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UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL
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From July 1, 1940 to June 30, 1942
NORTH CAROLINA STATE LIBRARY STAFF
Librarian . Cabbie L. Bbouohton
Chief Library Assistant Pauline Hill
Senior Assistant Mabqaeet B. Pbice
To the Hon. J. Melville Brougiiton, Governor; Mr. Thaddeus Euke, Secretary-
of State: and Mr. Clyde A. Erwin, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Gentlemen: — I have the honor to present to your honorable body for
due consideration the biennial report of the State Librarian of the State
Library of North Carolina, for a period covering twenty-four months from
July 1st, 1940 to June 30, 1942.
By purchase 1.3SS
By gift 257
U. S. Government (not catalogued) 85
Bound newspapers 205
Bound magazines 428
Number of volumes in general library 73,006
Number of volumes of bound newspapers 6,716
Number of volumes of bound magazines 7,206
Books catalogued 1,509
Cards added to catalog 5,767
Cards added to newspaper index 5,412
SUMMARY OF DAILY STATISTICS, JULY 1, 1940 TO JUNE 30, 1942
Visitors to Library (white) 29,663
Visitors to Library (colored) 1,446
Number of bound newspapers used 4,004
FINANCIAL STATEMENT, JULY 1, 1940 TO JUNE 30, 1942
Personal Service . $11,9S5.92
Supplies and Materials 194.33
Postage, Express, Telephone, Telegrams, etc. 199.64
Printing and Binding , 2,142.97
Books, Magazines, Newspapers 6.967.9S
Repairs, Alterations 301.27
Library Equipment 1,923.43
CARRIE L. BROUGHTON,
4 Biennial Report of the
(Abbreviations: d., dally; w., weekly; s\v., semi-weekly; m., monthly: bra., bi-monthly;
Aberdeen and Vass Sandhill Citizen, w.
Ahoskie Hertford County Herald, w.
Albemarle Stanly News Herald, w.
Asheville Asheville Citizen, d.
Asheville Asheville Times, d.
Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta Constitution, d.
Beaufort Beaufort News, w.
Boone Watauga Democrat, w.
Boston, Mass. Christian Science Monitor, d.
Carthage Moore County News, w.
Chapel Hill Chapel Hill Weekly, w.
Chapel Hill News Letter, w.
Charlotte Charlotte News, d.
Charlotte Charlotte Observer, d.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Times, w.
Charlotte Beasley's Weekly, w.
Conover Our Church Record, tri-m.
Durham Durham Morning Herald, d.
Elizabeth City Daily Advance, d.
Elizabeth City Independent, sw.
Fayetteville Fayetteville Observer, d.
Forest City Forest City Courier, w.
Gastonia Gastonia Gazette, d.
Greensboro Greensboro Daily News, d.
Greensboro Greensboro Daily Record, d. i
Greensboro N. C. Christian Advocate, w.
Greensboro Greensboro Patriot, w.
Greenville Greenville Reflector, d.
Hendersonville Times-News, d.
Hickory Hickory Daily Record, d.
Jackson Jackson News, w.
Jefferson \she Presbyterian, m.
Lenoir Lenoir News-Topic, sw.
Lexington Dispatch, sw.
Lincolnton Lincoln County News, sw.
Louisburg , Franklin Times, sw.
Lumberton Robesonian, d.
Marshall News Record, w.
Maxton Scottish Chief, w.
JVIocksville Davie Record, w.
Monroe Monroe Journal, sw.
Moravian Falls Yellow Jacket, m.
Morganton News Herald, sw.
Mooresville Mooresville Enterprise, w.
Nashville Graphic, w.
New Bern The Sun Journal, d.
Newton Catawba News Enterprise, sw.
New York, N. Y. The New York Times, d.
Norlina Norlina Headlight, w.
Oxford Oxford Public Ledger, tri-w.
Oxford Orphan's Friend, w.
Pittsboro Chatham Record, w.
Raleigh Biblical Recorder, w.
Raleigh News and Observer, d.
Raleigh Raleigh Times, d.
Reidsville Reidsville Review, d.
Richmond, Va. . Richmond Times Dispatch, d.
Rockingham Rockingham Post Dispatch, w.
Roxboro Roxboro Courier, w.
Roxboro Person County Times, w.
Rutherfordton Rutherford County News, w.
Sanatorium Sanatorium Sun, m.
Sanford Sanford Herald, sw.
Scotland Neck Scotland Neck Commonwealth, w.
Shelby Shelby Daily Star, d.
