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Dept. of Conservation and Development, Travel Information Division Photographs


In 1930 the Division of Commerce and Industry merged with the Division of Public Relations, an office that had previously functioned within the Department of Conservation and Development as a quasi chamber of commerce for the state. The Division of Commerce and Industry continued to promote the state through public relations until 1937, when the department was granted an appropriation that enabled it to create a separate Division of State Advertising. During the late 1950s and early 1960s, the Division of Travel Information (previously named the Division of State Advertising) worked in cooperation with the Division of Commerce and Industry, conducting "Get acquainted with North Carolina" eve ... (more below)

Title

Dept. of Conservation and Development, Travel Information Division Photographs

Collection Number

44.47

Date(s)

1937 - 1973

Language

English

Physical Description
128.0 boxes
Includes photographs and negatives.
Physical Description
128
Genre/Physical Characteristic

Includes photographs and negatives.

Physical Description
Boxes
128.00
Abstract

In 1930 the Division of Commerce and Industry merged with the Division of Public Relations, an office that had previously functioned within the Department of Conservation and Development as a quasi chamber of commerce for the state. The Division of Commerce and Industry continued to promote the state through public relations until 1937, when the department was granted an appropriation that enabled it to create a separate Division of State Advertising. During the late 1950s and early 1960s, the Division of Travel Information (previously named the Division of State Advertising) worked in cooperation with the Division of Commerce and Industry, conducting "Get acquainted with North Carolina" events for newcomers to the state, including those transferred by out-of-state firms to branch operations in North Carolina. The two divisions also worked on a project initiated during the 1960s, locating welcome centers at interstate highway exits near the state's borders. The Division of Commerce and Industry subsequently established a Travel and Tourism Section that continued into the next decade.

The photographs in this series are quite diverse and range in subject from pictures of governors of North Carolina to shots of naval personnel during World War II. The first 118 boxes of photographs usually contain both prints and original negatives. They are arranged numerically with print and accompanying negative numbers corresponding. Photographs found in boxes 119 through 128 are arranged alphabetically by subject. No index or classification system other than an alphabetical arrangement by subject exists for these photographs.

Physical Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Public Services Branch, State Archives of North Carolina.

Creator

North Carolina. Dept. of Conservation and Development.

Repository

State Archives of North Carolina


The first 118 boxes of photographs in this series usually contain both prints and original negatives. They are arranged numerically with print and accompanying negative numbers corresponding. There is an index to these photographs, but it is kept by the photographer for Travel and Tourism Development. Travel and Tourism Development has refused to transfer the photograph index to the Archives. In order to provide access to the photographs arranged numerically, the index has been microfilmed and is readily available for reference service. It is microfilm reel number S.29.7, Department of Natural and Economic Resources, Travel Development, Photographic Index, 1937-1949, and can be obtained upon request in the Archives Search Room.

Photographs found in boxes 119 through 128 are arranged alphabetically by subject. No index or classification system other than an alphabetical arrangement by subject exists for these photographs.

Any gaps in the numerical order of the pictures are due to missing photographs


Available for research.


Copyright is retained by the authors of these materials, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law (Title 17 US Code). Individual researchers are responsible for using these materials in conformance with copyright law as well as any donor restrictions accompanying the materials.


Processed by Jesse R. Lankford, Jr., October, 1980

Encoded by Dietra Stanley, July 25, 2003; additional encoding and historical note by Ashley Yandle, June, 2010


In 1924 Governor Cameron Morrison had supported but failed to win legislative approval for a restructuring of the North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey, placing "the duty of a modern Department of Commerce" upon its board. Morrison's successor, Governor Angus W. McLean, also urged creation of an agency that would enlarge the old Geological and Economic Survey and use current data to advertise the state's advantages. At the same time, McLean envisioned an agency that would promote proper conservation of the state's natural resources.

In response to these recommendations, the 1925 General Assembly replaced the survey with a Department of Conservation and Development. In an era in which agriculture was the primary occupation of North Carolinians, the creation of Conservation and Development represented a significant effort to expand the state's economic base. Under the supervision of a board composed of seven members, the department's statutory duties included the active promotion and development of the state's commerce and industry, as well as the protection of its resources. In 1927 the department established a Division of Commerce and Industry, headed by a statistician, to collect and tabulate information relevant to the state's resources and potential development and to make recommendations regarding industrial opportunities within the state.

