Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Records of the Bemis Hardwood Lumber Company and the Graham County Railroad Company, dated primarily during the 1920s-1970s, and including correspondence, annual reports and statements, deeds, financial statements, sales, stockholders meetings, tax information, general railroad information and the American Short Line Railroad Association, and publications about the timber industry.
This collection is an addition to the David M. Sherman collection, concerning the Appalachian Trail. For more information, please see:
MSS 03-03 David M. Sherman MSS 03-07 David M. Sherman, Add. #1 MSS 04-03 David M. Sherman, Add. #2 MSS 04-08 David M. Sherman, Add. #3 SM 07-01 David M. Sherman, Add. #4 SM 10-06 David M. Sherman, Add. #5 MSS 15-5 David M. Sherman, Add. #6
This collection concerns the De Soto Trail Commission, a group which sought to establish Hernando De Soto's route through the southeastern United States after his landing in what would become Florida, in 1539. This collection contains records, reports, correspondence, and meeting minutes of the Trail Commission, with the vast majority of the materials dating from 1988-1992.
This addition to the North Carolina Art Education Association collection contains correspondence, minutes of meetings, and reports of the association.
This addition to the North Carolina Art Education Association collection includes correspondence, clippings, reports, and other organization papers. See MSS 80-50 for a description of the Association.
The collection includes printed documents, ephemera and maps related to the forests in the western North Carolina and Southern Appalachian regions. Notable forest areas include the Pisgah National Forest and Nantahala National Forest.
The collection includes printed documents and ephemera relating to genealogy of western North Carolina families and Irish ancestry. Materials include genealogies, histories, reports, gravestone inscriptions, books, bulletins and yearbooks of the Carolina Genealogical Society, a Higdon family newsletter, brochures and manuscripts.
The collection contains printed documents and ephemera related to general topics. Notable materials include books belonging to Robert L. Madison, a Brunk Auctions catalog featuring photographs taken by George Masa, a National Geographic article discussing Dr. Peter Witt's research on spiders in western North Carolina, and documents related to World War II and the American Revolution.