Collection Number: 04550

Collection Title: Louis Billy Pope Papers (#4550) 1890s-2001

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Size About 8500 items (21.5 linear feet).
Abstract The collection of white educator and professor, Louis Billy Pope (1927-2008), contains correspondence, journals, subject files, school notebooks, and pictures documenting Pope's personal and professional life. Topics include Pope's experience as a student and as a faculty member at High Point College; his work at Presbyterian College and St. Andrews College; community activities in Kernersville, N.C., especially the Sedge Garden United Methodist Church; graduate education in the School of Education at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill; and trips Pope took in the United States and abroad, which are documented by letters, journal entries, and snapshots.
Creator Pope, Louis Billy, 1927-2008.
Curatorial Unit Southern Historical Collection
Language English.
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Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stiputlated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Louis Billy Pope Papers #04550, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Received from Louis Billy Pope of Kernersville, N.C., in April 1990 (Acc. 90042), May 1998 (Acc. 98124), January 2001 (Acc. 98842), April and October 2003 (Acc. 99464 and 99635), and July 2013 (Acc. 101828). Transferred from the North Carolina Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill, in May 2001 and August 2004 (Acc. 98922 and 99881).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Processed: June 1999

Updated: October 2001 and April 2019.

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The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collection--such as folders or items.

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Louis Billy Pope (1927-2008), professor of education and, for eight years, head of the guidance center at High Point College, High Point, N.C. A native of Forsyth County, N.C., Pope graduated from High Point College in 1948 and received his Ph.D. in education from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in 1958. Pope taught in the Forsyth County school system, served as director of guidance at Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C., and was on the faculty of St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, N.C., before joining the faculty of the psychology and education departments at High Point College.

Louis Billy Pope was born in 1927 in Kernersville, Forsyth County, N.C. He lived and worked in Forsyth County and neighboring Guilford County most of his life.

Pope was graduated from High Point College in High Point, N.C., in 1948. He later attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, receiving his master's degree in 1952 and Ph.D. in 1958, both from the School of Education, where his studies centered on counseling.

Pope served as teacher and counselor in the Forsyth County school system, director of guidance at Presbyterian College, Clinton, S.C., and on the faculty of Saint Andrews College, Laurinburg, N.C. In 1964, Pope joined the psychology and education departments at High Point College, rising to full professor. He also headed the College's guidance center for eight years. He became professor emeritus in 1987.

Pope was long active in community and church groups and alumni and other campus organizations, especially the Sedge Garden United Methodist Church, Kernersville Crisis Control, and the Friends of the Library at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

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This collection contains correspondence, journals, subject files, school notebooks, and pictures documenting the personal and professional life of Louis Billy Pope. The correspondence is mostly personal, chiefly with his mother and sisters, but also including letters from Henry Sink, his college roommate and lifetime friend; friends and neighbors in Clinton, S.C., and Laurinburg, N.C.; and High Point College students. Journal entries contain Pope's record of daily activities with strong emphasis family, church, community, and work activities. Subject files contain information about Pope's career as well as some personal and family information. Pope's travels in the United States and abroad are well-documented, with many pictures, letters, and journal entries.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1944-1997.

About 3000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence of Louis Billy Pope, chiefly with his mother and sisters, but also including letters from Henry Sink, his college roommate and lifetime friend; friends and neighbors in Clinton, S.C., and Laurinburg, N.C.; and High Point College students.

Early correspondence consists of letters between Pope and his mother and sisters while he was away at school at High Point College and at the University of North Carolina and while he was working at Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C., and St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, N.C. Letters to Pope give news of family and friends in Kernersville and vicinity. Pope's letters home describe his social life and the progress of his academic work.

