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  • See special descriptive matter referring to these Illustrations on page 141. [Appeared on page 141 in original.](1) Home of a typical Rural Rehabilitation family, Alexander County. (2) Children of this Rural Rehabilitation family, Alexander County. (3) House built for Relief Family, Brunswick County. (4) The home of a Relief family in Iredell County. This house was built during the winter months of 1934. Through field work the mother secured $20 with which she purchased a one-acre tract of land. A neighbor offered her the logs in a near-by house which had fallen down. She and her son, with the help of some neighbors, put these logs together, making a one-room cabin. There was nothing with which to chink the cracks, and late November found the family with no chimney and no way to keep out the cold winter air. The mother then agreed to pick 2,000 pounds of cotton for a neighbor if he would give her the brick in a chimney left in his field from a building that had burned there several years before. She and her children took this chimney down and carried the brick about a mile to their cabin. It was then that the Relief Administration, together with the County Welfare Department, gave her assistance in building the chimney and boarding up the inside of the cabin. Eleven persons live in this one room. (5) Rural Rehabilitation client, Craven County. This family purchased one acre of land and constructed the house from farm income under the Rural Rehabilitation Program of 1934. (6) Alexander County. The head of this family worked under the CWA program, saved his money and bought a small tract of land on which there was a tobacco barn. With the aid of his wife and children he gathered field stones and built a chimney, then added a room and porch, in this way converting the barn into a livable home. The owner and his family are delighted to have had an opportunity to acquire a home and are planning through the Rural Rehabilitation Program to buy necessary stock and equipment so that they may become self-supporting. (7) Rural Rehabilitation family, Rutherford County. This family built the cabin themselves, out of slabs. The land had no house on it. (8) Relief family, Iredell County. This is an illustration of the need for relief. The family is tragically poor. The father does not have either the willingness or the intelligence to provide for the family. There was one bed for the entire family. A pile of cotton in one corner of the room furnished the bed and covering for part of the family. Food was prepared on the hearth, for there was no cook stove. A "hoe-cake" was broken into bits and handed to members of the family, since there was no table at which the family could sit, and there were no dishes from which food could be served. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Big Bend school, Haywood County. (2) Big Bend school children. (3) Pond spraying to control malaria epidemic, Black Water fever, affecting hundreds of relief clients. (4) Relief family exposed to Black Water fever. (5) Control and prevention of Black Water fever. ERA nurse at home of infected family. (6) Recreational project, Rhythm Band, Pitt County. (7) Excavation Indian Mound under CWA, Cherokee County. (8) Pond before drainage in vicinity of town of 12,000 inhabitants, Craven County. (9) Privy construction, Randolph County. Typical of privies constructed on State-wide Health Control project. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Christmas toys made by transients and Christmas tree for Negro relief children. Raleigh Transient Center. (2) Distributing the presents at Transient Center. Toys made and tree decorated by transients. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • [Agnes Cannady] [Anne Cantrell] [Mabel Carpenter] [Olive Chandley] [Helen Cozart] [Clara Craven] [Helen D. Creasy] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Alexander Worth McAlister] From Biennial Report of the North Carolina State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, July 1, 1938 to June 30, 1940.


  • [Annie Martin] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Bellie Hicks] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Bessie Lucile Cauble] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Bessie Lucile Cauble] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Branson Price] [Mildred Price] [Sudie Rhodes] [Hazel Rogers] [Jessie Rose] [Elva Rosser] [Joyce Rudisill] [Frances Singleton] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Catherine Jones] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Clara Sloan] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Claude Umstead] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Claude Umstead] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Clyde Stancill] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Cora Hart] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Cora Hart] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Daisy Hunter] [Lucy Hunter] [Zelian Hunter] [Rachel Ivey] [Mary John] [Millie Kanipe] [Ethel Kearns] [Vera Keech] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Edna Hardcastle Duke] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Edna Hardcastle Duke] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Eleanor Huske] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Elizabeth McCracken] [Mary McDonald] [Joscelyn McDowell] [Lucille Mason] [Kate Mitchell] [Hazel Mizelle] [Louine Murchison] [Irene Perkins] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Elma Crutchfield] [Edith Cunningham] [Florine Davenport] [Marie Davenport] [Annie Pearl Dobbins] [Gussie Finch] [Elizabeth Foust] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Emeline Goforth] [Thelma Goforth] [Connie Heafner] [Ruth Higgins] [Ruby J. Hodgin] [Cleo Holleman] [Huldah Holloman] [Mozelle Hunt] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Eva Lee Sink] [Mabel Stamper] [Elizabeth Stanford] [Ruth Teachey] [Sallie Tucker] [Athleen Turnage] [Jinsie Underwood] [Myrtle Warren] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Evelyn Haynes Gudger] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Evelyn Haynes Gudger] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Evelyn Hodges] [Kathleen Huntley] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Flieda Johnson] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Flieda Johnson] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Florence Pugh Landis] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Florence Pugh Landis] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Foda White] [Katie Whitley] [Katherine Yoder] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Freshman Team] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Georgie Williamson] [Evelyn Wilson] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Gladys Wells] [Bertie Lee Whitesides] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Gladys Whitley] [Annie Belle Williams] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Hal Morrison] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Hal Morrison] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Hallie Viele] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [HARRIS, EDWARD C.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [Jean Booth] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Jean Booth] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Jean Booth] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Jessie Gowan Smoak] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Jessie Gowan Smoak] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Jessie McMillan] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Jessie Smoak] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Junior Team] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Kate Jeffreys] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Katherine McDonald Jeffreys] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Katherine McDonald Jeffreys] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Linda Shuford] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Lola Lasley] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Lola Lasley] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Lucretia Ashby] [Murriel Barnes] [Rachel Barwick] [Carey Batchelor] [Jessie Baxley] [Eldah Bell] [Lila Bell] [Mary L. Bender] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Lucretia Wilson] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Margaret Blair] [Marie Bonitz] [Martha Bradley] [Annie Bridges] [Mattie Brite] [Mildred Burch] [Ethel Bynum] [Collina Caldwell] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Margaret Cobb] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Margaret Wilson] [Ruth Winslow] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Marshals] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Mary Baldwin Mitchell] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Mary Baldwin Mitchell] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Mary L. Jackson] [Matilda Jones] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Mary Wooten] [Clyde Wright] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Mellie Cotchett] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Nannie McArn] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Nelle Harry] [Mary Ellen Herring] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Nettie Dixon] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Nettie Dixon] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Okla Dees] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Okla Dees] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Paulina Hassell] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Paulina Hassell] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photograph] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Rena King] [Lila Ward Koonce] [Juanita Koontz] [Helen Leach] [Mary K. Liles] [Pauline Lucas] [May McArn] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Ruth Rebecca Allison] [Mildred Barrington] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Senior Team] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Sophomore Team] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Special Team] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Title Page Image] From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • [Title Page Verso Image] Mr. J. B. Duke, Mr. Washington Duke, Mr. B. N. Duke Mr. John Merrick, Dr. A. M. Moore, Dr. S. L. Warren Dr. Charles Shepard [Title Page Verso Image] From Thirty-Eighth Annual Report, 1938.


  • [Velna Pope] From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [William Allen Blair] From Biennial Report of the North Carolina State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, July 1, 1938 to June 30, 1940.


  • "BEAUTY"--VIRGINIA BRAWLEY From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • "CULTURE"--LENA KERNODLE From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • "GRACE"--EVELYN WILSON From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • "INNOCENCE"--SUSIE HOLMAN From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • "WISDOM"--GLADYS WELLS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • 1,000 lbs. of V-C Fertilizers per acre produced 1,400 lbs. per acre of excellent Tobacco on this 10-acre field of Mr. A. B. Emmerson, of Houston, Va. If you want bountiful crops, feed V-C bountifully. From Tobacco.


  • 1,800 lbs. of Tobacco per acre on Mr. John Kent's farm, East Hartford, Conn., in upper view field. Center view, field of Mr. Chas. Andrews, Glastonbury, Conn., who used 3,000 lbs. V-C Fertilizers per acre, giving a yield of 1,800 lbs. per acre. Lower view, Tobacco on farm of Mr. Allen Bidwell, Glastonbury, Conn., who used 3,000 lbs. of V-C Fertilizers per acre, yield 2,000 lbs. per acre. From Tobacco.


  • 1. W. F. Green, Chairman. 2. H. E. King. 3. J. R. McLelland. 4. W. R. Capehart. 5. J. H. Gilmer. 6. D. A. Tompkins. 7. E. A. Aiken. 8. Cyrus Thompson. 9. R. H. Wharton. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. [1st Frontispiece Image] From North Carolina and Its Resources.


