General Negative Collection, PHC.GENERAL.NEGATIVES

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General Negative Collection, PHC.GENERAL.NEGATIVES

Abstract

Descriptive Summary

Title
General Negative Collection
Call Number
PHC.GENERAL.NEGATIVES
Creator
Unknown
Date
1585 - 2018
Repository
State Archives of North Carolina

Collection Overview

The Archives and History Photograph Collection is an artificial collection of about 250,000 photographs taken by Department of Cultural Resources personnel. It is a diverse collection of photographs reflecting the activities and operations of the various sections, chiefly those within the Division of Archives and History. Major components of the collection are pictures used in the National Register work done by by Survey and Planning Unit, illustrations used by the Historical Publi- cations Section, artifact and exhibit photos of the Museum of History, copy work for the Archival Services Branch of the Division. There are also numerous copies of photographs obtained from private donors who have allowed the Department to duplicate photographs in their custody. Images in the Archives and History Photograph collection are in the form of black and white negatives ranging in size from 35mm to 4" x 5" in format. The photographic negatives date from 1950 to the present, but contain some duplications of images that span the earliest years of photography in North Carolina. While the focus of the collection is clearly on North Carolina history and culture, the content is regional in scope. There are a considerable number of pictures that pertain to Southern, particularly Southeastern, history and culture as well. The Archives and History Photograph Collection was formerly maintained by the Museum of History as part of its holdings. On October 16, 1978, responsibility for photographic services for the Department of Cultural Resources along with physical custody and control of the collection is now vested in the Archival Services Branch of the section with technical support rendered by the section's Technical Services Branch. Copy prints of the photographs, unless restricted by copyright or donor, are available upon request. Orders should be place with the Iconographic Unit of the Archival Services Branch. Reproduction costs vary according to the services requested, but there are no research or usage fees charged by the Division for use of this valuable photographic collection.

Arrangement Note

Chronological and numerical

Contents of the Collection

1. Negatives Received in 1950

Sir Walter Raleigh Axe, 1950 (1950)
N.50.7.102-108
Wedgwood Exhibit, Hall of History, Summer 1950, 1950 (1950)
N.50.7.109-112
Colonial Room and Confederate Room, Hall of History,September 30, 1950 (1950)
N.50.9.1-2
Loom, Hall of History, Manora Mewborn at Spinning Wheel, 1950
N.50.9.3-4
Manora Mewborn at the Spinning Wheel, 1950 (1950)
N.50.9.4
Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Scott, 1950
N.50.9.5
Archives Work Room, 1950
N.50.10.1-5
Art Gallery, Corridor and Work Room, Storeroom, Oct. 5, 1950 (1950)
N.50.10.6.7
New Building Plans of Archives Center at Raleigh, Oct., 1950 (1950)
N.50.10.7-11
Dark Room, Archives and History, Mrs. Frances Whitley, 1950 (1950)
N.50.10.12-13
O M Storage Cabinet, Hall of History, Storeroom 5, 1950 (1950)
N.50.10.14-15
Publications Storeroom, Dept. of Archives and History, 1950
N.50.10.16
State Musuem - Gallery and Work Room, 1950 (1950)
N.50.10.17-22
Trailer of French Gratitude Gifts in Henderson Co.,Oct 1950, 1950 (1950)
N.50.10.23-25
Old Valentine, 1950 (1950)
N.50.10.26
Guy A. Weatherly, Traveling Musuem Curator, 1950 (1950)
N.50.12.1-2
Southern Pines School Play about Shaw Family, 1950 (1950)
N.50.12.3-4
First Copy of North Carolina Gazette, 1950 (1751)
N.50.11.5-7

2. Negatives Received in 1951

Scope and Content:

These negatives have been filed with either no date or out of original order. They have been catalogued as such with information being added as found.

Seal of Willie P. Mangum for Publications, January, 1993 (1951)
N.51.1.1-2
Laminating Machine, Basement of Archives and History, January, 1993 (1951)
N.51.1.3-4
Smokestack of the Ram Albemarle, Hall of History, January, 1951 (1951)
N.51.1.5-6
Gen. Stephen Ramseur, from portrait in Hall of History, 1951 (1951)
N.51.2.1
Mrs. Anne Hornblow, from portrait on Hall of History, February, 1993 (1951)
N.51.2.2-3
Photo from book of Joshua Forman, for Bill Powell, 1951 (1951)
N.51.4.3-4
Textile Exhibit, Reconstruction Room, Hall of History, 1951 (1951)
N.51.4.5
Old Weaving Pattern, Rosebud and Rattlesnake, 1951 (1951)
N.51.4.6
Charles B. Aycock Birthplace, 1951 (1951)
N.51.4.7
Governor John M. Morehead, 1951 (1951)
N.51.4.8
Confederate Railroad Ticket, 1951 (1951)
N.51.4.9
P. G. Mangum, 1951 (1951)
N.51.4.10
Early Locomotive, "Tornado", 1951 (1951)
N.51.4.11
Eli Whitney, from book in Archives, 1951 (1951)
N.51.5.1
GONE ARE THE DAYS, by Harnett, 1951 (1951)
N.51.5.1 A
Whitney's Cotton Gin, 1951 (1950)
N.51.5.2
Carolina Parrot-Copy from Audubon bird book in State Library, 1951 (1951)
N.51.5.3-6
Photos of old gun, English make, brought in to be identified, 1951 (1951)
N.51.5.7-8
Copies of John White's Drawings (discarded), 1951 (1951)
N.51.5.9
Copy of Photos in Hall of History, Wharf at Plymouth, AandP RR, 1951 (1951)
N.51.7.2-3
William Hooper, 1951 (1951)
N.51.7.6
Photo of Oil Portrait of Joseph Hewes, 1951 (1951)
N.51.7.7
Photo of Edwin M. Holt and Alamance Mill, 1951 (1951)
N.51.7.8
Two Cases in Colonial Room, Hall of History, 1951 (1951)
N.51.7.9-15
New Addition to Education Building, Interior and Exterior, 1951 (1951)
N.51.7.16-21
Henry Clay. Copy of Portrait in State Capitol, 1993 (1951)
N.51.8.2
Trailer, 1951 (1951)
N.51.8.3
Seal of the Lords Proprietors, 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.1
John Eaton, 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.3
Peggy Eaton, 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.4
Gov. Alexander Martin, from portrait belonging to Hall of History, 1993 (1951)
N.51.8.1
Locomotive Romulus Saunders, 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.5
Halifax Resolves, 1993 (1951)
N.51.9.6-7
George Davis, 1993 (1951)
N.51.9.8
Christopher Crittenden, 1993 (1951)
N.51.9.9-13
Battle of Alamance, 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.15
Piano, 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.16-17
Furniture by Tom Day, Milton, N.C., 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.18
Furniture by Tom Day, Milton, N.C., 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.20
Furniture by Tom Day, Milton, N.C., 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.19
Furniture by Tom Day, Milton, N.C., 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.21
Spool Bed Furniture by Tom Day, Milton, N.C., 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.22
Furniture (bed) by Tom Day, Milton, N.C., 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.23
Spool bed by Tom Day, Milton, N.C., 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.24
Wardrobe by Tom Day, Milton, N.C., 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.25
Presbyterian Church, Milton, N.C., 1951 (1951)
N.51.9.26
Albemarle, 1951 (1951)
N.51.11.1-7
Microfilm Project, 1951 (1951)
N.51.11.8
Paschal, Herb and microfilm, 1951 (1951)
N.51.11.9-10
Seal of North Carolina, 1951 (1951)
N.51.11.11
Portrait Of Orren R. Smith, 1993 (1951)
N.51.11.12
Engraving of Sir Walter Raleigh, 1993 (1951)
N.51.11.13

3. Negatives Received in 1952

Scope and Content:

These negatives have been filed with either no date or out of original order. They have been catalogued as such with information being added as found.

Confederate flags of Goldsboro Rifles and James I. Waddell, 1993 (1951)
N.52.1.1-2
Early Tool Gallery, Hall of History, January, 1993 (1951)
N.52.1.3-4
Catalogue and first page from Carolina Charter advertisement, 1993 (1952)
N.52.1.5-6
Daniel A. Tompkins, BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF N. C., Vol. 1, 1952 (1952)
N.52.1.7-8
Portrait of Governor James Turner, 1952 (1952)
N.52.1.9-10
Cabin of Nancy Hanks near Belmont, 1952 (1952)
N.52.2.7
Myrtle Underwood School Children in School Museum (discarded)., 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.1-6
Sir Walter Raleigh Portrait (discarded), 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.7
James K. Polk Birthplace, 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.8
Andrew Jackson Birthplace, 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.9
Flag flown at Ft. Macon, Civil War, before and after lamination, 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.11
Duke of Richmond and Marquis of Rockingham (discarded), 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.12-13
William S. Ashe, 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.14
Moore Bros. Transportation Co. and School Children (discarded), 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.15-18
Bennett House, 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.19-20
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Evans of Nashville with dulcimer, etc., 1952 (1952)
N.52.5.21-24
Car stuck in the mud, 1909, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.3
Duke tobacco factory, Durham (discarded), 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.4
Map by de Bry of Roanoke Island, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.5
Men from Diebold Co. putting charter, etc. (discarded), 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.7
Title page of Raleigh's HISTORY OF THE WORLD (discarded), 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.8
Two negatives of Sir Humphrey Gilbert (one negative discarded), 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.9-10
Wright Brothers and first airplane flight (discarded), 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.11-12
Mulberry Hill, the old Blount home near Edenton, N.C., 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.13-14
ADVANCE, Confederate blockade runner, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.15
Broken picture of the Edenton Tea Party, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.16-17
Group at East Lake waiting for the ferry., 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.18-19
1770 John Collet Map of North Carolina for George III, 1987 (1952)
N.52.7.20-21
Hayes Plantation, near Edenton, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.22-24
School Play at Myrtle Underwood School, Raleigh, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.25-28
Elizabethan ship, copy of (discarded), 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.29
Carolina Charter of 1663, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.30
Confederate battle flag of the First N. C. Regiment, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.32
Confederate flag of the Second N. C. Volunteers, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.33
State flag of the Second N. C. Regiment, front and back., 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.34-35
Confederate battle flag of the Thirty-Eighth N. C. Regiment, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.36
State flag of the Forty-Seventh Regiment N. C. Volunteers, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.37
Confederate battle flag of the Forty-Seventh N. C. Regiment, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.38
Bethel flag of the Buncombe Riflemen, 1952 (1952)
N.52.7.39
Guidon of the First Co., First Regiment, N. C. Troops, 1951 (1952)
N.52.7.40
Woodfield Inn, Flat Rock, N. C., 1952 (1952)
N.52.9.1
Episcopal Church, St. John-in-the-Wilderness, Flat Rock, N. C., 1952 (1952)
N.52.9.2
Rugby Grange Home, Fletcher, N. C., ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.9.3
Green River Plantation, Polk Co., N. C., 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.9.4
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, N. C., ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.9.5-6
Connemara, Flat Rock, Henderson Co., N. C., 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.9.7
Large Boxwood, Fletcher, N. C., ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.9.8
Thomas Wolfe's Angel, Hendersonville, N. C., 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.9.9
Historic Highway Markers in North Carolina, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.1-5
State Hall of Records, Annapolis, MD, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.6
Reception, Southeastern Museums' Conference, 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.7
Oak Tree Planted on Capitol Square, Raleigh, N. C., ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.8
"Scott Oak", Raleigh, N. C., ca. 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.10.9-10
Governor W. Kerr Scott and "Scott" Oak, Raleigh, N. C., 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.10.11-12
Ann Beal, Exhibits Curator, Hall of History, Raleigh, N. C.,1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.10.13-18
Painting a Fence at the Hall of History, Raleigh, N. C., ca.1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.19-20
Julia McConnahey and Photostat Machine, Hall of History,N.C.,c1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.21-22
Ed Miles w/ N. C. Historic Site Highway Marker, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.23
Joy E. Jordan, Hall of History, Raleigh, N. C., ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.24-26
Frank Burton, N. C. State Archivist, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.27-29
Frances Whitley, Archivists,w/ Laminating Mach., Ral.,N.C.,c1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.30
Diagram of Salem Tavern, Old Salem, N. C., ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.31
Blanche Johnson, Aand H Director's Office, Raleigh, N. C., ca.1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.32-34
May Hill, Historic Publications, N. C. Hall of History, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.35-37
Microfilm Camera, State Auditor's Office, Raleigh, N. C., ca1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.38
Mrs. Bee Hardee at Microfilm Reader, N.C. Hall of History, c1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.40
D.L. Corbett, Archivist, N. C. Hall of History, Raleigh, ca.1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.41-43
Dorothy Phillips, Photographer/ Archivist, N.C. Hall of History, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.44-48
Marvin Rogers, Handyman,NC Dept Archives/History, Raleigh, c1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.49-51
Barney Schettler, N.C. Archives and History, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.52-53
N.C. Div. Archives and History Charter Case, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.54-55
Beth Crabtree, Archivist, N. C. Archives, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.10.56-57
Eva Lawrence, N.C. Archives Publications, Raleigh, 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.10.58-60
Henry Perry Fumigating the Vault at N.C. Archives, Raleigh, 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.10.61
Doris Harris, N. C. Archives, Raleigh, 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.10.62-63
Mary Rogers, Search Room Archivist, Raleigh, N. C., 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.10.64-65
N.C.F. and Y.U. Engine, Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley R.R., ca. 1880, 1952 (ca. 1880)
N.52.10.66
A. and P. R.R. Engine, n.d., 1952 (n.d.)
N.52.10.67
Yadkin Valley R.R. Passenger Station, n.d., 1952 (n.d.)
N.52.10.69
"Tornado", Early N. C. Locomotive, n.d., 1952 (n.d.)
N.52.10.68
Romulus Sanders Locomotive, Raleigh, N. C., ca. 1855, 1952 (ca. 1855)
N.52.10.70
W.N.C.R.R. Engine on Birch Ridge Cut, McDowell Co., N. C., c1890, 1952 (ca. 1890)
N.52.10.71
Thomas Wolfe House, Asheville, N. C., ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.10.72-73
Dr. J.W.R. Norton Visits N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.3
Guilford Courthouse Battlegound, Greensboro, N. C., 1781, 1952 (1781)
N.52.11.4-4A
Wm. Hooper House, Wilmington, N. C., ca. 1776, 1952 (ca. 1776)
N.52.11.5
Alamance Battleground, near Burlington, N. C., ca. 1776, 1952 (ca. 1781)
N.52.11.6
"Raleigh" R.R. Engine, N. C. Hall of History, 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.11.8-9
Carolina Charter and Case, Hall of History, Raleigh, N. C., 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.11.10
Children in Roanoke Island Room, N.C. Hall of History, 1952, 1952 (1952)
N.52.11.11-12
Richd. D. Spaight Dueling Pistols, N. C. Hall of History, ca1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.13
Exhibits in the N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.14-15
Document in the N. C. Hall of History, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.16
Furniture from the Blount Collection, N.C. Hall of History,c1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.17-18
Cradle on Exhibit, Blount Collection, N.C. Hall of History,c1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.20
Children in Portrait Gallery, N.C. Hall of History, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.21
Mayflower Cup, N. C. Hall of History, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.22-23
Buggymobiles in the N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.24-25
Model of the "Raleigh" on Exhibit, N.C. Hall of History, ca.1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.27
Exhibits in the N.C. Hall of History, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.28
N. C. Hall of History Scenes, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.11.29
Culture Week, North Carolina Archives, Raleigh, ca. 1952, 1952 (ca. 1952)
N.52.12.1-8