Beginning in 1965, when Pope began working at High Point College and returned to Kernersville to live, there are many fewer family letters. From this time forward, most of the family correspondence consists of postcards exchanged when Pope was traveling. Nearly every summer, Pope went on an extensive trip and wrote many postcards commenting on his health and the places he visited. Although it is clear that some of these trips were work-related or included attendance at conferences, it is sightseeing that is best documented. In 1968, Pope wrote letters about his trip to Jamaica and other Caribbean countries to study curriculum development. Additional material about this trip may be found in the subject files under "High Point College: Caribbean." On other trips, he occasionally wrote letters, but mostly sent short notes on picture postcards. In 1970-1972, Pope traveled in Europe. In 1973, he wrote from Ethiopia and Kenya; in 1974, from Japan, Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Singapore; and in 1975 from Russia. In later years, he visited Nigeria, Senegal, Morocco, Jordan, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina, Scotland, Finland, Australia, New Zealand , and many parts of the United States. These trips are further described in Pope's journals (see Series 2). Snapshots from many of the trips may be found in Series 5.

The letters Pope received while he lived in Kernersville were mostly from friends he had made in Clinton, S.C., and Laurinburg, N.C.; from former students; and letters and postcards from his mother and sisters when they traveled.

Some correspondence may also be found in the subject files (Series 3).

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Journals, 1955-1998.

61 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Journals showing, according to Pope, "a record of my daily activities with strong emphasis on happenings in my family, church, community and in my work." The 60 volumes of journals contain detailed daily entries for more than 40 years.

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5 February 1955-1 December 1959

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1 January 1955-5 March 1959

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6 March 1959-18 December 1962

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4 January 1961-3 November 1964

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19 December 1962-29 December 1964

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1 January 1960-31 December 1964

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4 November 1964-2 October 1966

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3 October 1966-13 April 1968

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14 April 1968-17 May 1969

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1 January 1965-31 December 1969

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18 May 1969-25 February 1970

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26 February 1970-19 March 1972

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20 March 1972-6 March 1973

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7 March 1973-3 May 1974

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1 January 1970-31 December 1974

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4 May 1974-4 May 1975

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3 May 1975-18 February 1976

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19 February 1976-3 March 1977

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4 March 1977-24 September 1977

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25 September 1977-31 March 1978

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April 1978-9 September 1978

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10 September 1978-27 January 1979

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28 January 1979-28 July 1979

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28 July 1979-16 December 1979

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1 January 1975-30 December 1979

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17 December 1979-8 April 1980

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9 April 1980-25 July 1980

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25 July 1980-15 November 1980

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15 November 1980-25 March 1981

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26 March 1981-18 December 1981

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18 December 1981-7 May 1982

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8 May 1982-4 January 1983

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5 January 1983-17 October 1983

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18 October 1983-26 February 1984

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27 February 1984-3 December 1984

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1 January 1980-3 December 1984

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4 December 1984-6 July 1985

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3 October 1985-11 December 1985

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12 December 1985-20 February 1986

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21 February 1986-29 March 1986

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30 March 1986-22 April 1986

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23 April 1986-9 December 1986

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10 December 1986-25 February 1987

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26 February 1987-9 May 1987

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10 May 1987-12 July 1987

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13 July 1987-9 February 1988

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10 February 1988-1 September 1988

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7 July 1985-2 October 1988

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2 September 1988-2 March 1989

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3 March 1989-10 October 1989

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11 October 1989-9 December 1989

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1 January 1985-31 December 1989

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11 December 1989-30 January 1990

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1 January 1990-4 April 1990

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31 January 1990-4 April 1990

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5 April 1990-5 November 1992

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9 November 1992-20 December 1994

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21 December 1994-6 February 1996

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6 February 1996-14 May 1997

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15 May 1997-18 May 1998

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Important dates in the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, written in 1984

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Subject Files, 1940s-1980s.

About 2500 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Subject files in an alphabetical run arranged by file titles chiefly assigned by Pope. Many of the files focus on Pope's professional life, especially those filed under "High Point College" and "Guidance." Some, however, contain material about his personal life, church, and community activities in Kernersville. There is some overlap between these files and the correspondence files. Letters from some friends at High Point College, for example, may be found in "High Point College: Student Correspondence," and in Series 1, Correspondence. Because there is also overlap in subjects, date spans, etc., among the subject files, researchers should search broadly rather than narrowly for papers relating to specific topics.

