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Collection Number: 04696

Collection Title: Weil Family Papers, 1860s-1983

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Size 22.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 6,000 items)
Abstract Weil family members included Herman Weil (1842-1914), who emigrated from Stuttgart, Germany, in 1858, and brothers Henry (d. 1878) and Solomon (1860-1914). In 1865, the brothers formed H. Weil & Bros., which operated a store in Goldsboro, N.C. Joe Rosenthal (d. 1927), Henry's brother-in-law, joined the firm in 1892, and, in 1910, Henry's son Leslie (d. 1943) and Sol's son Lionel (1877-1948) entered the family businesses, which included the store, a brick yard, and an ice plant. In 1930, agriculturalist G. Frank Seymour was added to the firm, and, in 1932, Weil Fertilizer Works was started to market plant hormones and other compounds that Frank and Lionel developed. In 1941, Leslie's sons Abram and Henry and Lionel's son Lionel S. became partners. In 1942, the partners established the Weil Employees' Trust Fund, a profit sharing plan. When the Weil Deparment Store burned in 1948, brother Herman Weil (1882-1961) was instrumental in rebuilding the facility. Members of the Weil family were active in the University of North Carolina System, Goldsboro community affairs, and in Jewish life in North Carolina and the nation. Papers document the activities, circa 1865-1982, of businesses owned by the Weil family, including H. Weil & Bros.; Weil's Inc., the department store; fertilizer, building, real estate, lumber, transportation, oil, farming, banking, and other enterprises; the Weil Employees' Trust Fund; and the Wayne Foundation. Also included are family papers, circa 1893-1968, most relating to Leslie and Hilda Einstein Weil, who married in 1900; Leslie's mother Mina (d. 1941); and their children Abram, Hilda, Henry, Margaret, and Marian. Many letters in the 1890s detail Leslie's experiences as a student at UNC to Hilda in New York City, Chicago, and other locations. Some letters relate to UNC affairs, particularly in the 1930s during the first consolidation of the University and, in 1941, when Leslie, on the Board of Trustees, received an honorary degree. Also included are some materials relating to Jewish activities; a few household account and commonplace books; genealogical materials; and pictures of Weil family members and their businesses. There are only a few items that relate to Leslie's sister Gertrude Weil (1879-1971), women's suffrage and social welfare activist.
Creator Weil family.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
Materials roughly sorted, but usable.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Weil Family Papers #4696, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Louis and Allen Weil, Goldsboro, N.C., in May 1994 (Acc 94069).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collection--such as folders or items.

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Weil family members included Herman Weil (1842-1914), who emigrated from Stuttgart, Germany, in 1858, and brothers Henry (d. 1878) and Solomon (1860-1914). In 1865, the brothers formed H. Weil & Bros., which operated a store in Goldsboro, N.C. Joe Rosenthal (d. 1927), Henry's brother-in-law, joined the firm in 1892, and, in 1910, Henry's son Leslie (d. 1943) and Sol's son Lionel (1877-1948) entered the family businesses, which included the store, a brick yard, and an ice plant. In 1930, agriculturalist G. Frank Seymour was added to the firm, and, in 1932, Weil Fertilizer Works was started to market plant hormones and other compounds that Frank and Lionel developed. In 1941, Leslie's sons Abram and Henry and Lionel's son Lionel S. became partners. In 1942, the partners established the Weil Employees' Trust Fund, a profit sharing plan. When the Weil Deparment Store burned in 1948, brother Herman Weil (1882-1961) was instrumental in rebuilding the facility. Members of the Weil family were active in the University of North Carolina System, Goldsboro community affairs, and in Jewish life in North Carolina and the nation.

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Papers document the activities, circa 1865-1982, of businesses owned by the Weil family, including H. Weil & Bros.; Weil's Inc., the department store; fertilizer, building, real estate, lumber, transportation, oil, farming, banking, and other enterprises; the Weil Employees' Trust Fund; and the Wayne Foundation. Also included are family papers, circa 1893-1968, most relating to Leslie and Hilda Einstein Weil, who married in 1900; Leslie's mother Mina (d. 1941); and their children Abram, Hilda, Henry, Margaret, and Marian. Many letters in the 1890s detail Leslie's experiences as a student at UNC to Hilda in New York City, Chicago, and other locations. Some letters relate to UNC affairs, particularly in the 1930s during the first consolidation of the University and, in 1941, when Leslie, on the Board of Trustees, received an honorary degree. Also included are some materials relating to Jewish activities; a few household account and commonplace books; genealogical materials; and pictures of Weil family members and their businesses. There are only a few items that relate to Leslie's sister Gertrude Weil (1879-1971), women's suffrage and social welfare activist.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Family Materials, 1864-1970s and undated.

About 3.0 linear feet.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated.

About 1.5 linear feet.

Arrangement: roughly chronological.

