Category Archives: Finding Aids

New Collection: Lewis Family Papers, #5499

We are pleased to announce that the newly acquired Lewis Family Papers (SHC #5499) collection is open and available for research. For more about this collection, please view the finding aid. Here’s a brief summary… The Lewis family arrived in … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids update

The latest group of updated and encoded legacy finding aids has just been posted online. Some of the notable collections in this group are: Mary Farrow Credle Papers, #1853 Mary Elizabeth Farrow Credle (1881-1946) was the daughter of Wilson T. … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids update

The latest group of updated and encoded legacy finding aids has just been posted online. Some of the notable collections in this group are: Ella Noland MacKenzie Papers, #3667 Ella Noland MacKenzie of Glen Ora, near Leesburg, Loudon County, Virginia … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids update

The latest group of updated and encoded legacy finding aids has just been posted online. Some of the notable collections in this group are: Charles Lyon Chandler Papers, #3614 Charles Lyon Chandler (b. 1883) was a United States foreign service … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids update

The latest group of updated and encoded legacy finding aids has just been posted online. Some of the notable collections in this group are: Robert Briggs Watson Diary, #3844 Robert Briggs Watson (1903-1978), native of Clemson, S.C., was a physician … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids update

The latest group of updated and encoded legacy finding aids has just been posted online and includes nearly 100 finding aids. Some of the notable collections in this group are: Edward Asbury O’Neal Papers, #2631-z Edward Asbury O’Neal (1818-1890) was … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids update

Over 150 updated and encoded finding aids have just been posted online. Some of the notable collections in this group are: Robert Bingham Papers, #3731-z Robert Bingham (1838-1927) of Hillsborough, N.C., was a captain in the 44th North Carolina Regiment, … Continue reading

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Legacy finding aids update

The latest group of updated and encoded finding aids has just been posted online. Some of the notable collections in this group are: James Pleasant Mason Diary, #495 James Pleasant Mason (1827-1893) was a Baptist minister and farmer of Orange … Continue reading

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