); State Dept. of Archives and History published Carolina Comments [newsletter] Vol. XIV, No. 5 (1966); Correspondence, including Senator B. Everett Jordan and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1965-1966). 54 items. 67 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes; Submitted Works, Comments and Reviews.
       
      Mississippi Valley Historical Association [booklet] containing Articles of Incorporation, present and proposed Constitutions, and By-laws of the Association (1965); ECC News Bureau article concerning ECC History Dept. publishing second "Essay" collection (1965); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1965); Geenville Daily Reflector article concerning Dr. Joseph F. Steelman's work Jonathan Elwood Cox and North Carolina's Gubernatorial campaign of 1908 by Dr. Christopher Crittenden (1964); Article [concerning promotions for 20 members of ECC faculty, newspaper unknown] (ca. 1965); ECC News Bureau article concerning 20 Faculty Promotions (1965); Critique of the David N. Thomas manuscript The Early History of the Furniture Industry in N.C. by Joseph F. Steelman (1965); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham and Arthur Link (1964-1965). 110 items. 149 p.
      "Preachers, Pedagogues & Politicians: The Evolution Controversy in North Carolina, 1920-1927" by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1966); The American Historical Association and the Organization of American Historians announce the formation of The Joint Committee for the Defense of the Rights of Historians under the First Amendment [pamphlet, 2 copies] (ca. 1966); The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in concert for The Organization of American Historians [program] (1966); The South Since Appomattox: A Century of Regional Change by Thomas D. Clark and Albert D. Kirwan, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History Vol. 33, No. 3 [tearsheet, 3 copies] (1967); Zeb Vance: Champion of Personal Freedom by Glenn Tucker, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Indiana Magazine of History [tearsheet, 2 copies] (1966); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham and Arthur Link (1966-1967). 63 items. 90 p.
      UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1966); ECC News Bureau article concerning Two Historical Articles by Dr. Joseph F. Steelman Win State Award (1966); ECC Symposium on History and the Social Studies (1965); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Arthur Link, and Senator B. Everett Jordan (1966). 96 items. 120 p.
      "Small d -- Democrat, The Life of Josephus Daniels" by Joseph L. Morrison, report on the manuscript by Joseph F. Steelman (1966); ECC News Bureau article concerning Dr. Joseph F. Steelman citing factions thwarted John Motley Morehead, 1910 (1966); Zeb Vance: Champion of Personal Freedom by Glenn Tucker, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Indiana Magazine of History [2 copies] (1966); American Association of University Professors North Carolina Conference Newsletter (1966); Article concerning Joseph F. Steelmans study of John Motley Morehead [newspaper unknown] (1966); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green, Arthur Link, and Senator B. Everett Jordan (1966); Richmond Times-Dispatch article concerning publication of Essays in Southern Biography, Vol. II by ECC Dept. of History [tearsheet and oversized] (1966) removed. 32 items. 64 p.
      Southern Historical Association Report of the Committee on Nominations (1967); Southern Historical Association Correspondence, including Fletcher Green (1966-1967); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1962). 46 items. 63 p.
      Vanderbilt University Department of History Newsletter (1967); Southern Historical Association [nomination and officer listing] (1967). 7 items. 42 p.
      Report to President Leo Jenkins on the Feasibility of Establishing a School of Basic Medical Science at East Carolina College (1966). 1 item. 32 p.
      Winston Salem Journal article concerning Joseph F. Steelman winning Historical D.W. Conner Award (1966); North Wilkesboro The Journal-Patriot article concerning Joseph F. Steelman winning Historical D.W. Conner Award (1966); ECC News Bureau article [4 pages] (1966); Biography of U.S. Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. (1967); U.S. Congressional Record concerning George Washington Good Government Award to Senator Ervin [copy] (1966); Pitt County Government published Report to Pitt County Citizens of Fiscal Year 1966-67 [pamphlet] (1967); U.S. Congressional Record concerning Perspective of Change - Commencement Address by Senator McGee [copy] (1967); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1966-1967); East Carolinian article concerning Joseph F. Steelman winning Historical D.W. Conner Award [2 copies, oversized page] (1966) removed; Asheville Citizen-Times article Studies in the History of the South 1875-1922, published by ECC Dept. of History [oversized] (1967) removed. 47 items. 64 p.
      The South Since Appomattox: A Century of Regional Change by Thomas D. Clark and Albert D. Kirwan, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History Vol. 33, No. 3 [tearsheet] (1967); T"he First Ten: The Founding Presidents and Their Administrations" by Alfred Steinberg, review by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1967); Notes on "The South Since Appomattox: A Century of Regional Change" by Thomas D. Clark and Albert D. Kirwan, by Joseph F. Steelman (1967); Comments and Criticisms by Joseph F. Steelman on a manuscript biography of Claude Kitchin [author unknown] (1967); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green, Arthur Link, and U.S. Senator B. Everett Jordan (1967). 52 items. 81 p.
      Robert Scott candidacy for NC Governor correspondence and "Scout for Scott" certificate (1968); Governor's School of NC published The Word [newsletter] Vol. IV No. 3 (1968); Governor's School of NC published The Word [newsletter] Vol. IV No. 1 (1968); The Governor's School of NC [pamphlet] (1968); Article concerning ECC faculty turn around by Phyllis Bridgeman (1968); Pat Taylor for Lt. Governor [pamphlet] (1968); J. Melville Broughton, Jr. candidacy for NC Governor correspondence and biography (1968); The Governor's School of NC concert [program] (1968); Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones and Terry Sanford (1968). 66 items. 107 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes; Submitted Works, Comments and Reviews.
       
      UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1966); A Brief History of the "Kinston Daily Free Press" by Charles L. Arthur, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1968); Invitation to The Inaugural Ball Honoring Governor and Mrs. Robert W. Scott (1968); Letter from President-Elect Richard M. Nixon [automated signature] (1968); This is Not a Flower or Where it's At. E.C.U. [Collection of critical essays against East Carolina University] edited by Paul Allen (1968); Read this Piece of Timely News That Was Refused by The East Carolinian by Phyllis Bridgeman (1968); Correspondenc, including Fletcher Green and Senator B. Everett Jordan (1968). 73 items. 124 p.
      Correspondence (1968). 52 items. 72 p.
      Evaluation of a Dewey Grantham essays by Joseph F. Steelman for the University of North Carolina Press (1968). 1 item. 14 p.
      NC House Bill 1395 Entitling an Act to Regulate Visiting Speakers at State Supported College and Univeristies [copy] (1963); The Progressive Democratic Convention of 1914 in North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman [2 copies] (1967); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1969). 45 items. 118 p.
      Democratic Party interest correspondence, including Senator B. Everett Jordan, Congressman Walter B. Jones, and Governor Robert Scott (1969); Letter to The Administrative Body of East Carolina University from the Black Student Body, citing complaints and demands on racial relations improvement (1969); Note on "bomb threats" from Dr. Robert L. Holt, including Title 18, section 837(d) of the Federal Code against "bomb threats" (ca. 1969); East Carolina Manuscript . . Collection . . . published by ECC [pamphlet] (ca. 1966); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham, Fletcher Green, and Robert F. Durden (1969). 52 items. 62 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence pertaining to the Vietnam War and Nixon Administration, including Senator B. Everett Jordan, Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1969); Congressional Record [reprints] Proceedings and Debates of Congress involving Speeches and Ideals of Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. Vols. 113-115, No. 21-159 [10 items] (1967-1969); Bill S. 782 [reprint] (1969); Letter to The Administrative Body of East Carolina University from the Black Student Body, citing complaints and demands on racial relations improvement (1969); An Explanation of Our Demands by the Black Student Body of ECC [2 copies] (1969); North Carolina Politics and the New Deal by Robert F. Durden (1970); Correspondence (1969-1970). 81 items. 152 p.
      The Future South and Higher Education by Dewey W. Grantham, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History Vol. 35, No. 2 [2 tearsheets and rough draft] (1969); Memorandum to Faculty Members summarizing the demands of Black Students [2 copies] (1969); Argument for Endowed Professorships by Joseph F. Steelman [2 copies] (1969); The Progressive Democratic Convention of 1914 in North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1969); Correspondence, including Arthur Link (1969); Elizabeth City State College Fine Arts Festival [program] including oversized Inaugural Edition of ECSC published The Compass (1969) removed. 43 items. 111 p.
      Political Correspondence concerning the Vietnam War and the Nixon Administration including statements and correspondence by Senator B. Everett Jordan, NC Congressman L. H. Fountain, Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1970-1971); Bill S. 3936 [concerning speedy trials, copy] (1970); H.Con. Res. 318 [concerning American prisoners, copy] (1971); The Murfreesboro Historical Association, Inc. Membership Campaign (1970); What the University of North Carolina Meant to Me: A Report to the Chancellors and Presidents and to the People with Whom I Have Lived and Worked from 1914 to 1969 by Albert Coates, review by Joseph F. Steelman for The North Carolina Historical Review [2 copies] (1970); Liberalism in the New South: Southern Social Reformers and the Progressive Movement by Hugh C. Bailey, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History Vol. 36, No. 2 [tearsheet, 4 copies] (1970); Correspondence including Dewey Grantham and Fletcher Green (1970). 118 items. 155 p.
      American Association of University Professors ECC Chapter Newsletter Vol. 1, No. 1 (1970); "Liberalism in the New South: Southern Social Reformers and the Progressive Movement" by Hugh C. Bailey, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Journal of Southern History [4 drafts] (1970); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green (1970). 51 items. 73 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Committee Minutes; Submitted Works, Comments and Reviews.
       
      "What the University of North Carolina Meant to Me" by Albert Coates, review by Joseph F. Steelman [2 drafts] (ca. 1970); O. Max Gardner: A Biography by Joseph L. Morrison, comments by Joseph F. Steelman for UNC Press (1970); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1970). 46 items. 78 p.
      Biography of Charles Kuralt [list] by Joseph F. Steelman (1970); Robert D. W. Connor Award from The Historical Society of North Carolina to Joseph F. Steelman [signed copy] (1970); Correspondence, including Gov. Robert Scott, Congressman L.H. Fountain, Fletcher Green, Arthur Link, and Dewey Grantham (1969-1970). 40 items. 46 p.
