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H. Leigh Thomas letter, to Mr. Diamond, undated [19th century?]

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ALS. Prescribes a course of treatment for tumors, including the application of leeches.
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Charles Verral letter, [London], to Dr. Hodgkin, undated (19th century?)

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ALS. Sends a copy of his latest work.
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Mab Segrest papers, 1889-2019

71 Linear Feet
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Dr. Mab Segrest is a feminist writer, scholar, and activist who received her PhD from Duke University in 1979. She was born in 1949 in Tuskegee, Alabama and attended Huntingdon College from 1967 to 1971. Segrest is recognized for speaking and writing about sexism, racism, homophobia, classism, and other forms of oppression. Collection contains correspondence, activism, teaching, and writing files, as well as photographic and audiovisual materials that document Segrest's personal life, education, and professional life. There are significant materials relating to Segrest's work with the following organizations: The NC Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality, North Carolinians Against Racist and Religious Violence (NCARRV), The Center for Democratic Renewal (CDR), The North Carolina Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality (NCCGLE), National Women's Studies Association (NWSA), The World Council of Churches/Urban Rural Mission (WCC/URM), and The National Women's Studies Association/Southern Women's Studies Association (NWSA/SWSA). Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture and the History of Medicine Collection.
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Ken Wainio papers, 1970-2012

9.9 Linear Feet
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Ken Wainio (1952-2006) was an American surrealist author and poet based in San Francisco, California. Collection includes manuscripts and drafts of many of Wainio's poems and writings, including his novel, Starfuck. Also includes his journals and diaries, published poetry and printed materials, some correspondence, snapshots, and other biographical information.

Robert A. Hill Collection, 1890-2014

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The Robert A. Hill Collection covers the period of 1800 to 2014 and documents Hill's research, writing, and publications about Marcus Garvey's life and work and the founding of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), as well as Hill's many other projects. Items in the collection include research material assembled by Hill, writings by and about Garvey, manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, clippings, microfilm, photographs, video and sound recordings, and objects. Series 1-4 contain the production papers of the Marcus Garvey Papers Project: American Volumes (AM), African Volumes (AF), Caribbean Volumes (CA), and Project Administration (PA). Hill's other projects and writings are included in Series 5-6 as Other Works by Robert A. Hill (OW) and Hill Personal (HP). The remaining Series 7-10 consists of Microfilm (MF), Primary Sources (PS), Research (RE), and the unprocessed Jamaica (J). The collection was acquired by the John Hope Franklin Research Center in 2015.

Buck Roberts papers, 1935-1979

7.0 Linear Feet
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Papers of playwright and actor Charles “Buck” Roberts from Durham, N.C. The collection consists of scripts authored by Roberts, photographs of productions, scrapbooks from his youth, and programs and press releases from performances.
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Joseph L. Steiner papers, undated, 1927

0.1 Linear Feet (1 folder and 1 volume)
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Joseph Steiner was a Harvard graduate (class of 1928) who later founded Kenner Products, which distributed the Spirograph and the Easy-Bake Oven. This collection contains his 1927 course notes in economic history and theory, from lectures by F.W. Taussig and Joseph Schumpeter.
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Joseph L. Steiner papers, undated, 1927 0.1 Linear Feet (1 folder and 1 volume)

Loose notes on economic theory and history, approximately 1927 Folder 1

Claude Pouteau manuscript, undated [1772].

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AMS. A prescription.
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Allan Gurganus Papers, 1961-2020

65 Linear Feet .07 Gigabytes
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Allan Gurganus (1947- ), a gay, white, Southern writer, was born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Gurganus trained as a painter, served in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War, then studied at Sarah Lawrence College and the Iowa Writers' Workshop. He later taught writing at Sarah Lawrence College; the Iowa Writers' Workshop; Stanford University; and Duke University. The collection includes the following series: (1) Writings; (2) Correspondence; (3) Personal Papers; (4) Artwork; and (5) Others' Works.
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Hansen Glove Corporation records, 1927-1954 and undated

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Hansen Glove Corporation was a manufacturer of gloves and mittens based in Milwaukee, Wis. Collection includes black-and-white photographs, print advertisements, transcripts of meetings, published booklets, sales literature, catalogs and color sample guides. Advertising materials may be the work of the Klau-Van Pietersom-Dunlap agency (later part of Hoffman York). Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

Cause Marketing Forum. Halo Awards Records, 2002-2012 and undated, 2002-2012 and undated

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Professional organization founded in 2002 by David Hessekiel to promote business-nonprofit collaboration and corporate sponsorship of social service campaigns. Halo Awards were established in 2003 to celebrate notable cause marketing campaigns.le endeavors by businesses.

