Box OS 1
Contains 17 Results:
Hall and Sprunt Families
Photocopies of gathered research on the Hall and Sprunt families. Research material includes handwritten and typed correspondence, newspaper articles, and reports.
Two 2003 issues of "The Vineyard," the newsletter of St. James Parish, featuring articles written by Susan Taylor Block about former St. James preacher Adam Empie, who worked at the chuch in the early 1800s. A typed manuscript of the articles is also included.
See Also: St. James Parish
Religion--Episcopal Church--St. James Parish
Wilmington Presbytery “Sommer” Conference
Three issues of “The Astonisher," the newsletter of the Wilmington Presbytery "Sommer" Conference, the 11th annual conference at Peace College in Raleigh, North Carolina from June 28-July 3, 1938.
Williston High School, et al.
Photocopy of an article about sixty years of Williston School in the "Negro Industrial Supplement" of The Wilmington Morning Star from June 1, 1924.
Photocopy of the Williston Junior High School newsletter, "The Willistion Junior Highlight," from December 1965.
Photocopy of the article, "Finals Program at Williston Begins Sunday," dated May 1956 from the Wilmington Star-News.
African Americans -- History
Photocopies of research on the blockade runner, Emma Henry. Research material includes correspondence, court documents, and financial records.
One sheet discussing the history of the Gray Gables estate, formerly owned by the Pearsall family.
Various theatre shows
Programs for local shows by various theatre and community groups.
Program sheet for "Under the Yum Yum Tree" by the Curtain Call Company at Greenfield Amphitheatre in 1980.
Program sheet for Story Theatre at the Laney Little Theatre, undated.
Various concerts and music shows
Pender County public instruction oral history transcripts
Four typed transcripts of Pender County public instruction oral histories, undated.
"Remembering Wilmington" calendars
1986 and 1987 "Remembering Wilmington" calendars from the Friends of the New Hanover County Public Library, featuring historical photos and notes of people and places in Wilmington.