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|Abstract||Kathrine R. Everett (1893-1992) and R. O. Everett (1879-1971), were husband and wife lawyers who shared a practice in Durham, N.C. Kathrine R. Everett, who served on the Durham City Council, 1951-1971, received her J.D. from the University of North Carolina Law School in 1920 and was the first woman to win a case before the N.C. Supreme Court. In 1926, she married R. O. Everett, attorney, state legislator, and civic and cultural leader, who was a law student in the first class at Trinity College and became the first Durham city attorney. He served five terms in the state House of Representatives, 1921-1933. Their son, Robinson O. Everett (1928- ), Duke University law professor and judge in the U.S. Court of Military Appeals, joined them in the firm of Everett, Everett and Everett, 1956-1968. In 1954, the three were the first father, mother, and son to be admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. Papers include law office files; professional and family correspondence; and other materials relating to the Everetts' personal finances and activities, including their extensive real estate holdings in North Carolina. Well documented are Kathrine R. Everett's involvement with the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Colonial Dames of America, and the Daughters of the American Revolution and her interest in family history, including the Everett, Hicks, Hill, Kyle, McDiarmid, Robinson, and related families. Also included is material relating to R. O. Everett's efforts to memorialize Bennett Place in Durham, site of negotiations leading to the largest troop surrender of the Civil War; to Democratic Party politics; to Kathrine Everett's service on the Durham City Council, 1951-1971, and the Durham County Welfare Board, on which she served for 17 years beginning in 1934; to R. O. Everett's tenure in the North Carolina Legislature; to Katherine Everett's father, Henry McDiarmid Robinson, mayor of Fayetteville, N.C., 1923-1925; and to activities with the American Bar Association. Other items include postcards and other materials documenting the Everetts' travels around the world; family and other photographs; films and videotapes about Bennett Place and other subjects; and museum items relating to politics, women's organizations, and various events.|
|Creator||Everett, Kathrine R. (Kathrine Robinson),
Everett, R. O. (Reuben Oscar), 1879-1971.
|Curatorial Unit||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.|
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Kathrine Robinson Everett (1893-1992) and Reuben Oscar Everett (1879-1971), were husband and wife lawyers who shared a practice in Durham, N.C. Kathrine R. Everett, the first woman to win a case before the North Carolina Supreme Court, received her J.D. from the University of North Carolina Law School in 1920, making her one of the school's first women graduates. She began her legal career with the firm of her father, Henry McDiarmid Robinson, mayor of Fayetteville, N.C., 1923-1925. In 1926, she married R. O. Everett, attorney, state legislator, and civic and cultural leader of North Carolina. R. O. Everett, student of law in the first class at Trinity College, became the first Durham city attorney and the first prosecuting attorney in the Durham Recorder's Court, and served five terms in the state House of Representatives, 1921-1933. Their son, Robinson O. Everett (1928- ), Duke University law professor and judge in the United States Court of Military Appeals, joined his mother and father in the firm of Everett, Everett and Everett, 1956-1968. In 1954, the three were the first father, mother, and son to be admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
Kathrine R. Everett also was active in Democratic Party politics, serving on the Durham City Council, 1951-1971, and participating in many conventions and campaigns. She also worked for many civic organizations and was active in various women's organizations, including the Colonial Dames, the Daughters of the American Revolution, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Business and Professional Woman's Club, the Federation of Women's Club, various organizations in Durham, and the Presbyterian Church. R. O. Everett, long active in political, civic, and religious affairs of the community, was a charter member of the Durham Merchants Association and the American Law Institute, as well as a lifelong member of the American Bar Association, the North Carolina Bar Association, the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, the North Carolina Society of County and Local Historians, and the St. Philip's Episcopal Church in Durham.Back to Top
Papers include office files of Durham, N.C., lawyers Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett; professional and family correspondence; and other materials relating to the Everetts' personal finances and activities, including their extensive real estate holdings in North Carolina. Well documented are Kathrine R. Everett's involvement with the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Colonial Dames of America, and the Daughters of the American Revolution and her interest in family history, including the Everett, Hicks, Hill, Kyle, McDiarmid, Robinson, and related families. Also included is material relating to R. O. Everett's efforts to memorialize Bennett Place in Durham, site of negotiations leading to the largest troop surrender of the Civil War; to Democratic Party politics; to Kathrine Everett's service on the Durham City Council, 1951-1971, and the Durham County Welfare Board, on which she served for 17 years beginning in 1934; to R. O. Everett's tenure in the North Carolina Legislature; to Katherine Everett's father, Henry McDiarmid Robinson, mayor of Fayetteville, N.C., 1923-1925; and to activities with the American Bar Association. Other items include postcards and other materials documenting the Everetts' travels around the world; family and other photographs; films and videotapes about Bennett Place and other subjects; and museum items that relate to politics, women's organizations, and various events.Back to Top
Processing Note: For additional correspondence of Robinson O. Everett, see Addition of 2006.