  • 10. H. E. Fries. 11. W. S. Primrose. 12. Frank Wood. 13. N. B. Broughton. 14. J. B. Cottfield. 15. J. L. Nelson. 16. H. B. Battle, Director. 17. S. L. Patterson, Commissioner. 18. T. K. Bruner, Secretary. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND OFFICERS. [2nd Frontispiece Image] From North Carolina and Its Resources.


  • A GROUP OF CONFEDERATE WOMEN. MISS S. B. C. PRESTON. MISS ISABELLA D. MARTIN. MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS. MRS. LOUISA S. MCCORD. MRS. FRANCIS W. PICKENS. MRS. DAVID R WILLIAMS. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • A GROUP OF THE PLAYERS (A Midsummer Night's Dream) From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • A. E. WOLTZ J. G. DE R. HAMILTON R. B. LAWSON C. W. BAIN H. M. WAGSTAFF J. M. BOOKER OLIVER TOWLES From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • A. M. MOORE, M. D., PRESIDENT, NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • A. W. PEGUES, Ph.D., D.D., Formerly Dean Theological Department, Shaw University. Now Supervisor Colored Department State School for the Blind and Deaf. Corresponding Secretary of the Baptist State Sunday School Convention. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • ADELPHIAN SOCIETY From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • ADELPHIAN SOCIETY OFFICERS SUSIE WEST SECRETARY ELIZABETH SMITH PRESIDENT PAULINE GREEN VICE-PRESIDENT KATE MITCHELL TREASURER ANNIE BRIDGES CORRESPONDING SECRETARY LILA BELL CRITIC FRANCES WATSON RECORDING SECRETARY GLADYS WHITLEY PRESIDENT VERA AYERS SECRETARY CARRIE BELLE ROSS VICE-PRESIDENT SPRING TERM ANNIE BRIDGES CORRESPONDING SECRETARY KATE MITCHELL TREASURER PAULINE LUCAS CRITIC EVA HODGES RECORDING SECRETARY From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [ALBEA, CLAUDE L.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • ALBERT R. LEDOUX CHAS. W. DABNEY From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • ALEXANDER MCIVER A. W. MANGUM JOHN MANNING RALPH H. GRAVES T. W. HARRIS F. W. SIMONDS C. D. GRANDY From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • [ALEXANDER, CICERO] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [1. ALEXANDER, R. B., 1st Cl. Private, Coast Artty.; 2. ANDERSON, WALTER K., 1st Cl. Private, 322nd Inf., Hdqrs. Co., 81st Div.; 3. ANDERSON, CHARLES HOLT, 1st Cl. Private, 242nd Co., M. P.; 4. BARBEE, WALTER J., Sergt., Air Service, 483rd Aero Co.; 5. BAREFOOT, JULIUS J., Maj. Med. Corps, Air Service Div. 6. BARNES, ORLANDO M., Mess Sgt. Inf., M. G. Co., 30th Div., 120th Reg. ; 7. BATTING, WILLIAM NATHAN, Private, U. S. Marine Corps, 19th Co., 2nd Div., 6th Reg.; 8. BLAKE, CURTIS E., Water Ten. (Navy), 1st Div.; 9. BROWN, GEO. C., 1st Cl. Private Inf., Co. K, 30th Div., 120th Inf.; 10. BROWN, FELIX EDWARD, 1st Cl. Private, Med. Base Hosp. 65. 11. BYRD, R. B., 1st. Cl. Private, Med. Corps Co., Emb. Hospital; 12. CALLUM, JOHN B., Private, Engrs. Hdqrs. Co., 30th Div., 105th Reg.; 13. CASE, W. B., Pvt. Pioneer Inf., Co. B, 4th Reg.; 14. COBLE, LONNIE B., Sergt. Q. M. C., Train, Corps No. 10.; 15. COLTRANE, VERNON W., 3rd Cl. Q. M. C., U. S. N. R. F. 16. DAVIS, FOSTER C., Bugler, Inf., Mach. Gun Co., 30th Div., 120th Reg.; 17. DICK, ROBT. S., Sergt. Inf., M. G. Co., 81st Div. 322nd Reg.; 18. FESPERMAN, WALTER S., Wagoner, Inf. Sup. Co., 30th Div., 120th Reg.; 19. FLOYD, MARVIN REID, Pvt., Med. Corps, 118th Field Hospital, 30th Div., 105th Reg. San. Tr.; 20. GALLION, GARFIELD FUGENE, Pvt. Inf., Co. M, 30th Div., 119th Reg. 21. GLENN, CHAS. E., Private 1st Cl., F. A., Batt. A, 81st Div., 316th Reg.; 22. GRAVES, HENRY LEWIS, 2nd Lt. Air Service, Pilot 278th Aero Squad.; 23. GRUBBS, THOS. R., Pvt., Med. Corps, Am. 321, 81st Div.; 24. HENDERSON, OTIS H., 2nd Lt., F. A., 38th Tr. Batry.; 25. HODGIN, GEO. R., Fireman 2nd (Navy) 26. HODGIN, CHAS. R., Pvt., Co. 10, 3rd Div., 155th Depot Br.; 27. HUEY, EDWIN CARLTON, Sergt., Q. M. C., Inf., Hdqrs. Co., 30th Div.; 28. JACKSON, JOHN FRANKLIN, Jr., Private, F. A., Batty. 306, 81st Div.; 29. JOHNSON, MARION SIMS, Corpl., Bugler, 120th Inf., Co. M, 30th Div.; 30. KERR, FRED, Private, 120th Inf., Co. M, 30th Div.]| From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [ALEXANDER, THOMAS] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [Aline Garnett Saunders] [Bess Siceloff] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Annie Corrinne Fulton] [Thelma Gibson] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Annie E. Cummings] [Marion Bruce Daniel] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [ANTHONY, GEO.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • ANTOINETTE PARKER WIRTH Mascot From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [ARTHURS, CLARENCE ALVIN] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • AT THE AGE OF 35 From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • AT THE AGE OF 40 From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • AT THE AGE OF 50 From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • AT THE AGE OF 55 From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • [ATHANAELOS, JOHN PANAGIOTE] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • The Author and an English Fellow-Prisoner, from Photograph Taken Three Months Before the Armistice. The Author is Wearing an Old French Uniform With Which he was Fitted Out After Running Away and Losing his Regulation Prison Costume [Frontispiece Image] From The Memoirs of a Swine in the Land of Kultur, or, How it Felt to be a Prisoner of War.


  • The average Tobacco grower does not use enough Fertilizer to be assured of a maximum crop. Instead of 200 or 300 pounds per acre it will be found that an application of 1,000 to 2,000 pounds per acre will invariably produce the best results. And be sure you use the best, which is V-C. From Tobacco.


  • AYCOCK AS A YOUNG MAN Aycock is supposed to have been twenty years old at the time this picture was taken — a student of the University. From The Life and Speeches of Charles Brantley Aycock.


  • AYCOCK AS HE APPEARED WHILE GOVERNOR He was then much stouter than in his later years, weighing nearly 200 pounds. He was about five feet eleven inches high. From The Life and Speeches of Charles Brantley Aycock.


  • AYCOCK IN HIS LATER YEARS This is the last photograph taken of him. [Frontispiece Image] From The Life and Speeches of Charles Brantley Aycock.


  • BABY REUNION--NATIONAL HOSPITAL DAY, 1938 From Thirty-Eighth Annual Report, 1938.


  • [BAILEY, JESSIE B.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • Battery A. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery A. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery B. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery B. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery C. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery C. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery D. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery D. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery E. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery E. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery F. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery F. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • [BATTON, GEORGE D.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • BETSY J. SIMMONS Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • BOMB AND SHELL ATTACK, ANCEMONT, FRANCE A peculiar buzz in the air, the rapid crack of machine guns, and a tremendous thug-bang; we knew that "Heiney" was after us. Some of us said our prayers a thousand times a minute while others ran helter-skelter in search for safety. Thanks to the big dugout that happened to be near. From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [BOND, EDWARD G.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • Boys--Top Row, Left to Right: M. L. Brewington, son of H. A. Brewington; Henry Brewington, son of J. Arthur Brewington; J. H. Brewington, son of H. A. Brewington; Robert Jones, grandson of H. A. Brewington; June Ammons, son of Ella Ammons. Girls--Bottom Row, Left to Right: Ollie Brewington, daughter of M. L. Brewington; Bessie Jones, daughter of Jno. R. Jones: Essie Goodman, daughter of W. E. Goodman; Bessie Brewington, daughter of W. B. Brewington. All of Herrings Township, Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • Brigadier General George G. Gatley, the First Commanding General of the 55th Field Artillery Brigade. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Bringing in the harvest of fine grown Tobacco at Drake's Branch, Va. Wherever V-C Fertilizers are used wisely a bountiful harvest is always assured. From Tobacco.


