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Series: State Archives of North Carolina Videos

This moving pictures collection contains historic short films and documentaries pertaining to North Carolina provided by the North Carolina State Archives. Researchers seeking more information about a particular item may want to visit the archive's website located at http://www.archives.ncdcr.gov prior to contacting the Archives. Items in this collection are provided courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Carolina.

H. Lee Waters films of Durham, North Carolina, ca. 1937-1942

This silent, black-and-white film contains footage shot by H. Lee Waters (1902-1997) of Durham, North Carolina in Durham County, ca. 1937-1942. The North Carolina State Archives call number for this item is MPF.86.1-5. Courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Car...

H. Lee Waters, Albemarle, NC, ca. 1940

This silent, black-and-white film contains footage shot by H. Lee Waters (1902-1997) of Albemarle, North Carolina in Stanly County, ca. 1940. The North Carolina State Archives call number for this item is MPF.81. Courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh, North Carolina.

H. Lee Waters, Hillsborough, NC, January 19 and 20, 1937

This silent, black-and-white film contains footage shot by H. Lee Waters (1902-1997) of Hillsborough, North Carolina in Orange County on 19-20 January 1937. The North Carolina State Archives call number for this item is MPF.87.1. Courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh...

H. Lee Waters, Hillsborough, NC, October 16 and 17, 1939

This silent, black-and-white film contains footage shot by H. Lee Waters (1902-1997) of Hillsborough, North Carolina in Orange County on 16-17 October 1939. The North Carolina State Archives call number for this item is MPF.87.2. Courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh...

Jockey's Ridge for All the People

Paid for by Save our Sand-dunes (SOS), an organization set up by Carolista Fletcher Baum and the people of Nags Head, NC, to save Jockey's Ridge and all its associated dunes from destruction by coastal developers. The film was made by Ronald Hagell in 1975-1976 as a final production for a graduate f...

Mr. Williams Wakes Up

The role and functions of local and state health agencies are described through the use of an imaginary character named Mr. Williams in this black-and-white film directed by George Stoney and shot in Wayne and Duplin Counties, 1944. The North Carolina State Archives call number for this item is MPF....

Tar Heel Family

Printed and released in 1951, North Carolina's transition from an agrarian economy to an economy based more on industry is described, featuring the Town of Clinton, NC. Produced by Southern Educational Film Production Service, Inc., for the NC Resource-Use Commission. Photographed by Ray Marcato an...