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Elizabeth A. McMahan papers, 1926-2010 and undated

16.4 Linear Feet 9105 Items
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The collection contains primarily correspondence and greeting cards, including correspondence with John Craig Wheeler (considered the father of "black holes") on parapsychology and its intersection with theoretical physics. Also includes news clippings and scrapbooks documenting McMahan's life; illustrations she made describing her travels aboard Pacific-traveling cargo ships; several of her self-published children's books; and compilations of her cartoons from "The Meadowlark, " a newsletter published by Carolina Meadows, a retirement community in Chapel Hill, N.C. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.

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Irvin Family papers, circa 1890s-2016

10.25 Linear Feet (23 boxes; 2 oversize folders) approximately 5150 Items
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Collection consists largely of correspondence between historian Nell Irvin Painter and her parents (1969-2003), documenting various stages of their lives, travels, and Painter's scholarly career. Also includes writings by or about Nell Painter, including reviews of her work; materials, including photographs and tintypes (circa 1890s-1910s) of African Americans in Victoria, Texas, kept by Frank and Dona Irvin, relating to their early life near Houston, and documenting aspects of African American history in that area; copies and reviews of Dona Irvin's writings; documents related to Frank and Dona's education and careers; family photographs; videos; Frank irvin's diary (2000-2003); legal papers; and other items. Acquired as part of the John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture.
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Victoria Ortiz papers, 1923-1999 and undated, bulk 1960-1990

12.2 Linear Feet 19.0 linear feet; approx. 14,999 Items
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The Victoria Ortiz Papers span the years 1923 to 1999, with the majority of the papers dating from 1960 to 1990. The main collection (2003-0204) comprises materials separated from the Bobbye S. Ortiz Papers and consists of one series; the accession number 2003-0204 was assigned to this grouping. Viki Ortiz's political and intellectual interests can be gleaned from the topics in the Victoria Ortiz Subject Files Series, which has been divided into seven subseries to facilitate its use. The first three subseries contain newspaper and magazine articles, organizational materials, photographs, pamphlets, speeches, and reports related to Cuba, Mexico, and Latin America. Scholars of U.S. anticommunism and student movements in the 1960s may find of interest materials related to Ortiz's 1963 trip to Cuba, taken with 58 other college students in defiance of U.S. policy. Each subseries is organized alphabetically by topic or title.

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Accession 2003-0204: Subject files, 1961-1984, undated

Cuba Subseries, 1961-1984 and undated

J. Walter Thompson Company. Advertising and Marketing Intelligence Database records, 1977-1983 and undated

1.8 Linear Feet 1125 Items
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The J. Walter Thompson Company, Advertising and Marketing Intelligence Database Records date from 1977 to 1983, with some undated material. The collection contains information on the development and early years of the Advertising and Marketing Intelligence (AMI) database, successor to the Issues Monitoring System (1970s) produced by the New York Times (NYT) Information Bank and the White House; a JWT/NYT advertising and marketing news database (1979) drawn from over 60 major business publications; and AD/KIT, or "Advertising Key Information Tracking System." Available by subscription and via telnet, AMI began in 1980 and tracked news items according to an advertising keyword index. The collection details the conception, announcement, and initial years of operation of AMI with financial data, marketing and management information, marketing research, and slide presentation scripts. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising, and Marketing History.

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Susan Hill papers, 1976-2003

24.5 Linear Feet
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Susan Hill is a North Carolina native, social worker, activist for female reproductive rights, and founder of the National Women's Health Organization. Collection includes newspaper clippings related to abortion and women's health issues, records from the National Women's Health Organization, and audiovisual material. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Margaret McFadden Papers, 1825-2015, bulk 1961-2015

145.0 Linear Feet 145.0 linear feet
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Margaret McFadden is a feminist scholar and activist; she was the founder of the Women's Studies Program and retired as a professor in Interdisciplinary Studies at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. This collection comprises McFadden's professional papers. Includes published materials, conference files, materials related to the Southeastern Women's Studies Association (of which she is a founding member), correspondence, writings, teaching materials, and subject files. This collection also includes several additions; please consult the Collection Overview below to learn more about their contents. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2003-0264), 1970s-2003 44 boxes

