MS106
Wallace C. Murchison
North Carolina Fund
and Related Information from the 1950s - 1970s
Publication and Sources, 1950-1972

The North Carolina fund is a non profit corporation established in North Carolina to lead an all out assault on poverty in the state, with emphasis on better educational opportunities.  The manuscript includes annual reports, grant proposals, correspondence, progress reports related to the non-profit fund.  This is related to the Kirton Collection, Eaton Collection, and Dallas Herring Papers.  One box is on the Diocese of Eastern North Carolina.

Wallace C. Murchison
Biographical Sketch and Description

Wallace C. Murchison of Wilmington, North Carolina began practicing law in the 1940s and married during the same time.  In June of 1963, Governor Sanford establishes The North Carolina Fund, a non-profit, charitable corporation.  The Corporation was created to study problems associated with improving education and economic opportunities for North Carolinians.  The public's general welfare was in mind while the Fund recommended grants for research within the state which would seek solutions to problems while using public and philanthropic funds.  The North Carolina Fund focused on a solution to poverty and a dependency, while recommending which organizational and financial changes  in governmental and community services would be required.  Mr. Murchison was a member of this corporation and served from 1963 - 1971

Mr. Murchison assisted the Diocese of Eastern Carolina, where he served as Director of the Finance Department.  He also was involved with Senator Alton Lennon's campaign each election steering a committee to register voters for Senator Lennon.  Other government  official, including Governor Sanford, received his attention also.
The Manuscript includes correspondence between Mr. Murchison and delegates, along with New Hanover County polling sites.

The Murchison Manuscript contains publications, correspondence, and newspaper clippings associated with the North Carolina Fund.  Along with these are publications and correspondence regarding the Diocese of Eastern Carolina, including Wills and financial documents of the Diocese.  The Collection includes publications on housing from the government and private companies.  Mr. Murchison's home floor plans, along with housing advertisements and handwritten specifications for additions are among the Manuscript papers.  Also, business and private taxes, bank deposit receipts and IRS forms and publications. Mr. Murchison lives in Wilmington, where he is now retired.  His son, Michael Murchison, has replaced his father in the law practice.

This Collection has been designated Accession Number 106 of the Manuscripts Collection, Special Collections Department, William Madison Randall Library, University of North Carolina Wilmington, 601 South College Road, Wilmington, North Carolina 28403-3297.

There are no access restrictions on the use of this collection

Processed by Melissa L. Blake
Manuscripts Collection
William Madison Randall Library
The University of North Carolina Wilmington
27 April, 1998  

Inventory
Manuscript/Box/File

106/1/1

Department of Community Organization,
The North Carolina Fund. An essay, 4 pages.
Application for Community Action Program, 1page.
Application for Community Action Program, 2 blank copies.
Background paper on Operations of a Community Action Agency, 10 pp.
Outline of Proposed Fund Policy for Assistance to Community Action Programs, 1967-68, 6 pages.
Outline for Background Paper on Operations of a Community Action Agency,
Guidelines for Review of a Community Action Agency (draft), June 22, 1966
News from the North Carolina Fund,
June 9, 1967.
Statement of George H. Esser, Jr., June 9, 1967, 13 pp.
Guide To Community Action Program Grants; draft for discussion only, November, 1964

106/1/2
North Carolina Fund Purpose
North Carolina Fund By-Laws
North Carolina Fund Chain of Command
North Carolina Fund Eligibility of Applicants
Key Programs of the North Carolina Fund, The North Carolina Fund, 6 pages.
Impact Outside North Carolina, The North Carolina Fund, 3 pages.
Most Frequently Asked Questions-And Suggested Answers, John E. Murray, Community Education Specialist with the North Carolina Fund, 5 pages.
Political Activity and the North Carolina Fund, 2 pages.

106/1/3
Biographical Sketches of North Carolina Fund Members: George B. Autry, Executive Director, George H. Esser, Jr., William H. Koch, Jr., William A. Darity,
John Hadley Strange, Howard Fuller.

106/1/4
Directory of Wilmington Civic Organizations
1965 North Carolina Volunteer list.
Low Income Housing Development Corporation, North Carolina

106/1/5
North Carolina Fund Ballots
Executive Committee, Voter Education Project, 1965 Ford, HUD Grant, Macon Program, Low Income Housing Development Corporation, 

106/1/6
North Carolina Fund Resolutions
Madison-Buncombe Counties, Ratifying mailing ballots, Board meetings, Empowering Community Action Agency and Other Grantee Agency Boards, Opinion Poll, Charlotte Planning Grant Fund, Unused Grant Funds, Ratification of contracts made in behalf of North Carolina manpower development Corporation, Funding for Urban Program, and several other miscellaneous resolutions.   
North Carolina Fund Contract.

106/1/7
Contract of Incorporation for the North Carolina Fund

106/1/8
North Carolina Administrative Manual

106/1/9
Standards an Procedures For Evaluation of A Community Action Agency, August, 1966

106/2/1
North Carolina Incomplete Member Lists

106/2/2
Index of 22 miscellaneous exhibits, July, 1965

106/2/3
Exhibits A - H, 1965

106/2/4
Miscellaneous Bulletins 1 - 5

106/2/5
Minutes from November 26, 1963 - October 30, 1964, of North Carolina Fund

106/2/6
Minutes from February 16, - December 9 - 10, 1965

106/3/1
Miscellaneous papers consisting of Resumes, Index to Exhibits, and Exhibits, September 16 - 17, 1965

106/3/2
Index to Exhibits, April 15, 1965

106//4/1
The North Carolina Fund Minutes from both Board of Directors and Executive Committee meetings, April through November, 1966

106/4/2
Minutes from both Board of Directors and Executive Committee meetings, March 23 - October 27, 1967

106/4/3
Minutes from January 5, 1968 - September 11, 1969

106/4/4
Agendas, 1963 - 1964

106/4/5
Agendas, 1966-67

106/4/6
Agendas, 1968

106/4/7
Miscellaneous North Carolina Fund information: essays ranging from narratives to third party recommendations.