4. Negatives Received in 1953

Governor William W. Holden, c. 1870, 1953; 1870
N.53.1.262
Gov. William Hawkins (1777-1819), Pleasant Hill, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1810)
N.53.1.263
Gov. David S. Reid (1813-1891), Rockingham, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1845)
N.53.1.264
Gov. Tod R. Caldwell (1818-1874), Morganton, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1872)
N.53.1.265
Gov. William R. Davie (1756-1820), Halifax, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1800)
N.53.1.268
Gov. Arthur Dobbs (1689-1765), 1953 (ca. 1750)
N.53.1.269
Gov. Robert Daniel, Albemarle County, Carolina, 1953 (1703)
N.53.1.270
Gov. John Owen (1787-1841), Bladen County, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1830)
N.53.1.272
Gov. David Stone (1770-1818), Bertie County, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1808)
N.53.1.273
Governor Philip Ludwell, James City County, Virginia, 1953 (ca. 1690)
N.53.1.274
Governor Edward Hyde (ca.1650-1712), 1953 (1710)
N.53.1.275
Virginia Dare Desk, 1953; n.d.
N.53.1.282-283
Ann Beal and Beth Crabtree, NC Archives and History,Raleigh, 1953 (ca. 1953)
N.53.1.284-287
Statue of Nathanael Greene, Hall of History, Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.3.1-3
Confederate Soldier at Battle of Gettysburg, 1953 (1863)
N.53.3.4
Confederate Soldier at the Battle of New Bern, N.C., 1953 (1862)
N.53.3.5
Residence of Col. William Polk, Raleigh, N.C., Built 1795, 1953 (ca. 1920)
N.53.3.6
Battle of Cowpens, near Camden, S.C., 1781, 1953 (1781)
N.53.3.7
Banner of the Ku Klux Klan, North Carolina, 1953 (1953)
N.53.3.8
Costume of the Ku Klux Klan, North Carolina, 1953 (1953)
N.53.3.9
Display Windows, Grimbrel's Store, Philadelphia, Penn., 1953 (n.d.)
N.53.3.10-11
Daniel Morgan (1736-1802), Revolutionary War Soldier, 1953 (ca. 1780)
N.53.3.12
Col. Isaac Shelby (1750-1826), N.C. Revolutionary War Soldier (discarded), 1953 (n.d.)
N.53.3.13
King's Mountain Battlefield, Cleveland Co., N.C., 1953 (1780)
N.53.3.14
William R. Davie (1756-1820), Statesman, Soldier, Educator (discarded), 1953 (ca. 1798)
N.53.3.15
New Garden Meeting House, Guilford Co., N.C. (discarded), 1953 (n.d.)
N.53.3.16
Tuckasege Ford, Gaston Co., N.C. (discarded), 1953 (n.d.)
N.53.3.17
G. B. Cherry, Supt. of Buildings and Grounds, Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.3.18-20
Tryon Palace, Craven County, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1800)
N.53.3.21
O.H. Williams, Revolutionary War Soldier from N.C., 1953 (ca. 1780)
N.53.3.22
Trading Ford in Colonial North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1780)
N.53.3.23
Lillington Hall, Pender County, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1790)
N.53.3.24
Harnett House, New Hanover County, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1790)
N.53.3.25
Edmund Fanning (1737-1818), North Carolina Loyalist, 1953 (ca. 1790)
N.53.3.26
St. Philip's Church, Brunswick Town, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1740)
N.53.3.26a
Wills Forest, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1920)
N.53.3.27-28
Cornwallis Office, Hillsborough, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1780)
N.53.3.29
Cornwallis Headquarters, Hillsborough, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1780)
N.53.3.30
Flag of the 40th North Carolina Regiment, 1953 (ca. 1863)
N.53.3.32-33
Bain-Pettigrew Plantation, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1953 (1936)
N.53.3.34
The Old North Carolina State House at Raleigh, 1953 (ca. 1820)
N.53.3.35
Willie Person Mangum (1792-1861), Orange County, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1835)
N.53.3.36-37
Colonial Shoemaking Tools, 1953 (ca. 1775)
N.53.3.38
The North Carolina State Capitol at Raleigh, 1953 (ca. 1850)
N.53.3.39
50th Anniversary Exhibit, North Carolina Hall of History, 1953 (1953)
N.53.3.40
Upper Stone and Lower Stone Churches, Rowan Co., N.C., 1953 (ca. 1800)
N.53.3.41-42
Cherokee Indian Cabin in the North Carolina Mountains, 1953 (ca. 1900)
N.53.3.44
A North Carolina Frontiersman, 1953 (ca. 1790)
N.53.3.46
Antebellum Cotton Press in North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1855)
N.53.3.47
Council Oak, Morganton, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1907)
N.53.3.48
Railroad Accident at Boston's Bridge, Iredell Co., N.C., 1953 (1891)
N.53.3.49
Ft. Dobbs, Rowan Co., N.C., Built 1755, 1953 (n.d.)
N.53.3.50
Old County Courthouse, Salisbury, N.C., 1953 (1855)
N.53.3.51
North Carolina Hunting Scene, 1953 (ca. 1875)
N.53.3.52
Old Mill, Reem's Creek, near Weaverville, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1855)
N.53.3.53
Governor Arthur Dobbs, 1953; n.d.
N.53.3.54
Gov. Samuel Johnston (1733-1816), Edenton, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1785)
N.53.1.260
Jamesville and Washington Railroad, Dymond City, N.C., 1953 (n.d.)
N.53.3.55
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Trestle, 1953 (n.d.)
N.53.3.56
Horse-Shoe Trestle and Excursion Train, 1953 (pre-1942)
N.53.3.57
Gov. Clyde R. Hoey (1877-1954), Shelby, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1935)
N.53.1.267
Gov. Benjamin Smith (1756-1826) Wilmington, N.C., 1953 (1810)
N.53.1.271
Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton, British Army, 1953 (ca. 1780)
N.53.3.28a
Pyle's Pond, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1780)
N.53.3.31
Colonial Room at Raleigh, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1953)
N.53.4.1-2
Home of Col. William Polk, Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1920)
N.53.6.6
Montfort Hall, Raleigh, N.C., 1953; n.d.
N.53.5.58-59
Gov. James Turner (1766-1824), Bute (Warren) Co., N.C., 1953 (1802)
N.53.7.1
Hunting Lodge of Pembroke Jones, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1950)
N.53.7.2-7
Tryon Palace Excavations @ New Bern, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1950)
N.53.7.8-17
Communion Service at Christ Church, New Bern, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1950)
N.53.7.18-19
Sir Walter Raleigh (1566?-1618), 1953 (ca. 1590)
N.53.7.20-21
Zebulon Baird Vance (1830-1894), Asheville, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1880)
N.53.7.23
Gov. Oliver Max Gardner (1882-1947), Shelby, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1930)
N.53.7.24
Charles II, King of England, 1660-1685, 1953 (ca. 1675)
N.53.7.25
North Carolina Memorial at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1953 (ca. 1950)
N.53.7.26
"Tornado", Seaboard Air Line Railroad Locomotive, 1953 (b.1840)
N.53.7.27
Charles B. Aycock (1859-1912), Fremont, N.C., 1953 (1901)
N.53.7.28
J.L. Jackson with North Carolina Schoolchildren, 1953 (1953)
N.53.7.29-30
Haywood's Kicking Machine, Croatan, North Carolina, 1953 (1953)
N.53.7.31
Vail-Clarke House, New Bern, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.7.32
Greenfield Plantation, Chowan County, North Carolina, 1953 (1953)
N.53.7.33
Parson Earl's Schoolhouse at Chowan County, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.7.34
Bandon Plantation, Chowan County, North Carolina, 1953 (1953)
N.53.7.35-36
Albania, Chowan County, North Carolina, 1953 (1953)
N.53.7.37
Sycamore Plantation, Chowan County, N.C., Built ca. 1690, 1953 (1953)
N.53.7.39
Wright Memorial, Dare County, North Carolina, 1953 (1953)
N.53.7.40-41
Connestee Falls, Transylvania County, N.C., n.d., 1953; n.d.
N.53.8.1-3
Judaculla Rock, Jackson County, N.C., n.d., 1953; n.d.
N.53.8.4-5
Pleasant Gardens, McDowell County, N.C., n.d., 1953; n.d.
N.53.8.6-7
Creekside Plantation, Burke County, N.C., Built 1836, 1953 (1953)
N.53.8.8
Swan Ponds, home of Isaac Avery, Burke County, N.C., 1953; n.d.
N.53.8.9
Unidentified Group visits Log Cabins in N.C. Mountains, 1953 (ca. 1953)
N.53.8.10-15
Mountain View, home of Samuel Greenlee, Burke County, N.C., n.d., 1953; n.d.
N.53.8.16
Hugh Waddell (ca.1734-1773), Bladen County, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1770)
N.53.10.1-2
Raleigh and Gaston Railroad Scale Model, 1953 (ca. 1953)
N.53.10.3
River Ferry, Asheville, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1870)
N.53.10.4
Patton Avenue, Asheville, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1870)
N.53.10.5
Zebulon Baird Vance (1830-1894), Asheville, N.C., 1996 (ca. 1865)
N.53.10.6
George Cherry, Supt. Capitol Bldg., Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.10.7-10
Archives Stacks, Archives and History, Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.10.11
Records Center Warehouse, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1953 (1953)
N.53.10.12-13
Carolina Charter of 1663, 1953 (1663)
N.53.10.14-17
State Exposition, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1953 (1884)
N.53.10.18
Wright Brothers Marker Dedication, Kitty Hawk, N.C., 1928, 1953 (1928)
N.53.10.19
Bill to Establish the North Carolina Historical Commission, 1953 (1903)
N.53.10.20-21
Historian and Journalist, Allan Nevins, c. 1940, 1953; c. 1940
N.53.11.1
Literary Historian Richard G. Walser, c. 1940, 1953; c. 1940
N.53.11.2
Sign of the Hall of History, Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.12.1
Literary and Historical Society Awards, Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.12.2
Mrs. Inglis Fletcher, N.C. Writer, 1953 (1953)
N.53.12.3
Awards Ceremony, Lit. and History Soc., Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.12.4
Mayflower Award, Lit. and History Soc., Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.12.5
The Original Wright Brothers Glider of 1903, 1953 (1953)
N.53.12.6
Wright Glider at Workshop, Kitty Hawk, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1903)
N.53.12.7
Carpenter's Tools at N.C. Hall of History, 1953 (1953)
N.53.12.8-10
Constitution House, Halifax, North Carolina, 1953 (ca. 1952)
N.53.12.11
Little Black Boys Eating Lollipops, Coinjock, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.53.12.12-13
Inland Waterway, Coinjock, North Carolina, 1953 (1953)
N.53.12.14

5. Negatives Received in 1954

I. M. LeGare (d. ca. 1808), Charleston, S. C., ca. 1800, 1953 (ca. 1800)
N.54.1.1
Hunter's Lodge, Wake Co., N. C., 1954, 1954 (n.d.)
N.54.9.18
Daingerfield Home, Fayetteville, N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.19-20
Old China Plates at Hall of History, Raleigh, N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.10.1-2
Party for Old Timers to Identify Barden Negs, Raleigh, N.C.,1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.10.3-5
Junior Historians Club, Raleigh, N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.10.6
"The Grove", Home of Willie Jones, Halifax Co., N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.10.7
Souvenir Calendars, Hall of History, 1903 and 1935, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.1-2
Female Academy, Anson County, N. C., n.d., 1954 (n.d.)
N.54.11.3
Duke Homestead, Durham Co., N. C., ca. 1910, 1954 (ca. 1910)
N.54.11.4
Yarborough House/ Hotel, Raleigh, N. C., ca. 1870, 1954 (ca. 1870)
N.54.11.5
Presentation of Vance Papers to N.C. Archives, 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.6-7
Tryon Palace, New Bern, N. C., ca. 1800, 1954 (ca. 1800)
N.54.11.8
Turpentine Stills in North Carolina, ca. 1885, 1954 (ca. 1885)
N.54.11.9-10
Gov. Tryon and The Regulators Meet, ca. 1768, 1954 (ca. 1768)
N.54.11.11
Stillwell Building, Western Carolina Coll., Cullowhee, N.C.,1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.12
Edenton Tea Party, Chowan Co., N. C., 1776, 1954 (1776)
N.54.11.13
North Carolina State Exposition, Raleigh, N. C., 1884, 1954 (1884)
N.54.11.14-15
Race Track, State Fair, Raleigh, N. C., ca. 1920, 1954 (ca. 1920)
N.54.11.16
State Fair Grounds, Raleigh, N. C., ca. 1920, 1954 (ca. 1920)
N.54.11.17
Theopholus Hunter House, Caraleigh, N. C., ca. 1954, 1954 (ca. 1954)
N.54.11.18-19
Ocean Terrace Hotel, Wrightsville Beach, N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.20
Lumina Pier, Wrightsville Beach, N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.21
Yacht Club, Wrightsville Beach, N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.22-23
Wrightsville Beach, After Hurricane, New Hanover Co., N. C.,1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.24-25
Lumina, After Hurricane Hazel, Wrightsville Beach, N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.26
Carolina Beach, After Hurricane Hazel, New Hanover Co.,N.C.,1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.27-40
Breakers Hotel, After Hurricane Hazel, Wilmington, N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.41
Caswell Beach, After Hurricane Hazel, New Hanover Co., N.C.,1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.42-43
Long Beach, After Hurricane Hazel, Brunswick Co., N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.11.44-53
Gov. Wm. Kerr Scott(1896-1958), Haw River, N. C., ca. 1948, 1954
N.54.12.1
Gov. Luther B. Hodges (1898-1974), Chapel Hill, N. C., ca.1953, 1954 (ca. 1953)
N.54.12.2
Gov. Warren Winslow (1810-1862), of Fayetteville, N. C., ca.1860, 1954 (ca. 1860)
N.54.12.3
Wm. B. Umstead (1895-1954), Durham Co., N. C., ca. 1953, 1954 (ca. 1953)
N.54.12.4
Gov. R. Gregg Cherry (1891-1957), ca. 1948, 1954 (ca. 1948)
N.54.12.5
Tod R. Caldwell (1818-1874), N.C. Gov., Morganton, N.C.,1870, 1954 (1870)
N.54.12.6
Presentation of Mayflower and Sir Walter Raleigh Awards, N.C.,1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.12.17-18
Gov. Benjamin Williams (1751-1814), Craven Co., N. C., 1799, 1954 (1799)
N.54.12.7
Governor William Walton Kitchen (1866- 1924), 1909, 1954 (1909)
N.54.12.8-9
Gov. David S. Reid (1813-1891), Rockingham Co., N. C., 1851, 1954 (1851)
N.54.12.10
Gov. Wm. Miller (1783-1825), from Warren Co., N. C., 1814, 1954 (1814)
N.54.12.11
Gov. John Owen (1787-1841), Bladen Co., N. C., 1828, 1954 (1828)
N.54.12.12
Clyde R. Hoey (1877- 1954), Shelby, N. C., ca. 1937, 1954 (ca. 1937)
N.54.12.13
Gov. J.C.B. Ehringhaus (1882-1949), Elizabeth City, N.C., 1933, 1954 (1933)
N.54.12.14
Burgwyn Cup Winners, Raleigh, N. C., 1954, 1954 (1954)
N.54.12.15-16
Mary Southerland Mangum, Orange (Durham) Co., N.C., 1953 (ca. 1880)
N.54.1.2
Martha Person Mangum, Orange (Durham) County, N.C., 1953 (ca. 1880)
N.54.1.3
Toddy Ladle, Made by John Copeland, Edenton, N.C., ca. 1760, 1953 (ca. 1760)
N.54.1.4-5
Staff, Dept. of Archives and History, Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1948)
N.54.1.6-8
Confederate Fife and Drum Corps, Louisville, Kentucky, 1953 (1905)
N.54.2.1
Model Trains in the Hall of History at Raleigh, N.C., 1953 (1953)
N.54.2.2-3
Dr. C. Christopher Crittenden (1902-1969), in Smock, 1953 (1953)
N.54.2.4-5
Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, Pender County, N.C., 1954 (1776)
N.54.2.6
Dr. Susan Dimock (1847-1875), Washington, N.C., 1954 (ca. 1870)
N.54.2.7
Model of Wright Brothers Flight, N.C. Hall of History, 1954 (1954)
N.54.2.8-9
Exhibit of the "Raleigh" Locomotive, Raleigh, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.2.10-11
Halifax Resolves, Halifax, North Carolina, 1953 (1776)
N.54.2.12
Confederate Seal, 1862, 1954 (1862)
N.54.3.1-2
Slave Quarters at Aycock Birthplace, Fremont, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.3
First and Second Lieutenants, Co. D, 33rd Reg. N.C.S.T., 1954 (ca. 1863)
N.54.3.4
Lillington Hall, Pender County, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.5-6
Model Trains at Work, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.7-10
Raleigh Police Force, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1954 (1929)
N.54.3.11
Gen. James B. Gordon (1822-1864), Wilkes County, N.C., 1954 (ca. 1862)
N.54.3.12
Gov. Edward B. Dudley (1789-1855) Onslow County, N.C., 1954 (1836)
N.54.3.13
Mrs. James I. Waddell (Anne S. Inglehart) Annapolis, MD., 1954 (ca. 1850)
N.54.3.14
Model Train Exhibit, N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.15-21
Governor John Willis Ellis (1820-1861), 1954 (ca. 1860)
N.54.3.22
Kiffin Rockwell Yates (1892-1918), Ashe County, N.C., 1954 (ca. 1916)
N.54.3.23
Patrick and Anne Edmonston Graves, Scotland Neck, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.24-26
Highway Marker to Site where C.S.S. Albemarle was Built, 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.27
Ruins of Edmonston House, Scotland, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.28-30
Trininty Episcopal Church, Scotland Neck, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.31-33
Treasurer Edwin M. Gill Pays Fee, Becomes Candidate, 1954 (1953)
N.54.3.33
Tobacco Plant Bed, Wake County, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.34-37
Long Leaf Pines in North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.38-39
Roanoke River, N.C., Near where Ram Albemarle was Built, 1954 (1954)
N.54.3.40-41
Ferry on the Yadkin River, North Carolina, 1953 (1919)
N.54.3.42
North Carolina Confederate Soldiers, 1953 (ca. 1863)
N.54.3.45
Cannon Cup, Hall of History, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.1
Daniel Morgan (1736-1802), Revolutionary War General, 1954 (ca. 1776)
N.54.4.2
Frances Whitley and MarJ. Hutchins, N.C. Archivists, 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.3
Historic Marker, William R. Davie House, Halifax, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.4
Grave of Joseph Montford (c1714-1775), Halifax, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.5-6
Grave of Nathaniel Macon (1758-1837), Vaughanlands, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.7
Home of Montford Stokes (1762-1842), Jackson, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.8-9
"Loretta", William R. Davie House, Halifax, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.10-11
Buck Springs, Nathaniel Macon House, Vaughanlands, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.12
Barn at Buck Springs, near Vaughanlands, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.13-14
Thomas Bragg House, Jackson, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.15
Williams-Reid-Macon House, Airlie, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.16-17
Royal White Hart Masonic Lodge, Halifax, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.18
Library, Halifax, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.19
DeBerry Home, Troy, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.20-22
Cole House, Ansonville, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.23
Interior View, Allen Kitchen, Wadesboro, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.24-27
Stanback House, Mt. Gilead, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.4.28-29
William Boylan (1777-1861), Raleigh, North Carolina, 1954 (ca. 1835)
N.54.5.1
Union Troops on a Noon-day Halt, 1954 (ca. 1863)
N.54.5.2
Mosby Hall, Littleton, N.C., built 1774, 1954 (1954)
N.54.5.3-4
Black Man Plowing with Mule in North Carolina, 1954 (ca. 1935)
N.54.5.5
Indian Mound in North Carolina, 1954 (ca. 1954)
N.54.5.6-9
Heartt House, Raleigh, North Carolina, Built ca. 1836, 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.1-7
Heartt House, Raleigh, N.C., Built ca. 1836, 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.8-13a
Andrew Johnson Birthplace, Raleigh, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.14-17
Monument to Joseph Hewes (1730-1779), Edenton, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.18
Wright Brothers Reconstructed Hangar, Kitty Hawk, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.19
Somerset Place, Pettigrew State Park, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.20-22
Chowan County Courthouse, Edenton, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.23
Barker House, Albemarle Sound, Edenton, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.24
Bay at Edenton, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.25-28
Albemarle Sound, from Ft. Raleigh, Roanoke Island, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.29-30
Ft. Raleigh, Roanoke Island, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.31-33
Scenes from "Lost Colony", Dare County, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.6.34-39
Archives Staff, Education Building, Raleigh, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.7.1-4
John Charles McNeill (1874-1907), Wagram, N.C., 1954 (ca. 1902)
N.54.7.5
Gov. Montford Stokes (1762-1842), Salisbury, N.C., 1954 (ca. 1815)
N.54.7.6
North Carolina Monument at Gettysburg Battlefield, Penn., 1954 (1954)
N.54.7.7-8
Historic Marker to Mangum House, Durham, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.7.9-10
Grave of Thomas Wolfe, Asheville, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.1-2
Grave of Zebulon B. Vance, Asheville, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.3
Grave of William Sidney Porter (O. Henry), Asheville, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.4
Sir Walter Raleigh (ca.1554-1618), 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.5
United States Arsenal, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 1954 (ca. 1860)
N.54.8.6
Fire Engine, Old Salem, N.C., Built ca. 1765, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.7
Magic Horse Tracks, Bath, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.8
Dr. Susan Dimock House, Washington, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.9
Brown House, Washington, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.10
Beaufort County Courthouse, Washington, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.11
Telfair House, Washington, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.12
John Tompkins House, Bath, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.13-14
St. Thomas Church, Bath, North Carolina, Built 1734, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.15-19
Restoration Work, Tryon Palace, New Bern, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.20-23
Sloop Point Plantation, Pender County, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.24-25
Fort Macon, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.26-31
Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.32-38
Moses H. Cone Estate, Blowing Rock, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.39-40
Thalian Hall, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.41
Pilot Mountain, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.42-44
Moravian Church, Winston Salem, N.C., Built 1807, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.45
Sister's House, Winston Salem, N.C., Built 1786, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.46-47
Fourth House, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.48
Lick-Boner House, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.49
God's Acre, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.50-52
Alumni House, Salem College, Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.8.54
Peebles House, Kinston, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.1
Edgewood Farm, Kinston, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.2
Interior View, State Records Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.3-4
Interior View, State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.5-6
Jefferson Davis and the Confederate Cabinet, 1954 (1864)
N.54.9.7
Robert E. Lee and his Twenty-Six Generals, 1954 (1907)
N.54.9.8
Old Raleigh Banking and Trust Company, Raleigh, N.C., 1954 (ca. 1901)
N.54.9.9
Confederate Prison, Salisbury, North Carolina, 1954 (ca. 1862)
N.54.9.10
Tennessee State Archives, Nashville, Tennessee, 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.11
Inscription in an Old Violin, 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.12
Items for Sale, Hall of History, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.13
1953 Publications, Publications Division, Raleigh, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.14
Mailing Books, Publications Division, Raleigh, N.C., 1954 (1954)
N.54.9.15-16
Rogers House, Wake Crossroads, Wake County, N.C., 1954 (n.d.)
N.54.9.17