Addition (2005-0003), 1979-1999 9 Boxes

Addition (2005-0089), 1974-2005 7 Boxes

National Women's Studies Association Journal records, 1990-2008

49.5 Linear Feet 49.5 Linear Ft.
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NWSA Journal, an official publication of the National Women's Studies Association, publishes interdisciplinary, multi-cultural feminist scholarship linking feminist theory with teaching and activism. Accession 2003-0263 (26,100 items; 43.5 lin. ft.; dated 1990-1998 and undated) comprises administrative files, records of the site search and other editorial board policy matters, correspondence, annual and semi-annual reports, copyedited manuscripts, readers' reports, and published manuscripts; and revisions of issues from each volume. Addition (06-006) (7 items, .1 lin. ft.; dated 1990-1998) comprises 7 issues of the NWSAction newsletter, Fall 1990-Summer 1998.Addition (06-039) (375 items, .2 lin. ft.; dated 2000-2003) contains final page proofs, abstracts, advertising, research and proposals, and correspondence generated for the special issue Gender and Modernity, Fall 2003, volume 15, number 3. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession, 2003 (2003-0263) 29 boxes

Rotary International. District 7710 records, 1920-2012

26.1 Linear Feet
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Rotary International was established as a men's service organization in Chicago in 1905. This collection contains records relating to Rotary International, District 7710, which includes counties in central North Carolina. Includes the district's conference programs, conference minutes, executive committee minutes, correspondence, directories, policies and procedures. Also includes information about the district's exchange program and various club histories, including numerous club rosters and club bulletins for the Chapel Hill and Raleigh Rotary Clubs. There are also clippings, newsletters, photographs, and slides related to the organization's activities.
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Accession (2004-0126), 1960s-1980s 5 boxes

Accession (2008-0278), 1999-2008 8 boxes

Ernestine Friedl papers, circa 1950 - 2000

22.5 Linear Feet 15000 Items
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Ernestine Friedl served as chair of the Dept. of Anthropology and as Dean of Arts and Sciences and Trinity College at Duke University. She studied gender roles, rural life in modern Greece, and the Chippewa. The Ernestine Friedl papers include personal and professional correspondence, subject files, course materials, articles, reprints, field notes, and sound recordings related to her anthropological research and her roles as professor and administrator at Queens College and Duke University. English.
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Harry L. Levy papers, circa 1934 - 1980

3 Linear Feet 2000 Items
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Harry L. Levy (1906-1981) served as a professor and dean of students at Hunter College, dean and vice-chancellor of the City University of New York, professor of the humanities at Fordham University, and visiting professor of classical studies at Duke University. Levy wrote several books and numerous articles; he specialized in the Roman poet Claudian, and authored major works on Ovid and Lucian. Papers include correspondence, subject files, articles, and reprints written and collected by Harry L. Levy, relating to his research in classical studies, and his roles as a professor and administrator. English.
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McFadden Family papers, 1921-2002

6.5 Linear Feet 4875 Items
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William Allen McFadden (1904-1991), Methodist minister from Indiana, graduate of DePauw, Boston University School of Theology, and Union Seminary in New York. He was a lifelong pacifist and social justice worker. His wife was Glenora English McFadden (1910-2001) and her mother was Estella Graves English (1885-1960). The McFaddens had three children: Margaret McFadden (whose papers are also housed in the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture), Edith Collins, and David McFadden. This collection consists of numerous accessions containing correspondence, audiocassettes, diaries, photographs, yearbooks, printed materials, newspaper clippings, and other miscellaneous materials, largely produced by William and Glenora McFadden during their courtship and marriage, 1921-1991. Also included is correspondence from Glenora McFadden's mother, Estella Graves English, and correspondence from Margaret McFadden, the McFaddens' daughter. Please consult the Collection Overview below for more information about the materials in each accession.
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Accession (2005-0028) 1 boxes