      The North Carolina Conference of the American Association of University Professors Fall Newsletter (1970); Affirmation of the Relevance of Survey Courses in History by Joseph F. Steelman (1970); Correspondence, including Gov. Robert Scott (1970). 30 items. 55 p.
      The State Literary and Historical Association 1900-1950 by William Burlie Brown [copy] (1951); Constitutions and Award Guidelines of The State Literary and Historical Association [copy] (ca. 1951); Memorandum for Proposal of a Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award for The North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, Inc. by Dr. H. G. Jones (1969); Summation of Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award by Joseph F. Steelman (1970); North Carolina State Literary and Historical Association Correspondence, including H.G. Jones and Charles Kuralt [copy] (1970); Correspondence (1970). 38 items. 107 p.
      North Carolina State Literary and Historical Association Correspondence, including H.G. Jones (1970); Correspondence, (1970). 59 items. 89 p.
      Biographical Sketch of Lala Carr Steelman [author unknown] (ca. 1973); Old Petersburg and the Broad River Valley of Georgia by Ellis Merton Coulter, review by Lala Carr Steelman for State Department of Archives and History [tearsheet] (1966); "Class Origins of the 'New South'; Planter Persistence and Industry in North Carolina" by Dwight B. Billings, review by Lala Carr Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [2 copies] (1983); Correspondence pertaining to Lala Carr Steelman (1961-1983). 62 items. 83 p.
      "Theodore Roosevelt and the Art of Controversy. Episodes of the White House Years" by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1971); "Charles Kuralt . . . CBS News Correspondent" biography released by CBS News [author unknown] (1970); The University of North Carolina Policies, Procedures, and Disciplinary Actions in Cases of Disruption of Educational Process [copy] (1970); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green (1970-1971). 58 items. 95 p.
      Correspondence, including Arthur Link and Dewey Grantham (1971). 20 items. 22 p.
      American Bar Foundation Grant in Legal History proposal by Joseph F. Steelman [includes instructions and 3 proposal copies] (1971); Organizational Format for the Revision of the 1913 "North Carolina Manual" [author unknown] (ca. 1971); Correspondence, including Arthur Link and Fletcher Green (1971). 71 items. 103 p.
      Political Correspondence concerning the Vietnam War and Nixon Administration including statements and correspondence by Congressman Richardson Preyer, Congressman Walter B. Jones (1971); "Theodore Roosevelt and the Art of Controversy. Episodes of the White House Years" by Willard B. Gatewood, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (ca. 1971); American Historical Review Questionnaire submitted to and answered by the North Carolina Historical Review (1971); Summation of Christopher Crittenden Memorial Award [author unknown] (1971); American Association of University Professors North Carolina Conference published Newsletter (1971); Correspondence, including H.G. Jones (1971). 63 items. 124 p.
      Correspondence (1972). 19 items. 29 p.
      American Bar Center published News from the American Bar Association announcing Research Fellowships (1972); The Commercial Appeal article Mid-South Memoirs - Self-Styled Arkansas Socialist Organized Tenant Farmer Union by Paul R. Coppock [copy] (1972); "Protestantism, Populism, and the New South: Baptists, Methodists, and Social Change in North Carolina, 1894-1903" by Frederick A. Bode, editorial comments by Joseph F. Steelman for Louisiana State University Press (1972); "Selling Conservatism in the Tar Heel State 1891-1920" by John R. Ross, report by Joseph F. Steelman for State Dept. of Archives and History (1972); Correspondence, including Fletcher Green and Dewey Grantham (1972). 61 items. 90 p.
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      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning elections and the Nixon Administration, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., Senator B. Everett Jordan, and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1972); Crowell-Collier Educational Corporation contract for Joseph F. Steelman to compose a history of North Carolina for "Collier's Encyclopedia" (1972); The Public Career of Augustus Octavius Bacon by Lala Carr Steelman (1951); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1972); The Chapel Hill Weekly article Memorial Tribute To John Snell Jr. by George B. Tindall [oversized] (1972) removed;. 78 items. 102 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning elections and the Nixon Administration, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., Senator Edward M. Kennedy [automated signature], and Senator George McGovern [automated signature] (1972); "The Changing Politics of the South"edited by William C. Havard, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Journal of Southern History (1972); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1972); McGovern-Shriver Campaign Committee produced The Truth About Vietnam Now by George McGovern [oversized poster] (1972) removed. 70 items. 139 p.
      A Symposium on the History of Tobacco and the North Carolina Tobacco Society presented by the Institute for Historical Research in Tobacco and the Division of Continuing Education of East Carolina University [program, 3 copies with notes] (1973); Memorandum concerning Martin J. Kilcoyne's denial of tenure and a verbatim analysis of the case (1973); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland, Dewey Grantham, and Robert F. Durden (1973). 42 items. 66 p.
      A History of the Christian Church in the South by Durwood T. Stokes and William T. Scott, commentary by Joseph F. Steelman for University of North Carolina Press (1973); "The Papers of William Alexander Graham. Vol V: 1857-1963." edited by Max R. Williams and J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Office of Archives and History (1974); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1973). 64 items. 107 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning Nixon's Administration and Impeachment, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., congressman L.H. Fountain, and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1973); Congressional Record, statement by Senator Mike Mansfield [copy] (1974); Public Citizen published Richard Nixon: Decision for the People [pamphlet] (ca. 1973); Republican National Committee published Ten Reasons Why the Equal Rights Amendment Should Be Ratified . . . (ca. 1973); "North Carolina: The History of a Southern State" by Hugh T. Lefler and Albert Ray Newsome, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Greenville Daily Reflector (1973); Greenville Daily Reflector article A Major Tar Heel History Updated In a New Version by Joseph F. Steelman (1973); North Carolina Conference American Association of University Professors Newsletter (1973); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1973). 75 items. 106 p.
      Atlas of North Carolina Chapter I "History" by William Powell, prepared by Joseph F. Steelman for University of North Carolina Press (1974); The Present Program of the National Historical Publications Commission (1973); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1971-1974). 44 items. 95p.
      Correspondence (1974). 45 items. 60 p.
      "The Politics of Inertia: The Election of 1876 and the End of Reconstruction" by Keith Ian Polakoff, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1974); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Constitution (ca. 1974); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1974). 51 items. 60 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning Nixon's Impeachment and Ford's pardon of Nixon, including letters and statements by Congressman Walter B. Jones and Congressman Richard Preyer, (1974); "The Papers of William Alexander Graham. Vol V: 1857-1963." edited by Max R. Williams and J. G. de Roulhac Hamilton, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Office of Archives and History [4 tearsheets] (1974); Dedication of the Lawrence Fay Brewster Building of East Carolina University [program] (1974); Invitation to the Dedication of the Lawrence Fay Brewster Building of East Carolina University (1974); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland and Robert F. Durden (1974). 74 items. 84 p.
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      ECU News Bureau article concerning Preyer Papers received by ECU (1975); ECU News Bureau article concerning Reports of Rift in Medschool Planning (1975); UNC News Bureau biography of William Stevens Powell (1971); ECU News Bureau article concerning Outer Banks Film on UNC-TV (1974); ECU News Bureau article concerning Brewster Scholar to Be Honored (1974); ECU Salaries 1973-74 and 1974-75 (1975); Biography of Dr. Bodo Nischan by Joseph F. Steelman (1975); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1961-1975). 39 items. 56 p.
      The Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, Correspondence to Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman from William S. Powell (1973-1978). 26 items. 56 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1975-1977); Part I. 16 items. 79 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1975-1977); Part II. 91 items. 132 p.
      Papers on North Carolina for Encyclopedia of Southern History (1975-1979). 11 items. 201 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1972-1976); The Durham Sun article N.C. Historical Society Can Claim Descent From Charter Given In 1833 by Dr. H.G. Jones [copy and actual] (1975); Goldsboro New-Argus article Histoical Society Had Precarious Life by Dr. H. G. Jones (1975); Greensboro Daily News obituary Mrs. Thorne, Quaker Author, Teacher, Dies [author unknown] (1976); Biography of Dorothy Lloyd Gilbert Thorne [author unknown] (ca. 1976). 82 items. 125 p.
      Democratic Party Correspondence concerning elections and policies, including Congressman Walter B. Jones, Congressman Richard Preyer, Governor Jim Hunt (1975-1979); Senator Robert Morgan [newsletter] Report to the People (1978); That Lean and Hungry Look by Suzanne Britt Jordan [copy of article] (ca. 1976); Certificate of Appreciation from Lieutenant Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. to Mrs. Joseph Steelman (ca. 1976); Correspondence (1975-1977). 60 items. 71 p.
      Joint Committee on the Status of History in the Public Schools Correspondence and Statements, including Robert F. Durden and H.G. Jones (1975-1976); The Organization of American Historians published The Status of History in the Schools by Richard S. Kirkendall [pamphlet] (1975); North Carolina Dept. of Public Instruction published A Focus on People, Culture, and Change [booklet, with fold out sheets] (ca. 1976) removed. 35 items. 96 p.
      The Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter (1975); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Constitution (ca. 1975); The Association of Historians of Eastern North Carolina Bylaws (1974); ECU Dept. of History Tenth Annual Symposium on History and The Social Studies [program] (1975); The Florida Governor in the Twentieth Century: An Historical-Political Study by David R. Colburn and Richard K. Scher [project description] (ca. 1975); ECU News Bureau article concerning History Scholar gets Graduate Fellowship at South Carolina [2 copies] (1975); Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 Student Certification [form] (ca. 1974); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland and Governor Jim Hunt (1975). 81 items. 106 p.
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      ECU Sponsored Programs Bulletin (1975); ECU News Bureau aritcle Rp. Walter Jones Donates Papers to ECU [2 copies] (1975); The North Carolina Humanities Committee [program funding pamphlet] (1975); The Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [2 copies] (1975); UNC Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1975); Goldsboro New-Argus article Histoical Society Had Precarious Life by Dr. H. G. Jones [3 copies] (1975); Correspondence including Congressman David Henderson, Congressman Walter B. Jones, and J. Isaac Copeland (1975); Greensboro Record editorial article concerning the Spanish-American War [oversized copy] (1975) removed; National Historical Publications and Records Commission newsletter Annotation [oversized] (1975) removed. 79 items. 102 p.