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Duke University

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Forsyth County Teaching Contracts

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Group Guidance

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Guidance Bibliographies

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Guidance: General

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Guidance Materials

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Guidance Mastersheet

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Guidance Occupational Information

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Guidance: UNC Testing Center

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High Point College: Alumnus of the Year Award

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High Point College: Aspire Campaign

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High Point College: Assembly Bulletin

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High Point College: Caribbean

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High Point College: Certificates and Awards

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High Point College: College Adjustment Program

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High Point College: Contracts, 1963-1987

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High Point College: Correspondence

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High Point College: Correspondence with President Patton

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High Point College: Counseling Services

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High Point College: Degree

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High Point College: Department

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High Point College: Director of Guidance Services

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High Point College: Evaluations

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High Point College: Family Talk

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High Point College: Fast Scoop

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High Point College: Forsyth County Alumni

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High Point College: Fraternities

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High Point College: General

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High Point College: General Alumni Association

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High Point College: Golden Decade

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High Point College: Graduations

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High Point College: Guidance Article

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High Point College: Hi-Po

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High Point College: Library

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High Point College: National Commission on the Future of High Point College

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High Point College: Office Messages

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High Point College: Panthers Club

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High Point College: Personal

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High Point College: Pictures

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High Point College: Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity

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High Point College: Pope Scholarship Family Fund

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High Point College: Post Retirement

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High Point College: Presidents

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High Point College: President Martinson

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High Point College: Professor Emeritus Announcement, 7 May 1988

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High Point College: Publicity

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High Point College: Retirement

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High Point College: Self-Study

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High Point College: Staff, Administration, Faculty Correspondence

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High Point College: Student Correspondence

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High Point College: Student Days, 1944-1948

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High Point College: Teacher Education Council

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Kernersville Crisis Control

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Kernersville High School

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Kernersville Library

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Kernersville Lions Club

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Korner's Folly

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Krimminger, Phillip

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Lefler, Hugh T.

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Pope Archives

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Pope, Etta Mae

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Pope, George, and other family history

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Pope Family

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Pope, Louis Billy: Articles about

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Pope, Louis Billy: Articles by

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Pope, Louis Billy: Autobiography

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Pope, Louis Billy: Certificates

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Pope, Louis Billy: General

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Pope, Louis Billy: Legal

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Pope, Louis Billy: Personal

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Pope, Louis Billy: Publicity

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Pope, Louis Billy: Retirement

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Pope, Orpha L.

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Pope, Stokes I.

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Presbyterian College, 1957-1962

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Presbyterian College and Clinton, S.C.

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Presbyterian College Guidance Center

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Piedmont University CenterGuidance Study

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St. Andrews College: Employment

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St. Andrews College, 1962-1964

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Sedge Garden High School

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church: Boards, Committees, Officers

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church: Building

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church: Bulletins and Newsletters, 1953-1989

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church: Certificates

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church: Correspondence

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church: Financial Papers

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church: History

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church: Sunday School Class

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church: Miscellaneous

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Sink Family

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Tauck Canyon Lands, 12 September 1989-19 September 1989

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Tauck New Orleans Tour, 22 July 1989-30 July 1989

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Texas, 16 June 1989-21 June 1989

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United Daughters of the Confederacy

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University of North Carolina: General

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University of North Carolina: Correspondence

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University of North Carolina: Dorm Adviser

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University of North Carolina: Grades

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University of North Carolina: Graduate Education

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University of North Carolina: Guidance

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University of North Carolina: Inauguration of Paul Hardin, 12 October 1988

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University of North Carolina: Libraries

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University of North Carolina: William Perry

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University of North Carolina: Ph.D.

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University of North Carolina: School of Education

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. School Notebooks, 1948-1957.

62 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Notebooks from classes Pope took at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in pursuit of his Ph.D. in education.

