Papers of Dr. Hunter, Episcopal minister and principal of St. Augustine's for Negroes in Raleigh (1891-1916), consisting chiefly of Dr. and Mrs. Hunter's diaries. Hunter's diaries and memorandum books (1870-1933) contain brief records of activities...
The nine files of legal correspondence contain about 133 letters and associated items, all concerning Pou's practice of law in Georgia and Alabama. The greatest volume of legal correspondence dates from the year 1866 and almost all of it relates to...
Papers of Nancy Haywood Blount Branch and her husband Lawrence O'Bryan Branch (1820-1862) of Raleigh, Democratic congressman (1855-1862) and Confederate general. Early Blount and Branch family correspondence (1833-1848) includes letters from UNC,...
RALEIGH - Gov. Perdue will be traveling tomorrow to the University of Florida, where she will accept the school's Distinguished Alumnus Award during the commencement ceremony for recipients of advance. . .
North Carolina. Office of the Governor; Perdue, Bev, 1947-
This is a typed copy of an autobiography of Major Raphael Jacob Moses (1812-1893), a native of Charleston. As a son of Israel and Deborah Cohen Moses, Raphael was part of an established South Carolina Jewish family with members who had fought in...
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