      Who's Who of American Women biography of Lala Carr Steelman [highlight list] (ca. 1974); General Assembly of North Carolina House Bill 432 [copy] (1973); ECU News Bureau articles [9 pages] (1974-1975); The North Carolina Humanities Committee newsletter Humanities [2 copies] (1974); Raleigh News and Observer article by Charles Craven concerning "North Carolina's Role in the Spanish-American War" by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1975); Statement by Dr. Leo W. Jenkins on accreditation for a four-year, degree-granting School of Medicine at ECU (1974); ECU published The Tobacco Export Trade and Its Impact Upon the North Carolina Area [pamphlet] (1975); Correspondence, including Congressman L.H. Fountain, Congressman Walter B. Jones, and Robert F. Durden (1974-1975). 106 items. 151 p.
      North Carolina's Role in the Spanish-American War by Joseph F. Steelman in Journal of Southern History Vol. 42, No.1 [notification of publication tearsheet] (1976); Charles A. Beard and American Foreign Policy by Thomas C. Kennedy [advertisement and order form] (ca. 1976); Raleigh News and Observer article Junior Historians Get Into Bicentennial Act by Linda Livengood (1976); ECU News Bureau articles [4 p.] (1976); Correspondence (1976). 67 items. 117 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1976); Memorandum from North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources Division of Archives and History Director Larry E. Tise concerning insufficient funding (1976); Correspondence (1976). 46 items. 91 p.
      ECU News Bureau article [1 p.] (1976); Council for Basic Education Bulletin (1975); Raleigh News and Observer article Are Our Schools Moving 'Beyond Freedom and Dignity'? By Mattie Erma E. Parker (1976); "Origins of a Southern Mosaic: Studies of Early Carolina and Georgia" review by Lala Carr Steelman (1976); Correspondence (1976). 64 items. 88 p.
      The American Governor in the South by David R. Colburn and Richard K. Scher [proposal] (1973); "North Carolina Atlas: Protrait of a Changing Southern State" edited by James W. Clay, Douglas M. Orr, Jr., and Alfred W. Stuart, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1976); ECU News Bureau article [1 p.] (1976); Correspondence (1973-1976). 57 items. 116 p.
      ECU Dept. of History sponsored Twelfth Annual symposium on History and The Social Studies [program, 2 copies] (1976); UNC Chapel Hill News Bureau biography of George Brown Tindall (1974); Comments from Governor Jim Hunt on Dept. of Cultural Resources and the cultural policy for the state (1976); UNC Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1976); ECU Student Government Association with Dept. of History present a public lecture on The American Revolution: An Explanation by Dr. Jack P. Green [flyer, 2 copies] (1976); ECU News Bureau articles [7 p.] (1976); Correspondence (1976). 67 items. 87 p.
      NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Memorandum on Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Meeting (1977); Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1977); ECU Joyner Library published Manuscript News [2 copies] (1977); Correspondence (1977). 28 items. 133 p.
      ECU memorandum concerning Equal Rights Amendment with Pro's and Con's and comments by Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. (1977); ECU N.C. Federation of Teachers letter [explaination of intent] (1977); ECU News Bureau article [1 p.] (1977); Correspondence (1977). 60 items. 121 p.
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      Southern Historical Association, 1934 - [short history, author unknown] (ca. 1977); Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1977); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1977); ECU N.C. Federation of Teachers letter [recruitment propaganda] (1977); St. Augustine, 1964: Racial Conflict and Community Change by David R. Colburn [proposal endorsed by Joseph F. Steelman] (1977); Correspondence, including the NC Senate and House of Representatives, concerning Division of Archives and History funds (1977); Correspondence, including Governor James Hunt (1977). 107 items. 144 p.
      Wall St. Journal article A Surfeit of Southern Fried Chic by George B. Tindall [copy] (1977); Department of Cultural Resources and Division of Archives and History Supplemental Budget Requests for 1977-1979 (1977); North Carolina Historical Commission and Division of Archives Fund Appropriation and Powers Correspondence (1977); Bill H.B. 1034, An Act To Expand the Membership and Powers of the North Carolina Historical Commission [copy] (1977); "The Papers of William Alexander Graham, Vol VI: 1864-1865." edited by Max R. Williams, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Journal of Southern History [2 drafts] (1977); ECU News Bureau article [3 p.] (1977); Correspondence (1977). 38 items. 58 p.
      Fletcher Green 1895-1978 [biography draft] by Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman (1978); Expansion Budget Requests of The North Carolina Division of Archives and History Department of Cultural Resources 1979-1981 Biennium (1978); "Radical Protest and Social Structure: The Southern Farmers' Alliance and Cotton Tenancy, 1880-1890" by Michael Schwartz, review by Joseph F. Steelman for N.C. Historical Review (1978); Correspondence (1978). 42 items. 67 p.
      Bracebridge Hall/Carr Estate Proposed Transmission Line Concerns and Correspondence (1978); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources letter stating Lala Carr Steelmans appointed membership by Governor James Hunt, Jr. to the North Carolina Historical Records Advisory Committee (1978); The Bank of Chapel Hill correspondence to Vice Pres. Calvin Coolidge concerning a position on Harding's cabinet for John M. Morehead [copy] (1920); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Memorandum on Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Meeting (1978); The North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Program [statement of purpose and criteria] (1978); Fletcher Melvin Green, A Memorial presented to the Faculty Council of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by J. Isaac Copeland, James L. Godrey, Frank W. Klingberg, George E. Mowry, J. Carlyle Sitterson, George V. Taylor, and Ceorge B. Tindall, Chairman [biography and draft] (1978); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland (1978). 51 items. 99 p.
      A Memorial Tribure to Fletcher M. Green 1895-1978 Presented to the Historical Society of North Carolina by Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman [final copy and 2 drafts] (1978); Fletcher Melvin Green, A Memorial presented to the Faculty Council of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by J. Isaac Copeland, James L. Godrey, Frank W. Klingberg, George E. Mowry, J. Carlyle Sitterson, George V. Taylor, and Ceorge B. Tindall, Chairman [biography and draft] (1978); Correspondence (1978). 36 items. 84 p.
      Appalachian State University History Dept. Conference - Living with History: A Conference on the Role of Local History in Western North Carolina [2 copies] (1978); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1978); Collection of Chapel Hill Weekly, Durham Morning Herald, Alumni Review, Greensboro Daily News, and Raleigh News and Observer articles concerning Fletcher M. Green [copies, 14 p.] (1933-1978); A Memorial presented to the Faculty Council of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by J. Isaac Copeland, James L. Godrey, Frank W. Klingberg, George E. Mowry, J. Carlyle Sitterson, George V. Taylor, and Ceorge B. Tindall, Chairman [copy] (1978); Correspondence (1978). 26 items. 80 p.
      National Coordinating Committee for the Promotion of History [pamphlet] (ca. 1978); Correspondence (1978). 29 items. 37 p.
      Personnel Information Supplement for Lala Carr Steelman 1978-1979 (1979); A Joint Resolution Creating a Committee To Examine the Facility Needs of the North Carolina Museum of History, The North Carolina State Archives, and other State History Programs and to Develop a Comprehensive Plan for Meeting Those Needs (ca. 1979); Correspondence (1978-1979). 31 items. 82 p.
      UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The News Letter (1977); ECU News Bureau articles [6 p.] (1978); New Publications from the National Archives Collections [pamphlet] (ca. 1978); Draft Report of the History Committee (1978); Bylaws of the Friends of the Archives, Inc. (ca.1978); North Carolina Humanities Committee newsletter (1977); Organization of American Historians newsletter (1978); American Historical Association published Yale University and Dr. Herbert Aptheker: A Report of the American Historical Association-Organization of American Historians Committee on the Defense of the Rights of Historians under the First Amendment (1977); North Carolina Humanities Committee newsletter (1978); Correspondence (1978). 55 items. 115 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1978); Joint Committee on the Status of History in the Public Schools Tentative and Revised Position Papers by George E. Melton (ca. 1978); ECU NC Federation of Teachers, Local 3612 proposal on retirement (1978); Correspondence (1978). 52 items. 83 p.
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      Dictionary of North Carolina Biography Correspondence (1978); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources memorandum concerning Smith's Ferry Highway Historical Marker and Letter from C. Stanton Coats [copies] (1975-1979); Southern Historical Association, 1934 - [short history, author unknown, 2 copies] (ca. 1977); Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1978); Correspondence (1978-1979). 31 items. 66 p.
      ECU Invitation to the Installation of John McDade Howell as Chancellor (1982); Correspondence (1982). 8 items. 8 p.
      Working for North Carolina: A Look at Employee Benefits [newsletter] (1979); In Press at the Reprint Company, Publishers announcement for Abstracts of Vial Records From Raleigh, North Carolina, Newspapers 1799-1819 (ca 1979); Commentary on a Paper by Jack Roper Before the Organization of Historians in Eastern North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman (1979); Notes on works in progress by Joseph F. Steelman (1979); Progress and History: U.B. Phillips and C. Vann Woodward Create a Southern Dialectic on Race by Jack Roper (1979); Correspondence (1979). 31 items. 85 p.
      East Carolina Manuscript Collection Manuscript News [newsletter, 2 copies] (1979); Correspondence (1979). 40 items. 62 p.
      Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter (1979); East Carolina Federation of Teachers, Local 3612 Newsletter (1979); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1979); North Carolina Humanities Committee Newsletter (1979); UNC Chapel Hill Manuscripts Department Description of #4037 Alfred Moore Scales 1870-1940 Papers (1979); The Asheville Citizen article Are Tar Heel Students Being Taught History? [copy, author unknown] (1978); "Virginians Remember Woodrow Wilson," edited by Raymond F. Pisney, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review (1979); Southern Historical Association, 1934 - [short history, author unknown, 2 copies] (ca. 1977); Correspondence, including J. Isaac Copeland and Allen Going (1979). 61 items. 101 p.
      East Carolina Federation of Teachers, Local 3612 Newsletter (1980); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee memorandum of curtailment to maintenance level (1979); "Carolina Comments" article General Assembly Appropriates $4 Million for State's History by Larry Tise [draft] (1979); Revisions to the Bylaws of the Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina (1979); Correspondence (1979). 40 items. 75 p.