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Hist 114: America since 1896, Fall 1948

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Hist 163: Civilization of the South, Fall 1948

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Diplomatic History of the United States, Fall 1948

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Civil War and Reconstruction, Winter 1949

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Cultural Anthropology, Winter 1949

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Southern History Seminar, Winter 1949

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American Economic History (1783-1865), Spring 1949

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American Historiography, Spring 1949

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North Carolina History (1815-1948), Spring 1949

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Soc. 166: Rural Community, Spring 1949

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Ed. 160: Curriculum Construction, June 1949

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Ed.101a: Educational Administration, June 1949

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North Carolina History (161) 1584-1815, July 1949

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Early American History (1689-1763), July 1950

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North Carolina: Economic and Social, 1st Summer Session 1950

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Ed 298: Supervision of Instruction, June 1951

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Ed 296a: Organization and Administration of Secondary Schools, June 1951

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Ed 102: Elementary School Organization, July 1951

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Ed. 255: Guidance Function of the Classroom Teacher, June 1951

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Ed. 232: Public School Supervision, 1952

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Ed.144a: Community Education

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Ed 152: The Language Arts in the Secondary Schools, June 1953

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Ed 204: Techniques in Education Leadership, June 1953

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Ed. 205: Techniques in Counseling, June 1954

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Ed. 275: Administrative Aspects of the Guidance Program, July 1954

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Ed. 171: Growth and Development of the School Child, July 1954

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Ed 143: Educational and Social History of the United States, June 1955

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Ed. 196: The Junior High School, June 1955

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Ed. 177: The Problem of Maladjustment Among Children, June 1955

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Ed. 206: General Principles of Occupational Diagnosis and Guidance, July 1955

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Ed. 274: Techniques in the Analysis of the Individual, July 1955

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Ed. 199: Secondary Education, Spring 1956

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Ed. 209: Business Management and School Finance, June 1956

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Ed. 101: Educational Administration, July 1956

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Ed. 210: Management of School Plants and Equipment, July 1956

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Ed. 210: Management of School Plants and Equipment, July 1956

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Ed. 209: Public School Finance, July 1956

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Ed 105: Guidance in the School, Fall 1956

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Study Guide for Ed. 101, July 1956

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Ed. 303: Problems in Educational Administration, Fall 1956

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Ed 146: Contemporary Issues and Trends in Education, Fall 1956

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Ed 160: Curriculum Construction, Fall 1956

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North Carolina History 162 (1815-1950s), Spring 1957

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North Carolina History (1584-1835), 1956-1957

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Pictures, 1940s-1980s.

About 1000 items.

Photographs include many snapshots taken by Pope. There are many photographs of Pope, of his family and friends, and of places where he lived and worked. Most of the photographs are scenes from trips Pope took to various countries around the world. They are sorted by location.

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Pope, Louis Billy, 1943, 1947-1959

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Pope, Louis Billy, 1960-1977

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Pope, Louis Billy, 1980-1985

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Pope, Louis Billy, 1986-1987

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Pope, Louis Billy, 1988-1990

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Pope with others, 1948-1979

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Pope with others, 1980-1989

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Pope in High Point College publicity photographs

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Pope, Orpha

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Pope family pictures

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Brandon, Doug

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Catan, John

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Hogue, Danny

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Krimminger, Phil

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Narhi, Sami

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Sink, Henry D.

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Identified people, Kernersville, N.C.

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Identified people, Laurinburg, N.C.

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Identified people

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Sedge Garden United Methodist Church

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Pope home and other places in Kernersville, N.C.

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Cana, Va.

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Presbyterian College, Clinton, S.C.

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High Point College

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Duke University

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University of North Carolina

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British Columbia

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British Isles

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Costa Rica

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Dominican Republic

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Grand Cayman

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New Jersey

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New Mexico

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New York

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New Zealand

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Puerto Rico

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St. Croix

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St. John

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St. Lucia

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St. Thomas

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South Dakota

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Washington, D.C.

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West Virginia

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Additions after 1999.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 6.1. Papers and Photographs, circa 1890s-2001 (Additions of January and May 2001).

About 1100 items.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 98842 and 98922.

Access: Closed.

Processing Note: Unprocessed; materials in envelopes; materials requiring screening.

Materials include, but are not limited to, miscellaneous correspondence, a few school notebooks, family photographs, a folder on tobacco buying, and other items.

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Papers and Photographs, circa 1890s-2001

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 6.2. Papers and Photographs, circa 1880s-2000s (Addition of July 2013).

About items.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 101828.

Deeds, correspondence, writings of Louis Billy Pope and others, miscellaneous papers, and photographs.

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Papers, circa 1880s-2000s

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