Harden family papers, 1772-1940

4 Linear Feet (6 boxes, 2,531 items including 27 volumes.)
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Collection includes correspondence, diaries, account books, daybooks, and legal and other papers, of Edward Harden, planter, lawyer, and politician, of Athens, Ga.; of his son, Edward Randolph Harden, lawyer and politician; and of other members of their family. The material concerns U.S. and Georgia politics, Cherokee Indian affairs (1840s), military recruitment in the Civil War, the 44th Georgia Infantry, military operations in the Confederacy, Reconstruction and economic conditions, the Republican Party in the south, social life and customs, genealogy, and other matters. Also includes a diary kept by Evelyn Harden Jackson during the last months of the war referring to the general alarm preceding Sherman's activities in Georgia.
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Dick Harold papers, circa 1930s-1960s

1.5 Linear Feet
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Outdoor advertising executive, manager of family billposting company Harold Outdoor Advertising that operated in Indiana and surrounding states.
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Stuart Elliott papers, 1875-2014 and undated

85.0 Linear Feet
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Advertising and business columnist for USA Today and the New York Times.
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J. Claude Evans family papers, 1930-2002

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J. Claude Evans was a United Methodist minister who served in South Carolina, Texas, and North Carolina along with his wife, Maxilla. He edited the South Carolina Methodist Advocate from 1952 to 1957, and was chaplain at Southern Methodist University in Dallas from 1957 until his retirement from the ministry in 1982. The majority of the family's papers relate to the pastoral and counseling career of J. Claude Evans, and include drafts and copies of his sermons, articles, columns, and other writings from the 1940s through the early 2000s on wide-ranging topics such as Christianity, spirituality, abortion, race, sexuality, sexism, nature, equality, aging, and violence. The papers also include some personal materials, correspondence, genealogy, notes and printed materials from his many professional activities, and Evans' subject files. There is a small amount of material created and collected by Maxilla, J. Claude's wife, largely relating to her bird watching and breeding of songbirds in Texas and North Carolina.

El Pueblo, Inc. Records, 1994-2020

21 Linear Feet 265 Gigabytes (192.8 gigabytes transferred from El Pueblo server on a RL-owned external hard drive. Two additional external hard drives were transferred by donor. One contains 63 gigabytes of data. The other contains 9 gigabytes of data)
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El Pueblo Inc. is a non-profit organization based in Raleigh, NC that serves and supports the Latin American community of North Carolina through advocacy work, programs in Latino culture, health, public safety, and youth leadership. This collection contains photographs and other media documenting their events, relevant newspaper clippings collected by the organization, and administrative files related to the management and operation of the organization. Acquired as part of the Human Rights Archive.

Judith A. Fortney Papers, 1967-2004

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Judith A. Fortney is a public health scholar and researcher who received her PhD at Duke University and worked for Family Health International and the World Health Organization. This collection documents her professional activities.

Funkhouser family papers, 1786-1941, bulk 1836-1908

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The Funkhouser family lived in Virginia with members moving West with the expansion of the Unites States. Other Funkhouser descendants moved into Ohio, Maryland and New Jersey. The collection contains correspondence, diary and other papers, chiefly 1836-1908, of the Funkhouser family of Mount Jackson, Va. including Andrew Funkhouser. Topics discussed include conditions in the West, opposition to slavery, and economic conditions in the U.S. after 1837; Civil War letters discuss camp life of Union and Confederate soldiers and the state of the South. Post-war letters are mainly personal. Includes a diary (1863) kept by G. H. Snapp, a minister of the United Brethren in Christ Church, telling of religious life among soldiers and civilians.
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Elias Fulp papers, 1858-1908 and undated

2 Linear Feet
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Elias Fulp was a physician from Walnut Cove, North Carolina. Postmaster of Fulp, North Carolina. The collection consists of correspondence and other papers pertaining to Fulp's role as trustee for Sidney H. Reid, who had just gone into bankruptcy. There are also several account books with accounts of a physician's practice.
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Ledger Fragment, undated Box 1

Bankruptcy Proceedings, 1905 Oversize-folder 1

Bankruptcy Proceedings, 1903-1906 Box 1

Peter Goin photographs, 1987-2006 and undated

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Collection consists of photographs by Peter Goin on the theme of the interactions and the connections between people and the natural world, and the way people manage, perceive, and represent "nature." The images depict altered and artificial landscapes featuring beaches, canals, farm fields, rivers, prescribed burns and reforestation sites, zoos, an abandoned town, and other places. They were shot in various locations, predominantly in North and South Carolina and Virginia, but also in Alabama, Georgia, central Florida, Arizona, California, Tennessee, and Nevada. The project resulted in a book, Humanature (1996) and an exhibit. Image formats include 16x20 inch exhibit-quality color prints, accompanied by negatives, black-and-white work prints, and book illustration prints. Research, correspondence, and other publication materials are also included in the collection. Acquired as part of the Archive of Documentary Arts, Duke University.