      National Historical Publications and Records Commission Records Program Report No. 79-2 (1979); National Endowment for the Humanities Research Grant Application for Robert J. Cain (1979); National Endowment for the Humanities Research Grant Application for Lois S. Neal (1979); Strange Careers Indeed: C. Vann Woodward, John Hope Franklin, and the Institution of Jim Crow by Jack Roper [draft] (ca. 1979); Correspondence (1979). 41 items. 118 p.
      Vita for Lala Carr Steelman (1980); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Manuscript News [newsletter, 2 copies] (1980); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Annual Report 1977-1978 by Director Donald R. Lennon (1978); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Manuscript News [newsletter] (1979); Article Two R's are enough to test [author and source unknown] (1979); Article New debate coming over public education by Claude Sitton [source unknown] (1979); Article Enrollments on UNC campuses [author and source unknown] (1979); Article A look at the numbers [author and source unknown] (1979); Raleigh News and Observer articles UNC system tuition costs and Tuition varies at campuses [author unknown] (1979); Raleigh News and Observer article Legislature accommodates 'money-changers' by Ferrel Guillory (1979); Article Question of 'easier' competency test is cloudy by Dr. W. James Popham [source unknown] (1979); Correspondence (1979). 36 items. 73 p.
      North Carolina Historical Review articles scheduled and accepted and Publication of Pamphlets by the Division of Archives and History by Memory F. Mitchell (1980). 3 items. 13 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina notification of Lala Carr Steelman winning the Robert D.W. Connor Award (1980); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [2 copies] (1980); The Friends of the Archives, Inc. [newsletter] (1980); ECU Pieces of Eight [newsletter, March, April] (1980); American Historical Association Newsletter (1980); Correspondence (1980). 67 items. 103 p.
      "Frank Porter Graham: A Southern Liberal." By Warren Ashby, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1980); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1980); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham and Senator Robert Morgan (1980). 48 items. 65 p.
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      Tribute to Edward W. Phifer, Jr. by Memory F. Mitchell for Historical Society of North Carolina (1980); NC Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Correspondence and Concerns (1980); General Assembly of North Carolina Session 1979, House Bill 1706: An Act to Enhance the Highway Historical Marker Program [copy] (1980); Correspondence (1980). 43 items. 56 p.
      Southern Historical Association Correspondence, Paper Proposals, and Membership Concerns (1980-1981); Correspondence, including Arthur Link (1980). 81 items. 157 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence and Minutes (1980); National Endowment for the Humanities Correspondence and Guidelines (1980); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application for Alexa C. Williams (1980); "Social Science in America: The First Two Hundred Years" edited by Charles M. Bonjean, Louis Schneider, and Robert L. Lineberry, review by Buford Rhea for the American Journal of Sociology (1980); Constitution of the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association (1980); Correspondence (1980). 48 items. 101 p.
      Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter [May, January] (1980); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Annual Report 1979-1980 (1980); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1979); North Carolina Humanities Committee Newsletter (1980); North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Requests for Relocation Markers J 37 Weitzel's Mill, and J 2 David Caldwell, and Proposal for J 79 Sit-ins (1980); Reform and Regrowth entry by Joseph F. Steelman for Collier's Encyclopedia (1980); Correspondence (1980). 37 items. 77 p.
      East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [October, August-Sept, April (2 copies)] (1981); East Carolina University Proposed Tenure Statement for Dept. of History (ca. 1981); Objects of Art in the East Campus Library [Duke University] by Henrietta S. McBee and Betty I. Young (1979); "Domiciliary Home Residents' Bill of Rights (ca. 1981); National Historical Publications and Records Commission published Annotation [newsletter] (1981); ECU Office of the Chancellor published Trustee Newsletter (1981); ECU Pieces of Eight [newsletter] (1981); ECU Manuscript Collection Manuscript News [newsletter] (1981); Analysis of the Governor's Retirement Proposal (ca. 1981); ECU Manuscript Collections Annual Report 1980-1981 (1981); Correspondence (1981). 33 items. 79 p.
      National Endowment for the Humanities Correspondence and Guidelines (1981); Resolution of the ECU Dept. of History concerning denied rank of Professorship to Dr. Fred D. Ragan [3 copies] (1981); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina published Newsletter [2.5 copies] (1981); General Assembly of NC Session 1981 Ratified Bill Chapter 1079 House Bill 641 An Act to Enhance the Highway Historical Marker Program [copy] (1981); American Historical Association published Newsletter (1981); Correspondence (1981). 72 items. 119 p.
      Historical Societies Correspondence concerning Federal elimination of National Historical Publications and Records Commission funding (1981); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [March] (1981); Coalition to Save Our Documentary Heritage [author unknown, 2 copies] (1981); NHPRC Records Program Report No. 81-1 (1981); Correspondence (1981). 30 items. 59 p.
      National Endowment for the Humanities exhibit proposal for Migration of Scotch-Irish to NC, approval by Joseph F. Steelman (1981); National Historical Publications and Records Commission State Board Assessment and Reporting Grants (1981); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1981); Correspondence (1981). 29 items. 45 p.
      National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Public Programs Project PN-20385 "Four Southern Cities During the Civil Rights Era: A Media Presentation" Proposal and Review Information for Joseph F. Steelman (1980-1981). 5 items. 100 p.
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      Morgan Printers Custom First Proof of historical essay collection, including Leonidas Lafayette Polk, North Carolina Alliancemen, and Some Conflicts of Agrarian Leadership, 1887-1892 by Lala Carr Steelman (1981). 6 items. 67 p.
      "Man Over Money." The Southern Populist Critique of American Capitalism. By Bruce Palmer, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1981); Family Structure and IQ: Artifact of Condition at Birth? By Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. and James A. Mercy for American Sociological Review [2 copies, 2 tearsheets] (1981); Unconfounding the Confluence Model: A Test of Sibship Size and Birth-Order Effects on Intelligence by Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. and James A. Mercy for American Sociological Review [tearsheet] (1980); National Endowment for the Humanities Division of Public Programs Museums and Historical Organizations Humanities Projects (ca. 1981) - Part 1
      East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 published Newsletter [2 copies] (1981); East Carolina Manuscript Collection published Manuscript News (1981); NC Highway Historical Marker Advisory Committee Correspondence and Minutes (1981); "Sex and Prejudice Among White Protestants: Like or Unlike Ethinic Prejudice" by Charles Peek and Sharon Brown, comments by Brian Powell and Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. [2 drafts] (1981); A Tale of Two Variables: A Review of Family Size and Birth-Order Effects on Intellectual Development by Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. [draft] (1981); Greenville Daily Reflector article Henry's Papers Being Edited from the ECU News Bureau (1981); Correspondence (1981). 52 items. 124 p.
      General Assembly of NC Session 1981 House Bill 641 entitled An Act to Enhance the Highway Historical Marker Program [copy] (1981); Certificate of Copyright Registration # TX 727-161 for Of Tar Heel Towns, Shipbuilders, Reconstructionists and Alliancemen edited by Joseph F. Steelman (1981); Certificate of Copyright Registration # TX 779-852 for The Confluence Model Reconsidered: The Effects of Sibship Size and Birth Order on Test Performance Under Varying Conditions for Children and Teenagers by Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. (1981); Governor Jim Hunt "Good Roads Program" propaganda, including North Carolina: The Good Roads State [pamphlet], Raleigh News and Observer article Helms machine and fat cats go after Hunt by Claude Sitton [copy], and list of arguments for the "Good Roads Program" (1981); Commissioner of Social Security response to Joseph F. Steelman's inquiry concerning the Reagan Administration's Social Security proposals (1981); Correspondence (1981). 53 items. 72 p.
      Evaluation of National Endowment for the Humanities Project PN-20385 "Four Southern Cities During the Civil Rights Era: A Media Presentation" by Joseph F. Steelman (1981); Draft copies for sessions for the Southern Historical Association Program [43 p.] (1981); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1981). 83 items. 89 p.
      "Of Tar Heel Towns, Shipbuilders, Reconstructionists and Alliancemen: Papers in North Carolina History" edited by Joseph F. Steelman, review by Robert L. Byrd [copy] (1982); ECU Manuscript Committee special meeting memorandum concerning Manuscript Collection Vehicle title (1982); UNC Chapel Hill Dept. of History published The Newsletter (1980); Hugh Talmage Lefler biography by William S. Powell for Historical Society of NC [2 copies] (1982); Paul Eliot Green biography by William S. Powell for Historical Society of NC [2 copies] (1982); Constitution of the Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina (1982); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1982); J.P. Morgan, Jr. 1867-1943 by John Douglas Forbes, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books (1982); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [March] (1982); The Democratic National Committee Insider's Report [newsletter] (1982); Correspondence, including Congressman Charlie Rose (1982). 72 items. 112 p.
      Governor Jim Hunt letter to Lala Carr Steelman appointing her a member of the State Historical Records Advisory Committee [copy] (1982); Invitation to the Inauguration of Edwin Gibson Speir, Jr. as the eighth President of Georgia College (1982);East Carolina Manuscript Collection Annual Report 1981-1982 (1982); Southern Historical Association Correspondence and Membership Concerns (1982); The Herbert R. Paschal, Jr. Memorial Fund [draft] (1982); The State Capitol Foundation, Inc. published We Can Turn Back Time, With Your Help . . . [pamphlet] concerning NC Capitol restoration (1982); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Feb.] (1982); Manuscript biography of William Woods Holden by Horace W. Raper, comments by Joseph F. Steelman for University of North Carolina Press (1982); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1982); Correspondence (1982); 53 items. 98 p.