106/4/8
Miscellaneous memos 1966

106/4/9
Memoranda to Executive Committee noting attached proposal M.I.T.C.E.

106/4/10
Memorandum to Board of Directors, May,1967, referencing Reflections on Past and Future of North Carolina Fund

106/5/1
1963 Memoranda
Miscellaneous North Carolina Fund Memoranda

106/5/2
Miscellaneous North Carolina Fun Memoranda, 1964

106/5/3
1965 Memoranda

106/5/4
1966 Memoranda

106/5/5
1966 Memoranda

106/5/6
1967 Memoranda

106/5/7
1967 Memoranda

106/5/8
1967 Memoranda

106/5/9
1967 Memoranda

106/5/10
Confidential Memoranda to Mitchell Sviridoff from George Esser, February 24, 1968

106/5/11
Appendix I Schedule of Foundation and Federal Funds

106/5/12
Purposes And Procedures For Evaluation
Standards For Community Action Agency
Community Action Agency Evaluation Outline, 1966

106/6/1
Miscellaneous North Carolina Fund Memoranda, January 20 - February 24, 1969

106/6/2
September - November, 1968

106/6/3
May - September, 1968 Memoranda

106/6/4
Miscellaneous Memoranda , September 4, 1968, others undated

106/6/5
 Memoranda/letters, February 1971 - Minutes December, 1971

106/6/6
January 9, 1970  - February, 1971 Memoranda and other written notices

106/6/7
February - December 12, 1969 Memoranda

106/6/8
February 28, 1969 Memoranda

106/6/9
January 24 - March 11, 1969 Memoranda

106/6/10
January 6 - February 24, 1968 Memoranda

106/6/11
February - March, 1968 Memoranda

106/6/12
April -  May, 1968 Memorandum

106/7/1
Status Report - North Carolina Manpower Development Corporation, May 1, 1968
Monograph Number 6: Manpower Improvement Through Community Effort

106/7/2
Monographs 4 and 7, Monograph No. 6: Manpower Improvement Through Community Effort

106/7/3
Progress Report July - September 1, 1965

106/7/4
Progress Report No. 7, February 1 - March 31, 1966

106/7/5
Progress Report No. 8, April 1 - May 31, 1966

106/7/6
Progress Report No. 5, October 1 - November 31, 1965

106/7/7
Progress Report No.1, September, 1966

106/7/8
Progress Report No. 2, October - November, 1966

106/7/9
Progress Report No. 6, December 1 - January 31, 1966

106/7/10
Progress Report No. 4, February - March, 1967

106/7/11
Progress Report No. 5, April - May, 1967

106/8/1
Applications and requests for Grants to Carolina Fund, 1961 - 1965

106/8/2
Request for Grants, various organizations, 1965

106/8/3
Police Community Service Unit Proposal, 1966

106/8/4
Requests for Grants, 1965 - 1967

106/8/5
Requests for Grants, 1965-

106/8/6
Request for Grant, 1967 - 68

106/8/7
Requests for Grants, various, 1965 - 1966

106/8/8
Requests for Grants, 1966

106/8/9
Requests for Grants, various, 1967

106/8/10
Charlotte area Fund, 1966

106/8/11
Experiment in Self Reliance Grant request, 1965

106/8/12
North Carolina Fund, 1966 -69

106/8/13
Request for Grant, 1966 - 1967
Memorandum to Board of Directors, 1966

106/9/1
Requests for Grants, 1961 - 1967
North Carolina Fund, Grants made by problem areas
Application for A Ford Foundation Grant, United Fund and Community Council of New Hanover County.  17 July, 1961
An Assault on Poverty, 27 January 1964
Recommended Organizational and Administrative Grants for Eleven Approved Comprehensive Community Projects, October 30, 1964
Analysis if Local Matching in Relation to Grants Requested,
Request for Craven Operation Progress, Inc. $39336
Request for Commission on Self Reliance (Forsyth)
Request for Charlotte Area Fund
Request for Macon County, $9950
Request for Nash Edgecombe Economic Development, Inc., $40,000
Request for Operation Breakthrough, $38961
Request for WAMY Action, Inc., $35900
Request for Buncombe County, $14515
Request for Winston-Salem Police Dept. $148558
Request for Opportunity Corporation, $1750
Request for North Carolina State Board of Public Welfare, $13600
Request for Opportunity Corporation, $1500
Request for WAMY Community Action Inc., $38875
Request for Experiment in Self Reliance, Inc. $12954.85
Request for Experiment in Self Reliance, $32237
Request for Nash-Edgcombe Economic Development, $32000
Request for Salisbury-Rowan Community Service Council, Inc. $30000
Request for Tri-County Community Action, Inc. $30952.05
Request for Choanoke Area Development Association, $40205
Request for Charlotte Area Fund
Request for Charlotte Areas Fund,, $12537.67
Request for Nash-Edgecomb Economic Development, $32000
Request for Charlotte Area Fund, $27972
Request for Choanoke Areas Development Assoc., $34000
Request for Experiment in Self-Reliance, $28000
Request for The Opportunity Corporation, $28000
Request for Tri-County Community Action, $32000
Request for Macon Program for Progress, $34000
Request for Salisbury-Rowan Community Service Council, $30000
Request for Macon program for Progress, Inc., $16665
Request for Tri-County Action, Inc. $16103
Request for North Carolina Fund, $38169
Request for Community Support, $1500
Request for Macon Program for Progress, $10020
Request for United Organization for Community Improvement, $78220
Request for Craven Operation Progress, Inc. $32000
Request for Salisbury-Rowan Community Services Council, Inc. $6927
Request for North Carolina State Board of Health, $3156
Request for Nash Edgecombe Economic Development, Inc. $2290
Request for Operation Breakthrough, Inc. $19791
Request for Institute of Government, $2811.43
Request for Southern Appalachian Studies, $2000
Request for North Carolina State Board of Health, $3156
Request for Youth Educational Services, $2828
Request for Planning Committee for North Carolina Laboratory on Community Leadership, $8850
Request for Operation Breakthrough, $8022
Request for Internal Proposal, North Carolina Fund, unspecified amount
Request for Experiment in Self-Reliance, Inc., $11645
Request for Operation Breakthrough, $28000
Request for Reserve for Community Action Technician Scholarships, $9000
Request for Charlotte Area Fund, $12603.68
Request for Opportunity Corporation, $8434
Request for WAMY Community Action, Inc. $25000
Request for Operation Breakthrough, Inc. $2844498
Request for WAMY Community Action, Inc.