  • [BRYAN, BLOUNT HENRY] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [BURTNER, HENRY K.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [BURTNER, RENE L.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • C. C. SPAULDING THE MANAGER OF THE LARGEST NEGRO INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE WORLD, ONE OF THE LEADERS IN THE GROUP OF NEGROES WHO HAVE BUILT UP BLACK DURHAM From The Upbuilding of Black Durham. The Success of the Negroes and Their Value to a Tolerant and Helpful Southern City.


  • C. C. SPAULDING, SECRETARY-TREASURER, NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • C. D. BREWINGTON C. D. Brewington, grandson of Raiford Brewington, Herrings Township, Sampson County. He was educated at the Pembroke Normal Indian School and taught in the public schools of Robeson County; also taught at New Bethel Indian School in Herrings Township, Sampson County. He is a teacher and minister, and preaches in the Croatan churches of Sampson and Robeson counties. He married Bessie Chavis of Robeson County, a Croatan. From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • Captain A. L. Fletcher, who commanded the Supply Company from organization to February 1, 1919. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Alfred W. Horton, Regimental Personnel Officer. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Beverly S. Royster, Jr., Commanding Battery A. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Erskine E. Boyce, Commanding Headquarters Company. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Gustaf R. Westfeldt, Jr., Regimental Adjutant and Operations Officer. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Kenneth M. Hardison, Adjutant of the First Battalion. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Nugent B. Vairin, Jr., Commanding Battery D. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Park B. Smith, Commanding the Supply Company from February 1, 1919 to muster-out. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Reid R. Morrison, Commanding Battery F. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Richard D. Dixon, Commanding Battery C. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Robert P. Beaman, Adjutant of the Second Battalion. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Wade V. Bowman, Commanding Battery E. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Captain Wiley C. Rodman, Commanding Battery B. Acting Adjutant First Battalion prior to demobilization. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • CAROLINIAN REPORTERS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Carolyn Barrow Clarke] [Jennie Mann Clarke] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Carrie Belle Ross] [Sallie Rutledge] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Champion Team 1910 From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Chaplain Benjamin R. Lacy, Jr. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • CHARLES FRANCIS MESERVE, LL.D., President Shaw University. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • CHARLES PHILLIPS. RALPH H. GRAVES, SR. JOHN KIMBERLY. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • "CHARM"--FLORENCE WAY From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • CHARTER MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY MELVILLE VINVENT FORT, SUE MAY KIRKLAND, E. J. FORNEY, VIOLA BODDIE, GERTRUDE W. MENDENHALL From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [CHEATHAM, VIRGINIUS ANDERSON] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • CHEER LEADERS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • CHILDREN OF REV. M. L. LATTA. [2nd Frontispiece Image] From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • [CLARK, ALEX W.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [CLEAVER, CHALIE C.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [CLEAVER, MARTIN L.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • COL. JAMES H. YOUNG, Superintendent First Baptist Sunday School, Raleigh, N. C. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • COLLEGE CHORUS OFFICERS ELIZABETH FULTON SECRETARY REBEKAH MARSH PRESIDENT ELMA CRUTCHFIELD VICE-PRESIDENT MATILDA JONES TREASURER FALL TERM MATTIE ANGEL VICE-PRESDIENT MARION DANIEL PRESIDENT ALBERTA THOMPSON TREASURER SPRING TERM G. SCOTT HUNTER ORGANIST MARIE DAVENPORT PIANIST From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • COLONEL ALBERT L. COX [Frontispiece Image] From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • COLONEL JOHN VANB. METTS. [Frontispiece Image] From History 119th Infantry, 60th Brigade, 30th Division, U.S.A. Operations in Belgium and France, 1917-1919.


  • COLONEL S. L. FAISON Formerly Commanding General 60th Brigade. From History 119th Infantry, 60th Brigade, 30th Division, U.S.A. Operations in Belgium and France, 1917-1919.


  • [CONRAD, WILLIAM R.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • COOKING CLASS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • CORADDI STAFF JOYCE RUDISILL ASST. EDITOR MARY BLAIR EDITOR-IN CHIEF CAREY BATCHELOR ASST. EDITOR AUGUSTA SAPP ASST. EDITOR NANNIE MAE SMITH ASST. EDITOR EMELINE GOFORTH ASST. EDITOR JOSEPHINE JENKINS BUSINESS MANAGER MARY BLACKWELL ASST. EDITOR MARGARET MURRAY BUSINESS MANAGER From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • CORNELIAN SOCIETY From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • CORNELIAN SOCIETY OFFICERS RUTH VICK PRESIDENT SATIE HUNT VICE-PRESIDENT HANNAH MAE FLEETWOOD TREASURER FIRST TERM KATHLEEN MOSELEY CORRESPONDING SECRETARY MABEL RUDISILL RECORDING SECRETARY ELIZABETH BLACK CRITIC MARY SUE WEAVER PRESIDENT ELIZABETH FOUST VICE-PRESIDENT SECOND TERM KATHERINE GASTON RECORDING SECRETARY ANNIE LAMBE CRITIC From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [COX, GEO. A.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [CRAIG, ALFRED CARR] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • Curing Tobacco in Kentucky. A fine, healthy leaf is produced by the wise use of V-C Fertilizers. See last page for additional evidence of this. From Tobacco.


  • [DAGENHART, L. D.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [DANIEL, HUGH S.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [DAVIS, LAWRENCE NEWTON] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • DIKEAN OFFICERS VERA PASCHALPRESIDENT LUCRETIA ASHBY VICE-PRESIDENT RUTH HIGGINS TREASURER FALL TERM EVA LEE SINK CORRESPONDING SECRETARY MATILDA LATTIMORE RECORDING SECRETARY JINSIE UNDERWOOD CRITIC LULA MARTIN MCIVER PRESIDENT MATTIE ANGEL VICE-PRESIDENT RUTH HIGGINS TREASURER SPRING TERM HULDAH HOLLOMAN CORRESPONDING SECRETARY ALICE ELLIOTT RECORDING SECRETARY MILDRED BURCH CRITIC From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Dixie Reid] [Alena Rhyne] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [DORTCH, HUGH] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [DORTCH, LEWIS GASTON] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [DOWNS, DAVID G.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • DRAMATIC CLUB LAVINIA POWELL MARGARET HEINSBERGER LOUISE LOETSCH PAULINE GREEN PRESIDENT HORTENSE MOSELEY FRANCES SINGLETON FLORENCE WAY BETTY JONES VIRGINIA DAVIS LULA MARTIN MCIVER From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • DRAMATIC CLUB JOSEPHINE JENKINS OMAH WILLIAMS KATHERINE GASTON HELEN CREASY ELIZABETH LINDSEY ETHEL BYNUM AILEEN SAUNDERS MARY BLACKWELL ANNE CANTRELL MAY BELLE PENN ALLEEN MULDER From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • E. M. HOLT. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • [EARLE, JAMES R.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [EARNHARDT, CLAUD T.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • EDITORS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • EDITORS MITCHELL, BOOTH, CAUBLE, LANDIS, SHUFORD, DUKE, JEFFREYS, DIXON, STANCILL, MCKAY, GREEN, MORING From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Elizabeth Black] [Frances Black] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Elizabeth Odell Smith] [Nannie May Smith] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [ELLIASON, GEORGE] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • ENOCH MANUEL AND WIFE, SARAH E. MANUEL, DAUGHTER OF AMOS HARDING--Dismal Township, Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • ENOCH MANUEL, JR., AND FAMILY Dismal Township, Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • [Essie Glass] [Amabel Graham] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Eunice Broadwell] [Lottie Burnsides] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Eunice McAdams] [Isabelle McDowell] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • EXECUTIVE BOARD AT PINEHURST, MAY, 1925 The Superiority of Mind Over Matter "No Hats" From History of the North Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs 1901-1925.