Siler City ■. Chatham News, w.
Smithfield Smithfield Herald, sw.
St. Paul St. Paul Review, w.
Southern Pines The'Pilot, w.
Statesville Landmark, sw.
Sylva Jackson County Journal, w.
Tarboro Daily Southerner, d.
Tarboro Weekly Southerner, w.
Thomasville Charity and Children, w.
Wadesboro Messenger and Intelligencer, w.
Wallace Wallace Enterprise, w.
Warrenton Warren Record, w.
Warsaw Duplin-Sampson Advocate, w.
Williamston Enterprise, sw.
Windsor Bertie Ledger Advance, w.
Wilmington Wilmington Morning Star, d.
Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Journal, d.
Winston-Salem _J Twin-City Sentinel, d.
Winston-Salem The Industrial Leader, w.
Valdese The Valdese News, w.
Biennial Report of the
American Antiquarian Society
American Antivivisection Society
American Library Association
American Historical Review
Annals of the American Academy
of Political & Social Sciences
Army & Navy Journal
Atlanta Historical Bulletin
Banker and the Financier
Book Review Digest
California News Notes
Canadian Historical Review
Carolina Journal of Pharmacy »
Chronicles of Oklahoma
Cumulative Book Index
Duke Alumni Register
Duke University Bulletin
Education For Victory •
Employment Security News - ' •
Extension Farm News
Filson Club History Quarterly
Florida Historical Quarterly
Genealogical Magazine of N. J.
Genealogy ~&~ History —
Georgia Historical Quarterly
Health Bulletin -—
House & Garden
Indiana Magazine of History
James Sprunt Studies
John's Hopkins University Studies
Journal of Calendar Reform
Journal of Mississippi History
Journal of Politics
Journal of Southern History
Journal of Elisha Mitchell
Journal of Illinois Historical Society
Journal of the History of Ideas
Journal of National Education
Kansas Historical Quartei'ly
Kentucky State Historical Society
Register ( _.
Labor & Industry
Louisiana Historical Quarterly -
Maryland Historical Magazine
Meredith College Bulletin
Michigan History Magazine
Missouri Historical Review
Mississippi Valley Historical Review
Monthly Checklist of Official
N. C. Publications
Monthly Labor Review
National Genealogical Society •
National Geographic Magazine
National Historical Magazine D.A.R.
New England Historical &
New Jersey Historical Society
New York Genealogical & /
New York Public Library Bulletin
New York Times Index
News Letter - r
Norfolk & Western Magazine
North Carolina Education.
North Carolina Employment
•• Security Information
North Carolina Federalist
North Carolina Historical Review
North Carolina Libraries
North Carolina Parent-Teacher
North Carolina Public School
•North Carolina State Alumni News
•North Carolina Wild Life
Ohio State Archaeological &
Pan American Union Bulletin* ", 1
.Pennsylvania Magazine " -'
.Public Assistance Statistics
Public Welfare News
Readers .Guide *■ •
"Red- Cross Courier ■ '
Research Bulletin of N.E.A. . ' -
Rotarian . ' ' *" /•- "
Saturday Review of Literature
School & Society '
Scimitar & Song
South Atlantic Quarterly
South Carolina Historical &
Southern Economic Journal
Southern Folklore Quarterly
Southern Historical Society Papers
Southern Literary Messenger
Southern Medicine & Surgery
Southern Tobacco Journal-
State School Facts
Studies in Philology
. Tar Heel Boy
Tennessee Historical Quarterly
Tyler's Quarterly Magazine
Union Seminary Review
U.D.C. Bulletin. .
U.N.C. Library News Sheet
Virginia Quarterly Review
West Virginia History
Western Pennsylvania History
White Ribbon : ...
William & Mary-Quarterly . -.
Wilson Bulletin V - '
Wisconsin Library Bulletin
Wisconsin Magazine of History
8 Biennial Report of the
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Douglass, J. J. The Gates of Dreams. 1940.
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Fowler, G. P. The House of Fowler Family, a history of the Fowler
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Fuller, Edwin W. Sea-Gift, a novel. 1873. Reprint. 1940.
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Gilbert, Katherine & Helmut Kuhn. A History of Esthetics. 1939.
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Greene, Ward. Route 28. 1940.
Griffin, Clarence W. Western North Carolina Sketches. 1941.
Groves, Catherine. Get More Out of Life. 1941. >
Groves, E. R. Christianity and the Family. 1942.
