Collection Number: 70106

Collection Title: G. K. Butterfield Papers, 1942-2021

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Size 13.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 4500 items)
Abstract G. K. Butterfield (1947-) is a Black civil rights activist, U.S. Army veteran, lawyer, judge, and U.S. representative from Wilson, N.C. The collection consists chiefly of photographs, speeches, printed materials, newspapers, political ephemera, audiovisual materials, and artifacts that document G. K. Butterfield's personal and professional life; Black history, including judicial, political, and civic leaders in Wilson, N.C., the state of North Carolina, and in the United States; and politics and political figures in Washington, D.C., while Butterfield served in the U.S. House of Representatives and as chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. Topics include Butterfield's education at Charles H. Darden High School and North Carolina Central University; his career in law (at Fitch, Butterfield, and Wynn), in the judiciary (North Carolina Superior Court and North Carolina Supreme Court), and in politics (representing the 1st district of North Carolina in U.S. Congress); his lifelong social justice activism, especially for voting rights; awards and recognition, including congratulatory and thank you correspondence from Congressional colleagues; local and national news coverage of current events, including September 11th, and national politics, including elections and impeachment; Butterfield's perspective on the Obama presidency; celebratory events, such as swearing-in ceremonies and anniversary observances of historic people and events, including the death of John Lewis and the Selma March; and G. K. Butterfield Sr.'s affiliation with the Old North State Dental Society. There are also files of ephemera, photographs, and artifacts curated by Butterfield that relate to his personal and professional life, work, and interests.
Creator Butterfield, G. K. (George Kenneth), 1947-
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.
Language English
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Library use only for some digital files found in this collection. Contact wilsonlibrary@unc.edu to discuss access options.
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No usage restrictions.
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 G. K. Butterfield Papers #70106, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from G. K. Butterfield in September 2021 (Acc. 20210921.1) and April 2022 (Acc. 20220422.1).
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G. K. Butterfield (1947-) is a Black civil rights activist, U.S. Army veteran, lawyer, judge, and U.S. representative from Wilson, N.C. Butterfield graduated from Charles H. Darden High School and earned bachelor's and law degrees from North Carolina Central University. His commitment to civil rights and workers rights began while he was a young adult. He grew up watching his politically active parents, G. K. Butterfield and Addie Davis Butterfield, advocate for voting rights for African Americans. As a college student he worked on voter registration drives in Durham, N.C., and in 1968 he organized a march from the state capital in Raleigh to the Wilson County Courthouse in support of voting rights. Butterfield also stood with Duke University Hospital employees who were organzing in 1965 for workers' rights.

Butterfield was drafted into the U.S. Army during his junior year of college, served at Fort Bragg, then returned to North Carolina Central University to complete his bachelor degree in political science and sociology and a law degree. After law school, Butterfield returned to Wilson, N.C., to establish a law practice with partners Milton F. "Toby" Fitch and Quentin T. Sumner. In 1983, Sumner left the practice, and the following year James Andrew Wynn Jr. joined. Butterfield's litigation included voting rights cases with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund that helped African American candidates get elected throughout eastern North Carolina. In 1988, Butterfield was elected Superior Court judge, a position he held until 2001, when he was appointed to the North Carolina Supreme Court by Governor Mike Easley. While serving on the North Carolina Supreme Court Butterfield wrote opinions on cases involving judicial sentencing procedures, eminent domain, and the application of capital punishment. Butterfield was not reelected to this position in 2002 and returned, by appointment, to the North Carolina Superior Court for another 2 years of service before retiring from the bench in 2004.

In 2004, Butterfield was elected in a special election to fill the unexpired term of Frank Ballance, who represented the 1st District of North Carolina in the U.S. House of Representatives. He has served the 1st District continuously since then. During his tenure, he has served on various committees (and subcommittees), including Agriculture, Armed Services, Ethics, Energy and Commerce (subcommittees on Health; Communications and Technology; Energy; and Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade), and House Administration (subcommittee on Elections). He also has served as Chief or Senior Chief Deputy Whip of the House Democratic Caucus since 2007, and chaired the Congressional Black Caucus during the 114th Congress. Butterfield's Congressional service has focused on access to health care; education; investments in rural communities, such as broadband expansion; consumer privacy; veterans; renewable energies; and federal programs, such as reduced energy rates, that support low-income and middle-class Americans.

His parents were G. K. Butterfield Sr., who emigrated from Bermuda in 1917, and Addie Davis Butterfield, who was born in Wilson County, N.C. They met at Shaw University in Raleigh, N.C. Addie Butterfield was a classroom teacher for 48 years, with a special focus on teaching literacy. Before attending Shaw, G. K. Butterfield Sr. volunteered to serve the United States in World War I as a non-citizen; after Shaw he attended Meharry Dental School in Tennessee, then practiced dentistry in Wilson, N.C., for 50 years. Butterfield Sr. helped found the Wilson branch of the NAACP to help register Black voters, and in 1953 was the first Black person elected to the city council in Wilson and the first Black official elected in eastern North Carolina since Reconstruction. He was defeated in 1957 after the city council changed the method of election from district to at-large representation, which diluted the strength of Ward 3, the African American district.

Butterfield has had a lifelong interest in history, especially in documenting African American history. His documentarian work accelerated while in Congress when he began taking his own photographs and collecting memorabilia during Congressional business, including diplomatic trips abroad.

Adapted from G. K. Butterfield's official biography and "Retiring Congressman G.K. Butterfield donates papers to UNC-Chapel Hill Library " by Claire Cusick.

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The collection consists chiefly of photographs, speeches, printed materials, newspapers, political ephemera, audiovisual materials, and artifacts that have been arranged into four series:

Series 1. Personal and Professional Life, including his education at Charles H. Darden High School and North Carolina Central University; his legal career at Fitch, Butterfield, and Wynn; his father's affiliation with the Old North State Dental Society; his judicial career in the North Carolina Superior Court and the North Carolina Supreme Court; and his political career, campaigning for a seat in U.S. Congress representing the 1st district of North Carolina.

Series 2. Black History, including Black lawyers and judges, and the history of Black life and experience in Wilson, N.C., the state of North Carolina, and the United States.

Series 3. Politics, including the Congressional Black Caucus; Jesse Jackson; John Lewis; Voting Rights Act Extension; Barack Obama's campaign, inauguration and presidential era; Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign; Donald Trump's impeachment; and Joseph Biden's presidential campaign.

Series 4. Curated Files consists of 69 files created by Butterfield of ephemera, photographs, and artifacts relating to his personal and professional life, work, and interests.

Series 5. Other Materials consists of artifacts collected by G. K. Butterfield chiefly during his time in U.S. Congress.

Other topics in the first 5 series include Butterfield's lifelong social justice activism, especially for voting rights; awards and recognition for Butterfield, including congratulatory and thank you correspondence chiefly from Congressional colleagues; local and national news coverage of current events, such as September 11th, and national politics, such as elections and impeachment; Butterfield's perspective on the Obama presidency; celebratory events, such as swearing-in ceremonies and anniversary observances of historic people and events, such as the death of John Lewis and the Selma March.

Series 6A. Digital Images (Addition of April 2022) document activities, travel, and the political and social network of G. K. Butterfield while serving as a U.S. congressman from 2005 to 2021. Topics include campaigns and fundraising; congressional events, such as Civil Rights anniversary celebrations and delegation travel to foreign countries; the Congressional Black Caucus; meetings with dignitaries, such as Presidents Bush and Obama; 2nd Congressional District work, such as tours of farms, military bases, health clinics, and companies; the North Carolina Black Legislative Caucus; and the investiture of James "Jim" Andrew Wynn Jr. as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. There are also photographs documenting the Old North State Dental Society.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Personal and Professional, 1956-2021.

About 2000 items.

Arrangement: by subject groups as created by and received from G. K. Butterfield.

  • Charles H. Darden High School
  • North Carolina Central University
  • Fitch, Butterfield, and Wynn
  • Old North State Dental Society
  • Speech Archive
  • North Carolina Superior Court Judge
  • North Carolina Supreme Court Justice
  • G. K. Butterfield Political Campaign
  • G. K. Butterfield Features
  • Miscellaneous Photographs

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021

About 50 items.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/1

News coverage, 2007-2008, 2017 #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" OPF-70106/1

Chiefly documenting reunions and history of the alumni association. Includes advertising supplement with personal ads.

Folder 1-4

Folder 1

Folder 2

Folder 3

Folder 4

Alumni Association, 1976-2021 #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" Folder 1-4

Includes class anniversary event programs, remarks by G. K. Butterfield, Darden's Legacy.

Folder 5

Other materials #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" Folder 5

Lists of graduates (1924-1970), lists of teachers and a tribute to them, printed name cards, celebration of life program for Cleveland Edward Flowe Jr., invitation to birthday celebration for Addie Scipio Hagans.

Folder 6

Other materials, 1963, 1965 #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" Folder 6

Commencement programs, Senior Memories scrapbook and yearbook. Scrapbook might need attention.

Folder 7

Trojan yearbook, 1964 #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" Folder 7

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/1-10

PF-70106/1

PF-70106/2

PF-70106/3

PF-70106/4

PF-70106/5

PF-70106/6

PF-70106/7

PF-70106/8

PF-70106/9

PF-70106/10

Photographs: Reunions and events, Class of 1965, circa 1990s-2000s #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/1-10

Color photographic prints, color 35mm roll film

50 images

Includes negatives.

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/11

Photographs: Unidentified funeral, circa 2000s #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/11

Color photographic prints, Black-and-white photographic prints

9 images

Includes scans of yearbook.

Oversize Image Folder OP-PF-70106/12-13

OP-PF-70106/12

OP-PF-70106/13

Photographs: Charles H. Darden marching band on steps of U.S. Capitol Building, Washington, D.C., 7 April 1964 #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" OP-PF-70106/12-13

Black-and-white photographic print

2 images

The marching band was participating in the Cherry Blossom Parade. The flag flying at half-mast was in recognition of General Douglas MacArthur, whose body was lying in state at the Capitol.

Digital Folder DF-70106/7

Darden Alumni #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" DF-70106/7

Digital Folder DF-70106/8

50th Class Reunion, Class of 1965, May 2015 #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" DF-70106/8

Videotape VT-70106/2

Charles H. Darden Alumni Association Wilson Chapter, The 1st Annual Emancipation Proclamation Celebration Breakfast Buffet honoring the historical contributions of our churches and clergy, 1 January 2003 #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" VT-70106/2

VHS

Audiocassette C-70106/1

Dedication speech, Charles H. Darden Alumni, Family Center, May 1991 #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" C-70106/1

Audiocassette

Museum Item MU-70106/141

Charles H. Darden High School license plate #70106, Subseries: "Charles H. Darden High School, 1963-2021" MU-70106/141

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About 20 items.

Folder 8

Printed material, 2002, 2010, 2015 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Central University (NCCU), 1974-2019" Folder 8

Founders Day Convocations; Soaring on the Legacy: A Concise History of North Carolina Central University; NCCU Now.

Folder 9

Printed material, 2009, 2019 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Central University (NCCU), 1974-2019" Folder 9

Class of 1969: 40th and 50th class anniversaries.

Folder 10

Printed material, 1974, 1993, 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Central University (NCCU), 1974-2019" Folder 10

1974 Alumni Directory; programs from installations of Julius L. Chambers and Debra Saunders-White as chancellors of NCCU; commencement program; Of Counsel.

Folder 11

Printed material, 2008, 2009, 2014, 2015 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Central University (NCCU), 1974-2019" Folder 11

Homecoming 2008, So Far: 70th Anniversary of NCCU School of Law.

Folder 12

The Eagle, 2009 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Central University (NCCU), 1974-2019" Folder 12

Folder 13

North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus Inaugural Founders' Day Reception and Black History Month Celebration program, 2017 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Central University (NCCU), 1974-2019" Folder 13

Museum Item MU-70106/2-4

MU-70106/2

MU-70106/3

MU-70106/4

North Carolina Central University lapel pins #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Central University (NCCU), 1974-2019" MU-70106/2-4

Museum Item MU-70106/78

North Carolina Central University 1910-2005, 95th Anniversary, lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Central University (NCCU), 1974-2019" MU-70106/78

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About 20 items.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/2

Profile of Fitch, Butterfield, and Wynn law firm in The Wilson Daily Times, 2004 #70106, Subseries: "Fitch, Butterfield, and Wynn, 1970s-2004" OPF-70106/2

Museum Item MU-70106/160

2008 Democratic National Convention lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "Fitch, Butterfield, and Wynn, 1970s-2004" MU-70106/160

Folder 14

Papers, 1970s-1980s, 2014 #70106, Subseries: "Fitch, Butterfield, and Wynn, 1970s-2004" Folder 14

Letter notifying Butterfield that he passed the North Carolina State Bar and a congratulatory note from Earl Whitted Jr., 1975; newspaper clippings relating to Butterfield's graduation from NCCU School of Law and passing the Bar; Butterfield's attorney license; announcements of opening of Fitch, Butterfield, and Wynn; print out of "It's History: Three men fueled Civil Rights 'fire' into Wilson law firm, building a legal legacy whose history is yet to be etched."

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/14-18

PF-70106/14

PF-70106/15

PF-70106/16

PF-70106/17

PF-70106/18

Photographs: Milton F. "Toby" Fitch Jr., G. K. Butterfield, and James Andrew Wynn Jr. #70106, Subseries: "Fitch, Butterfield, and Wynn, 1970s-2004" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/14-18

Color photographic prints, Black-and-white photographic prints

20 images

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About 10 items.

The Old North State Dental Society has its origins in the late 1800s as a multi-professional alliance of African American physicians, pharmacists, and dentists. In 1947, the dentists split from the alliance to form their own group. Meetings took place annually on the campuses of Historically Black Universities and Colleges.

Folder 15

Papers, 1956-1960 #70106, Subseries: "Old North State Dental Society, 1948-1970s" Folder 15

Rosters of the dental society, a letter concerning a photograph of society members, and letterhead of the Auxiliary of the Old North State Dental Association.

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/19

Photographs: Old North State Dental Society group portraits #70106, Subseries: "Old North State Dental Society, 1948-1970s" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/19

Black-and-white photographic prints

6 images

Several of the images appear to include G.K. Butterfield and his father.

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/20

Photographs: Old North State Dental Society group portraits, 1948-1970s #70106, Subseries: "Old North State Dental Society, 1948-1970s" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/20

Black-and-white photographic prints

5 images

Several of the images appear to include G.K. Butterfield and his father.

Oversize Image Folder OP-PF-70106/21

Photographs: Old North State Dental Society group portraits #70106, Subseries: "Old North State Dental Society, 1948-1970s" OP-PF-70106/21

Black-and-white photographic prints

1 image

Image appears to include G. K. Butterfield and his father.

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About 50 items.

