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Charlie's Books Photographs of North Carolina Writers

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Identifier: SC-MS-343
Scope and Contents This collection contains a letter and 29 photographs, 7 of which are signed, of North Carolina writers from Charlie's Books, a bookstore in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. Photographs were taken in the store. The photographs that are dated range from 1989 to 1998, while dates of some of the photographs are unknown. The letter depicts correspondence between April Andrews and an author asking for a photograph and signature for the book store.
Dates: 1980s-1990s, unknown

Patricia O'Meara Robbins and Carroll Robbins Jones Collection

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Identifier: SC-MS-341
Scope and Contents This collection features the photography of Patricia O'Meara Robbins and the family research her daughter, Carroll Robbins Jones, compiled with her husband, Wilbur D. Jones, Jr., to write their book about Patricia's life and career--"She 'Shot' Her Way to Success: How China's Empress Dowager Ci Xi Launched a Photographer's Trailblazing Career," published in 2016. Some of the photographs were also featured in a 2001 book the Jones' wrote, "Hawaii Goes to War: The Aftermath of Pearl Harbor,"...
Dates: circa 1870-2013; Majority of material found in 1933-1959

The Black Poet Manuscript

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Identifier: SC-MS-094
Scope and Contents The Black Poet was the 1865 annouced title of a work to be published that was to contain "a concise history of the life" of George Moses Horton, bard and recently freed slave. Richard Walser used the 1865 title for his 1996 work on Horton, since no evidence exists that the 1865 book was ever written. Walser wrote his "concise history" during part of a year he spent on a Guggenheim Fellowship. Claude Howell created the drawings for the book. This collection contains the manuscript draft that was...
Dates: 1966