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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 



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1928/30- 
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n. 9 



UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 

OF THE 



STATE LIBRARIAN 



OF 



NORTH CAROLINA 




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 



BIENNIAL REPORT 

OF THE 

State Librarian 



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. 

ADDITIONS 

Volumes 

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 

Travel 131.50 

Microfilming 825.00 



$24,672.04 
Respectfully submitted, 

CARRIE L. BROUGHTON, 

State Librarian. 



4 Biennial Report of the 

APPENDIX A 

NEWSPAPERS 

(Abbreviations: d., dally; w., weekly; s\v., semi-weekly; m., monthly: bra., bi-monthly; 

trl-w., trl-weekly.) 

Aberdeen and Vass Sandhill Citizen, w. 

Ahoskie Hertford County Herald, w. 

Albemarle Stanly News Herald, w. 

Asheboro Courier-Tribune, 

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. 



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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 



APPENDIX B 






MAGAZINES 



Agricultural History 
Agricultural Review 
American Antiquarian Society 

Proceedings 
American Antivivisection Society 
American Library Association 

Bulletin 
American Hebrew 
American Highways 
American Historical Review 
American Home 
American Legion 
American Literature 
American Magazine 
American Mercury 
Americana 
Annals of the American Academy 

of Political & Social Sciences 
Arizona Highways 
Army & Navy Journal 
Asia 

Atlanta Historical Bulletin 
Aviation 

Banker and the Financier 
Book Review Digest 
Books 

Business Week 
California 

California News Notes 
Canadian Historical Review 
Carolina Co-operator 
Carolina Journal of Pharmacy » 
Carolina Kiwanian 
Caswell News 
Catholic World 
(The) Chat 
Christian Century 
Christian Herald 
Chronicles of Oklahoma 
Commonwealth 
Congressional Digest 
Contemporary Review 
Cumulative Book Index 
Current Biography 
Current History 
Duke Alumni Register 
Duke University Bulletin 
Education 



Education For Victory • 

Employment Security News - ' • 

Evangel 

Extension Farm News 

Filson Club History Quarterly 

Florida Historical Quarterly 

Foreign Service 

Genealogical Magazine of N. J. 

Genealogy ~&~ History — 

Georgia Historical Quarterly 

Go 

Good Housekeeping 

Harper 

Health Bulletin -— 

Holland's ' 

House & Garden 

House Beautiful 

Independent Woman 

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 

Scientific Society 

Journal of Illinois Historical Society 

Journal of the History of Ideas 

Journal of National Education 

Association 
Kansas Historical Quartei'ly 
Kentucky State Historical Society 

Register ( _. 

Kiwanis Magazine 
Labor & Industry 
Library Journal 
Life 
Log 

Louisiana Historical Quarterly - 
Manufacturers Record 
Maryland Historical Magazine 
Meredith College Bulletin 
Michigan History Magazine 
Mid America 
Minnesota History 
Missouri Historical Review 
Mississippi Valley Historical Review 



State Library 



Monthly Checklist of Official 
N. C. Publications 

Monthly Labor Review 

Nation 

National Genealogical Society • 
Quarterly 

National Geographic Magazine 

National Historical Magazine D.A.R. 

New England Historical & 
Genealogical Magazine 

New Jersey Historical Society 
Proceedings 

New Republic 

New York Genealogical & / 
Biographical Record 

New York Public Library Bulletin 

New York Times Index 

News Letter - r 

News Map 
'Nineteenth Century 

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 

Bulletin 
North Carolina Public School 

Bulletin 
•North Carolina State Alumni News 
•North Carolina Wild Life 

Conservation 
Norway 
Ohio State Archaeological & 

Historical Quarterly 
Pan American 

Pan American Union Bulletin* ", 1 
.Pennsylvania Magazine " -' 
Popular Government 
.Popular Science 
Progressive Farmer 
.Public Assistance Statistics 
Public Welfare News 
Readers Digest 
Readers .Guide *■ • 

"Red- Cross Courier ■ ' 

Research Bulletin of N.E.A. . ' - 
Rotarian . ' ' *" /•- " 

Saturday Review of Literature 



School & Society ' 
Scimitar & Song 
Scientific Monthly 
Selective Service 
Sewanee Review 
Social Forces 
South Atlantic Quarterly 
South Carolina Historical & 