106/10/1
Request for Grants: Economic Development Corporation
Foundation for Community Development
Opportunity Corporation
Experiment of Self Reliance

106/10/2
Grant Requests to North Carolina Fund, November 22, 1968
Low Income Housing Development Corporation

Requests for Grants, 19968 - 1970
Request for:
Youth Educational Services
Foundation for Community Development
Foundation for Community Development, unspecified
Greensboro Chamber of Commerce
North Carolina Voter Education Project
North Carolina Rural Fund for Development
North Carolina Manpower Development Corporation
Charlotte Area Fund
Nash-Edgecombe Economic Development
WAMY Community Action Coastal Progress, Inc.
Choanoke Area Development Association
Operation Breakthrough
Low Income Housing Development Corporation
Coastal Progress, Inc.
Salisbury-Rowan Community Service Council
Charlotte Area Fund
Choanoke Area Development Association
United Organizations for Community Improvement
Charlotte Are Fund
North Carolina Rural Fund for Development
Economic Development Corporation
Foundation for Community Development
The Opportunity Corporation
Tri-County Community Action
A Proposal to The Ford Foundation From The North Carolina Fund, 12 August, 1963.  2 copies
Proposal for a Labor Mobility Demonstration Project in North Carolina, 1 August 1967- July 31 1968A
Manpower Policy

106/11/1
New Hanover County Community Proposal to The North Carolina Fund, (2 copies)

106/11/2
Operation Breakthrough, Community Action Program, December 7, 1964

106/11/3
Correspondence referencing Community Action Program, 1964

106/11/4
Community Action Programs, including Guidelines For Program Development
Preliminary Guide For Community Action Program Proposals, Economic Opportunity Act of 1964
Community Development Scholarships for Summer Internship and Curriculum Laboratory
from Office of Economic Opportunity
Proposal To The Office of Economic Opportunity For Experimental One-Year- Post Graduate Training, 1967 (2 copies)

106/11/5
Proposal for a Manpower Development Corporation in the State of North Carolina, sections 1-7

106/11/6
Proposal for a Manpower Development Corporation in the State of North Carolina, sections 1-7 (copy 2)

106/11/7
A New School-K-4, and a Modest Proposal,
Leonard J. Dahl, M.D
A New School and a Modest Proposal

106/11/8
Poverty and Housing Proposals
Miscellaneous proposals to the North Carolina Fund

106/11/9
A Proposal To The Ford Foundation From The North Carolina Fund, 12 August, 1963

106/11/10
Copy 2 of Proposal to Ford Foundation, 12 August, 1963

106/11/11
Proposal for a Labor Demonstration in North Carolina (August 1, 1967 - July 31, 1968)

106/12/1
Poverty Publications
The Social Power of the Negro, April 1967. Scientific America.
A Negro Psychiatrist Explains the Negro Psyche, 20 August 1967.
Harper's Magazine, September 1967.  

106/12/2
Rural Poor
The Hungry World of Teresa Pilgrim, 26 December 1967. William Hedgepeth.
The people Left Behind, President's National Advisory Commission. 

106/12/3
Urban Poor
Miscellaneous Printed Materials 

106/12/4
War on Poverty Essays
Is This Poverty War Different?  April 1966. Sar A. Levitan. 

106/12/5
LINC Quarterly 1966-1967
Miscellaneous editions of LINC Quarterly

106/12/6
Published Pamphlets on Poverty
Miscellaneous printed materials 

106/12/7
Photocopied Newspaper Clippings
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings 

106/12/8
General Statement
Miscellaneous printed materials.

106/12/9
Newspaper clippings
Pertaining to The North Carolina Fund 

106/12/10
Reprints on social issues: American Negro
Community Action Agency Standards: Fall, 1966 Review

106/12/11
Children of Cardozo...Tell It Like It Is
Popular Government
, published by Institute of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1964
American Bar News,July 15, 1965
Planning For Progress: "The Challenge of Urbanization in North Carolina"
Planning For Progress: "North Carolina's Economy"

106/12/12
Your Turn To Speak Out!.  Conference on Poverty
Community Development, June 1966
Reprint of article in Business Week, 1966
JUSTICE, Legal Services, 1966 Office of Economic Opportunity
GUIDELINES, Office of Economic Opportunity, nd.

106/12/13
People and Places, The Changing Scene in North Carolina

Books: Hunger USA
Public Welfare, Volunteers, and the War on Poverty

106/13/1
Printed Materials
Blueprint for Opportunity, August 1967. Manpower Development Corporation.
The State We're In. The North Carolina Fund, 2 copies.
The LINC Quarterly, Spring 1968. Learning Institute of North Carolina.
Supplement, North Carolina Fund. 

