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Identifier: SM 04-02
Content Handwritten manuscript in Spanish concerning the rights of a family. Illustrations are featured on some pages.
Identifier: SM 05-06
Scope and Contents One telegram from W.E. Bird to John H. Wilson, Jr., of Fort Bragg, stating intention of Western Carolina Teachers' College (later, Western Carolina University) to confer degrees upon students who left school to enroll in the armed forces."College willing to grant A B degree to seniors who left this year for service. Provided they write or wire immediately that such degree would be distinct advantage. Such advantage to be specifically stated by student and vouched for by commanding...
Identifier: MSS 80-59
Content Description A.C. Reynolds (1870 - 1953) served as the second president of Cullowhee Normal and Industrial School (Western Carolina University), from 1912 to 1920. He was influential in Buncombe County education and instrumental in establishing Rutherford College, in Brevard, NC. Reynolds wrote about his experiences in fostering education in western North Carolina, his beliefs about the role of education, and his life as a boy in the mountains of western North Carolina in the late 1890s. The collection...
Identifier: MSS 03-09
Content Description Galley proofs for the centennial history of Western Carolina University published in 1989, A Mountain Heritage: The Illustrated History of Western Carolina University.
Identifier: MSS 97-08
Content Description A scrapbook, twenty-eight issues of the Sylva Herald newspaper (1950s - 1960s) and other regional newspapers, and newspaper clippings concerning western North Carolina families and topics.
Identifier: MSS 99-4
Content Description Bulletins of the Sylva Methodist Church, contained in binders.
Identifier: SM 10-23
Scope and Contents “The Constitution Jackson County Unit of the N.C.E.A.”Western Carolina College Graduate Progress SheetSchedule of Graduate Classes, Second Summer Term, 1955Western Carolina Teachers College, Commencement Program, May 25 and May 24, 1947 (Mary Reynolds Cowan, Bachelor of Arts)Eight Photographs: 1. A.C. Reynolds' children. Ruth Reynolds Tandy, Sallie Reynolds Wiebe, Elizabeth Reynolds Parker Mary Reynolds Cowan, and Margaret or Evelyn Reynolds. ...
Identifier: SM 04-03
Contents An issue of the Agricultural Review, “Published Twice a Month by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Raleigh, N.C., and dated August 15, 1940. This four page issue is volume 15, no. 15.
Identifier: SM 80-31
Scope and Contents The collection consists of three items: An IOU for $88.87 from Josiah Holly (?) to Christian Freeman and witnessed by Jack Haney; a photocopy of a Hayesville College catalogue (1898); a letter from A. L. Penland to Judith McDowell explaining the purpose of sending her the catalogue and additional information.
Identifier: SM 00-04
Contents Nine (9) Confederate States money bills. A coin. Three (3) payment receipts.
Identifier: MSS 07-01
Content Description This collection contains a number of insightful items concerning the Gragg (Gregg) and Oxner families of Jackson and Haywood counties. It was given the name Alda Turpin Nicholson in honor of Mrs. Carolyn Jean Cogdill’s mother. Mrs. Cogdill donated the collection and is a descendent of the Oxner and Gragg families. The oldest and perhaps most notable item in the collection is John Gragg’s “Cyphering Book”, which dates back to 1798. According to the book, Mr. Gragg was born...
Identifier: SM 02-12
Contents Brochure entitled "Opportunity. Allen High School, Asheville, N.C." A photograph on the front features the school Glee Club.
Identifier: MSS 00-04
Content Description Records concerning the Alpha Iota Chapter of ETA State (North Carolina) of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International. Materials include "Chapter President" files from 1957-1998 containing minutes and records of activities, members and attendance records, and correspondence; "Necrology" files; "Minutes" files; two bound scrapbooks of the Alpha Iota Chapter for 1956-1985 and 1986-1999; and publications concerning the Delta Kappa Gamma Society, including yearbooks, histories, directories,...