Dan Kirsch papers, 1975-2004

19.1 Linear Feet 10,840 Items
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Activist, community organizer, and theater director. Executive director of Charlotte's Lesbian and Gay Community Center. He also founded One Voice, a gay, lesbian and gay-affirmative chorus in Charlotte, NC, and OutCharlotte, an annual cultural festival that celebrated LGBT culture through theater, dance, music, visual art, film and video. Collection documents the activities of Dan Kirsch and his work with various North Carolina gay and lesbian organizations. Organizations represented in the collection include One Voice, the N.C. Lesbian and Gay Pride Board, PELAG, Time Out Youth, OutCharlotte, NC Pride, and The Lesbian and Gay Community Center of Charlotte.
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Accession (2005-0037) 21 Boxes

Lenora Greenbaum Ucko papers, 1966-2013

7 Linear Feet 4220 Items
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Professor of anthropology, sociology, and social work, who founded StoriesWork, a non-profit organization in Durham, N.C. that advocates Therapeutic Storytelling, or the use of folk story analysis for empowering abused women. Collection consists of several separate accessions and includes Ucko's travel diaries; teaching and course materials; transcripts of Ucko's publications, including her book, Endangered Spouses; correspondence; Russian genalogy; materials from the Henry Zvi Ucko Memorial Exhibit, "What We Brought with Us," which featured personal items taken by German Jews who fled Nazi Germany in the 1930s; and other materials from Ucko's position at the Museum of the Jewish Family in the late 1990s. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2006-0015) 6 boxes

Paul Weinberg photographs, 1979-2007

15 Linear Feet (24 boxes; 10 CD-Rs; 1 oversize folder) 434 Items
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South African born documentary photographer. Collection contains over 400 black-and-white and color prints from several of Weinberg's exhibits and books on Southern Africa and other regions. Titles of projects include: Travelling Light; The Moving Spirit; In Search of the San; Going Home; Once We Were Hunters; Kosi Bay; Working the Land & Back to the Land; and Durban: Impressions of an African City. The photographs document rural indigenous communities and urban culture in several African countries; events photographed include religious celebrations and rituals, a poetry festival, and South Africa's first democratic elections (1994). Also included high-resolution scans of photographs in the collection. Acquired as part of the Archive of Documentary Arts at Duke University.
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Accession (2006-0119), 1979-2007

Bingham Center Zine collection, 1992-2017

33.5 Linear Feet
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This collection consists of zines, primarily authored by women, acquired as donations from multiple collectors or purchased from book stores, zine fairs, and zine distributors. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2006-0136), 1992-2006 35 boxes

Milton C. Marney papers, 1908-2003

9.6 Linear Feet 7,200 Items
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Scientist, taxonomist, and brother of Carlyle Marney. Collection contains professional and personal correspondence including family letters. Also included are research papers and book chapters on taxonomy and prescriptive science.
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Accession, 2006 (2006-0134) 16 boxes

Elizabeth Hargrave papers, 1977-2010

3.7 Linear Feet 1576 Items
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Elizabeth Hargrave is an Episcopal lay woman and multi-issue activist who served as the Chair of the Davidson County (N.C.) Commissioners, the N.C. Council of Churches Committee for Equal Rights, and Episcopal Diocese of N.C. Collection contains religious and activist conference and workshop materials, printed materials, clippings, a campaign T-shirt, one audiocassette, photographs, Davidson County (N. C.) Commissioner campaign materials, Charlotte Women's Political Caucus materials, and files related to public education in North Carolina. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2007-0120), 1987-1989 5 Boxes

Outdoor Advertising Association of Connecticut records, 1970-1996

2.4 Linear Feet
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Outdoor advertising professional organization in Connecticut in the 1970s-1990s. Collection contains the organizational records of the Outdoor Advertising Association of Connecticut, primarily consisting of correspondence (1970-1987), rosters, bylaws, and other organizational files. Also included are files related to the Scenic Roadways project with the State of Connecticut, as well as lobbyist files and information on senate bills that may affect outdoor advertising. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising, and Marketing History.
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Accession (2007-0209), 1970-1996 4 boxes

