Collection Number: 04555

Collection Title: John Ehle Papers, 1918-1993

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Size About 40,800 items (118.5 linear feet)
Abstract John Marsden Ehle Jr., white author of novels and works of non-fiction, was born in Asheville, N.C., and has lived most of his adult life in Winston-Salem. He served as special assistant to North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford, 1963-1964, and has been instrumental in establishing and furthering many significant educational, desegregation, and anti-poverty projects. He is married to British actress Rosemary Harris. The collection includes materials documenting both the literary career and public service activities of John Ehle. Literary materials include correspondence, clippings, and financial items relating to Ehle's novels and other works, as well as notes, drafts, and galleys. Family items include correspondence of Ehle's parents and a few items relating to Rosemary Harris. Other materials relate to Ehle's work with various public and private institutions. These include files generated in the course of Ehle's work in the Governor's Office, especially his efforts on behalf of the North Carolina School of the Arts and the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. There are also files relating to the Ford Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Federation for the Arts and Humanities, Duke University, and the Penland School of Crafts. Photographs include family photographs and photographs by Ehle, Jim Wallace, and others of civil rights activists and protests in Chapel Hill, N.C., and other locations compiled for use in Ehle's book The Free Men. Audiovisual materials include audiodiscs of radio shows that Ehle wrote or acted in; audio recordings of interviews done for various books; and moving images, chiefly on North Carolina history, which Ehle produced, sometimes in collaboration with others. A few items relate to Rosemary Harris. The Addition of December 2010 is a journal with detailed entries, 1962-1964, about John Ehle's work as special assistant to North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford, his writing career, the foundations and projects he supported, and his personal life.
Creator Ehle, John, 1925-
Language English.
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Restrictions to Access
RESTRICTED: Some materials only partially processed; staff assistance may be required for materials in original wrappers; use of audio or video materials may require production of listening or viewing copies.
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Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the John Ehle Papers #04555, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from John Ehle of Winston-Salem, N.C., in May 1990 (Acc. 090056) , October 1990 (Acc. 090138), August 1994 (Acc. 094096), January 2000 (Acc. 098545), and December 2010 (Acc. 101382).
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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1925 13 December, born in Asheville, N.C.
1949 Received B.A. in Radio, Television and Motion Pictures from the University of North Carolina.
1951-1963 Faculty member, Department of Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1952 30 August, married Gail Oliver (divorced, 1967).
1953 Received M.A. in Dramatic Arts from the University of North Carolina.
1957 Move Over Mountain published.
1958 The Survivor published.
1958-1959 On faculty of New York University.
1959 Kingstree Island published.
1960 Shephard of the Streets published.
1961 Lion on the Hearth published.
1963-1964 Special assistant to North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford.
1964-1965 Program officer of the Ford Foundation.
1964-1966 Served on the White House Group for Domestic Affairs.
1965 The Land Breakers published.
1965 The Free Men published.
1965 Consultant to the Ford Foundation.
1965-1968 Member, United States National Committee for UNESCO.
1966-1970 Worked with National Council for Humanities.
1967 The Road published.
1967 22 October, married Rosemary Harris.
1970 Time of Drums published.
1970-1975 Worked with the North Carolina School of the Arts Foundation.
1971 Journey of August King published.
1972 Cheeses and Wines of England and France published.
1974 Changing of the Guard published.
1976-1980 Special Consultant, Duke University.
1982 Winter People published.
1984 Last One Home published.
1988 Trail of Tears published.
1989 Widow's Trial published.
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This collection documents both the literary career and public service activities of John Ehle. The general files comprising Series 1, arranged in chronological order by year, largely contain correspondence, clippings, and financial items relating to Ehle's novels and other works, and materials relating to Ehle's family. Additional material pertaining to Ehle's books can be found in Series 2, which includes mostly notes, drafts, galleys, and correspondence. Additional family items, including the correspondence of Ehle's parents and items related to John Ihli, Sr.'s business and civic activities in Asheville, N.C., appear in Series 12. Subsequent series contain material relevant to Ehle's work with various public and private institutions, though some of these papers can be found among the general files of Series 1 as well. The "Other Materials" series includes miscellaneous subject files, clippings, recipes, appointment and address books, and other personal items accumulated by Ehle. Photographs and audio-visual materials appear in Series 13 and 14, respectively, and include family photographs and photographs by Ehle, Jim Wallace, and others of civil rights activists and protests in Chapel Hill, N.C., and other locations compiled for use in Ehle's book The Free Men, audiodiscs of radio shows written, narrated, or acted in by Ehle, reel-to-reel tapes of interviews done for The Free Men, cassette-tapes of interviews conducted for his book Dr. Frank, filmstrips (mostly on N.C. history) Ehle either wrote or collaborated on, and microfiche of one of Ehle's novels.

