Historical Papers of the Trinity College Historical Society, Series XXVII-XXVIII: Guide to the Manuscript Collections in the Duke University Library
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- Prepared by Nannie M. Tilley and Noma Lee Goodwin with the assistance of The North Carolina Historical Records Survey Project, Division of Community Service Programs, Work Projects Administration; Other contributors include: Nannie M.Tilley (Nannie May) and Noma Lee Goodwin; viii, 362 pages, 24 cm; Includes bibliographic references and index; UK holds archival copy for ASERL Collaborative Federal Depository Program libraries; Call number F251 .D83 ser.27-28 1947
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