Hall, Alonzo C. & Nettie S. Tillett. Alumnae Miscellany. A fiftieth
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Harris, Agnes Roueche. Grandmother Dear or One Who Held a Lighted
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Henderson, Archibald. The Old North State. 1941. 5 vols.
Herring, Harriet L. Southern Industry and Regional Development. 1940.
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Lathrop, Virginia Terrell. Educate a Woman. 1942.
Lawrence, Elizabeth. A Southern Garden. 1942.
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10 Biennial Report of the
London, L. F. Bishop Joseph Blount Cheshire: his life and works. 1941.
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Moore, Bertha B. The Triplets in Business. 1939.
Moore, Bertha B. Mary Sunshine. 1939.
Moore, Bertha B. The Girl of the Listening Heart. 1940.
Moore, Bertha B. Triplets Go South. 1940.
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Board of Advisers of the Veterans Loan Fund.
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Department of Farm Credit Administration.
Department of Justice.
Department of Labor.
Department of Navy. •
Department of Treasury.
Department of War.
Department of Veteran's Administration.
Department of Interior.
Department of Commerce.
Department of Federal Courts. '
Department of Miscellaneous Agencies.
Worth, Kathryn. The Middle Button. 1941.
Worth, Kathryn. They Loved to Laugh. 1942.
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Writers Program, North Carolina. How North Carolina Grew. 1941.
Writers Program, North Carolina. What's Doing in North Carolina. 1941.
CONTINUED FROM THE BIENNIAL REPORT
1926-1928; 1934-1936; 1936-1938; 1938-1940
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In the State Library one will find one of the most complete genealogical
collections to be found in the south. The material is always available to
the researchers. The staff gladly assists the patrons in every way possible,
but is too small to undertake private researches. We however recom-
mend to our patrons some competent genealogist who will gladly do the
work for them at a reasonable price.
The original marriage bonds, deedsr wiHs, etc., from the various counties
are to be found in the Department of the Historical Commission.
The Land grants in the Secretary of State's Office are housed in the-
same building with the library and here are to be found the land granta
from the various counties of North Carolina^
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Asbury, Francis. Journal of the Rev. Francis Asbury, Bishop of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, from Aug. 7, 1771 to Dec. 7, 1815.
3 vols. 1821.
Banks, C. E. Topographical dictionary of 2885 English emigrants to New
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Lexington, Virginia. 1749-1888. 1888.
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General Council of the General Society Colonial Wars. First supplement
to the 1922 index of ancestors and Roll of members of the General
Society of Colonial wars. 1941. 2v. Vol. 2. Roll of Members.
Halverson, F. D., comp. County histories of the United States,- giving
present name, date formed, parent county, and county seat. n.d.
Harvard alumni directory. 1940.
Wurts, J. S. Magna Charta. 194 2.
Part 1. The Romance of the Great Charta.
Part 2. Pedigrees of. the Barons.
hf Wynn, A. E. Southern lineage records of thirteen families. 1940.
Contents: Evans, Hammock, Clement, Heard, Robinson, Fitzpatrick,
Wyatt, Foster, Grigsby, Blassigame, Gowen, Bearden & Winn families.
Adams, Arthur. Cheshire visitation pedigrees 1663. 1941.
Clay, J. W., ed. Visitation of Cambridge made in (1575). 1897.
Lancaster Parish register society. Registers.
Vol. 1 — Bury
Vol. 2 — Burnley
Vol. 3 — Whittington
Vol. 4 — Wigam
Vol. 5 — Walton on the Hill
Vol. 6 — Croston ".<!...
Vol. 7 — Whalley
.---'- Vol. 8 — St. James of Didsbury
Vol.10 — Bury No. 2 ■ .1.1//
: - - - Vol. 11 — Brindle :
Vol. 12 — Middleton
Vol. 13 — Ormskirk
Vol. 15 — Eccleston
Vol. 16 — Padiham
Vol. 17 — Colne
Vol. LS — Middleton, Pt. 2
Vol 19— Pouton-Le-Fylde
Vol. 20 — Croston, Vol. 2
Vol. 21 — Cockerham
Vol. 22 — Newchurch (Culcheth)
Vol. 23 — St. Thomas, UpHolland
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Vol. 24 — Bury, Vol. 3
Vol. 25 — Eccles
Vol. 26 — Ribchester
Vol. 27 — St. Michaels on Wyre & Woodplumton
Vol. 28 — The Priory church of Cartmel
Vol. 29 — St. Michaels Pennington in Furness & Urswick in
Vol. 30 — Aldingham in Furness & Coniston, Lancashire
Harleian society publication pt. 1, 1940 — The register of St. Lawrence
Harleian society publication — London visitation pedigrees, 1664. 1940.
