Manuscripts

Andrew Joyner Jr. Collection

ca. 1717-1972. 4 boxes (ca. 600 items.)MSS. COLL. #33

NOTE: The numbers cited in parentheses, e.g. 1:5, refer the researcher to the Series#:Folder# in which that name/topic will be found.

INTRODUCTION

This is, primarily, an artificial collection of autographs and letters, with some photos and prints of a few of the related individuals.

Arrangement: The Joyner Collection is arranged into seven series: Correspondence, 1942-1972; Currency, ca. 1860s; Literary; Photographs; Printed Materials, 1907-1955; Prints; and Autographs. The bulk of the material is grouped in Series 7, the Autograph Collection.

Provenance: Many of the more valuable autographs and letters were sold at auction after Mr. Joyner’s death, after selected portions of the collection were given to the Museum. There is, however, information documenting some of these more valuable autographs (1:6) as well as the items that did come to the Museum, in the GHM Archive’s “Legal File.” The bulk of the collection came in 1972 (1972.11), but he presented several items in 1964 (1964.4) and a few additional items came in 1974 (1974.39).


SCOPE & CONTENT NOTE

The Joyner Collection, primarily an autograph collection with supplementary material, was assembled by Andrew Joyner Jr. (1894-1972) from the 1950s until his death. His interest in collecting historical manuscripts began in earnest in the 1950s, which was also the period (1956-58) when he served as President of the Greensboro Historical Museum, Inc.

The bulk of the material in this collection is grouped in Series 7, the Autograph Collection. Correspondence relating to the assembling of this autograph collection (1:1-6) is located in Series 1, the Correspondence series, and includes letters from noted dealers Charles Hamilton and Mary Benjamin (1:4).

The collection also contains a few personal items relating to or written by Joyner and dealing with historical topics, including: correspondence with La Nora Board (1:7), Katherine Hoskins (1:11), and John R. Peacock of the High Point Rotary Club (1:14); various writings on Guilford County history (Series 3), and one on the 1910 Greensboro High School Class (3:1); there are also several programs he collected, including for a 1940 Senior High School play (5:9), the dedication of Joyner Library at East Carolina College (5:10), and the Dedication Ceremonies (5:12) at the opening of the U.S. Post Office in Greensboro on July 6, 1933 .

In addition to the autographs and images, Joyner also collected some interesting printed material, including: a 1949 U.S. Senate Chamber Pass (5:1); pamphlet for a banquet given to William J. Bryan in Greensboro in 1907 (5:3); a World War I pamphlet, “Help Wilson Win The War” (5:4); and a William B. Umstead for Governor pamphlet (5:7).


BIOGRAPHICAL CHRONOLOGY

1894 — Born in Greenville, N.C.
1903 — Moved from Winston-Salem to Greensboro with family
1912 — Graduated from UNC Chapel Hill
1912 — Reporter, Greensboro Daily News
1917 — Married Miss Pearle Ashworth (daughter of Dr. & Mrs. W. C. Ashworth, of Greensboro)
1918 — World War I, U.S. Navy (dates uncertain)
1922 — Deputy Clerk, Guilford Superior Court
1923 — Obtained law license, after graduating from UNC Law School
1924 — Chairman, Guilford County Democratic Executive Committee [until 1926]
1923 — Attorney at Law, Greensboro
1927 — City of Greensboro Attorney (September 1)
1927 — President, Greensboro Civitan Club
1932 — City Manager, Greensboro (June 1) [Resigned, November 1937]
1934 — President, N.C. League of Municipalities
1937 — President, American Municipal Association
1937 — General Manager, Greensboro News Co. (resigned, 1940)
1940 — Attorney at Law, Greensboro
1943 — World War II, U.S. Navy, Intelligence Division (dates uncertain)
1956 — President, Greensboro Historical Museum, Inc. (to 1958)
1972 — Dies in Greensboro (January 14)


FOLDER LISTING

SeriesFolderContents 
11Correspondence-- re. Autograph Collection (1955-61)
2-- re. Autograph Collection (1954-55)
3-- re. Autograph Collection (1942-70)
4-- re. Autograph Collection (1955-62)
* Benjamin, Mary; Hamilton, Charles
5Correspondence-- Autograph Collection (1955-67)
6-- Autograph Collection -- Appraisals (1970-72)
7-- Board, La Nora (Mrs. M.O. Board; 1958)
* Greensboro, United Daughters of the Confederacy Chapter
8-- Broadfoot, Winston (1957)
9Correspondence-- Cherry, Governor R. Gregg (1947)
10-- Chicago Historical Society (1958)
11-- Hoskins, Katherine (1957)
12-- Joyner, J.Y. (1951)
13Correspondence-- Moore, Governor Dan K. (1968-70)
14-- Peacock, John R. (1957-58)
* High Point Rotary Club; N.C. Civil War Round Table
15-- Rickenbacker, Eddie (1965)
16-- Wood, Dr. George T. (1958)
21Currency-- Miscellaneous (1860s)
31Literary-- "Class Prophecy of Class of 1910, Greensboro High School" (by Andrew Joyner)
2-- "Guilford County" (by Andrew Joyner)
3-- "Guilford County & the Confederacy " (by Andrew Joyner)
4-- "Guilford County in the Civil War," March 1958 (by Andrew Joyner)
41Photographs-- Adams, Abigail (1744-1818) -- Dress
2-- Aviation
3-- Corrigan, Douglas ("Wrong Way," on platform with WBIG microphone)
4-- Gorrell, Ralph -- House (in Greensboro)
5Photographs-- Grant, Ulysses Simpson (1822-1885)
6-- Hodges, Governor Luther (color image)
7-- Lindbergh, Charles A., et. al., October 14, 1927
* At Lindley Field with Gov. A.W. McLean, J.A. Rankin, and E.B. Jeffress (signed by all)
8-- McKinley, William (1843-1901) [Cabinet Card]
9Photographs-- Old Mill, Rt. 421 (Guilford County)
10-- Parker, Samuel
11-- Photographic History of the Civil War
* Promotional plates (?)
12-- Preddy, Major George E.
13Photographs-- Presidents of the United States (George Washington - Andrew Johnson; copy photo)
14-- Price, Julian
15-- Stevenson, Adlai
16-- Washington, Martha (1732-1802) -- Dress
51Printed-- Card -- U.S. Senate Chamber Pass, 1949 (signed by Clyde R. Hoey)
2-- Certificates (1943)
3-- Pamphlets -- Bryan, William Jennings (Banquet, Guilford Democrats, October 16, 1907)
4-- Pamphlets -- "Help Wilson Win the War" (1918)
* State Democratic Executive Committee
5Printed-- Pamphlets -- "Sad Saga of a Salmon Slayer," Herman Cone (signed by Cone)
6-- Pamphlets -- "The Tale of Two Cities" re: Greensboro & High Point, ca. 1920s (satire)
7-- Pamphlets -- Umstead, William B. (" ... Candidate For Governor ...")
8-- Pamphlets -- "University of N.C./ The Students' Army Training Corps of the U./S. Army" (1918)
9Printed-- Programs -- "The Dream of a Clown" [High School Auditorium, Greensboro, December 1940]
10-- Programs -- Joyner Library, East Carolina College (1955) [Dedication program]
11-- Programs -- News-Record Banquet, December 21, 1939 (paper carriers banquet)
12-- Programs -- U.S. Post Office, Dedication Ceremonies/Greensboro, N.C./ July 6, 1933
* E.B. Jeffress; James A. Farley; James Joyner
13Printed-- Programs -- Washington Day Dinner, February 21, 1942 [Cover includes American Flag, in color]
14-- Programs -- Rucker, Pierce (misc. writings)
61Prints-- Buchanan, James (1791-1868) [Copy photo of print from Library of Congress]
2-- Davis, Jefferson & His Cabinet [Copy photo of print from Library of Congress]
3-- Davis, Jefferson. Inauguration, February 18, 1861 [Copy photo of print from Library of Congress]
4-- Fillmore, Millard (1800-74) [Copy photo of print from Library of Congress]
5Prints-- Graham, Governor William A. (1804-1875) [Original, A.H. Ritchie, engraver]
6-- Grant, Ulysses Simpson (1822-85) & Family [Copy]
7-- Harrison, Gen. Benjamin (1833-1901) [Copy photo of print from Library of Congress]
8-- Harrison, William Henry (1773-1841) [Original, 1861 Johnson, Fry & Co., N.Y., engravers]
9Prints-- Madison, Dolly Payne (1768-1849) [Original, J.F.E. Prudhomme, engraver]
10-- Monroe, James (1758-1831) [Original engraving]
11-- Morehead, John Motley (1796-1866) [Copy photo]
12-- Pierce, Franklin (1804-1869) [Copy photo of print from Library of Congress]
13Prints-- Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth (1746-1825) [Original engraving from painting by Chappel. Published by Johnson, Fry & Co., N.Y., 1862]
14-- Spaight, Richard Dobbs (1758-1802) [Original print from 1857 etching by Albert Rosenthal, Philadelphia]
15-- Taylor, Zachary (1784-1850) [Original, T.B. Welch, Philadelphia, engraver]
16-- U.S. Presidents [Copies/cut-outs from magazines]
17Prints-- Van Buren, Martin (1782-1862) & Charles F. Adams (1807-1886) [Copy photo of print from Library of Congress]


SERIES 7 – AUTOGRAPH COLLECTION

The abbreviations used for type of document are defined as follows: ADS = Autograph Document Signed (a handwritten document); ALS = Autograph Letter Signed; ANS = Autograph Note Signed; D = Document; DS = Document Signed; PS = Photograph Signed; TDS = Typed Document Signed; TLS = Typed Letter Signed