Folder 16-20

Folder 16

Folder 17

Folder 18

Folder 19

Folder 20

Speeches by G. K. Butterfield #70106, Subseries: "Speech archives, 1970-2006" Folder 16-20

  • North Carolina League of Women Voters Annual Convention, Charlotte, 21 June 2003
  • Calvary Presbyterian Church, Father's Day, Wilson, 18 June 2006
  • Calvary Presbyterian Church, Men's Day, Wilson, 17 November 1985
  • Black Media Organization, Charlotte, 12 May 1984
  • St. John AME Zion Church, First Senior Banquet, Wilson, 10 May 2003
  • Charles H. Darden Alumni Association, Banquet, Wilson, 1 May 2003
  • Old North State Medical/Dental Society Joint Convention, Wilmington, 23 June 2001
  • Alamance County Human Relations Annual Banquet, Burlington, 4 November 2001
  • L.N. Forbes OFWB, Men's Conference, Wilson, 3 November 2001
  • North Carolina Council of Educational Opportunity Fall Conference, Winston-Salem, 7 November 2001
  • Charles H. Williamson Bar Association Annual Banquet, Henderson, N.C., 1 November 2001
  • Ralph L. Fike High School Commencement, Wilson, N.C., 10 June 1994
  • North Carolina Furnishings Festival, Thomas Day Celebration, High Point, N.C. 4 August 2001
  • Charles H. Darden Alumni Association Emancipation Proclamation, Wilson, N.C., 1 January 2003
  • Ebenezer Baptist Church Family and Friends Day, Rocky Mount, N.C., 2 October 1994
  • Ed Carter for Mayor Appreciation Dinner, Greenville, N.C., 23 February 1989
  • Fayetteville Human Relations 31st Recognition Banquet, Fort Bragg, N.C., 8 March 2002
  • Caswell County NAACP, 21st Annual Meeting, Yanceyville, N.C. 23 February 2002
  • Wayne County Democratic Women Dinner, Goldsboro, N.C., 18 February 2002
  • Caswell County NAACP Annual Banquet, Yanceyville, N.C., 9 February 1991
  • Carol Caldwell Foundation Scholarship Dinner, Greenville, N.C., 20 May 1989
  • Darden High School Class of 1965, 25th Anniversary Reunion, Wilson, 1 September 1990
  • North Carolina Central University class presentation, Durham, 11 May 1971
  • Wilson Human Relations Commission Annual Banquet, Wilson, N.C., 20 February 1990
  • Suggs Christian Temple, Men's Day, Wilson, N.C., 21 June 1981
  • Fayetteville Branch NAACP, Founder's Day, Fayetteville, N.C., 13 February 1987
  • Thomas Walker/J.O. Thorne Campaign, GOTV Appreciation Banquet, Rocky Mount, N.C., 31 October 1986
  • Links, Inc. Banquet, Greenville, N.C., 18 November 1989
  • Greenwood Baptist Church, Men's Day Observance, Warrenton, N.C., 24 June 1989
  • St. Rose Disciples of Christ Church, Martin Luther King Celebration, Wilson, N.C., 13 January 1990
  • Nash County Minority Democrats Banquet, Nashville, N.C., 28 October 1989
  • Nash County CRD Annual Awards Banquet, Nashville, N.C., 4 November 1988
  • Tar River Elected Officials Banquet, Rocky Mount, N.C., 26 September 1989
  • Men's Civic Club Martin Luther King Celebration, Wilson, N.C., 15 January 1989
  • Edgecombe County Appreciation Dinner, Rocky Mount, N.C., 31 October 1986
  • Ebenezer Baptist Church 18th Pastoral Anniversary, Rocky Mount, N.C., 10 December 1988
  • Ebenezer Baptist Church 17th Pastoral Anniversary, Rocky Mount, N.C., 12 December 1987
  • Future Farmers of America Annual Banquet, Rocky Ridge, N.C., 17 February 1978
  • Future Homemakers of America Leadership Meeting, Rocky Mount, N.C., 2 November 1987
  • John Bee Moore for Senate Banquet, Weldon, N.C., 23 June 1984
  • Ralph L. Fike High School Class of 1971 Reunion Banquet, Wilson, N.C., 5 September 1981
  • Wilson Human Relations Commission Introduction of Michaux, Wilson, N.C., 5 February 1981
  • North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers, Keynote Address, 1 January 1970
  • Political speech, Wilson, N.C., 1 January 1975
Folder 21

Speeches and writings by others #70106, Subseries: "Speech archives, 1970-2006" Folder 21

Includes speeches and writings by Jesse Jackson, Thurgood Marshall, Julian Bond, K. Edward Greene, James A. Wynn Jr., Walter Dellinger, Ralph David Abernathy, Gene Nichol, Louvenia Ward, and William Raspberry.

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About 300 items.

Folder 22

Papers, 1988, 1997 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Folder 22

G. K. Butterfield's Superior Court Judge license (in leather case); undated roster of Judges of the Superior Court; G. K. Butterfield for Judge Committee campaign pamphlet; verdict sheet for Halifax County, The State of North Carolina vs. Bernice Hunt.

Folder 23

Papers, 1988, 1989, 1992 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Folder 23

Letter from Charles Bryant Winberry to G. K. Butterfield regarding judicial schedule, funeral program for Winberry, and Presentation of the Portrait of The Honorable Charles Bryant Winberry.

Folder 24

Certification and Oath of Office, 2002 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Folder 24

Folder 25

Judicial Oath of Office, 2002 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Folder 25

Includes appointment letter signed by Governor Michael Easley.

Folder 26

Transcript of Ceremonial Session for the Oath of Office to George K. Butterfield Jr., 1989 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Folder 26

Folder 27

News articles about G. K. Butterfield as a Superior Court judge, 1989-1995 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Folder 27

Folder 28

Proposed order in Dixon v. Price and a judgment suspending sentence, 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Folder 28

Copy of the last case signed by G. K. Butterfield before beginning term on the North Carolina Supreme Court.

Folder 29

Papers, 2003-2004 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Folder 29

Email regarding the court schedule; G. K. Butterfield's retirement from the bench letter and certificate signed by Governor Michael Easley.

Image Box 6

Photograph Album PA-70106/1

Photographs: North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-1989 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Imagebox 6, Photoalbum PA-70106/1

Color photographic prints, Black-and-white photographic prints, printed materials

"The Peoples Day," Butterfield photos and newspaper clippings, scrapbook, 1987 copy of Butterfield paycheck

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/22-25

PF-70106/22

PF-70106/23

PF-70106/24

PF-70106/25

Photographs: Campaign events, 1988 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/22-25

Color photographic prints

120 images

Images appear to be from campaign events.

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/26-30

PF-70106/26

PF-70106/27

PF-70106/28

PF-70106/29

PF-70106/30

Photographs: Swearing-in ceremony, 1989 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/26-30

Color photographic prints

60 images

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/31

Photographs: Swearing-in ceremony, 1989 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/31

Color photographic prints

6 images

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/32

Photographs: Portraits, 1989 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/32

Color photographic prints

12 images

Images of G. K. Butterfield in courtroom.

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/33-35

PF-70106/33

PF-70106/34

PF-70106/35

Photographs: Portraits, 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/33-35

Color photographic negatives

24 images

Image Box 1

Image Folder PF-70106/36

Photographs: Unidentified swearing-in ceremony, 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" Imagebox 1, Imagefolder PF-70106/36

Color photographic print

1 image

Oversize Image Folder OP-PF-70106/37

Photographs: "First African-American Superior Court Judges Elected in Eastern North Carolina, November 1989 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" OP-PF-70106/37

Color photographic print

L to R: Cy A. Grant (District 6B), Ernest B. Fullwood (District 5), and G. K. Butterfield (District 7BC).

Museum Item MU-70106/131

"Re-elect Judge Ernest Fullwood November 8, 1994" name plate, 1994 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Superior Court Judge, 1988-2004" MU-70106/131

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About 500 items.
Folder 30

Papers, 2001-2002 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Folder 30

Campaign printed materials; press release and coverage in The Wilson Daily Times of G. K. Butterfield's announcement of his campaign to run for election to the North Carolina Supreme Court; invitation to a birthday party fundraiser and related coverage in "Under the Dome" section of The News and Observer.

Folder 31

Correspondence, 2000-2002 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Folder 31

Includes printed emails, documenting the communications leading up to and following G. K. Butterfield's appointment to the North Carolina Supreme Court; the swearing in ceremony for James Andrew Wynn Jr.; presentation of portraits of John Webb and Louis B. Meyer, Associate Justices of the North Carolina Supreme Court; letters acknowledging G. K. Butterfield's loss in the 2002 election, including a signed letter from former Governor James B. Hunt. Also includes a laminated card with contact information (home phone numbers) of North Carolina Supreme Court Justices.

Folder 32

Advance Sheets of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of North Carolina, vol. 34, no. 10 and vol. 36, no 1. 2001, 2003 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Folder 32

Folder 33

Swearing-in ceremony materials, 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Folder 33

Includes news coverage, oath of office, program, G. K. Butterfield's remarks.

Folder 34

News coverage, 2001-2002 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Folder 34

Topics chiefly include G. K. Butterfield's appointment as a North Carolina Supreme Court Justice.

Folder 35

News coverage, 2002 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Folder 35

Topics include redistricting challenges and the courts.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/3

News coverage, 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" OPF-70106/3

Topics include redistricting challenges and the courts.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/4

News coverage, 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" OPF-70106/4

Topics include G. K. Butterfield's appointment as a North Carolina Supreme Court Justice.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/5

News coverage, 2000-2002 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" OPF-70106/5

Topics include re-segregation of schools in North Carolina; a re-sentencing death penalty case in which G. K. Butterfield wrote the majority opinion; and G. K. Butterfield's campaign fundraiser in May 2002.

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/38-48

PF-70106/38

PF-70106/39

PF-70106/40

PF-70106/41

PF-70106/42

PF-70106/43

PF-70106/44

PF-70106/45

PF-70106/46

PF-70106/47

PF-70106/48

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/38-48

Color photographic prints

200 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/49

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Dan Blue," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/49

Color photographic prints

200 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/50

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Sammie Chess," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/50

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/51

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Family," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/51

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/52

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Pat Fitch," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/52

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/53

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Henry E. Frye," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/53

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/54

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Fullwood," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/54

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/55

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Sam Gray," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/55

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/56

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Abe Jones," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/56

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/57

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Ola Lewis," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/57

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/58

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Quentin T. Sumner," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/58

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/59

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Webb," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/59

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/60

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Jim Wynn," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/60

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/61

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "The Boys," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/61

Color photographic prints

15 images

G.K. Butterfield, James Andrew Wynn Jr., Milton F. "Toby" Fitch.

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/62

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "Miscellaneous," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/62

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/63

Photographs: Swearing in ceremony, "!," 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/63

Color photographic prints

15 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/64

Photographs: Portraits in courtroom, circa August 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/64

Color photographic prints

8 images

Includes images depicting all justices at the bench.

Videotape VT-70106/1

Supreme Court of North Carolina, Justice George Kenneth Butterfield Jr. swearing in ceremony, 8 February 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" VT-70106/1

VHS

Digital Folder DF-70106/4

North Carolina Center for Voter Education, Butterfield comments from a press conference at Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, 2001 #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" DF-70106/4

Museum Item MU-70106/145

Associate Justice G. K. Butterfield Jr. name plate #70106, Subseries: "North Carolina Supreme Court Justice, 2000-2003" MU-70106/145

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About 200 items.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/6-9

OPF-70106/6

OPF-70106/7

OPF-70106/8

OPF-70106/9

News coverage, 2003-2004 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Political Campaign, 2003-2004, 2008(?)" OPF-70106/6-9

News coverage in The Wilson Daily Times and The News and Observer of audit of Frank Balance that led to G. K. Butterfield challenging him in the First Congressional District race.

Folder 36

News coverage, 2004 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Political Campaign, 2003-2004, 2008(?)" Folder 36

Topics include G. K. Butterfield's campaign, as covered in The Wilson Daily Times, The Rocky Mount Telegram, and The Daily Advance.

Folder 37

Papers, 2003-2004 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Political Campaign, 2003-2004, 2008(?)" Folder 37

Printed emails and news articles relating to G. K. Butterfield's decision to run against incumbent Frank Ballance in North Carolina's first Congressional district.

Folder 38

Printed campaign materials, 2004, 2008(?) #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Political Campaign, 2003-2004, 2008(?)" Folder 38

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/65

G.K. Butterfield Political Campaign, 2003-2004, 2009-2010 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Political Campaign, 2003-2004, 2008(?)" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/65

Includes Rep. Butterfield on stage with others Color photographic prints

2 images

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/66

G.K. Butterfield Political Campaign, "Victory Night," 20 July 2004 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Political Campaign, 2003-2004, 2008(?)" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/66

Color photographic prints

40 images

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021

About 400 items.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/10

News coverage, 1980, 1989, 1990, 1995, 1998 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" OPF-70106/10

Topics include voting rights, the death of G. K. Butterfield Sr., G. K. Butterfield Jr.'s service on the Wilson Board of Adjustment, the North Carolina Superior Court,

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/11

News coverage, 2001-2002 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" OPF-70106/11

Topics include G. K. Butterfield's appointment to North Carolina Superior Court, September 11th, an oral history with him in Remembering Jim Crow by William Chafe.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/12

News coverage, 2003-2004 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" OPF-70106/12

Topics include Darden Alumni Association, judicial reform, election of G. K. Butterfield to House of Representatives, efforts to name a post office for John Hervey Wheeler, a Black businessperson and civil rights activist.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/13

News coverage, 2005 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" OPF-70106/13

Topics include reelection, Rosa Parks memorial service, congressional activities.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/14

News coverage, 2006 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" OPF-70106/14

Topics include reelection, business and political relationship with Bermuda.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/15

News coverage, 2007-2009 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" OPF-70106/15

Topics include health care plans, constituent events, Edward Kennedy's funeral.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/16

News coverage, 2010, 2012, 2015, 2020 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" OPF-70106/16

Topics include the passage of Obamacare, Martin Luther King Jr. Day events, impeachment of Donald Trump, the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.

Folder 39

News coverage, 1980s-2020 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" Folder 39

Topics include elections and politics, awards, legislative work, the Frank Balance audit.

Folder 40-41

Folder 40

Folder 41

News coverage, 1970s-2020 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" Folder 40-41

Topics include elections and politics, awards, legislative work.