Genealogical .Magazine 
Southern City 

Southern Economic Journal 
Southern Folklore Quarterly 
Southern Historical Society Papers 
Southern Literary Messenger 
Southern Medicine & Surgery 
Southern Review 
Southern Tobacco Journal- 
Spain 

Specialty Salesman 
State 

State School Facts 
Studies in Philology 
Survey 

Survey-Graphic 
Tar-heel Banker 
. Tar Heel Boy 

Tennessee Historical Quarterly 
Textile Bulletin 
Textile Forum 
Time 
Travel 

Tyler's Quarterly Magazine 
Union Seminary Review 
U.D.C. Bulletin. . 
U.N.C. Library News Sheet 
U.N.C. Record. 
Uplift 
"Victory 

Virginia Magazine 
Virginia Quarterly Review 
Vital Speeches 
Wachovia 

West Virginia History 
Western Pennsylvania History 

Magazine 
White Ribbon : ... 

William & Mary-Quarterly . -. 

Wilson Bulletin V - ' 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin 
Wisconsin Magazine of History 
Yale Review 



8 Biennial Report of the 

APPENDIX C 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OP NORTH CAROLINA 
1041-1042 

Alley, F. E. Random Thoughts and Musings of a Mountaineer. 1941. 

Anderson, W. W. Kill 1 Kill 2. 1940. 

Becker, Kate Harbes. Biography of Christian Reid. [c. 1941]. 

Blythe, Legette. Alexandriana. [c. 1940]. 

Branscombe, Harvie. Teaching with Books, a Study of College Libraries. 

1940. 
Brown, Charlotte Hawkins. The Correct Thing to Do, to Say, to Wear. 

1940. 
Brown, H. R. The Sentimental Novel in America. 1789-1860. 1940. 
Burt, Mrs. Katherine Newlin. If Love I Must. 1939. 
Burt, Mrs. Katherine Newlin. No Surrender. 1940. 
Burt, Struthers. Along these Streets. 1942. 
Byrd, Wilhelmina Colby. Life of Christ. 1940. 
Carolina Sampler, an anthology of prose and poetry by Writers of the 

Carolinas. [c. 1941]. 
Carraway, Gertrude S. Carolina Crusaders — History of North Carolina 

Federation of Women's clubs. 1941. 
Carraway, Gertrude S. Crown of Life — History of Christ Church, New 

Bern, N. C. 1715-1940. 1940. 
Cash, J. W. The Mind of the South. 1941. 
Gotten, Bruce, comp. Housed on the third floor being a collection of 

North Caroliniana. 1941. 
Coleman, Elliott. An American in Augustland. [c. 1940]. 
Compton, A. H. The Human Meaning of Science. 1940. The John Calvin 

MacNair lectures. 
County Board of Education, Bakersville. Discovering Mitchell County 

1939-1940, a cooperative study made by the teachers and pupils of 

Mitchell County, n.d. 
Craven, Avery. The Coming of the Civil War. 1942. 
Crum, Mason. Gullah. 1941. 
Daly, J. F. Life of Augustus Daly. 1917. 
Daniels, Jonathan. Tar-heels. 1941. 
Daniels, Josephus. Editor in Politics. 1941. 
Dargan, Olive Tilford. From My Highest Hill — Carolina Mountain Folks. 

[c. 1925]. 
DeMond, R. O. The Loyalists in North Carolina During the Revolution. 

1940. 
Dodd, W. E. Jr. & Martha Dodd. Ambassador Dodd's Diary 1933-1938. 

[c. 1941]. 
Douglass, J. J. The Gates of Dreams. 1940. 
Douglas, Mary Peacock. Teacher-Librarian's Handbook. 1941. 
Drysdale, William. Pine Ridge Plantation or the Trials and Successes of 

a Young Cotton Planter, [c. 1901]. 
Duncan, Mrs. Eula G. Big Road Walker. 1940. 
Ellwood, C. A. The World's Need of Christ. 1940. 