Letters in the 1860s and 1870s are chiefly among Weil family brothers, particularly Herman and Sol, some mentioning the health of H. Weil & Bros., Wholesale and Retail Merchants. Also included are a few letters of Hilda Einstein Weil's family. There are no items relating to Herman's service in the Confederate Army.

In the 1890s, most letters are from Leslie Weil at the University of North Carolina to his future wife Hilda Einstein in New York City, Chicago, and other locations. These letters present a fairly detailed description of student life at the school, including fraternity, academic, and sporting activities. Letters in the late 1890s, show that Leslie was either in Goldsboro with H. Weil & Bros. or traveling in Europe. Some letters include references to Jewish activities.

Leslie and Hilda married in 1900. In the 1900s-1910s, many letters are from Leslie on merchandise buying trips to New York and other cities to Hilda in Goldsboro. Other letters relate to travels of Leslie's mother Mina Weil or to routine family matters. There is little mention of World War I. In the 1920s and 1930s, there are letters of Leslie and Hilda's children: Henry at camp and Abram at UNC in the early 1920s; Margaret at school in the late 1920s; Marian living in Boston in the late 1930s; Hilda married to Robert L. Wallerstein and living in Richmond, Va. Also in the 1930s, here are a few letters relating to consolidation of the University of North Carolina.

In the 1940s, some materials relate to Leslie's receiving an honorary degree from UNC in 1941 and to Mina's death in the same year. There is little mention of World War II. In the 1950s-1970s, many items relate to Abram, then involved in the family businesses, and to Goldsboro community activities. Undated materials are generally routine family items.

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1864-1889 #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 1

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1890s #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 2-5

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1900s #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 6-7

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1910s #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 8-9

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1920s #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 10-13

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1930s #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 14-17

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1940s #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 18-21

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1950s #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 22

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1960s #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 23

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1970s #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 24

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Undated #04696, Subseries: "1.1. Correspondence and Related Materials, 1864-1970s and undated." Folder 25-27

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated.

About 1.5 linear feet.

Arrangement: alphabetical by subject.

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Genealogy: notes and writings about the Weil family and their business enterprises #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 28-29

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H. & S. Weil estate papers, 1930s-1940s: materials relating to the combined estate of Herman and Sol Weil, Lionel and Herman Weil, trustees #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 30-31

See also real estate materials in Subseries 2.5.

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Recipe books: collected recipes, collector unknown #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 32-33

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Weil, Abram, 1930s-1970s: personal bills and receipts, collected poems and anecdotes, and other materials #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 34-35

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Weil, Gertrude, 1960s: a few clippings and one 1965 letter with little substance #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 36

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Weil, Henry, 1930s-1950s: insurance papers, personal property materials, and other items #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 37

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Weil, Hilda: three household account books, 1901-1905, a 1913 certificate from the North Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs, and a few estate papers #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 38-39

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Weil, Leonard: writings, tributes, and a few estate papers #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 40

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Weil, Louis: materials relating to 1989 trip to Asia #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 41

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Weil, Solomon: 1875 citizenship paper and a few 1879 deeds #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 42

Folder 43

Miscellaneous: short account book, 1930s; a few items relating to 1940s Jewish activities; undated commonplace book #04696, Subseries: "1.2. Other Family Materials, 1860s-1970s and undated." Folder 43

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.3. Family Pictures

About 135 items.

Photographs and a few tintypes of family members and other people and a few scenes. Most images are unidentified; they are chiefly from the late 19th or early 20th century. Some images were removed from a deteriorated photograph album.

Image Folder PF-4696/1

Women: individuals #04696, Subseries: "1.3. Family Pictures" PF-4696/1

About 35 photographs and SF-P-4696/1-2 (tintypes).

Image Folder PF-4696/2

Women: groups #04696, Subseries: "1.3. Family Pictures" PF-4696/2

About 10 photographs.

Image Folder PF-4696/3

Men: individuals #04696, Subseries: "1.3. Family Pictures" PF-4696/3

About 35 photographs and SF-P-4696/3 (tintype).

Image Folder PF-4696/4

Men: groups #04696, Subseries: "1.3. Family Pictures" PF-4696/4

Two photographs and SF-P-4693/4 (tintype).

Image Folder PF-4696/5

Children: individuals #04696, Subseries: "1.3. Family Pictures" PF-4696/5

About 25 photographs.

Image Folder PF-4696/6

Children: groups #04696, Subseries: "1.3. Family Pictures" PF-4696/6

About 10 photographs.

Image Folder PF-4696/7

Mixed groups #04696, Subseries: "1.3. Family Pictures" PF-4696/7

About 10 photographs and SF-P-4696/4-5 (tintypes).

Image Folder PF-4696/8

Scenes #04696, Subseries: "1.3. Family Pictures" PF-4696/8

Four photographs, including one of a wooded area in Goldsboro, 1928, and a postcard of Elizabethton, Tenn.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Business Materials, 1860s-1980s.

19.5 linear feet.

Arrangement: Roughly sorted by company/activity.