In 1930 the Division of Commerce and Industry merged with the Division of Public Relations, an office that had previously functioned within the Department of Conservation and Development as a quasi chamber of commerce for the state. The Division of Commerce and Industry continued to promote the state through public relations until 1937, when the department was granted an appropriation that enabled it to create a separate Division of State Advertising.

During the late 1950s and early 1960s, the Division of Travel Information (previously named the Division of State Advertising) worked in cooperation with the Division of Commerce and Industry, conducting "Get acquainted with North Carolina" events for newcomers to the state, including those transferred by out-of-state firms to branch operations in North Carolina. The two divisions also worked on a project initiated during the 1960s, locating welcome centers at interstate highway exits near the state's borders. The Division of Commerce and Industry subsequently established a Travel and Tourism Section that continued into the next decade.

Under the Executive Organization Act of 1971, the Department of Conservation and Development was placed under the newly formed Department of Natural and Economic Resources, headed by a cabinet-level secretary appointed by the governor. Although subject to the general oversight of the secretary, the old Department of Conservation and Development and its board retained their previous statutory powers. During the initial phase of reorganization there was little structural change in the Division of Commerce and Industry and its sections. However, the division was placed under an Office of Industrial, Tourist, and Community Resources, an administrative arm of the new department. During 1973 the Governor's Efficiency Study Commission recommended that the office be restructured to include only the Division of Commerce and Industry and a Division of Science and Technology. According to the commission, the Board of Science and Technology, which then currently administered the Science and Technology Research Center, should be altered to emphasize the commercial and industrial value of research and to aid the state's economic growth.

Subsequently, the Department of Natural and Economic Resources was re-created and reorganized under the Executive Organization Act of 1973 and charged with promoting the state's economic development, along with various other duties. The functions and powers previously vested in the Department of Conservation and Development and its board were formally assigned to the new department, and the Department of Conservation and Development and its board ceased to exist. Under other provisions of the Executive Organization Act of 1973, the former Division of Commerce and Industry was replaced by a Division of Economic Development, and the Board of Science and Technology became a committee. The Division of Economic Development formed sections to include Science and Technology, Technical and Administrative Services, Food Industries Development, Industrial Development, International Development, and Travel and Development. In 1975 Governor James E. Holshouser, Jr., issued an executive order reorganizing the Department of Natural and Economic Resources, including the Division of Economic Development. That order also established within the department a North Carolina Science and Technology Research Center at the Research Triangle Park to provide the state with a variety of research and information services.

In 1977 the General Assembly placed the Division of Economic Development under the authority of the Department of Commerce, an umbrella agency reconstituted under the 1973 act and given new responsibilities for promoting and coordinating the state's economic development efforts. Following reorganization, the Economic Development group, encompassing several divisions, became one of the department's major administrative components. Under supervision of an assistant secretary for economic development, the group consisted of the following divisions: Business Assistance; Industrial Development; International; and Travel and Tourism. Most of these divisions supported programs that had originated in the former Division of Commerce and Industry under the old Department of Conservation and Development. The Travel and Tourism Division continued its responsibility of promoting vacation and business travel and operating welcome centers on interstate highways. The division also worked directly with the North Carolina Park, Parkway, and Forest Development Commission.

[This historical note was taken from the historical note in the MARS online catalog for the Economic Development Record Group and related record groups.]


[Identification of item], 44.47, Dept. of Conservation and Development, Travel Information Division Photographs, State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC, USA.


Transferred from the North Carolina Museum of History on July 14, 1977, and accessioned by the Archives on July 25, 1977.

These photographs were originally scheduled for permanent retention by the Travel Information Division of the Department of Conservation and Development. However, due to space limitations and lack of proper storage conditions, it was agreed that the photographs would be given to the North Carolina Museum of History. After several years storage in the Museum of History Photography Laboratory, the photographs were transferred to the Archives Branch on July 14, 1977, for arrangement, description, and permanent preservation.