      Journal of the National Archives Prologue [copy] article concerning work of former Steelman student, Cynthia G. Fox (1982); Murfreesboro Historical Association, Inc. News Letter (1982); Manuscript biography of William Woods Holden by Horace W. Raper, comments by Joseph F. Steelman for University of North Carolina Press (1982); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [2 copies] (1982); Governor Jim Hunt letter to Lala Carr Steelman appointing her a member of the State Historical Records Advisory Committee (1982); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Summer, May-June; 2 of each] (1982); Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr. Memorial Fund Description (1982); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, 2 copies] Manuscript News (1982); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application for Cletus Daniel (1982); Correspondence (1982); State Capitol/Visitor Services Section of Division of Archives and History published The Capitol of North Carolina [pamphlet] oversized (1982) removed. 73 items. 122 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, including biographies of Walter Conrad Gass by Elmer L. Puryear, and Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr. by Joseph F. Steelman (1983); Yesterday in the Hills by Floyd C. Watkins and Charles Hubert Watkins, review by Lala Carr Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review (1983); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter (1983); Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter (1983); ECU Evaluation ratings of Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman (1983); North Carolina Institute of Applied History [newsletter] Institute News (1982); ECU Library [newsletter] Library Notes (1983); ECU Installation of John McDade Howell as Chancellor Guest and Member of Faculty cards (1983); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [2 copies] (1983); ECU Spring Lecture-Seminar Series with Guest Speaker Ralph Nader [program] (1983); Correspondence (1983). 53 items. 91 p.
      National Endowment for the Humanities grant application for Clifford R. Lovin (1981); Testing an Undertested Comparison: Maternal Effects on Sons' and Daughters' Attitudes Toward Women in the Labor Force by Brian Powell and Lala Carr Steelman, Jr. (1981); The Dept. of Transportation Cost Improvement Achievements (1981); Governor Hunt's Highway Program (1981); Memorandum from Governor Jim Hunt, Jr.'s Office concerning taxes and rate of growth [includes graphs] (1981); Correspondence, including Congressman Bill Hefner and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1981) - Part 2. 31 items. 146
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      Southern Association of Women Historians Newsletter [May] (1983); National Historical Publications and Records Commission Grant Application for Lewis R. Miller (1983); General Assembly of North Carolina Session 1983 Senate Bill 142 Full Retirement After 27 Years [2 copies] (1983); General Assembly of North Carolina Session 1983 Senate Bill 175 Full Retirement After 25 Years [2 copies] (1983); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Nov-Dec, August] (1982-1983); Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones (1983). 34 items. 106 p.
      "Kentucky Fighting Men, 1861-1945" by Richard G. Stone, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books [draft and copy] (1982); ECU published The Herbert R. Paschal, Jr. Memorial Fund [pamphlet, 2 copies] (ca. 1982); ECU published Quality Affirmed [pamphlet] (ca. 1982); ECU Invitation for the inauguration of The Lawrence F. Brewster Annual Lecture in History presented by Arthur Link (1982); North Carolina Historical Records Advisory Committee Statement of Problems and Recommendations Needs/Assessment Survey (1982); ECU Unions Artists Series Committee Presents Elly Ameling [program] (1983); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Sept., 2 copies] (1982); Correspondence (1982-1983). 55 items. 73 p.
      East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall] Manuscript News (1982); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Dec-Jan] (1981-1982); ECU News Bureau article [2 pages] (1982); ECU Invitation for the inauguration of The Lawrence F. Brewster Annual Lecture in History presented by Arthur Link (1982); Correspondence (1982). 22 items. 63 p.
      ECU News Bureau article [2 pages] (1982); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall] Manuscript News (1982); George McCready Price and the Intellectual Origins of "Scientific Creationism" [graph] by Ronald L. Numbers (ca. 1982); ECU Invitation for the Installation of John McDade Howell as Chancellor of the University (1982); Correspondence (1982). 27 items. 39 p.
      Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Sept, 2 copies] (1982); ECU Regional Development Institute [newsletter] Regional Report [Sept] (1982); Correspondence (1982). 24 items. 30 p.
      The Friends of the Archives, Inc. published [newsletter, June] FOA News (1983); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Spring, 2 copies] Manuscript News (1983); Walter Conard Gass [biography] by Elmer L. Puryear (ca. 1983); Herbert Richard Paschal, Jr. 1927-1982 [biography] by Joseph F. Steelman (ca. 1983); National Endowment for the Humanities request for evaluation of Marvin L.M. Kay NEH Grant Application (1983); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1983); Greenville Daily Reflector oversized article Fascinating Insights Into Earlier N.C. History by Jerry Raynor, concerning ECU Dept. of History's fifth volume of publication (1981) removed. 35 items. 110 p.
      Raleigh Spectator articles by Noel Yancey and Phyllis Tyler concerning Dr. Hugh Lefler [copies] (1983); Association of Historican in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Sept, 2 copies] (1983); Correspondence (1983). 18 items. 23 p.
      Society of North Carolina Archivists Constitution (1984); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall-Winter, 2 copies] Manuscript News (1983-1984); "Southern Progressivism: The Reconciliation of Progress and Tradition" by Dewey W. Grantham, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review (1984); North Carolina Humanities Committee Newsletter [Fall] (1983); Raleigh Spectator article by Phylis Tyler concerning Dr. Marcus Simpson (1983); Correspondence (1983-1984). 31 items. 60 p.
      Organization of American Historians Biographical Data for 1983 Nominees (1983); Governor Jim Hunt letter to Lala Carr Steelman appointing her a member of the North Carolina Historical Commission (1983); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 published What Have We Done?/What Are Our Goals? (1982); "Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920" by Robert M. Crunden, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Georgia Historical Quarterly (1983); ECU Evaluation of the Dept. of History (ca. 1983); Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation Grant Application for ECU Foundation, Inc. for the ECU Publications in History (1983); The Cannon Foundation, Incorporated by Joseph F. Steelman [4 drafts] (1983); Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation by Joseph F. Steelman [draft] (1983); Notes on The Cannon Foundation, including North Carolina and Forbes articles on the Cannon Mills Company (1972-1983); Correspondence, including Governor Jim Hunt (1983). 48 items. 104 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1983); "Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920" by Robert M. Crunden, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Georgia Historical Quarterly [tearsheet and 2 copies] (1983); East Carolina Manuscript Collection Annual Report 1982-1983 by Donald R. Lennon, Director (1983); Correspondence (1983). 37 items. 66 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence, including Governor Jim Hunt and Walter Mondale (1983-1984); University of Tennessee Press invitation to reception honoring Dewey W. Grantham (1983); University of Georgia Dept. of History invitation to reception honoring Aubrey C. Land (1983); Correspondence (1983-1984). 36 items. 43 p.
      "Decade that followed the first World War" paper by Joseph F. Steelman (1985); "The North Carolina Experience: An Interpretive and Documentary History" ed. Lindley S. Butler and Alan D. Watson, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of Books (1985); The Wool-Hat Boys: Georgia's Populist Partyby Barton C. Shaw, review by Lala Carr Steelman for The North Carolina Historical Review (1985); Organization of American Historians Biographical Data For 1985 Nominees (1985); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, 2 Spring-Summer copies, Fall-Winter] Manuscript News (1984-1985); Greenville Area Preservation Association President's Report to the Membership for 1983-1984 (1984); Correspondence (1984-1985). 28 items. 59 p.
      Dedication of Robert Lee Humber House as the Eastern Office of the North Carolina Division of Archives and History, includes bio's, history, and drafts (1983); The Faye Marie Creegan Scholarship Endowment Fund [pamphlet] (ca. 1984); Black Medical Colleges 1865-1920 [list, author unknown] (ca. 1984); 1984 Special Bills Introduced Through June 25, 1984 [author unknown] (1984); The North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources published Running the Blockade into North Carolina, 1861-1865 [pamphlet] (ca. 1984); Friends of the Archives, Inc. [newsletter] (1984); ECU Program in Maritime History and Underwater Research [newsletter, June] Stem to Stern (1984); Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence, including Governor Jim Hunt and Walter Mondale (1983-1984); Correspondence (1984). 53 items. 89 p.
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      Annual Report of the Research and Publications Committee 1983-1984 (1984); Annual Report of the Graduate Committee of the History Department 1983-1984 (1984); Southern Association for Women Historians [Sept.] Newsletter (1984); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina [Oct., Sept.] Newsletters (1983-1984); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 [Oct.] Newsletter (1984); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 'Report Card' of Ronald Reagan (1984); ECU News Bureau published [newsletter, Nov.] Pieces of Eight (1984); Operation Raleigh USA published Operation Raleigh Arrival Notice and Information (1984); Correspondence (1984). 38 items. 69 p.
      "Southern Progressivism: The Reconciliation of Progress and Tradition" by Dewey Grantham, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review (1984); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina [March, 3 copies] Newsletter (1984); Democratic Party Interest Correspondence, including NC Senator Vernon White, Congressman Walter B. Jones, and Governor Jim Hunt (1984); ECU Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs notification of Lala Carr Steelman appointed Professor Emeritus upon retirement (1984); ECU Office of the Chancellor Notification of Retirement Ceremony for Lala Carr Steelman (1984); ECU Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs notification of Joseph F. Steelman appointed Professor Emeritus upon retirement (1984); Map of South Carolina, Georgia Tidewater Low-Country [copy] (ca. 1984); Map of Norris Tennessee [copy] (1936); Correspondence (1984). 75 items. 97 p.
      Correspondence (1984-1985). 16 items. 20 p.
      Democratic Party Interest Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones (1984-1985); Greenville Daily Reflector article Third ECU Scholorship Fund Set Up by Dr. Richard Todd by William A. Shires (1980); Greenville Daily Reflector article Volume Published concerning "The North Carolina Farmers' Alliance: A Political History, 1887-1893" by Lala Carr Steelman [article author unknown] (1985); ECU News Bureau published [newsletter, Sept., Feb.] Pieces of Eight (1985-1986); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1985); The Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies published [newsletter, Oct] Federation Bulletin (1985); National Archives and Records Administration Records Report 1985 (1985); The Amistad Research Center published [pamphlet] We're All In The Same Boat (1985); Correspondence, including Robert Durden and Governor Jim Martin (1976-1985). 78 items. 123 p.
      East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Spring-Summer] Manuscript News (1985); The General Endowment Fund of the Department of History [5 drafts] (1985); East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 published Responses to AFT Survey by Faculty (1985); Correspondence (1985). 28 items. 49 p.
