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    • START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A L.C. BRUCE JULY 12, 1994 NATALIE FOUSEKIS: I am interviewing L.C. Bruce at UNC-Chapel Hill on Thursday, July 12. Okay, here we go. L.C. BRUCE: Are we starting? NF: Yes, Mr. Bruce, why...


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    • Economic history.; Jews--North Carolina.
    • Interview with EDWARD M. BERNSTEIN November 14, 21-23, 1983 The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. By Stanley W. Black Transcribed by Amy Glass The Southern Oral History Program Copyright fcT) 1984 The University of North Carolina 1 Stanley...


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    • Peggy Van Scoyoc (PV): This is Peggy Van Scoyoc. Today is Tuesday, September 17, 2013. I am in the home of Dr. Vijaya Bapat. We are in Cary. We’re here today to learn about her life and the community out here at Carolina Preserves, and what she’s...
    • Sheet of notes for the Bank of Washington, ca. 1860

    • Farmers; Mechanics (Persons); Industry; Families; Goddesses; Commerce; Agriculture; Barrels; Scales;
    • Uncut four-note sheet of currency for the Bank of Washington in Washington, North Carolina, ca. 1860; produced by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with notes vertically aligned in denominations (top to bottom) of...
    • Six-dollar bill of credit, 1776

    • Printers' ornaments; Goats; Animals
    • One of 10,000 printed from plate likely engraved by metalsmith Gabriel Lewyn of Baltimore, Maryland; image of goat at bottom left; four signatures, all faded in lower right corner; scrollwork on top and left sides with "SIX DOLLARS" printed inside.
    • Bank of Cape Fear five-dollar note, 1858

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    • Five-dollar note initially issued by Bank of Cape Fear in 1858 and made payable at the bank's "Salem" branch; engraved and printed by Bald, Cousland and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black and dark-red inks, red textured field and...
    • Bank of Clarendon seven-dollar note, 1855

    • Goddesses; Myths; Liberty cap; Agriculture; Slavery; Ceres (Roman deity);
    • Seven-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville on August 1, 1855; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black "7" in top corners and at bottom right, "SEVEN...
    • Bank of Cape Fear four-dollar note, 1852

    • Commerce; Anchors; Sailing ships; Lighthouses; Liberty; Minerva (Roman deity);
    • Four-dollar note issued by Bank of Cape Fear 1852; engraved and printed by Toppan, Carpenter and Company of Philadelphia; black ink with large "4" in top-center portion and at bottom-left corner, a top-left vignette of maiden representing commerce...
    • North Carolina one-dollar treasury note, 1863

    • Women; Commerce; Sailing ships; Factories; Cornucopias; Crates; Barrels;
    • One-dollar 1863 treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina; printed by J. T. Paterson and Company of Augusta, Georgia; black ink with general issue location and date “Raleigh, January 1st..1863” printed in lower right, ornate “1” within...
    • Greensborough Mutual Life Insurance one-dollar note, 1856

    • Men; Women; Sewing equipment & supplies; Spinning apparatus; Sailors; Sextants; Mechanics (Persons); Smokestacks; Dogs;
    • One-dollar note, a certificate of deposit, issued to undetermined depositor (handwritten identification faded) by the Greensborough [Greensboro] Mutual Life Insurance and Trust Company, 1856; printed by Danforth, Wright and Company, New York, N.Y.;...
    • North Carolina fifty-cent treasury note, 1862

    • Sailing ships; Printers' ornaments; Flowers;
    • Fifty-cent 1862 treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina; printed by J. T. Paterson and Company of Augusta, Georgia; black ink with general issue location and date “Raleigh, Sept[ember].1st 1862” printed in lower left, “FIFTY CENTS”...
    • North Carolina two-dollar treasury note, 1863

    • Capitols;
    • Two-dollar 1863 treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina; printed by J. T. Paterson and Company of Augusta, Georgia; black ink with general issue location and date “Raleigh, January 1st..1863” printed in lower right, “2” in oblong...
    • North Carolina fifty-cent treasury note, 1863

    • Sailing ships; Printers' ornaments; Flowers
    • Fifty-cent 1863 treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina; printed by J. T. Paterson and Company of Augusta, Georgia; black ink with general issue location and date “Raleigh, JAN[uar]y 1..1863” printed in lower left, “FIFTY CENTS” running...

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