106/13/2
Printed Materials (continued)
Miscellaneous printed materials 

106/13/3
Printed Materials (continued)
Miscellaneous Blueprint for Opportunity issues, and other printed materials. 

106/13/4
North Carolina Volunteer and news from North Carolina Fund
Miscellaneous printed materials 

106/13/5
Newspaper clippings and personal memos
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings and handwritten outlines on a speech. 

106/13/6
News Releases
Miscellaneous news releases regarding the North Carolina Fund. 

106/13/7
Television Statements by the North Carolina Fund
Miscellaneous television statements by the North Carolina Fund. 

106/13/8
Statements by North Carolina Fund Representatives
Miscellaneous television statements by the North Carolina Fund Representatives. 

106/13/9
Statements by North Carolina Fund Representatives (continued)
Miscellaneous television statements by the North Carolina Fund Representatives. 

106/13/10
Statements by North Carolina Fund Representatives
Miscellaneous television statements by the North Carolina Fund Representatives. 

106/14/1
1963
Miscellaneous correspondence from 1963. 

106/14/2
Miscellaneous correspondence from 1964 

106/14/3
Miscellaneous correspondence from February 15-June 7, 1965. 

106/14/4
Miscellaneous correspondence from June 7-August 2 1965. 

106/14/5
1965 (continued)
Miscellaneous correspondence from August 10-October 11, 1965. 

106/14/6
1965 (continued)
Miscellaneous correspondence from October 11-November 8, 1965.

106/14/7
 Miscellaneous correspondence from, 1966. 

 106/14/8
Miscellaneous correspondence from January 5-July 12, 1967. 

106/14/9
Miscellaneous correspondence from July 14-July 25, 1967. 

106/14/10
Miscellaneous correspondence from August 1-December 21, 1967. 

106/14/11
Miscellaneous correspondence from January 17-May 1, 1968. 

106/15/1
Miscellaneous correspondence from May 3-October 7, 1968.

106/15/2
Miscellaneous correspondence from February 26-November 29, 1969.


106/15/3
Miscellaneous correspondence from January-March 1971. 

106/15/4
Miscellaneous correspondence from April-July, 1971. 

106/15/5
Miscellaneous correspondence from August-December, 1971. 

106/15/6
Miscellaneous information on Wallace C. Murchison's personal court case, 1972

106/15/7
Newton Court Case and Proceedings.  Miscellaneous correspondence, 1972

106/16/1
Progress Report Of The North Carolina Comprehensive School Improvement Project, 1964-1965 School Year
An Interim Progress Report On The Comprehensive School Improvement Project, December, 1965

106/16/2
Final Report on Youth Educational Services, 1967
North Carolina Summer Readiness Program, September, 1964

106/16/3
North Carolina Board of Higher Education, Biennial Report, 1965-1967

106/16/4
Terminal Report: A Project For Training, Development, And Research In Basic Education For Adults

106/17/1
Audit Reports The North Carolina Fund, Incorporated, 1964 - 1966

106/17/2
Audit Reports, The North Carolina Fund, Incorporated, 1967-1968

106/17/3
Audit Reports, The North Carolina Fund, Incorporated, 1969-1970

106/17/4
Proposed Budget For Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1967

106/17/5
Economic Publications

106/17/6
Miscellaneous Budget Proposals from the North Carolina Fund. 

106/17/7
Receipts and Vouchers for the North Carolina Fund,
Personal Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts and Vouchers Relating to the North Carolina Fund for Mr. Murchison. 

 106/17/8
Balance Sheets for North Carolina Fund, 1964-1967. 

106/17/9
Balance Sheets for North Carolina Fund, 1967-1970. 

106/18/1
The Negro and the Poor in America:
Events At Orangeburg, Introduction
"The People Left Behind", The Charlotte Observer
Developing Human Resources for Human Growth, "
People, Jobs and Economic Growth"

106/18/2
The Negro and the poor in America, 1968:
Events at Orangeburg, 1968
Business and The Urban Crisis
Public Assistance: To What End?
, 1967
"A Financial Writer Looks at the Present Welfare System and Alternatives", by Sylvia Porter, 1968
Report Of The National Advisory Commission On Civil Disorders, Summary  of Report

106/18/3
Progress Report on The Fund's Research and Evaluation, February, 1966 (a paper)

106/18/4
Report On An Analysis of Community Development in some Selected Communities In North Carolina, August 11 - September 1, 1968

106/18/5
North Carolina Non - White Population, 1960, by Counties
North Carolina Food Price Survey, Statistical Appendix.  2 copies

106/18/6
Advance Copy Food Prices In North Carolina, A Survey

106/18/7
The North Carolina Fund's Survey Of Low-Income Families In North Carolina, 1966: Background And Design
North Carolina Socio-Economic Survey.  Research Triangle Institute.

106/18/8
Report Of The Advisory Council On Public Welfare, June, 1966

106/18/9
Whither The Community Action Program?, July, 1966

106/18/10
LIFE  Educational Reprint 50, "The Cycle of Despair"
Saturday Review, "The Meaning Of Political Murder". 1968

106/18/11
Law and Poverty, 1965

106/19/1
Population and Economic Report, Wilmington, North Carolina

106/19/2
"The Better War II", a long journey. Selected news articles from various newspapers, 1966

106/19/3
Annual Report on Operation Breakthrough.
How North Carolina Whites and Blacks View.....  a summary report.

106/19/4
The condition of small farms and small farm workers, 1967

106/20/1
H.R. 11377, A BILL " to mobilize the human financial resources of the Nation to combat poverty in the United States."
Community Action Program Guide, Volume 1- Instructions for Applicants, February 1965. Office of Economic Opportunity.