William Erwin Stauber papers, 1942-1980 and undated, bulk 1942-1945

2.4 Linear Feet 1800 Items
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Head of a Durham, N.C. advertising firm and lieutenant in the U.S. Navy during WWII. Collection contains materials related to Stauber's service in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Some of the material contains notes and scripts of announcements and news reports made by Stauber on a radio show onboard the USS Biloxi. These radio broadcasts are dated January-April and document, among other things, the US invasion of Iwo Jima and contain marks of official censorship. A large part of the collection consists of correspondence, primarily from Stauber to his mother (1942-1945). Also included are photographs of USS Biloxi reunions (1974-1980), one of which was located in Durham, North Carolina.
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Accession, 2007 (2007-0131) 4 boxes

Radio show notes Box 1

Center for Documentary Studies DoubleTake exhibition collection, 1906-1996, bulk 1990-1996

5 Linear Feet (8 boxes; 51 items) 51 Items
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The Center for Documentary Studies was established at Duke University in Durham, N.C. for the study of the documentary process. The collection contains 51 black-and-white and color photographs, chiefly 11x14 and 16x20 inches, that were selected by CDS staff from portfolios published in DoubleTake magazine or by DoubleTake books from 1995 to 1997, and were exhibited at the CDS galleries. Many of the images were taken in the southern United States, but there are also scenes from California, Illinois, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania, and from countries such as Mexico, Vietnam and Ireland. Some images are dated as early as 1906 and 1940. Acquired as part of the Archive of Documentary Arts at Duke University.
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Accession 2007 (2007-0157) 8 boxes

J. B. Fuqua papers, 1929-2006 and undated

70.9 Linear Feet 53,000 Items
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Businessman, philanthropist, and chairman of The Fuqua Companies and Fuqua Enterprises. The J.B. Fuqua Papers span the years 1929-2006. The collection is separated into two divisions according to place of origin: Fuqua's business office and his home office. The office files document Fuqua Industries and The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, and include annual reports, reading files and general business papers, as well as clippings, periodicals, and copies of articles about J. B. Fuqua and his businesses. The home office files primarily document Fuqua's early career and contain files for the various businesses he acquired. A large component of video cassette recordings chiefly contain speeches and programs related to Fuqua and the Duke University Fuqua School of Business.
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Julie LaValle Jones papers, 1970-1998

4.8 Linear Feet 3600 items
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Julie LaValle Jones was a feminist who worked to prevent domestic violence in the Washington, D.C. area. Accession (2008-0029) (3600 items; 4.8 lin. ft.; dated 1970-1998, bulk 1973-1982) includes speeches, essays, pamphlets and other feminist publications (e.g. newspapers and journals), administrative files of all the feminist organizations Jones founded or worked with, conference files, project files, subject files, correspondence, and ephemera (including four posters and two audiocassettes). Some of the organizations represented include the YWCA, My Sister's Place, the Women's Legal Defense Fund's Task Force on Abused Women, and the Feminist Alliance Against Rape. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2008-0029) 8 boxes, 2 oversize folders

Armando Guevara Ochoa Music collection, undated

2 Linear Feet 50 Items
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Armando Guevara Ochoa (born 1926) is a Peruvian composer, violinist, and director. Manuscripts, photocopies of manuscripts, and ozalid reproductions of scores and parts of Guevara Ochoa's compositions. Several contain performance and editorial markings.
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Accession (2008-0090), undated 3 boxes

Edwin Burmeister papers, 1960-2008

14.4 Linear Feet (25 boxes.) 1 Megabytes (One set.)
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Edwin Burmeister is Research Professor Emeritus of Economics at Duke University. This collection documents his professional life through his correspondence, writings, research, and professional and faculty activities. It forms part of the Economists' Papers Archive.
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Triangle Business and Professional Guild records, 1970-2006

1.5 Linear Feet 900 items
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According to the Triangle Business and Professional Guild bylaws, the TBPG aims to establish a network of business and professional resources, to encourage fellowship and support among businesses, professionals, and charitable pursuits, and to provide and promote positive role models in the gay and lesbian community, particularly in the Triangle (Raleigh, Chapel Hill, and Durham) area of North Carolina. This organization was founded in the early 1990s and is based in Raleigh. Accession (2008-0168) (900 items; 1.5 lin. ft.; dated 1970-2006) includes TBPG newsletters from 1993-2006, news clippings highlighting the lesbian and gay communities, and some administrative material. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2008-0168), 1970-2006 3 boxes