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Fowler, G. P. The House of Fowler Family, a history of the Fowler 

families of the south. 1940. 
Fries, Adelaide L. Graveyard Register of Friedland Moravian Church, 

Forsyth County, N. C. 1941. 
Fuller, Edwin W. Sea-Gift, a novel. 1873. Reprint. 1940. 
Fuller, W. W. By-paths, a collection of occasional writings of Williamson 

W. Fuller. 1926. 
Garden Club of North Carolina. New Bern the Cradle of North Carolina. 

1941. 
Gibson, W. M. Aliens and the Law, some legal aspects of the national 

treatment of aliens in the United States, [c. 1940]. 
Gilbert, Katherine & Helmut Kuhn. A History of Esthetics. 1939. 
Gold, Daisy Hendley. It Was Forever, [c. 1940]. 
Green, Paul & Richard Wright. Native Son (the biography of a young 

American), [c. 19 40]. 
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 

anniversary publication of the Woman's College of the University of 

North Carolina. 1942. 
Harris, Agnes Roueche. Grandmother Dear or One Who Held a Lighted 

Torch, n.d. 
Harris, Bernice Kelly. Portulaca. 1941. 

Henderson, Archibald. The Old North State. 1941. 5 vols. 
Herring, Harriet L. Southern Industry and Regional Development. 1940. 
Hickerson, T. F. Happy Valley History and Genealogy, [c. 1940]. 
House, R. B. Miss Sue and the Sheriff. 1941. 
Hubbell, Jay B. Last Years of Henry Timrod. 1941. 
Ivey, George Franks. The Ivey Family in the United States, n.d. 
Ivey, J. B. My Memories, [c. 1940]. 

Johnson, Gerald W. Roosevelt: Dictator or Democrat, [c. 1941]. 
Johnson, G. W. Secession of the Southern States. 1933. 
Jordan, G. Ray. Look at the Stars. 1942. 
Jordan, G. Ray. Why the Cross? 1941. 
Keech, J. M. Workmen's Compensation in North Carolina 1929-1940. 

1942. 
Kelley, Mrs. Mary (Sullivan). Attic Memories. 1938. 
Kelley, Mrs. Mary (Sullivan). Alma Mater's Children. 1939. 
Kelley, Mrs. Mary (Sullivan). Senior in Wonderland. 1939. 
Kelley, Mrs. Mary (Sullivan). Southern Rosary. 1940. 
Kelley, Mrs. Mary (Sullivan). Isle of Our Dreams. 1941. 
Kelley, Paul & Baskerville, J. C. The Story of Conservation in North 

Carolina, [c. 1941]. 
Kirkland, Winifred. Are We Immortal? 1941. 
Knight, E. W. Progress and Educational Perspective. 1942. 
Lathrop, Virginia Terrell. Educate a Woman. 1942. 
Lawrence, Elizabeth. A Southern Garden. 1942. 
Lewis, Nell Battle. The Power of Prayer, n.d. 
Linebarger, P. M. A. China of Chiang K'ai Shek. 1941. 



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London, L. F. Bishop Joseph Blount Cheshire: his life and works. 1941. 
Lorimer, Frank, Ellen Winston & Louis K. Kiser. Foundations of Ameri- 
can Population Policy. 1940. 
Lovejoy, G. W. Paths to Maturity, findings of the North Carolina youth 

survey 1938-1940. 1940. 
Lucas, J. P. Jr. & Bailey T. Groome. King of Scuffletown, a Croatan 

romance, [c. 1940]. 
McLean, A. W. Lumber River Scots and Their Descendants. Contents — - 

The McLeans; The Torreys; The Purcells; The Mclntyres; The 

Gilchrists. 1942. 
McKoy, Elizabeth Francenia. Inscriptions Copied from Stones in St. 

James Graveyard During March and April of 1939. n.d. 
Mahoney, Jas. W. The Cherokee Physician or Indian Guide to Health. 

1849. 
Maxwell, Baldwin. Studies in Beamont, Fletcher and Massinger. 

[c. 1939]. 
Melton, A. G. Where is Love? and other poems. 1938. 
Michael, O. B. Yadkin College 1856-1924, a historical sketch. 1939. 
Michaux, R. R. Sketches of Life in North Carolina. 1894. 
Miller, Helen Topping. Dark Lightning. 1940. 
Minis, Edwin, Jr. The Majority of the People, [c. 1941]. 
Moore, Bertha B. Ordered Steps. 1938. 
Moore, Bertha B. Doctor Happy. 1938. 
Moore, Bertha B. Joyous Judy, [c 1938]. 