Additional information on topics found in this collection may be found in the Manuscript and Archives Reference System (MARS)  http://mars.archives.ncdcr.gov.

Division of Travel Information Photograph Index, 1937-1949. Microfilm call number: S.29.7


Includes photographic prints and negatives, either taken by the Travel Information Division and its Travel Development photographer or added to their collection. The photographs are primarily individual negatives and their prints, but there are also 286 rolls of 35mm negatives. Although the photographs span the years 1937 to 1973, the accompanying microfilmed index only covers the years 1937 to 1949. For the index, see the series: Photograph Index in MARS (microfilm reel number S.29.7).

The photographs in this series are quite diverse. They range in subject from pictures of governors of North Carolina to shots of naval personnel during World War II. Of particular note are the exceptionally good photographs of wildlife and outdoor activities available in North Carolina.

Since the transfer of these photographs to Archives custody, the Travel Information Division has become part of the North Carolina Department of Commerce and is currently operating as Travel and Tourism Development within that agency.


  • North Carolina. Dept. of Commerce. Division of Tourism, Film, and Sports De
  • North Carolina. Dept. of Conservation and Development
  • North Carolina. Division of Travel and Tourism
  • North Carolina. Travel Information Division
  • United States. Navy
  • Business enterprises -- North Carolina -- Hendersonville--North Carolina
  • Cities and towns
  • Culture and tourism
  • Fishing boats
  • Governors--North Carolina
  • Tourism
  • World War, 1939 - 1945
  • North Carolina--Social life and customs--20th century--Pictorial works