U.S. Census 2000 Advertising Files, 2000-2002

3 Linear Feet About 300 items
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The U.S. Census Bureau conducts a nationwide census every 10 years. Census 2000 sought to count and classify a record number of the American population, emphasizing the changing demographics of the country. This collection was donated to the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising, & Marketing History by Sybil F. Stershic, a member of the Census Advisory Committee of Professional Associations for Census 2000. The collection includes a Census 2000 advertising binder, several informational and promotional posters, a partnership informational kit, and two special reports. There are also two VHS tapes with advertisements from the Census 2000 campaign. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising, & Marketing History.
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Accession (2008-0247) 3 boxes

J. Walter Thompson Company. London Office. records, 1920s-2005 and undated

600 Linear Feet 450,000 Items
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Founded in 1864, the J. Walter Thompson Company (JWT) is one of the oldest and largest enduring advertising agencies in the United States. The London Office first opened in 1926, and was JWT's first international office and the first international office of any American advertising agency. Consists primarily of account files, Knowledge Center subject files, books and publications, general office files, and the papers of some executives. Major clients represented include DeBeers; Elida Gibbs; Gallaher Tobacco; Guinness; Kellogg's; Kodak; Kraft; Nestlé; Rowntree; Scott Paper; SmithKline Beecham; Unilever; and Warner-Lambert. Includes photographs and slides; scrapbooks; videocassettes; scripts to commercials; and proof sheets of printed advertisements. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.
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Accession (2008-0270), 1920s-2005 and undated 449 boxes

Account Files

Veteran Feminists of America records, 1971-2017

32 Linear Feet
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Veteran Feminists of America (VFA) is a nonprofit organization for veterans of the Second Wave of the feminist movement. It was founded by Jacqueline Ceballos and held its first feminist reunion in 1993. The organization sponsors reunions, programs, and publications honoring feminists throughout the United States. The collection includes administrative files, board minutes, program and reunion materials, obituaries, correspondence, financial information, newsletters, and photographs. Acquired by the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2008-0286), 1972-2008 18 boxes

Blake Smith papers, 1940-1973

2.5 Linear Feet
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Baptist minister; pastor of the University Baptist Church, Austin, Texas from 1943-1969. Radio talks, drafts of sermons, sermon transcripts, and a scrapbook of clippings from Smith's time as a pastor at the University Baptist Church of Austin, Texas. Also includes rosters of University of Texas Baptist students and an article on Darwinism in Texas.
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James A. Joseph papers, 1961-2004

3 Linear Feet 2030 Items
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James A. Joseph is a Louisiana native who graduated from Southern University, Baton Rouge, and from Yale Divinity School. He is an ordained minister and is currently Professor of the Practice of Public Policy Studies and Leader-in-Residence at the Hart Leadership Program at Duke University. He is also responsible for launching the U.S. - Southern Africa Center for Leadership and Public Values. Joseph has worked for four U.S. presidents, beginning as Interior undersecretary for President Carter from 1977-1981. He has also served on the Advisory Committee to the Agency on International Development under President Reagan, and was appointed by President Bush to the Presidential Commission on Historically Black Colleges. In 1996, he was appointed as Ambassador to South Africa by President Clinton, where he served until 1999. He is also a former president and CEO of the Council on Foundations, 1982-1995. Collection includes correspondence, chronological files, calendars, clippings, memorabilia, notes, and administrative materials largely dating from Joseph's time as an undersecretary for the Department of the Interior and his ambassadorship to South Africa. Also included are some materials from his work for the Council on Foundations, largely dating from the late 1980s, and some awards and honors dating from the early 2000s. Some newspaper clippings dating from the 1960s discuss his Civil Rights work and ministerial activities. This material has not been processed and therefore no arrangement has been completed at this time. Acquired as part of the John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0015) 1961-2004 2 boxes, 1 oversize folder

Markham family papers, 1880-1945

0.6 Linear Feet 400 items
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The Markham family was a prominent family in Durham in the early 1900s. Charles Markham attended Duke University and was editor of the Duke Chronicle. The collection consists of indentures, contracts, insurance policies, receipts, and other business-related ephemera for the Markham family of Durham, North Carolina, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1910s. Other materials include personal correspondence to and from Charles Markham in the 1940s, as well as some undated blueprints and other miscellaneous ephemera.
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Accession (2009-0019) 1 boxes

