The Proceedings of the Revolutionary Committee of the Town of New Bern, North Carolina, 1775, A Newly Discovered Printed Document of the American Revolution Brought to Light by the American Imprints Inventory of the Historical Records Survey; Division of Women's and Professional Projects of the Works Progress Administration; Provided with an introduction and privately printed by Douglas C. McMurtrie ... As a Keepsake for Presentation to Friends Attending the Sixtieth Annual Conference of the American Library Association at Kansas City, Missouri, June 13-18, 1938
- New Bern, North Carolina Committee of Inquiry and Correspondence.
- Other contributors include: McMurtrie, Douglas C. (Douglas Crawford), 1888 to 1944, Historical Records Survey (U.S.); 1 page facsimimile: 4 pages, 32 cm; Caption title of facsimile: "Proceedings of the Committee for the Town of Newbern and County of Craven, May 31, 1775," Heartman 240; UK holds archival copy for ASERL Collaborative Federal Depository Program libraries; Call number F258 .N47
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