Acc. No.TypeAutograph/Contents
1966.4.1TLSRep. Joseph Canon to William P. Bynum, January 22, 1909
1966.4.2TLSOrville Wright to Horace Green, October 25, 1934
1966.4.16PhotoEddie Rickenbacker, in front of French Spac (bi-plane)
1966.4.21TDSEddie Rickenbacker. "Tribute to Wright Brothers," 6/9/1965
1966.4.22TLSEddie Rickenbacker to Andrew Joyner, June 9, 1965
1973.11.1AADSWilliam Henry Harrison, August 2, 1796
1973.11.2DSThomas Jefferson & James Madison, August 30, 1805
1973.11.3DSJames Madison, May 30, 1809
1973.11.4DSJames Madison (check), January 2, 1814
1973.11.5DSJames Madison (check), January 2, 1814
1973.11.6DSJames Madison to James Monroe, January 21, 1814
1973.11.7ADSJames Monroe (check), May 31, 1824
1973.11.8ALSJames Madison to "Dear Sir," November 14, 1826
1973.11.9ALSAndrew Jackson to Col. Maunsell White, December 17, 1827
1973.11.10DSAndrew Jackson, "The U.S. of America...," December 1, 1830
1973.11.11DSAndrew Jackson (check), December 2, 1835
1973.11.12ALSZachary Taylor, July 20, 1847 [Missing, 2/14/1990]
1973.11.13ALSMillard Fillmore to H. C. Day, December 30, 1847
1973.11.14DSJames Buchanan, "I hereby authorize...," July 14, 1857
1973.11.15DSAbraham Lincoln & William H. Seward (pardon), February 3, 1863
1973.11.16-17Traded for 1988.77.3, June 21, 1988
1973.11.18DGallery Ticket, Impeachment of President, March 31, 1868
1973.11.19DSTheodore Roosevelt re. Calvin Hill pension, August 19, 1901
1973.11.20TLSTheodore Roosevelt to Albert Paine, September 9, 1908
1973.11.21DSTheodore Roosevelt (check), May 24, 1913
1973.11.22TLSWoodrow Wilson to Harvey Fisk, August 21, 1914
1973.11.23PSCalvin Coolidge [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.24TLSHarry S. Truman to Andrew Joyner, March 14, 1955
1973.11.24APSHarry S. Truman & Cabinet [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.25DSDwight D. Eisenhower (birthday greetings to Joyner)
1973.11.26TLSLyndon Johnson to Andrew Joyner, March 20, 1957
1973.11.27TLSRichard Nixon to Carl T. Durham, May 18, 1956
1973.11.28TLSRichard Nixon to Andrew Joyner, April 28, 1961
1973.11.30ALSGeorge W. Clinton to Ezra Hammedieu, January 26, 1789
1973.11.31DSAaron Burr (check), June 30, 1800
1973.11.32ALSW.P. Mangum to Mrs. Mangum, August 6, 1850
1973.11.33ALSWilliam R. King to Col. J.W. Womack, March 10, 1849
1973.11.34TLSHenry A. Wallace to Andrew Joyner, December 20, 1960
1973.11.34ATLSHubert Humphrey to Andrew Joyner, September 20, 1966
1973.11.35ALSJohn Young Mason to James K. Paulding, August 24, 1838
1973.11.36ALSRobert T. Lincoln to George B. Loring, October 12, 1881
1973.11.37TLSWilliam G. McAdoo to Milt Goodkind, March 11, 1913
1973.11.38TLSWilliam G. McAdoo to E. Cohen, October 12, 1925
1973.11.39TLSJosephus Daniels to C.W. Kissinger, August 6, 1913
1973.11.40TLSElihu Root to Oscar A. Hauptner, March 17, 1913
1973.11.41TLSElihu Root to William P. Bynum, February 11, 1916
1973.11.42TLSElihu Root to William P. Bynum, February 19, 1916
1973.11.43TLSElihu Root to William P. Bynum, October 24, 1916
1973.11.44TLSElihu Root to William P. Bynum, October 8, 1919
1973.11.45TLSElihu Root to William P. Bynum, November 5, 1919
1973.11.46TLSA.W. Mellon to James F. Smith, December 6, 1923
1973.11.47TLSA.W. Mellon to E. Cohen, October 2, 1925
1973.11.48TLSFrank B. Kellogg to Robert Underwood Johnson, December 19, 1925
1973.11.49TCSHenry Morgenthau Jr. to Mr. Bloch, January 16, 1934
1973.11.50TLSKenneth C. Royall to Andrew Joyner, July 29, 1947
1973.11.51TLSJames F. Byrnes to Mrs. Frances Wolverton, March 21, 1951
1973.11.52TLSCharles E. Wilson to Mr. H. Kauti, November 25, 1952
1973.11.52APhotoCharles E. Wilson [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.52BTLSCharles E. Wilson to Carl T. Durham, May 23, 1955
1973.11.53TCSJohn Foster Dulles to Douglas Temple, January 5, 1949
1973.11.54PSJohn Foster Dulles [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.55DSPatrick Henry, Virginia Land Grant, 1785
1973.11.56ALSSalmon P. Chase to Eli Tappan, March 6, 1870
1973.11.57DSCharles Evans Hughes (check), October 22, 1907
1973.11.58TLSCharles Evans Hughes to William B. Haffelfinger, June 5, 1908
1973.11.59TLSCharles Evans Hughes to E.B. Vanderveer, October 12, 1909
1973.11.60TLSCharles Evans Hughes to William P. Bynum Jr. March 18, 1910
1973.11.61TLSCharles Evans Hughes to Philip B. Strong, December 16, 1915
1973.11.62TLSEarl Warren to Samuel Spitzbart, July 12, 1948
1973.11.63ALSJohn B. Gordon to H.H.H. Davison, May 8, 1874
1973.11.64PSChauncey Mitchell Depew [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.65TLSH.C. Lodge to P.W. Lauriat, January 16, 1892
1973.11.66TLSH.C. Lodge to Lee S. Overman, July 11, 1909
1973.11.67TLSH.C. Lodge to W.P. Bynum, December 25, 1911
1973.11.68TLSH.C. Lodge to J.D. LaCroix, March 13, 1913
1973.11.69TLSWilliam E. Borah to William P. Bynum, April 24, 1918
1973.11.70TLSWilliam E. Borah to William P. Bynum, November 16, 1918
1973.11.71TLSWilliam E. Borah to William P. Bynum, September 1, 1919
1973.11.72TLSWilliam E. Borah to William P. Bynum, November 28, 1919
1973.11.73TLSEverett M. Dirksen to Andrew Joyner, September 12, 1966
1973.11.74ALSThaddeus Stevens to S. Shack, July 26, 1844
1973.11.75ALSJ.G. Blaine, 187_
1973.11.76TLSJ.G. Cannon to William B. Howland, February 4, 1910
1973.11.77DSJ.G. Cannon (check), June 27, 1910
1973.11.78TLSChamp Clark to William B. Howland, January 3, 1911
1973.11.79TLSChamp Clark to Rev. Francis E. Clark, June 29, 1911
1973.11.80TLSSol Bloom to Amy H. Lewis, May 9, 1924
1973.11.81TLSFranklin D. Roosevelt Jr. to Bettie Smith, May 11, 1954
1973.11.82ASR. Edgecombe, Lord of Treasury (ca. 1717)
1973.11.83DSGeorge III, King of Great Britain, October 27, 1760
1973.11.84ADSLord North (Frederick, 2nd Earl of Guilford) [Missing, 2/14/1990]
1973.11.85ADSLord North. Warrant, William Tryon Esq. (N.C.), February 5, 1771
1973.11.86ADSJohn Sevier. Warrant (payment) (N.C.), November 4, 1779 "the fourth year of American Independence"
1973.11.87DSRobert Morris (check), April 6, 1786
1973.11.88ADSWilliam Blount. Warrant (payment), July 22, 1795
1973.11.89ADSNathanael Greene, June 22, 25, 1776. Re: George Brewerton, Phil. Livingston, John Jay, Gov. Morris
1973.11.90ALSCornwallis to William Pitt, February 20, 1797. Cornwallis: "Memorandum from Lord Cornwallis"
1973.11.91ADSA.J. Dallas, July 8, 1806
1973.11.92ALSDaniel Webster to The President [John Quincy Adams], August 20, 1827
1973.11.93ALSDaniel Webster to Mrs. Rockwell, Sunday Morning
1973.11.94DSDaniel Webster (check), January 13, 1846
1973.11.95LSDaniel Webster to Walter Underhill, January 9, 1851
1973.11.96PhotoDaniel Webster [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.97DSCharles Carroll of Carrollton (check), February 4, 1829
1973.11.98DSHenry Clay (check), November 1837
1973.11.99ANSStephen A. Douglas to Mr. Gibbs, February 24, 1847
1973.11.99AAuto.S.A. Douglas (clipped signature) with 1958 4 cent Lincoln-Douglas Debate stamp
1973.11.100ALSWilliam M. Evarts to Mr. Hunt, October 5, 1861
1973.11.101ANSEdward Everett, February 22, 1862 (re: George Washington)
1973.11.102ALSCharles O'Connor, January 17, 1877
1973.11.103ALSR.G. Ingersoll, March 6, 1878
1973.11.104ALSR.G. Ingersoll to Mr. Barnes, n.d.
1973.11.105ALSCharles A. Dana to Mr. Lord, December 29, 1880
1973.11.106ADSD.H. Agnew, MD, December 26, 1887
1973.11.107Auto.W.H. Vanderbilt (clipped signature)
1973.11.108ALSAndrew Carnegie, n.d.
1973.11.109ALSJames J. Hill to Mr. Knox, February 1, 1888
1973.11.110ALSP.T. Barnum, February 14, 1890
1973.11.111LSCyrus W. Field to John J. Knox, October 6, 1890
1973.11.112ADSEdward E. Hale (poem), "Send Me"
1973.11.113ALSCardinal James Gibbons, August 25, 1898
1973.11.114TLSBooker T. Washington to J.W. Livingston, January 3, 1901
1973.11.115TLSBooker T. Washington to William Shaw, March 4, 1911
1973.11.116DSWilliam J. Bryan (check), December 18, 1907
1973.11.117TLSWilliam J. Bryan to Mr. D. da Gama, May 16, 1914
1973.11.118TLSWilliam J. Bryan to G. M. Saltzgaber, July 5, 1915
1973.11.119TLSGeorge W. Goethals to Frederick W. Brown, Sept. 19, 1912
1973.11.120TLSHenry Watterson to Albert N. Moranski, July 16, 1913
1973.11.121ALSJoseph H. Choate to Miss Lewis, January 24, 1914
1973.11.122LSJohn D. Rockefeller to Dr. Bogert, March 29, 1915
1973.11.123TLSJohn D. Rockefeller Jr. to Ernest D. North, May 7, 1914
1973.11.124TLSJohn D. Rockefeller Jr. to The Editor of the Post (Washington, D.C.), August l6, 1922
1973.11.125TLSRoscoe Pound to William P. Bynum, May 3, 1915
1973.11.126TLSRoscoe Pound to William P. Bynum, November 17, 1919
1973.11.127TLSRoscoe Pound to William P. Bynum, November 24, 1919
1973.11.128TLSRoscoe Pound to William P. Bynum, January 19, 1920
1973.11.129TLSRoscoe Pound to William P. Bynum, June 7, 1920
1973.11.130BookletJames Whitcomb Riley, "Out To Old Aunt Mary's," October 16, 1915
1973.11.131ALSJ. Montgomery Flagg, January 15, 1917
1973.11.132TLSGutzon Borglum to Milton Fessenden, January 27, 1917
1973.11.133ALSTyrus S. Cobb to Mr. Lyon, May 26, 1917
1973.11.134TLSE.M. House to Mr. Johnson (American Ambassador, Rome), July 31, 1920
1973.11.135TLSW.E.B. DuBois to Mr. Crosby, November 3, 1924
[Includes The Crisis letterhead and NAACP title, on stationery]
1973.11.136TLSHenry van Dyke to Mr. Thomas Clark, April 25, 1927
1973.11.137TLSAlfred E. Smith to Mr. Robert Lee, November 29, 1927