Markham family papers, 1880-1945 0.6 Linear Feet 400 items

Laura "Tibbie" Roberts papers, 1811-2011 and undated

4.5 Linear Feet 2933 items
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Laura "Tibbie" Roberts is a life-long activist for women's rights and has been repeatedly honored for her community service and volunteering in North Carolina and abroad. The collection consists of correspondence, conference materials, awards, newspaper clippings, and other ephemera from the life and volunteering of Tibbie Roberts. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0084), 1970s-2008 6 boxes

Durham Traditional Arts Survey Project records, 2000-2002

1.8 Linear Feet 900 Items
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The Durham Traditional Arts Survey was conducted in the early 2000s as part of the Document Durham project within the Community Programs department at the Center for Documentary Studies. Participants consisted of folklorists and photographers who traveled through Durham County, attempting to document the diversity of various communities by focusing on traditional artists within those communities. One outcome of the DTAS was the Home Made Visible: Durham 2002 exhibition, which highlighted Durham traditional arts and crafts. Includes fieldwork reports, interview tapes, slides, photographs, and other documentary material from the research and observations conducted by participants in the Durham Traditional Arts Survey Project. Durham communities and artists represented in the project include African American, African immigrants, Latino, Middle Eastern, Jewish, South Indian, and Asian, as well as occupational traditions and rural community traditions. Acquired as part of the Archive of Documentary Arts.
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Accession (2009-0085), dated 2000-2002 3 boxes

Bertha "B" Holt papers, 1940-2010

5.5 Linear Feet 3425 items
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Bertha "B" Holt is a longtime resident of Burlington, North Carolina. She was first appointed to the N.C. House of Representatives in 1975 and later won re-election eight times. Collection includes campaign materials; correspondence, 1977-2000s; and research materials from various bills and issues from Holt's career. Other files relate to Holt's activities, including the Women's Forum of North Carolina, North Carolina Legislative Women's Caucus; the State Council for Social Legislation; the Science and Technology Board; tribute dinners and awards; clippings; a scrapbooks; and other miscellaneous papers and letters. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0097), 1970-2008 3 boxes

Southerners on New Ground records, 1993-2015

17.3 Linear Feet
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According to the organization's website, Southerners on New Ground (SONG) is an intersectional activist organization that works to build, connect, and sustain those in the South who believe in liberation across all lines of race, class, culture, gender and sexuality. It was established in 1994 following a National Lesbian and Gay Task Force meeting. SONG is currently headquartered in Atlanta with regional offices across the South. The accession (2009-0098) (9.6 lin. ft.; dated 1993-2004) includes administrative and financial records, programming materials, and organizational files, all stemming from retreats, training, workshops, and community events sponsored or promoted by SONG. The accession also includes SONG materials from the Bayard Rustin project, People of Color activities, Pride at Work, and the Highlander Economy Educational Institute, among others. The accession (2015-0113) (2.9 lin. ft.; dated 2006-2015) was donated by Caitlin Breedlove, Co-Director of SONG from 2006-2015. It includes administrative and financial records, programming information, flyers and promotional materials and research related to campaign initiatives from her time in the SONG leadership.
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Accession (2009-0098), 1993-2004 7 boxes

Frances Hooper papers, 1970s

0.6 Linear Feet 3 items
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Frances Hooper (1892-1986) was founder and president of the Frances Hooper Advertising Agency, and was one of the first female advertising executives in the United States. Accession (2009-0100) (3 notebooks; 0.6 lin. ft.; dated 1970s) consists of three spiral-bound collections of typed memoirs written by Hooper around the 1970s. Subjects include her childhood, her journalism career in Chicago, her transition into advertising with Marshall Fields, and descriptions of her friends, her travels, and her book collections. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0100) 1 box

