Papers of Dr. Wood, Wilmington physician and botanist, first secretary of the N.C. Board of Health (1877-1892), and editor of the North Carolina Medical Journal. Wood's correspondence (1867-1892) includes letters from leaders in fields of...
Papers of Vance, congressman (1858-1861), governor (1862-1865, 1877-1879), and U.S. senator (1879-1894). Early letters concern his student days at UNC, marriage to Harriet Espy, and challenges to duels. Correspondence while in Congress includes...
RALEIGH - Gov. Bev Perdue announced today that HVM, L.L.C., the manager of the largest company owned and operated chain of extended stay hotels in the U.S. and Canada, with 685 locations and 9,000 emp. . .
North Carolina. Office of the Governor; Perdue, Bev, 1947-
"Initiated by: Community Foundation of Henderson County, Inc., Henderson County Recreation and Parks Department, League of Women Voters of Henderson County. Sponsored by: Natural Heritage Inventory Committee of Henderson County. Administered by:...
Papers of Joyner, educator and superintendent of public instruction (1902-1919), consisting chiefly of correspondence. Personal correspondence with friends, relatives such as N. J. Rouse of Kinston, and business acquaintances concerns his farms...
Papers of Lucy Williams Polk (1826-1906) of Warren Co. and Colum- bia, Tenn.; of her husband Maj. William H. Polk (1815-1862), brother of President Polk, Democratic congressman from Tennessee, and Unionist; and of her parents and her two sons,...
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