Folder 42-45

Folder 42

Folder 43

Folder 44

Folder 45

Events, Awards, and Recognition, 1981-2008 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" Folder 42-45

Resolutions, keynote speeches, birthday celebrations, service appreciation, including State of Alabama House of Representatives resolution recognizing G. K. Butterfield as the keynote speaker for the 2006 J.W. Darden Alumni Association Grand Reunion; certificate of appreciation from the Military Officers Association of America; Certificate of Congressional Recognition, by Sheila Jackson Lee, on the occasion of the 8th Annual Gospel Music Heritage Month Celebration; certificate of appreciation from the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People; Wilson Board of Directors of the Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) of Wilson, N.C.; Bachelor of Hamburgerology from McDonald's Hamburger University; Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Fayetteville State University; Certificate of Appreciation from C.L.A.S.S. of Wilson, N.C.

Folder 46

Printed materials, 1971-2018 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" Folder 46

"Self Concepts of Black Children"; curriculum vitae for G. K. Butterfield; invitation to inauguration of President Jimmy Carter; legislative update for the 1st Congressional District of North Carolina; settlement statement for sale of home in Wilson, N.C.; copy of retirement check; remarks, an interview, and the program for St. Augustine's Founders' Day Convocation at which G. K. Butterfield was the keynote speaker.

Folder 47

Printed material, 2021 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" Folder 47

The Boule Journal of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Vernon Jordan on cover.

Folder 48

Letters, 1981-2020 and undated #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" Folder 48

Includes printed email communications, letters of appreciation, birthday cards from children, certifications of election and congratulatory letters from Governor Michael Easley, Governor Andrew Cuomo, U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi.

Folder 49

Election ephemera, 2002-2020 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" Folder 49

Includes hang tags and flyers; floor passes for the 2004 Democratic National Convention.

Folder 50

Letters in Support of Judge G. K. Butterfield for United States District Judge for the Eastern District of North Carolina, 1997 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" Folder 50

Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/67-71

PF-70106/67

PF-70106/68

PF-70106/69

PF-70106/70

PF-70106/71

Photographs, 2000s-2021 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/67-71

Color photographic prints

12 images

Subjects depicted in images include election of 2018, Voting Rights Bill 2021, North Carolina Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives, Governor Andrew Cuomo

Digital Folder DF-70106/5

Higher Calling Baptist Church Martin Luther King Jr. Service, 2019 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" DF-70106/5

Digital Folder DF-70106/9

Elizabeth City State University 164th Commencement Ceremony, 13 May 2017 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" DF-70106/9

Digital Folder DF-70106/11

134th Founder's Day Celebration, 23 February 2019 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" DF-70106/11

Digital Folder DF-70106/12

Congressman G.K. Butterfield at Black Swamp Church of Christ, 17 February 2019 #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" DF-70106/12

Museum Item MU-70106/142-144

MU-70106/142

MU-70106/143

MU-70106/144

"Butterfield for U.S. Congress" and "Re-elect Congressman Butterfield for U.S. Congress," bumper stickers #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/142-144

Museum Item MU-70106/165

1984 Democratic National Convention, San Francisco, Ca., delegate ribbon #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/165

Museum Item MU-70106/32

2012 Democratic National Convention, Charlotte, N.C., medal #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/32

Museum Item MU-70106/33

2012 Democratic National Convention button #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/33

Museum Item MU-70106/22

2020 Democratic National Convention delegate button #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/22

Museum Item MU-70106/25

2020 Democratic National Convention delegate lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/25

Museum Item MU-70106/24

2020 Democratic National Convention button #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/24

Museum Item MU-70106/30

2020 Democratic National Convention "Milwaukee Across America" button #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/30

Museum Item MU-70106/42

2020 Democratic National Convention "Milwaukee is so rad," "Only a global pandemic could keep me away," "Visit Milwaukee" button #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/42

Museum Item MU-70106/61

D20 lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "G. K. Butterfield Features, 1970s-2021" MU-70106/61

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Miscellaneous Photographs, 1980s-2010s

About 400 items.
Image Box 2

Image Folder PF-70106/72-77

PF-70106/72

PF-70106/73

PF-70106/74

PF-70106/75

PF-70106/76

PF-70106/77

Photographs: Miscellaneous events and locations, 1980s-2000s #70106, Subseries: "Miscellaneous Photographs, 1980s-2010s" Imagebox 2, Imagefolder PF-70106/72-77

Color photographic prints

350 images

Processing Note: Where possible, the archivist has grouped together unidentified images that appear to be from same event or era.

Includes images of G. K. Butterfield with different groups at a variety of events and locations. Subjects depicted include Governor Michael Easley and U.S. Senator John Edwards and President Jimmy Carter speaking to 1980 Opportunities Industrialization Center.

Image Box 3

Image Folder PF-70106/78-114

PF-70106/78

PF-70106/79

PF-70106/80

PF-70106/81

PF-70106/82

PF-70106/83

PF-70106/84

PF-70106/85

PF-70106/86

PF-70106/87

PF-70106/88

PF-70106/89

PF-70106/90

PF-70106/91

PF-70106/92

PF-70106/93

PF-70106/94

PF-70106/95

PF-70106/96

PF-70106/97

PF-70106/98

PF-70106/99

PF-70106/100

PF-70106/101

PF-70106/102

PF-70106/103

PF-70106/104

PF-70106/105

PF-70106/106

PF-70106/107

PF-70106/108

PF-70106/109

PF-70106/110

PF-70106/111

PF-70106/112

PF-70106/113

PF-70106/114

Photographs: Miscellaneous events and locations, 1980s-2000s #70106, Subseries: "Miscellaneous Photographs, 1980s-2010s" Imagebox 3, Imagefolder PF-70106/78-114

Color photographic prints

350 images

Processing Note: Where possible, the archivist has grouped together unidentified images that appear to be from same event or era.

Includes images of G. K. Butterfield with different groups at a variety of events and locations. Subjects depicted include N.C. Governor Jim Hunt, U.S. Senator John Edwards, Vice President Walter Mondale, Attorney General Janet Reno, Vice President Joseph Biden, U.S. Senator Robert Morgan, U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, 2004 Democratic National Convention, 2008 Democratic National Convention. Also included are some images from birthday celebrations for G. K. Butterfield 1980s-2000s.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/168

Photographs: Visitors to U.S. Capitol with G. K. Butterfield, circa 2000s #70106, Subseries: "Miscellaneous Photographs, 1980s-2010s" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/168

Color photographic prints

20 images

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/169

Photographs: G. K. Butterfield on House floor, circa 2010s #70106, Subseries: "Miscellaneous Photographs, 1980s-2010s" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/169

Color photographic prints

21 images

Images appear to be from 29 October 2015 election of Paul Ryan as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/170

Photographs: Former staff and interns, circa 2000s #70106, Subseries: "Miscellaneous Photographs, 1980s-2010s" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/170

Color photographic prints

20 images

Includes images of G. K. Butterfield with former staff and interns.

Image Box 8

Image Folder PF-70106/171

Photographs: G. K. Butterfield with Sheila Jackson Lee, James Clyburn, and others #70106, Subseries: "Miscellaneous Photographs, 1980s-2010s" Imagebox 8, Imagefolder PF-70106/171

Color Photographic Print (framed)

1 Image

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Black History, 1940s-2021.

About 1000 items.

Arrangement: by subject groups as created by and received from G. K. Butterfield.

  • Black Lawyers and Judges
  • Black History: Wilson, N.C.
  • Black History: North Carolina
  • Black History: United States

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018

About 500 items.
Folder 51

Chronicle of Black Lawyers in North Carolina, Volume 1: The Pioneers, 1865-1950, 1981; Volume 2 (1981): Civil Rights Pioneers, 1950-1970, 1984 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 51

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/17

News coverage, 1988-2020 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" OPF-70106/17

Topics include G. K. Butterfield's election to Superior Court, Wilmington massacre and coup of 1898, Representative Frank Ballance, death of Greenville attorney and judicial candidate Earl T. Brown, death of Judge Ola Lewis

Folder 52-53

Folder 52

Folder 53

News coverage, 1980s-2000s #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 52-53

Folder 54

Newsletters, 1985-2001 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 54

Chiefly North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers, 1985-2002; A Brief Recess, 2001; New Horizons, 2000.

Folder 55

Campaign ephemera #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 55

James A. Wynn Jr., Abe Jones, Willie E. Gary, Cheri Beasley, Frank Ballance, Henry E. Frye, Eva Clayton, Rickye McKoy-Mitchell, Patricia Timmons-Goodson, Paul L. Jones.

Folder 56

Remarks and prepared statements, 1980-1983, 1990, 1995, 2011-2012 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 56

Folder 57

Events, 1981-2019 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 57

Includes invitations, funeral services, investitures, swearing-in ceremonies, annual meetings, fundraising, and banquets.

Folder 58

North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus, 1984-1986 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 58

Folder 59

Printed material, 2001-2004 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 59

Of Counsel, North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers Foundation, Journal of North Carolina State Bar, North Carolina Central University School of Law.

Folder 60

Printed material, undated #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 60

"Harvey Beech Speaks," a packet of materials with articles, maps, and data relating to judicial districts, judicial elections, and judges.

Folder 61

Printed materials, 2006-2012 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 61

Of Counsel, Eastern North Carolina Woman, Spectacular.

Folder 62

Printed materials, 2013-2018 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 62

NCCU Now, Roanoke Valley Woman, Of Counsel, North Carolina Lawyer.

Folder 63

Correspondence, 1980-2017 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 63

Includes emails, with endorsements from the North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers for judicial appointments, notes of appreciation and thanks, James Andrew Wynn Jr. Also includes an amicus curiae brief filed by the North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers in the U.S. Supreme Court for Goldsboro Christian Schools, Inc. v. United States of America and Bob Jones University v. United States of America.

Folder 64

James Andrew Wynn Jr., 2007-2015 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Folder 64

Includes photo book of investiture on 4th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in 2009, an article about the 13th Amendment at its 150th anniversary, and published profiles about Wynn. See also correspondence.

Image Box 3

Image Folder PF-70106/115

Photographs:N.C. Association of Black Lawyers event for Judge Matthew Perry Jr., circa 1980s #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Imagebox 3, Imagefolder PF-70106/115

Black-and-white photographic prints

4 images

Includes images of Butterfield with Judge Matthew Perry, Professor Charles Daye, Floyd McKissick, Jean Farmer-Butterfield, K. Webb.

Image Box 3

Image Folder PF-70106/116

Photographs: N.C. Association of Black Lawyers Fall Meeting, 16 October 1993 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Imagebox 3, Imagefolder PF-70106/116

Color photographic prints

20 images

Includes Judges Richard C. Erwin, Henry E. Frye, Clifton E. Johnson, James A. Wynn Jr., Ernest B. Fullwood, Cy A. Grant, Sr., Orlando F. Hudson Jr., A. Leon Stanback Jr., James A. Wynn Jr., James A. Beaty Jr., Jacqueline Morris Goodson, Roland H. Hayes, Paul A. Hardison, Michael Rivers Morgan, Sammie Chess.

Image Box 3

Image Folder PF-70106/117

Photographs: Portraits, circa 1970s-1980s #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Imagebox 3, Imagefolder PF-70106/117

Color photographic prints

20 images

Official portraits of Black judges in judicial robes; some images are identified and have "biographical sketches" on verso. Subjects include Stafford Bullock, Wake Co.; George Green, Wake Co.; Ron Barbee, Guilford Co.; Karen Shields; Ramseur and J. Kenneth Lee (attorney), Gaston Co.; Sammie Chess, High Point; Elreta Alexander Ralston; Judge Clifton L. Johnson, Fayetteville; Arthur Lane; William K. (Pete) Hunter, High Point; Herbert Richardson, Robeson Co.; T. Michael Todd.

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/118-133

PF-70106/118

PF-70106/119

PF-70106/120

PF-70106/121

PF-70106/122

PF-70106/123

PF-70106/124

PF-70106/125

PF-70106/126

PF-70106/127

PF-70106/128

PF-70106/129

PF-70106/130

PF-70106/131

PF-70106/132

PF-70106/133

Photographs: Miscellaneous, circa 1980s-2000s #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/118-133

Black-and-white photographic prints, color photographic prints

350 images

Processing Note: Where possible, the archivist has grouped together images that appear to be from same event or era.

Includes images of images of Black lawyers and judges at a variety of unidentified events and locations. Subjects include North Carolina Central University Law School Alumni events, G.K. Butterfield, Judge James A. Wynn, Judge Cheri Beasley, Milton F. "Toby" Fitch Jr., Judge S. Quon Bridges, Judge Michael Rivers, T.T. Clayton, Frank W. Ballance Jr., John Henry Backs (?); Ernest B. Fullwood; Ola Lewis; Quinton Sumner; James Andrew Wynn Jr., Milton F. "Toby" Fitch.

Digital Folder DF-70106/13

Black Judges #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" DF-70106/13

Digital Folder DF-70106/14

Black Judges 1st Judicial Division, 2007 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" DF-70106/14

Digital Folder DF-70106/15

Swearing in Ceremony of Judge Quon Bridges, 12 October 2007 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" DF-70106/15

Vance County Court House, Henderson, N.C.

Digital Folder DF-70106/17

Honorable Paul L. Jones, Senior Resident Superior Court Judge, 1999-2016 #70106, Subseries: "Black Lawyers and Judges, 1980-2018" DF-70106/17

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020

About 200 items.
Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/18

Milton F. "Toby" Fitch Jr., 2018 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" OPF-70106/18

Topics include the jurist's campaign for N.C. Senate seat.

Folder 65

Milton F. "Toby" Fitch Jr., 1984-2018 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Folder 65

Includes newspaper articles about Representative Fitch: program for a special tribute event for House Majority Leader of General Assembly in 1994 at the Darden Alumni Building; event for Fitch when he served in the N.C. House District 70; appointment by Governor Roy Cooper as a member of N.C. Senate in 2017.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/19

Trojan Journal, 1942 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" OPF-70106/19

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/20

News coverage 1984, 1992, 1995 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" OPF-70106/20

Topics include administration of oaths of office, new police chief, electricity in 1882, Black history lesson for younger readers.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/21

News coverage, 29 April 1999 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" OPF-70106/21

Topics include a look back on 150 years of Wilson history by The Wilson Daily Times.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/22-26

News coverage, 2000-2017 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" OPF-70106/22-26

Topics include politics; masons; elections of Jean Farmer-Butterfield, Calvin Woodard, and Carlton Stevens; the death of Howard Jones, the founder of Opportunities Industrialization Center; other politicians and well-known members of the African American community in Wilson; Thomas Purdie, who received a replacement Silver Star for service in Vietnam; and release from prison of Charles Ray Finch whose conviction was overturned.

Folder 66-67

Folder 66

Folder 67

News coverage, 1986-2013 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Folder 66-67

Folder 68

Celebratory events, 1999-2011 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Folder 68

Programs for St. John African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church: A Living Legend Banquet; Speight High School Alumni Association Annual Banquet and Scholarship Fund Drive; 1st Annual Trojan Athletic Salute Heritage Celebration Banquet; Wilson Branch NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet.