Professional and family correspondence of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and Robinson O. Everett documenting their legal careers, personal and family life, and social activities. Most of the professional correspondence was written by R. O. Everett concerning politics, legal affairs, and business matters, with Kathrine R. Everett contributing heavily in all three areas, especially in business matters related to her extensive holdings of property in North Carolina. Much of the family and personal correspondence was written by Kathrine R. Everett, with R. O. Everett and, later, Robinson O. Everett adding to the material. Also included are letters related to the many social and genealogical organizations to which Kathrine R. Everett belonged. Some of the earliest correspondence relates to the Robinson and Kyle families and to Georgia ("Georgie") Hicks, aunt of Kathrine R. Everett.
Some correspondence may be found in other series, including Series 3.2. Financial and Legal Papers, Series 4. Organizations, Series 6.1. Bennett Place, and Series 6.3. Family Genealogy. This correspondence was interspersed with related materials found in original folders. Where possible, the original order has been maintained.
Correspondence and papers of the Robinson and Kyle families; papers of Georgia ("Georgie") Hicks , Kathrine R. Everett's aunt; Kathrine R. Everett's correspondence while attending various schools; and family correspondence from a European trip she and her sister took in 1911. Also included is correspondence of Henry McDiarmid Robinson, mayor of Fayetteville, N.C., 1923-1925, and Kathrine Everett's father and law partner, and of Kathrine Everett's sister, Elizabeth Robinson (Bessie), concerning politics, social events, family news, legal cases, and genealogy. Of note is a letter from Associate Justice W. R. Allen congratulating Kathrine on finishing law school.
Personal, political, and business correspondence of Kathrine R. Everett (Kathrine McDiarmid Robinson), with correspondence from R. O. Everett, Georgia Hicks, and Henry McDiarmid Robinson. Beginning in 1924, there is a considerable amount of correspondence between Kathrine and R. O. Everett that documents their courtship, engagement, and marriage. Interspersed with material in 1926 is the business and political correspondence of R. O. Everett.
Business and some personal correspondence of R. O. Everett. Most of the correspondence deals with the 1927 session of the North Carolina Legislature. There is some correspondence with Kathrine Robinson, 1925-1926.
Business, legal, personal, and political correspondence of Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett. Much of the business correspondence focuses on property management of houses in Fayetteville, N.C., and Durham, N.C., and includes Kathrine's business correspondence with her father, Henry McDiarmid Robinson, concerning legal issues and property. There is also correspondence from genealogical societies, the most prevalent being the Daughters of the American Revolution; legal organizations, including the American Bar Association; and political correspondence from the National Democratic Party. Some correspondence relates to the 1927 session of the North Carolina Legislature. Personal correspondence includes birth announcements and congratulatory cards for Robinson O. Everett in 1928, and condolences on the death of Henry McDiarmid Robinson in 1939. The Depression is mentioned throughout much of the business, political, and personal correspondence during the 1930s. There are a few letters detailing Kathrine's tenure as a trustee for Queen's College, Charlotte, N.C. Also included is correspondence with some mention of the events of World War II.
Correspondence of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and Robinson O. Everett. The business, political, legal, and personal correspondence of Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett continues with the addition of personal correspondence of Robinson Everett, away at school at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H., and, later, at Harvard University, where he received his A.B. and went on to Harvard Law School. Also included is family correspondence from when Kathrine and Robinson went on trips to Mexico and Cuba. In 1951, Kathrine was elected member of the Durham City Council, and this election is reflected in the correspondence for that year. From 1951 to 1953, Robinson's personal correspondence with his family documents his time spent in Texas serving in the Air Force as a 1st Lieutenant, JAG. Then, in 1953, his letters are written from Washington, D.C., where he was appointed to the United States Court of Military Appeals. Much of Kathrine's political correspondence involves Durham City Council issues, while much of R. O. Everett's political correspondence is concerned with absentee voting in North Carolina. In 1954, letters document the Everett family's becoming the first father, mother, and son to be admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
Mostly legal correspondence of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and some of Robinson O. Everett, in the law firm partnership of Everett, Everett, and Everett. The business, political, legal, and personal correspondence of Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett continues. Also included is family correspondence from when Kathrine and Robinson went on trips to Europe in 1957 and 1959.