Moore, Bertha B. The Three Baers Christmas. 1938. ' 

Moore, Bertha B. The Baers Christmas. 1938. 
Moore, Bertha B. The Rock of Decision. 1939. 
Moore, Bertha B. As by Fire. 1939. 
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. 
Moore, Bertha B. Triplets Over J. O.Y. 1941. 
Moore, Bertha B. Go with Him Twain. 1941. 
Moore, Bertha B. Never Forgotten. 1940. 
Moore, H. C. Points for Emphasis 1941. n.d. 
Moore, Ida L. Like a River Flowing. 1941. 
Moore, J. L. & T. H. Wingate. Cabarrus Reborn, a historical sketch of 

the founding and development of Cannon Mills Company and 

Kannapolis. 1940. 
Morris, Jane. The Duke-Symes Family, [c. 1940]. 
Moseley, J. R. Manifest Victory, [c. 1941]. 
Murray, P. A. Jr. Fishing in the Carolinas. 1941. 

Newsome, A. R. & Lefler, H. T. The Growth of North Carolina, [c. 1940]. 
North Carolina Historical Records Survey Project. Guide to the Manu- 
script Collection in the Archives of the North Carolina Historical 

Commission. 1942. 
North Carolina Historical Records Survey Project. Division of Community 

Service Programs. Inventory of State Archives. 
North Carolina Historical Commission. 
Local Government. 



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State Board of Alcoholic Control. 

Licensing Boards. . 

Stonewall Jackson Manual Training & Industrial School. 

Utilities Commission. 

Board of Advisers of the Veterans Loan Fund. 

North Carolina Rural Electrification Authority. 

North Carolina Historical Records Survey Project. Division of Profes- 
sional and Service Projects. Inventory of Church Archives of North 
Carolina. 

Brunswick Association. 

Central Association. 

Flat River Association. 

Raleigh Association. 

Southern Baptist Convention. 

Yancey Association. 

North Carolina Historical Records Survey Project. Division of Profes- 
sional and Service Projects. 

Calendar of the Bartlett Yancey Papers in the Southern His- 
torical Collection of the University of North Carolina. 
1940. 

North Carolina Manual 19 41. 

Norton, J. S. Life of Bishop Ravenscroft. 1858. 

Parker, J. J. Democracy in Government. 1940. 

Pen and Plate Club of Asheville, N. C. 1904-1940. 

Piper, A. A. Song of the Winds, [c. 1937]. 

Poteat, E. M. These Shared His Power, [c. 1941]. 

Pridgen, Tom. Tory Oath. 1941. 

Raper, A. F. & Ira De A. Reid. Sharecroppers All. 1941. 

Ratchford, B. U. American State Debts. 1941. 

Reid, A. C. Elements of Psychology, an introduction. 1938. 

Reid, A. C. Invitation to Worship, [c. 1942]. 

Ross, James. They Don't Dance Much. 1940. 

Russell, Elbert. The History of Quakerism. 1942. 

Satterfield, Frances : Gibson. Charles Duncan Mclver, 1860-1906. 

[c. 1942]. 
Sellers, Hazel. Faith of Our Fathers, a book of sketches of old North 

Carolina churches. 1940. 
Sellers, Hazel. Old South Carolina Churches. 1941. 
Sims, Marian. City On the Hill. 1940. 
Skaggs, M. L. North Carolina Boundary Dispute Involving Her Southern 

Life. James Sprunt studies in history & political science. Vol. 25, 

No. 1. 1941. 
Smith, R. S. The Spanish Guild Merchant. 1941. 

Sondley, F. A. History of Buncombe County, North Carolina. 1930. 2v. 
Taylor, M. D. A Study of Weights in Chain and Independent Grocery 

Stores in Durham, North Carolina. Harvard Business Review, July, 

1931. 
Thomas Elizabeth Simonton. A Star Shines, [c. 1936]. pam. 
Thomas Jean. Blue Ridge Country, [c. 1942]. 
Thomas Theresa. Tall Grey Gates, [c. 1942]. 



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Turner, J. C. A Truth in a Smile, [c. 1941]. 

Waite, Minnie Curtis. Verses 1878-1934. [c. 1942]. 

Watts, George B. The Waldenses in the New World. 1941. 

Weeks, L. T. & Floyd, E. Y. Producing and Marketing Flu-cured Tobacco. 