      Smithsonian National Associate Program [tour] China - History Through The Dynasties Sept. 6-27, Correspondence and Tour Information (1985); Appalachian Consortium, Inc. published The Blue Ridge Parkway: Agent of Transition [program and registration information, 2 copies] (1985); Friends of the Archives produced Letter from Thomas Jefferson to U.S. Senator Nathaniel Macon relating to the statue of George Washington, 1816 [copy] (1985); Southern Association for Women Historians Newsletter [Sept.] (1985); ECU School of Medicine published [newsletter, Fall] Philanthropy (1985); ECU News Bureau published [newsletter, Sept.] Pieces of Eight (1985); Correspondence (1985). 50 items. 84 p.
      Democratic Party Interests and Elections Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones, Governor Jim Hunt, and East Carolina Federation of Teachers Local 3612 Newsletter [Jan., March] (1985); Memorial Resolution for James Sharbrough Ferguson by Blackwell P. Robinson (1984); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1985); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar., 2 copies] (1985); North Carolina Board of Ethics Interpretive Memorandum #1 Meaning of Actual and Potential Conflicts of Interest by Judge Naomi E. Morris [copy] (1985); NC Governor James Martin Executive Order #1 [copy] (1985); Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920 by Robert M. Crunden, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Georgia Historical Quarterly [copy] (1983); Correspondence (1985). 62 items. 88 p.
      Association of Historians of Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Oct.] (1986); Correspondence (1985-1986). 14 items. 19 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1985-1986); Proposed Amendment ot Article IV, By-Laws, Historical Society of North Carolina (1985); Correspondence (1986). 11 items. 48 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1985-1986); Samuel James Ervin, Jr. 1896-1985 [biography, 2 copies] by Mattie Erma E. Parker presented to the Historical Society of North Carolina (1985); In Memoriam: Cratis Williams (1911-1985) [biography, 2 copies] by Harley E. Jolley presented to the Historical Society of North Carolina (1985); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall-Winter] Manuscript News (1985); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1986); ECU College of Arts and Sciences African Studies Committee published [pamphlet] Apartheid and the United States: A Public Symposium (1986); "The University of Georgia: A Bicentennial History, 1785-1985" by Thomas G. Dyer, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1986); Correspondence, including Congressman Charlie Rose and Congressman Walter B. Jones (1986). 90 items. 129 p.
      Terry Sanford Senate Campaign Correspondence and Donation Material (1986); NC General Assembly House of Representatives Special Report of Highlights of the 1986 General Assembly Session (1986); Correspondence (1986). 18 items. 24 p.
      ECU Dept. of History Division of Social Studies and NC Council for the Social Studies published [pamphlet] Twenty-Second Annual Symposium on History and The Social Studies (1986); NC Historical Publications Section Division of Archives and History Funds Concerns Correspondence, including NC Rep. Walter B. Jones, Jr., NC Rep. Edward Warren, and NC Sen. Thomas Taft(1986); ECU News Bureau article [1 page] (1985); Correspondence (1986); Raleigh News and Observer [oversized] article Finding the future in studying the past by Elaine Westarp (1986) removed. 48 items. 66 p.
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      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1987-1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1986-1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar., Oct., copies] (1985-1987); Correspondence (1988). 24 items. 46 p.
      Teaching Political Science: Politics in Perspective [article, Winter, copy] UN Ambassador Daniel Patrick Moynihan and the Calhounian Connection by Ronnie W. Faulkner and Michael M. Gunter (1985-1986); What's in a Name? Why We're All Called Tar Heels [article] by William S. Powell, reprinted from the magazine TAR HEEL [Mar.] with permission of Cygnet Communications Company (1982); Sallie Southall Cotten: A Woman's Life in North Carolina by William Stephenson, review by Lala Carr Steelman (ca. 1988); North Carolina Historical Commission Correspondence concerning the Mingus Farm of Rowan County (1988); Correspondence (1988). 37 items. 80 p.
      Americas 400th Anniversary Committee Roanoke Voyage Tour Correspondence and Information (1987). 13 items. 18 p.
      "In Bad Faith: The Dynamics of Deception in Mark Twain's America" by Forrest G. Robinson, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books [2 copies] (1987); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall-Winter] Manuscript News (1986-1987); ECU News Bureau published [newsletter, Feb.] Pieces of Eight (1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1987); ECU Invitation to the retirement of Chancellor John M. Howell (1987); Correspondence (1987). 17 items. 31 p.
      Amistad Research Center produced letter from Amistad revolt leader, Cinque, to founder of the Amistad defense committee, Lewis Tappan, 1839 [copy] (1987); Photograph of North Caroliniana Society's Board of Directors (1987); The North Carolina Collection and the North Caroliniana Society, Louis Round Wilson Library, and UNC Chapel Hill sponsored [pamphlet] William S. Powell: A Portrait and a Chronology (1987); "The North Carolina Farmers' Alliance: A Political History, 1887-1893" by Lala Carr Steelman, review by Eric Anderson (1987); Democratic Party Interests Correspondence concerning Iran-Contra and Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, including Senator Louis Stokes and Senator Terry Sanford (1987); Congressional Record Vol. 133 No. 120 [copy] (1987); Correspondence (1987). 26 items. 39 p.
      Americas 400th Anniversary Committee published [newsletter] Quadricentennial News (1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1987); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1987); ECU News Bureau article [3 pages] (1987); Correspondence (1987). 23 items. 42 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interest Correspondence (1988); "Developing Dixie: Modernization in a Traditional Society" ed. by Winfred B. Moore, Jr., Joseph F. Tripp, and Lyon G. Tyler, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman [draft] (1988); "The New South Faces the World: Foreign Affairs and the Southern Sense of Self, 1877-1950" by Tennant S. McWilliams, review by Lala Carr Steelman [draft] (1988); Correspondence (1988). 30 items. 35 p.
      "The North Carolina Farmers' Alliance: A Political History, 1887-1893" by Lala Carr Steelman, review by William S. Powell for New North Carolina Books [2 copies] (1986); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources - Archives and History Subchapter 4N - Historic Sites Regulations [copy] (1987); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Memorandums concerning Tryon Palace Restoration Complex (1988); UNC Chapel Hill Fletcher Green Memorial Fund [contract] (1988); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Highway Historical Marker Recommendations (1988); Correspondence (1988). 20 items. 64 p.
      NC Governor James Martin Proclamation of April as "North Carolina History Month" (1988); NC Dept. of Cultural Resources Highway Historical Marker Recommendations (1988); "Henry Toole Clark" [biography, copy] by Jos. Blount Cheshire (1908); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Spring-Summer] Manuscript News (1987); Correspondence (1988). 24 items. 66 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1988); East Carolina Manuscript Collection [newsletter, Fall-Winter] Manuscript News (1987-1988); "In Bad Faith: The Dynamics of Deception in Mark Twain's America" by Forrest G. Robinson, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books [copy] (1987); Greenville Area Preservation Association [newsletter, Feb.] gapagram (1988); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter (1988); The Amistad Research Center at Tulane University published [newsletter, Mar.] Amistad Reports (1988); Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1988); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Application for Jean B. Anderson (1980); Correspondence (1988). 40 items. 105 p.
      Association of Historians in Eastern North Carolina Newsletter [Oct., 2 copies] (1988); "The New South Faces the World: Foreign Affairs and the Southern Sense of Self, 1877-1950" by Tennant S. McWilliams, review by Lala Carr Steelman for Norht Carolina Historical Review(1988); "Developing Dixie: Modernization in a Traditional Society" ed. by Winfred B. Moore, Jr., Joseph F. Tripp, and Lyon G. Tyler, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman (1988); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter (1988); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1988). 48 items. 69 p.
      Correspondence (1989). 28 items. 48 p.
      Richard Gaither Walser [biography, 2 copies] by William S. Powell for Historical Society of North Carolina (1989); William Terry Couch [biography, 2 copies] by Carolyn A. Wallace for Historical Society of North Carolina (1989); Dr. Mattie Underwood Russell [biography, 2 copies] by William E. King for Historical Society of North Carolina (1989); "Dark Journey: Black Mississippians in the Age of Jim Crow" by Neil R. McMillen, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [2 copies] (1989); Developing Dixie: Modernization in a Traditional Society ed. by Winfred B. Moore, Jr., Joseph F. Tripp, and Lyon G. Tyler, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman [draft] (1988); Association of Historians in North Carolina Newsletter [Oct.] (1989); Southern Historical Association Constitutional Ballot (1989); Correspondence (1989). 35 items. 57 p.
      Correspondence [donation material] (1989). 5 items. 5 p.
      Correspondence (1989). 13 items. 21 p.
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      Radical Protest and Social Structure: The Southern Farmers' Alliance and Cotton Tenancy, 1880-1890 by Michael Schwartz, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1978); Virginians Remember Woodrow Wilson ed. Raymond F. Pisney, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1979); The Papers of William Alexander Graham. Volume VIII: 1869-1875 ed. by Max R. Williams and Mary Reynolds Peacock, review by Joseph F. Steelman for Journal of Southern History [tearsheet, 6 copies] (1994); Dark Journey: Black Mississippians in the Age of Jim Crow by Neil R. McMillen, review by Joseph F. Steelman for North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1990); Georgia: The WPA Guide to Its Towns and Countryside produced by the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1991); Part I
      Biography of Charles B. Aycock by Joseph F. Steelman for American National Biography, Oxford University Press [3 drafts] (ca. 1988). 3 items. 18 p.
      A Memorial Tribute to Fletcher M. Green 1895-1978 presented to the Historical Society of North Carolina, October 20, 1978 by Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman (1978); Southern Progressivism: The Reconciliation of Progress and Tradition by Dewey W. Grantham, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [copy] (1984); "In Bad Faith: The Dynamics of Deception in Mark Twain's America" by Forrest G. Robinson, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of New Books [copy] (1987); Biography of Charles B. Aycock by Joseph F. Steelman for American National Biography, Oxford University Press [draft] (ca. 1988); Correspondence (1972-1989). 7 items. 25 p.