Folder 69

Celebratory events, 1992-2021 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Folder 69

Programs, fliers recognizing anniversaries, memorials, and other events, including the Silver Star medal for Staff Sergeant Thomas Purdie re-presented by G. K. Butterfield; a celebration of the life of Dr. G. K. Butterfield (1900-1995); a Clinton-Gore campaign visit; Oliver Nestus Freeman Round House; St. John Unity Choir 20th Anniversary Concert; St. John A.M.E. Zion Church Sesquicentennial Celebration; Men's Civic Club of Wilson Community-wide Black History Month Program; The Links Inc. Wilson-Rocky Mount-Tarboro Chapter; Opportunities Industrialization Centers (OIC) of Wilson Inc.; Leventon Chapel Original Free Will Baptist Church, Oath of Office for Wilson public servants, with remarks by G. K. Butterfield.

Others mentioned include Monte Vick, Herbert O. Reid Sr., Reverend Talmage Adam Watkins, Addie Scipio Hagans, Boisey O. Barnes, Howard Jones, Samuel Hiran Vick, Sallie B. Howard, Grace Whitehead Artis, Willie R. Williams.

Folder 70

Elections, 1984-2016 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Folder 70

Includes campaign ephemera, list of unsuccessful Black candidates for political office, remarks for nomination of Frank E. Emory Sr. to serve another term as chair of the Wilson County Board of Commissioners, sample ballot for Wilson county, N.C., 2016

Folder 71

Letters, 2000s #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Folder 71

Chiefly thank you letters; also includes a printed email with family history of Thomas Hedgepeth (d. 2003).

Folder 72

Printed materials, 1946-2012 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Folder 72

Charter for the Wilson County Credit Union, 1946; The St. Augustine's Players Presents Craig's Wife, a Drama by George Kelly, 1952; Negro History Week Observance, 10 February 1957; 96th Annual Communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Prince Hall F. & A.M., 1966; Legal Defense Fund publication profiling efforts of G. K. Butterfield and others to challenge the Wilson County Board of Commissioners to achieve effective participation for Black voters; Jones Elementary School Yearbook, 2011-2012

Folder 73

History materials, 1990s-2000s #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Folder 73

City of Wilson's 150th Anniversary Report, 1849-1999; Black History Reflections presented by G. K. Butterfield to Jackson Chapel First Baptist Church; history of East Wilson Historic District; information about Vick cemetery, deeded to Samuel H. Vick to the City of Wilson in 1913; Wilson County Report, 1995; 1890 census information about Black teachers and students.

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/134

Photographs: Milton F. "Toby" Fitch Jr.: Swearing in ceremony, circa 1980s #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/134

Color photographic prints

36 images

Images include Fitch being sworn in by Judge G. K. Butterfield.

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/135

Photographs: N.C. Representative Milton F. "Toby" Fitch Jr. and U.S. Representative G. K. Butterfield, circa 2000s #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/135

Color photographic print

1 image

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/136

Photographs: Cora Fitch: Swearing in as Wilson County Commissioner, circa 1986 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/136

Black-and-white photographic prints, color photographic prints

4 images

Images include Charles Barnes, Josephine Edwards, Frank Emory, Cora Fitch, Raeford Flowers, Preston Harrell, Robert Vick being sworn in as Wilson County Commissioners by Judge Albert Thomas.

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/137-143

PF-70106/137

PF-70106/138

PF-70106/139

PF-70106/140

PF-70106/141

PF-70106/142

PF-70106/143

Photographs: Miscellaneous, circa 1980s-2000s #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/137-143

Black-and-white photographic prints, color photographic prints

10 images

Images include Rep. Butterfield.

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/144-145

PF-70106/144

PF-70106/145

Photographs: Miscellaneous, circa 1980s-2000s #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/144-145

Color photographic prints

6 images

Images of individuals do not include G. K. Butterfield.

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/146

Photographs: Miscellaneous, circa 1950s-2000s #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/146

Black-and-white photographic prints, color photographic prints

10 images

A majority of the images are not identified and depict people and locations in Wilson, N.C. Subjects depicted in images include Black city alderman circa 1950s, Mrs. Sallie Baldwin Howard, Sallie Barbour School.

Digital Folder DF-70106/6

Celebration of Life, the Honorable Bobbie D. Jones, 02 April 1018 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" DF-70106/6

Digital Folder DF-70106/10

Black History Month Celebration, 16 February 2018 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" DF-70106/10

"Silence Is Not an Option, Attorney Anita Earls for NC Supreme Court."

Museum Item MU-70106/15

Anita Earls for North Carolina Supreme Court button #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" MU-70106/15

Museum Item MU-70106/16

"Re-elect Judge Jim Wynn for North Carolina Court of Appeals" button #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" MU-70106/16

Museum Item MU-70106/17

"Vote Judge Hinton" button #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" MU-70106/17

Audiocassette C-70106/2

John W. Jones, 4 April 2003 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: Wilson, N.C., 1942-2020" C-70106/2

Audiocassette

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About 200 items.
Folder 74

Reports, 1981 1972, 1981 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 74

"Barriers to Black Political Participation in North Carolina" by William H. Towe; "Voter Education Project, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.," 1972; "Princeville: A Black Town in North Carolina, 1865-1881" by Joe Mobley.

Folder 75

Reports, 2011 2003, 2009, 2011 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 75

"African Americans in Edgecombe County From Slavery to Freedom to Jim Crow: A Chronology 1860-1901 compiled by Phoenix Historical Society," 2003; "The Rosenwald School Program: The Contributions of Cary Pittman and the African American Community to The Rosenwald School Construction Project: The Allen Grove-Rosenwald School, Halifax, N.C.," 2009; "Multiple Fronts: The Struggle for Black Educational and Political Equality in Wilson, North Carolina, 1941-1953" by Charles W. McKinney Jr.

Folder 76

Celebratory events, 1990-2005 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 76

Annual Conference of the North Carolina Black Leadership Caucus; Fike High School Commencement, Wilson, N.C.; Phoenix Historical Society 2003 Tour of African American Sites in Tarboro, N.C.; Weldon-Halifax Community Center Community Service Award Banquet; Dedication Ceremony of the George Henry White Post Office, Tarboro, N.C.

Folder 77

Celebratory events, 2007-2012 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 77

Mary Potter High School Reunion; Elizabeth City State University Founders Day Scholarship Gala (2007, 2009); North Carolina Association of Black High School Alumni Dinner/Dance; United States Colored Troops Symposium; Freedom Fund Banquet.

Folder 78

Celebratory events, 2015-2016 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 78

Shaw University Commencement: 150 Years (includes textiles); Anniversary and Homecoming Celebration of First African Baptist Church, Goldsboro, N.C.; Abolition Day: A Celebration of Freedom Commemorating 150 Years of the 13th Amendment Abolishing Slavery, hosted by the Berean Community Center, Inc.; Durham Civil Rights Workers Reunion Committee; U.S. Congressman George Henry White Day Banquet.

Folder 79

Celebratory events, 2017-2021 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 79

International Civil Rights Center and Museum Annual Fundraising Gala; State v. Will, North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Dedication; Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People Founders' Banquet (2016, 2021).

Folder 80

Celebratory events, 2001-2021 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 80

Governor James B. Hunt Highway Dedication; Swearing-In Ceremony of Judge Teresa Raquel Robinson Freeman; Celebrating Dr. E. Lavonia Ingram Allison, Chair of the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People; Administration of the Oath of Office to Scott J. Parker as United States Marshal for the Eastern District of North Carolina; retirement of Reverend Lacy R. Joyner, First Baptist Church, Oxford, N.C.; Investiture Ceremony of Dr. Everett Blair Ward, President of Saint Augustine's University; Oath of Office administered to Clarence F. Birkhead as Sheriff of Durham County, N.C.; obituary for Howard Clement (1934-2016); Inaugural Ceremonies invitation for Roy Cooper, Governor of North Carolina; Dr. John Hope Franklin Highway Dedication Ceremony; Anna Easter Brown (1879-1957) North Carolina Historical Marker Unveiling Ceremony; Sarah Keys Evans' Plaza Ribbon Cutting and Unveiling Program; Birthday of Jean Farmer-Butterfield; Installation Ceremonies and Oath of Office of Frank W. Ballance Jr.

Folder 81

Election campaign ephemera #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 81

Folder 82

Touchstone by Linda Eatmon-Jones, a collection of essays of the works and service of Earle Francis Jones #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 82

Folder 83

Printed material #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 83

Includes 2017 Heritage Calendar Celebrating the North Carolina African American Experience; Soaring on the Legacy: A Concise History of North Carolina Central University; 2008 and 2009 Annual Reports of North Carolina Mutual; promotional material for a traveling exhibit on The Palmer Institute: An African American Preparatory School in Sedalia, North Carolina; photocopy of The National Encyclopedia of the Colored Race.

Folder 84

News coverage, 1940s-2010s #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 84

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/27

News coverage, 1989-2001 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" OPF-70106/27

Topics include dentist Clifford Bell Jones, racial bias in country clubs, election of Bill Clinton, Shaw's Leonard Medical School, overview of Black history in North Carolina, political career of Wilson County native James B. Hunt, "Recollections of My Slavery Days" by William Henry Singleton, N.C. Senator Frank Ballance running for U.S. House seat.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/28

News coverage, 2003-2020 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" OPF-70106/28

Topics include Wilson politicians, George Henry White Day, death of Durham civic leader Howard Clement, death of civic leader Andrea Harris.

Folder 85

News Articles of Historical Facts, 1991, 1993 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 85

Folder 86

Otis Jackson, et al. v. Nash County, 1986 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 86

Folder 87

Johnny Gets Educated, undated #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" Folder 87

Videotape VT-70106/3

A Salute to the Honorable, George Henry White dedication ceremony with the honorable G. K. Butterfield, The George Henry White Post Office, 26 February 2005 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" VT-70106/3

VHS

Digital Folder DF-70106/2

Civil War Reenactment Celebration, New Bern, 08 May 2010 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" DF-70106/2

Digital Folder DF-70106/3

114th Birthday Celebration, New Bern, 08 May 2010 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" DF-70106/3

Digital Folder DF-70106/16

Honoring our African-American Former Justices, 2004 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" DF-70106/16

Library use only. Contact wilsonlibrary@unc.edu to discuss access options.

Digital Folder DF-70106/18

C.S. Brown Founder's Day, The Quasquicentiantenial Celebration, 27 March 2011 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" DF-70106/18

First Baptist Church, Winton, N.C.

Digital Folder DF-70106/21

George Henry White: American Pheonix #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" DF-70106/21

Library use only. Contact wilsonlibrary@unc.edu to discuss access options.

Museum Item MU-70106/148

"150 Years Shaw University, 1865-2015" hood #70106, Subseries: "Black History: North Carolina, 1940s-2021" MU-70106/148

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About 100 items.
Folder 88

The 1619 Project, The New York Times Magazine, 18 August 2019 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" Folder 88

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/29

"The 1619 Project," The New York Times Magazine, 18 August 2019 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" OPF-70106/29

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/30

Poster commemorating "40 Acres and a Mule: Historic Meeting in Savannah, Georgia, January 12, 1865" #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" OPF-70106/30

Folder 89

"U.S. Special Report, Southern Regional Council, Inc.: Events at Orangeburg: A report based on study and interviews in Orangeburg, South Carolina, in the aftermath of tragedy," by Pat Watters and Weldon Rougeau, 1968 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" Folder 89

Includes a duplicate copy

Folder 90

Dedications and memorials, 2011, 2013, 2019 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" Folder 90

Includes dedication of Martin Luther King Jr. memorial and observance of 50th anniversary of assassination and 90th birthday of Martin Luther King Jr.; ticket to swearing in ceremony for Anthony Foxx as Secretary of Transportation; and funeral program for George Perry Floyd Jr.

Folder 91

Copies of H.R.7573, a bill to direct the architect of the Capitol to replace the bust of Roger Brooke Taney with a bust of Thurgood Marshall and to remove statues of all individuals who voluntarily served in the Confederate States of America from display in the Capitol, 2020 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" Folder 91

Folder 92

U.S.P.S. stamps depicting African Americans and African American history #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" Folder 92

Folder 93

Copy of eulogy given by Barack Obama at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., 17 June 2015 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" Folder 93

Folder 94

"Statement by the African-American Faculty of the UNC School of Law Regarding the Visit of Justice Clarence Thomas," 2002 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" Folder 94

Folder 95

News coverage, 1972, 1988, 1994 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" Folder 95

Topics include the death of Adam Clayton Powell; the election of Nelson Mandela as president of South Africa in 1994; commentary on Jesse Jackson and the National Rainbow Coalition and on Jackson's speech reflecting on the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/31-32

OPF-70106/31

OPF-70106/32

News coverage, September-October, 2001 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" OPF-70106/31-32

Topics include 9/11 and lead up to war in Afghanistan in The Wilson Daily Times, The News and Observer.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/33

News coverage, 1982, 1988, 2000, 2017, 2020 #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" OPF-70106/33

Topics include the passage of 1982 Voting Rights Act in The Washington Afro-American; campaign insert for Jesse Jackson for president in 1988; 1 January 2000 front page of the News and Observer; autographed coverage of Doug Jones winning a Senate seat in Alabama in 2017 in The Washington Post; coverage of Donald Trump's acquittal in February 2020 in The Washington Post.

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/147

Photographs: Miscellaneous, circa 1900s-1920s #70106, Subseries: "Black History: United States, 1972-2020" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/147

Black-and-white photographic prints

2 images

Copy images of group of Black men circa 1900s and a Black boy near a segregated water fountain circa 1920s.

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About 1000 items.

Arrangement: by subject groups as created by and received from G. K. Butterfield.

  • Congressional Black Caucus
  • Jesse Jackson
  • John Lewis
  • Voting Rights Act Extension
  • Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era
  • Hillary Clinton Campaign
  • Donald Trump Era and Impeachment
  • Joseph Biden Campaign

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About 400 items.
Folder 96

State of the Union Addresses, 2005-2008 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 96

Folder 97

95th Congress, 1977-1979 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 97

"Black Americans in Congress 1870-1977."

Folder 98

98th Congress, 1982-1983 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 98

"12th Annal Congressional Black Caucus' Legislative Workshops Guide."

98th Congress, 1981-1983 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 98

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.: "The Black Agenda for the Eighties: Toward Economic and Political Empowerment, Thirteenth Annual Legislative Weekend."

Folder 99

103rd Congress, 1991-1993 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 99

Ceremonial swearing in ticket and program.

Folder 100

110th Congress, 2007-2009 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 100

"Continuing the Legacy: A Salute to the Congressional Black Caucus of the 110th Congress"; "A Tribute to Our Sisters: Images of the 110th Congress."