106/20/2
Statistics on Poor Miscellaneous Statistics

106/20/3
A Survey Of Opinion In North Carolina Regarding Racial Problems And Progress.  June, 1968

106/20/4
Some Suggestions For Programs To Be Included In Community Action Programs, August, 1964
Some Proposals for Government Policy in an Automating Society

106/20/5
North Carolina Needs and Development
Miscellaneous printed materials on North Carolina needs and long term planning for economic development. 

106/20/6
Program Guide,  Abstracts of selected programs throughout United States in areas of Education, Employment, and other factors relating to Poverty..
Wilmington Reports

106/21/1
Wilmington, NC, City Blocks. U.S. Department of Commerce.
Block Map of Wilmington, North Carolina 

106/21/2
Report On North Carolina Volunteers Summer Program, 1964

106/21/3
The North Carolina Economy In The Year 2000, February, 1967
The Carolina Financial Times, March 18, 1968

106/22 - Reports

North Carolina Fund Annual Report, 1963-1964. North Carolina Fund.
Preliminary Draft, part IV, Annual Report, 1964-1965.
North Carolina Fund Annual Report, 1965. North Carolina Fund
The North Carolina Fund Annual Review, 1966, Advance materials. North Carolina Fund.
The Ford Foundation Review Report, January 1967. North Carolina Fund.
Progress Report To the Board of Directors, 22-23 March, 1967.
Proposed Budget for the Fiscal Year ending, 30 September 1968. North Carolina Fund. 

106/23/1
Miscellaneous printed material for North Carolina Fund

106/23/2
Final Report to Board of Directors of North Carolina Fund, 1968

106/23/3
Report, Granville-Pitt County Good Neighbor Committee To The North Carolina Fund, January, 1964

106/23/4
Selected Readings In Law And Poverty; prepared by Gary Bellow

106/23/5
Progress Report North Carolina Fund, 1964
Final Report to Board of directors of North Carolina Fund
Final Report to the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Fund, December 1968. 

106/23/6
Progress Report from Eleven Community Projects, February 1, 1965
Departmental Progress Reports, April 20, 1966
Progress Report to the Board of Directors, July 26, 1966

106/23/7
Review Team Report On WAMY Community Action, Inc. Boone, North Carolina

106/23 Not in files:
Community Action In North Carolina, Part I.  An Overview of Projects.  1964-1967
Annual Report of North Carolina Fund, Parts I - III.  1966 - 1967
Annual Report of North Carolina Fund, Part IV, 1966 - 1967

106/24/1
Ratings of 21 Top Proposals
Summaries and Staff Evaluations of Proposals from North Carolina Counties. Most in alphabetical order:
Avery, Mitchell, Watauga and Yancey Counties.
Bladen
Buncombe

106/24/2
Summaries and Staff Evaluations of North Carolina Counties:
Carteret
Caswell
Cleveland - Craven - Cumberland and Hoke

102/24/3
Summaries and Evaluations of North Carolina Counties:
Durham
Forsyth
Guilford, including High Point
Choanoke Area - Macon County

106/24/4
Summaries and Evaluations of North Carolina Counties:
Mecklenburg
Nash - Edgecombe
New Hanover, Pitt, Richmond - Robeson - Scotland (3 together)

106/24/5
Summaries and Evaluations of North Carolina Counties:
Rowan
Warren
Wayne, Greene and Duplin

106/24/6
Beaufort County Summary.  Letter from Mayor, 1964
Plan For Development several issues
Summary Carteret County
Application from Carteret County Committee.

106/24/7
"Project High Hope"
Cherokee, Clay, Graham and Swain Counties

106/24/8
Person County Proposal and Summary
Surry County Summary, application, Preamble
Wilson County Summary
Memorandum: Adult Education Program

106/24/9
Franklin County Summary
Harnett, Lenoir, and Macon Counties Summary
North Carolina Fund Application and Summary for Pasquotank County.

106/25/1
Ashe County Summary, problems and plans

106/25/2
Bladen County Proposal and information

106/25/3
Anson County Summary and statistics.

106/25/4
Caswell County information.

106/25/5
Charlotte - Mecklenburg Area information.

106/25/6
Choanoke area Proposal; includes Halifax, Hertford, Bertie, Northampton, and Gates Counties

106/25/7
Craven County Project Proposals

106/25/8
A Proposal: Causes and Effects of Poverty in Avery, Mitchell, Watauga, and Yancey Counties, 1964

106/25/9
Buncombe County Summary

106/25/10
Proposal from Alamance County, 1964

106/25/11
Project High Hope: proposal for breaking cycle of poverty in Cherokee, Clay, Graham, and Swain Counties.

106/25/12
Cleveland Co. Association Of Governmental Officials
Cumberland County Attack on Poverty
, January, 1964

106/25/13
Columbus County

106/25/14
Proposal on behalf of Duplin, Greene, Wayne Counties, January, 1964

106/26/1
Forsyth County Summary and information

106/26/2
Gaston County

106/26/3
Guilford County

106/26/4
Macon County

106/26/5
Onslow County

106/26/6
Rockingham County

106/26/7
Stanley County

106/26/8
Union County

106/26/9
Warren County

106/26/10
Durham County: Operation Breakthrough, January, 1964

106/26/11
Proposals For Progress.   Durham County

106/26/12
Orange and Chatham Counties

106/26/13
Polk County

106/26/14
Joint Proposal: Richmond, Robeson, Scotland Counties.

106/27/1
New Hanover County Summary, 1963

106/27/2
Wake County Proposal For Community Action, 1964

106/27/3
High Point Experimental Project

106/27/4
Lee County Proposal, February, 1964

106/27/5
Operation Bootstrap, Yadkin County Planning Board, 1964

106/27/6
Montgomery County Summary and Proposal, nd.

