Centennial Program page 1
History and Program Commemorating the Centennial of Kings Mountain 1874–1974

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA GOVERNOR’S OFFICE RALEIGH 27611 JAMES E. HOLSHOUSER. JR October, 1974 facets of North ountryside, and sent-day America, heritage, Kings Mountain The Honorable John Henry Moss Mayor of Kings Mountain Kings Mountain, North Carolina Dear Mayor Moss: The City of Kings Mountain reflects Carolina’s and our Nation’s past. Its i tradition trace […]

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Movie part 2
Kings Mountain Historical Video: 1942

Filmed as part of H. Lee Waters’ “Movies of Local People” project. Mauney Memorial Library has two videocassettes (approximately 61 minutes). Part 1 is in black and white, film was shot in Kings Mountain 1937-1940, 35 minutes. Part 2 is a color film and was shot in Kings Mountain in 1942, 26 minutes. No notes […]

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Movie part 1
Kings Mountain Historical Video: 1937–1940

Filmed as part of H. Lee Waters’ “Movies of Local People” project. Mauney Memorial Library has two videocassettes (approximately 61 minutes). Part 1 is in black and white, film was shot in Kings Mountain 1937-1940, 35 minutes. Part 2 is a color film and was shot in Kings Mountain in 1942, 26 minutes. No notes […]

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The Old Mountaineer Letters to Servicemen page 1
The Old Mountaineer: Letters To Servicemen

Letters to military personnel during World War II. Some of the responses from the recipients are included in the next letter sent. This was a “newsletter” program begun at the Neisler Mills to provide news of the mill and people in the employment of the mill to the military men overseas. It was an attempt […]

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Hazel Fryer Scrapbook page 601
Hazel Herndon Scrapbook

Scrapbook and journal kept by Hazel Herndon Fryer during her overseas assignment as a Staff Assistant with the American Red Cross during World War II.

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W.A. Mauney Diary front cover
W.A. Mauney Civil War Diary

Leather bound. Approximately 234 pages, condition is poor, binding very delicate. It is a hand written diary with some ink fading, some entries in pencil. A letter written to his father and a receipt for money received from the Sellers estate were included in the diary at the time it was donated. W.A. Mauney enlisted […]

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