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    • Margaret Grant Collection, 1750-1844

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    • 1. Letter to William H. Joyner on the Revenue Cutter CRAWFORD from his father Robert Joyner, U.S. Navy Yard, Pensacola, May 6, 1840, regarding son's transfer. 2. Agreement between Michael Ferrall and Levi Bryant re ""Eagle Hotel,"" Halifax...
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    • Ellerbe, NC, Photograph Collection, 1880-1945

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    • 18 photographs (including 2 tintypes) and 3 pieces of ephemera (2 school report cards and a high school diploma) pertaining to Ellerbe, NC, (Richmond County) and the Hines, Davis, Crouch, Loflin/Loftin, Meacham, Covington, Redding and other...
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    • Fort Adams State Park Postcard Collection, 1930-1950

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    • 20 picture postcards, 1930's/1940's-era, mostly color or colorized views of the North Carolina mountains; a few black and white photo views of hotels in other parts of the state. 1 undated business card for "Maye's All Modern Brookside Cabins"...
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    • Lewis Family Slide Collection, 1956-1997

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    • 501 slides taken in various cities and regions of Japan in 1956; Korea and Hawaii in 1957; Yellowstone National Park in 1958; Estes Park CO in 1958; Laramie WY in 1958; Salt Lake City UT in 1958; San Francisco Airport in 1958; New Bern NC in 1960;...
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    • State Agency Finding Aid: State Treasurer, 1885-1998

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    • [In 1961 when the Archives' staff began arranging the papers of the state treasurer and state comptroller, a decision was made to treat as one group the papers of the two offices through the year 1868 when the latter office ceased to exist. It...
    • North Carolina Department of the State Treasurer
    • Robert A. Johnson Paper, n.d.

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    • "An impartial account" of the Federal capture of Ft. Fisher (Jan. 15, 1865), written some years later by Johnson, a participant.
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    • Reuben L. Frost Paper, 1955

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    • "Record of Cape Fear Hurricanes," by R. L. Frost, director of U.S. Weather Bureau in Wilmington. Gives brief history of weather service in North Carolina, enumerating hurricanes and major storms and their destructiveness from the sixteenth century...
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    • James P. Cook (1863-1928) Scrapbook, 1891-1956

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    • "The Origins of Jackson Training School, Brain Child of James P. Cook," a scrapbook compiled by A. Campbell Cline of Concord, including copies of Cook's editorials in the Daily Standard (Concord) while working for establishment of a reform school;...
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    • Garrison Family Memoir, 1764-1892

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    • A memoir written in 1894 of the Garrison family of Buncombe County, North Carolina, who settled there in the mid-eighteenth century when the area was embraced in Rowan County. It is an unbound manuscript volume of 50 leaves, written in pen and...
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    • Oliver H. Allen Collection, 1841, 1920

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    • A one-page manuscript "newspaper" entitled "Saracta Journal of Commerce," (Duplin Co.), Feb. 22, 1840, with foreign and local news and advertisements, although contents indicate editor drew on his imagination. Accompanying letter from Judge O. H....
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    • W. H. Rowland Collection, 1755-1783, 1850-1858, 1965

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    • Abstracts of Johnston and Dobbs county grants and deeds for land south of Neuse River belonging to Thomas Box, Richard Caswell, Jesse Cobb, and others (1755-1783) with photocopies of surveys (1850-1858); and architectural drawings of Heritage...
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    • Thomas Newby (ca. 1725-1793) Papers, 1750-1784, 1893, 1896

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    • Account books (1750-1755, 1761-1775; portions missing) kept by Newby, Quaker merchant and planter in Perquimans Co., recording purchases and payments, usually in kind, at his general store at Newby's Bridge on Perquimans River, with occasional...
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    • J. M. Pugh (d. 1893) Papers, 1865-1913

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    • Account books and miscellaneous papers of Pugh, general merchant and postmaster in Morrisville, Wake Co., including his accounts as agent of George W. Swepson dealing mainly in brandy (1865-1866); accounts with section hands on the North Carolina...
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    • Mrs. J.W. McLauchlin Paper, n.d.

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    • Account by Mrs. McLauchlin of Raeford, describing attack at Monroe's Crossroads on U.S. Gen. Hugh J. Kilpatrick's cavalry by Confederate cavalry under Gen. Matthew C. Butler (Mar. 10, 1865) and care of dead and wounded by local residents.
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    • St. Mary's School Paper, 1851

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    • Account of Miss S. E. Harvey with St. Mary's School, Raleigh, covering tuition and incidental expenses, signed by Aldert Smedes.
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