The Addition of December 2010 is a journal with detailed entries, 1962-1964, about John Ehle's work as special assistant to North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford, his writing career, the foundations and projects he supported, and his personal life.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. General Files, 1942-1992.

About 20,100 items

Personal and professional correspondence of John Ehle and clippings regarding his literary career, as well as various financial materials relating to the Ehle family (including bank statements, bills, etc.) and clippings, playbills and some correspondence regarding the career of Ehle's wife, actress Rosemary Harris. Also included are telephone logs and annual reports from the various institutions with which Ehle was associated. Items are arranged in chronological order by year. Correspondents of note include Paul Green, Terry Sanford, and various Ehle family members.

Box 1

1942, 1954, 1956-1957, 1960-1966 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 1

Box 2

1966-1967 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 2

Box 3

1968-1971 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 3

Box 4

1972-1973 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 4

Box 5

1974-1975 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 5

Box 6

1975-1976 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 6

Box 7

1977-1978 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 7

Box 8

1978-1979 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 8

Box 9

1979-1980 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 9

Box 10

1980-1981 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 10

Box 11

1982-1983 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 11

Box 12

1984 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 12

Box 13

1985-1986 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 13

Box 14

1986-1988 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 14

Box 15

1988-1989 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 15

Box 16

1989-1982 #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 16

Box 17

A-Y #04555, Series: "1. General Files, 1942-1992. " Box 17

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Published Books, 1961-1993.

About 2,050 items.

Drafts, galleys, notes, correspondence, and other material related to Ehle's published books, chiefly since 1965.

Box 18

Lion on the Hearth and Time of Drums #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 18

Box 19

The Free Men #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 19

Box 20-21

Box 20

Box 21

The Road #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 20-21

Box 22

Journey of August King #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 22

Box 23-25

Box 23

Box 24

Box 25

Cheeses and Wines of England and France #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 23-25

Box 26-27

Box 26

Box 27

Changing of the Guard #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 26-27

Box 28-33

Box 28

Box 29

Box 30

Box 31

Box 32

Box 33

Winter People #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 28-33

Box 34-38

Box 34

Box 35

Box 36

Box 37

Box 38

Last One Home #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 34-38

Box 39-42

Box 39

Box 40

Box 41

Box 42

Trail of Tears #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 39-42

Box 43

Widow's Trial #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 43

Box 44-47

Box 44

Box 45

Box 46

Box 47

The Land Breakers #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 44-47

Box 48-50

Box 48

Box 49

Box 50

Dr. Frank #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 48-50

Box 51-53

Box 51

Box 52

Box 53

The Owen Wright Novel #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 51-53

Box 54

Copies of Ehle's books #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 54

Box 55-56

Box 55

Box 56

Copies of Ehle's books autographed for his parents #04555, Series: "2. Published Books, 1961-1993. " Box 55-56

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Other Writings, 1950-1984. and undated.

14 items.

An Ehle family history written in 1984; "American Adventure" series scripts (1955-1956 and undated); a script for the Orange County Bicentennial Pageant (1953); Volumes 1 and 2 of the large-print edition of Pursuits, a collection in which Ehle's short story "Emergency Call" appears; catalogs and other items related to radio shows written, narrated, or acted in by Ehle for the "University Hour" series broadcast by the Communications Center at UNC; a script for Ehle's play "Mystery of Theodosia Burr; " and a story fragment entitled "An Empire of Hate."

Box 57-58

Box 57

Box 58

Other Writings #04555, Series: "3. Other Writings, 1950-1984. and undated. " Box 57-58

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Governor's Office, 1963-1964.