6. Negatives Received in 1955

Bird's Eye View of Wilmington, N. C., 1873, 1955 (1873)
N.55.1.1
Schooner "Sultana", N. C. Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.1.2
Confederate Uniforms on Display, N.C. Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.1.3
Act to Incorporate Queen's College, Charlotte, N.C., 1809, 1955 (1809)
N.55.1.4-5
Side Saddle, N. C. Hall of History, Raleigh, ca. 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.1.6-7
Old Lock, N. C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.1.8
Craft Room, N. C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.1.9-12
Tryon Palace, New Bern, N. C., 1944, 1955 (1944)
N.55.1.13
16th Century English Costumes at N.C. Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.2.1-28
Norman Larson at the N. C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.2.29-30
Wright Flight, Kitty Hawk, N. C., 1903, 1955 (1903)
N.55.2.31-32
Mr./ Mrs. D.L. Corbitt, N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.3.1-4
Grave of Benjamin Williams (1751-1814), Moore Co., N.C.,1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.3.5-6
Harrington House, Moore Co., N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.3.7
Girls in Antique Costumes, N.C. Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.3.8-10
Harrison for President Ribbons, N.C Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1840)
N.55.3.11
5 N.C. Colonial Era Notable Public Figures, Hall of History,1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.3.12
John Baptist Ashe (1748-1802), Rocky Pt., N. C., ca. 1780, 1955 (ca. 1780)
N.55.3.13
John Sevier (1745-1815) Gov'r, Indian Fighter, Rev. War Colonel,1955 (ca. 1796)
N.55.3.14
James Norcom, M.D.(1778-1850), Edenton, N. C., ca. 1825, 1955 (ca. 1825)
N.55.3.20
Jas. I. Waddell (1824-1886), Capt. C.S.S. Shenandoah, ca.1865, 1955 (ca. 1865)
N.55.3.16
Benj. Hawkins (1754-1816),Soldier,Indian Agt.,U.S. Senator,c1798, 1955 (ca. 1798)
N.55.3.17
Unidentified N. C. Farm Implement, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.1
Confederate Battle Flag at N. C. Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.2
Jean Denny, Archivist, N. C. Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.3-9
Largest Red Oak on Capitol Square, Raleigh, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.10-19
Unidentified N. C. Farming Implement, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.20
Dedication of Restored Old Gaol, Halifax, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.21-22
Gov. Hodges @ Dedication of Halifax Gaol, Halifax, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.23.26
Dr. C.C. Crittenden @ Dedication of Old Gaol, Halifax,N.C.,1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.27
Mrs. Sterling Gary @ Dedication of Old Gaol, Halifax, N.C.,1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.28
Myrtle Hill Plantation, Enfield, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.29
Avoca Plantation, Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.30-32
Melrose Plantation, Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.33
Evans House, Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.34-36
Freeman House, Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.37
The Cedars Plantation, Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.38
Chowan College, Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.39
Wheeler House, Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.40-42
Thomas Little House, near Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.43
Hare Plantation, near Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.44
"The Oaks" Plantation House, near Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.45
Meredith House, Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.46
Myrick House, Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.47
Cooper House, near Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.48
Blount Furguson House, near Murfreesboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.4.49
Administration and Officers, Police Dept., Raleigh, N. C., ca.1905, 1955 (ca. 1905)
N.55.5.1-2
Douglas Rights(1891-1956)Minister/Historian,Old Salem,N.C.,c1940, 1955 (1955)
N.55.5.3
Rifle on Exhibit, N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.5.4
Confederate Room, N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.5.5
Peebles House, Kinston, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.5.6
Foscue House and Plantation, near Pollocksville, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.5.7
Grave of Richard Caswell(1729-1789), Kinston, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.5.8-9
Gun Belonging to Matthew West, Durham, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.6.1
Lee Log Cabin, near Smithfield, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.1-16
"Capt. F.F. Brown's Relief", Raleigh N.C. Police Officers, c1912, 1955 (ca. 1912)
N.55.7.17
Hampton Lodge, Waterlily, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.18
Hope Plantation and House, Bertie Co., N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.19-23
Belvidere House and Plantation, Perquimans Co., N. C., Built 1767, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.24-30
Currituck County Courthouse, Currituck, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.31
Currituck County Jail, Currituck, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.32
Camden County Courthouse, Camden, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.33-34
Camden County Jail, Camden, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.35
Quaker Meeting House, Perquimans Co., N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.36
Old Brick House, Elizabeth City, N. C., Built 1758, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.37
Abandoned Coast Guard Station, Dare Co., N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.38-41
"Devil's Tramping Ground", N. C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.42
Letter from Gov. Wm. Tryon, 1760, 1955 (1760)
N.55.7.43-44
Front Page of N. C. Gazette, New Bern, N. C., 1769, 1955 (1769)
N.55.7.45
Chippewa Indian Tomahawk, Northampton, MA, 1914, 1955 (1914)
N.55.7.46
Judge E.B. Denny Gives Oath to N.C. Archives Board Members, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.47
N.C. Archives and History Board Meeting, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.48
Episcopal Church, Beaufort, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.7.49
Monument to a Black Slave, Mars Hill, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.8.1-3
W. Carolina Historical Assn. Officers, Mars Hill, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.8.4-5
Dormitory, Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.8.6
Zeb Vance Birthplace, Weaverville, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.8.7-8
Map of the Commerce of North Carolina, 1770, 1955 (1770)
N.55.8.9
Old Log Schoolhouse, Mars Hill, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.8.10-11
Historic Marker Dedication, Woodfield Inn, Flat Rock, N. C.,1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.8.12
N.C. Hall of History Exhibit and Dollcase, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.9.1-2
Colonial Palace, Williamsburg, VA, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.9.3
Raleigh Tavern, Williamsburg, VA, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.9.4
Street Scene, Williamsburg, VA, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.9.5
Man in Living Costume, Williamsburg, VA, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.9.6
George Wythe House, Williamsburg, VA, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.9.7
Colonial Capitol, Williamsburg, VA, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.9.8
Powder Magazine, Williamsburg, VA, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.9.9-10
P. Denmark at L.L. Polk Historic Hwy. Marker, Polkton,N.C.,1948, 1955 (1948)
N.55.9.55
Mrs. Joye E. Jordan, N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.10.1-4
Pewter Cup to be Identified @ N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh,1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.10.5-9
Picturesque View of Catawba Falls, N. C., ca. 1875, 1955 (ca. 1875)
N.55.10.11
Braxton Bragg Party @ Paint Rock, N. C., ca. 1872, 1955 (ca. 1872)
N.55.10.12-13
Stereoscope of N.C. State Capitol, Raleigh, ca. 1861, 1955 (ca. 1861)
N.55.10.14
Stereoscope of Geo Washington Statue, N.C. State Capitol,ca.1873, 1955 (ca. 1873)
N.55.10.15
Stereoscope of Gov. Reid @ N.C. State Capitol, Raleigh, ca. 1861, 1955 (ca. 1861)
N.55.10.16
Stereoscopic View of a N. C. Mountain Stream, ca. 1872., 1955 (ca. 1872)
N.55.10.17
Grave of Elisha Mitchell, Mt. Mitchell, N. C., ca. 1872, 1955 (ca. 1872)
N.55.10.18
Bridge Over a N. C. Mountain Stream, ca. 1872, 1955 (ca. 1872)
N.55.10.19
Stereoscopic View of a Rustic Bridge in N. C., ca. 1872, 1955 (ca. 1872)
N.55.10.20
First Baptist Church, Raleigh, N. C., ca. 1875, 1955 (ca. 1875)
N.55.10.25
Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Warrenton, N. C., ca. 1873, 1955 (ca. 1873)
N.55.10.26
Mrs. Westray Battle Boyce in N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.10.27-28
Floral Arrangements of Vance Jerome, Raleigh, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.10.29-34
Schoolhouse Where P.S. Ney Taught, Rowan Co., N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.1
Thyateria Church, Rowan County, N. C., Deeded 1753, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.2
Third Creek Presbyterian Church, Rowan County, N. C., Built 1835, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.3
Captain Thomas Cowan House, Rowan County, N. C., Built 1775, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.4
Lower Stone Church, Rowan County, N. C., Built 1795, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.5-6
Organ Church, Rowan County, N. C., Erected 1795, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.7-8
John Stirewalt House, Rowan County, N. C., Built 1766, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.9-11
Michael Braun's Stone House, Rowan County, N. C., Built 1766, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.12
Mount Vernon, near Cleveland, N. C., Built 1822, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.13-14
Grave of Alexander Cathey, Thyateria Church, N. C., Dated 1766, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.15
Grave of Eliz. M. Steele, Thyateria Church, N. C., Dated 1791, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.16
Grave of Mr/Mrs John Knox, Thyateria Church, N. C., Dated 1911, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.17
Grave of Matthew Locke, Thyateria Church, N. C., Dated 1801, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.18
Grave of Thomas Cowan, Thyateria Church, N. C., Dated 1817, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.19
Grave of Peter Stewart Ney, Third Creek Church, N. C., 1846, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.20-21
Maxwell Chambers House, Salisbury, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.22-29
Cutten Silver on Exhibit @ N.C. Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.11.30-31
Thomas Barker (1713-1789), Edenton, N. C., ca. 1771, 1955 (ca. 1771)
N.55.11.32
Penelope Barker (1728-1796), Edenton, N. C., ca. 1775, 1955 (ca. 1775)
N.55.11.33
Daniel Boone (1734-1820), Hunter and Pioneer, ca. 1784, 1955 (ca. 1784)
N.55.11.34
Restoration of the Andrew Johnson House, Raleigh, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.1-12
Reconstruction Room, N. C. Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.13
Elizabethan Pinnace at Sea, ca. 1600, 1955 (ca. 1600)
N.55.12.14
Dickson House, near Hillsboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.15-16
Bennett Memorial, near Hillsboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.17-20
Out House at Hillsboro, N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.21
Ayr Mount, Kirkland Place, Hillsboro, N. C., Built ca. 1794, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.22-23
Hazel- Nash House, Hillsboro, N. C., Built 1769, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.24
Alamance Battleground Highway Markers, Alamance Co., N. C., 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.25-26
Old Fashioned Christmas Tree, N. C. Hall of History, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.27
Mr/Mrs Wm Mahler Beside Old Fashioned Christmas Tree, 1955, 1955 (1955)
N.55.12.28

