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Joseph M. Bryan Archives

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Identifier: MSS 0106
Abstract Joseph M. Bryan (1896-1995) was an insurance executive, broadcasting pioneer, philanthropist, and important community leader in Greensboro, North Carolina.

The Joseph M. Bryan papers date from 1858 to 1995 (bulk 1900s) and contain correspondence, speeches, photographs, diplomas, publications, newspaper clippings, VHS video and assorted ephemeral items.

Margaret L. Coit Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0035
Abstract Margaret Louise Coit (1919-2003) was a historian, journalist and college professor best known for her Pulitzer Prize-winning biography, John C. Calhoun, American Portrait, published in 1950.The Margaret L. Coit Papers date from 1864 to 2003, with the majority of materials falling between 1921 and 1999. Formats include clippings, letters, manuscripts, personal notes, official documents, photographs, printed materials, diaries, ephemera, scrapbooks, and...

Richard Current Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0053
Abstract Richard Nelson Current is a widely recognized Lincoln expert and American Civil War scholar who was a University Distinguished Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro from 1966 to 1983 and also served as the Head of the Department of History and Political Science of UNCG from 1955-1960.The Richard Current Papers date from 1930 to 2003 and consist largely of his correspondence as well as manuscripts of his writings. The collection includes materials...

Mary J. Hill Collection

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Identifier: WV 0422
Abstract Mary J. Hill was a Union nurse who worked at the Fairfax Seminary Hospital in 1865, during the American Civil War.

Annie E. Johns Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0010
Abstract Annie E. Johns (1831-1889) served as a volunteer nurse during the Civil War, and earned the honorific nickname, "The Florence Nightingale of the South." She later wrote about her wartime experiences.

This collection includes correspondence, articles, poetry, and personal narratives.

Ramsey Family Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0004
Abstract The Ramsey family was a prominent family of the slave-owning class with a mansion home in Mecklenburg, Tennessee during the Civil War era.

The Ramsey Family Papers date from 1797 to 1891 and consist chiefly of correspondence, along with autobiographical and genealogical notes and a small photograph of Sue Ramsey.