Jim Varney Collection of Advertising, 1983-2000

2.1 Linear Feet 100 Items
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Jim Varney was an actor who played the character Ernest P. Worrell in commercials, a television series (Hey Vern! It's Ernest), and numerous movies. These materials were collected and donated by Roy Lightner. The collection (2009-0119) (100 items; 2.1 lin. ft.; dated 1983-2000) includes videotapes of Ernest films; audiocassettes of commericals; advertising kits used to pitch Ernest as a spokesman for local markets; Ernest memorabilia, including t-shirts, movie posters, buttons, a towel, and a doll; and other miscellaneous marketing tools used by the Carden and Cherry Advertising Agency. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.
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Accession (2009-0119) 3 boxes

Norine Shipley Norris papers, 1895-2000

1.8 Linear Feet 200 Items
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Norine Shipley Norris attended Southern Female College (also known as Cox College) in 1897-1899, and taught Sunday school in Atlanta at Kirkwood Baptist Church in the early 1900s. This collection (2009-0129) (200 items; 1.8 lin. ft.; dated 1890s-2000) includes a variety of materials from Norine Shipley Norris, in particular her school notebooks, correspondence, and catalogs from the Southern Female College, which she attended for at least two years. Of note is the correspondence from Earnest Sevier Cox, a white supremist who courted Shipley for a time (1905-1906); photographs and records from her years of teaching at Kirkwood Baptist Church (1901-1904); and her handwritten application to the Daughters of the American Revolution (1918). Also included are a number of photographs and tintypes, scrapbooks, several books of poetry and literature, and miscellaneous clippings and ephemera.
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Accession (2009-0129) 3 boxes

Rockett, Burkhead & Winslow (RBW) Archives, 1985-2009

7.5 Linear Feet 600 Items
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Rockett, Burkhead & Winslow (RBW) was a Raleigh-based advertising agency that operated from 1985-2009. Accession (2009-0133) includes CDs, videotapes, DVDs, samples of print advertisements, awards, and USB drives with documents from RBW. Clients include Glaxo, Cort, Dollar Tree, Volvo, and Reed's.
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Charles F. Roos papers, 1932-2013, bulk dates 1932-1958

5.5 Linear Feet (Nine boxes.)
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Charles Roos (1901-1958) was the founder of Applied Econometrics, Inc. (now The Econometric Institute, Inc.). This collection documents the first 20 years of that organization through their publications and Roos' correspondence. It forms parts of the Economists' Papers Archive.
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Accession 2009-0146, 1930s-1950s

Patricia Miller papers, 1967-1972

0.6 Linear Feet 500 Items
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Patricia Miller is an attorney, abortion rights activist, and the author of The Worst of Times: Illegal Abortion--Survivors, Practitioners, Coroners, Cops, and Children of Women Who Died Talk About its Horrors. Collection includes Miller's personal correspondence, materials and background information from the Pennsylvania Abortion Law Commission, and general pro and con abortion materials from Pennsylvania and Colorado.
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Accession (2009-0161), 1967-1972 1 box

Women Work! records, 1975-2009

17.1 Linear Feet
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Women Work! improved women's economic security through job training, education, lobbying policymakers, and partnering with other national organizations. It was originally known as the Displaced Homemakers Network, and operated from 1978 until 2009. Accession (2009-0163) (12,375 items; 16.5 lin. ft.; dated 1979-2009) includes board materials, training guides and reports, program materials, conference files, newsletters and publications, news clippings and photocopies, photographs, slides, electronic files and images, and videos. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0163), 1979-2009 11 boxes

June Blum papers, 1969-2005

0.6 Linear Feet 150 Items
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June Blum is a feminist artist and curator, and was at the forefront of the women's art movement in New York City in the 1960s-1970s. Accession (2009-0174) (150 items; 0.6 lin. ft.; dated 1960s-2005) includes biographies and articles about Blum, programs and announcements from gallery shows she curated or participated in, and some photocopied newspaper articles about her role in the women's art movement. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0174), 1969-2005 1 box

June Blum papers, 1969-2005 0.6 Linear Feet 150 Items

Victoria Tepe papers, 1992-2001

1.2 Linear Feet 900 Items
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Victoria Tepe, Ph.D., is an experimental psychologist and neurophysiologist, author, and advocate for women's reproductive health and rights. Collection includes materials from the abortion debate of the 1990s, including articles, essays, handbooks, and reviews. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0180), 1992-2001 2 boxes

