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    • W. Vance Brown Papers, 1779-1894

    • Papers of four generations of the Brown family in Pennsylvania, western North Carolina, and New Zealand. Papers of John Brown (1772-1845), Pennsylvania congressman, land speculator, and agent in western North Carolina for William Cathcart, George...
    • Webb Collection, 1835-1881, 1919-1940

    • Paper of the Webb family of Granville and Orange couties. Correspondence (1839-1881) includes letters from relatives in Tennessee, New York (1858), and North Carolina, with comments on President Polk's visit to UNC (1859), Methodist ministry in...
    • Bryan Grimes (1828-1880) Papers, 1778, 1812-1912

    • Papers of Grimes, Confederate major general, and his wife Charlotte Bryan Grimes, including his UNC diploma and autograph album (class of 1848), essays, and correspondence with family and J. Johnston Pettigrew, astronomer at the National...
    • John Heritage Bryan (1798-1870) Collection, 1716-1907

    • Papers of Bryan, New Bern lawyer, legislator, and Whig congressman (1825-1829). Correspondence chiefly reflects social life in towns and plantations of eastern North Carolina (1820s-1860s), primarily in New Bern and Raleigh, and also at UNC...
    • State Agency Finding Aid: State Planning Board, 1910-1947

    • State planning of a comprehensive nature was first introduced in North Carolina when Governor John C. B. Ehringhaus established the State Planning Board in January of 1935. Initially the board was created in response to recommendations made by...
    • North Carolina State Planning Board
    • R. Gregg Cherry (1891-1957) Papers, 1911-1957

    • Papers of Robert Gregg Cherry, Gastonia lawyer and governor of North Carolina (1945-1949). Some correspondence and ledgers (1913-1932) relate to the A. L. Bulwinkle and Cherry law firm; and files on Cherry's WWI service as captain in 1st N.C....
    • Williams-Dameron Papers, 1804-1968

    • Papers of John Buxton Williams, Warren Co. planter, who married Temperance Hilliard in 1843, and their daughter Temperance who married John A. Dameron in 1876. Family letters (1833-1942) contain references to home and school activities,...
    • May Thompson Evans (b. 1901) Papers, 1871-1979

    • Papers of Mrs. Evans, high school and college teacher, president of the Young Democratic Clubs of N.C. (1933-1934), Democratic Party administrator, federal and state government administrator, including papers of the YDC, 1932-1934 (minutes,...
    • Charles E. Johnson Collection, 1685-1875

    • Papers of James Iredell, Sr. (1751-1799), of Edenton, state attorney general and U.S Supreme Court justice (1790-1799); papers of James Iredell, Jr. (1788-1853), governor (1827-1828), and U.S. senator (1828-1831); and some papers of Samuel Johnston...
    • Gertrude Weil (1879-1971) Papers, 1856-1971

    • Papers of Gertrude Weil, suffragist, humanitarian, civil and religious leader, daughter of Mina Rosenthal and Henry Weil of Goldsboro, including 6,000 family letters, two thirds to or from the Weil children during college years-Lionel and Herman at...
    • Somerset place and its restoration

    • 1954-08-01
    • Prepared for the Dept. of Conservation and Development, Division of State Parks.";Typescript (photocopy);"August 1, 1954.
    • Tarlton, William S.
    • Lyman Wilson Sheppard Collection, 1861-1912

    • Correspondence of the William Bracy family of Alfordsville, Robeson Co., especially of their sons Archibald, James A., and William J. in Co. E, 40th Regt. NCT. Letters from home concern family, casualties, death of William J. (1862), shortage of...
    • Halcott Pride Jones Journal, 1864-1871

    • Partially illegible journal kept by Lieutenant Jones of Hillsborough, Co. E, 13th Battalion N.C. Light Artillery, beginning Oct. 16, 1864, and describing fight with Federal gunboats at Poplar Point on the Roanoke River; fight at Wise's Fork near...
    • William Hooper (1742-1790) Papers, 1773-1810

    • Papers relating to Hooper, lawyer, legislator from New Hanover and Orange counties, and delegate to Continental Congress (1774-1777), including letter from Commissary General Joseph Trumbull describing the siege of Boston (Mar., 1776); one...
    • Miscellaneous Papers, 1689-1912

    • Collection of miscellaneous items and a number of photocopies and transcripts from other repositories. Papers from the colonial period include contemporary abstract of letter about Governor Dobb's marriage to girl of fifteen; duplicate of...
    • Calvin J. Cowles (1821-1907) Papers, 1817-1885

    • Papers of Cowles, Wilkes Co. merchant, Unionist Whig and postwar Republican, president of Constitutional Convention of 1868, and supervisor of U.S. Branch Mint at Charlotte (1869-1884). Many of the letters before 1850 relate to his partner-father...


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