Box: 1  
Nos. 246-1234

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Nos. 1235-1360

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Nos. 1361-1438

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Nos. 1439-1657

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Nos. 1658-1785

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Nos. 1786-1854

Box: 7  
Nos. 1855-1959

Box: 8  
Nos. 1960-2049

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Nos. 2050-2115

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Nos. 2116-2185

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Nos. 2186-2264

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Nos. 2265-2361

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Nos. 2362-2451

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Nos. 2452-2549

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Nos. 2550-2656

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Nos. 2657-2729

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Nos. 2730-2789

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Nos. 2790-2890

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Nos. 2891-2985

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Nos. 2986-3090

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Nos. 3091-3170

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Nos. 3171-3230

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Nos. 3231-3303

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Nos. 3304-3372

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Nos. 3373-3435

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Nos. 3436-3509

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Nos. 3510-3570

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Nos. 3571-4065

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Nos. 4066-4155

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Nos, 4156-4225

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Nos. 4226-4285

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Nos. 4286-4329

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Nos. 4330-4405

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Nos. 4406-4456

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Nos. 4457-4500

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Nos. 4501-4584

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Nos. 4585-4636

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Nos. 4637-4685

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Nos. 4686-4739

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Nos. 4740-4806

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Nos. 4807-4855

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Nos. 5856-4916

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Nos. 4917-4990

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Nos. 4991-5049

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Nos. 5050-5118

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Nos. 5119-5188

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Nos. 5189-5245

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Nos. 5246-5309

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Nos. 5310-5369

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Nos. 5370-5429

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Nos. 5430-5487

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Nos. 5488-5555

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Nos. 5556-5591

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Nos. 5592-5678

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Nos. 5679-5745

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Nos. 5746-5829

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Nos. 5830-5899

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Nos. 5900-5960

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Nos. 5961-6026

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Nos. 6027-6088

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Nos. 6089-6139

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Nos. 6140-6197

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Nos. 6198-6254

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Nos. 6255-6313

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Nos. 6314-6380

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Nos. 6381-6439

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Nos. 6440-6495

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Nos. 6496-6560

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Nos. 6561-6615

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Nos. 6616-6665

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Nos. 6666-6753

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Nos. 6754-6810

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Nos. 6811-6865

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Nos. 6866-6915

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Nos. 6916-6972

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Nos. 6973-7029

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Nos. 7030-7095

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Nos. 7096-7162

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Nos. 7163-7215

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Nos. 7216-7265

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Nos. 7266-7320

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Nos. 7321-7382

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Nos. 7383-7441

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Nos. 7442-7500

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Nos. 7501-7555

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Nos. 7556-7610

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Nos. 7611-7665

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Nos. 7666-7725

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Nos. 7726-7785

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Nos. 7786-7843

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Nos. 7844-7905

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Nos. 7906-7969

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Nos. 7970-8020

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Nos. 8021-8079

Box: 95  
Nos. 8080-8139

Box: 96  
Nos. 8140-8195

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Nos. 8196-8259

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Nos. 8260-8334

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Nos. 8335-8385

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Nos. 8386-8445

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Nos. 8446-8493

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Nos. 8494-8534

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Nos. 8535-8583

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Nos. 8584-8617

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Nos. 8618-8649

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Nos. 8650-8699

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Nos. 8700-8728

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Nos. 53:187-54:101

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Nos. 54:102:55:502

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Nos. 55:503-57:377

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Nos. 57:378-58:1050

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Nos. 58:1051-60:174

Box: 113  
Nos. 60:175-61:263

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Nos. 62:1-63:151

Box: 115  
Nos. 63:152-64:101

Box: 116  
Nos. 64:102-65:264

Box: 117  
Nos. 65:265-67:96

Box: 118  
Nos. 67:97-70:135

Box: 119  
Aerial Photographs

120  
Airplane
121  
Automobile Race Tracks

122  
Banks

123  
Durham Bank and Trust
124  
Unidentified Drive-In Bank Window
125  
Unidentified Bank Interior
126  
Battery

127  
Buildings

128  
North Carolina State Highway Building
129  
Raleigh Scood-Bradley Building
130  
Southern Furniture Exposition Building (High Point)

131  
Business and Industry

132  
Adams Concrete Products Company
133  
Varina Aerotron
134  
American Tobacco Company
135  
Amerotron
136  
Atlas Steel Products Company (Raleigh)
137  
Boren Clay Products
138  
Bruce Trailer Sales
139  
Bunch Manufacturing Company
140  
Burlington Mills
141  
Cannon Mills
142  
Carolina Asbestos Company (Davidson)
143  
Carolina Panel Company
144  
Carter Fabrics Division (Carthage Fabrics Corporation, Carthage)
145  
China American Tobacco Company
146  
Cleveland Cloth Mills (Shelby)
147  
Cleveland Lumber Company (Shelby)
Box: 120  
Collins and Aikman Colonial Stores Warehouse
149  
Concrete Materials Incorporated
150  
Charlotte Conover Knitting Company
151  
Cornell-Dublier Electric Corporation
152  
Crown Aluminum Siding Corporation
153  
Dan River Fabrics
154  
Darlington Manufacturing Company (Darlington, S.C.)
155  
Delta Finishing Company
156  
Devil Dog Dungarees
157  
Dixie Laundry and Cleaners
158  
Drayton Mills (Spartanburg, S.C.)
159  
Drive-In Griddle (Durham)
160  
Hosiery Mill
161  
Edgecomb Steel Company (Charlotte)
162  
Erwin Mills (Durham)
163  
Erwin Mills, Incorporated
164  
Erwin Fiberglas (Anderson, S. C.)
165  
Fieldcrest Mills, Incorporated
166  
Frank Textile Mills
167  
Frederickson Motor Express Corporation
168  
Charlotte Frosty Morn
169  
Gainesville Cotton Mills
170  
Gayley Mill Corporation (Marietta, S.C.)
171  
General Baking Corporation (Spartanburg, S.C.)
172  
General Electric (Asheboro)
173  
General Electric Supply Company
174  
Gerrish Milliken Mill (Pendleton, S.C.)
175  
Glendon Pyrophllite Company
176  
Globe Parlor Furniture Company
177  
J. R. Goldston Building Supplies
178  
Godwin Building Supply Company
179  
Granite Cordage Plant
180  
Gregory-Poole Equipment Company
181  
Gulistan Carpets (Aberdeen)
182  
Hackney Brothers Body Company
183  
Wilson Heater Well Company (Raleigh)
184  
Her Majesty
185  
International Paper Company
186  
Johnston Motor Lines
187  
Kingsley Mills
188  
Kingstree Manufacturing Company, Incorporated (Kingstree, S.C.)
189  
Kings Mountain Mill Company
190  
Kings Mountain Lane Furniture Company
191  
Laurens Mills (Laurens, S.C.)
Box: 120  
Liberty Fertilizer Company
193  
Liggett and Myers Tobacco Company (Durham)
194  
Little River Ice Company
195  
Lowder's Poultry Farm Lundy Packing Company (Clinton)
196  
McClure Lumber Company
197  
James I. Miller Tobacco Company, Incorporated (Wilson)
198  
A. C. Monk and Company, Incorporated, (Farmville)
199  
Mooresville Mills
200  
Mount Hope Finishing Company, Henderson
201  
National Carbon Company
202  
Nello Teer, Durham
203  
North Carolina Butane Gas Company
204  
North Carolina Equipment Company (Raleigh)
205  
North Carolina Products, Incorporated (Raleigh)
206  
Oneita
207  
Peden Steel (Raleigh)
208  
Phillip Morris Tobacco Company
209  
Pine Level Oil Mill Company
210  
Poole's Frozen Foods
211  
Proximity Mill (Durham)
212  
Raleigh Bonded Warehouse, Incorporated
213  
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company (Winston-Salem)
214  
Ready Mix Concrete (Raleigh)
215  
Robbins Mills, Incorporated
216  
Roxboro Cotton Mills
217  
Saco-Lowell Shops (Sanford)
218  
Seaboard Coastline Railroad Shops (Hamlet)
219  
Seminole Mills
220  
Smith Concrete Products Company
221  
Sofie Manufacturing Company, Rockingham
222  
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company (Raleigh)
223  
Southern Storage and Distribution Company
224  
Spartan Grain and Mill Company
225  
Superior Block Company, Incorporated (Charlotte)
226  
United States Tobacco Company
227  
Western Electric
228  
Westinghouse Electric Corporation (Raleigh)
229  
Winn Dixie Warehouse
230  
J. P. Wyatt and Sons Company (Raleigh)
Box: 123  
Business and Industry, Unidentified