1973.11.138TLSHarry E. Fosdick to Mr. Irving Blake, October 8, 1930
1973.11.139TLSAlexander Woollcott to [Christopher ?] Morley, February 20, 1932
1973.11.140Auto.Wendell Willkie
1973.11.141TLSWendell L. Willkie to Duke Shoop, November 13, 1941
1973.11.142PSThomas E. Dewey [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.143TLSWilliam D. Steele to Mr. Kauti, December 30, 1946
1973.11.144TLSBernard M. Baruch to W.E. Woodward, January 28, 1949
1973.11.145TLSAdlai E. Stevenson to Fielding L. Fry, March 15, 1954
1973.11.146TLSAdlai E. Stevenson to Carl T. Durham, January 23, 1956
1973.11.147TLSAdlai E. Stevenson to Fielding L. Fry, September 14, 1956
1973.11.148ADSDolley P. Madison, poem "For Miss Dahlgran," February 14, 1849
1973.11.149TLSHelen Keller to Mr. Joyner, September 25, 1956
1973.11.150TLSHelen Keller to Mr. Ellis, December 12, 1928
1973.11.151TLSPearl S. Buck to Mr. Ingraham, December 26, 1952
1973.11.152Auto.Kate Smith
1973.11.153TLSEleanor Roosevelt to Mr. Joyner, May 15, 1957
1973.11.154TLSEleanor Roosevelt to Mr. Joyner, May 21, 1957
1973.11.155TLSWilliam Faversham “To the Editor of the Argus” (Albany, NY), October 25, 1909
1973.11.156ALSDaniel Frohman to Miss Lawton, May 11
1973.11.157TLSBud Fisher to Jerome C. Lewis, May 7, 1920
1973.11.158TLSMax Spiegel to Jerome C. Lewis, July 3, 1920
1973.11.159TLSA.L. Erlanger to Jerome C. Lewis, July 3, 1920
1973.11.160TLSArchibald Selwyn to Joseph Koehler, July 5, 1923
1973.11.161TLSEddie Cantor, April 21, 1930
1973.11.162TLSCecil B. DeMille to George McCullough, August 18, 1955
1973.11.163ALSPinketham Eaton to Gen. Jethro Sumner, July 1787
1973.11.164ALSCharles Cotesworth Pinckney to Williamson & DeVillers, April 16, 1819
1973.11.164APrintCharles Cotesworth Pinckney
1973.11.165ADSDavid Porter. December 24, 1818
1973.11.165APhotoDavid Porter [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.166LSRobert E. Lee, May 14, 1836
1973.11.167ALSJohn A. Dix to R.G. Beardslee, August 30, 1847
1973.11.168ADSJ.C. Patledge, February 22, 1849
1973.11.169ADSWinfield Scott (check), June 9, 1852
1973.11.170ADSWinfield Scott (check), July 20, 1863
1973.11.171ADSMuster Roll, 1st Regt. N.C. Union Volunteers, October-December 1864
1973.11.172ALSCol. J.N. Ramsey to Gen. H.R. Jackson, July 16, 1861
1973.11.173ALSJ.E. Johnston to E. C. Doughty, November 4, 1865
1973.11.174ADSG.T. Beauregard (check), March 22, 1880
1973.11.175ADSJohn A. Logan, January 5, 1884
1973.11.176LSWade Hampton to J.R. Pennypacker, May 9, 1888
1973.11.177ALSWade Hampton to Julius Shanse, March 8, 1899
1973.11.178LSJoseph Wheeler to J.H. Weidemeyer, November 5, 1888
1973.11.179TLSJ.G. Walker to Charles Lewis, September 23, 1891
1973.11.180ALSJames Longstreet to Julius S., September 25, 1892
1973.11.181Auto.James Longstreet
1973.11.182LSRobert E. Peary to Dear Bridgman, November 10, 1902
1973.11.183ALSStephen D. Lee to Mrs. Albert M. Smith, December 1, 1905
1973.11.184TLSD.E. Sickles to Joseph H. Choate, November 22, 1911
1973.11.185ALSEdwin F. Glenn to William P. Bynum, April 18, 1912
1973.11.186TLSK. Leonard Wood to Joseph H. Choate, January 6, 1917
1973.11.187TLSG. C[atlett] Marshall Jr. to J.R. Strouse, April 11, 1921
1973.11.188TLSSgt. Alvin C. York to Andrew Joyner, April 6, 1932
[Also other items re. Alvin C. York & the Agricultural Institute, Pall Mall, TN, images of York]
1973.11.189TLSPeyton C. March to Robley D. Stevens, January 8, 1934
1973.11.190TLSA.W. Radford to Rev. Cornelius Greenway, May 13, 1947
1973.11.191TLSW.R. Anderson (U.S.S. Nautilus) to Carl T. Durham, May 23, 1959
1973.11.192ALSJohn Branch to James Iredell, February 15, 1830
1973.11.193LSWilliam A. Graham to John A. Bates, October 19, 1850
1973.11.194ALSWilliam A. Graham to W.E. Robinson, December 21, 1855
1973.11.195ALSWilliam A. Graham to F.E. Woodward, May 11, 1871
1973.11.196TLSGov. Cameron Morrison to William P. Bynum, January 20, 1921
1973.11.197TLSGov. Cameron Morrison to William P. Bynum, January 16, 1923
1973.11.198TLSAngus W. McLean to W.P. Bynum, November 18, 1915
1973.11.199TLSAngus W. McLean to Andrew Joyner Jr., February 16, 1925
1973.11.200TLSClyde R. Hoey to Andrew Joyner, October 10, 1914
1973.11.201TLSClyde R. Hoey to Andrew Joyner, October 17, 1924
1973.11.202TLSClyde R. Hoey to Gordon Cronheim, May 4, 1937
1973.11.203TLSClyde R. Hoey to Andrew Joyner Jr., June 5, 1944
1973.11.204TLSClyde R. Hoey to Andrew Joyner Jr., November 10, 1944
1973.11.205TLSClyde R. Hoey to Andrew Joyner Jr., March 1, 1951
1973.11.206TLSJ. Melville Broughton to Andrew Joyner Jr., July 13, 1940
1973.11.207TelegramJ. Melville Broughton to Andrew Joyner Jr., July 29, 1927
1973.11.208DSJ. Melville Broughton, certificate to Andrew Joyner Jr. as member of Gas and Oil Inspection Board, November 24, 1941
1973.11.209ALSJ. Melville Broughton to H. Hoyle Sink, October 6, 1943
1973.11.210DJ. Melville Broughton to Mr. & Mrs. Joyner. Invitation to attend Broughton's 25th Wedding Anniversary at Executive Mansion
1973.11.211TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, August 18, 1924
1973.11.212TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, May 19, 1925
1973.11.213TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, July 9, 1927
1973.11.214TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, September 11, 1928
1973.11.215TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, October 15, 1928
1973.11.216TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, October 20, 1928
1973.11.217TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, October 24, 1928
1973.11.218TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, November 3, 1928
1973.11.219TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, May 4, 1929
1973.11.220TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, March 24, 1930
1973.11.221TLSR.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, June 29, 1944
[On "R.Gregg Cherry For Governor" stationery]
1973.11.222TLSGov. R.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, September 7, 1945
1973.11.223TLSGov. R.G. Cherry to Andrew Joyner, December 17, 1945
1973.11.224DSCertificate of Appointment to Andrew Joyner, as member of Merit System Council, September 6, 1945
1973.11.225TLSGov. R. Gregg Cherry to Andrew Joyner, April 18, 1947
1973.11.226TLSGov. R. Gregg Cherry to Andrew Joyner, May 12, 1947
1973.11.227TLSGov. W. Kerr Scott to J.A. Doggett, May 27, 1952
1973.11.228TLSGov. Luther H. Hodges to Andrew Joyner, November 15, 1954
1973.11.229TLSGov. Luther H. Hodges to Andrew Joyner, July 11, 1956
1973.11.230CardGov. Luther H. Hodges, Christmas card (photo of Capitol)
1973.11.231TLSGov. Luther H. Hodges to H. Hoyle Sink, October 7, 1958
1973.11.232TLSGov. Luther H. Hodges to Andrew Joyner, November 12, 1960
1973.11.233TLSLuther H. Hodges to Andrew Joyner, July 29, 1969
1973.11.234ALSTerry Sanford to Pete (Andrew Joyner), September 20, 1959
1973.11.235TLSTerry Sanford to Pete (Andrew Joyner), August 8, 1960
[On "Terry Sanford for Governor" stationery]
1973.11.236TLSGov. Terry Sanford to Andrew Joyner, February 3, 1961
1973.11.237TLSGov. Terry Sanford to Andrew Joyner, October 20, 1961
1973.11.238TLSGov. Terry Sanford to Andrew Joyner, December 13, 1961
1973.11.239TLSGov. Dan K. Moore to Andrew Joyner, February 1, 1966
1973.11.240ANSMrs. Clyde R. Hoey to (Mrs. Andrew Joyner), October 29, 1936
1973.11.241ALSMrs. Clyde R. Hoey to (Mrs. Andrew Joyner), Monday Night
1973.11.242ALSMrs. Clyde R. Hoey to (Mrs. Andrew Joyner), September 19,.1937
1973.11.243ALSMildred and Gregg Cherry (Gov. & Mrs. R. G. Cherry), December 18, 1944
1973.11.244DMiscellaneous Autographs [Includes: Lord North, Frederick, 2nd Earl of Guilford, October 24, 1775]
1973.11.245DJefferson Davis (check), Chubb Bros., Bankers, Washington, D.C., July 2, 1858
1973.11.246ALSJefferson Davis to Vaugh E. Wyman, March 25, 1887
1973.11.247ALSAlexander Stephens to Vaugh E. Wyman, August 22, 1879
1973.11.248AAuto.Winfield S. Hancock (signature)
1973.11.248BAuto.Nelson A. Miles (signature)
1973.11.248CAuto.Joseph Wheeler (signature)
1973.11.249ALSJames Murray Mason to "Dear Sir," June 3, 1855
1973.11.250LSJohn C. Breckinridge to John M. Burt, April 2, 1860
1973.11.251ALSThomas H. Watts, Sr. to Walter S. Draper, May 12, 1884
1973.11.252ALSHarry White to "The Press," October 26, 1885
1973.11.253ALSJ.M. Weltman to the Editor of the Weekly Press (Philadelphia), December 2, 1885
1973.11.254ALSA.B. Wells to Mr. Pennypacker, May 23, 1887
1973.11.255AS"Oliver O. Howard/Major-General/U.S.Army/Governors Island/ February 24, 1894" (autograph)
1973.11.256TLSJ.B. Gordon to Thomas J. Keenan, January 8, 1895
1973.11.257ALSMarcus J. Wright ("Agent For Collection of Confederate Records, War Records Office" Washington, D.C.) to "Sir," January 21, 1895
1973.11.258ALSJames Longstreet to H.E. Burbank, July 31, 1895
1973.11.259ALSGen. G.T. Beauregard to Col. G.W. Brent, n.d. (manuscript for telegram transmission)
1973.11.260ALSGen. G.T. Beauregard to Mr. W.T. ??. Greensboro, April 15, 1865
1973.11.261ALSGen. G.T. Beauregard to Comdg. Officer at Yadkin Bridge N.C. Greensboro, April 13, 1865 (manuscript for telegram transmission)
1973.11.262ANSGen. G.T. Beauregard to Brig. Gen. M. Gardner or Brig. Gen. Bradley T. Johnson. Greensboro, April 14, 1865 (manuscript for telegram submission)
1973.11.263ANSJ. Nisman (?) to Col. J.M. Otey, Greensboro, April 17, 1865. Approved by Gen. G.T. Beauregard