  • [Photograph] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • F. K. BALL CHAS. BASKERVILLE A. S. WHEELER C. L. RAPER M. C. S. NOBLE H. F. LINSCOTT T. J. WILSON From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • FACULTY AND STUDENTS. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • FACULTY ANNIE F. PETTY, LENA DAVIES, ANNE LEE SHUFORD, MAMIE TOLAR, INEZ DAUGHTREY, ELIZA N. WOOLLARD, MAMIE G. BANNER, PATTIE MCADAMS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • FACULTY CORA STRONG, CHARLES J. BROCKMANN, LAURA H. COIT, MARY SETTLE SHARP, MARTHA E. WINFIELD, NETTIE LEETE PARKER, EUGENE W. GUDGER, BERTHA M. BELL From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • FACULTY KATHERINE M. MCNAUGHTON, BESSIE DANIEL, ETTA SPIER, HERMANN H. HOEXTER, HINDA T. HILL, EUGENIA HARRIS, ANNA L. HOWARD From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • FACULTY LAURA L. BROCKMANN, JUNIUS MATHESON, IVAH BAGBY, L. CLARE CASE, REBECCA SCHENCK, ROBERT A. MERRITT, MYRA ALDERMAN ALBRIGHT, MARY ROBINSON From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • FACULTY OELAND L. BARNETT, JULIA DAMERON, NELLIE BOND, ANNA M. GOVE, MINNIE L. JAMISON, BERTHA M. LEE, W. C. SMITH, MARY M. PETTY From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • FACULTY SUE NASH, ANNIE W. WILEY, RUTH FITZGERALD, LIZZIE MCIVER WEATHERSPOON, LUCY VIELE THURSTON, ANNE MEADE MICHAUX, IONE H. DUNN, IOLA V. EXUM, SETHELLE BOYD, ANNIE MARTIN MCIVER, ETHEL LEWIS HARRIS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • THE FEEBLEMINDED BREED FEEBLEMINDED WE PAY THE COST From Biennial Report of the State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, December 1, 1920 to June 30, 1922.


  • Field in upper view produced about 100 lbs. to the acre, field in lower view produced an average of 1,000 lbs. to the acre. V-C Fertilizers were applied on field shown in lower view, whereas V-C Fertilizers were not applied on fields shown in upper view. Lower view is on field of Mr. J. W. Blankenship's farm, near Danville, Va. From Tobacco.


  • Fig. 27. Group of Southern Cotton Mill Operatives.--Summer Costume. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 28. Group of Southern Cotton Mill Operatives. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 7. Old Slaves and Their Cabin. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • First Lieutenant Allan W. Douglass, of Battery E. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • First Lieutenant Christian E. Mears, Regimental Radio and Telephone Officer. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • First Lieutenant Joseph Lonergon, of the Supply Company, Regimental Munitions Officer. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • First Lieutenant LeRoy C. Hand, of Battery B. He commanded the battery while Captain Rodman was serving as adjutant of the First Battalion. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • First Lieutenant William P. Whittaker, Regimental Gas Officer. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • [Flossie Foster] [Hattie Fox] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [FOGLEMAN, T. R.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • FRANCIS FRIES. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • FRANK, BROTHER OF SERGEANT EDGAR M. HALLYBURTON, WHO HAS RECENTLY DIED FROM A SHELL WOUND INFLICTED IN A FIGHT ON THE HILLS OF FRANCE. From Sergeant Hallyburton, the First American Soldier Captured in the World War.


  • Fred. Douglass. [Frontispiece Image] From Frederick Douglass.


  • FRESHMAN CLASS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From A Grandmother's Recollections of Dixie.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From The Ashe County Case.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From A Call for Nurses.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Liberty Loan.


  • [Frontispiece Image] JOHN MERRICK AT THE AGE OF 58 From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • [FRY, PHILIP T.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [FRY, WILLIAM GLENN] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • G. W. BULLOCK, D.D., Former District Missionary, Western North Carolina. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • GENERAL ALBERT SYDNEY JOHNSTON. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • GENERAL WADE HAMPTON. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Military Reminiscences of Gen. Wm. R. Boggs, C.S.A.


  • Giants on the Pilot Mountain, N. C., farm of Mr. McR. Smith. That this is a giant tobacco crop is evidenced by this picture. which shows Mr. Smith on the left whose height is 6 feet 2 inches, and the other man's height is 6 feet 8 inches. Mr. Smith is an enthusiastic V-C Fertilizer user. From Tobacco.


  • [GIFFORD, JOHN JAMES] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [GILES, HOLLIE CLYDE] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [GOODMAN, HOLLY LOVE] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [GRAHAM, LAWRENCE] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • Group of English Prisoners Working on the Farms of Kossebade. The Author has a Pipe in his Mouth, and Albert, Mentioned in Chapter VI, Stands at his Right From The Memoirs of a Swine in the Land of Kultur, or, How it Felt to be a Prisoner of War.


  • H. P. HAMMETT. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • H. V. WILSON COLLIER COBB J. E. SHEPHERD J. C. MACRAE CHAS. S. MANGUM E. V. HOWELL H. C. TOLMAN From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • [HAKIM, CHARLES M.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [HALL, N. F.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [HANNON, WILLIAM M.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • HARDY A. BREWINGTON Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • [HARRIS, HARRISON PEARLIE] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [HATEM, A. S.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • Headquarters Company. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Headquarters Company. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • HENRY BLEDSOLE AND WIFE, HANNAH, FORMERLY HANNAH WARRICK, OF ROBESON COUNTY They now reside in Dismal Township, Sampson County. They are both fair tyes of Croatan Indians. Henry is the son of William J. Bledsole and wife whose pictures appear elsewhere in this booklet From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • Here is another man who is proud of his Tobacco Crop. Mr. J. W. Mathews, of Charlie Hope, Va., is a firm believer in, and user of V-C Fertilizers. He used 800 pounds per acre on this crop which yielded a handsome profit. From Tobacco.


  • Here's a wonderful picture of 60,000 hills of excellent Tobacco on the farm of Mr. P. H. Thomas, Danville, Va. This is an every-year occurance with Mr. Thomas for he has now used V-C Fertilizers for over 16 years. He annually profits by it. From Tobacco.


  • [HESSEE, JAMES L.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [HILL, EDWIN G.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [HINSON, GUY R.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [HOLLEMAN, WALTER EDWIN] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • HON. FREDERICK DOUGLASS From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • HON. J. T. REYNOLDS, Corresponding Secretary Baptist State Sunday School Convention, 1877-1888. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • [Hortense Mosely] [Kathleen Moseley] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Idle Comments.


  • Inter-Collegiate Government Association Officers From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Inter-Society Debates From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • ISAAC B. F. MOORE. [Frontispiece Image] From Reminiscences of Isaac and Sukey, Slaves of B. F. Moore, of Raleigh, N.C.


  • J. A. WHITTED. [Frontispiece Image] From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • J. F. ROYSTER N. W. WALKER W. M. DEY I. H. MANNING L. P. MCGEHEE PALMER COBB A. C. MCINTOSH From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • J. H. COOK Department of Education E. J. FORNEY Business Department J. P. GIVLER Department of Biology From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • J. I. FOUST, President From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • J. W. GORE THOMAS HUME J. A. HOLMES F. P. VENABLE W. B. PHILLIPS J. L. LOVE GEO. F. ATKINSON From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • "Jack Thorne" From "Eagle Clippings" by Jack Thorne Newspaper Correspondent and Story Teller, A Collection of His Writings to Various Newspapers.


  • JAMES R. McCONNELL [Frontispiece Image] "I frankly confess to a feeling of marked satisfaction at receiving that grade [Sergeant] in the world's finest army" (See page 45) From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • John J. George, President and Owner of Vivian Cotton Mill, Mayor of Cherryville. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • [Frontispiece Image] From My Own Life, or, A Deserted Wife.


  • JOHN M. MOREHEAD. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • John P Green. AT SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS OF AGE. [Frontispiece Image] From Fact Stranger Than Fiction. Seventy-Five Years of a Busy Life with Reminiscences of Many Great and Good Men and Women.


  • JOHN W. LEAK. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • [JOHNSTON, LOUIS E.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • JONAH MANUEL AND FAMILY Dismal Township, Sampson County These children attend Shiloh Indian School From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • JONATHAN GOODMAN The subject of this sketch is now 76 years old and resides in Honeycutts Township, Sampson County. His wife, now dead, was Dorcas Maynor. Their children and grandchildren attend the Indian school in Herrings Township. Jonathan Goodman's father was Timothy Goodman and his mother was Nancy Maynor. The records in the Register of Deeds' office of Sampson County show that Timothy Goodman was a large land owner before the Civil War, and after his death his widow, Nancy Goodman, was assigned dower in this land in Sampson County, according to these records. She was a typical Croatan Indian and showed no traces of negro blood. Jonathan's grandmother was Nancy Revell, and the Revell family are now prominent Croatans in Robeson County. From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • JUDGE DICK'S SPRING--WALLED UP BY HIM, 1840. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • JUNE BREWINGTON, SON OF J. ARTHUR BREWINGTON, GRANDSON OF HARDY BREWINGTON Herrings Township, Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • JUNIOR CLASS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • JUNIOR MARSHALS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [KALE, WALKER FRANKLIN] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [Frontispiece Image] KEMP P. BATTLE GEORGE T. WINSTON EDWIN A. ALDERMAN FRANCIS P. VENABLE From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • KIFFIN ROCKWELL, OF ASHEVILLE, N. C. Who was killed in an air duel over Verdun "Kiffin was imbued with the spirit of the cause for which he fought. He said: 'I pay my part for Lafayette and Rochambeau' " (See page 97) From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier.