1941. 
White, Newman Ivey. Shelley. 1940. 
Whitehead, Daisy Crump. From Me to You. 1940. 
Whitener, R. V. Tales of Our Ancestors in Catawba County, North 

Carolina. 1915. 
Wilson, Mary Badger. Cannon Brett, [c. 1942]. 
Wolfe, J. H. Jeffersonian Democracy in South Carolina. 1940. 
Wood, Charles. First the Fields, [c. 1941]. 

Work's Project Administration, North Carolina. Survey of Federal 
Archives. Inventory of Federal Archives in the State. 

Department of Agriculture. 3 vols. 

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. 

Writers Program, North Carolina. How They Began in the Story of 
North Carolina County, Town and Other Place Names. Comp. By 
Workers W.P.A. 1941. 
Writers Program of the Projects Administration in the State of North 

Carolina. Raleigh Capital of North Carolina. 1942. 
Writers Program, North Carolina. How North Carolina Grew. 1941. 
Writers Program, North Carolina. What's Doing in North Carolina. 1941. 



GENEALOGICAL MATERIAL 

IN THE 

NORTH CAROLINA 
STATE LIBRARY 



CONTINUED FROM THE BIENNIAL REPORT 

FOR 
1926-1928; 1934-1936; 1936-1938; 1938-1940 



14 Biennial Report of the 



INTRODUCTION 

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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GENERAL 

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 

England 1620-1650. # 1937. 
Bullock, J. G. B. The lineage book of the Order of Washington, n.d. 
Catalogue of the officers and alumni of Washington and Lee University, 

Lexington, Virginia. 1749-1888. 1888. 
Gaudy, Wallace. The association oath rolls of the British plantations 

NewYork, Virginia, etc.). A.D. 1696. 1922. 
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. 

ENGLAND 

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 
Furness , 

Vol. 30 — Aldingham in Furness & Coniston, Lancashire 
Harleian society publication pt. 1, 1940 — The register of St. Lawrence 

Jewry 1538-1676. 
Harleian society publication — London visitation pedigrees, 1664. 1940. 

GEORGIA 

McCall, Mrs. W. H., comp. Roster of Revolutionary soldiers in Georgia, 
[c. 1941]. 

County and Town Histories 

Colquitt county — Covington, W. A. History of Colquitt county. 1937. 

LOUISIANA 

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. 

MAINE 

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. 

MARYLAND 

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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massachusetts 

County and Town Histories 

Ashfield. New England Historic and Genealogical Society. Vital records 
of Ashfield, Massachusetts to the year 1850. 1942. 

NEW JERSEY 

County and Town Histories 

Union and Middlesex Counties. Clayton, W. W. History of Union and 
Middlesex Counties, New Jersey with biographical sketches. 18S2. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

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. 

2 vols. 
'^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. 

OHIO 
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. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

County and Town Histories 

Erie County. Nelson, S. B. Nelson's biographical dictionary and his- 
torical reference book of Erie County, Pennsylvania. 1896. 

Snyder County. Fisher, Dr. Charles A. Abstracts of Snyder County pro- 
bate and orphans court records, 1772-1855. 1940. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

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. 



18 Biennial Report of the 

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. : .' 

TENNESSEE 

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. 

' TEXAS ' ., ' „. 

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. 

1902. 
San Patricio County. Martin and Martin. Early history of/ San Patricio 



County. 1934. 



VIRGINIA 



y^ Burns, Annie Walker. Virginia genealogies and county records. ' Vol. 1-2. 

1941. 
Casey, J. J. • Personal names in Hening's statutes at large of Virginia and 

"Shepherd's continuation. 1896. 
Beckham, J. M. Genealogy of the Beckham family in Virginia and the 

branches thereof in Kentucky," Tennessee, Pennsylvania and West 

Virginia with family sketches. 1910. 
Coles, W. B. The Coles family of Virginia: its numerous connections, 

from the emigration to America to'the year 1915..- 1931. " ,i ~ I 
Dodson, E. G. The gqneral assembly -of the commonwealth of Virginia, 

1919-1939. Register including members. of the convention. '1939. 
Fothergill, A. B. Virginia tax payers, 1782-87. 1940. 
Hening's statutes at large of Virginia. Index to Personal names by J. J. 

Casey. 1896. 
Lockett family. Blankenburg, Katheriue D. C. Thomas Lockett of Vir- 
- ginia, genealogical memoir. 1940. 

