Manns Harbor Community School Scrapbook, PC.5120

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Manns Harbor Community School Scrapbook, PC.5120

Abstract

In November 1982, a tugboat struck and severed the William B. Umstead Bridge which links the community of Manns Harbor with Roanoke Island, and by extension, the rest of the Outer Banks. Students in the small mainland community were not able to reach their schools in Manteo for several weeks. During that time, the local community center was utilized as a school. This collection consists of one small scrapbook related to the Manns Harbor Community School.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Manns Harbor Community School Scrapbook
Call Number
PC.5120
Creator
Potter, Stanley
Date
November 1982
Language
English
Repository
Outer Banks History Center

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  1. Collection Contents

Restrictions on Access & Use

Access Restrictions

Available for research.

Use Restrictions

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.

Preferred Citation

PC.5120, Manns Harbor Community School Scrapbook, Outer Banks History Center, Manteo, N.C., U.S.A.

Collection Overview

This collection consists of one small scrapbook related to the Manns Harbor Community School.

Biographical/Historical

In November 1982, a tugboat struck and severed the William B. Umstead Bridge which links the community of Manns Harbor with Roanoke Island, and by extension, the rest of the Outer Banks. Students in the small mainland community were not able to reach their schools in Manteo for several weeks. During that time, the local community center was utilized as a school.

Contents of the Collection

Collection Contents
Scrapbook, November 1982
Box 1

Subject Headings

  • Bridges
  • Ferries
  • Schools
  • William B. Umstead Bridge
  • Acquisitions Information

    Donated by Suzanne Tate, December 2012.

    Processing Information

  • Processed by Outer Banks History Center Staff, circa 2012.