  • Lavinia R. Fulton From "Eagle Clippings" by Jack Thorne Newspaper Correspondent and Story Teller, A Collection of His Writings to Various Newspapers.


  • Left to Right: Lee Locklear. Steve Lowrey, French Locklear French Locklear married the daughter of J. Arthur Brewington, of Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • LENA KERNODLE President Student Government From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Lena Kernodle] [Annie Lambe] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • LEVANDER MANUEL, SON OF ENOCH MANUEL Dismal Township, Sampson County Educated at Pembroke Indian Normal School. Last Teacher of Shiloh Indian School, Dismal Township, Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • Lieutenant Jacques J. L. Popelin, of the French Army. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Lieutenant-Colonel Sidney C. Chambers. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • LILLIAN JACKSON, Class Mascot From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • LINCOLN HOSPITAL NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL From Thirty-Eighth Annual Report, 1938.


  • LITTLE TEMPIE PARKER HARRIS (Sponsor for the Adelphian Society) From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [LOCKERBIE, DAVID] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [Lula Martin McIver] [Jessie McNeill] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • LUTHER BLEDSOLE AND CHILDREN AND HENRY BLEDSOLE AND WIFE, HANAH Dismal Township, Sampson Co., N. C. Hannah Bledsole was Hannah Warrick of Robeson County. She has three brothers now living in Robeson County who have large families of children, all attending the Indian Schools From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • M. H. STACY L. R. WILSON W. DE B. MACNIDER C. H. HERTY G. M. MCKIE G. B. VILES H. W. CHASE From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • [Mabel Robinson] [Minnie Rodwell] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Major Alfred L. Bulwinkle, Commanding the Second Battalion. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Major Claude L. Pridgen, Regimental Surgeon. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Major Lennox P. McLendon, who commanded Battery C throughout its service at home and in France until promoted in February, 1919. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Major Louis B. Crayton, who commanded Battery E until promoted in February, 1919. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Major Robert M. Hanes, in command of Battery A until promoted in February, 1919. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Major Thaddeus G. Stem, Commanding the First Battalion. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • [MAKRIS, GUS] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [MALLARD, JOHN BETHEA] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • THE MAN WHO CARRIED THE LAST FLAG OF TRUCE [Frontispiece Image] From The Last Flag of Truce.


  • [1. MANNING, FREDERICK CAIN, 2nd Lt. Trench Mortar, 4th Battln.; 2. MARKHAM, JOHN L., Sergt., 137th F. A., Batt. F, 81st Div.; 3. MARKHAM, W. B., Private, 306th Engineers, Co. C, 81st Div.; 4. McKINNON, HAL. A., Private, Baker and Cook School.; 5. McPHAIL, J. D., Corpl. Inf., Co. L, 119th Inf., 30th Div. 6. MELSON, WILLIAM JESSE, Corp. Inf., Co. H, 30th Div., 19th Reg.; 7. MONROE, JNO. W., Private, Inf., Hdqrs. Co., 81st Div., 321st Inf.; 8. MONROE, LAUCHLIN DEATON, Private, Inf. 54th Co.; 9. MONROE, KENNETH, Private, Inf., 54th Co.; 10. MOORE, ROBERT ALEXANDER, Capt. Med. 11. NICKS, JESSE GRAHAM, Private, Co. H, 30th Div., 119th Inf. Reg.; 12. PARISE, FERDINAND, Private, 1st Class, A. E. F., Hdqrs. Co., A. E. F. in Siberia, Russia; 13. PATTERSON, CLAUD FERMAN, Apprentice Seaman, 1st Co., 7th Reg., Blue Jacket Guards.; 14. PATTERSON, FRANK A., Seaman, 2nd Class, U. S. N. R. F.; 15. PIERCE, BONE YWILSON, Private, -st Class, Medical Corps, B. H. 65 16. POSTON, IRA G., Mech., Inf. Replacement, Co. No. 9.; 17. RAWLES, CLIFTON HENRY, Private, Co. F, 30th Div., 120th Reg.; 18. RILEY, ENOCH, Private, 1st Class, Co. H, 30th Div., 120th Reg. Inf.; 19. ROSS, MANGUM L., Private 1st Class, Bathing Unit, 89th Div., Med.; 20. RUSH, BAXTER, Private, Inf., 48th Co. 21. SAYLOR, SIMEON LEE, Cook, 308th Motor Supply Tr., Co. 7, 83rd.; 22. SCARBRO, D. P., Private, Light Atly., Batry. A, 2nd Div., F. A. R. D.; 23. SMITHDEAL, A. FRED, 2nd Lt., Inf., Co. K, 81st Div., 321st Reg.; 24. SNOW, WILLIAM R., Sergt. Art., Baty. B, 81st Div., 317 Reg.; 25. STAFFORD, L. CLEMENT, 1st Lt., Inf., Co. F, 2nd Div., Regulars, 23rd Reg. 26. STOKES, PINKNEY B., Sergt., Ambulance Co., 321st Co., 306th San. Tr., 81st Div.; 27. TALLY, ROBAH G., Sergt. Exp. Mechanic, 1st Corps Atty. Park, Co. 3; 28. THOMPSON, R. T., Seaman, U. S. Navy; of Wake County; 29. THOMPSON, TRAVIS, Private 1st Class, Co. D, 119th Inf., 30th Div.; 30. TURNER, J. ROY, Private, Supply Tr., Co. C, 81st Div., 306th Reg.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • MARIETTA COMPTON. From Life of Lucius B. Compton, the Mountain Evangelist, or, From the Depths of Sin to the Heights of Holiness.


  • [Mary H. Blair] [Viva Bordeaux] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • MARY LOUISE COOPER Our Mascot From History of the North Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs 1901-1925.


  • [Mary Louise Nixon] [Rosa Oliver] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Mary Stearns] [Pauline Stone] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Mary Y. Growell Ruth C. Wilson Lena Whitley Stella Williams Rachael Barwick Mildred Barrington From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Maude Pierce] [Blanche Plott] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [McAULIFFE, ROBERT T.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [McCASKILL, JOHN M.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [MEDFORD, JOHN W.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [MELLAS, MIKE H.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • MISS FLORENCE MITCHELL, SECRETARY, Louisville, Ky. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • MISS MARGUERITE ROBINSON. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • [MONROE, EARL] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [MORROW, JAMES M.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [MORTON, LEO W.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • MR. AND MRS. GEORGE B. HALLYBURTON. From Sergeant Hallyburton, the First American Soldier Captured in the World War.


  • MR. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON. DR. BROOKS From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • Mr. Edmond Fox's Tobacco Fields, East Hartford, Conn., who used 3,000 lbs. per acre of V-C Fertilizers, producing a yield of 1,900 lbs. of fine Tobacco per acre. It pays to use V-C on Tobacco. From Tobacco.


  • MR. J. H. BIVANS, General Agent Latta University MR. D. R. DAVIS, Former Gen. Agt. Latta University. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • MR. R. R. BELLAMY'S RESIDENCE. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • MRS. CHAS. D. McIVER From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • MRS. JESSE MERCER BATTLE (Laura Elizabeth Lee) [Frontispiece Image] From Forget-me-nots of the Civil War; A Romance, Containing Reminiscences and Original Letters of Two Confederate Soldiers.


  • MRS. M. K. SMITH, Teacher Latta University. DOROTHY FUNDERBURK, Secretary. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • [MURPHY, MERCUS M.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • N. F. ROBERTS, D D. President Baptist State Sunday School Convention of North Carolina From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • N.C. SUPERINTENDENTS OF PUBLIC WELFARE, PHOTO by Wolcotts, Black Mtn., N.C. From Biennial Report of the North Carolina State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, July 1, 1938 to June 30, 1940.


