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Box 2

 Container

Contains 18 Results:

Correspondence, 1957

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents Of note is correspondence on the following topics: correspondence from the Citizen's Committee of Wrightsville Beach regarding the acquisition of the Ocean Terrace Hotel property; correspondence with Champion Davis and doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore regarding Mary Dixon Hardwicke's health issues; a telegram from Governor Luther Hodges indicating his interest in appointing Yow to the Employment Security Commission along with correspondence to Champion Davis regarding the...
Dates: 1957

Correspondence, 1958

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents Of note is correspondence on the following topics: correspondence with Champion Davis regarding rail rates for the ports of Wilmington and Morehead City; a letter from Governor Luther Hodges congratulating Yow on his primary win for state senator and later correspondence with Hodges and Gene Simmons inviting the pair to stay the night in order to discuss an important matter; correspondence with Wallace Murchison regarding the adoption of Elizabeth Nixon Yow; letter addressed to "Uncle...
Dates: 1958

Correspondence, 1959

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents Of note is correspondence on the following topics: a telegram from Governor Luther Hodges appointing Judge Clifton Moore to the Supreme Court and Judge Rudolph Mintz to the Superior Court along with congratulatory letters to both judges; correspondence regarding the commissioning of an oil portrait in honor of Judge Don Gilliam with subsequent correspondence regrading the unveiling ceremony. Other notable correspondents include William B. Aycock, Rye B. Page, C.V. (Columbus Vance) Henkel,...
Dates: 1959

Correspondence, 1960

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 14
Scope and Contents Of note is correspondence on the following topics: correspondence with Edward H. Lewis, Jr. of the N.C. Motel Association regarding Addison Hewlett's primary run for Governor as well as commentary on Wilmington College and the need for a new hotel nearby should a "main highway" ever be constructed; correspondence with Nannie regarding the wills and estate of her and Arboo; correspondence leading up to and afterwards regarding the 1960 Democratic National Convention including the purchase of...
Dates: 1960

Correspondence, 1961

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 15
Scope and Contents

Of note is a letter from Governor Terry Sanford inviting Yow and his wife to lunch. Other notable correspondents include J.E.L. Wade, Henry Turlington, J. Max Thomas, Senator B. Everett Jordan, John M. Akers, and Gene Simmons.

Dates: 1961

Correspondence, 1962

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents Of note is correspondence on the following topics: correspondence with Edward H. Lewis, Jr. regarding Yow's campaign for state senate; a letter from O.O. Allsbrook to Navy League members regarding the dedication of the USS North Carolina battleship and a reception for dignitaries; correspondence with J. Max Thomas regarding the battleship dedication as well as commentary on the impending election; letters to U.S. Representative Alton Lennon regarding Captain Robert b. Adams (Arboo) burial in...
Dates: 1962

Correspondence, 1963

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 17
Scope and Contents

Of note is correspondence on the following topics: letter inviting Yow to attend a meeting of the Third District Medical Society; a letter inviting Yow to attend Poultry Progress Day in Rose Hill with a meal cooked in the World's Largest Frying Pan. Other notable correspondents include Thomas J. White, William H. Wagoner, Emsley A. Laney, Hugh Morton, and Staton P. Williams.

Dates: 1963

Correspondence, 1964

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 18
Scope and Contents Of note is correspondence on the following topics: correspondence with Staton P. Williams and his wife regarding a stroke he suffered and subsequent need to be excused from various commissions; correspondence and paperwork associated with the Yows' participation in a goodwill People to People delegation to eastern and western Europe with other North Carolina city, county, and state officials; correspondence following Yow's surgery and hospital stay. Other notable correspondents include...
Dates: 1964