About 6,000 items.

Reports, minutes, agendas, and correspondence generated by various programs and institutions with which Ehle was involved during his tenure as special assistant to Terry Sanford, then governor of North Carolina. Materials remain arranged as received.

Box 59

Includes reports, correspondence and clippings regarding the Institute for Outdoor Drama, and the North Carolina College for Negroes. A bound volume, "Ideas in Action in North Carolina," includes similar material regarding the North Carolina Film Board, the North Carolina Fund, the 1963 and 1964 Governor's Conference, the North Carolina Advancement School, and the Learning Institute of North Carolina. Also included is a speech outlining Ehle's role in the creation of the Governor's School, the North Carolina School of the Arts, and the North Carolina Advancement School. #04555, Series: "4. Governor's Office, 1963-1964. " Box 59

Box 60

Reports, correspondence, and clippings regarding the North Carolina School of the Arts and the North Carolina Advancement School. #04555, Series: "4. Governor's Office, 1963-1964. " Box 60

Box 61

Reports, correspondence and clippings regarding the North Carolina Fund and the Learning Institute of North Carolina #04555, Series: "4. Governor's Office, 1963-1964. " Box 61

Box 62

Reports, correspondence, and clippings regarding the North Carolina Film Board, Governor's Conferences, and the Governor's School. #04555, Series: "4. Governor's Office, 1963-1964. " Box 62

Box 63

Reports, correspondence and clippings regarding various other projects Ehle investigated while special assistant. Material includes reports on public and children's zoos and correspondence and reports regarding the possibility of bringing NASA to the Research Triangle. Also included is a filmstrip, "Variety Vacationland," and nine reels of microfilm regarding Ehle's term as special assistant. #04555, Series: "4. Governor's Office, 1963-1964. " Box 63

Box 64

Speeches and miscellaneous files related to various projects, including those listed above. #04555, Series: "4. Governor's Office, 1963-1964. " Box 64

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Correspondence, clippings, reports, and catalogs relating to the North Carolina School of the Arts.

Box 65

North Carolina School of the Arts #04555, Series: "5. North Carolina School of the Arts, circa 1962-1989. " Box 65

6. North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, 1977-1985. #04555, Series: "5. North Carolina School of the Arts, circa 1962-1989. " Box 65

About 1,500 items.

Includes correspondence, clippings, reports, and catalogs relating to the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics.

Box 66-68

Box 66

Box 67

Box 68

North Carolina School of Science and Math #04555, Series: "5. North Carolina School of the Arts, circa 1962-1989. " Box 66-68

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About 1,750 items.

Contains proposals, reports, correspondence, and clippings regarding programs assisted by the Ford Foundation.

Box 69-70

Box 69

Box 70

Ford Foundation #04555, Series: "7. Ford Foundation, circa 1964-1967. " Box 69-70

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About 3,000 items.

Includes minutes, agendas, reports, and correspondence relating to Ehle's work under the National Council for the Humanities. The series is largely comprised of binders containing the council records of grant applications, grant recommendations, reports, proposals, memos, and some correspondence.

Box 71-73

Box 71

Box 72

Box 73

National Council for the Humanities #04555, Series: "8. National Endowment for the Humanities/National Foundation for the Arts and Humanities, circa 1966-1970. " Box 71-73

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 9. Duke University, circa 1976-1980.

About 800 items.

Chiefly correspondence from Ehle's tenure as special consultant to Terry Sanford, then president of Duke University.

Box 74

Duke University #04555, Series: "9. Duke University, circa 1976-1980. " Box 74

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About 800 items.

Correspondence, proposals, clippings, catalogs and brochures and financial reports.

Box 75

Penland School of Crafts #04555, Series: "10. Penland School of Crafts, 1967-1987. " Box 75

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 12. Family Papers, 1918-1977 and undated.

About 650 items.

Primarily the personal correspondence of John Ehle's parents, John and Gladys Ihli, Sr., and scattered items pertaining to the education and business and civic activities of John Ihli, Sr. One folder of advertising paraphenalia appears for the Imperial Life Insurance Company of Asheville, N.C. The company was started by John Ehle's maternal grandfather in 1904. A few items also appear for the Ehle Insurance Company of Asheville. Other miscellaneous items include World War II promotional materials, clippings, and genealogical records. While this series contains many of John Ehle's letters to his father, others appear in Series 1.