Identifier: MSS 02-06
Content description Folder 1: Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, Vol. 66, nos. 3 and 4Folder 2: Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, Vol. 67, nos. 1-4Folder 3: Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, Vol. 68, nos. 2 and 3Folder 4: One copy each of (1) "Reflect, Renew and Recommit: Charting our Course"; (2) "Patterns for a Stronger Region: Communication! Creativity! Commitment!"; (3) "Partnerships: Advancing Teaching and Learning"Folder 5: Delta Kappa Gamma News, Vol. 57, nos. 4,5 and 7; Vol....
Identifier: MSS 07-02
Content Description Literary productions & reports
Identifier: SM 80-22
Content Description Legible and semi-legible photocopies. Scope and Contents According to his own testimony, Amos Brown (1766-1842) was born in Virginia. While a small child, his family moved to Mecklenburg County, NC, and then to Lincoln County, NC. However, it is possible that, since Lincoln County was formed from Tryon County, which in turn was formed from Mecklenburg County, the Brown's residence might have changed by county division rather than by family...
Identifier: MSS 80-70
Scope and Contents Amos Medford, a genealogist, assembled the collection. The collection contains correspondence, business papers, and legal papers of John Liner, a doctor in Haywood County, NC, in the early 19th century; an account by Medford of the 1910 trial of Allen Green, of Haywood County, on charges of manslaughter; a biographical pamphlet by W. Clark Medford on R.A. Sentelle (1846-1934), a former Haywood County school superintendent and minister; a book entitled Old Albemarle and Its Absentee Landlords,...
Identifier: SM 80-53
Scope and Contents A letter is from Jno. W. Anderson, Secretary of the Dalton Lodge, No. 105 of the Masonic Lodge, Dalton, GA, to John Calvin Johnson, Watkinsville, GA. The letter is an inquiry concerning the Masonic status of James P. Isbell. The only other name mentioned is that of Nathen C. Barner.
Identifier: SM 80-30
Scope and Contents The collection contains a manuscript by Hilda Way Gwyn on the election of Andrew Jackson as President and his inaugural ceremony. The manuscript also includes biographical information on Robert Love, including within the manuscript text a letter from Colonel Love to William Welch in which he tells of his trip to Raleigh, NC, and the nomination of Andrew Jackson for President of the United States.
Identifier: MSS 81-01
Content Description This collection contains reports prepared by J. Dan Pittillo, biology professor at Western Carolina University, associates, and students. These consist of natural history profiles of selected areas of western North Carolina and the Appalachian Mountains, prepared for the National Park Service and the Highlands Biological Station (Highlands, NC). The reports profile physiography, history, vegetation, and present and future uses.
Identifier: SM 97-3
Content Description Good (backing paper is fragile). Scope and Contents Pages from a scrapbook featuring postcards and other images of Asheville and western North Carolina.Captions:Asheville from Beaumont Beaumont Gap and BridgeBiltmore HouseBuncombe County Concrete BridgeBuncombe County Court HouseCanyon...
Identifier: SM 97-08
Content Description Seventy postcard images of western North Carolina on thirty-five separate sheets.CaptionsAdministration Bldg. and U.S. Veterans [Hospital ?]Alum Cave BluffsAlum Cave PeaksThe Assembly Inn, Montreat, N.C.Bird's-eye View of Canton, N.C., showing plant of Champion FibreBird's-eye View of Mars Hill College, Bailey Mt. in BackgroundBird's-eye view of Marshall, N.C. On the French Broad River...
Identifier: SM 99-03
Content Description Postcard images of western North Carolina.
Identifier: SM 02-08
Content Description Envelope with return address for the Asheville Black Tourists, Athletic, Industrial & Social Club.
Identifier: SM 03-03
Scope and Contents Photo-Album containing three hundred and sixty-three (363) photographs from the Asheville and Buncombe County, North Carolina vicinity. Pictures with dates indicated range from 1914 to 1925. Most pictures are 2½ inches x 3 ½ inches in size. Among the featured or identified pictures are: baptisms; Bethel Church; Camp Meeting (1923); Cane Creek; Chimney Rock; family outings and picnics; Fletcher School (1921); French Broad River; group and individual pictures; Holsclaw Cabin; homes; Mt....
