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Fri Mar 21 17:09:13 2014 UTClccn-no20010048510.00Morehead, John Motley0.651.00The analysis of industrial gases26707110John_Motley_Morehead_IIIno20010048515396084lccn-sh85087246Morehead familylccn-n82001654GustavVI AdolfKing of Sweden1882-1973lccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-n80125515Graham, Frank Porter1886-1972lccn-n79032866University of North Carolina (1793-1962)lccn-n50004216Fletcher, Inglis1879-1969lccn-nr91028208Clarke, Mary Bayard1827-1886lccn-n80050270Davidson Collegenc-meredith collegeMeredith Collegelccn-no2011122840Clarke, William J.(William John)1819-1886Morehead, John Motley1870-1965GenealogyMorehead familyMorehead, John Motley,United StatesSwedesRelationsSwedenAnniversariesWashington, George,North CarolinaGases--Analysis--Equipment and suppliesGases--AnalysisUniversity of North Carolina (1793-1962)North Carolina--Chapel HillGeorgiaVirginiaNorth Carolina--HillsboroughUniversities and colleges--Alumni and alumnaeNorth Carolina--GreensboroVirginia--BlacksburgGeorgia--WaycrossLouisianaSouth Carolina--YorkSouth Carolina--MullinsManners and customsPoe, Clarence Hamilton,Louisiana--New OrleansCollege students--Social life and customsVirginia--LexingtonWake Forest CollegeVirginia--RadfordVirginia--MartinsvilleTennesseeStudentsNorth Carolina--LexingtonAlabama--MontroseNorth Carolina--PinehurstKentuckyRoosevelt, Franklin D.--(Franklin Delano),North Carolina--Chimney RockTennessee--MemphisNorth Carolina--LumbertonNorth Carolina--TryonGraham, Frank Porter,North Carolina--Mount Mitchell (Mountain)North Carolina--BathSouth Carolina--SummervilleNorth Carolina--Elizabeth CityNorth Carolina--SmithvilleClarke, Mary Bayard,Virginia--Richmond18701965190519101921193219431954195619591964196519801999551421923.173CS71.M835ocn865638590304ocn024470917book19210.53Morehead, John MotleyThe Morehead family of North Carolina and VirginiaGenealogy62ocn020511962book19320.97GustavTwo addresses at the Washington bicentennial memorial celebration : City hall, Stockholm, Sweden, Monday, February 22nd, 1932.54ocn049472198book19051.00Morehead, John MotleyThe analysis of industrial gases11ocn244205370book19591.00Morehead, John MotleyThe remarks of John M. Morehead at the dinner for the graduating Morehead scholars, class of 195911ocn046911754book19431.00Morehead, John MotleyJames Turner Morehead, pioneer in American industry : an address by the Honorable John Motley Morehead on the occasion of the first presentation of the Morehead Medal, before the International Acetylene Association, Chicago, Illinois, October 28, 192211ocn865638590book1980Morehead, John MotleyThe Morehead family of North Carolina and VirginiaCharles Morehead (d.1702/1705), of Scottish lineage, emigrated in 1630 from London to the Isle of Kent, Virginia, and in 1645 moved to Northumberland County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina and elsewhere41ocn022773222book19540.27John M. Morehead : a biographical sketch11ocn086069050art19561.00The sundial, man's first keeper of time, a present precious possession of the university, given by John Motley Morehead11ocn025166294mix1.00Bryan, ShepardShepard Bryan papersHistoryThe papers are chiefly letters, 1909-1945, from William Watkins Davies (1868-1945) to Shepard Bryan. Beginning in 1941 there are also carbon copies of Bryan's letters to Davies. The correspondence is concerned with reminiscences of the University of North Carolina, life in Chapel Hill and Hillsborough, N.C., anecdotes from the past, and news and memories of friends; current affairs, including comments on national and international events, political figures and trends, opinions, analyses, and predictions; books being swapped and read and discussed; and personal news of family, health, gardens, birds, travel, including Davies's trip around the world in 1928-1929, and other trips. Included in the correspondence are letters dealing with Davies's efforts to get his manuscript, "Southborough," published; plans for the 50th reunion of the Class of 1891 at Chapel Hill; and many letters written during World War II about the war's progress, armchair strategy, and predictions. In addition to the letters of Davies and Bryan, there are scattered letters of: Robert W. Bingham, Arthur Lucas, Josephus Daniels, John M. Morehead, and Armand L. DeRosset. One folder contains articles and speeches by Davies11ocn703222414book19591.00North CarolinaA joint resolution providing for the election of John Motley Morehead as an honorary life-time member of the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina11ocn793386953book19641.00First North Carolina awardsBiography11ocn042910862mix1.00Wootten, Bayard MorganBayard Morgan Wootten photographic collectionPhotographsThe Bayard Morgan Wootten Photographic Collection includes over 90,000 images and other materials created by Bayard Morgan Wootten and the Wootten-Moulton studios. Formats include glass negatives, film negatives, photographic prints, lantern slides, and artwork; there are also some manuscript materials. Bayard Wootten's work, circa 1904-1954, is the focus of the collection, and there are many examples of the scenic landscape photography (much of it depicting mountains of western North Carolina) and scenes of daily life of both white and black citizens of the more rural areas of North Carolina for which she is best know. While most of the images are from North Carolina, there are also images taken in South Carolina, Virginia, and a few other southern states. Also included are images depicting members of the Wootten, Moulton, and Clarke families11ocn706094009book19651.00J. JA postscript from Chapel Hill, February, 1965Biography11ocn051276086art1999Morehead, John MotleyFri Mar 21 15:17:58 EDT 2014batch10962