Box 79-80

Box 79

Box 80

Family Papers #04555, Series: "12. Family Papers, 1918-1977 and undated. " Box 79-80

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 13. Photographs, circa 1923-1989.

367 items.

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About 200 items.
Folder PF-4555/1

Early black-and-white portraits and snapshots of Ehle family members and relatives. 53 items. 1923, 1944, 1946, 1959, and undated. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/1

Folder PF-4555/2

Early black-and-white portraits and snapshots of Ehle family members and relatives. 63 items. 1944, 1951, 1953, 1984 (reprints), and undated. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/2

Folder PF-4555/3

Black-and-white photo of two unidentified men and color snapshot of two unidentified women. 1960s. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/3

Folder PF-4555/4

Black-and-white and color photographs of Ehle family members and unidentified houses and mountain scenes. 44 items. 1962, 1965-1967. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/4

Folder PF-4555/5

Black-and-white and color portraits and snapshots of Ehle family members, including John Ehle, Rosemary Harris Ehle, and their daughter Jennifer Ehle, and unidentified residences and mountain scenes. 22 items. 1971-1972, 1974-1978. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/5

Folder PF-4555/6

Color and black-and-white snapshots of Ehle relatives and other photographs. 5 items. 1970s. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/6

Folder PF-4555/7

Black-and-white and color portraits of John Ehle, and color snapshots of family members (including Rosemary Harris Ehle and George and Oma Ehle) and of residences and mountain scenes. 19 items. 1980, 1982-1984, 1986-1989. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/7

Folder PF-4555/8

Black-and-white and color portraits of Rosemary Ehle and John Ehle, and color snapshots of family members and of tourist scenes. 27 items. 1980s. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/8

Folder PF-4555/9

Black-and-white photographs of scenes from New York's Central Park and color and black-and-white photographs of an unidentified structure. folder in which these photos were found was labeled "Governor's Office." 14 items. Undated. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/9

Folder PF-4555/10

Black-and-white stills from "Sparrow in Flight," a musical based on the life of Ethel Waters and performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. 4 items. Undated. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/10

Folder PF-4555/11

Black-and-white photographs of members of a tour group to Salzburg. 4 items. Undated. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/11

Folder PF-4555/11a

Miscellaneous photographs, mostly black-and-white, all undated. Includes portraits of John Ehle and several post cards. 22 items. Undated. #04555, Subseries: "13.1. Family Photographs, 1923-1989 and undated." Folder PF-4555/11a

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965.

About 100 items.

Photographs compiled for inclusion in John Ehle's book The Free Men. Photographs are of civil rights protests primarily in Chapel Hill, N.C., and in other locations, 1963-1965. Some depict civil rights activists Quintin Baker, Charliese Cotton, Pat Cusick, John Dunne, and others. Photographs were taken by John Ehle, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student and photographer Jim Wallace, and unidentifed photographers.

Image Folder PF-4555/12

Contact sheets of prints by Jim Wallace #04555, Subseries: "13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965." PF-4555/12

Image Folder PF-4555/13

Contact sheets of prints by John Ehle #04555, Subseries: "13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965." PF-4555/13

Image Folder PF-4555/14

5x7 photographic prints by Jim Wallace #04555, Subseries: "13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965." PF-4555/14

Image Folder PF-4555/15

Official police evidence photographs assembled by John Ehle #04555, Subseries: "13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965." PF-4555/15

Image Folder PF-4555/16

8x10 photographic prints by John Ehle #04555, Subseries: "13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965." PF-4555/16

Image Folder PF-4555/17

Negative prints by unidentified photographer #04555, Subseries: "13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965." PF-4555/17

Image Folder PF-4555/18

Various size prints by unidentified photographer #04555, Subseries: "13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965." PF-4555/18

Image Folder PF-4555/19

Photograph by Jim Wallace of protestors taken from the second floor of Chapel Hill Town Hall #04555, Subseries: "13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965." PF-4555/19

Image Folder PF-4555/20

Photographic prints laid out for publication in The Free Men #04555, Subseries: "13.2. The Free Men Photographs, circa 1963-1965." PF-4555/20

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 14. Audiovisual Material, 1949-1991 and undated.