Identifier: MSS 80-77
Content Description Associated Artists of North Carolina, Inc. (AANC) was organized formally on January 10, 1960, in Greensboro, NC. The January meeting had been preceded by an organizational meeting held on December 13, 1959, in the Merin Gallery, Greensboro, during which the proposed by-laws and statements of aims and objectives were drawn up.The purpose of the AANC was to bring together persons interested in the advancement of the fine arts in North Carolina. The Association was to conduct,...
Identifier: MSS 81-03
Content Description This addition to the Associated Artists of North Carolina collection contains additional correspondence of the organization and a Prospectus-Catalog summary. For additional information, see collection description for MSS 80-77.
Identifier: MSS 80-07
Scope and Contents The collection contains correspondence of James R. Thomas, of Waynesville, NC, A. C. Avery of Morganton, NC, and Avery's wife (sister of James R. Thomas). James Thomas was the son of William H. Thomas, a North Carolina state senator, Cherokee Indian agent, and attorney for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. A. C. Avery was a North Carolina Supreme Court Associate Justice. Most of the correspondence concerns attempts to buy and sell the lands in Waynesville that belonged to James R. Love. ...
Identifier: SM 06-03
Scope and Contents Two (2) letters from A.W. Farmer to his “Dear wife,” A.E. Farmer, during his service in the Thomas Legion in the Civil War. The first letter was addressed from Carter County in eastern Tennessee and dated April 7, 1863. The second letter was addressed from Freedom, also with an eastern Tennessee location indicated, and dated June 30, 1863.Ambrose Weston Farmer (1831 – 1908) and Artie Elizabeth Allen Farmer (1840 – 1871) married on January 27, 1857. Farmer enlisted in the Thomas...
Identifier: MSS 80-71
Content Description The Bartram Trail Society organized for the purpose of marking a hiking trail which follows the route traveled by William Bartram on his exploratory journey through the South in 1773-1776. The Society uses Bartram's Journal as a guide for marking the trails.Most of the collection concerns the North Carolina Bartram Trail Society, but much of their efforts are coordinated with Bartram Trail societies in Georgia and Alabama. In addition to correspondence, the collection contains...
- Correspondence 90
- Clippings (information artifacts) 71
- Photographs 70
- Manuscripts (documents) 41
- Legal documents 27
- Publications (documents) 27
- Newsletters 25
- Genealogies (histories) 22
- Scrapbooks 22
- Business records 17
- Financial records 17
- Minutes (administrative records) 17
- Programs (documents) 17
- Postcards 15
- Reports 15
- Ledgers (account books) 14
- Receipts (financial records) 14
- Brochures 13
- Booklets 11
- Books 11 ∧ less
- North Carolina Art Education Association 10
- Western Carolina Teachers College 6
- Love, Robert, 1760-1845 5
- Paulk, William 5
- Bird, William Ernest 4
- Cullowhee Normal and Industrial School (Cullowhee, N.C.) 4
- Hayes, Hubert, 1901-1964 4
- Hayes, Leona T. 4
- Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931 4
- Battle, John Bascombe, 1897-2000 3
- Cullowhee High School (Cullowhee, N.C.) 3
- Cullowhee State Normal School (Cullowhee, N.C.) 3
- Madison, Sarah (Sarah Jean Sutton Montgomery), 1931- 3
- Rash, Ron, 1953- 3
- Rotary Club of Sylva (Sylva, N.C.) 3
- Stringfield, William W. (William Williams), 1837-1923 3
- Webster Historical Society (Webster, N.C.) 3
- Western Carolina University. Mountain Heritage Center 3
- Witt, Peter Nikolaus 3
- Browder, Nathaniel C., 1904- 2 ∧ less