1973.11.264ANSGen. G.T. Beauregard to Gen. Mansfield Lovell, Greensboro, April 18, 1865 (manuscript for telegram submission)
1973.11.265ALS(copy) Brig. Gen. Alfred Iverson to Col. G.W. Brent, Greensboro, April 16, 1865. Re: poor state of Confederate troops in Greensboro
[Endorsed by Beauregard to forward to President through War Dept.]
1973.11.266Missing (4/11/1995)
1973.11.266ALSCol. John M. Otey to Maj. J.C. Holmes, Greensboro, April 17, 1865
1973.11.267ALSAlbert Ferry to Col. J.M. Otey, Greensboro, April 19, 1865
1973.11.268ALSKinlock Falconer to Col. George William Brent, Greensboro, April 28, 1865
1973.11.269DSR.C. Gilchrist, parole for J. Rhett Motte (Greensboro), May 2, 1865 [See Mss.Coll.#16 8:4]
1973.11.270PSCharles Stedman [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.271ALSC.D. Dowd to J.Y. Whitted, April 12, 1926 (United Confederate Veterans, Charlotte)
1973.11.272ALSC.D. Dowd to J.Y. Whitted, March 5, 1926
1973.11.273DSJohn Newcastle, July 1, 1758
1973.11.274ADSBenjamin Hawkins, September 26, 1797
1973.11.275DSWilliam Gaston (bond), March 17, 1798
1973.11.276ALSWilliam Gaston to "Dear Sir," August 16, 1804
1973.11.277ALSWilliam Gaston to Samuel Hart, June 23, 1807
1973.11.278ALSWilliam Gaston to F.M. Garnett
1973.11.279ALSJohn H. Wheeler to Frank M. Etting, June 19, 1876
1973.11.280ALSWalter Hines Page to "Dear Sir," February 28, 1883
1973.11.281ALSWalter Hines Page to "Dear Sir," February 4, 1892
1973.11.282ALSWalter Hines Page to A.G. Keet, July 25, 1897
1973.11.283TLSWalter Hines Page to Milton Fairchild, February 3, 1909
1973.11.284ALSWalter Hines Page to Howard M. Jenkins, August 24 (Written from N.C., re: News & Observer)
1973.11.285TLSWalter Hines Page to Ernest D. North, April 5, 1913 (Mentions his appointment by President)
1973.11.286ANSAlbion W. Tourgee to "Dear Sir," April 4, 1887
1973.11.287ANSAlbion W. Tourgee to Gerard Roberts, May 6, 1895
1973.11.288ALSJ.W. Fries to J.C. Buxton, July 31, 1893
1973.11.289ALSJ.W. Fries to William P. Bynum, January 8, 1895
1973.11.290TLSF.H. Fries to William P. Bynum, December 13, 1900
1973.11.291TLSF.H. Fries to William P. Bynum, April 11, 1901
1973.11.292TLSJosephus Daniels to Commissioner of Pensions, April 9, 1894
1973.11.293TLSJosephus Daniels to William Shaw, May 4, 1914
1973.11.294TLSJosephus Daniels to Cyrus Townsend Brady, May 14, 1915
1973.11.295TLSJosephus Daniels to Andrew Joyner, May 1, 1924
1973.11.296TLSJosephus Daniels to Andrew Joyner, September 1, 1930
1973.11.297TLSJosephus Daniels to H. Kauti, November 25, 1947
1973.11.298TLSR.J.R. (R.J. Reynolds) to R.E. Lasater, October 12, 1895
1973.11.299TLSJames E. Boyd to William P. Bynum, October 16, 1899
1973.11.300TLSJames E. Boyd to William P. Bynum, December 7, 1899
1973.11.301TLSJames E. Boyd to William P. Bynum, May 7, 1900
1973.11.302TLSJames E. Boyd to William P. Bynum, May 18, 1900
1973.11.303ALSEgbert W. Smith to Mrs. Yates, October 2, 1901
1973.11.304ALSEgbert W. Smith to Mrs. Yates, January 13, 1905
1973.11.305ANSC. Alphonso Smith, n.d.
1973.11.305aALSC. Alphonso Smith to William P. Bynum, November 15, 1916
1973.11.306ALSJ.P. Caldwell to Judge [Bynum?], April 3, 1902
1973.11.307ALSW.S. Schley to "dear Sir," November 7, 1902
1973.11.308TLSCeasar Cone to William P. Bynum, January 17, 1903
1973.11.309TLSCeasar Cone to William P. Bynum, January 18, 1904
1973.11.310TLSCeasar Cone to William P. Bynum, January 29, 1904
1973.11.311TLSCeasar Cone to William P. Bynum, February 3, 1904
1973.11.312TLSCeasar Cone to William P. Bynum, November 4, 1909
1973.11.312ADCeasar Cone. "Remarks of William P. Bynum at the Grave of Ceasar Cone, March 4th, 1917"
1973.11.313TLSMoses H. Cone to William P. Bynum, May 13, 1903
1973.11.314TLSMoses H. Cone to William P. Bynum, June 29, 1903
1973.11.315TLSMoses H. Cone to William P. Bynum, March 19, 1904
1973.11.316TLSCharles D. McIver to J.S. Kuykendall, August 31, 1903
1973.11.317TLSJ. Bryan Grimes to William P. Bynum, July 22, 1905
1973.11.318TLSHenry G. Connor to William P. Bynum, November 11, 1905
1973.11.319TLSHenry G. Connor to William P. Bynum, November 2, 1909
1973.11.320TLSJ.C. Pritchard to William P. Bynum, December 3, 1909 (re: Moses H. Cone)
1973.11.321TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, December 11, 1915
1973.11.322TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, September 29, 1916
1973.11.323TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, November 18, 1916
1973.11.324TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, November 21, 1916
1973.11.325TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, December 18, 1916
1973.11.326TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, December 27, 1916
1973.11.327TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, December 29, 1916
1973.11.328TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, December 30, 1916
1973.11.329TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, November 7, 1918
1973.11.330TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, May 14, 1919
1973.11.331TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, December 2, 1919
1973.11.332TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, January 29, 1920
1973.11.333TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, February 2, 1920
1973.11.334TLSWalter Clark to William P. Bynum, February 20, 1920
1973.11.335TLSWalter Clark to Andrew Joyner Jr., September 14, 1928
1973.11.336TLSEdward Kidder Graham to William P. Bynum, July 25, 1916
1973.11.337TLSEdward Kidder Graham to Andrew Joyner, February 15, 1917
1973.11.338TLSEdward Kidder Graham to William P. Bynum, September 9, 1918
1973.11.339ALSKemp P. Battle to William P. Bynum, June 16, 1917
1973.11.340TLSJulian S. Carr to William P. Bynum, May 13, 1921
1973.11.341TLSJulian S. Carr to William P. Bynum, April 21, 1922
1973.11.342TLSA.M. Scales to Andrew Joyner, February 4, 1922
1973.11.343TLSWilliam A. Devin to H. Hoyle Sink, June 21, 1923
1973.11.344TLSJulian Price to Andrew Joyner, April 18, 1925
1973.11.345TLSE.Y. Webb to Andrew Joyner, November 14, 1925
1973.11.346TLSLee S. Overman to Andrew Joyner, March 2, 1926
1973.11.347TLSW.Y. Preyer to Andrew Joyner, May 22, 1926
1973.11.348TLSE.B. Jeffress to Andrew Joyner, June 10, 1926
1973.11.349TLSA. Wayland Cooke to Andrew Joyner, July 14, 1926
1973.11.350TLSE.C. Brooks to Andrew Joyner, November 18, 1926
1973.11.351TLSJohn G. Dawson to Andrew Joyner, July 16, 1927
1973.11.352DSMason W. Gant, receipt from Andrew Joyner, April 8, 1929
1973.11.353TLSA.W. McAlister to Andrew Joyner, et.al., January 15, 1929
1973.11.354TLSGeorge A. Grimsley to Andrew Joyner, March 1, 1929
1973.11.355TLSW.T. Joyner to Andrew Joyner, September 5, 1929
1973.11.356TLSCharles M. Stedman to Andrew Joyner, May 16, 1929
1973.11.357TLSKenneth C. Royall to Andrew Joyner, September 14, 1929
1973.11.358TLSGeorge P. Pell to Andrew Joyner, May 9, 1930
1973.11.359TLSGeorge P. Pell to Andrew Joyner, June 4, 1930
1973.11.360TLSFrank P. Graham to Andrew Joyner, August 6, 1930
1973.11.361TLSPaul C. Lindley to Andrew Joyner, December 3, 1932
1973.11.362TLSRobert R. Reynolds to Adam Scheidt Brewing Co., April 22, 1933. Re: James Wiggins of Greensboro
1973.11.363DSThomas Wolfe, check to Hotel Chelsea, November 19, 1937
1973.11.364DSThomas Wolfe, check to Hotel Chelsea, November 29, 1937
1973.11.365TLSCurtis B. Johnson to Andrew Joyner, December 28, 1940
1973.11.366TLSCarl T. Durham to Andrew Joyner, February 21, 1941
1973.11.367TLSCarl T. Durham to Andrew Joyner, June 14, 1955
1973.11.367ATLSCarl T. Durham to Andrew Joyner, October 7, 1955
1973.11.369TLSCarl T. Durham to Andrew Joyner, February 6, 1956
1973.11.370TLSHubert E. Olive to Andrew Joyner, April 7, 1941
1973.11.371TLSHubert E. Olive to Andrew Joyner, June 3, 1952
1973.11.372TLSHubert E. Olive to Andrew Joyner, October 18, 1952
1973.11.373TLSJonathan Daniel to Andrew Joyner. (The White House), April 7, 1943
1973.11.374TLSR.A. Doughton to Hoyle Sink, June 18, 1943
1973.11.375TLSWillis Smith to Andrew Joyner, March 2, 1950
1973.11.376TLSWillis Smith to Andrew Joyner, April 19, 1950 (on campaign stationery)
1973.11.377TLSWillis Smith to Andrew Joyner, June 9, 1950 (on campaign stationery)
1973.11.378TLSWillis Smith to Andrew Joyner, June 28, 1950 (on campaign stationery)
1973.11.379TLSWillis Smith to Andrew Joyner, December 19, 1950 (U.S. Senate)
1973.11.380TLSWillis Smith to Andrew Joyner, May 11, 1953 (U.S. Senate)
1973.11.381TLSHarry McMullen to H. Hoyle Sink, June 30, 1950
1973.11.382TLSJames A. Gray to Andrew Joyner, September 7, 1951
1973.11.383TLSJohn C. Whitaker to Andrew Joyner, September 11, 1951
1973.11.384TLSR. Hunt Parker to Andrew Joyner, November 20, 1951
1973.11.385TLSR. Hunt Parker to Andrew Joyner, June 7, 1952
1973.11.386ALSR. Hunt Parker to Andrew Joyner, July 31, 1952 ("Ocean Terrace Hotel/ Wrightsville Beach" stationery)
1973.11.387TLSR. Hunt Parker to Andrew Joyner, June 20, 1957
1973.11.388TLSR. Hunt Parker to Andrew Joyner, November 4, 1958
1973.11.389TLSHarold D. Cooley to Andrew Joyner, November 17, 1953
1973.11.390TLSSam J. Ervin Jr. to Andrew Joyner, December 3, 1954
1973.11.391TLSSam J. Ervin Jr. to Andrew Joyner, June 6, 1956
1973.11.392TLSJohn J. Parker to H. Hoyle Sink, December 21, 1954
1973.11.393TLSJohnson J. Hayes to Andrew Joyner, December 21, 1954