Correspondence primarily related to the Bennet Place Centennial and R. O. Everett's commitment to memorializing Bennett Place in Durham, N.C., the site of negotiations that led to the largest troop surrender of the Civil War. Much of the correspondence relates to Everett's efforts to have President Lyndon B. Johnson preside over the celebrations. Johnson was unable to attend, and the correspondence documents the decision to ask Vice President Hubert Humphrey to take his place. See also Series 6.1. Bennett Place.
Legal, business, and political correspondence of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and Robinson Everett and the many law firm partnerships they were associated with, including Everett, Creech, and Hicks and Everett, Everett, and Creech. Included are letters about genealogy and other personal letters of Kathrine R. Everett.
Marked by the death of R. O. Everett in 1971, the correspondence changes significantly with a shift from R. O. Everett's legal, business, and political correspondence to Kathrine R. Everett's genealogical society materials and some legal, business, and political correspondence. Correspondence continues to document changes in law firm partnerships, with letters addressed to Everett, Everett, and Creech, then to Everett, Everett, Creech, and Craven, and finally to Everett and Hancock. Beginning in 1980, correspondence becomes more personal in nature, with a significant drop in business correspondence.
Mostly personal correspondence of Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett, including greeting cards, Christmas cards, and invitations, with some letters from members of genealogical societies discussing family histories. There is very little political and business correspondence. folders have been created for significant amounts of letters from one person or for a family.
Writings of Kathrine R. Everett, consisting mostly of speeches, with some articles. The writings document her extensive speaking career, primarily before genealogical societies, schools, social organizations, the Democratic Party, and the Durham City Council. Many of the travel articles were written with the intent to publish. Of note is her autobiographical essay and articles, written in open letter form, documenting her experience as a wife of a state legislator during the 1927 session of the North Carolina Legislature
Writings of R. O. Everett, consisting mostly of speeches, with some articles. The writings document his extensive speaking career, primarily before genealogical societies, social organizations, schools, radio audiences, the American Bar Association, the Democratic Party, and the North Carolina Legislature.
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Legal materials documenting the long legal careers of R. O. Everett and Kathrine R. Everett, with some material relating to Robinson O. Everett.
Daily memoranda, primarily from R. O. Everett's law practice in Durham, N.C., with some later memoranda from the firm of Everett, Everett, and Everett. The bulk of the papers date from 1947 to 1959; there are no memoranda for 1942 to 1945 and 1957 to 1958. Contents include brief lists of to-do items and appointments scheduled for the day.
Financial and legal papers of Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett. Early papers relate to the legal affairs of the Kyle family and Georgia ("Georgie") Hicks, aunt of Kathrine R. Everett. Legal papers include deeds, certificates of incorporation, indentures, titles, contracts, assessment notes, court briefs, power of attorney, wills, and testimonials. Financial papers include building permits, insurance material, stocks and bonds, bills, rent statements, mortgages, land surveys, tax information, sales of land, business minutes of corporations, and lease agreements.
Legal and financial volumes of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, Robinson O. Everett, and Henry McDiarmid Robinson. Early volumes include an office docket and a fee or cash book of R. O. Everett; a time book and memo book of Kathrine Robinson; and a notebook, apparently belonging to Henry McDiarmid Robinson, detailing appointments in townships with of a number of districts, possibly dating to his tenure as mayor of Fayetteville, N.C., 1923 to 1925. Later volumes are date books, day books, a ledger, and address books of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and Robinson O. Everett, corresponding to their legal partnership in the firm of Everett, Everett, and Everett, with some later volumes of Kathrine R. Everett.
Arrangement: by subject.
Papers of Kathrine R. Everett, and possibly some of R. O. Everett, documenting their participation in civic, religious, and social organizations. Materials include programs, minutes, pamphlets, invitations, yearbooks, membership cards, newsletters, rosters, constitutions and bylaws, bulletins, reports, certificates, resolutions, correspondence, budgets, sermons, announcements, and news clippings.
Papers of Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett relating to their participation in historical, patriotic, and genealogical organizations and committees. The bulk of the materials relates to R. O. Everett's commissioning a replica of the Canova Statue of George Washington for the North Carolina State House. There are also materials about Kathrine R. Everett's participation in the Colonial Dames of America, the Daughters of the American Revolution, and the United Daughters of the Confederacy, including applications, programs, reports, tickets, articles, bulletins, correspondence, minutes, lineage, notebooks, and yearbooks. The remaining items are newsletters, reports, minutes, correspondence, yearbooks, budgets, and programs. For museum items relating to these materials, see Series 10.
