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|Size||1.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 500 items)|
|Abstract||Correspondence, notes, writings, clipppings, charts, and other items collected by Archibald Stuart Hall Smith, relating to genealogical studies and to historic sites in and around Halifax County, N.C. The genealogical material centers on the Smith family of North Carolina and other closely allied families and is chiefly the work of Claiborne Smith, Jr. The historical material includes files on Old Trinity Church (Episcopal) in Scotland Neck, Halifax County, and other sites in Scotland Neck. Also included is an autograph album signed by students and professors at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in the 1860s.|
|Creator||Smith, Stuart Hall, b. 1876.|
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Autograph album signed by and including personal data about classmates, professors, and friends at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in the 1860s.Back to Top
Correspondence, notes, charts, clippings, and other items relating to genealogical studies of the Smith family of Halifax County, North Carolina, and to the closely allied Eaton, Hall, Hill, Jones, Norfleet, Stuart, and Weldon families. Included is material relating to Richard Henry Smith (1841-1910) and other 19th-century family members.
Correspondence, chiefly of Claiborne T. Smith, Jr., relating to the genealogy of the Smith, Stuart, Norfleet, and other families.
|Oversize Paper Folder OP-4495/Folder 1|
Letters, financial material, and legal papers of Richard Henry Smith (1841-1910) and other 19th century family members.
Writings, notes, clippings, and a photograph relating to Old Trinity Church, an Episcopal church in Scotland Neck, North Carolina. The photograph is of the church graveyard.
Writings, notes, and clippings relating to Scotland Neck, Halifax County, North Carolina. Included is "Informal Sketches in the History of Scotland Neck" by Martha Hall Holloman.
Writings and clippings about Halifax County and historic buildings such as St. Paul's Church, Edenton, North Carolina, and the Sally-Billy House, Halifax, North Carolina.
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