About 100 items.

Arrangement: by format.

Acquisitions information: Videotapes (VT-04555/1-2) received as Addition of January 2000 (Acc. 98545)

Radio episodes and filmstrips written, produced, or narrated by John Ehle; audio recordings of interviews conducted for his books The Free Men and Dr. Frank; audio recordings of two talks given by Ehle; microfiche of one of his novels; and videotapes of short films on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the state of North Carolina.

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28 items.

Radio discs (33 1/3 rpm) of "University Hour" episodes which John Ehle either wrote, narrated, or appeared in. Produced by the UNC Communication Center. Additional recordings of "University Hour" episodes are included in the Department of Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Records (#40086).

Audiodisc D-04555/1

"Reading from "Death Be Not Proud," " by John Gunther, Part 1, N.C. Division, American Cancer Society, April 1949 (Part 2 missing). #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/1

Audiodisc D-04555/2

"Ten One-Minute Spot Announcements for Use in the Fight Against Cancer," N.C. Division, American Cancer Society, April 1949. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/2

Audiodisc D-04555/3

"An Unfound Door, Incidents from the Life of Thomas Wolfe," Program 1, Part 1, 1 January 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/3

Audiodisc D-04555/4

"An Unfound Door...," Program 1, Part 2, 1 January 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/4

Audiodisc D-04555/5

"Upon This Mountain, Incidents from the Life of Elisha Mitchell," Program 3, Part 1, 15 January 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/5

Audiodisc D-04555/6

"Upon This Mountain...," Program 3, Part 2, 15 January 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/6

Audiodisc D-04555/7

"Whiplash, Incidents from the Life of Dorothea Dix," Program 6, Part 1, 5 February 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/7

Audiodisc D-04555/8

"Whiplash,...," Program 6, Part 1, 5 February 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/8

Audiodisc D-04555/9

"To The Victor, Incidents from the Life of Kemp Battle," Program 7, Part 1, 12 February 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/9

Audiodisc D-04555/10

"To The Victor,...," Program 7, Part 2, 12 February 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/10

Audiodisc D-04555/11

"A Game for Children, Incidents from the Life of Charles McIver," Program 8, Part 2, 19 February 1950(Part 1 missing). #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/11

Audiodisc D-04555/12

"Double Victory, Incidents from the Life of David Swain," Program 9, Part 2, 26 February 1950 (Part 1 missing). #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/12

Audiodisc D-04555/13

"Dedication of Triumph, Incidents from the Life of Frederick H. Koch," Program 10, Part 1, 5 March 1950 (Part 2 missing). #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/13

Audiodisc D-04555/14

"Checkmate, Incidents from the Life of Harriet Elliot," Program 11, Part 1, 12 March 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/14

Audiodisc D-04555/15

"Checkmate,...," Program 11, Part 2, 12 March 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/15

Audiodisc D-04555/16

"Grenade, Incidents from the Life of Lt. John Ranson," Program 12, Part 2, 19 March 1950 (Part 1 missing). #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/16

Audiodisc D-04555/17

"Something Different, Incidents from the Life of Bunn Hearn," Program 2, Part 1, 10 December 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/17

Audiodisc D-04555/18

"Something Different,...," Program 2, Part 2, 10 December 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/18

Audiodisc D-04555/19

D-4555/19: With Malice Toward None, Incidents from the Life of Ellie Swain,Program 4, Part 2, 24 December 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/19

Audiodisc D-04555/20

"With Malice Toward None,...," Program 4, Part 2, 24 December 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/20

Audiodisc D-04555/21

"Mr. Shaw and the Desperado, Incidents from the Life of Archibald Henderson, "Program 5, Part 1, 31 December 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/21

Audiodisc D-04555/22

"Mr. Shaw and the Desperado,...," Program 5, Part 2, 31 December 1950. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/22

Audiodisc D-04555/23

"The Final Decision, Incidents from the Life of James Henry Baugham," Program 8, Part 1, 21 January 1951. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/23