Folder 101

111th Congress, 2009-2011 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 101

"Dear Representative Shirley Chisholm…Avoice Issue Forum Honoring Her Historic Leadership"; "Congressional Black Caucus Profile for the 111th Congress."

Folder 102

112th Congress, 2011-2013 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 102

Congressional Pictorial Directory.

Folder 103

112th Congress, 2011-2013 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 103

Congressional Black Caucus 112th Congress Report.

Folder 104

113th Congress, 2013-2015 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 104

113th Congress Outlook, 2013 Year in Review, Congressional Black Caucus 113th Congress in Review.

Folder 105

114th Congress, 2015-2017 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 105

Welcome letter.

Folder 106

116th Congress, 2019-2021 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 106

2019-2020 Congressional Black Caucus Year-End Report 116th Congress.

Folder 107

Letters to G. K. Butterfield from Congressional colleagues, 2004-2021 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 107

Includes congratulatory letter from Eva M. Clayton, 2004; letter from Jim Clyburn seeking support for election as the Democratic Caucus chair, 2005; personal thank you letter from Charles B. Rangel, 2010; thank you letter from Cedric L. Richmond for Butterfield's leadership as chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, 2017; an invitation to a White House meeting for the Congressional Black Caucus leadership from Omarosa Manigault, 2017; a letter of thanks from Barbara Lee, 2019; personal letter of thanks from David Scott, 2020; letter of thanks and birthday message from Nancy Pelosi, 2021; a recognition from Hakeem Jeffries of Butterfield's perfect attendance at virtual Caucus meetings, 2020; undated personal thank you letters from Alcee L. Hastings and Steve Scalise; and an undated holiday card from Carolyn C. Kipetik (?). Also includes a letter from Butterfield to Artur Davis regarding support for Butterfield's election to Secretary of the Congressional Black Caucus and a letter to Dick Durbin from the Congressional Black Caucus leadership regarding the blue slip practice for judicial nominations of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 2021.

Folder 108-109

Folder 108

Folder 109

Event invitations, programs, and tickets, 2004-2021 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 108-109

Includes the 2004 Congressional Holiday Ball at the White House; Annual Prayer Breakfast; Gospel Extravaganza; Congressional Black Caucus Black History Month 2009: African American Members of Congress During the Reconstruction Period: A Historical Symposium; the Ceremonial Swearing in of the Congressional Black Congress of the 110th, 111th, 112th, 113th, 114th, 116th Congresses;

a prayer service for the 110th Congress; the Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony in honor of the Tuskegee Airmen; Congressional Black Caucus Members in Memoriam; the Portrait Unveiling Reception for Chairman Edolphus Towns; Swearing-In Ceremony for the Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency in 2014; 50 Years and Beyond: The Dream Marches On: A Congressional Panel; Congressional Commemoration in honor of the 150th Anniversary of the Ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment; Southern Youth Leadership Development Institute Awards Gala; A Congressional Reception Honoring Representative Charles B. Rangel Celebrating 46 Years of Service in the U.S. Congress; Congressional Picnic at the White House;

Congressional ceremony to honor the life and legacy of the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. as it marks the fiftieth anniversary of his assassination, signed by John Lewis; A Celebration of the Life of the Honorable Dorothy Louise McIntosh Slaughter; Celebration of the life of the Honorable Alcee L. Hastings; National Black Leadership Summit: An Emergency Convening; Democratic Party Presidential Candidate Pre-Debate Dinner; a poem tribute to Stephanie Tubbs Jones following her memorial service; opening session of the 116th Congress; Celebration of the Life, Legacy, and Values of Nelson R. Mandela; At the Bridge: the 15th Annual Congressional Civil Rights Pilgrimage; Presidential Inauguration motorcade placard issued by the Secret Service.

Folder 110

Printed materials #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 110

H.Res. 320 Amicus Curiae: A resolution to honor the life and achievements of John Hope Franklin.

Folder 111

Printed materials #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 111

Includes The Black Agenda: Unleashing Our Power: 37th Annual Legislative Conference; At the Bridge: 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday Commemorative Briefing Book; Building On Our Progress, 114th Congress.

Folder 112-113

Folder 112

Folder 113

Printed materials #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 112-113

Includes New York Times Magazine on the impeachment trial of Donald Trump (signed), Congressional Black Caucus Foundation News (signed), National Journal, POZ, Frequency, and Savoy, with articles highlighting the collective work and some individual members of the Congressional Black Congress.

Folder 114

Printed materials, 1971-2011 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 114

Includes Civil Rights: Fifty Years Forward; Official Portrait of Congressman Joseph H. Rainey; The West Wing pamphlet, Rosa Parks: A Summary Booklet by Edward J. Farrell; The Conscience of the Congress: How the Congressional Black Congress Changed America: 40 Years

Folder 115

Printed material, 2018 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 115

H.Res. 705, impeaching Donald J. Trump.

Folder 116

Printed material #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 116

Oversize reprints of proclamation of National African American History Month, 2009; H.R.431, to award a Congressional Gold Medal to the Foot Soldiers who participated in Bloody Sunday, Turnaround Tuesday, or the final Selma to Montgomery Voting Rights March in March of 1965, which served as a catalyst for the Voting Rights Act of 1965; H.R. 5039 to designate the Eva Holtzman Post Office in Ridgeway, N.C.; H.J.Res 120 to approve the location of a memorial to commemorate the more than 5,000 slaves and free Black persons who fought for independence in the American Revolution; H.R. 3353 to designate the George Henry White Post Office Building in Tarboro, N.C.; H.R. 2715 to provide Consumer Product Safety Commission with greater authority and discretion in enforcing consumer product safety laws; H.R. 1319 to provide reconciliation to title of American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.

Folder 117

Memorial materials for Stephanie Tubbs Jones (1949-2008), 2008 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 117

See events file for additonal materials.

Folder 118

News coverage of G. K. Butterfield's election to leadership position of Congressional Black Caucus, 2014-2015 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Folder 118

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/34-36

OPF-70106/34

OPF-70106/35

OPF-70106/36

News coverage, 2005-2008 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" OPF-70106/34-36

Topics include the memorial services for Rosa Parks, Coretta Scott King, and Stephanie Tubbs Jones; Black lawmakers; Voting Rights Act; and other topics in The Detroit News, The Plain Dealer, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Roll Call, The News and Observer, Politico (autographed by Jaime Harrison, the Floor Director and Counsel to Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.)).

Digital Folder DF-70106/19

Selma: The Bridge to the Ballot #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" DF-70106/19

Library use only. Contact wilsonlibrary@unc.edu to discuss access options.

Museum Item MU-70106/137-138

MU-70106/137

MU-70106/138

Congressional Black Caucus face masks #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" MU-70106/137-138

Museum Item MU-70106/159

"Selma to Montgomery March, The Dream Marches On" 50th anniversary, 1965-2015 lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" MU-70106/159

Museum Item MU-70106/161

Congressional Black Caucus lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" MU-70106/161

Museum Item MU-70106/149

NYSE Closing Bell Ceremony honoring the Congressional Black Caucus, 17 July 2015, nametag #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" MU-70106/149

Museum Item MU-70106/154

STJ Our Friend button #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" MU-70106/154

Museum Item MU-70106/129

Congressional Black Caucus Institute, Denver Guest 2008, necklace #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" MU-70106/129

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/148

Photographs: U.S. House floor: circa 2000s #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/148

Color photographic prints

30 images

G. K. Butterfield with members at events and on U.S. House floor (includes screen shots).

Image Box 4

Image Folder PF-70106/149

Photographs: U.S. House floor: circa 2000s #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Imagebox 4, Imagefolder PF-70106/149

Color photographic prints

40 images

G. K. Butterfield with members at events and on U.S. House floor (includes screen shots).

Image Box 7

Image Folder PA-70106/2

Photographs: Congressional Black Caucus Fund event, circa 2004 #70106, Subseries: "Congressional Black Caucus, 1977-2021" Imagebox 7, Imagefolder PA-70106/2

Color photographic prints

125 images

G. K. Butterfield included in most images.

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6 items.
Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/37

Printed materials, 1983, 1988, 1992, 2006 #70106, Subseries: "Jesse Jackson, 1983-2006" OPF-70106/37

Op ed in the Washington Post, "Hey, You Democrats: We'll All Benefit if a Black Runs for President": two sections of the Atlanta Constitution, 20 July 1988, covering Jesse Jackson at the Democratic National Convention; autographed reprint of text of Jackson's speech at the 1992 Democratic National Convention; section of Washington Post, 14 November 2006, covering groundbreaking for memorial for Martin Luther King Jr. on the National Mall.

Museum Item MU-70106/118

Jesse Jackson Democratic National Convention 1984, lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "Jesse Jackson, 1983-2006" MU-70106/118

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About 100 items.
Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/38

News coverage, 2015 #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" OPF-70106/38

News coverage of the fiftieth anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery march in The Montgomery Advertiser, USA Today, and The Washington Post. Two copies of The Montgomery Advertiser for 8 March 2015 are signed by John Lewis.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/39-40

OPF-70106/39

OPF-70106/40

News coverage, 2020 #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" OPF-70106/39-40

News coverage of the death of John Lewis in The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Hill, Roll Call, and Politico.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/41

John Lewis's Final Address to the House Democratic Caucus, 2020 #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" OPF-70106/41

Folder 119

Printed material #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" Folder 119

"A Tribute to Congressman John Lewis: Get In The Way: The Journey of John Lewis" (2016) by Early Light Productions; CODEL (Congressional Delegation) invitation and instructions for trip to attend the funeral services for John Lewis in Atlanta, Ga., 30 July 2020; program and ticket to A Ceremony Preceding the Lying in State of the Honorable John Robert Lewis; handwritten note from Steny Hoyer with photograph of John Lewis lying in state, taken by Jacob Trauberman; signed letter from Nancy Pelosi, thanking G. K. Butterfield for attending the christening of the USS John Lewis; TIME tribute to John Lewis, 1940-2020; commemorative book mark honoring John Lewis.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/150

Photographs, circa 2005-2019 #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/150

Color photographic prints / Printouts

16 images

Images taken by G. K. Butterfield.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/151

Photographs: Edmund Pettus Bridge Selma, Ala., 2005 #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/151

Black-and-white photographic prints, color photographic prints

2 images

Image includes John Lewis, Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, G. K. Butterfield.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/152

Photographs: Clementa Pinckney funeral, Charleston, S.C., 26 June 2015 #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/152

Color photographic prints

4 images

Images include John Lewis, Chris Van Hollen, Xavier Becerra, Elijah Cummings, David Price, G. K. Butterfield,

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/153

Photographs: Memorials, July 2020, #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/153

Color photographic prints

19 images

Lying in State.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/154

Photographs: Memorials, July 2020, #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/154

Color photographic prints

30 images

House floor.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/155

Photographs: Memorials, July 2020, #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/155

Color photographic prints

10 images

Edmund Pettus Bridge Selma, Ala.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/156

Photographs: Memorials, July 2020, #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/156

Color photographic prints

10 images

Black Caucus Members.

Museum Item MU-70106/139

"Good trouble" face mask #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" MU-70106/139

Museum Item MU-70106/155

"I Support H.R. 4," "#RestoreTheVote" "The John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act" button #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" MU-70106/155

Museum Item MU-70106/162

"John Lewis, Keep the Faith" lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "John Lewis, 2015-2020" MU-70106/162

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006

About 25 items.
Folder 120

H.R. 9, To amend the Voting Rights Act of 1965, 2006 #70106, Subseries: "Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006" Folder 120

Signed by John Lewis, Nancy Pelosi, James Clyburn, John Conyers, et al.

Folder 121

H.R. 9: Fannie Lou Hamer, Rosa Parks, and Coretta Scott King Voting Rights Act Reauthorization and Amendments Act of 2006 #70106, Subseries: "Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006" Folder 121

Folder 122

Congressional Record, vol. 152, no. 91, 2006 #70106, Subseries: "Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006" Folder 122

Folder 123

Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006 #70106, Subseries: "Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006" Folder 123

Signed statement in support of the reauthorization act and amendments on the floor of Congress by G. K. Butterfield and related news coverage in The Wilson Daily Times; talking points for Gohmert Amendment to H.R. 9; talking points for voting "no" on all amendments to H.R. 9, signed by Steny H. Hoyer, Democratic whip; news coverage of Senate vote in The Washington Post; roll call of votes in the House; "The VRA Today: Why America Still Needs the Voting Rights Act," published by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU); news coverage of President George W. Bush signing the voting rights act extension into law.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/157

Photographs: Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006 #70106, Subseries: "Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/157

Color photographic prints and printouts

5 images

Includes images taken at Rose Garden signing ceremony.

Image Box 10

Oversize Image Folder OP-PF-70106/158

Photographs: Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006 #70106, Subseries: "Voting Rights Act Extension, 2006" Imagebox 10, Oimagefolder OP-PF-70106/158

Color photographic print

1 image

Image taken at Rose Garden signing ceremony.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017

About 300 items.
Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/159-160

PF-70106/159

PF-70106/160

Photographs: Campaign, 2008, 2012 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/159-160

Color photographic prints

20 images

Includes images of President Obama campaigning for president in Wilson, N.C., and other North Carolina locations during 2008 and 2012 campaigns.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/161-162

PF-70106/161

PF-70106/162

Photographs: Inauguration, 2009, 2013 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/161-162

Color photographic prints

120 images

Many images were taken by Rep. Butterfield.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/16164

Photographs: Miscellaneous, 2008-2016 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/16164

Color photographic prints / Printouts

23 images

Many images taken by G. K. Butterfield.

Folder 124

Printed materials, 2008 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 124

Includes flyers, Democratic Party voting guides, and a program for the 2008 Presidential Debates.

Folder 125-126

Folder 125

Folder 126

Printed materials, 2008, 2016, 2017 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 125-126

New York Times Magazine on "The Obama Recovery" after the 2008 recession; Ebony magazine "Hail to the Chief: Saluting Eight Years of Excellence"; The American Journey of Barack Obama (Life Books, 2008).

Folder 127

Printed materials, 2008 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 127

News coverage of an Obama rally in Wilson, N.C., in October 2008, and a flyer for an election night victory celebration for G. K. Butterfield at Sylvia's Family Restaurant in Wilson, N.C.

Folder 128

Democratic National Convention tickets, 2008-2009 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 128

Folder 129

Speeches, 2008-2009 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 129

Copies of Obama's speech "We the People, in Order to Form a More Perfect Union," at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia in March 2008, and his inaugural address.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/42

Speeches, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" OPF-70106/42

Reproductions of speeches by Obama on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery marches, the eulogy for the Honorable Reverend Clementa Pinckney, and Obama's farewell address. Also includes proclamation of National African American History Month in 2016.

