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Legacy finding aids update

A new batch of updated finding aids has just been posted.  Collections comprising this group include a number of family papers: Hatch Family Papers, #2508-z Thomas Hatch (1761-1868?) resided in Orange County, N.C. The collection includes a transcription of an … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids update

Over 40 additional newly updated and edited legacy finding aids are now available.  Some of the notable collections included in this group are: Thomas Sparrow Papers, 1835-1871, #1878 Sparrow was a lawyer, North Carolina state legislator, and a Confederate officer.  … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids update

The latest group of finding aids updated and encoded during this project are now available.  For a full list of these finding aids, please click here. A few highlights from this set include: Andrew Henry Patterson Papers, #1419 In addition … Continue reading

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New batch of legacy finding aids available

A new set of legacy finding aids, or finding aids previously only available in paper format, have been posted online. Notable selections from this group include: John K. Hoyt Journal, #3436-z John K. Hoyt was a viticulturist and vintner at … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids now available online

The SHC has some exciting news for our researchers: we’ve embarked on a 3 year project funded by a grant from NC ECHO to update and make available online over 1000 finding aids currently only available in paper format. Over … Continue reading

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