Audiodisc D-04555/24

"The Final Decision,...," Program 8, Part 2, 21 January 1951. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/24

Audiodisc D-04555/25

"Remember Me, Incidents from the Life of Andrew Bershak," Program 9, Part 1, 28 January 1951. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/25

Audiodisc D-04555/26

"Remember Me,...," Program 9, Part 2, 28 January 1951. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/26

Audiodisc D-04555/27

"Unchanging Moon, Incidents from the Life of Marshall Smith," Program 12, Part 1, 18 February 1951 (Part 2 missing). #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/27

Audiodisc D-04555/28

"The Unfound Door, Incidents from the Life of Thomas Wolfe," Program 13, Part 2, 25 February 1951 (Part 1 missing). Unclear whether same as D-4555/3-4. #04555, Subseries: "14.1. Radio Discs, 1949-1951. " D-04555/28

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38 items.

Filmstrips wholly or partially written and/or directed by John Ehle. Hard-copy guide books appear for "North Carolina, Units I-XII."

Film F-04555/1

"Dare, Birthplace of America," undated #04555, Subseries: "14.2. Moving Image Film, 1964 and undated." F-04555/1

1 reel

16mm moving image film

Written, directed, and narrated by John Ehle

Film F-04555/2-12

F-04555/2

F-04555/3

F-04555/4

F-04555/5

F-04555/6

F-04555/7

F-04555/8

F-04555/9

F-04555/10

F-04555/11

F-04555/12

North Carolina, Units I-XII, 1964 #04555, Subseries: "14.2. Moving Image Film, 1964 and undated." F-04555/2-12

11 rolls

Filmstrip

Filmstrip history of North Carolina prepared by John Ehle and Hugh T. Lefler, 1964. See also guide books to the filmstrips in box 80.

Film F-04555/13

Historic North Carolina: How White Men First Came to North Carolina #04555, Subseries: "14.2. Moving Image Film, 1964 and undated." F-04555/13

1 roll

Filmstrip

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58 items.

Arrangement: by type.

26 open reel audio recordings of interviews conducted in 1964 for Ehle's book The Free Men; 31 audiocassette tapes of interviews conducted in 1990-1991 for his book Dr. Frank; and one cassette tape containing two talks given by Ehle, one at Duke University in 1981 and the other at Salzburg in 1977. The open reel tapes include interviews with Charliese Cotton, John Foushee, Bob Brown, Woody Kline, John Dunne, Pat Cusick, Dave Ethridge, Thomas Cooper, Gary Blanchard, Harold Foster, [Quinton?] Baker, Lou Calhoun, Charles Jones, Herman Holman, and a Mrs. Bynum. Cassette tapes includes interviews with Bill and Ida Friday, Terry Sanford, Sophia Cody, Doug Hunt, Gladys Coates, Arnold King, and others.

Audiotape T-04555/1

Interviews marked "Woody Kline" and "Pat Cusick & John Dunne, 7 May 1964, Hillsboro (cont.) & personal b.g." #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/1

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/2

Interviews marked "John Dunne, Pat Cusick (both sides), 1st hunger strike, 2nd side early days, 1st pickets, 7 May 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/2

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/3

"Interviews marked John Dunne, Pat Cusick, tape II, Sides 1 & 2, A - Birmingham, 7 May 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/3

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/4

Interviews marked "John Dunne & Pat Cusick, tape 5, Side A, Side B, 15 May 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/4

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/5

Interviews marked "John Dunne & Pat Cusick, 15 May 1964, tape 6, Side A only" and "B. Gary Blanchard I" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/5

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/6

Interview marked "Gary Blanchard II, B - blank, 15 May 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/6

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/7

Interview marked "Lou Calhoun, 29 May 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/7

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/8

Interviews marked "Harold Foster w/James Eubanks present, 30 May 1964, Side A, Side B (1st 5 min.)" and "Charliese Cotton (40 min.)" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/8

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/9

Interview marked "Int. w/ Charliese Cotton-1st 160, 30 May 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/9

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/10

Interviews marked "Encounter, Part II, WUNC 1964," A. "Interview with somebody on Comm. of Conc. Citizens" and "John Dunne's Father, 16 June 1964, NYC (Part I)" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/10