1973.11.394ALSJ.G. DeRoulhac Hamilton to Mrs. Ethel Arnett, February 15, 1955
1973.11.395TLSJohn Sprunt Hill to Andrew Joyner, April 18, 1955
1973.11.396TLSJohn M. Morehead to Andrew Joyner, April 25, 1955
1973.11.397TLSGeorge B. Patton to Andrew Joyner, August 23, 1956
1973.11.398TLSGeorge B. Patton to Andrew Joyner, April 29, 1957
1973.11.399TLSJ. Wallace Winborne to Andrew Joyner, September 12, 1956
1973.11.400TLSJ. Wallace Winborne to Andrew Joyner, January 6, 1958
1973.11.401DSWilliam Moultrie, Land Grant (David Coalters), June 2, 1794
1973.11.402DSHenry Middleton, Land Grant (George Gibson), July 6, 1813
1973.11.403ALSSamuel J. Tilden to Mr. Smith, July 25, 1875
1973.11.404TLSRobert W. Lewallenn to Duane Mowry, November 13, 1903
1973.11.405TLSCurtis Guild Jr. to Hayne Davis, February 23, 1907
1973.11.406TLSM.F. Ansel to Hayne Davis, February 25, 1907
1973.11.407TLSRollin S. Woodruff to Hayne Davis, February 26, 1907
1973.11.408TLSJohn C. Cutler to Richard Bartholdt, March 28, 1907
1973.11.409TLSJohn Burke to National Arbitration Congress, March 30, 1907
1973.11.410TLSWilliam M.O. Dawson to Hayne Davis, April 2, 1907
1973.11.411TLSF.R. Gooding to Hayne Davis, April 2, 1907
1973.11.412TLSJ. Frank Hanley to Hayne Davis, April 3, 1907
1973.11.413TLSHerbert Hagerman to Hayne Davis, April 6, 1907
1973.11.414TLSFrank ______ to William P. Bynum, February 17, 1920
1973.11.415TLSJ. Leonard Wood to James F. Smith, April 15, 1925
1973.11.416BookFirst North Carolina Reunion...
1973.11.417DeedJesse H. Lindsay to David McLean, June 5, 1845
1973.11.418DeedJesse H. Lindsay to David McLean, February 11, 1851
1973.11.419-422NewspapersNew York Tribune, 1865 (3 issues); New York Herald (weekly), 1865 (1 issue) [Filed alphabetically in Newspaper Collection]
1973.11.423DeedWilliam R. Davie to William Dillon, December 17, 1798
1973.11.424DSBenjamin Williams (Gov.), commissioning Nathaniel Vannoy a Justice of the Peace for Wilkes County, December 17, 1801
1973.11.425DSWilliam Hawkins (Gov.), commissioning Jesse Kerbey a Justice of Peace for Surry County, December 17, 1812
1973.11.426DSJesse Franklin (Gov.), appointing Valentine Vann a Justice of the Peace for Sampson County, December 17, 1820
1973.11.427DSJames Turner (Gov.), March 25, 1805
1973.11.428ALSJames Turner to Robert Smith, April 28, 1806
1973.11.429DSRichard D. Spaight (autograph)
1973.11.430PrintRichard D. Spaight (autograph) [See Mss.Coll.#33 6:14 “Prints--Spaight, R."]
1973.11.431DSSam Johnston, November 26, 1786
1973.11.432DSJohn Branch (Navy Dept. Circular), January 21, 1830
1973.11.433ALSJohn Owen to Gov. of Kentucky, March 23, 1828
1973.11.434PrintWilliam A. Graham (1804-75) [See Mss.Coll.#33 6:5 "Prints--Graham, William A."]
1973.11.435LSWilliam A. Graham to H.Y. Previance, October 14, 1850
1973.11.436ANSWilliam A. Graham, note for Ed. Freeman re: purchase of books, August 22, 1845
1973.11.437ALSWilliam A. Graham to T.R. Caldwell, June 10, 1871.
1973.11.438ALSDavid L. Swaim. re. Book for UNC library. May 5, 1853
1973.11.439ADSRichard D. Spaight. Warrant. February 29, 1836
1973.11.440ADZ[ebulon] B. Vance (autograph)
1973.11.441ALSZ[ebulon] B. Vance to Clarence H. Bell, December 4, 1886
1973.11.442ALSCharles Manly to Ralph Gorrell, March 10, 1836. Re: appt. as Attorney for UNC, for District 6
1973.11.443ALSThomas Bragg to H.A. Wise, October 17, 1856
1973.11.444DSJonathan Worth, Commission to Joseph Lawrence, March 5, 1866
1973.11.445DSThomas J. Jarvis (Gov.), Commission to Gilman Jopp, October 19, 1883
1973.11.446DSThomas J. Jarvis (autograph)
1973.11.447DSWilliam W. Holden (bond, Chatham Railroad Co.), October 1, 1868
1973.11.448DSWilliam W. Holden, commission to Andrew Herr, August 4, 1868
1973.11.449ALSThomas M. Holt to Charles Tefft, August 31, 1891
1973.11.450DSElias Carr (Gov.), April 16, 1896
1973.11.451DSSamuel Ashe. Land Grant to Burwell Stickland, September 21, 1796
1973.11.452DSAlexander Martin. Land Grant to Paris Chipman, November 8, 1784
1973.11.453LSJohn Branch to Capt. J.B. Nicolson, March 3, 1830
1973.11.454DSJ.C.B. Ehringhaus (envelope), "Ratified the Constitution November 21 1789, N.Car 1789-1934" [postmark: November 21, 1934]
1973.11.455TLSJ.C.B. Ehringhaus to Andrew Joyner, May 30, 1930
1973.11.456DSW.W. Kitchin (canceled check), October 3, 1899
1973.11.457TLSAngus W. McLean to Andrew Joyner, January 10, 1927
1973.11.458TLSO. Max Gardner to Andrew Joyner, December 12, 1946
1973.11.459ADSLocke Craig, March 21, 1912
1973.11.460TLSR.B. Glenn (Gov.) to Hayne Davis, February 27, 1907
1973.11.461TLSClyde R. Hoey to Andrew Joyner, April 14, 1944
1973.11.462TLSR. Gregg Cherry (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, December 29, 1948
1973.11.463TLSLuther H. Hodges (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, December 9, 1960
1973.11.464TLSTerry Sanford (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, January 26, 1961
1973.11.465TLSDan K. Moore (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, December 1, 1964
1973.11.466TLSWilliam B. Umstead to Andrew Joyner, May 29, 1944
1973.11.467TLSWilliam B. Umstead (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, August 20, 1954
1973.11.468TLSW. Kerr Scott (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, May 6, 1949
1973.11.469TLSJ. Melville Broughton to Andrew Joyner, August 13, 1941
1973.11.470DSWilliam Hawkins (Gov.). Land Grant to Francis Pridgeon, December 10, 1812
1973.11.471DSElias Carr (clipped autograph), June 29, 1899
1973.11.472TLSR.B. Glenn (Gov.) to Hayne Davis, March 28, 1907
1973.11.473ALSW.N. Kitchin to A.W. Graham (letterpress copy), June 16, 1895
1973.11.474TLST.W. Bickett (Gov.) to William P. Bynum, July 23, 1920
1973.11.475TLST.W. Bickett (Gov.) to "Dear Sir," n.d.
1973.11.476DST.W. Bickett (Gov.), Appointment of William P. Bynum as delegate to "Win The War For Permanent Peace" convention in Philadelphia, April 15, 1918
1973.11.477-478Missing (6/2/95)
1973.11.479PhotoThomas Wolfe [Clipped from unknown publication; filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.480PhotoPaul C. Lindley [Page from unknown publication; filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.481PhotoLuther Hodges [Autographed image from unknown printed item; filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.482PhotoAndrew Johnson [Filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.483PhotoAndrew Johnson [Copy photo from Library of Congress; filed in Photo Coll.]
1973.11.484-485Missing (6/2/95)
1973.11.486ALS(copy) Abraham Lincoln to S.A. Douglas, July 31, 1858
1973.11.487ALSThomas Bragg to Braxton Bragg, March 8, 1865
1973.11.488TLS(copy) A.C. McIntosh to Walter Clark, September 26, 1916
1973.11.489TLSRobert W. Scott (Gov.). Tribute to Guilford County on its Bicentennial, January 26, 1971
1973.11.490LSZebulon Vance to Gen. John H. Winder, February 18, 1864
1973.11.491ADSJohn M. Morehead. Deed to John Miller, November 30, 1837
1973.11.492TLSHubert H. Humphrey to Greensboro Historical Museum, June 8, 1865
1973.11.493TLSSgt. Alvin C. York to Andrew Joyner, April 25, 1932
1973.11.494ALSRichard Caswell to Gov. Livingston, May 9, 1782
1973.11.495DSB. Williams (Gov.). Commission to Stepney Mathews, December 17, 1801
1973.11.496TLS(copy) Charles B. Aycock to Col. A.C. Davis, September 27, 1904
1973.11.497TLS(copy) Charles B. Aycock to Prof. E.C. Brooks, April 1, 1912
1973.11.498DS[Gen. G.T. Beauregard] to Lt. Gen. J. D. Lee. Greensboro, April 16, 1865 [not in Beauregard's hand?]
1973.11.499DEnvelopes, N.C., 1960s
1973.11.500TLSCameron Morrison (Gov.) to William P. Bynum. April 3, 1923
1973.11.501DSCameron Morrison (Gov.), certificate to Andrew Joyner Notary Public, Guilford County, July 13, 1923
1973.11.502TLSTerry Sanford (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, October 10, 1961
1973.11.503TLSDan K. Moore (Gov.) to Joseph M. Hunt Jr., July 1, 1965
1973.11.504TLSPhilip C. Cocke to H. Hoyle Sink, February 12, 1959
1973.11.505TLSW. Kerr Scott (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, November 26, 1951
1973.11.506DSR. Gregg Cherry (Gov.), certificate appointing Andrew Joyner Jr. to the Merit System Council, April 18, 1947
1973.11.507TLSJ. Melville Broughton (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, April 26, 1944
1973.11.508TLSClyde R. Hoey (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner, February 5, 1940
1973.11.509TLSClyde R. Hoey (Sen.) to Andrew Joyner, August 3, 1951
1973.11.510TLSO. Max Gardner to H. Hoyle Sink. March 6, 1943
1973.11.511TLSA.W. McLean (Gov.) to Andrew Joyner. April 14, 1925
1973.11.512DSA.W. McLean (Gov.), certificate to Andrew Joyner Notary Public, Guilford County, July 16, 1925
1973.11.513DSHenry T. Clark (Gov.), N.C. Bond, March 1, 1862
1973.11.514PhotoSgt. Alvin C. York [Copy photo from National Archives; filed in Photo Coll.]
1974.39.1ATLSWilliam B. Umstead (Gov.) to Eugene Shaw, December 22, 1953
1974.39.1BTLSW. Kerr Scott (Sen.) to Eugene G. Shaw, December 2, 1954
1974.39.1CTLSWilliam B. Umstead (Gov.) to Eugene G. Shaw, November 1, 1954
1974.39.1DTLSLuther H. Hodges to Eugene G. Shaw, June 1, 1956
1974.39.1ETLSLuther H. Hodges to Eugene G. Shaw, June 16, 1956
1974.39.1FTLSLuther H. Hodges (Gov.) to Eugene G. Shaw, November 7, 1956
1974.39.1GTLSLuther H. Hodges (Gov.) to Eugene G. Shaw, May 30, 1957