  • NEW BETHEL INDIAN SCHOOL Herrings Township, Sampson Co., N. C. From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • No. 1--NEW YEAR'S DAY AT ATHERTON MILLS, CHARLOTTE N. C. Mr. Hine was refused permission to photograph children in the mill. These doffer boys were photographed at the noon hour. No. 2.--HIGH SHOALS. Mill running at eight p. m. Mr. Hine was forbidden to photograph children. This mill and one at Atherton, where also photographing was forbidden, are under the management of D. A. Tompkins, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the "National Child Labor Commission." From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 10.--DANIEL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LINCOLNTON, N. C. Six years old. Stays all day in the mill where his mother and sister work. Is beginning to "help" a little and will probably soon be regularly at work, though his name may not appear on the payroll. No. 11.--GASTONIA, N. C. Boy on right of picture is ten years old. Has worked three years in the mill, though in school part of the time. Boy on left said he was twelve years old. Has worked in the mill two years and at night nine months. Work below the age of twelve years in factories, even as apprentices, is illegal. Work at night is illegal before the fourteenth birthday. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 12.--SCOTLAND MILLS, LAURINBURG, N. C. Tallest lad about fourteen years old, has worked eight years in mill, six years at night. The next in height has worked there three years. No. 13.--DICKSON MILL, LAURINBURG, N. C. Children of night superintendent. Bessie runs four sides, his worked two years at night. Frank (smallest) doffer, has worked two years at night. George (largest) doffer, has worked three years at night. Was proud that he could write his name. Night work of all these children is illegal. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 15--1. DILLON MILL, DILLON, S. C.--Tallest girl has helped six months in mill; Mamie, holding baby, three years. 2. MAPLE MILL, DILLON S. C.--Larger sister one year in the mill; the mother said the little sister "helps", but a bystander said "She works regularly". 3. IVEY MILL, HICKORY. N. C.--Doffers and sweepers. The president of this mill says: "Not over ten per cent of the mills observe it" (the child labor law). 4. SPRINGSTEIN MILLS, CHESTER, S. C.--Saturday ball game. Boy with ball is twelve years old, fifty-two inches tall, a weaver running six looms. Two years in mill. 5. EUREKA COTTON MILL, CHESTER, S. C.--Tallest, ten years in the mill; second three years; shortest, ten years old fifty-two inches tall, two years in the mill, spinning, earns sixty cents a day. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 16.--NEWBERRY MILLS, S. C. Noon hour. All are employees. The unguarded wheel and belt at the left are sinister neighbors for little girls' arms, skirts and braids. There was no factory inspection in South Carolina. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 17 WYLIE MILL, CHESTER, S. C. The barefoot lad, now thirteen years old, has worked since he was six. He has lost part of a finger in machinery. The other boy, now eleven, has worked a year. No. 18. TYPES OF ADULT OPERATIVES, CLINTON, S. C. No. 19. MAPLE MILLS, DILLON, S. C. Taller boy has doffed four years, gets forty cents a day. Shorter boy, ten year old, three years in the mill, runs three sides; gets thirty cents a day. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 20.--WHERE MILL CHILDREN GO TO SCHOOL AT LANCASTER, S. C. Enrollment 163, attendance usually about 100. There are more than 1,000 operatives in the mill. The mill is geographically part of Lancaster, but on account of the taxes has been kept just out of the corporate limits. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 25.--GOING HOME AFTER DARK. A group of employees at the Clinton, S. C. Mill, going home from work after dark. The photograph was taken by flashlight, as the superintendent would not allow pictures to be taken in the mill. From this it appears that even where there is no night work, the eleven-hour day requires children to go to work while it is yet dark and to work till after nightfall. No. 26.--"BACK TO THE FARM." Wylie Mill, Chester, S. C.--The boy holding the calf, which he is raising for beef, has worked in the mill two years. Next to him is his little brother, a "helper" in the mill. Next stands another worker. The father says: "Just as soon as the boys get big enough to handle a plow we go straight back to the farm. The factory is no place for boys." Let us hope that this plan will be realized in time to save the two babies! From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 5.--COTTON MILL, WHITNEL, N. C. On the night shift, waiting for the whistle. Smallest boy and girl about fifty inches tall. Smallest girl had been in mill two years, six months at night. One medium sized boy had doffed four years, partly at night, and gets sixty cents a night. Work after eight p. m. is illegal for children under fourteen years. No. 6.--COTTON MILL, WHITNEL, N. C. Spinner, fifty-one inches tall, runs four sides, earns forty-eight cents a day. Two years in the mill. Ten boys and girls about this size on day shift and ten on night, among fifty employees on each shift. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 7. KESSLER MANUFACTURING CO. SALISBURY N. C. Superintendent Mason (only man in the picture) consented to taking photograph on condition that "things must be represented as they were." Here they are! No. 8. LORAY MILL, GASTONIA, N.C. Closing hour after twelve-hour day. One of the smallest boys said he had been in the mill two or three years. He is now twelve years old. No. 9. WAMPUM MANUFACTURING CO. LINCOLNTON, N. C. Photograph taken at noon hour. Investigator not allowed to take pictures inside the mill. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • NORMAL MAGAZINE STAFF KATE JEFFREYS, OKLA DEES, CLAUDE UMSTEAD, ELIZABETH ROBINSON, LOLA LASLEY, LAURA WEILL From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • NORTH CAROLINA'S BEST CROP--HER CHILDREN From Biennial Report of the State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, December 1, 1920 to June 30, 1922.


  • NORTH CAROLINA FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS On Steps of Capitol, 1909 From History of the North Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs 1901-1925.


  • OBERON, TITANIA AND ATTENDANTS (A Midsummer Night's Dream) From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Officers of the One Hundred and Thirteenth Field Artillery and N. C. O. regimental staff in field equipment. This picture was made at Le Mans, France. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • OFFICERS OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH FIELD ARTILLERY. Top row--left to right: 1st Lieut. J. P. Dodge, 1st Lieut. W. B. Duncan, 1st Lieut. Eugene Allison, 1st Lieut. M. S. Barnett, 1st Lieut. W. P. Whittaker, 2d Lieut. J. F. McManus, 2d Lieut. I. S. Suplee, 2d Lieut. A. J. Chapman, 2d Lieut. C. R. Dosker. 2d row--left to right: 2d Lieut. W. T. Chiles, 1st Lieut. W. E. Baugham, 1st Lieut. C. K. Burgess, 1st Lieut. W. A. Crenshaw, 2d Lieut. E. J. Higgins, 2d Lieut. E. M. Heddon. 3d row--left to right: Capt. W. V. Bowman, Capt. P. B. Smith, 1st Lieut. H. C. Bennett, Capt. E. E. Boyce, 1st Lieut. C. E. Mears, 1st Lieut. O. H. Guion, 1st Lieut. Joel W. Massey, 1st Lieut. L. C. Hand. 4th row--left to right: Capt. N. B. Vairin, Capt. R. R. Morrison, Maj. L. P. McLendon, Chaplain B. R. Lacy, Maj. L. B. Crayton, Maj. R. M. Hanes, 1st Lieut. J. G. Hoffman. Bottom row--left to right: Capt. R. P. Beaman, Maj. A. L. Bulwinkle, Maj. C. L. Pridgen, Col. Albert L. Cox, Lieut.-Col. S. C. Chambers, Maj. T. G. Stem, Capt. K. M. Hardison, Capt. R. D. Dixon, Capt. B. S. Royster. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • [OMOHUNDRO, JAMES T., JR.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • On this 20-acre field of Tobacco on farm of Mr. T. A. Cage, South Boston, Va., 1,000 lbs. of V-C Fertilizers were used to the acre, producing 1,400 lbs. of fine Tobacco to the acre. There are quite a few progressive Tobacco growers in South Boston, who have learned to know the great value of V-C in producing fine and bumper crops of Tobacco. From Tobacco.