J. Walter Thompson Company. Traveling Archives records, 1990-1995

1.2 Linear Feet 50 Items
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In 1994, J. Walter Thompson Co. used its archives at Duke University and information from many offices to create three audiovisual modules on JWT history. Kodak account director Ernie Emerling managed the project. Accession (2009-0185) (50 items; 0.6 lin. ft.; dated 1990-1995) consists of miscellaneous items used in creating the Traveling Archives. Includes submissions on innovations and milestones in JWT advertising by several international offices, including Japan, India, Brazil, and Spain. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.
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Team Detroit Office records, 2006-2009

4 Linear Feet 1200 Items
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Team Detroit is an umbrella organization that includes J. Walter Thompson and a number of other sister advertising agencies. It consolidates all of the ad agencies that work for the Ford Motor Company in Detroit. The accession (2009-0194) (1200 items; 4 lin. ft.; dated 2006-2009) includes marketing plans, sample advertisements and mailings, and launch details for a variety of Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, and Cadillac vehicles between 2006 and 2008. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.
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Accession (2009-0194), 2006-2009 3 boxes

American Economic and Tax Reform Pamphlets and Ephemera, 1919-1984

2 Linear Feet 1000 Items
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This is a collection of pro-Libertarian literature, which includes a wide range of conservative viewpoints. Accession (2009-0196) (1000 items; 2.0 lin. ft.; dated 1919-1984) consists of pamphlets, newsletters, newspapers, brochures, and other publications and periodicals from a variety of pro-libertarian and right wing organizations, including the American Economic Foundation and the National Economic Council, Inc. Topics include free market capitalism, price stabilization, the elimination or reduction of taxes, anti-communism, the Federal Reserve, inflation and the gold standard, the Marshall Plan, and foreign aid.
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North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys records, 1978-2011

17.6 Linear Feet (12,750 items)
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The North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys (NCAWA) was founded in 1978 to support women legal professionals and women's legal rights. Accession (2009-0209) (11.6 lin. ft.; 7100 items; dated 1978-2009) includes administrative and organizational records from the North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys. Materials include membership directories, conference binders, surveys and other research about women in the profession, videotapes from annual conferences, committee and task force files, meeting minutes, articles of incorporation, photographs from events, and other related materials. Accession (2011-1018) (1.0 lin. ft.; 1000 items; dated 1998-2011) includes additional administrative and organizational records from the NCAWA. Materials include newsletters, membership directories, conference notebooks, continuing legal education (CLE) presentations, photographs, correspondence, and periodicals about legal matters. Accession (2013-189) (6.0 lin. ft.; 4500 items; dated 1978-2009) includes newsletters, brochures, membership directories, conference materials, and photographs of past presidents. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0209), 1978-2009 9 boxes

National Coalition of Abortion Providers records, 1990-2009

5.6 Linear Feet 3450 Items
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The National Coalition of Abortion Providers (NCAP) was founded in 1990 as a pro-choice organization that represented the political interests of over 200 independent abortion providers throughout the United States. Collection includes NCAP newsletters; pro-life organization files with news clippings and other materials; partial birth abortion legislation and debate information; training documents, and other administration materials. Also includes printed and audiovisual materials from other pro-choice groups. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0210) 5 boxes

Muriel Henderson papers, 1900-2009

18 Linear Feet 13500 Items
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Muriel Henderson (1920-2009) and her husband, Lawrence (Larry), were originally from Tacoma, Washington. They served as missionaries to Angola from 1947 to 1969 and eventually retired to Durham in the 1990s. The bulk of the papers relate Muriel Henderson's personal and family history (for the Woods and Henderson families). She lived with her husband Lawrence (Larry) Henderson in Angola doing missionary work from 1947 to 1969 and the collection includes many materials from this time (including journals and letters). Henderson kept in touch with people from Angola throughout the remainder of her life. The collection also includes many materials documenting her family's life in the early 20th century in the Pacific Northwest (mostly in or around Tacoma, Washington), including photographs, diaries, children's drawings and letters, school report cards, diplomas, letters, recollections (many typed) from family members, and ledgers of household expenses. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
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Accession (2009-0227) 12 boxes and 1 oversize folder