Skip to main content

Box OS 2

 Container

Contains 26 Results:

"Progress '81"

 File — Box: OS 2
Scope and Contents

"Progress '81" supplement of the Sunday Star News from Feburary 22, 1981, discussing the future of Southeast North Carolina in 1981.

Dates: Various

New Hanover Regional Medical Center

 File — Box: OS 2
Scope and Contents

Coloring book titled “A Visit to New Hanover Regional Medical Center with Patches the Clown.”

1997 Cancer Program Annual Report.

October 2000 issue of the New Hanover Health Network Community Report for Southeastern North Carolina. Two copies.

Dates: Various

Wartime Wilmington Week: Star-News supplement

 Item — Box: OS 2
Scope and Contents

December 1, 2021 Star-News supplement marking 80 years since the start of World War II, with an emphasis on local involvement and impact.

Dates: Various

Hill-Wright-Wooten House

 File — Box: OS 2
Scope and Contents

Fall 2006 issue of "The Vineyard," the newsletter of St. James Parish, featuring an article on the Hill-Wright-Wooten house that once sat next door to the church.



See Also

Religion--Episcopal--St. James Parish

Dates: Various

Bicentennial celebration

 File — Box: OS 2
Scope and Contents

Wilmington Morning Star June 22, 1939 issue with a feature article, “Wilmington Begins Huge Bicentennial Festival,” about the start of the three-day festival celebrating Wilmington's Bicentennial.

The Sunday Star-News June 18, 1939 issue with a feature article, "U.S. Destroyer to Visit Port for Bicentennial," about the U.S. Destroyer Gridley visiting the Port of Wilmington in honor of the Bicentennial celebration.

Dates: Various

"A Black Heritage Landmark: Its Seed, Soil and Harvest"

 File — Box: OS 2
Scope and Contents

February 28, 1982 article from The Fayetteville Observer Times, "A Black Heritage Landmark: Its Seed, Soil and Harvest," on Charles W. Chestnutt, a one-time educator and North Carolina author who wrote "The Marrow of Tradition" in 1901, inspired by the events of the 1898 coup.

Dates: Various