  • ORPHANAGE BAND, LATTA UNIVERSITY. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • [ORRELL, F. S.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • OTHER MEMBERS OF THE REGIMENTAL N. C. O. STAFF. At the Top--Left to right: Bat. Sgt. Major Marvin M. Capps and Corporal E. W. Harrington. Center: Sergeant Arthur B. Corey. At Bottom--Left to right: Color Sergeants George N. Taylor and Wilbon O. Huntley. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • P. H. DAGGETT J. M. BELL W. H. BROWN ARCHIBALD HENDERSON C. T. WOOLLEN T. E. HICKERSON R. A. HALL From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • [PAPPAS, GUS J.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [PAPPAS, MATHEW J.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • Part of the Regimental N. C. O. Staff--Left to right: R. S. M. Jacob E. Lambert, Jr., R. S. M. William A. Allen, R. S. M. Kenneth J. Nixon, B. S. M. Hugh A. Pollard, R. S. M. Laudie E. Dimmette. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • [Pauline Green] [Blanche Grigg] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [1 HOOKER, GROVER MONROE, Gunner's Mate, 1st Class. 2 OWEN, MARVIN J., Private, 1st Class, Co. C, 28th Div., Reg. 303, Field Artillery. 3 HARRIS, DAVID HAMIT, 1st Class Private, 120th Inf., Co. L, Div. 30th, 3rd Reg. 4 BENNETT, J. P., Private 1st Class, Co. E, 322nd Reg., 81st Div., Inf. 5 CARLTON, WILL C., Corpl., Co. A, 30th Div., 120th Inf. 6 HOOKER, GEORGE R., 1st Class Private, Co. B, 42nd Div., 117th T. H. and M. P. 7 PECK, C. A., Musician, Ammunition Tr., Co. D, 81st Div., Reg. 306 Ammunition Tr. 8 DRUM, WILL, Private, Inf., Co. G., 30th Div., 119th Regt. 9 THRASHER, JOEL W., 1st Class Private, Co. C, Dixie Div., 5th Regt. 10 BURRIS, B. F., Sergt., 10th Co., Air Service, 1st Div., 2nd Regt. 11 SMITH, NESTOR LEE, Private 1st Class, Co. 4, 7th Engineers, 1st Div. 12 PROCTOR, H. G., Private 1st Class, Bathing Unit, 89th Div., Med. 13 CARLTON, JOHN F., Saddler, F. A., Bty. B, 81st Div., 318th Regt. 14 GOINS, CHARLES LEE, Pvt., Co. A, 30th Div., 120th Regt. 15 ROWE, JOHN L., 1st Class Private, Co. A, 30th Div., 120th Inf. 16 DAVIS, HENRY L., Corpl, M. G. Co. No. 16. 17 BROOM, DeWITT, Private, Btry. A, 33rd Div., 124th F. A. 18 SHAW, JAMES, Private, Co. F, 53rd Pioneer Inf. 19 JOHNSON, LAWSON A., Private 1st Class, 1st N. C. Inf., 30th Div. 20 RICKARD, JOHN R., Corpl., Co. G, 30th Div., 119th Inf. 21 PARKER, WILLIAM J., 1st Sergt., Co. A, 120th Inf., 30th Div. 22 MARTIN, CARROL FINLEY, Private 1st Class, 2nd Regt., F. A. R. D., Aty. 23 KELLOUGH, DAVID S., Private 1st Class, Co. F, 303rd Regt., 78th Div., Engineers. 24 JOHNSON, LAWRENCE H., Private, Field Hospital, 30th Div., 105th San. Tr. 25 WATSON, CHARLIE C., 1st Class Private, Co. K, 4th Div., 47th Inf. 26 ELLENBURG, DEWEY, Private 1st Class, Co. G, 30th Div., 120th Regt., Inf. 27 TUCKER, GEORGE E., Private, Co. D, 5th Div., 11th Inf. 28 BRITT, CHARLIE, Private, M. G. Co. A, 30th Div., 115th M. G. Btn. 29 SHORT, GEO. O., Mechanic, Inf. Replacement, Co. No. 9. 30 CULBRETH, DANIEL C., 2nd Lt., Co. L, 30th Div., 120th Inf.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [1. GOOCH, C. E., Private, Med. Dept. Inf., 7th Div., 65th Reg. 2. HERNDON, TROY S., Private, 1st Class, Inf., Co. B, 81st Div., 322nd Reg. 3. HOLMES, ALEXANDER A,, Corporal Inf., Co. F, 30th Div., 120th Reg. 4. PREDDY, L. LEONADUS, Private 1st Class, F. A., Bty. B, 30th Div., 113th Reg. 5. STRATFORD, PARKE C., C. Ph. Mate, U. S. N., Hdqrs. Co., 6th Marines, 2nd Div. 6. WESTER, JOHN LEE, Sergt., Adjt. Gen. Dept. 7. WETHERINGTON, AMOS D., Private, F. A., Bty. A, 30th Div., 113th Reg. B 8. WHELESS, ROBERT LEE, Private 1st Class, Co. G, 318th Reg. 9. WHITESELL, HURLEY E., Private, 17th Oversea Bty., F. A. R. D. 10. WILSON, CLAY M., Private 1st Class, M. G. C., 81st Div., 322nd Reg. 11. WOODARD, PRESTON, Private, Co. D, 119th Inf., 30th Div. 12. WOODLEAF, JOSEPPH B., Private 1st Class, Co. F, 42nd Div., 165th Reg.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [PICKARD, A. C] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • PINE NEEDLES STAFF RUTH ALLISON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ANNE CANTRELL LITERARY EDITOR FLORENCE WAY ASST. BUS. MANAGER ANNIE CUMMINGS BUSINESS MANAGER REBEKAH MARSH ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER WILLIE JORDAN ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR CAROLYN CLARKE CLASS EDITOR JOSCELYN MCDOWELL ASST. ART EDITOR MARY TRUNDLE ART EDITOR ESTHER HOLDEN ASST. ART EDITOR From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [PITT, EDWARD CLIFTON] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • PORTIA AND NERRISSA From the Merchant of Venice, Given by the Adelphian Society From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [POU, EDWIN SMITH] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • PRESIDENT JULIUS I. FOUST From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. REV. M. L. LATTA. WILLIAM MCKINLEY, Ex-President. GROVER CLEVELAND, Ex-President. REV. M. L. LATTA AND THREE OF HIS ADMIRABLE PRESIDENTS. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • PROF. JOHN WALTER PAISLEY, Author Poem "The Voice of Mizraim." From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • PROF. R. W. BROWN, President Western Baptist Sunday School Convention. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • Pvt. 1st Class J. W. Melton, of Battery E. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Pvt. 1st Class J. W. Pittman, of Headquarters Company. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Pvt. 1st Class Robey E. Campbell, of Battery E. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Pvt. George G. Barnes, of Battery E. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Pvt. Robert L. Alston, of Battery E. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • QUILL CLUB FRANCES BLACK SECRETARY AND TREASURER MARY H. BLAIR PRESIDENT MARY STEARNS VICE-PRESIDENT MARY BYRD BLACKWELL EMILINE GOFORTH NANNIE MAY SMITH ANNE CANTRELL MAY BELLE PENN JOYCE RUDISILL NELLIE CRAIG ELIZABETH CALVERT AUGUSTA SAPP HELEN DUNN CREASY ANNE FULTON FLORINE DAVENPORT VIRGINIA TERRELL MATILDA LATTIMORE MABEL STAMPER CAREY BATCHELOR MR. CHARLES B. SHAW MR. A. C. HALL MR. R. H. THORNTON HONORARY MEMBERS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • R. B. FITZGERALD ONE OF THE INNER GROUP WHOSE BRICKYARD CAN MAKE 30,000 BRICKS A DAY From The Upbuilding of Black Durham. The Success of the Negroes and Their Value to a Tolerant and Helpful Southern City.


  • [Rebekah Marsh] [Katherine Millsaps] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Reid Parker] [Vera Paschal] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Rena Butler] [Eliza Capehart] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • RESIDENT STAFF--1938-1939 From Thirty-Eighth Annual Report, 1938.


  • REV W. H. ROBINSON AND DAUGHTER, MARGUERITE. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • REV. A. B. VINCENT, Sunday School Missionary for Eastern North Carolina. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. A. D. BETTS, D. D., of the North Carolina Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South. From Experience of a Confederate Chaplain, 1861-1864.


  • REV. A. SHEPARD, D.D., Pastor White Rock Baptist Church. Ex-Sunday School Missionary for North Carolina. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. C. H. WILLIAMSON, A.M., Business Manager Baptist Sentinel. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. C. S. BROWN, D.D., President Waters Institute. President Lott-Cary Convention. President Educational and Missionary Convention of N. C. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. G. W. HOLLAND, Pastor First Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, N. C., for Twenty-eight Years. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. G. W. JOHNSON, D.D., Moderator Rowan Baptist Association. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. G. W. MOORE, Sunday School Missionary for Eastern North Carolina. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. H. M. TUPPER, D, D. Founder and First President (1865-1893) of Shaw University. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. HARRY COWAN, Pioneer in Baptist Work in North Carolina. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. M. L. LATTA AND WIFE. [1st Frontispiece Image] From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • REV. M. L. LATTA WHEN HE FIRST COMMENCED TO BUILD LATTA UNIVERSITY. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • REV. R. H. HARPER, Bear Creek Association. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. S. H. WITHERSPOON, D.D., Corresponding Secretary Educational and Missionary Convention of North Carolina. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. THOMAS PARKER, Moderator Kenansville Eastern Association. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • REV. W. A. BETTS, PH. B. (UNIV. OF N. C.) Methodist Episcopal Church, South. South Carolina Conference. From Experience of a Confederate Chaplain, 1861-1864.