106/27/7
Montgomery County North Carolina; Geared For Progress.

106/27/8
Proposal from Nash - Edgecombe, 1964

106/27/9
The Dimensions of Poverty in North Carolina, 1963

106/27/10
The Dimensions of Poverty in North Carolina, Monograph No. 1, June 1964, by Michael P. Brooks

106/27/11
The War On Poverty.  The Economic Opportunity Act Of 1964

106/28/1
Black and White Americans
Black Power and Black Pride, 1967. TIME magazine.
White Pieties and Black Reality, Robert Coles, M.D.
Americans View the Future, Harris Survey: Populace Skeptical. Louis Harris, the Washington Post.
The Negro in America, What Must Be Done, 20 November 1967, Newsweek. 

106/28/2
Biracial Committee Correspondence
Miscellaneous printed letters from the Biracial Committee. 

106/28/3
Biracial Committee Correspondence (cont.)
Miscellaneous printed letters from the Biracial Committee. 

106/28/4
Biracial Committee Purpose, Reports, and Press Releases
Miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/28/5
Biracial Committee Resolutions
Proposed newspaper advertisements, resolutions, and miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/28/6
Biracial Committee Newspaper Clippings
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings regarding racism and the biracial committee.

106/28/7
Miscellaneous printed materials and notes on the Biracial Committee
Miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/28/8
Good Neighbor Council's Miscellaneous Notes
Posted letters and miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/28/9
Good Neighbor News Releases, Articles, and Printed Materials
Citizens' Council for Social Segregation pamphlet of membership, 9 November 1964.
Governor's Conference on Community Relations, 21 February, 1968.
Miscellaneous Human Relations printed materials.
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings.

106/28/10
Good Neighbor Correspondence
Miscellaneous printed materials and letters. 

106/28/11
Memos- Good Neighbor Committee 1964-1967
Miscellaneous letters from Good Neighbor Committee. 

106/28/12
Bulletins from Good Neighbor Committee, 1964-1968
Member list
Officer Reports
Miscellaneous Bulletins 

106/28/13
Economic and Educational Status, May 1994.
Lists of Race and the inequality of their salaries. 

106/28/14
Statement by Governor Dan Moore, 16 July 1965. 

106/28/15
The Dimensions Of Poverty In North Carolina, 1963. Preliminary draft

106/28/16
The Dimensions Of Poverty In North Carolina.  Final.

106/29/1
Reports And Speeches of the Fourth Meeting North Carolina Good Neighbor Council.  April 28, 1964

106/29/2
Sample  article Not For Publication or Release.  Confidential, Part I -- Black - White Attitudes, no date.
Not For Release: N.C. Fund Survey Part II, no date.

106/29/3
For Release To AM's Sunday, September 15, 1968.  Sidebar to Accompany Part I (Black - White Attitudes)

106/29/4
2nd copy of Release Part I (Black - White Attitudes)

106/29/5
Special issue Fortune magazine, January, 1968

106/30/1
Miscellaneous Handouts-Democratic Registration Committee
Why to be a Democrat pamphlet, 1.
Voter Registration, a booklet on conducting Registration Drives,3
Democratic Precinct Handbook, official manual, 1.
Democrats, propaganda, 3.
Election and Registration Information, data, 2. 

106/30/2
Letters, Voter Registration
Letter to Mrs. Moyer Martin from Eunice Ayers
Letter to Mr. John Jenkins from H. Milton Short, Jr.
Letter to Mrs. Trixie Smith from Mrs. Earl L. Teague 

106/30/3
Registration Committee
Letter to all County Democratic Registration Committees from John Jenkins, state chairman
Letter to Wallace Murchison from Bert L. Bennett

106/30/4
Public Education Research Paper
Problems Associated with the purpose of Public Education, an opinion paper predicated upon student interviews, Jerome Jones, September 1972. 

106/30/5
Correspondence- Education Committee
Miscellaneous letters 

106/30/6
Education Committee Announcements
Newspaper clipping of Wallace Murchison.
Miscellaneous announcements. 

 106/30/7
Preliminary Survey and Request To Establish A Community College For Columbus County

106/30/8
Comprehensive School Improvement Project, 1964

106/30/9
Comprehensive School Improvement Project, Programs, Policies and Procedures, 4 June 1964. 
Preliminary Report to Board of Directors, May, 1967

106/30/10
School Improvement Project, 6 May 1965
Comprehensive School Improvement Project, 6 May 1965. North Carolina State Board of Education. 

106/30/11
School Improvement Project
The North Carolina Comprehensive School Improvement Project Two Years with the Pre-School Readiness Programs, Kanawha Z. Chavis and Frank C. Emmerling. 

106/30/12
Head Start, 18 May 1965

106/31/1
Winston-Salem police Department, Community services Unit: First Report and Preliminary Evaluation, July 1967. 

106/31/2
Handwritten memos, Data on Top Proposals (34 counties)
Business correspondence various years

106/31/3
Correspondence, notes, Balance Sheet, memo, 1964

106/32/1
Correspondence-Lennon 1954
Recommendation letter from Mr. Murchison for the nomination of Alton Lennon for US Senate.
Includes mailing list. 

106/32/2
Correspondence of Alton Lennon for US Senate campaign.
Includes advertisement list. 

106/32/3
Lennon correspondence, 1958
Telegram from 28 April 1958. 

106/32/4
Memoranda from Lennon Campaign
Letters to voter registration chairmen
List of those registered to vote.
Campaign advertisement list. 