Index to the Andrew Joyner Jr. Collection
(ca. 1717-1972)

Note: The numbers following the name/subject entry — e.g. 1:1 — indicate in which Series:Folder (or, if no “:”, Series only) that name/topic can be found. Note that Series 7 (the Autograph Collection) is broken into 3 groups, based on when the group was given to the Museum, and the folders are arranged by accession numbers: 1966.4.1-22; 1973.11.1-514; 1974.39.1a-g. The index below cites folders in Series 7 with a “7:”, followed by the other distinguishing accession number, i.e. 4.1-22, 11.1-514, or 39.1-a-g. Example: 7:11.254 = Series 7: 1973.11.254.

A:
Adams, Abigail (1744-1818): photo of dress, 4:1
Adams, Charles F. (1807-1886): print (with Martin Van Buren), 6:17
Adams, John Quincy: 7:11.92 (1827)
Agnew, D.H.: 7:11.106 (1887)
Anderson, W.R.: 7:11.191 (1959)
Ansel, M.F.: 7:11.406 (1907)
Ashe, Samuel: 7:11.451 (1796)
Aviation: photos, 4:2
Aycock, Charles B.: 7:11.496-.497 (1904, 1912)

B:
Barnum, P. T.: 7:11.110 (1890)
Baruch, Bernard M.: 7:11.144 (1949)
Battle, Kemp P.: 7:11.339
Beauregard, Gustave Toutant (1818-93): 7:11.174 (1880); 7:11.259-.263, (GSO, 1865);
order from, 7:11.498 (GSO, 1865)
Benjamin, Mary: 1:4
Bickett, Gov. T. W.: 7:11.474-.476 (1918-20)
Blaine, J.G.: 7:11.75 (1870s)
Bloom, Sol: 7:11.80 (1924)
Blount, William: 7:11.88 (1795)
Board, La Nora (Mrs. M. O.): 1:7
Borah, William E.: 7:11.69-.72 (1918-19)
Borglum, Gutzon: 7:11.132 (1917)
Boyd, James E.: 7:11.299-.302 (1899-1900)
Bragg, Braxton: letter to, 7:11.487 (1865)
Bragg, Thomas: 7:11.43 (1856); 7:11.487 (1865)
Branch, John: 7:11.192, .432 (1830), .453 (1830)
Breckinridge, John C.: 7:11.250 (1860)
Brent, Col. George William: 7:11.268 (Greensboro, 1865)
Broadfoot, Winston: 1:8
Brooks, E.C.: 7:11.350 (1926)
Broughton, Gov. J. Melville: 7:11.206-.210 (1927-43); 7:11.469 (1941); 7:11.507 (1944)
Bryan, William Jennings: 5:3; 7:11.116-.118 (1907-15)
Buchanan, James (1791-1868): 7:11.14; print, 6:1
Buck, Pearl S.: 7:11.151 (1952)
Burke, John: 7:11.409 (1907)
Burr, Aaron: 7:11.31 (1800)
Bynum, William P.: 7:4.1 (1909); 7:11.41-.45, .60, .67, .69-.72, .125.-.129; .185, .196-.198, .289-.291,
.305a-.306, .308-.315, .317-.334, .336, .338-.341, .414, .474, .476
Byrnes, James F.: 7:11.51 (1951)