      Fletcher Melvin Green by Lala Carr and Joseph F. Steelman for Historians of the American South, Greenwood Press (1989). 1 item. 21 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1989); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Proposal for Kenrick N. Simpson (1989); Institute for Historical and Cultural Research published In Search of a Lost Heritage [pamphlet] (1989); The New South Faces the World: Foreign Affairs and the Southern Sense of Self, 1877-1950 by Tennant S. McWilliams, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1989); Correspondence (1989). 25 items. 46 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1989-1990); The Charlotte Observer editorial Sen. Sanford's Budget Bill [copy, author unknown] (1989); John Brown Gordon: Soldier, Southerner, American by Ralph Lowell Eckert, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1990); "Architecture of the Old South: North Carolina" by Mills Lane, review by Joseph F. Steelman [2 drafts] (ca. 1990); New York Times article Should the U.S. Attack Iraq? by Terry Sanford [copy] (1990); "Georgia: The WPA Guide to Its Towns and Countryside" produced by the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1991); Morganton News-Herald article The Home of Gov. Stokes [copy, author unknown] (1914); "Tar Heel Politics: Myths and Realities" by Paul Luebke, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books (1990); Correspondence, including Senator Terry Sanford (1990). 50 items. 81 p.
      Paul Murray (1902-1990) A Memorial Tribute for The Historical Society of North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman [4 drafts] (1991); Rosalynn Carter's comment about Dr. Paul Murray for the Archives of the North Carolina Historical Society [autographed comment and 6 copies] (1991); "Joseph E. Davis: Pioneer Patriarch" by Janet Sharp Hermann, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (1991); Democratic Party Interest Correspondence, including Congressman Walter B. Jones, Congressman Charlie Rose, and Senator Terry Sanford (1991); Congressional Record Vol. 137, No. 7 [2 copies] (1991); Correspondence (1990-1991). 42 items. 72 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence and Material, including Senator Terry Sanford, NC Governor candidate Jim Hunt, and Presidential Nominee Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1992); "The First State University: A Pictorial History of the University of North Carolina. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged" by William S. Powell, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [2 drafts] (1993); Eva Clayton for Congress Committee published Eva Clayton for Congress "The Best for the First" [pamphlet] (1992); Clinton-Gore '92 Committee sponsored ECU Come Meet and Welcome the Next Vice-President of the United States Sen. Al Gore tickets [2], and flyers [3 copies, one with Lala Carr Steelman comment] (1992); East Carolina Manuscript Collection published [newsletter, Summer/Fall, Winter/Spring) Manuscript News (1992, 1991); Clinton-Gore '92 Committee sponsored Bill Clinton The Next President of the United States for a Barbecue At The Ball Park [2 flyers] (1992); Correspondence (1992). 51 items. 91 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence, including NC Governor Elect Jim Hunt and President Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1992-1993); "Conservative Constraints: North Carolina and the New Deal" by Douglas Carl Abrams, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [draft] (1992); "The Paradox of Southern Progressivism, 1880-1930" by William A. Link, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1992); Correspondence (1992-1993). 30 items. 38 p.
      ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [Fall/Winter] (1991); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1991); UNC Chapel Hill Southern Historical Collection [statistics and copies of related articles from The Charlotte Observer, The Shelby Star, The Chapel Hill Herald, the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, and the Raleigh News and Observer] (1991); The Chapel Hill Newspaper article Murray, Jimmy Carter's schoolteacher, dies [copy, author unknown] (1991); Paul Murray (1902-1990) A Memorial Tribute for The Historical Society of North Carolina by Joseph F. Steelman [4 drafts] (1991); Correspondence, including Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1991). 38 items. 80 p.
      Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence and Material, including Senator Terry Sanford, NC Governor candidate Jim Hunt, and Presidential Nominee Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1992); "Common Whites: Class and Culture in Antebellum North Carolina" by Bill Cecil-Fronsman, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1992); Saving American Birds: T. Gilbert Pearson and the Founding of the Audubon Movement by Oliver H. Orr, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [draft] (1992); 1992 Democratic Party Certificate of Appreciation presented to Dr. Joseph F. Steelman from Ronald H. Brown and Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1992); North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources Grant Application for Mike Epley (1992); Certificate of Appreciation from Jim Hunt to Joe Steelman [signed] (1992); Correspondence (1992). 58 items. 98 p.
      Democratic Party Interest Correspondence, including Senator Terry Sanford and Congressman Martin Lancaster (1993); "The Papers of William Alexander Graham. Volume VIII: 1869-1875" ed. Max R. Williams and Mary Reynolds Peacock, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the Journal of Southern History [2 drafts] (1993); Congressman Martin Lancaster [newsletter] Washington Report (1993); UNC Chapel Hill Manuscripts Dept. 1992-1993 Annual Report (1993); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1993); Correspondence (1993). 42 items. 85 p.
      Congressional Record Vol. 139, No. 162 [copy] (1993); UNC Chapel Hill published [newsletter, December] Honors (1993); Correspondence (1993). 25 items. 27 p.
      American Council of Learned Societies Contracts for Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman to Contribute to American National Biography (1993); UNC Chapel Hill Library North Caroliniana Society published Preliminary Program For History's Sake: State Historical Collections in the Early Republic [pamphlet] (1994); Organization of American Historians biographical Data For 1994 Nominees (1994); Congressional Record Vol. 139, No. 162 [copy] (1993); Raleigh News and Observer articles pertaining to the retirement of H.G. Jones from UNC's North Carolina Collection (1994); Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice notice of Class Action over tax refunds (1994); NC Governor Jim Hunt Tax Relief Program Information (1994); Correspondence, including Governor Jim Hunt and Congressman Martin Lancaster (1994). 46 items. 84 p.
      The Paradox of Southern Progressivism, 1880-1930 by William A. Link, review by Lala Carr Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1993); The First State University: A Pictorial History of the University of North Carolina. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged by William S. Powell, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1993); Saving American Birds: T. Gilbert Pearson and the Founding of the Audubon Movement by Oliver H. Orr, Jr., review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1993); An Army for Empire: The United States Army in the Spanish-American War by Graham A. Cosmas, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [tearsheet] (1995); Correspondence, including Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. and Arthur Link (1979-1989); Part II. 18 items. 37 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Societies and Committee Minutes; Newsletters; Comments and Reviews; Donation Material.
       
      "An Army for Empire: The United States Army in the Spanish-American War" by Graham A. Cosmas, review by Joseph F. Steelman for the North Carolina Historical Review [2 drafts] (1994); Association of Historians in North Carolina Newsletter [Oct., 2 copies] (1994); ECU Dept. of History published Lawrence F. Brewster Lecture in History [program] Making an African-American Women's History presented by Darlene Clark Hine (1994); Citizens for Jim Hunt published [booklet] Governor Jim Hunt Making North Carolina Safer: A Strategy for Fighting Crime (1994); Correspondence, including Congressman Stephen Neal, Congressman Martin Lancaster, and Arthur Link (1994). 40 items. 56 p.
      ECU Dept. of History published Lawrence F. Brewster Lecture in History [program] Making an African-American Women's History presented by Darlene Clark Hine (1994); UNC Chapel Hill Library North Caroliniana Society published Preliminary Program For History's Sake: State Historical Collections in the Early Republic [pamphlet] (1994); "In History's Shadow: An American Odyssey" by John Connally with Mickey Herskowitz, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1994); Association of Historicans in North Carolina Newsletter [Mar., 3 copies] (1994); Biography of Charles B. Aycock by Joseph F. Steelman for American National Biography, Oxford University Press [draft] (ca. 1988); Elias Carr [biography, 2 drafts] by Lala Carr Steelman for American National Biography (1994); Farmers' Alliance by Lala Carr Steelman (ca. 1994); Correspondence, including Congressman Martin Lancaster (1994). 43 items. 96 p.
      Photograph of President Bill Clinton paid for by the Democratic National Committee, addressed to Dr. Joseph Steelman [automated signature] (1995); Association of Historians of North Carolina Newsletter [Oct., Mar. 2 copies] (1995); Joseph F. Steelman Jr. Award Status Report (1995); UNC Chapel Hill Academic Library North Caroliniana Society related articles [copies] from UNC Chapel Hill publishe Public Service and the Chapel Hill Herald (1995); Citizens for Intelligent Government published [newsletter, fourth quarter] The Report Card (1995); "Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior and President" by Ari Hoogenboom, review by Joseph F. Steelman (1995); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [Fall/Winter] (1994-1995); Correspondence (1995). 84 items. 118 p.
      Correspondence concerning Lala Carr Steelman's Elias Carr project (1996); Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Company by Lala Carr Steelman (1996); Brief [career based] biography of Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman [author unknown, 2 copies] (1996); Wilkes Journal-Patriot article Wilkes native [Joseph F. Steelman] recognized for preservation of N.C. history (1996); Greensboro Daily News article Literary Awards Presented (1966); Association of Historians in North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1996); "The New South, 1945-1980: A History of the South, Volume XI" by Numan V. Bartley, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 copies] (1996); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1996); Correspondence, including Robert Durden, and Rosalynn & Jimmy Carter [automated signatures] (1996). 75 items. 108 p.
      James Isaac Copeland [biography] by Richard A. Shrader for the Historical Society of North Carolina (ca. 1997); The Powers That Punish: Prison and Politics in the Era of the "Big House," 1920-1955 by Charles Bright, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books (1997); Wilkes Journal-Patriot article Wilkes native [Joseph F. Steelman] recognized for preservation of N.C. history [copies] (1996); Samuel E. McCorkle and James S. Ferguson: Ideology, Religion, and Higher Education in North Carolina Presidential Address to the Historical Society of North Carolina by Robert M. Calhoon (1995); Sunday Star News article [copy] Lawrence Lee, Cape Fear Historian dies at 84 (1996); Summary Dissertation of Joseph W. Creech, Jr., includes "Look to Jesus!" flyer [copy] from the Elias Carr Papers, Collection No. 160, East Carolina Manuscript Collection (1996); Correspondence (1996-1997). 31 items. 58 p.
      Notification of Joseph F. and Lala Carr Steelman receiving jointly the 1996 Christopher Crittenden Award from the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association (1996); Democratic National Committee published 1996 National Democratic Platform Poll Report Packet for Joseph F. Steelman (1996); Democratic Party Donation Correspondence, including President Bill Clinton [automated signature] (1996); Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1996); Association of Historians of North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1996); Correspondence (1996). 56 items. 71 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1997); Photograph of President Bill Clinton paid for by the Democratic National Committee, addressed to Dr. Joseph Steelman [automated signature] (1997); Photograph of President Bill Clinton paid for by the Democratic National Committee, addressed to Lala Steelman [automated signature] (1997); Jesse R. Moye House [history, author unknown] (ca.1997); "The Politics of Agricultural Labor: From Slavery to Freedom in a Cotton Culture, 1862-1902" by Robert Hinton, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books (1997); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [Nov.] (1997); Joseph F. Steelman Award Status Report (1997); Georgia College and the Georgia College Alumin Association published [newsletter, Summer] Nexus (1996); Correspondence (1996-1997). 41 items. 67 p.