232  
Cities and Towns

233  
Cemeteries
234  
Church Choir
235  
Churches
236  
Longview Baptist Church Interior (Raleigh)
237  
St. Louis Cathedral
238  
National Cathedral, Mexico City
239  
Mexico Unidentified churches
240  
Catawba
241  
Charlotte
242  
Concord
243  
Durham
244  
Elizabethtown
245  
Fayetteville
246  
Fountain
247  
Gastonia
248  
Goldsboro
249  
Greensboro
250  
Greenville
251  
Greenville, S.C.
252  
Henderson
253  
High Point
254  
Kings Mountain
255  
Laurinburg
256  
Lumberton
257  
Mt. Holly
258  
Pittsboro
259  
Raeford
260  
Raleigh
261  
General
Box: 124  
Aerial
263  
Cameron Village
264  
Five Points
265  
Red Springs
266  
Reidsville
267  
Richmond (Virginia)
268  
Roxboro
269  
Salisbury
270  
Sanford
271  
Shelby
272  
Siler City
273  
Statesville
274  
Wilkesboro
275  
Wilson
276  
Unidentified Cities and Towns

Box: 125  
Coast and Beach Scenes

278  
Colleges and Universities

279  
Campbell College
280  
Duke University
281  
East Carolina University
282  
Meredith College
283  
Peace College
284  
St. Augustine College
285  
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
286  
Wake Forest University
287  
Wingate College
288  
Unidentified Colleges and Universities