C:
Caldwell, J.P.: 7:11.306 (1902)
Cannon, Joseph G.: 7:4.1 (1909), 7:11.76-.77 (1910)
Cantor, Eddie: 7:11.161 (1930)
Carnegie, Andrew: 7:11.108
Carr, Elias: 7:11.450 (1896); 7:11.471 (1899)
Carr, Julian S.: 7:11.340-.341 (1921-2)
Carroll, Charles: 7:11.97 (1829)
Caswell, Richard: 7:11.494 (1782)
Chase, Salmon P.:7:11.56 (1870)
Cherry, Gov. R. Gregg: 1:9; 7:11.211-.226 (1924-47); 7:11.243 (1944); 7:11.462 (1948); 7:11.506 (1947)
Chicago Historical Society: 1:10
Choate, Joseph H.: 7:11.121 (1914)
Civil War: N.C. Union Volunteers (1864), 7:11.171;
Photographic History of Civil War, promotion, 4:11;
troops in Greensboro (1865), 7:11.264
Clark, Champ: 7:11.78 (1911)
Clark, Henry: 7:11.513 (1862)
Clay, Henry: 7:11.98 (1837)
Clinton, George W.: 7:11.30 (1789)
Cobb, Tyrus S.: 7:11.133 (1917)
Cocke, Philip C.: 7:11.504 (1959)
Cone, Ceasar: 7:11.308-.312A (1903-17); remarks on death of, by William Bynum, 7:11.312A
Cone, Herman: “Sad Saga of Salmon Slayer,” 5:5
Cone, Moses H.: 7:11.313-.315; 7:11.320
Cooke, A. Wayland: 7:11.349 (1926)
Cooley, Harold D.: 7:11.389 (1953)
Coolidge, Calvin: photo, 7:11.23
Cornwallis, Lord Charles (1738-1805): 7:11.90 (1797)
Corrigan, Douglas: photo, 4:3
Crisis, The (NAACP): 7:11.135 (1924)
Craig, Locke: 7:11.459 (1912)
Currency: 1860s, 2:1
Cutler, John C.: 7:11.408 (1907)

D:
Dallas, A.J.: 7:11.91 (1806)
Dana, Charles A.: 7:11.105 (1880)
Daniel, Jonathan: 7:11.373 (1943)
Daniels, Josephus: 7:11.39 (1913); 7:11.292-.297 (1894-1947)
Davie, William R.: 7:11.423 (1798)
Davis, Jefferson: Inauguration print, 6:3; print of Cabinet, 6:2; 7:11.245-.246 (1858, 1887))
Dawson, John G.: 7:11.351 (1927)
Dawson, William M.O.: 7:11.410 (1907)
DeMille, Cecil B.: 7:11.162 (1955)
Depew, Chauncey Mitchell: photo, 7:11.64
Devin, William A.: 7:11.343 (1923)
Dewey, Thomas E.: photo, 7:11.142
Dirksen, Everett M.: 7:11.73 (1966)
Dix, John A.: 7:11.167 (1847)
Doughton, R.A.: 7:11.373 (1943)
Douglas, Stephen A.: 7:11.99-99A (1847); 1958 Lincoln-Douglas stamp, 7:11.99A
Dowd, C.D.: 7:11.271-.272 (1926)
DuBois, W.E.B.: 7:11.135 (1924)
Dulles, John Foster: 7:11.53 (1949)
Durham, Carl T.: 7:11.52B (1955); 7:11.366-.369 (1941-56); letter to 7:11.27 (1956)

E:
East Carolina College: Joyner Library Dedication program, 5:10
Eaton, Pinketham: 7:11.163 (1787)
Edgecombe, R., Lord of Treasury: 7:11.82 (1717)
Ehringhaus, J.C.B.: 7:11.454 (1934), 7:11.455 (1930)
Eisenhower, Dwight D.: 7:11.25
Erlanger, A.L.: 7:11.159 (1920)
Ervin, Sam J., Jr.: 7:11.390-.391 (1954-56)
Evarts, William M.: 7:11.100 (1861)
Everett, Edward: 7:11.101 (1862)

F:
Falconer, Kinlock: 7:11.268 (Greensboro, 1865)
Farley, James A.: U.S. Post Master, Greensboro Dedication (1933), 5:12
Faversham, William: 7:11.155 (1909)
Ferry, Albert: 7:11.267 (1865)
Field, Cyrus W.: 7:11.111 (1890)
Fillmore, Millard (1800-1874): 7:11.13; print, 6:4
Fisher, Bud: 7:11.157 (1920)
Flagg, J. Montgomery: 7:11.131 (1917)
Fosdick, Harry E.: 7:11.138 (1930)
Franklin, Gov. Jesse: 7:11.426
Fries, F.H.: 7:11.290-.291 (1900-01)
Fries, J.W.: 7:11.288-.289 (1893-95)
Frohman, Daniel: 7:11.156

G:
Gant, Mason W.: 7:11.352 (1929)
Gardner, O. Max: 7:11.458 (1946); 7:11.510 (1943)
Gaston, William: 7:11.275-.278 (1804-07)
George III, King of Great Britain: 7:11.83 (1760)
Goethals, George W.: 7:11.119 (1912)
Gibbons, Cardinal James: 7:11.113 (1898)
Glenn, Edwin F.: 7:11.185 (1912)
Glenn, R.B.: 7:11.460 (1907); 7:11.472 (1907)
Gooding, F.R.: 7:11.411 (1907)
Gordon, John B.: 7:11.62 (1874); 7:11.256 (1895)
Gorrell, Ralph: house photo, 4:4; UNC attorney, 7:11.442 (1836)
Graham, Edward Kidder: 7:11.336-.338 (1916-18)
Graham, Frank Porter: 7:11.360 (1930)
Graham, Gov. William A. (1804-1875): 7:11.193-.195, .435, .436 (1845-71); print 6:5, 7:11.434-.437 (1845-71)
Grant, Ulysses Simpson (182-1885): photo, 4:5; print (with family), 6:6
Gray, James A.: 7:11.382 (1951)
Greensboro High School: 1910 Class Prophecy, 3:1
Greene, Nathanael: 7:11.89 (1776)
Greensboro, N.C.: “Tale of Two Cities” (1920s), 5:6; troops in (1865), 7:11.264, .265, .268;
U.S. Post Office Dedication (1933), 5:12
Greensboro Daily News: Carrier banquet, 1939, 5:11
Greensboro High School: class play, 1940, 5:9
Grimes, J. Bryan: 7:11.317 (1905)
Grimsley, George A.: 7:11.354 (1929)
Guild, Curtis, Jr.: 7:11.405 (1907)
Guilford, Frederick, 2nd Earl of: 7:11.84-.85 (1771)
Guilford County: Bicentennial tribute from Gov. Scott (1971), 7:11.489;
Democrat Party Banquet, 1907, 5:3; during Civil War, 3:3-4; history, 3:2

H:
Hale, Edward E.: poem (“Send Me”), 7:11.112
Hagerman, Herbert: 7:11.413 (1907)
Hamilton, Charles: 1:4
Hamilton, J.G. DeRoulhac: 7:11.394 (1955)
Hampton, Wade: 7:11.176-.177 (1888, 1899)
Hancock, Winfield S.: 7:11.248A
Hanley, J. Frank: 7:11.412 (1907)
Harrison, Gen. Benjamin (1833-1901): print, 6:7
Harrison, William Henry (1733-1841): 7:11.1-A (1796); print (1861), 6:8
Hawkins, Benjamin: 7:11.274 (1797)
Hawkins, Gov. William: 7:11.425 (1812); 7:11.470 (1812)
Hayes, Johnson J.: 7:11.393 (1954)
Henry, Patrick: 7:11.55 (1785)
High Point, N.C.: “Tale of Two Cities” (1920s), 5:6
High Point Rotary Club: 1:14
Hill, James J.: 7:11.109 (1888)
Hill, John Sprunt: 7:11.395 (1955)
Hodges, Gov. Luther: 7:11.228-.233 (1954-69); 7:11.463 (1960); 7:39.1D-.1G (1956-57); color photo, 4:6; photo, 7:11.481
Hoey, Sen. Clyde R.: 5:1; 7:11.200.205 (1914-51); 7:11.240-.242 (1936-37); 7:11.461 (1944); 7:11.508-.509 (1940, 1951)
Holden, William W.: 7:1.447-.448 (1868)
Holmes, J.C.: in Greensboro (1865), 7:11.266A
Holt, Thomas M.: 7:11.449 (1891)
Hoskins, Katherine: 1:11
House, E.M.: 7:11.134 (1920)
Howard, Oliver O.: 7:11.255 (1894)
Hughes, Charles Evans: 7:11.57-.6l (1907-15)
Humphrey, Hubert: 7:11.34A (1966); 7:11.492 (1865)

I:
Ingersoll, R. G.: 7:11.103-.104 (1878)
Iverson, Gen. Alfred: re. Confederate troops in Greensboro (1865), 7:11.264

J:
Jackson, Andrew (1767-1845): 7:11.9-.11 (1827-35)
Jackson, Gen. H.R.: 7:11.172 (1861)
Jarvis, Thomas J.: 7:11.445-.446 (1883)
Jefferson, Thomas (1743-1826): 7:11.2 (1805)
Jeffress, E.B.: 7:11.348 (1926); photo with Charles Lindbergh (1927), 4:7
Johnson, Andrew (1808-75): impeachment, gallery ticket, 7:11.18; photo, 7:11.482-.483
Johnson, Curtis B.: 7:11.365 (1940)
Johnson, Lyndon: 7:11.26 (1957)
Johnston, J.E.: 7:11.173 (1865)
Johnston, Sam: 7:11.431 (1786)
Joyner, J.Y.: 1:12
Joyner, James: 5:12
Joyner, W.T.: 7:11.355 (1929)

K:
Keller, Helen: 7:11.149-.150 (1928, 1956)
Kellogg, Frank B.: 7:11.48
King, William R.: 7:11.33 (1849)
Kitchin, W.W.: 7:11.456 (1899); 7:11.473 (1895)

L:
Lee, Robert E.: 7:11.166 (1836)
Lee, Stephen D.: 7:11.183 (1905)
Lewallenn, Robert W.: 7:11.404 (1903)
Lincoln, Abraham: 7:11.15 (1863); 7:11.486 (1858); 1958 Lincoln-Douglas stamp, 7:11.99A
Lincoln, Robert T.: 7:11.36 (1881)
Lindbergh, Charles A.: photo at Lindley Field, 1927, 4:7
Lindley, Paul C.: 7:11.361 (1932); photo, 7:11.486
Lindsay, Jesse H.: 7:11.417-.418 (1845, 1851)
Livingston, J.W.: 7:11.114 (1901)
Lodge, Henry Cabot: 7:11.65-.68 (1892-1913)
Logan, John A.: 7:11.175 (1884)
Longstreet, James: 7:11.180-.181 (1892); 7:11.258 (1895)