7. Negatives Received in 1956

Tryon Palace Furniture, New Bern, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.1.1-9
Allen Kitchen, Wadesboro, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.1.10-20
Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) of Virginia, ca. 1805, 1955 (ca. 1805)
N.56.1.21
Seal of the Lords Proprietors, ca. 1663, 1955 (1955)
N.56.1.22
Pettigrew Chapel, Scuppernong, N. C., Built 1803, 1956 (1803)
N.56.1.23
Wake Forest University Campus, Winston Salem, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.2.1-3
Salem Tavern, Old Salem, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.2.4
Brothers House, Old Salem, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.2.5
Wachovia Museum, Old Salem, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.2.6
Emerald Isle Beach, Carteret County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.2.7-8
Calvin Jones House, Wake Forest, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.2.9
Andrew Jackson, "Brave Boy of the Waxhaws", Union Co.,N.C.,c1780, 1956 (1876)
N.56.2.10
Halifax Resolves, Halifax, N. C., 1776, 1956 (1776)
N.56.2.12
North Carolina Ordinance of Secession, 1861, 1956 (1861)
N.56.2.13
Pleasant Gardens, McDowell Co., N. C., 1956, 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.2.14
Ingleside Plantation House, Lincoln Co., N. C., Built 1817, 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.2.15
Hayes Plantation, Edenton, N. C., Built 1801, 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.2.16
Quaker Meadows, Burke County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.2.17
Orton Plantation, Brunswick County, N. C., Built 1725, 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.2.18
Amp Dial, C. P. and L. Co., Raleigh, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.2.19
Trinity College, Durham, N. C., 1882, 1956 (1882)
N.56.2.20
Stanly House, New Bern, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.2.21
Buck Springs, Warren County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.2.22
Ft. Macon and Surrounding Areas, N. C., ca. 1862, 1956 (ca. 1862)
N.56.2.23
Ruins of St. Philip's Church, Brunswick, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.1-2
Col. Maurice Moore Memorial, Brunswick, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.3
Orton Plantation and House, Brunswick Co., N. C., Built 1725, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.4-6
Chapel @ Orton Plantation, Brunswick Co., N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.7-8
Gardens @ Orton Plantation, Brunswick Co., N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.9-12
Ft. Johnston, Southport, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.13-14
"Vue of New York", Discovered in N. C., 1836, 1956 (1836)
N.56.3.15-16
Gov. Hodges, Dr. Holoman w/ Foreigners @ N.C. State Capitol,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.17
Canova Statue of Washington, N. C. State Capitol, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.18-19
William Sydney Porter, a.k.a. O. Henry, (1862-1910), ca. 1902, 1956 (ca. 1902)
N.56.3.20
O. Henry Birthplace, Greensboro, N. C., ca. 1911, 1956 (ca. 1911)
N.56.3.21
Schoolhouse that O. Henry Attended, Greensboro, N. C., ca. 1911, 1956 (ca. 1911)
N.56.3.22
Map of Montgomery County, N. C., 1924, 1956 (1924)
N.56.3.23
Florida Trailer Museum, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.24
Illinois State Museumobile, 1955, 1956 (1955)
N.56.3.25
The Wisconsin Historymobile, ca. 1956, 1956 (ca. 1956)
N.56.3.26
Dr. C. C. Crittenden (1902-1969), N.C. Archives Director, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.27
Jn. Husband Petition to Gov. Josiah Martin, ca. 1772, 1956 (ca. 1772)
N.56.3.28
William Butler Petition to Gov. Josiah Martin, 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.29
Letter from Gov. Wm. Tryon to N.C. House of Assembly, 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.30
Minutes of Council, Halifax, N. C., 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.31
Petition from Gov. Wm. Tryon for Supplies, 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.32
Notice of Election from Onslow County, N. C., 1769, 1956 (1769)
N.56.3.33
Letter from Gov. Wm. Tryon Resquesting Troops, 1768, 1956 (1768)
N.56.3.34
Proclaimation from Gov. Wm. Tryon Against the Regulators, 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.35
Account of the Battle of Alamance, 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.36-39
Address to Gov. Wm. Tryon from Citizens of Orange Co.,N.C., 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.40-41
Marching Orders from N. C. Gov. Wm. Tryon, 1768, 1956 (1768)
N.56.3.42
Petition to Gov Wm Tryon from Citizens of Halifax Co.,N.C.,c1768, 1956 (ca. 1768)
N.56.3.43
Reward for Regulator Leaders Offered by Gov. Wm. Tryon, 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.44
Bills for Supplies for Tryon's Army, 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.45-46
Oaths of Alliegances Pertaining to Battle of Alamance, 1771, 1956 (1771)
N.56.3.47-48
Delaware Records Center, Dover, DE, ca. 1930, 1956 (ca. 1930)
N.56.3.49
N. C. State Flags, 1861 and 1885, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.50
Alamance Battleground, near Burlington, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.53-57
Scenes @ Alamance Battleground, Burlington, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.58-63
Breastworks @ Bentonville Battleground, Johnston Co.,N.C.,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.64-65
Old Brick House @ Alamance Battleground, Burlington, N.C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.3.66-67
Croatan Indian Family and House, Dare Co., N. C., ca. 1890, 1956 (ca. 1890)
N.56.4.1
Cornelia P. Spencer (1825-1908), Author, Chapel Hill,N.C.,c.1888, 1956 (ca. 1888)
N.56.4.2
Floor Plan of the N. C. Museum @ Raleigh, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.3
Interior of Barker House, Edenton, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.4-6
Old Inn, Rocky Mount, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.7
Hope Plantation, Home of NC Gov David Stone (1808-10),Bertie Co., 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.8-11
Gambrel Roof House, at Halifax, N. C., n. d., 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.4.16
Iredell House, Edenton, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.12-15
Unidentified Halifax House, Halifax, N. C., n.d., 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.4.17
Halifax Jail, Halifax, N. C., Built ca. 1838, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.18
Old Church at Halifax, N. C., Built ca. 1793, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.19
Pope's Hotel, Halifax, N. C., Built ca. 1830, 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.4.20
Magazine Spring, Halifax, N. C., ca. 1910, 1956 (ca. 1910)
N.56.4.21
Unidentified House at Halifax, N. C., Built ca. 1850, 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.4.22
Antebellum Courthouse, Halifax, N. C., ca. 1900, 1956 (ca. 1900)
N.56.4.23
Colonial Buggy Factory, Halifax, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.24
Grove House, Halifax, N. C., ca. 1910, 1956 (ca. 1910)
N.56.4.25
Tapp Room, Halifax, N. C., ca. 1956, 1997 (ca. 1956)
N.56.4.26
Gambrel Roof House, near Wilcox House, Halifax, N. C., ca.1956, 1956 (ca. 1956)
N.56.4.27
Alston House, Moore County, N. C., ca. 1956, 1956 (ca. 1956)
N.56.4.28-33
Historic Houses @ Mrfreesboro, N. C., ca. 1956, 1956 (ca. 1956)
N.56.4.37-41
Aspen Hall, Chatham County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.42
Grave of Richard Caswell, Kinston, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.43-45
Town Creek Indian Mound, Montgomery County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.4.46-47
Coliseum @ Charlotte, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.1-2
Owens Auditorium, Charlotte, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.3
Archivists @ Alamance Battleground Trailer, Alamance Co,NC,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.4-5
Shipwreck Debris @ Nags Head, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.6-12
L and H Assn. Meeting PicNic, Cape Hatteras, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.13-20
James Y. Joyner (1862-1954), LaGrange, N. C., ca. 1910, 1956 (ca. 1910)
N.56.5.21
Cherokee Indian Masks, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.22-23
Cherokee Indian Beads, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.24
Cherokee Indian Bag, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.25
Cherokee Indian Bowls, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.26-28
Cherokee Indian Figurines at the N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.29
Unidentified World War I Soldiers, ca. 1918, 1956 (ca. 1918)
N.56.5.30
Battle of Bentonville, Johnston County, N. C., 1865, 1956 (1865)
N.56.5.31
Henry Clay Oak, Raleigh, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.32-33
President Andrew Johnson Birthplace, Raleigh, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.34-36
Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C., ca. 1855, 1956 (ca. 1855)
N.56.5.37
Battle of Black River, Averasboro, N. C., 1865, 1956 (1865)
N.56.5.38
Zebulon Vance Birthplace, Buncombe County, N. C., ca. 1900, 1956 (ca. 1900)
N.56.5.39
Early 19th Century Card Table and Side Board, Pender Co.,N.C.,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.40-41
Sloop Point Plantation and House, Pender County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.42-43
Interior View, Sloop Pt. Plantation House, Pender Co.,N.C.,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.44
Luncheon @ Sloop Pt. Plantation, Pender Co.,N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.45
Sloop Point Plantation House, Pender County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.46
Old Farmhouse, Johnston County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.47-48
Country Doctor's Old House, Pittsboro, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.49
Antebellum House, Pittsboro, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.50
Masonic Hall, Pittsboro, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.51
Scenic View, Ft. Johnston, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.52
Antebellum House, Montgomery County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.53-54
Antebellum House, Halifax, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.55
Dutch Colonial House, Halifax, N. C., Built ca. 1765, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.56-58
Dolls on Exhibit, Halifax, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.59-61
Gary House, Halifax, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.5.62
Town Creek Indian Mound, Montgomery County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.1-22
Blount Hall, Pitt County, N. C., Built ca. 1762, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.23
Grimes House, Pitt County, N. C., Built 1793, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.24
Henry Clay (1777-1852), American Statesman, 1956 (n.d.)
N.56.6.25-27
Lodge of Order of Red Men, Dallas, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.28
Zeb Vance Birthplace, Buncombe County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.29-32
19th Century Hotel, Dallas, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.33-34
Green River Plantation, Polk County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.35
Delapidated Old House, Guilford County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.36-42
Alamance National Battleground, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.43-44
Grier House, Matthews, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.45
Koerner's Folly, Kernersville, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.46-48
Howser House, King's Mountain, S. C., Built 1802, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.49
Pine Avenue, Arden, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.50
"Buck Shoals", Nye Home, Arden, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.51-53
Ruins of St. Philip's Church, Brunswick County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.54-57
Foundation of an Old Mill, Snow Camp, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.58
Log House, Chatham County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.59
Mill Race, Alamance County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.60-61
Zeb Vance Birthplace, Buncombe County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.62-65
"Under the Big House", Hope Plantation, Bertie Co.,N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.66-67
Blanche Johnson, Director's Office, N.C.A. and H., Raleigh, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.68-69
Dr. Christopher Crittenden, Director N.C.D.A.andH., Raleigh, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.70
Smith House, Scotland Neck, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.71
Archivist in Indian Mask, Raleigh, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.6.72
Amphitheater Play "Thunder Over Carolina", Lincolnton,N.C.,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.1-16
King's Mountain National Military Park, S. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.17-21
Gov. L. Hodges w/ Board of N.C. Archives and History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.22
Antique Guns @ N.C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.23-30
Guns from N.C. Hall of History Collection, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.23A-30A
Shed at Alamance National Battleground, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.31-42
Birthplace of Gov. Wm. Umstead, Bahama, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.43
Wilcox House, Halifax, N. C., Built ca. 1825, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.44-47
Tap Room, Halifax, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.48
Old Spring @ Halifax, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.49-50
Calvin Jones House, Wake Forest, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.51-53
Fairntosh Plantation, Durham County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.54-57
German Reformed Church, Guilford County, N. C., Built 1813, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.58
W. S. Tarlton, N. C. Div. of Historic Sites, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.59
Norman Larson, Archivist, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.60
Side View, German Reformed Church, Guilford County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.7.61
Sub- Basement, Brother's House, Winston Salem, N. C., Built 1768, 1956 (1956)
N.56.8.1
Wedgewood China @ N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.8.2-10
Antique Coffee Maker, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.8.11
Colonial Wax Seal, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.8.12-13
Jos. Clay Family Tree, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.8.14-15
Hwy. Marker to N.C. Dental Soc., Raleigh, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.8.16-17
Saint Valentine's Day, 1864, 1956 (1864)
N.56.8.18
Contemporary Ladie's Fashions, 1864, 1956 (1864)
N.56.8.19-20
Fort Fisher, N. C., 1864, 1956 (1864)
N.56.8.21
C.S.S. Albemarle Attacking a Union Gunboat, Plymouth,N.C.,1864, 1956 (1864)
N.56.8.22
Confederate Ram @ Wilmington, N. C., 1864, 1956 (1864)
N.56.8.23
Sassacus Ramming the C.S.S. Albemarle, Albemarle Sound,N.C.,1864, 1956 (1864)
N.56.8.24
War Relics, Durham Children's Museum, Durham, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.8.25-30
War Relics, Durham Children's Museum, Durham, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.8.31-36
War Relics, Durham Children's Museum, Durham, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.8.37-42
Tobacco Barns, Caswell County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.1-4
U.D.C. Unveils Confederate Monument, Beach Gap, N.C.,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.5-7
Gen. Robert Howe Gravesite, Columbus County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.8-12
1903 Buggymobile, N. C. Hall of History, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.13-14
N.C. Archivist Receiving Book from Printer, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.15
Mangum Letter Book, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.16-18
Confederate Flag of the 26th Regiment, N. C. Troops, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.19
Old Confederate Flag, N. C. Hall of History, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.20
David Stone (1770-1818), Bertie County, N. C., 1810, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.21-22
Researchers @ N. C. Archives, Raleigh, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.23-27
H.G. Jones, N.C. State Archivist, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.28
Journal of N. C. Provincial Congress, 1776, 1956 (1776)
N.56.9.29
N. C. Colonial Laws of the Sabbath, 1956 (ca. 1741)
N.56.9.30
Page from N. C. Constitution, 1776, 1956 (1776)
N.56.9.31
1862 Confederate Seal, N. C. Hall of History, 1956 (1862)
N.56.9.32
Chandeliers, Tryon Palace, New Bern, N. C., 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.33-34
N.C. County Historians Tour Anson Co., N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.36-40
Granville County Courthouse, Oxford, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.41-43
Halifax County Courthouse, Halifax, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.44-47
Northampton County Courthouse, Jackson, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.48-51
Person County Courthouse, Roxboro, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.52-54
L.L. Polk Home, Polkton, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.9.56
Warren County Courthouse, Warrenton, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.57-59
Vance County Courthouse, Henderson, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.60-62
Johnston County Courthouse, Smithfield, N. C., 1945, 1956 (1945)
N.56.9.63-64
Swain County Courthouse, Bryson City, N. C., 1943, 1956 (1943)
N.56.9.65
Wilkes County Courthouse, Wilkesboro, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1948)
N.56.9.66-67
Macon County Courthouse, Franklin, N. C., 1943, 1956 (1943)
N.56.9.68
Rutherford County Courthouse, Rutherfordton, N. C., 1944, 1956 (1944)
N.56.9.69-71
Forsyth County Courthouse, Winston Salem, N. C., ca. 1944, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.72
Rutherford County Courthouse, Rutherfordton, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1948)
N.56.9.73-74
Cabarrus County Courthouse, Concord, N. C., 1944, 1956 (1944)
N.56.9.75-76
Graham County Courthouse, Robbinsbille, N. C., 1943, 1956 (1943)
N.56.9.77-78
Camden County Courthouse, Camden, N. C., ca. 1944, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.79
Clay County Courthouse, Hayesville, N. C., 1943, 1956 (1943)
N.56.9.80-81
Alleghany County Courthouse, Sparta, N. C., ca. 1944, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.82
Ashe County Courthouse, Jefferson, N. C., ca. 1944, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.83
Chatham County Courthouse, Pittsboro, N. C., 1946, 1956 (1946)
N.56.9.84-85
Watauga County Courthouse, Boone, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1948)
N.56.9.86-87
Yancey County Courthouse, Burnsville, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1948)
N.56.9.88
Burke County Courthouse, Morganton, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.89
Scotland County Courthouse, Laurinburg, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1943)
N.56.9.90
Cumberland County Courthouse, Fayetteville, N. C., ca. 1943, 1956 (ca. 1943)
N.56.9.91-92
Warren County Courthouse, Warrenton, N. C., 1923, 1956 (1923)
N.56.9.93
Buncombe County Courthouse, Asheville, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.94
N.C. State Capitol, Raleigh, ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.95
Caldwell County Courthouse, Lenoir, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1948)
N.56.9.96
Davie County Courthouse, Mocksville, N. C., ca. 1920, 1956 (ca. 1920)
N.56.9.97
Anson County Courthouse, Wadesboro, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1948)
N.56.9.98
Richmond County Courthouse, Rockingham, N. C., ca. 1946, 1956 (ca. 1946)
N.56.9.99
Lincoln County Courthouse, Lincolnton, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.100-101
Surry County Courthouse, Dobson, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1948)
N.56.9.102
Montgomery County Courthouse, Troy, N. C., ca. 1943, 1956 (ca. 1943)
N.56.9.103
Mecklenburg County Courthouse, Charlotte, N. C., ca. 1944, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.104
Cleveland County Courthouse, Shelby, N. C., ca. 1943, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.105
Orange County Courthouse, Hillsboro, N. C., ca. 1943, 1956 (ca. 1943)
N.56.9.106-107
Polk County Courthouse, Columbus, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.108
Madison County Courthouse, Marshall, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.109
Hyde County Courthouse, Swan Quarter, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.110
Mitchell County Courthouse, Bakersville, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.111
Old Gaston County Courthouse, Dallas, N. C., ca. 1946, 1956 (ca. 1946)
N.56.9.112-114
Gaston County Courthouse, Dallas, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1948)
N.56.9.115
Moore County Courthouse, Carthage, N. C., ca. 1944, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.116
McDowell County Courthouse, Marion, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.117
Hertford County Courthouse, Winton, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.118
Henderson County Courthouse, Hendersonville, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.119
Catawba County Courthouse, Newton, N. C., ca. 1943, 1956 (ca. 1943)
N.56.9.120
Hoke County Courthouse, Raeford, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.122
Avery County Courthouse, Newland, N. C., ca. 1943, 1956 (ca. 1943)
N.56.9.125
Alexander County Courthouse, Taylorsville, N. C., ca. 1941, 1956 (ca. 1941)
N.56.9.126-127
Cherokee County Courthouse, Murphy, N. C., 1943, 1956 (1943)
N.56.9.128-129
Guilford County Courthouse, Greensboro, N. C., ca. 1946, 1956 (ca. 1946)
N.56.9.130
Jackson County Courthouse, Sylva, N. C., 1943, 1956 (1943)
N.56.9.131-132
Haywood County Courthouse, Waynesville, N. C., 1943, 1956 (1943)
N.56.9.133
Onslow County Courthouse, Jacksonville, N. C., ca. 1946, 1956 (ca. 1946)
N.56.9.134
Gates County Courthouse, Gatesville, N. C., ca. 1947, 1956 (ca. 1947)
N.56.9.135
Wake County Courthouse, Raleigh, N. C., ca. 1944, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.136
Harnett County Courthouse, Lillington, N. C., ca. 1944, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.137
Iredell County Courthouse, Statesville, N. C., ca. 1970, 1970 (ca. 1970)
N.56.9.138
Yadkin County Courthouse, Yadkinville, N. C., ca. 1944, 1956 (ca. 1944)
N.56.9.139-141
Davidson County Courthouse, Lexington, N. C., ca. 1943, 1956 (ca. 1943)
N.56.9.142
Lee County Courthouse, near Sanford, N. C., ca. 1948, 1956 (ca. 1948)
N.56.9.143
Stanly County Courthouse, Albemarle, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.144
Randolph County Courthouse, Asheboro, N. C., 1944, 1956 (1944)
N.56.9.145
Dare County Courthouse, Manteo, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.146
Currituck County Courthouse, Cuurrituck, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.147-148
Union County Courthouse, Monroe, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.149
Rowan County Courthouse, Salisbury, N. C., ca. 1945, 1956 (ca. 1945)
N.56.9.150
Alamance County Courthouse, Graham, N. C., 1945, 1956 (1945)
N.56.9.151-155
Rockingham County Courthouse, Wentworth, N. C., 1946, 1956 (1946)
N.56.9.156-158
Stokes County Courthouse, Danbury, N. C., 1946, 1956 (1946)
N.56.9.159-161
Caswell County Courthouse, Yanceyville, N. C., 1946, 1956 (1946)
N.56.9.162-164
Carteret County Courthouse, Beaufort, N. C., 1947, 1956 (1947)
N.56.9.165-168
Columbus County Courthouse, Whiteville, N. C., 1947, 1956 (1947)
N.56.9.169-172
New Hanover County Courthouse, Wilmington, N. C., 1947, 1956 (1947)
N.56.9.173-174
Lenoir County Courthouse, Kinston, N. C., 1947, 1956 (1947)
N.56.9.175-176
Robeson County Courthouse, Lumberton, N. C., 1947, 1956 (1947)
N.56.9.177-179
Franklin County Courthouse, Louisburg, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.180-183
Perquimans County Courthouse, Hertford, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.184-185
Washington County Courthouse, Plymouth, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.186-188
Bladen County Courthouse, Elizabethtown, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.189-190
Martin County Courthouse, Williamston, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.191-192
Craven County Courthouse, New Bern, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.193-194
Edgecombe County Courthouse, Tarboro, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.195-196
Bertie County Courthouse, Windsor, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.197-198
Chowan County Courthouse, Edenton, N. C., ca. 1947, 1956 (ca. 1947)
N.56.9.199
Nash County Courthouse, Nashville, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.200-201
Cumberland County Courthouse, Fayetteville, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.202
Sampson County Courthouse, Clinton, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.203-204
Gates County Courthouse, Gatesville, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.205
Wayne County Courthouse, Goldsboro, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.206-208
Wilson County Courthouse, Wilson, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.209-211
Pamlico County Courthouse, Bayboro, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.212-214
Duplin County Courthouse, Kenansville, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.215-216
Camden County Courthouse, Camden, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.217
Jones County Courthouse, Trenton, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.218-220
Brunswick County Courthouse, Southport, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.221-224
Pender County Courthouse, Burgaw, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.225-227A
Beaufort County Courthouse, Washington, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.228-230
Greene County Courthouse, Snow Hill, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.231-233
Hertford County Courthouse, Winton, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.234
Avery County Courthouse, Newland, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.235-236
Dare County Courthouse, Manteo, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.237
Pasquotank County Courthouse, Elizabeth City, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.238-240
Tyrrell County Courthouse, Columbia, N. C., 1948, 1956 (1948)
N.56.9.241-245
Kron House, Morrow Mountain State Park, Stanly Co.,N.C.,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.1-2
Apprenticeship of Andrew Johnson, ca. 1820, 1956 (ca. 1820)
N.56.10.3
Model Train Wreck, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.4-5
Grave of Elisha Mitchell, Mt. Mitchell, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.6-7
Barbara Lloyd, N. C. Historic Sites, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.8
Staff Members, N. C. Dept. Archives and History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.9
Alamance Battleground Historic Site, Alamance Co.,N.C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.10-12
Temperance Hall, Scotland County, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.13-17
Junior Historian Exhibit, N. C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.18
WPTF Radio Interviews Dr. H.G. Jones, N.C. Archivist, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.19-21
Purviance Announces Congressional Candidacy,Fayetteville,NC,1800, 1956 (1800)
N.56.10.22
Female Staff Members, N.C. Dept Archives and History, Raleigh,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.23
1903 Buggymobile @ N.C. Hall of History, Raleigh, 1956 (1956)
N.56.10.23-24
Calvin Jones House Moving and Restoration, Wake Forest,N.C.,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.11.1-10
Book of Bethabara Moravian Records, Bethabara, N. C., ca.1767, 1956 (ca. 1767)
N.56.11.11
Calvin Jones House Moving by Crouch Bros., Wake Forest,N.C.,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.11.12-26
House Moving, Wake Forest, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.11.27-32
Mrs. W.D. Stokeley and H.G. Jones @ N.C. Archives, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.11.33
W. Sam Tarlton, N.C. Archivist, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.11.34
The Legend of Dromgoole Rock, N. C., 1956 (1956)
N.56.11.35
Gen. Braxton Bragg, (1817-1876), ca. 1860, 1956 (ca. 1860)
N.56.11.36-38
Documents from Chatham Collection, N.C. Dept. of Archives, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.11.39-41
Restored Tryon Palace, New Bern, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.11.42
Presentation of Documents to N. C. Archives, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.12.1
Presentation of Documents @ N.C. Dept. of Archives, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.12.2
T. Chatham Presents Document to McD. Lewis,N.C. Archives, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.12.3
Registration @ Literary and Historical Society, Raleigh,N.C.,1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.12.4
Ann Kilby, Staff, N.C. Dept. of Archives, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.12.5
Old Fashioned Christmas Tree, N.C. Hall of History, 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.12.6-9
"Kinderhook", E. Jones Plantation House, Warren Co.,N.C.,ca.1870, 1956 (ca. 1870)
N.56.12.10
Montmorenci Plantation House, Warren Co.,N. C., Built 1825, 1956 (ca. 1900)
N.56.12.11-12
Archivists Display an Old Still, Raleigh, N. C., 1956, 1956 (1956)
N.56.12.13
Andrew Johnson (1808-1875), as Young Man, ca. 1840, 1956 (ca. 1840)
N.56.12.14
Water Tower and Waterworks, Raleigh, N. C., 1914, 1956 (1914)
N.56.12.15-16
General Geo. Washington (1732-1799) Statue, N.C. Capitol, c.1820, 1956 (ca. 1820)
N.56.12.17
Officers of the 69th Regt., N. C. S. T., ca. 1861, 1956 (ca. 1861)
N.56.3.51
Cherokee Confederate Veteran Reunion, Cherokee, N. C., 1901, 1956 (1901)
N.56.3.52