County and Town Histories 

Goodwin, Mary F. The record of Bruton parish church. 19 41. 
Albemarle County. King, J. Estelle. Abstracts of wills, inventories, and 
administration accounts of Albemarle County, Virginia, 1748-1800; 
1940. 
"' -Amherst -County. King, J: Estelle. Abstract of wills, inventories' and 
- administration accounts of Albemarle County, Virginia, 1748-1800; 
Amherst County, 1761-1800. 1940. .. ' ". , : 



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Charles City County.. Fleet, Beverly. Virginia colonial abstracts, Charles 

City County Court orders 1664-1665; Fragments 1650-1696. Vols. 

12 & 13. 1942. 
Charles City County. Fleet, Beverly. Virginia colonial abstracts, Vol. 10, 
• Charles City County Court orders 1665-1658. 1941. 
Essex County. Fleet, Beverly. Virginia, colonial abstracts, Vols. 8 & 9 — 

Essex County wills and deeds, 1711-1714; 1714.-1717. 1940. 
Elizabeth City County. Chapman, Blanche. Adams.' Wills and adminis- 
trations of Elizabeth City County, Va. and other genealogical and 

historical items, 1610-1S00. 1941. '. 
Frederick County. Davis, Eliza Timberlake. Frederick County, Virginia, 

Marriages, 1771-1825.. 1.941, " ' 

Isle of Wight. Chapman, Blanche Adams. Wills and administrations of 

Isle of Wight County, Virginia, 1647-1800. 1938. Book 3. 
Loudon County. King, J. Estelle. Abstracts of wills and inventories and 

administration accounts of Loudon County, Va., 1757-1800. 1940. 
Scott County. Addington, R. M. History of Scott County, Virginia. 1932. 
Surry and Sussex Counties. Stephenson, Mary A. Old homes in Surry 

and Sussex. 1942. 
Vestry book of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia, 1706-1786. 

By Chamberlayne, C. G. 1940. 

WEST VIRGINIA 
County and Town Histories 

Jefferson County. Bushong, M. K. A history of Jefferson County, West 

Virginia. 1941. 
Wood County. Shaw. S. C. Part first, sketches of Wood County, its early 

history as embraced in and connected with other counties of W T est 

Virginia. 1878. 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

jH Albright family. Albright, Caribel. Some records of the Albright family. 
1941. 

Aspinwall family. Asp in wall, A. A. The Aspinwall genealogy, n.d. 

Barksdale family. Barksdale, J. A. Barksdale family history and 
genealogy with collateral lines. 1940. 

Bartholomew family. Bartholomew, G. W. Jr. Record of the Bartholo- 
mew family, historical, genealogical and biographical. 1S85. 

Beckham family. Beckham, J. M. Genealogy of the Beckham- 'family in 
Virginia and the branches thereof in Kentucky, Tennessee, Pennsyl- 
vania and West Virginia with family sketches. 1910. 

Bibb family. Bibb; C. W., comp. The Bibb family in America 1640-1940. 
1941. 

Brockway family. Brockway, Z. R. Fifty years of .prison service, an 
autobiography. 1912. . . 

Burch family. Burch, E. W. A Burch book comprising a general study of 
the Burch ancestry in America and a specific record of the descend- 
ants of Jonathan Burtch of the sixth generation and his good wife 
Sally Hosford. 1925. 



20 Biennial Report of the 

Cary family. Cary, S. C. John Cary the Plymouth pilgrim. 1911. 
Cary-Estes family. Webb, May Folk & P. M. Estes. Cary-Estes genealogy. 

1939. 
Coles family. Coles, W. B. The Coles family of Virginia: its numerous 

connections from the emigration to America to the year 1915. 1931. 
^ Council family. Council, Judson. Hodges Councill of Virginia and de- 
scendants. 1941. 
Cowden family. Cowden, J. B. Southern Cowdens. [c. 1933]. 
Deckard family. Deckard, P. E. Genealogy of the Deckard family. 1932. 
y\ Duke-Symnes family. Morris, Jane. The Duke-Symes family, [c. 1940]. 
Edwards family. Smith, E. Y. The descendants of William Edwards, 

colonist to Connecticut colony 1639. Vol. 1. n.d. 
\\ Fowler family. Fowler, G. P. The house of Fowler family, a history of 

the Fowler families of the south. 19 40. 
Evelyns family. Scull, G. D. The Evelyns in America compiled from 

family papers and other sources 1608-1805. 1881. 
Fitts or Fitz family. Fitts, J. H. Genealogy of the Fitts or Fitz family 

in America. 1897. 
George-Lacy families. Smith, A. W. The George-Lacy Genealogy. 1940. 
[\ Gwyn family. Hickerson, T. F. Happy valley history and genealogy. 

