Alamance County (N.C.)--History.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Alamance County, North Carolina Collection
This collection includes documents and material pertaining to Alamance County, North Carolina from 1876 to present day. The collection is arranged chronologically and then alphabetically by type of material. For more information about what is included, please refer to the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection."
Marjorie Hunter Collection
May Family Papers
The collection contains both personal and professional records related to the May family, who owned and operated textile mills in Burlington, NC during the 20th century. Papers include personal correspondence, genealogical information, family photographs, legal records (such as deeds, estate records, military and pension records, and others), and business records and ephemeral related to the May textile business (including the May Hosiery Company).
McEwen Family Collection
Reid Maynard Family Collection
This collection consists of photographs and documents related to the family of Reid Maynard (1896-1983), longtime Elon College trustee and benefactor. There are five ferrotype photographs of Maynard’s grandparents and father Walter Andrew Maynard, most likely from the 1860s. There are also three letters, two dated 1892 to Olivia Atwater, Reid Maynard’s mother, as well as a letter dated 1944 addressed to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Maynard, then living in the Town of Elon College.
Saddle Club Collection
The Saddle Club collection houses a number of papers relating to the Alamance Saddle Club that was active throughout the 1940's, 1950's, and 1960's.