289  
Dams and Hydroelectric Plants

290  
Drive-In Theater (Forest Drive-In)

291  
Fishing Vessels

292  
April
293  
Barbara Sue
294  
Beveridge
295  
Bobby Jr. - D. L.
296  
Bucky-Earl
297  
Butchie Boy
298  
Camaronera (One through Twenty)
299  
Capt. David
300  
Captain Elbert
301  
Captain Puck
302  
Carole Sue
303  
Charles-E
304  
Chema C.
305  
Coral Sands
306  
Daphne
307  
Darlene Kay
308  
Debbie G.
309  
Dragnet
310  
East Wind
311  
Elizabeth Ann
312  
El Segundo
313  
El Tercero
314  
Ethel L.
315  
Fidelia
316  
Fluffy-D
Box: 126  
Four Girls
318  
Gannet
319  
Gemini Halibut John
320  
Harry G.
321  
Harry Michael
322  
Iris
323  
Irma Jo - D. L.
324  
Jacklyn G.
325  
J. and H.
326  
Janet Lee
327  
Kaybe
328  
La Corconera R.C.S.
329  
Lady of the Sea
330  
Lady Zelle
331  
Laguna II
332  
L and M
333  
Lenora
334  
Lillian M.
335  
Linda -D. L.
336  
Little Hardee
337  
Little Red
338  
Lois Joyce
339  
Lucy Rae - H.
340  
Marianna II
341  
Mary K.
342  
Mildred Lee.
343  
Millie
344  
Minerva B.
345  
Miracle
346  
Miss Libby
347  
Miss Louise
348  
Miss Marathon
349  
Miss Muse
350  
Miss Nella
351  
Miss Pamlico
352  
Miss Pearl
353  
Miss Peele
354  
Miss Satellite
355  
National Seafoods (I and II)
356  
Nell R.
357  
Nixes Mate
358  
Petite Fille
359  
St. Anthony
360  
Saint Michael
361  
Sally G.
362  
Sandra Marie
363  
Santa Fe
364  
The Schalls
365  
Sea Fever
366  
Sharee Ann
367  
Shearwater
368  
Sugarfoot
369  
Suzanne G.
370  
Taurus
371  
Theresa R.
372  
Tidal Wave
373  
Tommy T.
374  
Uncle Gus
375  
Vanguard
376  
Violet K.
377  
William B.
378  
Miscellaneous Fishing Vessels

379  
Crew Members of Fishing Vessels

Box: 127  
Helicopter

381  
Hogs

382  
Hope Plantation (Interior View), Windsor

383  
Horse Farm

384  
Horses (Harness and Show)

385  
Hospitals

386  
Mt. Gilead Hospital
387  
Rex Hospital (Raleigh)
388  
Veterans Administration Hospital (Durham)

389  
Hotels, Motels, and Inns

390  
Fairfield Motor Court
391  
Fieldcrest Lodge (Fieldale, Va.)
392  
Washington Duke Hotel

393  
Houses

394  
Housing

395  
Laying Cable Machinery

396  
Masons Laying Cornerstone for the Grand Lodge, North Carolina

397  
Miss "Bright Leaf" of Burlington

398  
Motor Vehicles

399  
Buses
400  
Car Given Away by Winn-Dixie Stores
401  
Railway Express Trucks
402  
Tamiami Freightways Trucks

403  
Needham Broughton High School, Raleigh

404  
People

405  
Brewer, Kidd
406  
Brown, Arthur
407  
Cameron Reality Employee Group
408  
Civils, James E.
409  
Coca Cola Company Employee Group
410  
Conservation and Development, N.C. Dept. of, Board Meeting, February 12-14, 1970, Boone and Banner Elk
411  
Conservation and Development, N.C. Dept. of, Board Members, 1969-1973
412  
East, David
413  
General Electric Employee Group
414  
Georgetown Building Company Employee Group
415  
Highway Patrol Personnel
416  
Hodges, Governor Luther
417  
Little League Baseball Players
418  
March of Dimes Volunteers
419  
National Farm Loan Association, Incorporated
420  
Scott, Governor Robert W. and Family at the Governor's Mansion
421  
Sowers, Roy, Receiving Gift of Place Matts, 1971
422  
Sowers, Roy, Swearing in Ceremony
423  
Trentman, W. H.
Box: 128  
Umstead, Governor William B., for Easter Seals Campaign
425  
Vita-Life Employee Group
426  
Unidentified Individuals Playing Checkers in a Country Store

427  
Railyards

428  
Shopping Centers

429  
Statue of Liberty, New York

430  
Television Stations

431  
Textile Tests

432  
Tornado Damage, Trailer Park

433  
United National Building, New York

434  
United States Navy - World War II

435  
Water Treatment Plants