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Twenty-six relief prints produced circa 1940's by John Taylor.
Folder 1 – Photographs. Dr. Alex Pow, with colleagues, students, and associates. n.d.
Folder 2 – Photographs. Dr. Doug Reid, with colleagues, students, and associates. 1956-1966, n.d.
Folder 3 – Photographs. Dr. Doug Reid, with colleagues, students, and associates. 1957-1968, n.d.
Folder 4 – Portrait. Etched paper portraits of Doug Reid. n.d.
Folder 5 – Plate. Etched metal plate, portrait of Doug Reid. n.d.
Personal papers (C. 1844 - 1876) of the Cathey family of Haywood County, North Carolina, primarily of Col. Joseph Cathey, and including personal and/or business correspondence, financial and legal papers, paper monetary notes issued by various state governments, and newspapers (Daily South Carolinian, August 21, 1863; The Spirit of the Age, May 4, 1863) or newspaper clippings.
Three (3) store ledgers of Colonel Joseph Cathey of Haywood County, North Carolina, covering the period primarily from 1849–1874.
This collection consists of a typed draft of Josephine Morgan Upchurch's book of poetry, A Stone Turned, copyrighted in 1972 and published in England in 1973. Upchurch is an alumna of Western Carolina University. The poems in the book are mostly originals by Upchurch, although a few works by other authors are included.
Hunter Library has a copy of the published version of this book. See PS3571.P37 S8.
Four hundred and thirty-five photographs, postcards (many with attendant correspondence, dated or postmarked primarily 1909 - 1921), and/or photographic negatives, either contained in two (2) albums or loose, along with various memorabilia, miscellaneous clippings, and correspondence.
Sigma Chi Fraternity charter for the Kappa Gamma Chapter located at Western Carolina University. Dated November 16, 1991.
Papers, publications, and photographs concerning the Kappa Gamma Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity of Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, North Carolina.
• 2 scrapbooks recording student life at WCU, one documenting 1936-1940 and the other 1934-1937
• A memoir titled “The First Ten,” written by Katherine Brown Wells in 1982
The collection consists of seven scrapbook albums containing clippings, minutes and programs of the Cullowhee-Sylva Kiwanis Club (NC). One album, with inclusive dates 1955-1958, concerns the Sylva Kiwanis Club. The remaining albums cover the period from the formation in 1965 of the Cullowhee - Sylva Kiwanis Club up to 1978.
A handwritten book of poetry and diary entries by Thomas S. Collier. The book is undated but was written in the late 1800s. Collier probably a sailor as his poetry and diary entries concern the sea in general and his voyages in particular. There is considerable comment about Japan. Most entries are dated but only by month and day.
Ten (10) color photographic slides featuring the Sylva, North Carolina, vicinity. Six slides date from circa 1949, one from circa 1969, and three from 2003. Scenes include Sylva’s Main Street, views of Sylva from a distance, and the town’s former Mead Corporation paper manufacturing plant (currently the Jackson Paper Company Plant).
Photographs of barns in Jackson County, North Carolina, taken by Lloyd Cowan
Portrait of Ella V. Richards Madison (filed as oversize).
The collection contains a history of Fort Butler in Cherokee County, NC, by Louise A. Bayless, and several genealogy items on Cherokee County families. These items include:
1. James P. H. Porter and Jane Owens marriage contract and subsequent dispute, 1842, 1849.
2. Biographical sketch of the Felix family.
3. Biographical sketch of the George Whery Dickey family.
4. Letter, Samuel W. to John W. Davidson, Murphy, North Carolina. 1889.
Sheet music for “Love Song of the Oconee Lufta” by Mrs. R. L. Creel, copyright 1938.
Photocopies of four (4) diaries of Lucy J. Morgan Beard, concerning her private school for girls and her travels to Europe.
The Macon Program for Progress, Inc. provides assistance and direction to a number of community related programs. Materials in this collection cover such diverse topics as weatherization, housing, family aid, education, economic development, affirmative action, and daycare. Also in the collection are minutes, booklets, federal regulation, news articles, and general information on Macon County.