106/32/5
Lennon Speeches and Correspondence
List of A. Lennon supporters speaking on the radio.
Three Alton Lennon speeches 

106/32/6
A. Lennon Campaign newspaper clippings
A. Lennon brochures from 1954 primary, 3 copies.
A. Lennon brochures from 1956 primary
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings supporting A. Lennon for Senate.
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings supporting voter registration. 

106/32/7
A. Lennon Precincts
Ward and precinct divisions of Wilmington Township, revised 1956, 5 copies.
New Hanover County precinct divisions, 1956, 6 copies.
Sample ballot to county offices. 

106/32/8
List of Ward Precinct chairpersons.
List of TV campaign commercials
List of New Hanover County Polling Places and Registrars, 1956
List of officers and officials of Wilmington organizations, 15 August 1955.
Statistics for vote of Governor, New Hanover County, 1932-1952
Statistics for vote of State Terms, Primary, 1954.
Statistics for vote of 7th Congressional District, May 1954.
Statistics for vote of US Senate Primary, short term, Counties, 1954.
Statistics for Democratic Primary of US Senate, regular term, counties, 1954.
Statistics for Presidential vote in New Hanover County, 1932-1952.
Statistics for vote for Governor, 1952 primary, by county.
List of who to send campaign postcards to.
List of qualifications for voting in 1956 primary.
List of those registered with addresses
Other miscellaneous statistics and memos. 

106/32/9
Questions and speeches
Miscellaneous campaign support, including Gov. Terry Sanford. 

106/32/10
Various memos regarding campaigns 

106/32/11
Correspondence-Terry Sanford Campaign
Miscellaneous correspondence in Terry Sanford for Governor campaign. 

106/32/12
Newspaper clippings from T. Sanford campaign.
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings supporting T. Sanford for Governor 

106/32/13
Voting Statistics-Terry Sanford
Lists of Voter Registration chairpersons and statistics for each precinct in gubernatorial race.
1960 Lists of Voter Registration chairpersons and statistics for each precinct in gubernatorial race 

106/32/14
Lake for Governor pamphlet
Kennedy and Johnson pamphlet
T. Sanford pamphlet
Other miscellaneous voter information
T. Sanford campaign contributor forms
Lists of precincts and members

106/32/15
Personal
Report on Craven Operation Progress, 9 July 1965.
Report on Craven Operation Progress, 9 July 1965.

106/33/1
Confidential Report on Craven Operation Progress, July 9, 1965

106/33/2
IRS Publications
Marital Deductions, Powers of Appointment, 1954. Peoples Savings Bank and Trust Company.
Tax Angles in Your Law Practice, Commerce Clearing House.
Federal Estate Tax Regulations, 16 October 1956.
Taxation Institute, Wake forest College Law School. 

106/33/3
Tax Correspondence
Insurance Official Warns present tax Structure Can Be Disastrous 

106/33/4
Tax Reduction for Marriage
Miscellaneous tax related correspondence 

106/33/5
Tax Cases
Outline of tax considerations in family situations
Outline on marital deduction
Support Trusts and Custodianships for Minors, Henry Brandis, Jr., Taxation institute
Tax Problems of Separation and Divorce, Claude C. Pierce, Taxation Institute.
Case, Charles P. Green The Defense of a Criminal Fraud. Taxation Institute.
Tax Problems in Connection with the Formation of Corporations, Edwin L. Kahn. Taxation Institute.
Miscellaneous Will Agreements with the Estate of John E. Towers.
Tenancies by the Entirety and Joint Tenancies Between Spouses, William J. Adams, Jr., Taxation Institute.
The Taxation of Stock of Dividends and Dividends in Kind, Norman Block, Taxation Institute. 

106/33/6
Legal Services Committee,
The Taxation of Corporate Distributions, Joseph P. Driscoll. Taxation Institute 

106/33/7
Handwritten Outlines
Miscellaneous handwritten outlines.

106/33/8
Voter Registration In The South, Summer, 1966
You Can Take Part In Precinct Meetings
Know Your North Carolina Government, 1968. 
2 copies.

106/33/9
Know Your Voting Rights.  N.C. Voter Education Project
You Too Can Register To Vote
The Local School Board.  Voter Education Project, 1968

106/33/10
The 1960 Democratic Fact Book

106/33/11
Packet of brochures regarding remodeling of personal residence.

106/33
Volunteers In Community Service.  1967

106/34/1
Interior design brochures

106/34/2
Interior design/remodeling brochures

106/34/3
Remodeling brochures

106/34/4
Interior design

106/34/5
Interior design brochures

106/34/6
Interior design brochures

106/34/7
Design brochures

106/34/8
House plans and emergency evacuation

106/34/9
Contractor correspondence

106/34/10
Contractor products and floor plans

106/34/11
Monthly bank statements and check stubs for housing account

106/34/12
Custom floor plans

106/34/13
Contract construction. Legal Title and location of property

106/34/14
Contractor bills/financial.   Heating system.

106/34/15
Air conditioning system

106/34/16
Final walk through inspection with list of minor repairs.

106/34/17
Payment to Architect

106/34/18
Certifications for additions to Murchison residence, 1958

106/35/1
The following files contain correspondence and business regarding St. James Episcopal Church, and Diocese.
Budget and program correspondence, 1966-1967

106/35/2
Special Program Correspondence to/from 62nd General Convention of the Episcopal Church.  1967

106/35/3
1967 Special Convention correspondence

106/35/4
Background information on 1968 Special Convention
Schedule of events; letter to Hunley A. Elebash, "Purpose of Special Convention"

106/35/5
Memos to Clergy and Lay Delegates to Special Convention regarding elections for Bishop Coadjutor, 1968

106/35/6
1968 Special Convention lists: Diocese of East Carolina Directory
List of Clergy Delegated to Convention, 1968
List of 30 parishes.
Biographical sketch of George Blake Holmes
List of Parochial Clergy.  Convention Vote By Orders

106/35/7
Miscellaneous items from Special Convention, 1968
Brochure: Where Grant money went.