Folder 130-133

Folder 130

Folder 131

Folder 132

Folder 133

News coverage #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 130-133

News coverage in magazines that include the NBA (the National Bar Association Magazine), the National Journal, Newsweek, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation News, Time, and Ebony.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/43-51

News coverage, 2008 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" OPF-70106/43-51

Topics include the primary election, including G. K. Butterfield's call for clarification of Hillary Clinton's comments about her experience in Bosnia in 1996; the general election; and President Barack Obama's inauguration and first days in office.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/52-53

News coverage, 2012 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" OPF-70106/52-53

Topics include re-election.

Folder 134

Commemorative editions #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 134

The American Journey of Barack Obama from Boyhood to the White House; President Barack Obama; and Obama: The 44th President of the United States.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/54

Political ephemera, 2008 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" OPF-70106/54

Campaign doorknob hang tags and cardboard signs.

Folder 135

Political ephemera, 2008 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 135

Includes campaign printed material, including a hand-held fan; reproduction of Obama's 18 March 2008 speech in Philadelphia; Democratic National Convention materials, including a copy of Bill Clinton's speech; an introduction speech by G. K. Butterfield for Obama at E. T. Beddington High School in Wilson, N.C., 28 April 2008;

Museum Item MU-70106/168

Political ephemera, 2008: Hand-held fan #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/168

Cardstock on flat wooden handle with bulbous sides, square with curved corners, black with white text, "Barack Obama / for President 2008" at top, over grayscale image of Obama speaking into microphone and thumbs up, back is same.

Folder 136

Political ephemera, 2012 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 136

Includes floor passes.

Folder 137

Invitation to inaugural ceremonies, 1993 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 137

Folder 138

Inauguration ceremonies materials, 2009 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 138

Also includes and invitation to a White House reception on 4 February 2009 and the program for the Congressional Tribute: The Celebration of the Lincoln Bicentennial, 12 February 2009.

Folder 139

Invitations to the inaugural ceremonies, 2009 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 139

Folder 140

Invitations to the inaugural ceremonies, 2013 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 140

Folder 141

Invitations to the inaugural ceremonies, 2017 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 141

Folder 142

Keep the Dream 16 month calendar by James Hickman, 2013 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 142

Folder 143

State of the Union addresses, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" Folder 143

2009 and 2016 addresses are signed by President Barack Obama.

Digital Folder DF-70106/20

Believe: the Barack Obama Story #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" DF-70106/20

Library use only. Contact wilsonlibrary@unc.edu to discuss access options.

Museum Item MU-70106/140

Commemorative license plates depicting Biden, Obama, Butterfield, and an unidentified man #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/140

By Louis Thomas III.

Artist signature by Louis Thomas III, 2009.

Museum Item MU-70106/102

Commemorative lapel pin from 2005 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/102

Museum Item MU-70106/156-157

MU-70106/156

MU-70106/157

Commemorative lapel pins from 2009, 2013 inaugurations #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/156-157

Museum Item MU-70106/147

U.S. flag flown over the House of Representatives in honor of inauguration of President Barack Obama #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/147

Includes accompanying explanatory letter signed by Nancy Pelosi: "In recognition of the inauguration of the 44th President of the United State, Barack Obama, please accept this flag, flown over the House of Representatives, on Tuesday, January 20, 2009 ...." There is also a certificate from the Architect of the Capitol certifying that the accompanying flag was flown over the Unites States Capitol of January 20, 2009.

Museum Item MU-70106/133-134

MU-70106/133

MU-70106/134

"Obama 08" bumper stickers, 2008 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/133-134

Museum Item MU-70106/136

"Eastern North Carolina for Obama 08" ball cap, 2008 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/136

Museum Item MU-70106/150

"Obama Biden 2012, Re-Elect Congressman G. K. Butterfield button, 2012 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/150

Museum Item MU-70106/14

"Barack Obama for President" button #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/14

Museum Item MU-70106/47

"N. Carolina for Obama" button, 2012 #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/47

Museum Item MU-70106/62

"Veterans for Obama" button #70106, Subseries: "Barack Obama Campaign, Inauguration, Era, 2008-2017" MU-70106/62

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About 25 items.
Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/55-56

OPF-70106/55

OPF-70106/56

Campaign news coverage, 2016 #70106, Subseries: "Hillary Clinton Campaign, 2016" OPF-70106/55-56

Folder 144

Papers, 2016 #70106, Subseries: "Hillary Clinton Campaign, 2016" Folder 144

Democratic Presidential Debate ticket; Wilson County, N.C., Democratic candidate slate; Letter from Hillary Rodham Clinton thanking G. K. Butterfield for his endorsement of her candidacy for president; a 2012 election map of red states and blue states published in the Washington Post; printed emails and memos relating to selection of a transition team for a Clinton presidency; agenda for a Congressional Black Caucus meeting at Hillary for America Headquarters; and printed spreadsheets with possible appointments if Clinton were elected.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/165

Photographs: Campaign, 2016 #70106, Subseries: "Hillary Clinton Campaign, 2016" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/165

Color photographic prints

2 images

Includes signed image of Hillary Clinton with G. K. Butterfield.

Digital Folder DF-70106/1

Hillary For America, North Carolina Sound Track, 20 October 2016 #70106, Subseries: "Hillary Clinton Campaign, 2016" DF-70106/1

Museum Item MU-70106/1

"Sheet Metal, Air, Rail, Transportation, SMART, Hillary 2016" lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "Hillary Clinton Campaign, 2016" MU-70106/1

Museum Item MU-70106/57-58

MU-70106/57

MU-70106/58

"SMART, Hillary 2016" lapel pin #70106, Subseries: "Hillary Clinton Campaign, 2016" MU-70106/57-58

Museum Item MU-70106/166

"Democratic Party Presidential Candidate Debate, Gaillard Center, Charleston, S.C., Member of Congress" badge #70106, Subseries: "Hillary Clinton Campaign, 2016" MU-70106/166

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About 20 items.
Folder 145

Impeachment papers, 2018-2019 #70106, Subseries: "Donald Trump Era and Impeachment, 2016-2019" Folder 145

Includes copies of H.Res. 755 and 767 and reports that accompanied H.Res 767, regarding impeachment of Donald Trump; communications from Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and Majority Whip James E. Clyburn regarding voting on H.Res.755 on 18 December 2019, the day of the vote on H.Res.755; a copy of remarks made by G. K. Butterfield; a press release from Butterfield's office regarding his vote for impeachment; Donald Trump's signed letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi with his repudiation of the impeachment charges, 17 December 2019. Also included is a birthday message from Donald Trump to Butterfield, 27 April 2018.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/57

Impeachment, 2019 #70106, Subseries: "Donald Trump Era and Impeachment, 2016-2019" OPF-70106/57

News coverage of the impeachment of Donald Trump in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Roll Call, The Hill, and Politico.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/58-59

OPF-70106/58

OPF-70106/59

News coverage, 2016-2017 #70106, Subseries: "Donald Trump Era and Impeachment, 2016-2019" OPF-70106/58-59

Topics include the general election and early days of Trump presidency.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/166

Photographs: Impeachment, 2019 #70106, Subseries: "Donald Trump Era and Impeachment, 2016-2019" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/166

Color photographic prints

5 images

Includes images (screen shots) of Butterfield on House floor voting "yes" to impeachment of President Donald J. Trump.

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About 50 items.
Oversize Paper Folder OPF-70106/60-61

OPF-70106/60

OPF-70106/61

News coverage, 2020 #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" OPF-70106/60-61

Topics include Joseph Biden's victory in the South Carolina primary and on Super Tuesday, and in the presidential election, in The Washington Post and The New York Times.

Folder 146

Papers, 2020 #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" Folder 146

Flyers and related materials, both for and against Joe Biden and Kamala Harris; and a photocopy of a "Dear Family" letter from Donald Trump about the White House response to the coronavirus.

Folder 147

Political ephemera, 2020 #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" Folder 147

Flyers for Butterfield for Congress, Linda Cooper-Suggs for N.C. House of Representatives, Shelly Willingham for N.C. House of Representatives, Milton F. "Toby" Fitch Jr. for N.C. Senate.

Folder 148

Democratic National Convention, North Carolina delegation #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" Folder 148

Folder 149

Voting information #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" Folder 149

Includes guidelines about voter intimidation under North Carolina law; a North Carolina voter guide; Democratic sample ballots for Wilson County, N.C., and Pitt County, N.C.; news coverage and other information about absentee ballot rules.

Folder 150

Polling and lobbying information #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" Folder 150

Includes a report to the Congressional Black Caucus about interacting with churches during campaign season and a poll from ABC news about the presidential race in North Carolina; and a memorandum regarding the reelection bid of Sanford Bishop (D-Ga.).

Folder 151-152

Folder 151

Folder 152

Voter canvassing #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" Folder 151-152

Includes lists of Wake County churches and pastors, North Carolina clergy, General Baptist State Convention members, and Mason's Eastern Star members.

Folder 153-155

Folder 153

Folder 154

Folder 155

Voter canvassing #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" Folder 153-155

Includes files on absentee ballots, the American Legion, Biden in North Carolina, Black lawyers, Church of Christ/Disciples of Christ and other churches, early voting, fundraising, HBCU effort, political activity, Greg Moss, political data, Protecting Our Future, N.C. Senator Milton F. "Toby" Fitch Jr., sororities and fraternities, and Pitt County, Wayne County, and Wilson, N.C.

Image Box 5

Image Folder PF-70106/167

Photographs: Campaign, 2020 #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" Imagebox 5, Imagefolder PF-70106/167

Color photographic prints

2 images

Includes image of G. K. Butterfield with President Joseph Biden.

Museum Item MU-70106/135

"Biden Harris" t-shirt #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" MU-70106/135

Museum Item MU-70106/169-170

MU-70106/169

MU-70106/170

"Biden Harris" yard sign sleeves #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" MU-70106/169-170

Museum Item MU-70106/8

"North Carolina First District Needs Joe Biden for President, G. K. Butterfield for Congress" button #70106, Subseries: "Joseph Biden Campaign, 2020" MU-70106/8

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Curated Files, 1980-2021.

About 300 items.

Arrangement: 69 files as created by and received from G. K. Butterfield.

G. K. Butterfield has curated 69 files of ephemera, photographs, and artifacts relating to his personal and professional life, work, and interests. Numbering and titles provided by Butterfield.

Not transferred as of September 2021

  • 1. Groove Phi Groove
  • 7. Bernadette Shade Jones
  • 36. Milton F. "Toby" Fitch Jr.
  • 39. G. K. Butterfield Military
  • 40. G. K. Butterfield Jr. Youth Pictures
  • 41. G. K. Butterfield Jr. Youth Pictures
  • 42. Connie
  • 43. G. K. Butterfield Jr. Parents
Folder 156

2. MLK Miscellaneous, 2008, 2014 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 156

Invitations to Renewing the Dream: A Celebration of the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and A Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and a Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony in honor of The Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/172

3. 16th Street Baptist Church Birmingham: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/172

Black-and-white photographic prints, color photographic prints

3 images

Include scans of historic images and more recent original images.

Folder 157

4. 40th Anniversary Voting Rights Act, Greenville #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 157

Program and invitation to Renew, Restore, and Revive: Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Institute in cooperation with G. K. Butterfield.

Folder 158

5. 150th Anniversary Congressional Celebration of 13th Amendment, 2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 158

Program, invitation, ticket, event planning materials, and articles about the history of the 13th amendment.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/173

6. 1964 Civil Rights Act Celebration, 2014: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/173

Color photographic prints, printed materials

22 images

Includes images taken by N.C. Senator Floyd B. McKissick Jr. at U.S. Capitol event.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/174

8. Bush: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/174

Color photographic prints

5 images

Includes two signed images of President George W. Bush with G. K. Butterfield.

Folder 159

9. Bush Second Inaugural, 2005 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 159

Program, ticket, and front page of The Washington Post, 21 February 2005

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/175

9. Bush Second Inaugural, 2005: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/175

Color photographic prints, Color 35mm Roll Film

36 images

Includes images taken by G. K. Butterfield at Inauguration ceremony.

Folder 160

10. CBCF Annual Legislative Conference, 2016 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 160

Invitation and program for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Inc. Leadership Reception, programs for the Annual Prayer Breakfast, the Phoenix Awards Dinner.

Folder 161

11. CODEL Clyburn, 2008 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 161

Itinerary for the Congressional Delegation (CODEL) led by James E. Clyburn, Majority Whip, House of Representatives, and Emily Clyburn, and other materials related to travel to China, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand, including identification cards, a note from Clyburn about the trip, and an invitation to a reception hosted by the Australian Prime Minister and Ms. Rein.

Folder 162

12. Capitol Visitor Center Opening, including Emancipation Hall, 2008 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 162

Program.

Folder 163

13. Darfur CODEL Hoyer #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 163

News coverage in The Raleigh News and Observer of G. K. Butterfield's trip to Darfur as part of the Congressional Delegation (CODEL) of Steny Hoyer, Majority Leader, House of Representatives.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/176

13. Darfur CODEL Hoyer: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/176

Color photographic prints

2 images

Includes group portrait with G. K. Butterfield,

Folder 164

14. Frederick Douglas Statue Dedication, 2013 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 164

Program, invitation, ticket.

Folder 165

15. Ghana Independence Day Celebration, 2007 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 165

Invitations and programs for a parade, state banquet, and commemorative Sitting of Parliament on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Ghana's Independence. Also includes some background information about Ghana for the Congressional Black Caucus delegation, a hand-held fan, a mini flag and pin of U.S.-Ghana flags.

Museum Item MU-70106/167

15. Ghana Independence Day Celebration, 2007: Hand-held fan #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." MU-70106/167

Cardstock on flat wooden handle, rounded top with curved bottom, red, yellow with black stars, and green boarder around colorful background with gold "50" at center, over "GHANA / Championing African Excellence" in black, over "1957-2007" in red.

Museum Item MU-70106/146

15. Ghana Independence Day Celebration, 2007: Mini flag of Ghana #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." MU-70106/146

Museum Item MU-70106/164

15. Ghana Independence Day Celebration, 2007: Flags of Ghana and United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." MU-70106/164

Folder 166

16. G. K. Butterfield Congressional Black Caucus Swearing In and Final Day, 2015, 2017 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 166

Invitation, programs, remarks by G. K. Butterfield.

Folder 167

17. Gold Medal Ceremony in honor of the Foot Soldiers of the 1965 Voting Rights Marches, 2016 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 167

Program.

Folder 168

18. Gold Medal Ceremony in Honor of Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson, and Cynthia Wesley 2013 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 168

Program.

18. Gold Medal Presentation: Reflecting on Our Past, Moving Fifty Years Forward, 2013 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 168

Programs and 3 pins commemorating 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham, Ala.

