Contributed by Dale Sauter
#1342 Benjamin W. Daniels and Mabel A. Grant Daniels Papers
Included are a copy of the Daniels-Murphrey Family History compiled and edited by Eleanor Daniels Casey in 1993, a photograph of the USS Nebraska on which Benjamin Daniels of Wayne County, North Carolina, sailed to Europe during WWI, and three photographs of Benjamin Daniels in his WWI US Navy uniform.
#1343 1st Battalion, 1st NC Volunteer Infantry, in Cuba Collection
The four-month stay in Cuba of the 1st Battalion, 1st North Carolina Volunteers, from December 1898 through March 1899 is documented in these sixty amateur albumen photographs with captions. The photographs are 3 1/2" x 3 3/8" in 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" mounts. The soldiers arrived in Havana, Cuba, the day after the Treaty of Paris was signed ending the Spanish American War.
#936 Vertical File Collection (Addition 15)
This ca. 1910 cabinet photograph is of the C. T. Munford store located at 402-404 South Evans Street in Greenvillle (Pitt County), North Carolina.
#1345 Goldsboro, NC, Store Ledger
This ledger (1873-1874) chronicles the stock sold at a Goldsboro, North Carolina, store including, among other items, turpentine, staves, hoops, chicks, postage, timber, and bbls (barrels), and also mentions labor, hauling, and “stilling.”
#1346 Stallings Air Force Base, Kinston, NC, Collection
This collection documents Stallings Air Force Base for the years 1952 and 1953 through 44 slides (most are identified with names and dates) and ephemera such as scrapbook pages containing photographs and notes, a Christmas card, a dinner program, newspaper clippings, a base map, and a pilot training certificate.
#0294 Pitt County Historical Society Papers (Addition 18)
This addition includes Historical Society minutes and financial information (2005-2014), photographs (original and copies) gathered for possible use in Vol. II of the Pitt County Chronicles, and documents related to the historic Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church after it was deeded to the Historical Society in 2000. The remaining material (previously stored in the Red Banks Church) includes published Primitive Baptist Association Minutes for North Carolina and other states, the Red Banks Home Demonstration Club minutes and correspondence (1946-1950), large oval photographs of George W. Stokes and his wife Mary Ann Hardee, scan prints of Cherry family members, old Greenville advertising fans, a scrapbook for the Town & Country Senior Citizens Club (1978-1999), and 35 8mm reels of home movies (1947-1967) made by the Keel family of Greenville, N.C. North Carolina Primitive Baptist Association minutes were transferred to the North Carolina Collection in Joyner Library.
#1323 Pitt County, N.C., Schools Historical Records (Addition 2)
Correspondence (1967-1970) with Superintendent of the Pitt County Board of Education Arthur S. Alford; printed memos (1968-1972) from the Pitt County Board of Education and Superintendent Arthur S. Alford; Plain Talk newsletter (Nov.-Dec. 1971); operational data; lists (1968-1971) of Board of Education members, teachers and staff, and attendees at workshops; and health certificates. Also included are documents related to State of North Carolina Teachers’ and State Employees’ Retirement System (1970-1971), financial and salary matters (1962, 1967-1970), and athletics (1968-1969).
#1347 Brake Family Papers
Included are a Brake Family History; a survey (1984) and history of the Brake Family Cemetery located near the corner of Cokey Road and Calhoun Road in Rocky Mount, North Carolina; a deed and a marriage license; documents (1957-1980) related to the West Edgecombe Volunteer Fire Department which included volunteer firefighter Robert Earl Brake; tobacco sale bills (1926-1933, undated) from several warehouses in Rocky Mount; and a 1931-1932 Faculty and Student Directory for N.C. State.
#CR0004 St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Papers (Additions 1 and 2)
Records (1990s-2018) of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, North Carolina, including newsletters, bulletins, by-laws, reports, financial information, publications, photographs, correspondence, and clippings; and information concerning outreach ministries, the process of building and financing the new church building (including the stained-glass windows), and the purchase and installation of the C. D. Fisk organ.
#1169-017 Stuart Wright Collection: Fred Chappell Papers (Addition 3)
This addition includes correspondence (2008-2017) between Stuart Wright and Fred and Susan Chappell which also contains drafts of poems, photographs, and programs; and an original painting (2012) titled “René Magritte, Siegfried, Wo bist du?” (After “The Hat” by René Magritte) by Fred Chappell’s good friend, artist and illustrator, Fritz Janschka. The painting is part of Janschka’s Homages to the Masters (and Mistresses) series.
#MN0015 Miscellaneous Newspapers: The London American: London, England
Included is the July 30, 1862, issue of The London American.