106/35/8
General Convention publications, 1967

106/35/9
General Convention Memoranda, 1967

106/35/10
General Convention Correspondence

106/35/11
General Convention Miscellaneous

106/35/12
Correspondence, 1970

106/35/13
1970 Convention Memoranda

106/35/14
1970  Convention reports and resolutions

106/35/15
Carol Smith nomination to Executive Council as Youth member, 1969

106/35/16
Long range planning

106/35/17
Miscellaneous issues

106/35/18
Special Report by The Treasurer of General Convention, 1967
Presiding Bishop's Statement on Proposed General Church Program, 1968 - 70 Triennium
Proposed General Church Program

106/35/19
Publications on Special Programs

106/35/20
Papers and reports on special programs
Miscellaneous printed material

106/35/21
"With 5 Pennies", from The Episcopalian.
"
The Question For Planning"

106/35/22
Budget and Program Committee Facts
Various printed items
2 issues Journal of the Diocese Of East Carolina, 1968, 1970

106/36/1
Published Canons
Constitution and Canons, Diocese of New Jersey.
Diocese of East Carolina: Constitution, Canons, and Rules of Order, 1960.
Constitution and Canons of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Diocese of Montana, May 1960.
Constitution and Canons for Protestant Episcopal Church, 1961.
Constitution and Canons for Diocese of Pittsburgh, 1962.
Constitution and Canons for Diocese of Missouri, 1966.
Church in Metropolis, Winter 1966. 

106/36/2
Memoranda Concerning Canons
Miscellaneous printed letters. 

106/36/3
Correspondence Concerning Canons
Miscellaneous printed letters. 

106/36/4
Proposed Amendments on Canons and Reports
Miscellaneous printed and handwritten letters. 

106/36/5
Proposed Amendments on Canons and Reports (cont.)
Miscellaneous printed and handwritten letters. 

106/36/6
The Episcopalian
April-September 1969 issues. 

106/36/7
Position Papers
Miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/36/8
Papers on Joint Commission On Renewal

106/36/9
Articles-Action Taken
Spreading Good News in a Secular Age, 1969.
Miscellaneous printed letters. 

106/36/10
1967 Correspondence
Miscellaneous printed and handwritten memos. 

106/36/11
1968 Correspondence
Miscellaneous printed letters. 

106/36/12
1969 Correspondence
Miscellaneous printed letters. 

106/36/13
1970-1971 Correspondence
Invitation to the Consecration of Bishop Coadjutor.
Miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/36/14
Deeds and Documents
Deed in Craven County.
Deed of Trust in Craven County.
Deed in Craven County.
Deed in Beaufort County. 

106/36/15
Election of Bishop
Consecration Bulletin for Hunley Agee Elebash, 2 October 1968.
Miscellaneous printed materials and newspaper clippings. 

106/36/16
Miscellaneous Publications
Miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/37/1
Diocese of East Carolina (Finances)
Diocese of East Carolina, 31 December 1971, financial record.
The Bishop Thomas H. Wright Fund for Capital Improvements, Diocese of East Carolina, 30 April 1972, financial record.
National Church Program Commitment and Faith Budget.
Diocese of East Carolina Department of Finance, proposed budget for 1973.
Diocese of East Carolina, Financial Statements, 31 December 1973. 

106/37/2
1974-1975 Program and Budget
Workbook for the diocese of East Carolina, 18 October 1972. 

106/37/3
1973 Memoranda-Financial Department
Miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/37/4
1973 Correspondence-
Financial Department
Miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/37/5
1973 Reports and Proposals-Financial Department
Proposal by St. Andrews Church, Morehead City, NC.
List of existing programs
Miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/37/6.
1973 Schedules-Finance Department
List of Parochial Clergy,
Resolutions
Grants to church institutions
Miscellaneous printed materials 

106/37/7
1973 Proposed Budget-Finance Dept.
Balance sheets
Timetables for budget process
1974 Mission programs
Explanation for proposed budget
St. John's Episcopal Church Budget
Distribution list for Diocesan Budget, 1974 

106/37/8
1973 Receipts-Finance Department
Receipts and Expenditures for Diocese of East Carolina, multiple copies.

106/37/9
1971-1974 Receipts-Finance Department
Receipts and Expenditures for Diocese of East Carolina, multiple copies.
Receipts from Bishop Thomas H. Wright Honor Fund. 

106/37/10
Proposed Budgets and Reports-Finance Department
St. John's Episcopal Church Budget, 1971-1972, multiple copies.
Budget graphs for 1972.
1973 Budget outline, handwritten.
College Work Commission, 22 September 1972.
1973 Christian Education Budget.
1973 Foundation Distribution. 

106/37/11
March-December 1972 Balances and Drafts
Multiple lists of assets and liabilities for Diocese of East Carolina. 

106/37/12
1972 Correspondence
Finance Department 

106/37/13
1973 Correspondence Finance Department
Miscellaneous printed materials relating to the finance department of the Diocese of East Carolina. 

106/37/14
1974 Correspondence
Finance Department
Miscellaneous printed letters regarding finance department. 

106/37/15
1972-1974 Correspondence-
Finance Department
Miscellaneous printed letters regarding finance department. 

106/37/16
Schedules, Finance Department
Mission of the church.
List of Program Options
List of churches with name of Reverends
Miscellaneous printed materials. 

106/37/17
Contracts, Reports, Proposals Diocese of East Carolina,1972
Miscellaneous printed materials and a photo. 

106/37/18
Miscellaneous Materials-Finance Department
Miscellaneous printed and handwritten materials.

106/38
Murchinson House Plans

 

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