8. Negatives Received in 1957

Dutch Children, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.1
Exhibits in Hall of History, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.2-4
London in the 1600's., 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.5-7
Buildings at St. Helena Colony, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.8-9
Pewter Pitcher, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.10
Portrait of W. A. Blount, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.11
Old Agriculture Building, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.12
St. Johns's Episcopal Church, Williamsboro, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.13-14
Wedgwood Bowl, Tryon Palace, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.15
Tryon Palace, Exterior Shots, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.16-27
Mrs. Hoogendorme, Dutch Settler, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.28
Van Dorp Family, Dutch Bulb Growers, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.29-30
Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, 1956 (1775)
N.56.2.11
Hookahs at the Home of Gus Constantine, c, 1950s, 1957; 1950s
N.57.1.31
Dutch Silver (Spoons, Knives, etc.), 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.32
Bentonville Battleground Monument, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.33-35
Tryon Palace Interior Shots, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.36-42
"Burnside" near Williamsboro, N. C., 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.43
Harper House, Bentonville Battleground, 1957 (1957)
N.57.1.44
Scenes at Opening of N. C.'s First Ladies Gowns, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.1-2
Miss Blanche Manor, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.3
Mrs. J. Melville Broughton and Inaugural Gown, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.4-6
Mrs. O. Max Gardner and Her Inaugural Gown, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.7-9
Faye Cole and Barbara McKeithan, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.10
People Viewing Early School Room, Hall of History, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.11
Mrs. Joye E. Jordan, Opening of Exhibit on Gowns, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.12
Mrs. Luther Hodges et al and Governors Wive's Gowns, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.13
Aerial Views of Tryon Palace, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.14-16
Exhibit of Gowns of N. C.'s First Ladies, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.17
Gov. Thomas W. Bickett, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.18
Archives--Stacks and Documents, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.19-22
5th Grade, William Street School, Goldsboro, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.23
8th Grade, Snow Hill School, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.24
7th Grade, Bear Grass School, Martin County, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.25
5th Grade, Elizabethtown School, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.26
5th Grade, William St. School, Goldsboro, 1957 (1957)
N.57.2.27
Confederate Veterans, Montgomery County, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.1
North Carolina Seal, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.2
Gov. Benjamin Williams, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.3
Gov. Benjamin Williams, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.4
Blanche Johnson, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.5
Mary Rogers, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.6
Ann Kilby, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.7
Barbara Lloyd, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.8
Drawing of Old East Building, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.9
Richard J. Gatling and Gun, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.10
Gov. J. Melville Broughton and Marion Hargrove, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.11
Joseph McDowell, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.12
John Hawk's Elevation of Tryon Palace, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.13
Old Christ Church at New Bern from Jonathan Price, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.14
Bert Ellentuck, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.15
Sen. Kerr Scott and Scott Letter Books, 1957 (1957)
N.57.3.16
Note from Delight Nixson, dated 1827, 1957 (1957)
N.57.4.1
Letter of Archibald Murphey, 1957 (1957)
N.57.4.2
Drawing of Mantlepiece, State Capitol, 1957 (1957)
N.57.4.3
Frances Tiernan (Christian Reid), 1957 (1957)
N.57.4.4
Map of Indians in North Carolina, 1957 (1957)
N.57.4.5
Bea Hardison, 1957 (1957)
N.57.4.6
"Message from the Dead", 1957 (1957)
N.57.4.7
Windsor Castle, Windsor, N.C., 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.1
Old School Bus, "The Tally Ho", 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.2
Windsor, Confederate Memorial Day Celebration, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.4
The Flying Parson, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.5
Avoca, Bertie County, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.6
St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Windsor, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.7
Mt. Gould, Bertie County, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.9
Scotch Hall, Bertie County, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.10
Polk Birth Place-Old Monument, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.11
Thomas Wolfe, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.12
William Gaston, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.13
John Charles McNeill, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.14
Calvin Wiley, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.15
China Plate, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.16
Raleigh Porches, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.17
The Calvin Jones House, Wake Forest, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.18
Staff Members, 1957 (1957)
N.57.5.19
Calvin Jones House, 1957 (1957)
N.57.6.1-2
WWI Scene, Raleigh Train Station, 1957 (1957)
N.57.6.3
Joe Bennett House, Colonial House near Cary and Apex, 1957 (1957)
N.57.6.4
Sketch of N.C. State Capitol with Eagle, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.1-2
Restored Painting of Old State House, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.3-4
WWI Uniform and Gas Mask, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.5-6
Confederate Money, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.7-8
Engraving of State House, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.9-10
Revolver Brought in to be Identified, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.11-12
Mordecai House, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.14-15
Outbuildings at James Iredell House-Edenton, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.16-19
Trenches and Monuments at Bentonville Battleground, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.20-30
Sterling Ruffin House, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.31-32
Woods-Covington House, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.33
Bentonville Battleground Trenches, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.34-42
High Rock Plantation, Caswell County, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.43-46
Blackwell Farm, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.47-48
Old Home Graves in Caswell County, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.49-50
Mrs. Annie Gwyn House, Caswell County, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.51-54
Sanders Home near Clayton in Johnston County, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.56-57
Aerial Maps of Bentonville Battleground, 1957 (1957)
N.57.7.68
Richard Benbury Creecy, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.1-2
Calvin H. Wiley, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.3
Bernice Kelly Harris, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.4-5
Mrs Kathryn Worth and Daughter Josephine, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.6-7
Lowery Gang, Harper's Weekly, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.8-9
Miss Mollie Lucas, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.10-13
Smithfield High School Girls Basketball Team, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.14-15
Weaving, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.16-17
Zebulon B. Vance Desk Refinished for H. G. Jones, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.18-21
Mary Ann Mason, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.22
Bentonville Battleground Deed Presentation, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.23
Archives and History Record Center, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.1
British Colonial Stamp, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.2A
Toy Pewter of Sally Hogg, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.2-6
Toy Wash Bowl Set of Sally Hogg, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.7
Model of Wright Brothers' Airplane, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.8-9
Wills Forest, Home of Major John Devereux, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.10-12
Fred A. Olds Memorial Stagecoach, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.13-14
Fred A. Olds Memorial Model Schooner, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.15-16
Fred A. Olds Memorial Covered Wagon, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.17-18
Fred A. Olds Memorial Model T Ford, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.19-20
Model 1870 Buggy Made by John Walker, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.21-22
Tanks at Camp Polk, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.23
Miss Betsy Haywood of Raleigh, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.24
USS North Carolina, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.25
Tryon Palace, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.26
Furniture from the Blount Collection, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.27
The Wasp, Avon, and the Reindeer, 1957 (1957)
N.57.8.28
Gov. Vance and Confederate Generals, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.30
David F. Caldwell, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.29
Old Gayle Hotel, Hertford, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.31
Royal White Hart Lodge No. 2, Halifax, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.32
Frontiersman, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.33
Old Liberty Point, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.34
Girls Loading High-Explosive Shell Fuses, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.35
Click Reel, Flax Wheel, Flax Hackles, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.36
Trading Ford, Yadkin River, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.37
Nash County Tobacco Curing House, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.38
Bath-North Carolina's Oldest Town, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.39
Humphrey Gilbert, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.40
Home of Cornelius Harnett, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.41
Blockhouse for Indian Fighting near Southport, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.42
Types of Indian Stone Implements, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.43
Blackbeard (Edward Teach), Pirate of 18th Century, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.44
Albemarle, The Duke of, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.45
The Green Hill House, Louisburg, N.C., 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.46
Raleigh Canteen Feeding Passing Soldiers, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.47
Silver Service, Blakeley, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.48
Helmets, Light Breastplates, and Armguards, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.49
The Albemarle Afloat and Ready for Action, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.50
30th Division with German Prisoners, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.51
Governor Tryon and the Regulators, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.52
Landing of the English at Roanoke, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.53
Blockhouse, Southport, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.55
First Colony-Roanoke Island, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.56
Farm Woman, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.57
Bake Oven, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.58
North Carolina State Seal, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.59
Indian Village, Model in Hall of History, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.60
Capture of Graffenreid and Lawson by the Indians, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.61
An Artisan, 16th Century, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.62
Salem Tavern, Salem, N.C., 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.63
Colonial Lamps, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.64
Diorama in Washington National Museum, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.65
Conestoga Wagon, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.66
Colonial Carriage, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.67
The Tryon Palace, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.68
Sir William Berkeley, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.69
Scene at Boone's Cave, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.70
Daniel Boone's Monument, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.72
The Col. Lamb Blockade Runner, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.74
Bell From Tryon Palace's Bookcover, Bell of Regulators, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.75
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.76
Edenton Tea Party, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.77
Daniel Boone , The Tombstone, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.78
Kentucky's First Fort, Erected by Daniel Boone, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.80
View of Traverse, Fort Fisher, N.C., 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.81
{Missing}
N.57.9.82
The Boone Memorial Cabin, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.83
{Missing}
N.57.9.84
{Missing}
N.57.9.85
Fort Fisher, N. C., Interior Showing Traverses, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.86
Fort Fisher, N. C., 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.87
Joseph Caldwell, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.88
Rosin Yard and Landing for River, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.89
Farmer, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.90
George Davis at Wilmington, N. C., 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.91
Servant, 16th Century, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.92
The Landing of William Penn, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.93
Carolina Charter of 1663, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.94
Lafayette Memorial, Paris, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.95
Bennett House, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.96
Sir Walter Raleigh, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.97
Daniel Boone's Cabin on Kentucky River, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.98
Fort Fisher, N. C., Showing Palisade, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.99
Flora MacDonald, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.100
Advance, Blockade Runner, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.101
Henry Clay, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.102
Phillip Ludwell, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.103
E. M. Hart Cotton Mill, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.104
John M. Morehead, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.105
William A. Graham, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.106
Edward Hyde, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.107
William R. Davie, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.108
Daniel Boone Crossing the Alleghenies, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.109
Baptism of Virginia Dare, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.110
Edward B. Dudley, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.111
Zebulon B. Vance, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.112
Audubon Society at Governor's Mansion, 1957 (1957)
N.57.9.113
Dr. Thomas F. Wood, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.1
Washington Duke, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.2
Dr. R. D. W. Conner, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.3
Anson Patriots Society Group Photo, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.4
Plan of the Town of Wilmington, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.5
Map of Wilmington, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.5-A
Greensboro College, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.6
Old Jail, Halifax, N. C., 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.7
Interior of Fort Fisher During Bombardment, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.8
Johnston's Surrender, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.9
U. S. Arsenal at Fayetteville, N. C., 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.10
De Bry, Engravings, Indians, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.11
School Room in Hall of History, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.13
Civil War Regiment, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.14
Civil War Guns, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.15
Eastern Air Lines Plane in Flight, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.16
Flint Lock Rifle, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.17
Copy of Archives and History Paper, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.18
National Guard Uniforms, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.19
N. C. Literary and Historical Association, 1957 (1957)
N.57.10.20
New Bern's First Fire Engine and Service Reel, 1957 (1957)
N.57.11.1
"Coffin" Handbill against Jackson, 1957 (1957)
N.57.11.2
Randolph County Map, 1957 (1957)
N.57.11.3
William Henry Hill, 1957 (1957)
N.57.11.4
The Bloody Deeds of General Jackson, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.1
The Lillian, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.3
Ferry on the French Broad, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.4
On Western Highway near Waynesville, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.5
A Team on the French Broad, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.6
Eagle Hotel at Asheville, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.7
Engine on Birch Ridge, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.8
A Regular Menagerie, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.9
A Mountain Wagon, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.10
The Pillars of Hercules between Boone and Blowing Rock, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.11
Summer Sleighing on the French Broad, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.12
Unique Road Sign on Asheville to Weaverville Highway, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.13
Sir John Carteret, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.14
John Berkeley, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.15
Dr. Crittendon Receives Book from School Children, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.16
Meredith College Students Decorate Tree, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.17
Meredith College Girls Working Stringing Popcorn, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.18
Yates Mill Pond, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.19
Culture Week in Raleigh at Sir Walter Hotel, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.20
Griffith and Crittenden Wedding, 1957 (1957)
N.57.12.21