  • REV. W. H. ROBINSON, AUTHOR. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • [RHODES, GORDON LEE] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [RITTER, DUNCAN C.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • ROBERT A. MERRITT, JR., The Class Mascot From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [ROBINSON, MONROE L.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [ROUNTREE, JOSEPH DIXON] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [Ruth Lineberger] [Louise Loetsch] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • S . J. RICHARDSON, Editor Bedford, Ind., Enterprise, who has given valuable assistance and friendship to the author. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • S. N. VASS, D.D., Superintendent of Work Among the Colored People under the American Baptist Publication Society. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • [Sadie Moyle] [Gladys Newman] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Sanitary Detachment. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • [Sarah Eugenia Poole] [Lula Rankin] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [SEAMPULOS, D. GEORGE] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • SENIOR MARSHALS MARY NIXON JENNIE MANN CLARKE ALINE SAUNDERS VIRGINIA DAVIS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SERENA HOOKS AYCOCK Mother of Charles Brantley Aycock. From The Life and Speeches of Charles Brantley Aycock.


  • SERGEANT EDGAR M. HALLYBURTON. From Sergeant Hallyburton, the First American Soldier Captured in the World War.


  • SERGEANT LUFBERY In one of the new Nieuports in which he convoyed the bombardment fleet which attacked Oberndorf. All the American flyers have an Indian head painted on their machines From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • Sergeant Wyatt T. Dixon, Veteran Battery Clerk of C Battery, the only man in the regiment to serve in this capacity throughout the regiment's history. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • SHILOH INDIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL Dismal Township, Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • [SHORT, JURNEY L.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • Shorthand Girls From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [SILER, GORDON L.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [Simone Bazas] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SISTER COMPTON. From Life of Lucius B. Compton, the Mountain Evangelist, or, From the Depths of Sin to the Heights of Holiness.


  • SOLOMON POOL From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • [SOLOMON, RUFUS C.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • Some Melville Mill Homes, and Uncle Vance, Watchman. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • SOME OF THE AMERICANS WHO ARE FLYING FOR FRANCE Left to right: Victor Chapman (killed), Elliot Cowdin, Bert Hall, Lieut. William Thaw, Capt. Thénault, Lieut. de Laage de Mux, Norman Prince (killed), Kiffin Rockwell (killed), and James McConnell From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • Some of the Reasons for the Happy Life of the Workers at Newton Cotton Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • SOPHOMORE CLASS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [STEELE, JAMES F.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • STEPHEN D. LEE. Commander-in-Chief Confederate Veterans. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • [STEWART, CHARLES T.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [STONE, ROBERT H.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [STOUT, ROLAND B.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [STROUPE, CLINTON H.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • STUDENT GOVERNMENT BOARD AGNES CANNADY G. FINCH EVELYN WILSON VIRGINIA TERRELL LULA RANKIN MABLE STAMPER PAULINE MILLER ALENA RHYNE SARAH POOLE DIXIE REID MILDRED PRICE HORTENSE MOSELEY RUTH VICK GLADYS WELLS SUE B. THOMPSON From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Superintendent W. P. Lee. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Supply Company. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • [SWEATT, THOMAS ALFRED] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • T. J. JARVIS MRS. CORNELIA PHILLIPS SPENCER WM. L. SAUNDERS RICHARD H. BATTLE From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • T. K. BORDERS Superintendent 1937-1940 From Report of Superintendent, the Colored Orphanage of North Carolina, February 1, 1937 to June 30, 1940.


  • T. W. BICKETT MRS. T. W. BICKETT From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [TAYLOR, GEORGE N.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • THE CAROLINIAN STAFF MARY BLACKWELL ART EDITOR HELEN CREASY ASS'T MANAGING EDITOR MARY STEARNS MANAGING EDITOR MAITLAND SADLER CIRCULATION MANAGER PAULINE STONE ASS'T BUSINESS MANAGER BLANCHE PLOTT BUSINESS MANAGER LAVINIA POWELL ASS'T BUSINESS MANAGER FRANCES BLACK DESK EDITOR NELL CRAIG DESK EDITOR FLORINE DAVENPORT DESK EDITOR ANNE FULTON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • THE COURT OF THESEUS (A Midsummer Night's Dream) From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • THEODORE BLISS GREEN From Fact Stranger Than Fiction. Seventy-Five Years of a Busy Life with Reminiscences of Many Great and Good Men and Women.


  • This is the kind of Tobacco 700 pounds per acre of V-C Fertilizers helped to grow on Mr. W. M. McAden's farm at Diamond Grove, Va. It pays to use V-C. From Tobacco.


  • This type of Fertilizer Distributor is commonly used for Tobacco, Cotton, Corn and other crops cultivated in rows. The row is marked, opened, the Fertilizer put down and then partly mixed with the soil with the solid wooden wheel which follows in the furrow. See that it is V-C that is applied if you want a really fine crop of Tobacco. From Tobacco.


  • THOMAS RUFFIN GEORGE HOWE J. E. LATTA C. ALPHONSO SMITH J. E. MILLS J. D. BRUNER HUBERT ROYSTER From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • Three views on Mr. W. M. Hinson's Tobacco fields, Enfield, Conn., who used 3,000 lbs. of V-C Fertilizers per acre, reaping a bountiful crop of fine Tobacco. See article on Northern Grown Tobacco, page 46. From Tobacco.


  • [Title Page Image] From My Future Depends Upon You! The Colored Orphanage of North Carolina.


  • "TOPS" WE HAVE KNOWN Group of veteran First Sergeants. Two of these, First Sergeant Blount, of Battery B, and First Sergeant Harris, of Battery A, were Saumur graduates and were attached to their old batteries. First Sergeant Tuttle, of Battery E, was the only one of the group to serve as "Top" from the organization of his outfit to demobilization. Left to right they are: Top row--Henderson, Headquarters Company; Crowell, Battery D; Bell, Battery A. Middle row--Blount, Battery B; Harris, Battery A; Hill, Battery F. Bottom row--Carroll, Battery C; Latham, Battery B; Tuttle, Battery E; Conrad, Supply Company. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Two acres of Broad-leaf Tobacco on farm of Mr. Louis R. Lobdell, Vernon, Conn. Some leaves measured 3 ft. long and 19 inches wide. Of course Mr. Lobdell used V-C Fertilizers. From Tobacco.


  • TWO MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN ESCADRILLE Of the French Flying Service, who were killed flying for France Upper picture: Norman Prince, of Boston, Mass. Lower picture: Victor Chapman, of New York City From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • Typical Pitt County Production From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • [VALLAS, P. G.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [Vera Louise Ward] [Mary Sue Weaver] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Views of the School, Homes, Office, and Prosperous Workers at Vance Cotton Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • [Virginia Faison Davis] [Edna Evans] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Virginia Tinsley] [Ruth Vick] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • W. C. COKER A. H. PATTERSON W. S. BERNARD EDWIN MIMS J. H. PRATT E. K. GRAHAM P. H. WINSTON From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • W. C. JACKSON Department of History WADE R. BROWN Department of Music From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • "WHISKEY" The lion and mascot of the American flying squadron in France From Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun.


  • [WHITESIDE, CHAS. B.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • WHOLESOME RECREATION AT ONE OF THE ORPHANAGES From Biennial Report of the State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, December 1, 1920 to June 30, 1922.


  • WILLIAM GREGG. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • WILLIAM J. BLEDSOLE AND WIFE, NANCY ANN BLEDSOLE, SISTER OF ENOCH MANUEL--Dismal Township, Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • WILLIAM SIMMONS Sampson County From The Croatan Indians of Sampson County, North Carolina. Their Origin and Racial Status. A Plea for Separate Schools.


  • [Willie Lou Jordan] [Juanita Kearns] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [WINSTON, ABRAM RENCHER] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [WISHART, WILLIAM E.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • WM. J. MARTIN. ALBERT M. SHIPP. JOHN T. WHEAT. B. S. HEDRICK. HILDRETH H. SMITH. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • [WOOLLEN, BRYAN W.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [WOOLLEN, MARSHALL E.] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • Y. W. C. A. CABINET From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Y. W. C. A. CABINET From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Y. W. C. A. CABINET OFFICERS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Y. W. C. A. Officers GLADYS SIMS VICE-PRESIDENT CLARA CRAVEN SECRETARY VERA WARD PRESIDENT ETHEL BYNUM TREASURER MILDRED BARRINGTON, Undergraduate FIELD REPRESENTATIVE From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [YOUNG, MISS WILLIE RAMSEY] From Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War).


  • [Frontispiece Image] Your little borther seeking the lost. LUCIUS B. COMPTON. "Studying to show myself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."—2 Time. ii, 15. From Life of Lucius B. Compton, the Mountain Evangelist, or, From the Depths of Sin to the Heights of Holiness.


  • YOURS TRULY, CHARLES H. MEBANE, SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. [Frontispiece Image] From Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of North Carolina, for the Scholastic Years 1898-'99 and 1899-1900.