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Papers of Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett relating to their participation in legal organizations and conferences, including the American Bar Association, the American Law Institute, the North Carolina Bar Association, the International Bar Association, and the legal fraternity Delta Theta Phi. The bulk of the material is from American Bar Association conferences in London and Washington, D.C., including membership information, programs, seating charts, and directories from 1924, 1932, and 1957. Also included are news clippings, newsletters, reports, correspondence, and resolutions. For museum items relating to these materials, see Series 10.
Papers of Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett relating to their participation in political and government organizations, including the Democratic Party; the Durham City Council; the North Carolina Council of Civil Defense, Ground Observation Corps; the North Carolina Legislature; the Southern Council on International Relations; the Welfare Board; the War Finance Committee; and the War Savings Committee. The bulk of the material relates to the Democratic Party, Durham City Government, and North Carolina Legislature. These materials consist of brochures, handbooks, programs, and tickets to Democratic Party conventions; reports, programs, letters, news clippings, agendas, budgets, election ephemera, and district maps from the Durham City Council; and bills, resolutions, correspondence, budgets, district information, and reports from the North Carolina Legislature. Material relating to the Welfare Board, on which Kathrine R. Everett served, includes pamphlets, reports, budgets, cases, juvenile court statistics, and correspondence. Also included are brochures, agendas, addresses, and lists of participants for the North Carolina Council of Civil Defense. Researchers should also see Series 9. Pictures for official and civilian photographs from a trip to Colorado for the Air Defense Command, 1956.
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For museum items relating to these materials, see Series 10.
Mostly alumnae and board of trustees material of Kathrine R. Everett relating to various institutions.
School notebooks produced by Kathrine R. Everett while attending Fayetteville High School, North Carolina State Normal and Industrial College, and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Papers of R. O. Everett chronicling his lifetime commitment to memorializing Bennett Place in Durham, N.C., the site of negotiations that led to the largest troop surrender of the Civil War. Material includes correspondence, programs, donation information, committee lists, newspaper clippings, pictures and maps of the site, seating and ticket lists, speeches and writings, and a television documentary script. Researchers should also see Series 1.7., which contains correspondence primarily relating to the Bennett Place Centennial of 1965; Series 8., which contains photographs of the Bennett Place grounds, restored buildings, monument, and slides of the documentary on Bennett Place with accompanying director's script; and Series 9., which contains film and video about Bennett Place.
Biographical information of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, Robinson O. Everett, and Henry McDiarmid Robinson, including birth, death, and marriage certificates; awards; diplomas; certificates; newspaper clippings; and scrapbooks.
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Notes, writings, and some letters related to family genealogy of Kathrine R. Everett. folders have been created for significant amounts of material relating to a family name. For museum items relating to these materials, see Series 10.
Papers of Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett documenting their active social life, including social calendars, a diary of Kathrine R. Everett, guest lists for parties, invitations, postcards, theater and other event programs, recipes, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings. For museum items relating to these materials, see Series 10.
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Papers of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and Robinson O. Everett, documenting their travels in the United States and to Europe, Mexico, Cuba, Russia, and other countries, including passports, journals, scrapbooks, travel programs, itineraries, and other items.
Photographs of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and Robinson O. Everett, most of which are family photographs.
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Individual photographs of Kathrine R. Everett from high school through her adult years, 1909-1990 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/1
Several of the later photographs are of Everett in her law office. 33 items.
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Individual photographs of R. O. Everett as a young boy through his adult years, 1890s-1950s and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/2
Included are publicity portraits from the 1927 North Carolina Legislature. 8 items.
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Individual photographs of Robinson O. Everett as a young boy to his adult years, 1932-1956 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/3
Included are photographs of Everett at Harvard University and in uniform. 14 items. Some negatives on file.
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Photographs of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and Robinson O. Everett together, 1930s-1973 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/4
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Photographs of Kathrine R. Everett with others, 1916-1977 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/5
Includes group pictures of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Durham City Council meetings, dinner parties, class reunions, WRDU-TV dedication, and the Distinguished Women of North Carolina awards. 30 items.
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Photographs of R. O. Everett with others, 1957-1970s and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/6
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Photographs of Robinson O. Everett with others, 1947-1989 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/7
Includes group pictures at Harvard University, an American Bar Association meeting, and in his office as chief judge of the Court of Appeals for the Armed Services. 18 items. Some negatives on file.
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Group portrait, Harvard Law Review, 1949 #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " OP-PF-4735/2
Includes R. O. Everett.