9. Negatives Received in 1958

(Missing)
N.58.1.2
(Missing)
N.58.1.3
(Missing)
N.58.1.4
(Missing)
N.58.1.5
(Missing)
N.58.1.6
(Missing)
N.58.1.7
(Missing)
N.58.1.8
(Missing)
N.58.1.9
Three Girls in Scottish Dress at N. C. State Fair, 1958 (1958)
N.58.1.10
(Missing)
N.58.1.11
(Missing)
N.58.1.12
Mayor Fred Wheeler and City Councilmen Take Helicopter Ride, 1958 (1958)
N.58.1.13
(Missing)
N.58.1.14
(Missing)
N.58.1.15
(Missing)
N.58.1.16
Tailor's Plate of Uniform, 1958 (1958)
N.58.1.17
Captain M. L. F. Redd, 1958 (1958)
N.58.1.18
Harper House Slave Quarters, 1958 (1958)
N.58.1.19
Letter from John Herritage Bryan, 1958 (1958)
N.58.1.20
Francis L. Hawks Papers
N.58.1.21
Francis L. Hawks, 1958 (1958)
N.58.1.22
Exhibit of Wedding Dresses, 1958 (1958)
N.58.1.23
Back of Old Uniform, 1958 (1958)
N.58.1.24
Barbara McKeithan, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.1
Old Vance Birthplace, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.2
President Harry S. Truman, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.3
Writers Institute, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.4
Writers Institute at Capitol, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.5
Silhouette of Mrs. Sherwood Haywood, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.6
Silhouette of John Davis Hawkins of Vance County, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.6A
(Missing)
N.58.2.7
Surgical Instruments of Dr. E. Burke Haywood, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.8
Albion W. Tourgee, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.9
Letter Book of Gov. William B. Umstead, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.10
Mrs. A. W. Hoffman and H. G. Jones, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.11
Mrs. D. S. Coltraine and H. G. Jones, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.12
Junior Historians Visit Aycock Birthplace, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.13
Andrew Johnson House in Greenville, Tennessee, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.14
Sherman's Men Escorting Negroes from Fayetteville to Wilmington, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.15
Bentonville, N. C., March 22, 1865, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.16
Sherman Fording a Swamp, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.17
Yankees Destroying a Fence, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.18
Sherman's Foragers, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.19
Wade Hampton, C.S.A, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.20
General Mower, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.21
Sherman's March to Bentonville, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.22
Palmer's Brigade Taking the Nineteenth Indiana Guns at Bentonville, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.23
Town Creek Indian Village, 1958 (1958)
N.58.2.24
Edgeworth Female Seminary, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.1
Wreck on US1 between Cary and Raleigh, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.1A
Flags of a Nation that Fell, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.2
Old Peace College, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.3
Monument at State College, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.4
Exhibits at Hall of History, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.5
White Cloth, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.6
Andrew Johnson by Matthew Brady, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.7
Braxton Bragg Sword, Located in Hall of History, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.8
Flags in Hall of History, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.9
State Telephone Exchange, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.10
State Motor Pool, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.11
Chinqua-Penn, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.12
Spring Dress Exhibit in Hall of History, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.13
(Missing)
N.58.3.14
Andrew Johnson's Law Office in Greenville, Tennessee, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.15
Betty Watkins at Laminating Machine, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.16
Rachel Robertson in Stacks, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.17
Mrs. Julia Meconnakey at Desk, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.18
Jo Anne Roberts with Stacks of Outgoing Mail, -1958
N.58.3.19
Ruth Page, Archivist, -1958
N.58.3.20
Leonard Alston and Wilber Placing Papers in Fumegating Vault, -1958
N.58.3.21
Carolyn Greene at Desk, -1958
N.58.3.22
Rachel Robinson in Map Room, -1958
N.58.3.23
Harper House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.24
Aycock Birthplace, n.d., (1958)
N.58.3.25
Stables at Aycock Birthplace, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.26
Corn Crib at Aycock Birthplace, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.27
Governor's Room, Storage, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.28
Mary Rogers in Search Room, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.29
Publications Display for Mr. Corbitt, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.30
Skeleton at Town Creek, 1958 (1958)
N.58.3.31
Town Creek, Interior, Deer, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.32
Town Creek, Exterior, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.33
Town Creek, Interior, Bear, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.34
Skeleton, Town Creek, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.35
H. G. Jones at Desk, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.36
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Guy and Daughter Looking at Train, n.d. (1958)
N.58.3.37
Initial Letters for Embroidery, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.1
D. L. Corbitt, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.2
Battle of Rogers' Rock, 1758 (1958)
N.58.4.3
Training Troops at Valley Forge, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.4
Battle of Lexington, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.5
Burlesque on the Loyalists, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.6-7
Rebels and Redcoats, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.8
Tories Hanged in Effigy, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.9
American Rifleman, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.10
Lady Raleigh, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.11
Picking Cotton on a Southern Plantation, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.12
Gin House and Screw, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.13
Cotton Team in North Carolina, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.14
Transition Period, Average Road, 1898 (1958)
N.58.4.15
(Missing)
N.58.4.16
(Missing)
N.58.4.17
Neil Farley, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.18
Statue of John Paul Jones, n.d., (1958)
N.58.4.19
(Missing)
N.58.4.20
Cotton Mill, Rocky Mount, N. C., n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.21
Robert E. Lee, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.22
Personnel Department Offices of Mr. Brentley, n.d. (1958)
N.58.4.23
James Johnston Pettigrew, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.1
City Hall and Opera House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.2
Indian Priest, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.3
Archaeological Excavation at Town Creek, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.4
Temple Mound at Town Creek before Excavation, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.5
Warrenton Female College, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.6
Archibald Henderson, 1788 (1958)
N.58.5.7
R. Gregg Cherry Hall of History Display, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.8
Interior of Opera House at Niblo's Garden, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.9
(Missing)
N.58.5.10
(Missing)
N.58.5.11
(Missing)
N.58.5.12
(Missing)
N.58.5.13
(Missing)
N.58.5.14
(Missing)
N.58.5.15
Women and Children's Fashions, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.16
Women's Costumes, Evening Dresses, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.17
Women's Costumes, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.18
Women's Fashions, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.19
Women's Costumes, Evening Dresses, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.20
Women's Costumes, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.21
Women's Costumes, Evening Dresses, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.22
Women's Evening Dresses, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.23
Children's Fashions, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.24
(Missing)
N.58.5.25
(Missing)
N.58.5.26
(Missing)
N.58.5.27
(Missing)
N.58.5.28
(Missing)
N.58.5.29
(Missing)
N.58.5.30
(Missing)
N.58.5.31
(Missing)
N.58.5.32
(Missing)
N.58.5.33
(Missing)
N.58.5.34
(Mising)
N.58.5.35
(Missing)
N.58.5.36
(Missing)
N.58.5.37
(Missing)
N.58.5.38
(Missing)
N.58.5.39
William Lee Davidson, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.39
R. Gregg Cherry, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.40
Thomas Ginnins Papers, n.d. (1958)
N.58.5.41
(Missing)
N.58.6.1
Fort Macon, Blockading Fleet, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.2
Bentonville, N. C., n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.3
Beaufort Harbor, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.4
Bogue Banks, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.5
Harper House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.6
George E. Badger, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.7
Convention of Freedmen Discussing Their Political Rights, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.8
Fort Macon, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.9
The Burnside Expedition, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.10
The Picket Leading Ships over Hatteras Bar, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.11
Surrender of Fort Macon, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.12
James C. Dobbin, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.13
D. H. Hill, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.14
N. C. Statue at Gettysburg National Park, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.15
People Fleeing before Sherman's Grand March, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.16
Cotton Team in North Carolina, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.17
The Burnside Expedition, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.18
Rebel Salt Works, Morehead City, N. C., n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.19
Rebel Ram Attacking Federal Gun Boats at Plymouth, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.20
Battle of New Bern, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.21
Wreck of the Ram Albemarle, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.22
General Steedman and Fullerton Conferring with Freemen, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.23
Freed Negroes Coming Into Our Lines, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.24
View of New Bern from Across River, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.25
Scenes at Battle of Plymouth, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.26
Civil War Canteens and Skillet, n.d., (1958)
N.58.6.27
Civil War Chain, Spurs, and Powder Horn, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.28
Civil War Spy Glass, Shell, and Sword, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.29
Confederate Seal of North Carolina, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.30
Aycock Birthplace, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.31
Marsh House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.32
Andrew Johnson Museum, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.33
James G. Martin, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.34
Plan of Charlestown, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.35
Cape Fear River and Counties, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.36
Battle of King's Mountain, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.37
Richard B. Haywood, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.38
Justice John Haywood, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.39
White Hart Lodge, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.40
Montfort Chair, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.41
Gen. Wade Hampton, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.42
General Hardee, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.43
General Braxton Bragg, n.d., (1958)
N.58.6.44
General A. P. Stewart, n.d., (1958)
N.58.6.45
Major General H. W. Slocum, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.46
Major General Jeff C. Davis, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.47
Drawing of Tryon Palace, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.48
General Joe Johnston, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.49
Captain R. A. Shotwell, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.50
General W. T. Sherman, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.51
General Williams, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.52
General Beauregard, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.53
Generals Hardee, Holmes, Longstreet, Jackson, and Polk, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.54
Bennett House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.55
Joseph Hewes, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.56
Wake County Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa Meeting, n.d. (1958)
N.58.6.57
(Missing)
N.58.7.1
Norman Larson, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.2
Loom in Hall of History, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.3
Guns, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.4
Gov. R. Gregg Cherry, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.5
Fort Caswell, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.6
Smith Island, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.7
Map of Wilmington, n.d. 1958
N.58.7.8
Fort Johnston, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.9
Amy Harper, n.d. 1958
N.58.7.10
John Harper, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.11
Surrender Terms, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.12
Papers of Lawrence Davis, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.13
Kiffin Rockwell in Uniform, n.d., (1958)
N.58.7.14
Confederate and Union Casualty List, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.15
(Missing)
N.58.7.16
(Missing)
N.58.7.17
(Missing)
N.58.7.18
Old Well at Harper House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.19
(Missing)
N.58.7.20
(Missing)
N.58.7.21
(Missing)
N.58.7.22
(Missing)
N.58.7.23
Mule and Wagon Near Hillsborough, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.24
Governor Brogden, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.25
Records Center Ceremony, n.d. (1958)
N.58.7.26
Arboretum at UNC-Chapel Hill, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.1
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.2
Old Baptist Church at Chapel Hill, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.3
Gilbert Strayhorn House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.4
Presbyterian Cemetery at Hillsborough, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.5
Hillsboro Military Academy, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.6
"Sans Souci" House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.7
Sessions House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.8
Where Regulators Were Hanged, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.9
"Burnside", Paul C. Cameron, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.10
Nash-Kollock School, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.11
Old Burwell School, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.12
Thomas Burke-Dennis Heartt House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.13
Moorefields House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.14
Nash-Hooper-Graham House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.15
Courthouse, Hillsboro, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.16
Richard M. Jones, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.17
Coat of Arms of William Pitt, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.18-19
Conveying Leaf Tobacco to Market, 1800 (1958)
N.58.9.20-21
New Hope Presybeterian Church, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.22
(Missing)
N.58.9.23
(Missing)
N.58.9.24
John Vogler House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.25
Community Store, Old Salem, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.26
Fireplace at Rainey House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.27-36
Calvin Jones House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.37-48
House in the Horsehoe, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.49
(Missing)
N.58.9.50
(Missing)
N.58.9.51
(Missing)
N.58.9.52
House in the Horseshoe with Bullet Holes, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.53
House in the Horseshoe, Exterior and Interior, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.54-80
Guns and Pistols, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.81-82
Mrs. Charles B. Aycock, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.83
Iredell House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.84
Women and Mens' Costumes, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.85
Women and Mens' Fashions, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.86
Women's Costumes, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.87
Women and Mens' Costumes, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.88
Early American Men's Costumes, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.89
Men's Costume, Early American, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.90
Ladies' Flowered Silk Dress, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.91
Women's Costumes, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.92
Women's Costumes, Early American, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.93
Virginia Lady's Dress, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.94
Twenth-Sixth Battle Flag, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.95
Thirtieth Battle Flag, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.96
Forty-Sixth State Flag, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.97
Sixty-Third Battle Flag, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.98
Fiftieth Battle Flag, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.99
Thirtieth Battle Flag, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.100
Headquarters Flag fir Barringer's Brigade, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.101
Thirty-fifth Regiment Battle Flag, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.102
(Missing)
N.58.9.103
Barbara Schultz Modeling Dress in Hall of History, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.104-113
Interior of Chapel Hill Television Station, n.d. (1958)
N.58.9.114-123
Staff at Records Center, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.1-6
Staff of Archives, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.7-8
Staff of Historical Sites, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.9-11
Staff of Publications, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.12-18
Staff of Hall of History, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.19-21
Staff of Archives and History, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.22-27
Allen Kitchen, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.28
Allen Kitchen, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.29
Allen Kitchen, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.29
Allen Kitchen, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.31
Allen Kitchen, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.32
Allen Kitchen, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.33
Sir Francis Drake, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.34
Sir Richard Grenville, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.35
Queen Elizabeth, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.36
Carriage from "Wheels" by Edwin Tunis, 1824 (1958)
N.58.10.37
North Carolina Map, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.38-39
Book Display for Publications, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.40-43
Andrew Johnson House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.44-49
Calvin Jones House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.50-61
Kitchen of John Vogler House, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.62-70
Wachovia Museum in Old Salem, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.71-73
Greek Needlework and Dolls, 1957 (1958)
N.58.10.74-76
School Children Visit Hall of History Schoolroom, 1957 (1958)
N.58.10.77-81
Old Harris House near Wake Forest, 1957 (1958)
N.58.10.82-83
DeBry, Indians in Hall of History, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.84-87
St. Philip's Church at Brunswick Town, n.d. (1958)
N.58.10.88-92
Pamela Cox, New Zealand Visitor, 1955 (1958)
N.58.10.93
Tryon Palace Showing Mantle During Construction, 1956 (1958)
N.58.10.94-95
Governors Cherry and Scott at Inauguration, 1949 (1958)
N.58.10.96
Governors Gardner and McLean, n.d., (1958)
N.58.10.97-98
Gov. Broughton and Dignitaries, 1941 (1958)
N.58.10.99
Governor Cherry and Dignitaries, 1945 (1958)
N.58.10.100
Harper House at Bentonville, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.1-6
Interior Scenes at Bentonville, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.7-15
Aycock Birthplace, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.20-21
Harper House Outbuildings, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.16-19
Drawing by John Ellington for Biennial Report, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.22-23
Andrew Johnson Display, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.24-27
Isaac Shelby, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.28
Francis Marion, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.29
Horatio Gates, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.30
Banastre Tarleton, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.31
Nathanael Greene, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.32
Robert Howe, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.33
William R. Davie, n.d. (1958)
N.58.11.34
Surrender of British at Yorktown
N.58.11.35
Edmund Fanning
N.58.11.36
Charles Cornwallis
N.58.11.37
Cornwallis Headquarters
N.58.11.38
Henry Lee
N.58.11.39
Battle of King's Mountain
N.58.11.40
Otho H. Williams
N.58.11.41
The Cavalry Charge, Battle of Guilford Courthouse
N.58.11.42
Sir Henry Clinton
N.58.11.43
Bentonville Graveyard and Harper Family
N.58.11.44-51
Governor Hodges plants tree on Capital gound on birthday of Christopher Crittenden
N.58.11.52-61
Monument at Bentonville
N.58.11.62-73
Monument at Bentonville and graveyard
N.58.11.74-77
Engraving of Chowan County Courthouse
N.58.11.79
Engraving of Playmakers Theatre, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
N.58.11.80
"World's First Aeroplane Flight, December 17, 1903, by Wilber and Orville Wright" drawing
N.58.11.81
Drawing of Gov. Tryon's Palace
N.58.11.82
Drawing of William Morris's log cabin, Saluda
N.58.11.83
Drawing of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Edenton
N.58.11.84
Drawing of Philanthropic Hall, Davidson College
N.58.11.85
Drawing of Duke University Chapel
N.58.11.86
Drawing of Brother's House, Old Salem
N.58.11.87
Drawing of an early Cotton Press, Edgecombe County
N.58.11.88
Drawing of Orton Plantation
N.58.11.89
Painting of Little Betty Washington and "Aunt Mimy Carding Cotton at Mt. Vernon"
N.58.11.90-91
Augustus Washington Knox, M.D. (1849-1936)
N.58.11.92
Franklin R. Grist, Vice-Consul to Italy
N.58.11.93
Mrs. Reuben Knox holding son Augustus Washington Knox, and Little Betty
N.58.11.94
Franklin R. Grist as a young man
N.58.11.95
Franklin R. Grist, step-son of Reuben Knox
N.58.11.96
Susannah Sarah Washington Graham
N.58.11.97
Elizabeth Heritage Cobb Washington
N.58.11.98
John Washington
N.58.11.99
Dr. Reuben Knox and wife, Elizabeth Washington Knox
N.58.11.100-101
Governor William Miller
N.58.11.102-103
Governor Charles B. Aycock
N.58.11.104-105
Andrew Johnson Day Celebration, 150th Anniversary
N.58.11.106-135
Tryon Palace exterior entrance with docents on steps
N.58.11.136
Tryon Palace dining room
N.58.11.137
Tryon Palace interior East Wing
N.58.11.138
Tryon Palace, Housekeeper's Room
N.58.11.139
Map of the Battle of Bentonville
N.58.11.142-143
Dolly Madison
N.58.11.144-145
Gov. Charles Aycock, Silver Service donated by family
N.58.11.146-155
Charles B. Aycock birthplace before restoration
N.58.11.156-181
Aycock Birthplace
N.58.11.182-187
Literary and Historical Association meeting at Sir Walter Hotel and Tea at Governors Mansion
N.58.12.1-20
Betty Vaden Williams playing and singing at Literary and Historical Association meeting
N.58.12.21
Mayor Enloe, E. C. Daniel Sr., Harry Truman, Joye Jordan, Mrs. Cardow, Governor Luther Hodges, an unidentified individual, and Mrs. Sermon at Andrew Johnson House
N.58.12.22
Mayor Enloe, E. C. Daniel Sr., Harry Truman, Governor Luther Hodges at Andrew Johnson House
N.58.12.23
Harry Truman and E. C. Daniel Sr. at Andrew Johnson birthplace
N.58.12.24
Harry Truman at Andrew Johnson birthplace
N.58.12.25
Dick Sawyer and Carolyn Green
N.58.12.26
H. G. Jones
N.58.12.27
Theodosia Burr
N.58.12.28
Battle of Kinston, December 14, 1862
N.58.12.29
Freed Negroes Coming Into Our Lines at New Bern
N.58.12.30
Battle of Goldsborough, December 17, 1862
N.58.12.31
Battle of Whitehall, December 16, 1862
N.58.12.32
Battle of New Bern, March 14, 1863
N.58.12.33
Brigadier General J. G. Foster
N.58.12.34
Ruins at Fort Fisher
N.58.12.35
Fort Fisher
N.58.12.36
Assault on Fort Fisher
N.58.12.37
Tobacco Processing at plant after warehouse sale
N.58.12.38-49