Museum Item MU-70106/151-153

MU-70106/151

MU-70106/152

MU-70106/153

18. Gold Medal Presentation: Reflecting on Our Past, Moving Fifty Years Forward, 2013: "Civil Rights Movement, Birmingham, Alabama, 1963-2013" buttons #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." MU-70106/151-153

Folder 169

19. Gold Medal Ceremony in honor of Jackie Robinson, 2005 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 169

Program.

Folder 170

20. Howard Curtis Jones tribute, 2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 170

Remarks by G. K. Butterfield recognizing Jones as the recipient of the Outstanding Rural Leader of the Year Award and newspaper coverage in The Wilson Times.

Folder 171

21. John F. Kennedy #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 171

Commemorative printed booklet of inaugural address of 20 January 1961.

Folder 172

22. Julian Bond tribute, 2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 172

Program.

Folder 173

23. Lyndon Baines Johnson, 2008, 2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 173

Letter from Luci Baines Johnson thanking G. K. Butterfield for co-sponsoring a House resolution; program from the LBJ Foundation Liberty and Justice for All event.

Folder 174

24. March on Washington, 2013 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 174

Invitation and program, signed by John Lewis, for Congressional Ceremony observing the Fiftieth Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom; tickets and invitations to Let Freedom Ring prayer service and closing commemoration and call to action.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/177

24. March on Washington, 2013: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/177

Color photographic prints

2 images

Includes images with G. K. Butterfield at event.

Folder 175

25. Mandela, 2013 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 175

Mandela Memorial Congressional Delegation (CODEL) itinerary; program for the State memorial service in South Africa; invitations and programs for Congressional Celebration of the Life, Legacy, and Values of Nelson R. Mandela; program for memorial service at First Baptist Church in Raleigh, N.C.; 100 rand (South African currency).

Museum Item MU-70106/171

25. Mandela, 2013: South African currency #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." MU-70106/171

100 rand (South African currency).

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/178

25. Mandela, 2013: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/178

Color photographic prints

2 images

Includes image of G. K. Butterfield with Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa.

Folder 176

26. Montgomery Bus Boycott 60th Anniversary 2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 176

Program of the Southern Youth Leadership Development Institute.

Folder 177

27. Obama visit to Kenya and Ethiopia, 2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 177

Travel itinerary; identification badge for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit; badges for Air Force One, African Union Headquarters, and an opening plenary; invitation and program for the State Banquet hosted by Uhuru Kenyatta, president of Kenya; invitation and menu for the U.S. Trade and Investment Commercial Dialogue Luncheon; invitation for a State Dinner hosted by Ato Hailemariam, prime minister of Ethiopia.

Folder 178

28. Opening of National Museum of African American History and Culture, 2016 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 178

Tickets and program for dedication ceremony; news coverage in The Washington Post.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/179

29. Opening of Wilson Office, 2004: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/179

Color photographic prints

36 images

Includes images with G. K. Butterfield at opening celebration.

Folder 179

30. Plaque Unveiling Ceremony in Recognition of the Contributions of Enslaved African Americans to the Construction of the United States Capitol, 2010 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 179

Program.

Folder 180

31. Pope Francis, 2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 180

Copies of address, as prepared for delivery, to a joint meeting of Congress; one of the copies has comments on the speech.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/180

31. Pope Francis, 2015: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/180

Color photographic prints, Printed Materials

4 images

Includes images of G. K. Butterfield on U.S. House floor while Pope Francis speaks.

Folder 181

32. Portrait Hanging for John Conyers, 2006, 2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 181

Programs for ceremonies for unveiling of portrait honoring chairmanship of House Committee on Government Operations and House Committee on the Judiciary.

Folder 182

33. Rosa Parks, 2013 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 182

Jet, 14 November 2005, featuring Parks; invitation and program for Congressional tribute commemorating the dedication of the statue of Rosa Parks at Statuary Hall; "Beyond the Bus" printed booklet about Parks.

Folder 183

34. Selma, 2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 183

Tickets and promotional postcard for a screening of Selma hosted by G. K. Butterfield in Wilson, N.C.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/181

34. Selma, 2015: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/181

Color photographic prints

5 images

Includes images of President Barack Obama and others at screening event for Selma.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/182

35. Selma pilgrimage: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/182

Black-and-white photographic prints, color photographic prints

5 images

Images include John Lewis, Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, G. K. Butterfield.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/183-184

PF-70106/183

PF-70106/184

37. Day One, 21 July 2004: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/183-184

Color photographic prints

27 images

Images include Nancy Pelosi, Dennis Hastert, G. K. Butterfield, Butterfield family, and staff.

Folder 184

38. Inauguration of President Trump, 2017 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 184

Letter from Roy Blunt, chair of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies; invitation and tickets; and commemorative pin.

Museum Item MU-70106/158

38. Inauguration of President Trump, 2017: Lapel pin #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." MU-70106/158

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/185

44. Children of Links, Inc. Heir-O-Links: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/185

Black-and-white photographic prints

2 images

Image of G. K. Butterfield. Verso reads "Dr. Frances S. Seymore was the doctor I had with me when my baby George Kenneth Butterfield was born April 12 1947; Bryant Portrait Studio, Burnett Building, Rocky Mount, N.C."

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/186

45. G. K. Butterfield, Judicial: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/186

Black-and-white photographic prints, color photographic prints

7 images

Includes portraits of G. K. Butterfield in judicial robes.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/187-191

PF-70106/187

PF-70106/188

PF-70106/189

PF-70106/190

PF-70106/191

46. G. K. Butterfield, Law School: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/187-191

Black-and-white photographic prints, color photographic prints

30 images

Includes images of G. K. Butterfield while in law school and at graduation.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/192

47. G. K. Butterfield, slide show: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/192

Printed materials

22 images

Printouts from a PowerPoint presentation featuring images of G. K. Butterfield throughout his career. Many of the images are included the collection.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/193

48. Black Elected Officials N.C.: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/193

Color photographic prints, printed materials

8 images

Includes images of G. K. Butterfield with Black politicians.

Folder 185

49. G. K. Butterfield March from Raleigh to Wilson, 1968 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 185

News coverage of march by North Carolina College students.

Folder 186

50. Certificates of Appreciation, 1980-2015 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 186

Opportunities Academy of Management Training, North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers, Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America Inc. (OIC), Darden High School Alumni, North Carolina Council of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel, Elizabeth State University, National African American School Board Member Association, East Carolina University, Pitt County Branch of the NAACP, Military Officers Association of America.

Folder 187

51. Certificates of Election, 2004-2020 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 187

Folder 188

52. Birthday greetings 2017 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 188

Letters and greeting cards from family, friends, and Congressional colleagues in recognition of G. K. Butterfield's 70th birthday.

Folder 189

53. Historic Celebration Honoring North Carolina African American Supreme Court Justices, 2017 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 189

Invitation, programs, name card, and remarks by G. K. Butterfield.

Museum Item MU-70106/149

53. Historic Celebration Honoring North Carolina African American Supreme Court Justices, 2017: Name tag #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." MU-70106/149

Closing Bell Ceremony, New York Stock Exchange, Congressional Black Caucus, July 17, 2015.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/194

53. Historic Celebration Honoring North Carolina African American Supreme Court Justices, 2017: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/194

Color photographic prints

30 images

Includes images of G. K. Butterfield with other Black judges.

Folder 190

54. Links Inc. Inaugural Legislative Luncheon Honoring Links in Congress, 2017 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 190

Program and ticket.

Folder 191

55. General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Inc., 150th Anniversary, 2017 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 191

Remarks by G. K. Butterfield.

Folder 192

56. CODEL Pelosi, Normandy, 6-9 June 2019 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 192

Programs, invitations to events, a thank you letter from Nancy Pelosi, and a commemorative pin of U.S.-French flags relating to Congressional Delegation (CODEL) to Normandy led by Nancy Pelosi.

Museum Item MU-70106/163

56. CODEL Pelosi, Normandy, 6-9 June 2019: Flags of France and United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." MU-70106/163

Folder 193

57. The New York Times: "400 years from 1619," 2019 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 193

Program for Commemoration of the 400th Anniversary of the First-Recorded Forced Arrival of Enslaved African People; New York Times Magazine 1619 Project.

Folder 194

58. John Hervey Wheeler Federal Courthouse, 2019 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 194

Invitation to Ceremony Commemorating the Naming of the John Hervey Wheeler United States Courthouse and remarks by G. K. Butterfield.

Folder 195

59. Congressman Elijah Cummings, 2019 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 195

Remarks by G. K. Butterfield.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/195

59. Congressman Elijah Cummings, 2019: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/195

Color photographic prints

5 images

Includes images of G. K. Butterfield with Elijah Cummings and of Cummings' memorial in the U.S. Capitol.

Folder 196

60. Confederate Monuments in Capitol (H.R.7573), 2020 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 196

Copy of H.R. 7573 to direct the Architect of the Capitol ...to remove all statues of individuals who voluntarily served the Confederate States of America from display in the United States Capitol"; list of National Statuary Hall Collection Statues; background articles about removing statues from public land, news coverage in The Hill of the House of Representatives vote to remove statues; and handwritten diagram of the House and Senate fight between Preston Brooks and Charles Sumner.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/196

61. Slave Castle Ghana: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/196

Color photographic prints

2 images

Folder 197

62. Taking down Pelosi words, 2019 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 197

Copy of H.R. 489 condemning President Trump's racist comments directed at Members of Congress and related news coverage.

Folder 198

63. William Hoover Jones, Korean War, 2019 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 198

Program for tribute Honoring the Life and Legacy of PFC William Hoover Jones, a Korean War veteran whose remains were missing for nearly 70 years; copy of death certificate; related news coverage. Also includes 2 letters from the assistant superintendent of Suresnes American Cemetery regarding the visit of a Congressional Black Caucus delegation to the graves of African American soldiers buried there or listed on the Wall of Missing.

Folder 199

64. Dorothy Height Collection, 2010 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 199

News coverage in The Washington Post.

Image Box 9

Image Folder PF-70106/197

64. Dorothy Height Collection, 2010: Photographs #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Imagebox 9, Imagefolder PF-70106/197

Color photographic prints

8 images

Includes images of G. K. Butterfield with Dorothy Height.

Folder 200

65. Alcee Hastings, 2021 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 200

Program for Celebration of the Life of the Honorable Alcee L. Hastings (1936-2021).

Folder 201

66. Juneteenth Legislation, 2021 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 201

G. K. Butterfield's note to file regarding how he came to lead singing of the Black National Anthem on the floor of the House; remarks by G. K. Butterfield; and invitation to the signing of the Juneteenth Bill at the White House; copies of S. 475 and H.R. 1320, to designate Juneteenth National Independence Day as a federal holiday; and related news coverage in The Washington Post.

Folder 202

67. General Lloyd Austin Waiver 2021 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 202

Copy of H.R. 335 to provide for an exception to a limitation against appointment of persons as Secretary of Defense within seven years of relief from active duty, and H. Res. 21 calling on Vice President Michael Pence to activate section 4 of the 25th Amendment to declare President Donald J. Trump incapable of executing the duties of his office.

Folder 203

68. H.R. 4, 116th Congress, 2019 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 203

Copy of Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2019; copy of H.R. 4 To Amend the Voting Rights Act of 1965; and the Report on Voting Rights and Election Administration in the United States of America sponsored by the Committee on House Administration, Subcommittee on Elections.

Folder 204

69. USNS John Lewis Christening Ceremony, 2021 #70106, Series: "4. Curated Files, 1980-2021." Folder 204

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Other Materials, 1980-2021.

About 100 items.

Chiefly artifacts collected by G. K. Butterfield during his career in public service.

Museum Item MU-70106/5

Howard Lee for Congress button #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/5

Museum Item MU-70106/6

White Rock Baptist Church, Durham, N.C., 150th anniversary lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/6

Museum Item MU-70106/7

"Remember America's Fallen" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/7

Pin includes paper card: "National Moment of Remembrance, Memorial Day, 3 p.m., America Unites in Remembrance, Please wear this pin in memory of those who died in service to our Nation. White House Commission on Remembrance www.remember.gov, All Americans, wherever they are at 3 p.m. local time on Memorial Day, are asked to pause for a Moment of Remembrance and rededication to give back to the country in honor of our fallen. Congress established the National Moment of Remembrance "The mystic chords of/memory... should swell into a mighty chorus of remembrance, gratitude and rededication. Abraham Lincoln."

Museum Item MU-70106/9

"African Americans for Kerry-Edwards" Campaign button #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/9

Museum Item MU-70106/10

André Carson for Congress button #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/10

Museum Item MU-70106/11

American flag lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/11

Museum Item MU-70106/12

City of Oxford, N.C., 1760, 1816 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/12

Museum Item MU-70106/13

Dr. Ewart Brown for Premier of Bermuda button #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/13

Museum Item MU-70106/18

Embassy of Australia in Washington, D.C., "Loyalty, Solidarity, Equality, Friendship" medal #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/18

Museum Item MU-70106/19

Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum 50th Anniversary, "Your Community, Your Story 1967-2017" medal #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/19

Museum Item MU-70106/20

Air Force lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/20

Museum Item MU-70106/21

CNN: America Votes 2008 button #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/21

Museum Item MU-70106/23

Commemorative coin from the Ukraine #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/23

Museum Item MU-70106/26

Host Committee #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/26

Museum Item MU-70106/27

Elizabeth, N.C., "Discover the Good Life Daily" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/27

Museum Item MU-70106/28

Greater Washington Chamber of Commerce, Washington, N.C., lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/28

Museum Item MU-70106/29

Unshelled peanut lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/29

Museum Item MU-70106/31

Flag lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/31

Museum Item MU-70106/34

NACHC Member 2005 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/34

Museum Item MU-70106/35

United States Secret Service lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/35

Museum Item MU-70106/36

United States Department of Agriculture/Office of Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/36

Museum Item MU-70106/37

Martin Luther King Jr. Research and Education Institute button #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/37

Museum Item MU-70106/38

Commemorative button from 2001 gubernatorial inauguration #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/38

Museum Item MU-70106/39

March on Washington button, 1963 #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/39

Museum Item MU-70106/40

Celebrating 40 years of America's Health Centers lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/40

Museum Item MU-70106/41

Wilson, N.C., 1972-2003 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/41

Museum Item MU-70106/43

American Crystal Sugar Company, Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers Association medallion #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/43

Museum Item MU-70106/44

American Crystal Sugar Company, Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers Association medallion #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/44

Museum Item MU-70106/45

United States Congress money clip #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/45

Museum Item MU-70106/46

City of Lumberton, N.C., 1787 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/46

Museum Item MU-70106/48

North Carolina Democratic Party lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/48

Museum Item MU-70106/49

Antigua and Barbuda "Each Endeavoring All Achieving" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/49

Museum Item MU-70106/50

Flags of South Africa and the United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/50

Museum Item MU-70106/51

North Carolina Capitol lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/51

Museum Item MU-70106/52

Durham City of Medicine, N.C., 1869 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/52

