Tape recordings of interviews with educational leaders and governors concerning the career and contributions of Dr. William Dallas Herring of Rose Hill, chairman of the State Board of Education from 1957 to 1977. Some of the persons interviewed by...
William Christmas, a senator and a surveyor by profession, drew the plan for Raleigh. Using a total of 400 acres, Christmas designated the axial center of the city as Union Square. It was composed of six acres and intended as the site of the future...
Poster reads: "An American Privilege: Information at your Public Library. Book Week, November 15 to 21 NCWPA Poster Unit."; Poster depicts a stylized library building with columns located at the crossroads of north, south, east and west.
United States. Works Progress Administration of North Carolina. Posters Unit.
During the colonial period North Carolina's legislature was reluctant to designate a fixed seat of government. The few times a capital was named, circumstances changed and the center of population began to shift. New Bern had been the colony's seat...
Depicts roads coming from the north, south, east, and west. At the intersection is a columned building symbolizing a library. Text reminds readers that information is a privilege and can be found at the public library, and that Book Week is...
Papers of Nicholls, planter, and clerk and master of Bertie Co. Superior Court of Equity (1814-1825), many of which concern court actions, especially estate settlements of Michael Capehart, Charles Hardy, Thomas Worley, and Susan and Thomas West....
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