10. Negatives Received in 1959, 1585 - 1959

Scene in a North Carolina forest showing tapping for Turpentine, 1855
N.59.1.1
Illustration of a Colonial Wharf, 1751
N.59.1.2
Daniel Boon Tree near Jonesboro, 1945-1950
N.59.1.3
Fishing Nets drying, Swansboro, NC, 1945-1948
N.59.1.4
"Council Oak," Quaker Meadows, where Patriot forces assembled to march against Patrick Ferguson, near Morganton, 1890
N.59.1.5
Impeachment ticket of Andrew Johnson, 1868
N.59.1.6
Map, location of wrecks of Blockade Runners, Wilmington, 1925
N.59.1.7
Scenes (displays) inside Information Center, Williamsburg, VA, 1958-1959
N.59.1.8-28
Zebulon B. Vance statue in Hall of Fame, Washington, D.C., 1958-1959
N.59.1.29-33
Charles B. Aycock statue in Hall of Fame, Washington, D.C., 1958-1959
N.59.1.34-36
Womens costumes at Colonial Williamsburg, VA, 1958-1959
N.59.1.37-55
Collision between the Steam transport Star of the South and the Peerless in the great storm of November 2, 1861, 1861
N.59.2.1
Bivouac the night after the Battle: A Scene in Ft. Bartow after the Capture of Roanoke Island, 1862
N.59.2.2
Explosion of a Cannon on board the gunboat Hetzel at Ft. Bartow, Roanoke Island, 1862
N.59.2.3
Charge of the Hawkins Zouaves on a Masked Battery near Elizabeth City, 1862
N.59.2.4
Union Naval Flotilla Cooperating with the land forces in the attack on Ft. Macon, 1862
N.59.2.5
Perilous position of the Harriet Lane, 1860-1865
N.59.2.6
Confederate Prisoners taken on Roanoke Island after the Battle, 1862
N.59.2.7
Blockade Runner Lady Davis captured off Wilmington, 1861-1865
N.59.2.8
Rescue of Marines from from foundering Steamer Governor by United State Frigate Sabine off Cape Hatteras, November 2, 1861, 1861-1865
N.59.2.9
Blockade Runner Robert E. Lee captured near Beaufort, S.C., 1861-1865
N.59.2.10
Fight at Hatteras Inlet, Gunboat Monticello commanded by Lt. Braine, 1861
N.59.2.11
Steamer Escort running the batteries on the North Carolina coast, 1861-1865
N.59.2.12
View of New Bern from opposite Bank of Neuse River, 10th Confederate Regiment awaits transportation by flagship Delaware, 1861-1865
N.59.2.13
Death of Colonel J. W. Allen, surgeon weller, and the 2nd Mate of the Ann E. Thompson near Hatteras Inlet, January 15, 1862, 1862
N.59.2.14
Bombardment of Ft. Fisher, 1883
N.59.2.15
Capture of the Forts at Hatteras Inlet: First day flat opening fire and Boats landing through Surf, 1861
N.59.2.16
Confederate Steamer Nashville running the Blockade, Beaufort, North Carolina, 1861-1865
N.59.2.17
Capture of the Fanny in Pamlico Sound, October 1, 1861, 1864
N.59.2.18
Capture of Steamer Fanny by three Confederate Steamers off Chicamonico, 1861-1865
N.59.2.19
Union Siege Works on Bogue Inland, ererected for Reduction of Ft. Macon, 1861-1865
N.59.2.20
Confederate Deserters in Mountains of North Carolina, 1861-1865
N.59.2.21
United State Fleet and Transports off Hatteras during a storm, 1861-1865
N.59.2.22
General Alfred Howe Terry, United States Army, 1861-1865
N.59.2.23
Miss Kady C. Brownell, the Heroine of New Bern, daughter of the First, Fourth, and Fifth Rhode Island Volunteers, 1861-1865
N.59.2.24
Death of O. Jennings Wise: Bringing him ashore after the Battle, 1862
N.59.2.25
Negotiations between Gen. Sherman and Johnson at James Bennett's house, and Gen. Kilpatrick, Gen. Hampton and staff discusing Campaign, April 18, 1865, 1865
N.59.2.26
Bombardment of Ft. Hatteras, Pamlico Sound, August 29, 1861, by Federal fleet under Commodore Stringham, 1861
N.59.2.27
Interior of Ft. Hatteras after the Bombardment, 1861-1865
N.59.2.28
General Schofield's Army on its March toward Goldsboro and Confederate Works in Rear of Wilmington, 1861-1865
N.59.2.29
Rear Admiral Silas H. Stringham, 1861-1865
N.59.2.30
Battle of Kinston, March 8, 1865, 1865
N.59.2.31
Final and Triumphant assault on Ft. Fisher near Wilmington, NC on evening of January 15, 1865, 1893
N.59.2.32
Sir Walter Raleigh's History of the World, 1614
N.59.2.33-35
Obstructions placed by the Rebels in Croatan Sound; Sunken Vessel and Chevaux de Friese, 1862
N.59.2.36
A Plan of Camp and Battle of Alamance, 1771
N.59.2.37
Confederate Armored Gunboat Neuse sunken at Kinston in 1865, 1865
N.59.2.38
Illustration of "Blandwood," the Residence of Governor Morehead, Greensboro
N.59.2.39
Battle of Alamance, 1959
N.59.2.41-42
Womens Fashions (illustrations)
N.59.2.43-46
Photographers making Photographs of Mountain Scene
N.59.2.47-48
Battle of Alamance oil painting (copy) by Robert and Margaret Thompson, 1959
N.59.2.49-50
Bingham School for Boys, near Mebane, 1959
N.59.2.51-52
Capture of Ft. Fisher, 1890
N.59.2.53
Sir Walter Cabinet drawing by John Ellington, 1959
N.59.2.54
Dr. William Calvin Tompkins (1819-1895) of Webster, NC, c. 1865-1870
N.59.2.55
Dolly Madison
N.59.2.56
Drawing of Alamance Battleground by John Ellington
N.59.2.57-58
Carolyn Green, Archives staff member, 1959
N.59.2.59
Mt. Mitchell State Park Monument after Dynamite, 1915
N.59.2.62
Old Monument before dynamite, Mt. Mitchell State Park, c. 1900-1915
N.59.2.63
Logging Road, Mt. Mitchell State Park, 1915
N.59.2.64
Rev. Elisha Mitchell
N.59.2.65
Big Tom Wilson and wife in later years, c. 1900
N.59.2.66
Professor Arnold Guyot, 1867
N.59.2.67
Unidentified Graduating Class, c. 1880-1890
N.59.2.68
Education Building, Raleigh, c. 1952
N.59.2.69-71
Education Building, Raleigh (copy of N.53.15.382), 1938
N.59.2.72
Restoration at Charles B. Aycock birthplace, 1959
N.59.2.73-78
Old Brunswick Town showing also views of Ft. Anderson, 1959
N.59.2.79-96
Old Eaton House, Northampton or Halifax County, on Roanoke River
N.59.2.97
Map of Alamance Battleground showing Tryon's Camp
N.59.2.98
Capitol Square showing corner, 1884
N.59.2.99-100
Mannequins and Barbara Schultz in Work Room, 1959
N.59.2.101-102
Gov. Charles B. Aycock, c. 1912
N.59.2.103-104
Kitchen and Slave Quarters at Harper House, Bentonville, 1959
N.59.3.1-3
Charles B. Aycock birthplace restoration, 1959
N.59.3.4-7
Capt. E. Fletcher Satterfield, Company H, killed at Gettysburg, PA, July 3, 1863
N.59.3.8
Major Charles P. Bolles, 1884
N.59.3.9
James K.Polk and Polk Birthplace, Mecklenburg County
N.59.3.10-12
Sam Tarlton, 1959
N.59.3.13
Phi Beta Kappa meeting, 1959
N.59.3.14-18
Birthplace of Gov. Charles B. Aycock, 1959
N.59.3.19-25
Meeting of Sir Walter Cabinet in Hall of History, April 14, 1959, 1959
N.59.4.1-7
Large bunch of old tape from one book in Archives, 1959
N.59.4.8-11
David L. Corbitt and Julia Meconnaley, 1959
N.59.4.12-13
Statue of George Washington in Hall of History, 1959
N.59.4.14-17
Hershal V. Rose of Smithfield, Archives and History board member and Johnston County clerk of court, c. 1959
N.59.5.1-2
Etching of Joel Lane House, Raleigh, 1950
N.59.5.3
St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Bath (copy of N.53.15.1973)
N.59.5.4
Map Showing location of Eden House, 1729
N.59.5.5
Seal of Confederacy, 1861-1865
N.59.5.6-7
Alamance Battleground, 1959
N.59.5.8-27
Statue of the "Boy with the Leaking Boat," Fresno, CA, 1959
N.59.5.28-29
"Dram Tree," Wilmington, 1910
N.59.5.30-31
John White's drawing of Indian Village Secoton, 1585-1593
N.59.5.32
John White's drawing of Indians boiling food, 1585-1593
N.59.5.33
John White's drawing of Indian, Idol Kiwala, 1585-1593
N.59.5.34
John White's drawing of Indians around the fire, 1585-1593
N.59.5.35
John White's drawing of Indians maknig a canoe, 1585-1593
N.59.5.36
John White's drawing of Indians boiling fish, 1585-1593
N.59.5.37
John White's drawing of Indians in winter clothes, 1585-1593
N.59.5.38
John White's drawing of Indian Sorcerer, 1585-1593
N.59.5.39
Gov. Charles B. Aycock birthplace, 1959
N.59.5.40-61
Robert Potter of Granville County, U.S. Navy midshipman, attorney, state legislator and United States congressman, 1815-1821
N.59.5.62-63
James Bennett House, where Johnson Surrendered to Sherman, 1865
N.59.5.69-70
Alamance Battleground, 1959
N.59.7.1-35
Painting of Willie Jones (copy)
N.59.7.36-37
Sword and Scabbard with jeweled hilt and highly engraved plate (1848) presented by 1st N.C. Regiment in Mexican War to Maj. Montford S. Stokes, 1959
N.59.7.38-39
Sword and Scabbard of Major Richard Caswell Gatlin, Mexican War, 1959
N.59.7.40-41
Sword and Scabbard of Capt. George E. B. Singletary of 1st North Carolina Volunteers, Mexican War, 1959
N.59.7.42-43
Dress Coat and hat of Major William H. Polk, 3rd Regiment United State Dragoons, Mexican War, 1959
N.59.7.44-47
Dress chapeau of Santa Anna captured by Major William H. Polk, Mexican War, 1959
N.59.7.48-49
Mexican Flag captured in 1847 by Lt. William B. Bate, 1959
N.59.7.50-53
Silver spurs made in Tarboro in 1847 presented by the ladies to Capt. Lewis D. Wilson, 1st NC Regiment, 1959
N.59.7.54-55
Sash worn during Mexican War by Lt. Cochran and during Civil War by his son, Capt. J. M. Cochran, 1959
N.59.7.56-57
Percussion pistol, United State Army model, 1842, used during Mexican War and Civil War by Cavalry, 1959
N.59.7.58-59
Gold Epaulettes of Major Richard Caswell Gatlin, 7th Regiment, U.S. Army, 1959
N.59.7.60-61
Joseph Montfort
N.59.7.64
William H. Polk
N.59.7.65
Lithograph of engraving of Zachary Taylor (copy), 1924-1928
N.59.7.66
"Man Smoking Pipe," painting (copy) by Mary Lyde Hicks Williams, 1890-1910
N.59.7.67-68
Sword of William H. Polk, Mexican War, 1959
N.59.7.71-72
Henry Clay Oak Tree and Marker, with Andrews-Duncan House in background, Raleigh
N.59.7.73-75
James Bennett House interior, 1865
N.59.7.76
General Kilpatrick discussing the North Carolina campaign with Gen. Wade Hampton at the James Bennett House on April 18, 1865, 1865
N.59.7.77
Liberty Bell in Museum of Natural History, 1959
N.59.7.78-79
Charles Eden House Marker, near Edenton, 1949
N.59.7.80
Moore's Creek Visitor Center dedication, 1959
N.59.7.81-92
Opening tea at the exhibit on Mary Lyde Hicks Williams paintings of African-American life, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.7.93-98
Jim Wynn and Dinah Gray, with horse, Ocracoke, 1959
N.59.7.99-110
Statement of Donald MacDonald (copied from PC 721), 1776
N.59.7.111-112
Copies of German language records from Pilgrim Church, Lexington
N.59.7.113-114
Emancipation Papers (copies)
N.59.7.115-118
Scene in a Chapel at Vaux, France, 1918, showing ambulance company attached to the 80th Division, 1918
N.59.7.119-120
North Carolina State Flag from atop the Capitol, 1959
N.59.7.123-124
Flag with 48 stars on top of State Capitol, 1959
N.59.7.125
View of Raleigh from atop the Capitol looking West, 1959
N.59.7.126
Highway Building from atop the Capitol looking East, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.127
Justice Building from top of Capitol looking South, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.128
400 Block of Fayetteville Street looking North, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.129-130
300 Block of North Blount Street looking North, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.131-132
Fayetteville Street from atop the State Capitol looking South, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.133-136
500 Block of Fayetteville Street looking North, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.137-138
500 Block New Bern Avenue looking West, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.139-140
300 Block of Fayetteville Street, at Martin Street, looking North, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.141-142
Cadillac Company, 400 block of Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.145-146
100 Block of Martin Street looking East showing Security National Bank, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.147-148
300 Block of Hillsboro Street looking west, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.7.143-144
Map of Ft. Fisher, 1865
N.59.7.149
Zebulon B. Vance, 1877
N.59.8.1
Governor Thomas J. Jarvis (copy of N.53.15.1568)
N.59.8.3-4
Governor Daniel G. Fowle (copy of N.53.15.1601)
N.59.8.5-6
Fayetteville Street showing old Tucker Building, McLellan's, Woolworth's, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.8.8-11
Fayetteville Street showing top of the Old Tucker Building, and new parking building Martin Street, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.8.12-15
Fayetteville Street showing Wake County Courthouse, Post Office, Tucker Building, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.8.16-19
Map showing a section of Raleigh from Capitol to Rock Quarry Road, 1959
N.59.8.20-21
Bennett House
N.59.8.22-23
General Louis D. Wilson (1789-1847)
N.59.8.24-25
David L. Swain (copy of N.53.15.655)
N.59.8.26
Colonel Montford Sidney Stokes
N.59.8.27-28
Lt. Col. James T. Adams, 26th Regiment, N.C. State Troops, c. 1861-1865; 1900-1915
N.59.8.28-29
Drawing of the train, Tornado, drawn by Sam Townsend for the Raleigh Room
N.59.8.30-31
Moore's Creek Bridge Visitor Center, 1959
N.59.8.32-36
Map of Bertie County (copy), 1877
N.59.8.37
Seals of Southern States, 1959
N.59.8.38-39
Plan of the Albemarle, 1895-1914
N.59.8.40-41
Barbara Schultz in Storage Room, First Floor, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.42-43
School children in 1890-1910 Reconstruction Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.44-45
Sue Ridge in Demonstration Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.46-47
Three children looking at exhibits in Portrait Gallery and School Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.48-49
Boy and Girl looking at portraits by Mary Lyde Hicks Williams, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.50-51
Arrowhead Development, Roanoke Island Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.52
Canova Statue of George Washington in Raleigh Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.53-54
Josephus Daniels Junior High School, showing Jane Howard, Dick Andrews, Norman Larson, 1959
N.59.8.55-58
Billy Lowry in Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.59
Presentation of Taped Recorded Interviews of Old People, showing Joye E. Jordan, Nevin J. Rice, Dick Walser, Gov. Luther Hodges, Donald McDonald, Dr. C. C. Crittenden, 1959
N.59.8.60
Dr. C. C. Crittenden and Billy Lowry looking at old gun and desk, 1959
N.59.8.61-62
Presentation of Tapes showing Gov. Luther Hodges and Billy Lowry, 1959
N.59.8.63-64
Billy Lowry, 99 years old, Pembroke Indians in Front Exhibit, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.65
Presentation ceremony of tape recorded interviews showing Nevin J. Rice, Gov. Luther Hodges, Dr. Dovenmehle, David Marne, Bill Powell, W. C. Carson, Dick Walser, Mrs. Earnest Branch, Donald McDonald, Norman Larson, Mrs. Taft Bass, Billy Lowry, 1959
N.59.8.66-71
Dipping Candles, 1850
N.59.8.72
Country Well
N.59.8.73
Victorian Kitchen
N.59.8.74
Kitchen of 1833
N.59.8.75
Kitchen of 1860
N.59.8.76
Safe, or Pie Cupboard
N.59.8.77
The Plantation Porch
N.59.8.78
Bedroom of Herbert Hoover birthplace, West Branch, Iowa
N.59.8.79
Roanoke Island Colonial and Revolutionary Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.80-82
Store Room in Basement showing Barbara Schultz, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.83-84
Roanoke Island Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.85-86
Portrait Gallery showing Jo Robertson, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.87-88
Tool Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.89
Crystal or glassware and china from Blount Collection, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.90-91
Kitchen-Living Roomn of Herbert Hoover birthplace
N.59.8.92
Erwin Holt Kitchen, 2 miles east of Alamance Battleground, 1959
N.59.8.93-104
Cradle in Blount Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.105-106
Mantle in Blount Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.107-108
Chair in Blount Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.109-110
Chippendale Arm Chair in Blount Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.111-112
Table, Samovar, and Coffee Pot in Blount Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.113-114
Table or Wash Stand in Blount Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.115-116
Grandfather Clock in Blount Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.8.117
Dutch Plow, 200 years old, front of Wyatt's, Wilmington Street, Raleigh, 1959
N.59.8.118-120
Grave of Andrew Johnson's father, 1959
N.59.8.121-123
Sue Ridge, 1959
N.59.9.1-4
Maude Moore Latham
N.59.9.5-8
Indians Catching Fish (copy of N.53.15.4824)
N.59.9.9-10
Indians Fishing
N.59.9.11-12
State Capitol, c. 1953-1959
N.59.9.13-14
William Paul Roberts, Confederate officer and State Legislator
N.59.9.15-16
Map of Bertie County, First District
N.59.9.17-18
Map of Bertie County, Division A, District I
N.59.9.19-20
Early United States flag, c. 1781-1790, 1959
N.59.9.21-22
Early United States flag with Sue Ridge, 1959
N.59.9.23-24
Archives and History Executive Board at Sir Walter Hotel, 1959
N.59.9.25-28
Architectural Drawing of Alamance Battleground Visitor Center
N.59.9.29-30
Chest of Drawers
N.59.9.31-32
Portrait Gallery, School Room, and Colonial and Revolutionary Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.9.33-50
House in the Horseshoe (Alston House) Fence Rail, Bullet Holes in front and back doors, 1959
N.59.9.50A-52
Dedication of the Governor Charles B. Aycock birthplace, Fremont, 1959
N.59.10.1-18
Edwin Gill at the dedication of the Charles B. Aycock birthplace, Fremont, 1959
N.59.10.19
Dr. E. Y. Joyner at dedication of the Charles B. Aycock birthplace, Fremont, 1959
N.59.10.20
Dr. Charles Carroll, Department of Education, at dedication of the Aybock birthplace, Fremont, 1959
N.59.10.21
Charles B. Aycock's grandson of Kinston at dedication of the Aybock birthplace, 1959
N.59.10.22
Dr. David J. Rose of Goldsboro at dedication of the Aycock birthplace, 1959
N.59.10.23
Dr. Chris Crittenden at Aycock birthplace dedication, 1959
N.59.10.24
Exteriors of the Charles B. Aycock birthplace, 1959
N.59.10.25-26
Bessie Mordecai and Rosa G. Hill, first graduates of the Rex School of Nursing, Raleigh
N.59.10.57-58
Retirement farewell tea party for Mrs. Meconnahey, Archives and History employee,1959
N.59.10-59-67
"Milk Churning" and "The Laborer's Refreshment," paintings (copies) by Mary Lyde Hicks Williams, 1890-1910
N.59.10.68-69
Hinsdale House, Hillsboro Street, Raleigh, 1955
N.59.10.70-71
Small chest of drawers at Antique Shop, Wilson, [possibly purchased for Aycock birthplace], 1959
N.59.10.72-74
Portrait gallery exhibit of paintings by Mary Lydia Hicks Williams, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.10.75-86
Exhibit of Gourds, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.10.87
Andrew Johnson exhibit, Raleigh Room, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.10.88-91
Exhibit on Organized Nursing in North Carolina, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.10.92
Judith Barham, Wendell student at Rex School of Nursing, and Edna L. Heinzuling of Statesville, former president of the N.C. Nurses Association, at Nurses exhibit, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.10.94-95
Junior Historians display featuring Tryon Palace at Hall of History, 1959
N.59.11.1-3
Five generations of African-Americans near Asheville
N.59.11.4
Balsam Circle on Clingman's Peak, near Mt. Mitchell, c. 1914-1916
N.59.11.5
Fairfield Inn viewed from the top of Mt. Toxaway, c. 1902
N.59.11.6
Esmeralda Inn, Hickory Nut Gap, c. 1901
N.59.11.7
Fishing in the Toxaway River, c.1900-1920
N.59.11.8
Lake Sapphire, near Sapphire, N.C., c. 1900-1910
N.59.11.9
Lake Fairfield and Fairfield Inn, Sapphire, N.C., c. 1902
N.59.11.10
Lake Toxaway and Inn, 1903
N.59.11.11
French Broad River, one mile below Asheville, on Strawberry Hill, c. 1900-1910
N.59.11.12
Mountain Home, c. 1900-1920
N.59.11.13
J. D. de Roulhac Hamilton, 1959
N.59.11.14-17
Col. Leonidas L. Polk, c. 1870-1880; 1945-1949
N.59.11.18
Edwin M. Holt, 1900
N.59.11.19
R. D. W. Connor, c. 1910
N.59.11.20
North Carolina Monument marking the McCamie cabin site, birthplace of Andrew Jackson, 1959
N.59.12.1-2
South Carolina marker for Andrew Jackson's birthplace, 1959
N.59.12.3-5
South Carolina Highway marker to Birthplace of Andrew Jackson, 1959
N.59.12.6
Directional Marker in South Carolina to Andrew Jackson's birthplace, 1959
N.59.12.7
Lost Colony Site at Manteo and marker, 1949
N.59.12.9-13
St. Paul's Episcopal Church and graves in churchyard, Edenton, 1959
N.59.12.14-16
Rearview of Orange County Courthouse, Hillsboro, 1953
N.59.12.17-18
Lancaster County, S.C. Courthouse, 1947
N.59.12.19-20
Old-time Christmas Tree and toys, Hall of History, 1959
N.59.12.21-43
Portrait (copy) of Gov. Luther Hodges, 1959
N.59.12.44-53
Culture Week, N.C. Literary and Historical Association, 1959
N.59.12.54-89
Men and dogs after a hunt, with quail, rabbitts, turkeys, 1900-1906
N.59.12.90
Confederate Memorial from Capitol Square (badly damaged copy)
N.59.12.91
Lt. John Julius Guthrie, commander of the blockade runner Advance, 1860
N.59.12.92
Private Andrew J. Daniel, Greene County, Co. E., 61st Regiment, N.C. State Troops, 1861-1865
N.59.12.93
John Haywood (or William Walker), 1870
N.59.12.94
Lt. Charles B. Cook, Co. H, 1st N.C. Volunteers, 1861
N.59.12.95
Edward M. Yarborough, building of the Yarborough House, Raleigh, 1850-1862
N.59.12.96
John Brodie, 1856
N.59.12.97
W. J. L. Millar, c. 1865-1870
N.59.12.98
William Hamilton Overman, 2nd Regiment, N.C. State Troops, 1862
N.59.12.99
Stephen D. Ramseur, 1861-1854
N.59.12.100
John Lawson Wrenn, 1861-1865
N.59.12.101
Lt. Quentin Busbee, 14th Regiment, N.C. State Troops, 1860-1865
N.59.12.102
Capt. James I. Waddell and Capt. James Crosby, United State Navy, 1850-1860
N.59.12.103
Unidentified Woman, c. 1870
N.59.12.104
Sam Tarlton and Dr. Chris Crittenden at Moore's Creek opening, 1959
N.59.12.105
Moore's Creek Battleground Visitor Center opening, 1959
N.59.12.106
Col. Hugh Dortch and Dr. Chris Critteden at opening of Moore's Creek visitory center, 1959
N.59.12.107
Display of Broadsword and Musket, Moore's Creek visitor center opening, 1959
N.59.12.108
Visitor Center at Moore's Creek Battleground opening, 1959
N.59.12.109
Moore's Creek Campaign displays at opening of the Moore's Creek Visitor Center, 1959
N.59.12.110-111
"The Boundary Tree," a pine tree felled in 1928 marking the point on the dividing line between North and South Carolina, 1928
N.59.12.112
"Bothered," characterization of two dogs, 1872
N.59.12.113
Elizabethan Pinnace from Lant's Funeral Procession, engraving of funeral procession of Sir Phillip Sidney
N.59.12.114
Dinner Party for William Jennings Bryan, 1890-1910
N.59.12.115
St. Philips Episcopal Church, Brunswick Town, 1937
N.59.12.116
Satin badge worn at reception in Fayetteville for the Marquis de Lafayette
N.59.12.117
Visitors of East Carolina Training School to Raleigh, 1917
N.59.12.118
Alexander Jefferson Kilpatrick with his mother, 1856-1858
N.59.12.119
Mary Lovick Kilpatrick
N.59.12.120
Unidentified Man, c. 1850-1870
N.59.12.121
Unidentified Woman and Girl, probably from Iredell County, c. 1850-1870; 1900
N.59.12.122
Unidentified Man Wearing Confederate Uniform, 1861-1865
N.59.12.123
Private George W. Hahn (or Haun), 32nd Regiment, N.C. State Troops, antebellum teacher from Catawba County, 1861-1865
N.59.12.124
2nd Lt. Charles Betts Cooke, Co. H, 1st N.C. Regiment, 1861
N.59.12.125
Edward Dickinson, 71st Regiment, Junior Reserves, N.C. Troops, 1861-1865
N.59.12.126
Unidentified Man, 1850-1860
N.59.12.127