M:
Madison, Dolley Payne (1768-1849): poem, 7:11.148 (1849); print, 6:9
Madison, James: 7:11.2-.6; 7:11.8
Mangum, W. P.: 7:11.32
Manly, Charles: 7:11.442 (1836)
March, Peyton C.: 7:11.189 (1934)
Marshall, George Catlett: 7:11.187 (1921)
Martin, Alexander: 7:11.452 (1784)
Mason, James Murray: 7:11.249 (1855)
Mason, John Young: 7:11.35
McAlister, A.W.: 7:11.353 (1929)
McAdoo, William G.: 7:11.37-.38 (1913, 1925)
McIntosh, A.C.: 7:11.488 (1916)
McIver, Charles Duncan: 7:11.316 (1903)
McKinley, William (1843-1901): photo, 4:8
McLean, Gov. Angus W.: 7:11.198-.199 (1915, 1925); 7.11:457 (1927);
photo with Charles Lindbergh (1927), 4:7; 7:11.511-.512 (1925)
McMullen, Harry: 7:11.381 (1950)
Mellon, Andrew W.: 7:11.46-.47 (1923, 1925)
Middleton, Henry: 7:11.402 (1813)
Miles, Nelson A.: 7:11.248B
Mills: Guilford County, Rt. 421, 4:9
Monroe, James (1758-1831): 7:11.7; print, 6:10
Moore, Gov. Dan K.: 1:13; 7:11.239 (1966); 7:11.465 (1964); 7:11.503 (1965)
Morehead, John Motley (1795-1866): 7:11.491 (1837); print, 6:11
Morehead, John M.: 7:11.396 (1955)
Morgenthau, Henry: 7:11.49 (1934)
Morris, Robert: 7:11.87 (1786)
Morrison, Gov. Cameron: 7:11.196-.197 (1921-23); 7:11.500-.501 (1923)
Moultrie, William: 7:11.401 (1813)

N:
NAACP (The Crisis): 7:11.135 (1924)
Newcastle, John: 7:11.273 (1758)
Newspapers: Banquet program, 1939, 5:11
Nixon, Richard: 7:11.27-.28 (1956-61)
North, Lord (Frederick, 2nd Earl of Guilford): 7:11.84-.85 (1771); 7:11.244 (1775)
North Carolina: Constitutional Bicentennial cover (1934), 7:11.454
Union Volunteers Muster Roll (1864), 7:11.171
N.C. Civil War Round Table: 1:14

O:
O’Connor, Charles: 7:11.102 (1877)
Olive, Hubert E.: 7:11.370-.372 (1941-52)
Otey, Col. John M.: 7:11.266A-.267 (Greensboro, 1865)
Overman, Lee S.: 7:11.346
Owen, John: 7:11.433 (1828)

P:
Page, Walter Hines: 7:11.280-.285 (1883-1913)
Parker, John J.: 7:11.392 (1954)
Parker, R. Hunt: 7:11.384-.388 (1951-58)
Parker, Samuel: photo, 4:10
Patledge, J.C.: 7:11.168 (1849)
Patton, George B.: 7:11.397-.398 (1956-57)
Peacock, John R.: 1:14
Peary, Robert E.: 7:11.182 (1902)
Pell, George P.: 7:11.358-.359 (1930)
Pierce, Franklin (1804-1869): print, 6:12
Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth (1746-1825): 7:11.164-.164A (1819); print, 6:13
Porter, David: 7:11.165 (1818); photo, 7:11.165A
Pound, Roscoe: 7:11.125-.129 (1915-20)
Preddy, Maj. George E.: photo, 4:12
Preyer, W.Y.: 7:11.347 (1926)
Price, Julian: 7:11.344 (1925); photo, 4:14
Prudhomme, J.F.E.: engraving of Dolly Madison, 6:9

R:
Radford, A.W.: 7:11.190 (1947)
Ramsay, Col. J.N.: 7:11.172 (1861)
Rankin, J.A.: photo with Charles Lindbergh (1927), 4:7
Reynolds, R.J.: 7:11.298 (1895)
Reynolds, Robert R.: 7:11.362 (1933)
Rickenbacker, Eddie: 1:15, 7:4.21, 7:4.22; photo, 7:4.16
Riley, James Whitcomb: booklet, 7:11.130 (1915)
Ritchie, A.H.: engraving of William Graham, 6:5
Rockefeller, John D.: 7:11.122-.124 (1915-22)
Roosevelt, Eleanor: 7:11.153-.154 (1957)
Roosevelt, Franklin D., Jr.: 7:11.81 (1954)
Roosevelt, Theodore: 7:11.19-.21 (1901-13)
Root, Elihu: 7:11.40-.45 (1913-19)
Rosenthal, Albert: engraving of Richard D. Spaight, 6:14
Royal, Kenneth C.: 7:11.50; 7:11.357 (1929)
Rucker, Pierce: 5:14

S:
Sanford, Gov. Terry: 7:11.234-.238 (1959-61); 7:11.464, .502 (1961)
Scales, A.M.: 7:11.342 (1922)
Schley, W.S.: 7:11.307 (1902)
Scott, Gov. W. Kerr: 7:11.227 (1952); 7:11.468 (1949); 7:11.505 (1951); 7:39.1B (1954)
Scott, Robert W.: 7:11.489 (1971)
Scott, Winfield: 7:11.169-.170 (1852, 1863)
Selwyn, Archibald: 7:11.160 (1923)
Sevier, John: 7:11.86 (1779)
Shaw, William: 7:11.115 (1911)
Sickles, D.E.: 7:11.184 (1911)
Smith, Alphonso: 7:11.305-.306 (1916)
Smith, Alfred E.: 7:11.137 (1927)
Smith, Egbert W.: 7:11.303-304 (1901-05)
Smith, Kate: 7:11.152
Smith, Willis: 7:11.375-.380 (1950-53)
Spaight, Richard Dobbs (1758-1802): 7:11.429, .439 (1836); print, 6:14 (1857), 7:11.430
Spiegel, Max: 7:11.158 (1920)
Stedman, Charles: 7:11.356 (1929); photo, 7:11.270
Steele, William D.: 7:11.143 (1946)
Stephens, Alexander: 7:11.247 (1879)
Stevens, Thaddeus: 7:11.74 (1844)
Stevenson, Adlai: 7:11.145-.147 (1954-56); photo, 4:15
Sumner, Gen. Jethro: 7:11.163 (1787)
Swaim, David L.: 7:11.438 (1853)

T:
Taylor, Zachary (1784-1850): 7:11.12; print, 6:15
Tilden, Samuel J.: 7:11.403 (1875)
Tourgee, Albion W.: 7:11.286-.287 (1887, 1895)
Truman, Harry S.: 7:11.24 (1955); photo (w.Cabinet), 7:11.24A
Turner, James: 7:11.428 (1806)
Turner, Gov. James: 7:11.427 (1805)

U:
Umstead, Gov. William B.: 7:11.466-.467 (1944-54); 7:39.1A, 1C (1953-54); political pamphlet, 5:7
United States: Flag pictured on 1942 program, 5:13
Presidents, photos of (George Washington – Andrew Johnson), 4:13
United States Post Office: dedication, Greensboro (1933), 5:12
United States Senate: Chamber Pass, 1949, 5:1
University of North Carolina: re. attorney, 7:11.442 (1836); library book (1853), 7:11.439; World War II pamphlet, 5:8

V:
Van Dyke, Henry: 7:11.136 (1927)
Van Buren, Martin (1782-1862): print (with Charles F. Adams), 6:17
Vance, Zebulon B.: 7:11.440-.441 (1886); 7:11.490 (1864)
Vanderbilt, W.H.: 7:11.107

W:
Walker, J.G.: 7:11.179 (1891)
Wallace, Henry A.: 7:11.34 (1960)
Warren, Earl: 7:11.62 (1948)
Washington, Booker T.: 7:11.114-.115 (1901, 1911)
Washington, George: 7:11.1 (1777); concerning, 7:11.101 (1862)
Washington, Martha (1732-1802): dress, 4:16
Watterson, Henry: 7:11.120 (1913)
Watts, Thomas H.: 7:11.251 (1884)
Webb, E.Y.: 7:11.345 (1925)
Webster, Daniel: 7:11.92-.95 (1827-51); photo, 7:11.96
WBIG: logo in photo, 4:3
Wells, A.B.: 7:11.254 (1887)
Welch, T.B.: engraving of Z. Taylor, 6:15
Weltman, J.M.: 7:11.253 (1885)
Wheeler, John H.: 7:11.279 (1876)
Wheeler, Joseph: 7:11.178 (1888); 7:11.248C
Whitaker, John C.: 7:11.383 (1951)
White, Harry: 7:11.252 (1885)
White House: stationary, 7:11.373
Wilkie, Wendell: 7:11.140-.141 (1941)
Williams, Gov. Benjamin: 7:11.424, .495 (1801)
Wilson, Charles E.: 7:11.52-52B (1952-55)
Wilson, Pres. Woodrow: 7:11.22; WWI pamphlet, 5:4
Winborne, J. Wallace: 7:11.399-.400 (1956-58)
Wolfe, Thomas: 7:11.363-.364 (1937); photo, 7:11.480
Wood, Dr. George T.: 1:16
Wood, J. Leonard: 7:11.415 (1925)
Wood, K. Leonard: 7:11.186 (1917)
Woodruff, Rollin S.: 7:11.407 (1907)
Woollcott, Alexander: 7:11.139 (1932)
Worth, Jonathan: 7:11.444 (1866)
Wright, Marcus J.: 7:11.257 (1895)
Wright, Orville: 7:4.2 (1934)

Y:
York, Sgt. Alvin C.: 7:11.188 (1932); 7:11.493 (1932); photo, 7:11.514