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Early photographs of Everett and Robinson family members, 1860s-1900s #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/8
Includes cousin Mary Hill Robinson, Henry McDiamid Robinson, and Georgia ("Georgie") Hicks. 17 items.
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Tintype of an unidentified Confederate soldier #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " SF-P-4735/1
Probably a member of the Everett family or Robinson family
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Early photographs of Robinson family members, 1910s-1920s #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/9
Includes Kathrine R. Everett, her sister Elizabeth Robinson Fort, and her father, Henry McDiarmid Robinson. 31 items. Most negatives on file.
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Small photograph album containing photographs of Robinson O. Everett as a baby and as a young boy, with Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and various family members, 1928-1934 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/10
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Photographs of Kathrine R. Everett, R. O. Everett, and Robinson O. Everett as a baby with various family members, 1927-1932 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/11
100 items. Most negatives on file.
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Photographs of Robinson O. Everett as a young boy with family members, including his mother and father, 1934-1953 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/12
Also included are a photograph of the Hicks family reunion, 1946; Robinson's high school graduation, and Robinson in uniform. 70 items. Most negatives on file.
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Photographs of Everett family and Robinson O. Everett's children, 1965-1986 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/13
Also included are photographic copies of portraits of ancestors Governor Edmund Jennings, ca. 1720 and Benjamin West Robinson, ca. 1885 and a photograph of the Everett family crest. 21 items. Some negatives on file.
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Photographs of various individuals, some identified, known to Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett, 1920-1987 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/14
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Group photographs of people, some identified, known to Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett, 1940-1990 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/15
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African Americans, late 19th to early 20th century #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/16
Includes several photographs of Jesse Barber, former slave and philosopher, caning a chair. 9 items. Jesse Barber negatives on file.
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Official and unofficial photographs of a trip taken by Kathrine R. Everett to Colorado. 25 items.
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Bennett Place, 1920-1965 and undated #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/18
Photographs of Bennett Place grounds, memorial, buildings, and ceremonies. 23 items. Some negatives on file.
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Southern architecture, 1900s-1920s #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/19
Mostly undated photographs of houses, plantations, and cottages, presumably located in the South. 10 items.
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Undated stereopticons of the moon, Egypt, Java, and Italy #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/20
Produced by the Keystone View Company. 4 items.
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Photographs taken during separate trips to Cuba by Kathrine R. Everett and Robinson O. Everett, 1951, and aboard the Queen Mary by Kathrine R. Everett and R. O. Everett, 1957 #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/21
28 items. Cuba negatives on file.
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Undated photographs taken during trips to Mexico, China, Italy, and France #04735, Series: "8. Pictures, 1861-1990 and undated. " PF-4735/22
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Film and video tape related to the Bennett Place ceremony and television documentary, two reels of film from the a dedication at WRDU-TV in 1969, and one videotape possibly containing information about the life of R. O. Everett.
Bennett Place television special, time 28:26 #04735, Series: "9. Audio Visual Material, 1965-1971 and undated. " VT-4735/6
2" Open Reel Video
2" Open Reel Video
WRDU-TV Dedication, 6 February 1969 #04735, Series: "9. Audio Visual Material, 1965-1971 and undated. " VT-4735/8
2" Open Reel Video
"Mr. Everett, Sr.," April 1971 #04735, Series: "9. Audio Visual Material, 1965-1971 and undated. " VT-4735/9
2" Open Reel Video
Items separated under the care of the North Carolina Collection. The arrangement follows series order and includes items corresponding to Series 4.2. Legal Organizations; Series 4.3. Political Organizations; Series 5. School Materials; Series 6.3. Historical, Patriotic, and Genealogical Organizations; and Series 7.1 Social Activities.
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Personal correspondence of Robinson O. Everett, a small number of compositions possibly by R. O. Everett, and other items.
Contains "Within the Politics of a Modern Southern City" by R. O. Everett as well as compositions by unidentifed author, possibly R. O. Everett: "Criminal Investigation Under Military Law,""United States Court of Military Appeals," and "Collateral Attack on Court Martial Action."
Printed material relating to Durham High, Phillips Exeter, and Harvard University.
Undated itineraries and notes.
Includes receipts, medical instructions for R. O. Everett, notes, and other items.
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Processed by: Linda Sellars and James M. Roth, January 2001
Encoded by: James M. Roth
Updated by: Nancy Kaiser, March 2021
Finding aid updated in November 2006 by Jackie Dean because of addition; updated in July 2010 and March 2011 by Kathryn Michaelis for digitization.
The Addition of 2006 has not been incorporated into the original organization of the collection. These materials are similar to those in the original deposit.Back to Top