McCall, Mrs. W. H., comp. Roster of Revolutionary soldiers in Georgia,
County and Town Histories
Colquitt county — Covington, W. A. History of Colquitt county. 1937.
Marbois, Barbe. History of Louisiana particularly of the cession of that
colony to the United States of America. 1830.
Seebold, Herman de Bachelle. Old Louisiana plantation homes and family
trees. Privately printed. 2 vols.
Hill, Mary Pelham. Vital records of Georgetown, Maine to the year
1892. Vol 2 — Marriages. 1941.
County and Town Histories
Wayne County. History of the town of Wayne, Kennebec County from its
settlement to 1898. 1898.
Burns, Annie Walker. Maryland genealogies and historical recorder,
Vol. 1. 1941.
Passano, Eleanor Phillips. An index of the source records of Maryland,
Genealogical, Biographical, Historical. 1940.
County and Town Histories
Prince George County. Greene, Sylvia Gorman. Marriage records of
Prince George County, Maryland, 1777 to 1836. 1941.
Sandy Springs. Farquhar, W. H. Annals of Sandy Springs or twenty
years of a rural community in Maryland. 1884. 4 vols.
Washington County. Bell, H. C. History of Leitersburg district, Wash-
ington, Md. 1898.
Wicomico County. Maryland historical records survey. Inventory of the
county and town archives of Maryland. 1940.
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County and Town Histories
Ashfield. New England Historic and Genealogical Society. Vital records
of Ashfield, Massachusetts to the year 1850. 1942.
County and Town Histories
Union and Middlesex Counties. Clayton, W. W. History of Union and
Middlesex Counties, New Jersey with biographical sketches. 18S2.
A Fries, Adelaide L. Graveyard register of Friedland Moravian Church,
Forsyth County, N. C. 1941.
-J Fowler, G. P. The house of Fowler family, a history of the Fowler
families of the south. 1940.
"*" Hickerson, T. F. Happy valley history and genealogy, [c. 1940].
H' Ivey, G. F. The Ivey family in the United States, n.d.
McKoy, Elizabeth Francenia. Inscriptions copied from stones in St.
James graveyard during March and April of 1939. n.d.
U McLean, A. W. Lumber river Scots and their descendants. 1942.
rr Michael, O. B. Yadkin college 1856-1924, a historic sketch. 1939.
H Sloo, J. R. & Pauline Herring Sloo. John Herring of New Hanover
County, N. C. and some of his descendants 1705-1941. 1941.
■^ Sondley, F. A. History qf Buncombe County, North Carolina. 1930.
'^Webb, W. J. Our Webb kin of Dixie, a family history. 1940.
Whitener, R. V. Tales of our ancestors in Catawba County, N. C. 1915.
County and Town Histories
Miami, Montgomery, Warren, and Preble Counties. Brian, L. M. Miami
valley abstracts from the counties of Miami, Montgomery, Warren,
and Preble, 1803-1850. 1940.
County and Town Histories
Erie County. Nelson, S. B. Nelson's biographical dictionary and his-
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Snyder County. Fisher, Dr. Charles A. Abstracts of Snyder County pro-
bate and orphans court records, 1772-1855. 1940.
Revill, Jane. Copy of the original index book showing the revolutionary
claims filed in South Carolina between August 20, 1783 and August
31, 1786, kept by James McCall, Auditor general, n.d.
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Smith, D. E. H. & A. S. Salley, Jr. Register of St. Phillip's parish, Charles-
town or Charleston, .S. C. 1754-1810. 1927.
County an( j Town Histories . _ ,. ,
Charleston, South Carolina. Year book 1938. 1940. : .'
Hamilton County. Armstrong, Zella. History of Hamilton County and
Chattanooga, Tennessee. Vol. 2. [c. 1940].
Rhea County. Campbell, T. J. Records of Rhea, a "condensed county
history. 1940. : :,-:•-
Woodbury and Cannon Counties. Brown, S. S. History of Woodbury and
Cannon Counties, Tennessee. 1936.
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Cherokee County. Roach, Mrs. V. R. A history of Cherokee County.
[c. 1934]. <•• - - •
Dallas County. Cochran, J. H. Dallas County, a record of its pioneers
and progress, [c. 1928].
Fayette County. Lotto, F. Fayette County, her history and her people.
San Patricio County. Martin and Martin. Early history of/ San Patricio
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