[c. 1940]. 
Hall family. Hall, T. J. The Hall family of West River and kindred 

families, [c. 1941]. ' 

Haynes family. Lamar, Rebecca Waitt. Genealogies of the families of 

Haynes, Alexander, Doran, Duff, Martin, McDowell, McCleary or 

McClary, Beard or Baird. n.d. 
Herman family. Little, Alia Pearl. The Herman family 1734-1939. n.d. 
Herring family. Sloo, J. R. & Pauline Herring Sloo. John Herring of 

New Hanover County, N. C. and some of his descendants 1705-1941. 

1941. 
Holloway family. Hopkins, G. E. Colonial cousins, being the history, 

genealogy, heraldry, homes and traditions of the family of Holloway 

and related families originating in the original shire of Charles 

River, now York County, Va. 1940. « 

Holtzclaw family. Holtzclaw, B. C. The genealogy of the Holtzclaw 

family 1540-1935. 1936. 
\A Ivey family. Ivey, George Franks. The Ivey family in, the United States. 

n.d. 
Jameson family. Jameson, E. O. The Jamesons in America 1647-1900. 

1901. 
Jessup family. Jessup, J. N. The Jessup family containing a history of 

the Jessup family in England and America. 1908. 
Johnston family. Johnston, W. P. The Johnston family of Salisbury with 

a brief supplement concerning the Hanock, Strother and Preston 

families 1897. 1897. 
Lake family. Lake, Devereux. A personal narrative of some branches of 

the Lake family in America with particular reference to the ante- 
cedents and descendants of Richard Lake, Georgia pioneer. 1937. 
Lehman family. Lehman, S. A. Short history of the Lehman family in 

Maryland. 1935. pam. 



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Leess family. Leese, Charles. The Lawrence Leese family history two 

centuries in America, 1741-1941. 1941. 
Lockett family. Blankenburg, Katherine D. C. Thomas Lockett of Vir- 
ginia, genealogical memoir. 1940. 
fl McLean family. McLean, A. W. Lumber river Scots and their descend- 
ants. 1942. 
Magill family. Magill, R. M. Magill family record. 1907. 
Mitchell-McGlocklin families. Smith, A. W. Mitchell-McGlocklin and 

allied families. 1940. 
Miller family. Miller, W. H. History and genealogies of the families of 

Miller, Woods, Harris, Wallace, Maupin, Oldham, Kavanaugh and 

Brown, [c. 1906]. 
O'Connor-Conner-Simmons families. Cox, Mrs. William Edward. The 

O'Connor-Conner-Simmons families. 1941. 
Roosevelt family. Schrii'tgiesser, Karl. The amazing Roosevelt family 

1613-1942. [c. 1942]. 
Rust family. Rust, E. M., comp. Rust of Virginia, genealogical and 

biographical sketches of the descendants of William Rust, 1654-1940. 

1940. 
Selden family. Selden, Edna Mae. Selden and kindred of Virginia, n.d. 
Shackelford family. Shackelford, E. M. George Shackelford and Annette 

Jeter and their descendants. 1941. 
Scholl family. Scholl, J. W. Scholl-Sholl-Shull genealogy, the colonial 

branches, [c. 1930]. 
Smith-Jarratt families. Smith, A. W. The Smith-Jarratt genealogy. 1941. 
Stephens family. Stephens, D. V., ed. Stephens family genealogies, 

Peter-Joshua-William-Alexander. 1690-1938. 1940. 
Sutton family. Sutton, T. D. The Suttons of Carolina County, Virginia. 

1941. 
pf Webb family. Webb, W. J. Our Webb kin of Dixie, a family history. 

1940. 
U'Wilmot family. Wilmeth, J. L. Wilmot-Wilmoth-Wilmeth family. 1940. 
r,\ Wynn, A. E. Southern lineages records of thirteen families. 1940. 

Contents — Evans, Hammock, Clement, Heard, Robinson, Fitzpatrick, 

Wyatt, Foster, Grigsby, Blassigame, Gowen, Bearden, & Winn 

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