Box OS 1
Contains 19 Results:
"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.
Stamp Defiance Chapter – Daughters of the American Revolution
Research and information on the history of the Wilmington-based Stamp Defiance Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, including two "yearbooks" from 1946-1947 and 1949-1950. Also includes a CD with a scan of a March 1766 issue of The London Chronicle.
Cape Fear Museum
Informational booklet on the Cape Fear Museum.
Cape Fear Museum volunteer pamphlet.
Explore! Cape Fear Museum Teacher's Guide, dated 1999-2000.
A 1967-1968 report, exhibit information from 1973, October 1990 newsletter, and undated brochure card from when the museum was known as the Wilmington-New Hanover Museum and later the New Hanover County Museum.
The Truckers' and Planters' Journal
Photocopy of Volume 1, No. 15 issue of "The Truckers' and Planters' Journal" from Chadbourn, N.C. dated October 22, 1896.
Spring 2002, Vol. XV, No. 1 issue of Sounds Magazine, a Topsail Voice quarterly guide representing the greater Topsail area. Highlights Poplar Grove, Scotts Hill, and Surf City.
Map of Blockade Runner wrecks
Photocopy of a map of the Cape Fear River and coast marking sites of blockade runner wrecks.
New Hanover County General Election votes
Two newspaper cutouts of the "Unofficial New Hanover Vote" in the November 1968 General Election for Local, District, State, and National offices.
Wilmington College Theatre
Program sheet for "The Prince of Partha" from December 1962. Two copies.
Program sheet for "Thieves' Carnival," undated. Two copies.
Listing of select Wilmington College productions and other area shows from 1957-1968.
Programs for select shows at Thalian Hall from 1932-1983 (bulk 1968-1983). Includes a 1932 pamphlet for "The Importance of Being Earnest," featuring a story on the back of a local meeting Oscar Wilde on Wrightsville in the summer of 1882.