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/11

Interviews marked "A. John Dunne's Father (Part II), 1st 250'" "B. Robert V.N. Brown - his third hour," and "B. Bob Brown - his third hour 16 June 1964?" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/11

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/12

Interview marked "Charles Jones, 20 July 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/12

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/13

Interview marked "Bob Brown, Sides A & B" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/13

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/14

Interviews marked "Side A - Herman Holman Jr. H.S. Stud., Negro," and "Side B - Tom Bynum, UNC Fresh., Negro" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/14

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/15

Interviews marked "Side A - James Foushee," "Side B - James Foushee," and "Side B - Bob Brown (half left blank)," undated #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/15

1/4" Open Reel Audio

7" reel

Audiotape T-04555/16

Interviews marked "Goldsboro, John Dunne and Pat Cusick, 1 & 2, 28 May 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/16

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/17

Interviews marked "J. Dunne and Cusick, 3 & 4, 28 May 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/17

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/18

Interview marked "Cusick, 18 July 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/18

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/19

Interviews marked "A. Group (Part II), 1st 2/3ds, July 18/64," "A. John Dunne (made earlier & on 18 July," and "B. Group (Part I), Dunne, Calhoun, Baker (Part I)" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/19

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/20

Interviews marked "Group (Part III)" and "John Dunne (P. I), 18 July 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/20

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/21

Interview marked "Dunne (Part II), Burke City Prison Unit, 18 July 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/21

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/22

Interview marked "Interview with Pat Cusick on 19 July 1964, at Sandy Ridge Prison Unit, High Point" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/22

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/23

Interviews marked "A. Dunne - Correction, 7 August 1964" and "B. 1) Dunne - Correction, 2) Mr. Dunne in car, 7 August 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/23

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/24

Interviews marked "Dave Ethridge I -Side A only" and "B. Court Room, 17 August 1964" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/24

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/25

Interviews marked "Ethridge A (nothing on A until 3/4 - Mrs. Bynum I)," undated #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/25

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiotape T-04555/26

Interviews marked "Thomas (Dick) Cooper, A & B", undated #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " T-04555/26

1/4" Open Reel Audio

3 1/4" reel

Audiocassette C-04555/1

Interview marked "Wm. C. Friday, 30 October 1990, both sides" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/1

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/27

Audiocassette C-04555/2

Interview marked "Charlie Jones & Mrs. Jones, 30 October 1990, both sides" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/2

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/28

Audiocassette C-04555/3

Interview marked "Arnold King, 31 October 1990" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/3

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/29

Audiocassette C-04555/4

Interview marked "Arnold King, 2nd Interview, Side 3, Side 4" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/4

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/30

Audiocassette C-04555/5

Interview marked "Arnold King, 2nd Interview, Side 5" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/5

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/31

Audiocassette C-04555/6

Interview marked "Arnold King" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/6

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/32

Audiocassette C-04555/7

Interview marked "Arnold King garbled" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/7

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/33

Audiocassette C-04555/8

Interview marked "Fran Weaver, October 1990, both sides" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/8

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/34

Audiocassette C-04555/9

Interviews marked "A. Luncheon w/ Mack & Letsey Preslar & Rhoda Wynn, November 1990" and "B. Geo. Esser, November 1990" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/9

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/35

Audiocassette C-04555/10

Interview marked "Frank Hogan, not clear, 8 November 1990, 1 side only" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/10

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/36

Audiocassette C-04555/11

Interview marked "Gladys Coates, 13 November 1990" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/11

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/37

Audiocassette C-04555/12

Interview marked "Gladys Coates," November 1990? #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/12

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/38

Audiocassette C-04555/13

Interview marked "Gladys Coates, 28 November 1990" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/13

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/39

Audiocassette C-04555/14

Interview marked "Ida Friday, Int. at Carolina Inn dining room, 28 November 1990" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/14

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/40

Audiocassette C-04555/15

Interview marked "Doug Hunt, 10 min., 6 December 1990" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/15

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/41

Audiocassette C-04555/16

Interview marked "Doug Hunt, 6 December 1990" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/16

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/42

Audiocassette C-04555/17

Interview marked "Doug Hunt" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/17