      "Scarlett Doesn't Live Here Anymore: Southern Women in the Civil War Era" by Laura F. Edwards, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (2000); Essays for the Lawrence F. Brewster Fellowship: 391-88-1327 by Keith N. Meverden, 101-66-0585 by Alena J. Derby (2000); FUSA Settlement Claims Administrator published United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois Notice of Class Action, Proposed Settlement, and Hearing Case. No. 00-881-MJR (2000); Obituary for Dr. Lawrence Fay Brewster [copy, newspaper and author unknown] (1999); North Carolina Association of Historians Newsletter [Mar.] (2000); Picture of Vice President Al Gore and Richard Gephart addressed to Dr. Steelman from the Democratic Party (ca. 2000); "A Hard Fight for We: Women's Transition from Slavery to Freedom in South Carolina" by Leslie A. Schwalm, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books (2000); Part I.
      Certificate of Authenticity and Correspondence concerning the 2000 Presidential Commemorative Print of Dan Kessler's painting titled "Fala in FDR's Oval Office" presented to Dr. Joseph Steelman from President Bill Clinton [automated signature] (2000); North Carolina Association of Historians Newsletter [Mar.] (2001); ECU college of Arts and Sciences Format for Recommentation for Reappointment for the Dept. of History concerning Lu Ann Jones (1998); Dictionary of NC Biography Volume 4, Lawson, John. entry by Charles R. Holloman, ed. William S. Powell [excerpt& maps] (ca. 2001); Richard Lyness Watson, Jr. [biography] by Robert F. Durden for the Historical Society of North Carolina (2001); Newsobserver.com article Schools might change history by T. Keung Hui [print-out] (2001); Correspondence (2001). 55 items. 83 p.
      Memorial for Frenise Avedis Logan by Loren Schweninger for the Historical Society of North Carolina (2002); ECU Office of the Chancellor published Inside ECU: A special report from Chancellor William V. Muse [Sept., Dec.] (2002); The Friends of the Archives, Inc. published [newsletter, Winter] The Charter (2002); Correspondence (2002). 32 items. 48 p.
      Historical Society of North Carolina Correspondence, Minutes, and Membership Concerns (1997); Article Three faculty members shape the future of social psychology by Kathy Henry Dowell [includes picture of Lala Steelman Jr.] (2000); Correspondence (2000); Part II. 48 items. 83 p.
    • Reference Requests, Professional, and Personal Correspondence; Societies and Committee Minutes; Newsletters; Comments and Reviews; Donation Material.
       
      ECU Office of the Chancellor published Inside ECU: A special report from Chancellor William V. Muse [Mar., June] (2002); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [Fall-Winter] (2001-2002); Crowds and soldiers in Revolutionary North Carolina: The Culture of Violence in Riot and War by Wayne E. Lee, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Review of Books [two drafts] (2002); Correspondence (2002). 40 items. 50 p.
      NC Wake County General Court of Justice Superior Court Division [lawsuit, notification] Smith. et al. Vs. State of North Carolina. et. al., 95 CVS 06715 Amended (1997); Friends of the Archives, Inc. published [newsletter, June] FOA News (1997); Friends of the Archives, Inc. Directory 1997-1998 (1997); The Powers That Punish: Prison and Politics in the Era of the "Big House," 1920-1955 by Charles Bright, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (1997); Association of Historians of North Carolina Newsletter [Mar.] (1997); The Country Doctor Museum published [pamphlet] The Country Doctor Museum with President Emeritus Josephine E. Newell, M.D. business card (1997); Correspondence (1996-1997). 57 items. 94 p.
      Georgia College and State University published [pamphlet] The Search for a President (1997); Congress of the United States Shaw vs. Hunt - An Update by Congressman Eva M. Clayton (1997); ECU Retired Faculty Association Newsletter The ECU Golden News [April] (1997); SC The Greenville News article Albert Neely Sanders, 84, former Furman University faculty chairman [obituary, copy] (1997); William Edward Dodd: The South's Yeoman Scholar by Fred Arthur Bailey, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [3 drafts] (1997); Correspondence concerning the ECU Medical Foundation financial irregularities from Chancellor Richard R. Eakin (1997); National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Proposal for James B. Lloyd (1997); Correspondence, including Dewey Grantham (1997). 35 items. 93 p.
      Joseph F. Steelman Scholarship Fund Fiscal Year 1997 Stewardship report (1998); North Caroliniana Society at UNC Chapel Hill published [poem, printed edition #136 of 350] Care by Robert Morgan (ca. 1998); A Fabric of Defeat: The Politics of South Carolina Millhands, 1910-1948 by Bryant Simon, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (1998); A Hard Fight for We: Women's Transition from Slavery to Freedom in South Carolina by Leslie A. Schwalm, review by Joseph F. Steelman for History: Reviews of New Books [2 drafts] (1998); Obituary for Lala Carr Steelman by ECU Dept. of History for the Journal of Southern History (1998); Winston-Salem Journal article Archie K. Davis dies here at age 87 by Frank Tursi [copy] (1998); Correspondence, including Senator John Edwards (1998). 55 items. 86 p.
      Lu Ann Jones [vitae] by Joseph F. Steelman for nomination to the Historical Society of North Carolina (1999); Democratic Party Election Interests Correspondence and Donation Requests, including Gore 2000, Inc. (1999); Democratic National Committee published Photograph of President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton [automated signatures] addressed to Lala Steelman (1999); NC Wake County General Court of Justice Superior Court Division Notice of Class Action and Proposed Settlement [2 copies] (1999); Article Medical malpractice lawsuits hinge on doctors by The Associated Press [newspaper unknown] (ca. 1999); Certificate of Appreciation for Joseph F Steelman from Dick Gephardt [automated signature] (1999); 1999 Commemorative Presidential Print "White House with Fireworks" by Dan Kessler with Correspondence and Certificate of Authenticity addressed to Dr. Lala C. Steelman from President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton [automated signatures] (1999); Correspondence (1999). 68 items. 108 p.
    • Box 21
       
      Correspondence, manuscripts, etc. (1948-1993) compiled by two East Carolina University history professors relating to their family and friends, travels, and professional activities. 118 items. 142 p.
  • Correspondence with Organizations (Addition #2)
     

    • Box 21
       
      Correspondence with Organizations, A–B (2002–2008) including The American Historical Society, The American CivilWar Center and signed letters from Erskine Bowles and misc. personal correspondance including letters from Frank and Louise Adams. 40 items. 64 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, C–D (2002–2008) including The Carter Center, Campbell University,2004 Presidential Campaign Photograph of John Kerry and John Edwards, Dr. Steelman's scholarly review of "Wayne E. Lee's Crowds and Soldiers in Revolutionary North Carolina: The Culture of Violence in Riot and War." 54 items. 88 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, ECU (2002–2008) including various correspondance with East Carolina Universityincluding Joyner Library, The School of Theater and Art and the Department of History. 117 items. 166 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, E–F (2002–2008) including John Edwards Campaign correspondance, letters from "Edyth and Bob" and Joan Fillmore. 34 items. 89 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, G–H (2002–2008) incluuding correspondance with Georgia College and State University including letters from the Lala Carr Steelamn Scholarship, Correspondance from the Al Gore Campaign, and the Historical Society of North Carolina. 83 items. 155 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, I–M (2002–2008) including Correspondance from The John Kerry Presidential Campaign, North Caorlina Museum of Art, the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, MESDA. 70 items. 92 p.
    • Box 22
       
      Correspondence with Organizations, N (2002–2008) including North Carolina State Archives, North Caroliniana Society, North Carolina Association of History, North Carolina Literary and History Association. 93 items. 155 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, O–P (2002–2008) including, the Obama Campaign, Organization of American Historians, Pitt County Historical Society, Phi Beta Kappa. 80 items. 117 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, Q–S (2002–2008) including Sierra Club, Joseph Steelman bibliography, Lala Carr Steelman Curriculum Vitae. 27 items. 74 p.
      Correspondence with Organizations, T–Z (2002–2008) including correspondence from Martine and Fletcher Taylor, University of North Carolina, University of South Carolina and Union of Concerned Scientists. 60 items. 96 p.
  • Steelman Family Records (Addition #3)
     

    • Box 23
       
      Genealogy Information on Edmisten and McNeil Families, 1802–1923
      Academic and Professional records of Gertrude Steelman, 1915–1933
      Estate Records of Joseph Sankey Steelman, 1972–1974
      Documents relating to court case Steelman v. City of New Bern, 1969–1974
      Memorialization of Joseph F. Steelman Jr. records, 1969–1972
      Academic records and report cards of Joseph F. Steelman, 1930–1943
      Military Records of Joseph F . Steelman, 1942–1945
      Academic Awards for Drs. Steelman, 1942–1974
      Academic job inquiries of Joseph F. Steelman, 1952–1953
      Résumé and CV and UNC Chapel Hill 1943 Alumni roster of Joseph F. Steelman, 1961–1963
      Résumé and CV of Joseph F. Steelman, 1970–1983
      Academic and Profession records of Lala Carr Steelman, 1968–1996
      Teaching contracts and Salary Records for Drs. Steelman, 1953–1990
      Financial statements, wills, and insurance for Drs. Steelman, 1952–1990
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      Academic Correspondence from East Carolina University to Drs. Steelman, 1959–2000
  • Academic Research Projects (Addition #3)
     

    • Box 24
       
      Research on Watauga-Yadkin Railroad during the 1909–1912 period, 1986–1988
      Research on Watauga-Yadkin Railroad during the 1913–1916 period, 1986–1988
      Research on Watauga-Yadkin Railroad during the 1917–1919 period, 1986–1966
      Research correspondence and draft articles on the Watauga-Yakin Railroad, 1986–1988
      Research on Grandin, North Carolina, from 1905 to 1926, ca. 1985