11. Negatives Received in 1960, 1720 - 1960

Illicit Distillation of Liquors: How the article is carried to the Southern market, 1867
N.60.1.3
Illicit Distillation of Liquor: Southern Mode of Making Whiskey, 1867
N.60.1.4
Bennett House and letter from William T. Sherman, n.d.; 1888
N.60.2.1-3
Old newspapers from the State Archives and H. G. Jones, Mr. Britt, Mike and Cecil with microfilm camera, 1960
N.60.2.4-7
School Children in old classroom, Buffaloe, New York
N.60.2.8
Walter Hines Page, c. 1918
N.60.2.9-12
Reginald A. Fessenden, c. 1930
N.60.2.13-14
The "Tally Ho," a bus used by John Joseph Bridges to transport children to school in Wake County, c. 1910-1919
N.60.2.15
"The Groves," home of Willie Jones, Halifax, 1941
N.60.2.16
Conetoe Rural School building, 1890-1910
N.60.2.17
Archives Record Center stacks, 1960
N.60.2.18-20
Janet Quinlan Crittenden, c. 1960
N.60.2.21-22
Historical Publications Office, William A. Graham Papers nad John Gray Blount Papers, 1960
N.60.2.23-24
Francis Lister Hawks, 1870-1890
N.60.2.25
Nathan Bedford Forest, 1861-1865; 1890-1910
N.60.2.26
Capt. Johnston Blakeley (copy of N.53.15.1494), 1800-1810
N.60.2.27
Archives and History Christmas Party, 1959
N.60.2.38-60
African American homes, Bath, N.C., 1960
N.60.2.61
Old Wharf or fishing pier for boats, Bath, N.C., 1960
N.60.2.62
Gen. Bryan Grimes House, Grimesland, N.C., 1960
N.60.2.63-64
Bonner House, Bath, N.C., 1960
N.60.2.65-66
Wilton Smith House, Bath, N.C., 1960
N.60.2.67-69
St. Thomas Episcopal Church and historical marker, Bath, N.C., 1960
N.60.2.70-74
Palmer-Marsh House, Bath, N.C., 1960
N.60.2.75-92
Drawing of pirate by John Ellington, 1960
N.60.3.1
Drawing of pirate by John Ellington, 1960
N.60.3.3
The Hideous Face of Blackbeard loomed up from the Smoke
N.60.3.4
Blackbeard's Head hanging from a bowsprit
N.60.3.5
Blackbeard killed in a fight with Lt. Maynard
N.60.3.6
Blackbeard the Pirate
N.60.3.7
Sinking of a Merchant Ship
N.60.3.8
Mutiny on Board the Vineyard
N.60.3.9
Anne Bonny and Mary Read, female pirates
N.60.3.10
Ships in Storm, a wrecked pirate ship captured, ransacked, abandoned
N.60.3.11
Pirates boarding two bucanneer ships
N.60.3.12
A Wounded Spaniard shot by one of Capt. Low's crew
N.60.3.13
The Execution of Major Stede Bonnet
N.60.3.14
A Spanish Galleon drawing by John Ellington
N.60.3.15
A Brigantine Ship drawing by John Ellington
N.60.3.16
A Three-Masted Sloop drawing by John Ellington
N.60.3.17
View of "Bloody Lane," Antietam and South Mountain Battlefields, 1900
N.60.3.18
East Main Street, Sharpsburg, Maryland, 1900
N.60.3.19
Jamestown, Virginia
N.60.3.20-40
Battle of Black River, near Averasboro, 1865
N.60.3.41
"White Plains," Nathaniel Jones House, Cary, NC, 1925
N.60.3.42
Seth Jones House, near Rolesville, NC
N.60.3.43
Advertisement for a Four Horse Post Coach from Asheville to Morganton, 1831
N.60.3.44-45
Map of Wachovia with some additional surveys, 1766
N.60.3.46
Parts of the "Travel Diary," of Brother Joseph, 1752
N.60.3.47
August Gottlieb Spangenberg, 1792
N.60.3.48
Map of Salem, 1783
N.60.3.49
Count Nicholas Louis Von Zinzendorf, c. 1720-1730
N.60.3.50
Dr. C. C. Crittenden and Al Honecutt with old guns, 1960
N.60.3.51-56
Junius Daniel, James W. Tracy, William A. Johnston, 14th Regiment, NC Troops, 1861-1865
N.60.3.57
Capt. J. W. Cooke, 1861-1865; 1900-1910
N.60.3.58
Ecce Homo (Behold the Man), painting showing the head of Jesus Christ in St. James Episcopal Church, Wilmington, NC, 1960
N.60.3.59
Section of Map of Brunswick Town, 1769
N.60.3.60
John F. Hoke, R. D. Johnston, D. H. Christie, C. C. Blacknall, J. W. Leak, E. J. Christian, 23rd Regiment, NC Troops, 1861-1865
N.60.3.61
Admiral David D. Porter, 1861-1865
N.60.3.62
General A. E. Burnside, 1861-1865
N.60.3.63
Dead Civil War Soldier, 1861-1865
N.60.3.64
General Benjamin F. Butler
N.60.3.65
Letter from Martha Jefferson to Dolly Madison, 8 August 1780, 1780
N.60.3.66-67
Civil War Generals Richard C. Gatlin, James Lane, Thomas L. Clingman, George B. Anderson, L. O'Brien Branch, John R. Cooke,1861-1865
N.60.3.68
Fred A. Olds, 1880-1900
N.60.3.72-73
Orange and Randolph County deeds and plats, Alamance Battleground, with signatures of Herman Husband, John Barton, John Cable, and Edmund Fanning, 1764
N.60.3.75-85
Interior of St. David's Episcopal Church, Creswell, N.C., c. 1900
N.60.4.1
Pettigrew Family Cemetery at Bonarva, Lake Phelps, Tyrrell County, c. 1900
N.60.4.2
Somerset Place, Lake Phelps, Washington County, c. 1900
N.60.4.3
Somerset Place, Lake Phelps, Washington County, showing slave cabins and rear of mansion, c. 1900-1915
N.60.4.4
St. David's Episcopal Church, Creswell, Washington County, c. 1900
N.60.4.5
Harper House, Bentonville, 1960
N.60.4.6-17
Hall of History staff members, Marvin Rogers, John Ellington, Joye Jordan, Sam Townsend, Normal Larson, Madlin Futrell, Ernie Harrell, Faye Cole, Bonnie Walker, Sue Ridge, Barbara Schultz, 1960
N.60.4.18-19
Puppets display at Hall of History, 1960
N.60.4.20-22
Alamance Visitor Center Construction Site, 1960
N.60.4.23-34
William Nelson, c. 1749-1751
N.60.4.35
Elizabeth Burwell Nelson, c. 1749-1751
N.60.4.36
Mary Nelson Berkley, c. 1741-1750
N.60.4.37
Gertrude Weil, president of the NC Equal Suffrage Association; Palmer Jerman with dog; Sallie Dortch, Raleigh chairman of volunteers; and Mrs. T. Palmer Jerman, chairman of State Ratification Committee at 116 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, 1920
N.60.4.38
Harper House, Bentonville, 1960
N.60.4.39-50
Baby pictures of grandchild of Dr. C. C. Crittenden and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Griffiths, Jr., 1960
N.60.4.51-54
Kentucky Rifle made by Phillip Grose of Rutherford County, c. 1820-1850, 1960
N.60.4.55
Kentucky Rifle percussion rifle manufactured by Elias Albright and son, c. 1830-1850, 1960
N.60.4.56
Kentucky Rifle made by H. L. Groner, c. 1820-1840, 1960
N.60.4.57
U. S. Army Springfield Rifle 1903 model used by soldiers in World War I, 1960
N.60.4.58
U. S. Army M1 Rifle used by soldiers during World War II, 1960
N.60.4.59
Spencer Carbine used by United States Cavalry after 1863, 1960
N.60.4.60
Six shot muzzle load rifle, 1960
N.60.4.61
Wheel lock Harquebus, 29-inch barrel with seven grooves, 1960
N.60.4.62
Hall Rifle, 1832 model owned by Surgeon William Cramer, 1960
N.60.4.63
H. Ledford William Howell Rifle, 1960
N.60.4.64
Springfield Rifle made at Harper's Ferry Armory, c. 1855-1866, 1960
N.60.4.65
Krag Jorgenson Magazine Rifle with bayonet, c. 1896-1907, 1960
N.60.4.66
Springfield Rifle, 1884 model, 1960
N.60.4.67
Henry Repeating rifle, 1860, 1960
N.60.4.68
Musket flint lock made in London, used by Fayetteville Light Infantry, 1793, 1960
N.60.4.69
Flint and steel rifle owned by J. A. Perry, Chatham County, 1960
N.60.4.70
Percussion hunting rifle made by J. D. Ledbetter in Guilford County, c. 1820-1860, 1960
N.60.4.71
Rifle made by William Lamb and Son, Jamestown, Guilford County, c. 1830-1850, 1960
N.60.4.72
Percussion plains rifle made by Solomon Ward, Jamestown, Guilford County, c. 1850, 1960
N.60.4.73
Rifle made by Anderson Lamb, Jamestown, Guilford County, 1960
N.60.4.74
Rifle made by J. O. Whisnant of Cleveland County, 1960
N.60.4.75
Rifle made by Evan Johnson of Guilford County, 1960
N.60.4.76
Colt Pocket Revolver, 1849 model, with engraving that reads "Captured at Hanover Courthouse, Virginia from Major Lowe, 25th N.C. Volunteers, 1960
N.60.4.77
Pocket Model Colt pistol, 1960
N.60.4.78
Dueling pistols made in London, c. 1806, by F. Mortimer and Son, believed to have been used in several duels, 1960
N.60.4.79-80
Revolutionary era pistol manufactured in London, 1960
N.60.4.81
Revolutionary era pistol, unknown manufacturer, 1960
N.60.4.82
1854 Whitney pocket pistol, 1960
N.60.4.83
Dueling pistol of a son-in-law of Alexander Brevard, c. 1855, 1960
N.60.4.84
Manhattan pistol, c. 1864, 1960
N.60.4.85
Colt Navy Pistol, c. 1851 model, 1960
N.60.4.86
Whitney Navy pistol, 1854 model, 1960
N.60.4.87
Smith and Wesson pistol, 1873 model, 1960
N.60.4.88
Johnson Military pistol, 1836, 1960
N.60.4.89
Remington pistol, over and under Derringer, 1960
N.60.4.90
Smith and Wesson Army revolver No. 2, 1960
N.60.4.91
Revolver, 1960
N.60.4.92
Belgian "Cannon" pistol, 1960
N.60.4.93
U.S. Army colt pistol, c. 1860, associated with Capt. A. B. Andrews, 1960
N.60.4.94
Le Faucheux pin fire pistol, 1960
N.60.4.95
Colt Pocket Revolver, 1849 model, 1960
N.60.4.96
Frontier Colt pistol, 1878, 1960
N.60.4.97
Colt pistol, 1911 model, associated with Col. A. L. Cox, 1960
N.60.4.98
1842 Aston Military pistol used in Mexican and Civil War, 1960
N.60.4.99
Bootleg pistol, 1960
N.60.4.100
Double Action "Muff" pistol, 1960
N.60.4.101
Waters Military pistol, 1836 model, with 1850 conversion, associated with Lawrence O. Branch, 1960
N.60.4.102
Flintlock pistol, 1816 North Military associated with Jacob Johnson, 1960
N.60.4.103
Double barrel percussion pistol, 1960
N.60.4.104
Pepper box pistol from Randolph County manufactured by Allen and Thurber of Worcester, Massachusetts, 1960
N.60.4.105
Colt Revolver taken from the body of Robeson County outlaw, Tom Lowrey, 1960
N.60.4.106
Johnson Military pistol, 1836, associated with Gen. Lawrence O. Branch, 1960
N.60.4.107
Hall of History gun display of guns made in North Carolina, 1960
N.60.4.108
Sword of Samuel Blackwell Waters of New Bern, 1960
N.60.4.109
Sword of Gen. Bryan Grimes, 1960
N.60.4.110
Sword of James J. Pettigrew, 1960
N.60.4.111
Sword of Col. Henry K. Burgwyn, 1960
N.60.4.112
Sword of Col. Fred A. Olds, N.C. National Guard, 1960
N.60.4.113
Sword and scabbard of Col. John R. Lane, 26th Regiment, N.C. State Troops, 1960
N.60.4.114
Sword of Gen. Robert F. Hoke, 1960
N.60.4.115
Sword of Braxton Bragg, 1960
N.60.4.116
Sword of Gen.Matt W. Ransom, 1960
N.60.4.117
Sword of Zebulon B. Vance, 1960
N.60.4.118
Revolutionary Sword of Gen. William Skinner, 1960
N.60.4.119
Hall of History exhibit on Swords of Famous North Carolinians, 1960
N.60.4.120-121
Hall of History Gun Room "Code of Duello" exhibit, 1960
N.60.4.122-123
Hall of History Gun Room "Swamp Marauders" exhibit, 1960
N.60.4.124-125
Hall of History Gun Room "A Battle Trophy", 1960
N.60.4.126-127
Montford S. Stokes, 1861-1862
N.60.5.1
Joye E. Jordan, 1960
N.60.5.2-3
Drawing of Ft. Caswell, southeast scarp wall and moat
N.60.5.4
The Bombardment of Ft. Fisher, 1865-1880
N.60.5.5
Union Ships bombarding Ft. Fisher, 1900
N.60.5.6
Ft. Fisher front view showing palisade, 1865
N.60.5.7
Ft. Caswell, 1900-1915
N.60.5.8-9
James Sprunt and and Fred A. Olds at Ft. Fisher, 1923
N.60.5.10
Ft. Fisher, view of the mound battery apart of Sea face, 1917
N.60.5.11
Ft. Fisher, the sea face from the mound, 1917
N.60.5.12
Ft. Fisher, a combined Battery and Magazine at angle of sea and land face, 1917
N.60.5.13
Ft. Fisher mound battery, 1917
N.60.5.14
Marsh House restoration progress, Bath, 1960
N.60.5.15-37
Harper House and monument, well, graveyard, Bentonville, 1960
N.60.5.38-56
Sir George Carteret, Lord Granville
N.60.6.1
William Craven, Earl of Craven
N.60.6.2
Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of Shaftesbury
N.60.6.3
George Monch, Duke of Albemarle
N.60.6.4
Abie Upchurch
N.60.6.5