Museum Item MU-70106/53

"We can end gun violence" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/53

Museum Item MU-70106/54

Flags of Germany and the United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/54

Museum Item MU-70106/55

Martin Luther King Jr. Research and Education Institute button #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/55

Museum Item MU-70106/56

Rufus [Edmisten] lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/56

Museum Item MU-70106/59

Pitt Community College 50th Anniversary 1961-2011 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/59

Museum Item MU-70106/60

"For God and Country" Susan Campbell Department President 2004-2005 "We Serve" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/60

Museum Item MU-70106/63

"Whatever it takes" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/63

Museum Item MU-70106/64

City of Oxford, N.C., lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/64

Museum Item MU-70106/65

City of Kinston, N.C. lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/65

Museum Item MU-70106/66

Jones County, N.C., lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/66

Museum Item MU-70106/67

"No Malarkey Crew" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/67

Museum Item MU-70106/68

MRE lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/68

Museum Item MU-70106/69

Bermuda lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/69

Museum Item MU-70106/70

North Carolina "I Support Veterans" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/70

Museum Item MU-70106/71

"Restore the Vote" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/71

Museum Item MU-70106/72

SHIPPAC lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/72

Museum Item MU-70106/73

Aruba lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/73

Museum Item MU-70106/74

NAACP Life Member lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/74

Museum Item MU-70106/75

State of North Carolina with peanut shell lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/75

Museum Item MU-70106/76

Vance County, North Carolina, lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/76

Museum Item MU-70106/77

City of Fayetteville, N.C., tie tack #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/77

Museum Item MU-70106/79

Democratic Party of Nash County, N.C., lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/79

Museum Item MU-70106/80

Flags of Italy and United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/80

Museum Item MU-70106/81

17th Annual Session / o s c e PA /ASTANA 2008 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/81

Museum Item MU-70106/82

Fraternal Order of Police, State of North Carolina lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/82

Museum Item MU-70106/83

Democratic Party (donkey) lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/83

Museum Item MU-70106/84

Groove Phi Groove 1962 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/84

Museum Item MU-70106/85

Flags of Iraq and the United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/85

Museum Item MU-70106/86

Flags of Belgium and United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/86

Museum Item MU-70106/87

Bobcat Basketball lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/87

Museum Item MU-70106/88

Campbell State Auditor earring #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/88

Museum Item MU-70106/89

Greene County, N.C., lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/89

Museum Item MU-70106/90

Rosa Parks postage stamp magnet #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/90

Museum Item MU-70106/91

We Shall Overcome button #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/91

Museum Item MU-70106/92

Robeson County, N.C., lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/92

Museum Item MU-70106/93

North Carolina General Court of Justice lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/93

Museum Item MU-70106/94

Halifax Community College 1967 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/94

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Town of LaGrange, N.C., 1869 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/95

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East Carolina University Growth and Quality lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/96

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Unity 1984 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/97

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Birmingham Institute, Civil Rights lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/98

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Jones / Trojans lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/99

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State of North Carolina lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/100

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"Volunteers Take Time to Care" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/101

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Elizabeth City, N.C., "Harbor of Hospitality" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/103

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Rufus [Edmisten] lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/104

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City of Wilson, N.C., lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/105

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Elizabeth City, N.C., "Harbor of Hospitality" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/106

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Democrat, State of North Carolina lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/107

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State of North Carolina lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/108

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State of North Carolina lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/109

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"I Believe in Caring, Honesty, Trust, Courtesy, You, Me, Loyalty Respect" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/110

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Yellow jacket lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/111

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Wilson County, N.C., 150th anniversary lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/112

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Rufus Edmisten lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/113

Museum Item MU-70106/114

City of Wilson, N.C., lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/114

Museum Item MU-70106/115

"A Hometown Hospital for 100 Years, 1912-2021" lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/115

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ACT / MCAS I NADEP lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/116

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Judicial Council, National Bar Association lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/117

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PLP lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/119

Museum Item MU-70106/120

Barack Obama / In God We Trust button #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/120

Museum Item MU-70106/121

OIC lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/121

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North Carolina NENA / 911 lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/122

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Eagle / stars / spokes / keys lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/123

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Flags of China and the United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/124

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Flags of New Zealand and the United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/125

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Flags of Singapore and the United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/126

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Flags of Sudan and the United States lapel pin #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/127

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Thurgood Marshall / Black Heritage cuff link #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/128

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Office of State and Local Coordination / ICE / U.S. Department of Homeland Security paperweight #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/130

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E. J. Hayes Alumni Association, "The Legacy Continues" enamel tab #70106, Series: "5. Other Materials, 1980-2021." MU-70106/132

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About 6400 items.

Acquisition Information: Accession 20220422.1

Library use only for digital files found in the Addition of 2022. Contact wilsonlibrary@unc.edu to discuss access options.

The Addition of April 2022 consists of digital images sourced from G. K. Butterfield's personal Dropbox. The images document activities, travel, and the political and social network of G. K. Butterfield serving as a U.S. congressman from 2005 to 2021. Topics include campaigns and fundraising; congressional events, such as Civil Rights anniversary celebrations and delegation travel to foreign countries; the Congressional Black Caucus; meetings with dignitaries, such as Presidents Bush and Obama; 2nd Congressional District work, such as tours of farms, military bases, health clinics, and companies; the North Carolina Black Legislative Caucus; and the investiture of James "Jim" Andrew Wynn Jr as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. There are also photographs documenting the Old North State Dental Society.

Digital Folder DF-70106/22

Alabama Pictures, 6 March 2005 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/22

Digital Folder DF-70106/23

Darden House Restoration Project, 30 June 2006 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/23

Digital Folder DF-70106/24

36th Annual Congressional Black Caucus, 7 September 2006 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/24

Digital Folder DF-70106/25

Bush in North Carolina and Congressional Black Caucus at the White House, 14 February 2007 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/25

Digital Folder DF-70106/26

Congressional Black Caucus Meeting with Bush, 15 February 2007 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/26

Digital Folder DF-70106/27

Picture with President Bush, 21 February 2007 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/27

Digital Folder DF-70106/28

Darfur Hoyer CODEL, 31 March 2007 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/28

Digital Folder DF-70106/29

Farm Tour, 29 October 2007 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/29

Digital Folder DF-70106/30

Obama Visit North Carolina, 12 May 2008 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/30

Digital Folder DF-70106/31

Weldon Day, 23 May 2008 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/31

Digital Folder DF-70106/32

Election Night 2008 Wilson, N.C., 4 November 2008 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/32

Digital Folder DF-70106/33

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Williamsburg, 9 June 2009 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/33

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Presidents Day District Work Period, 18 February 2010 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/34

Digital Folder DF-70106/35

North Carolina Central University Interns, 18 May 2010 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/35

Digital Folder DF-70106/36

Alice Jones Nickens, 25 May 2010 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/36

Digital Folder DF-70106/37

District Work Period Memorial Weekend, 3 June 2010 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/37

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District Work Period, 6 July 2010 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/38

Digital Folder DF-70106/39

North Carolina Central University Graduation, G. K. Butterfield, 28 February 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/39

Digital Folder DF-70106/40

Congressional Black Caucus Executive Leadership at White House, 31 March 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/40

Digital Folder DF-70106/41

James (Jim) Andrew Wynn Jr. Investiture, 12 April 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/41

Digital Folder DF-70106/42

Storm Damage Bertie County etc, 18 April 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/42

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G. K. Butterfield and Obama on Air Force 1, 13 June 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/43

Digital Folder DF-70106/44

G. K. Butterfield Fundraiser, Goldsboro, 24 June 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/44

Digital Folder DF-70106/45

MLK Memorial Dedication, 13 July 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/45

Digital Folder DF-70106/46

Chamber Fly In, 12 September 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/46

Digital Folder DF-70106/47

G. K. Butterfield with Chancellor Charlie Nelms, 21 September 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/47

Digital Folder DF-70106/48

G. K. Butterfield and Elizabeth City State University Choir, 23 September 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/48

Digital Folder DF-70106/49

Eva Clayton Visits Office, 4 October 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/49

Digital Folder DF-70106/50

G. K. Butterfield Military Photos, 6 October 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/50

Digital Folder DF-70106/51

Kenneth Shade Photos, 6 October 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/51

Digital Folder DF-70106/52

AAR Site Visit, 19 October 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/52

Digital Folder DF-70106/53

G. K. Butterfield at Elizabeth City State University with Chancellor, 9 November 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/53

Digital Folder DF-70106/54

G. K. Butterfield, Milton F. (Toby) Fitch Jr., James (Jim) Andrew Wynn Jr., 30 December 2011 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/54

Digital Folder DF-70106/55

State of the Union, 24 January 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/55

Digital Folder DF-70106/56

G. K. Butterfield 65th Birthday Bash, Wilson, 27 April 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/56

Digital Folder DF-70106/57

G. K. Butterfield Primary Victory, 8 May 2012 (1) #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/57

Digital Folder DF-70106/58

Glen Raven Visit, 12 June 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/58

Digital Folder DF-70106/59

ABB Visit Pinetops NC, 13 June 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/59

Digital Folder DF-70106/60

Goldsboro Union Station, 14 June 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/60

Digital Folder DF-70106/61

Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Visit, 14 June 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/61

Digital Folder DF-70106/62

G. K. Butterfield Goldsboro Birthday, 23 June 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/62

Digital Folder DF-70106/63

Henderson Clergy Breakfast, 26 June 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/63

Digital Folder DF-70106/64

White House Picnic, 27 June 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/64

Digital Folder DF-70106/65

Biden Durham Visit, 13 August 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/65

Digital Folder DF-70106/66

Campaign, 18 October 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/66

Digital Folder DF-70106/67

White House Christmas Party, 4 December 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/67

Digital Folder DF-70106/68

Congressional Black Caucus Swearing-In Ceremony, 3 January 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/68

Digital Folder DF-70106/69

U.S. DOT Secretary Ray LaHood Visits Goldsboro, 30 April 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/69

Digital Folder DF-70106/70

G. K. Butterfield Tours Halifax Medical Center, 2 May 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/70

Digital Folder DF-70106/71

People's Health Clinic Visit, 2 May 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/71

Digital Folder DF-70106/72

Next Level Veterans Program, 27 May 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/72

Digital Folder DF-70106/73

Meeting with Durham Legislators, 30 May 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/73

Digital Folder DF-70106/74

Legacy of Freedom, 31 May 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/74

Digital Folder DF-70106/75

Rocky Mount Juneteenth, 1 June 2012 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/75

Digital Folder DF-70106/76

Moral Monday Rally, 10 June 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/76

Digital Folder DF-70106/77

Old North State Dental, 21 June 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/77

Digital Folder DF-70106/78

North Carolina Central University Staff Tour, 1 July 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/78

Digital Folder DF-70106/79

50th Anniversary of March on Washington Ceremony, 31 July 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/79

Digital Folder DF-70106/80

March on Washington, 24 August 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/80

Digital Folder DF-70106/81

March on Washington, 28 August 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/81

Digital Folder DF-70106/82

G. K. Butterfield Staff, 4 December 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/82

Digital Folder DF-70106/83

Mandela Funeral, 9 December 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/83

Digital Folder DF-70106/84

CODEL Fudge to Morocco, 28 December 2013 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/84

Digital Folder DF-70106/85

Celebration of Civil Rights Act, 24 June 2014 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/85

Digital Folder DF-70106/86

Annual Legislative Conference Panel, 25 September 2014 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/86

Digital Folder DF-70106/87

Screening of Selma, 21 January 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/87

Digital Folder DF-70106/88

Congressional Black Caucus in Ferguson, 26 January 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/88

Digital Folder DF-70106/89

Selma screening, 10 February 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/89

Digital Folder DF-70106/90

Selma, Alabama 50th Anniversary, 7 March 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/90

Digital Folder DF-70106/91

Shaw University Commencement, 5 May 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/91

Digital Folder DF-70106/92

Senator Clementa Pinckney Funeral Photos, 26 June 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/92

Digital Folder DF-70106/93

Loretta Lynch at North Carolina Central University, 1 July 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/93

Digital Folder DF-70106/94

Meeting With Hilllary Clinton, 14 July 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/94

Digital Folder DF-70106/95

Africa Trip with President Obama, 23 July 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/95

Digital Folder DF-70106/96

Rocky Mount Veterans Day, 11 November 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/96

Digital Folder DF-70106/97

Montgomery Bus Boycott 60th Anniversary, 5 December 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/97

Digital Folder DF-70106/98

150th Anniversary of the 13th Amendment, 9 December 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/98

Digital Folder DF-70106/99

Boule Induction Gamma Sigma Boule Group Pics, 19 December 2015 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/99

Digital Folder DF-70106/100

Flint Trip, 8 March 2016 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/100

Digital Folder DF-70106/101

State of the District: Halifax, June 2016 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/101

Digital Folder DF-70106/102

Floor Protest, 22 June 2016 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/102

Digital Folder DF-70106/103

Congressional Black Caucus at Smithsonian African American Museum (NMAAHC), 19 September 2016 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/103

Digital Folder DF-70106/104

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Michelle Obama in Winston Salem, 27 October 2016 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/104

Digital Folder DF-70106/105

Butterfield at Princeville farm, 3 November 2016 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/105

Digital Folder DF-70106/106

Anacostia Community Museum, 12 December 2017 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/106

Digital Folder DF-70106/107

General Colin Powell, 13 February 2018 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/107

Digital Folder DF-70106/108

Whip Meeting, 10 January 2019 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/108

Digital Folder DF-70106/109

Elijah Cummings Funeral, 24 October 2019 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/109

Digital Folder DF-70106/110

NC Black Legislative Caucus Press Conference, 9 April 2014 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/110

Digital Folder DF-70106/111

USS John Lewis, 17 July 2017 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/111

Digital Folder DF-70106/112

MLK Memorial Anniversary, 21 October 2021 #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/112

Digital Folder DF-70106/113

G. K. Butterfield and John Lewis #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/113

Digital Folder DF-70106/114

January 6 Insurrection #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/114

Digital Folder DF-70106/115

John Lewis Funeral #70106, Series: "6A. Digital Images, 2005-2021 (Addition of April 2022)." DF-70106/115

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Processing Information

This finding aid compiles archival collecting, description, and preservation work performed by Nancy Kaiser, Patrick Cullom, Rebecca Stubbs, Christian Edwards, Jessica Venlet, Anne Wells, Chaitra Powell, Dawne Howard Lucas, Jackie Dean, and Biff Hollingsworth, November 2021

Encoded by: Nancy Kaiser, November 2021

Updated: Jessica Venlet and Nancy Kaiser, May 2022.

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.

The creator's original arrangement has been retained. Folder titles were derived from original folder names and from descriptive metadata found within the files by the processing archivists.

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