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Of note are several letters referencing World War II and its effects on Wilmigton including one from Jacob Taylor, a lawyer and former classmate of Yow, discussing Bob (Robert) Goldberg, another classmate who was missing in action.
Of note is a letter to Addison Hewlett, Sr. regarding Yow's appointment by the Governor to fill the unexpired term of County Solicitor and recommending Wallace C. Murchison to be named Assistant County Solicitor.
Of note is correspondence with Champion Davis regarding Elizabeth (Libber) Yow's suffering from a corneal ulcer and Yow's campaign for re-election to the position of County Solicitor for New Hanover County. Notable correspondents include Champion Davis, Captain Thomas F. Darden Jr. (Governor of American Samoa), Robert Davis Darden Sr., and Dan Cameron.
Of note is correspondence with Champion Davis regarding Yow's potential appointment as Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina in 1951 and a telegram from Governor Luther Hodges indicating his interest in appointing Yow to the Employment Security Commission. Other notable correspondents include Alton Lennon and Robert Darden Jr.