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/43

Audiocassette C-04555/18

Interviews marked "Stories-talks on campaign and also Orttinger, 8 December 1990" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/18

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/44

Audiocassette C-04555/19

Interview marked "Ervin Orttinger, 25 February 1991" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/19

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/45

Audiocassette C-04555/20

Interview marked "Luncheon mtg., 25 February 1991, Eliz. Matheson, Rebecca Warren, Sophia Cody" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/20

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/46

Audiocassette C-04555/21

Interview marked "Frances Ferguson, Chapel Hill, 25 February 1991" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/21

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/47

Audiocassette C-04555/22

Interview marked "Secrest & Preslar, 8 May 1991" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/22

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/48

Audiocassette C-04555/23

Interview marked "Bill Friday, May 1991" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/23

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/49

Audiocassette C-04555/24

Interview marked "Stories, Roundtable" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/24

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/50

Audiocassette C-04555/25

Interview marked "Stories/Yoder's Talk" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/25

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/51

Audiocassette C-04555/26

Interview marked "Tom Lambeth, this side only," #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/26

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/52

Audiocassette C-04555/27

Interview marked "Alice Neal's daughter - Caldwell," undated #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/27

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/53

Audiocassette C-04555/28

Interview marked "Sanders" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/28

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/54

Audiocassette C-04555/29

Interview marked "Terry Sanford" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/29

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/55

Audiocassette C-04555/30

Interview marked "Sitterson" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/30

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/56

Audiocassette C-04555/31

Interview marked "Sophia Cody" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/31

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/57

Audiocassette C-04555/32

"A talk made at Duke U., 17 May 1981" and "A talk I [John Ehle] made at the Salzburg Seminar, June '77, while a faculty member there" #04555, Subseries: "14.3. Audio Recordings, 1964-1991 and undated. " C-04555/32

Audiocassette

Previously listed as T-04555/58

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3 items.

Acquisitions information: VT-04555/1-3 recevied as Addition of January 2000 (Acc. 098545).

Videotape VT-04555/1

In the Name of Freedom: The Story of Chapel Hill, 1950 #04555, Subseries: "14.5. Videotapes, undated." VT-04555/1

VHS

Video viewing copy of 16mm moving image film.

Videotape VT-04555/2

N.C. The Tarheel State #04555, Subseries: "14.5. Videotapes, undated." VT-04555/2

VHS

Produced by Long Communications Group

Videotape VT-04555/3

N.C. Variety Vacation Land #04555, Subseries: "14.5. Videotapes, undated." VT-04555/3

VHS

Produced by Long Communications Group

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1 item.
Box 81

John Ehle journal, 10 January 1962-29 July 1964 #04555, Series: "Addition of December 2010: John Ehle Journal, 10 January 1962-29 July 1964." Box 81

Contains detailed entries about John Ehle's work as special assistant to North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford, his writing career, the foundations and projects he supported, and his personal life. Topics include the University of North Carolina, desegregation efforts and civil rights protests in North Carolina, North Carolina politics, Ehle's work as advisor to Lyndon B. Johnson in the White House Group for Domestic Affaris, and the assasination of John F. Kennedy. The journal also contains John Ehle's reflections on William C. Friday, Vittorio Giannini, Frank Porter Graham, Paul Green, W. MacNeil Lowry, and Paul Ylvisaker.

The journal is mainly typescript, although some pages are handwritten. Many entries are on stationery belonging to the governor or the lieutenant governor of North Carolina.

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Processed by: Marla Miller and Jill Snider, 1995.

Encoded by: Jackie Dean, June 1998.

Updated by: Danielle Fasig, December 2012; Jackie Dean, February 2013; Anne Wells, January 2019.

Since August 2017, we have added ethnic and racial identities for individuals and families represented in collections. To determine identity, we rely on self-identification; other information supplied to the repository by collection creators or sources; public records, press accounts, and secondary sources; and contextual information in the collection materials. Omissions of ethnic and racial identities in finding aids created or updated after August 2017 are an indication of insufficient information to make an educated guess or an individual's preference for identity information to be excluded from description. When we have misidentified, please let us know at wilsonlibrary@unc.edu.

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