Note that all Weil family business enterprises are interconnected. It is, therefore, likely that materials relating to particular ventures may be found in several series (e.g., in the H. Weil & Bros. files or in the miscellaneous files in subseries 2.8). All materials are roughly sorted by the principal company/activity to which they pertain.

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About 3.0 linear feet.

Partnership agreements, financial statements, audit reports, and other materials. Note that it is likely that papers relating to other family ventures are filed with these papers, since H. Weil & Bros. was the umbrella company over many Weil family businesses.

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Papers of H. Weil & Bros. #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." Folder 44-77

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Volume 1: Original ledger, 1865 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/1

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Volume 2: Trial balance book, 1924-1933 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/2

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Volume 3: Ledger, 1924-1926 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/3

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Volume 4: Ledger, 1929-1932 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/4

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Volume 5: Ledger, 1930-1933 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/5

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Volume 6: Ledger, 1934-1937 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/6

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Volume 7: Trial balance, 1934 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/7

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Volume 8: Monthly journal, 1936-1940 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/8

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Volume 9: Lionel Weil drawing account, etc., 1936-1942 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/9

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Volume 10: Monthly journal, 1947-1959 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/10

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Volume 11: Cash journal, 1964-1978 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/11

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Volume 12: Gross profit book, 1967-1980 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/12

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Volume 13: Journal vouchers, 1968-1981 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/13

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Volume 14: Cash journal, 1983-1984 #04696, Subseries: "2.1. H. Weil & Bros." SV-4696/14

See also SV-4696/16.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. Weil's, Inc.

About 3.0 linear feet.

Financial statements, pictures, promotional materials, and other items relating to Weil's, a departmental store in Goldsboro. Promotional materials include a 10-episode radio script entitled "Romance of Goldsboro"; complimentary publications for customers; store window displays; letters and publicity surrounding the 1948 fire that destroyed the store and its 1949 reopening; and store centennial celebration materials, including invitations and letters of congratulations.

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Papers of Weil's, Inc. #04696, Subseries: "2.2. Weil's, Inc." Folder 78-101

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Volume 15: Ledger, 1935-1936 #04696, Subseries: "2.2. Weil's, Inc." SV-4696/15

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Volume 16: Trial balance book, 1924-1933 (also contains W. Weil & Bros. information) #04696, Subseries: "2.2. Weil's, Inc." SV-4696/16

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Volume 17: Monthly journal, 1949-1960 #04696, Subseries: "2.2. Weil's, Inc." SV-4696/17

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Volume 18: Ledger, 1962-1983 #04696, Subseries: "2.2. Weil's, Inc." SV-4696/18

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Volume 19: Merchandise purchase journal, 1983-1985 #04696, Subseries: "2.2. Weil's, Inc." SV-4696/19

Image Folder PF-4696/9-12

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PF-4696/11

PF-4696/12

About 100 photographs, chiefly of store scenes #04696, Subseries: "2.2. Weil's, Inc." PF-4696/9-12

Audiodisc D-4696/1

"Weil's in Goldsboro," LP recording of announcements, 1952 #04696, Subseries: "2.2. Weil's, Inc." D-4696/1

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.3. H. Weil & Bros. Farms.

About 3.0 linear feet.

Legal documents for land transactions since the 1890s; real estate mortgages, many for farm property obtained by foreclosure during the 1930s; memoranda regarding running the farm enterprises of the Weil family; correspondence regarding crop allotments; and invoices documenting expenses, 1980s. (See also farm property in Subseries 2.5.)

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Papers of H. Weil & Bros. Farms #04696, Subseries: "2.3. H. Weil & Bros. Farms." Folder 103-128

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.4. Weil's Fertilizer Works/Dixie Chemical.

About 3.0 linear feet.

Weil's Fertilizer Works merged to form Dixie Chemical Corporation in 1968. There are also some records relating to Strickland Farm Chemical Center, Inc. Materials include applications for patents for Weil's Fertilizer, records of Lionel Weil's fertilizer development and testing, promotional materials, and photographs of test plots.

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Papers of Weil's Fertilizer Works/Dixie Chemical #04696, Subseries: "2.4. Weil's Fertilizer Works/Dixie Chemical." Folder 129-163

Oversize Volume SV-4696/20

Volume 20: Ledger, 1948-1961 (note that ledger, 1966-1968 is filed in folder 162) #04696, Subseries: "2.4. Weil's Fertilizer Works/Dixie Chemical." SV-4696/20

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Volume 21: Ledger, 1961-1965 #04696, Subseries: "2.4. Weil's Fertilizer Works/Dixie Chemical." SV-4696/21

Image Folder PF-4696/13

About 15 photographs of crops and employees #04696, Subseries: "2.4. Weil's Fertilizer Works/Dixie Chemical." PF-4696/13

Film F-4696/1-8

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16-mm films, apparently of crops and related subjects #04696, Subseries: "2.4. Weil's Fertilizer Works/Dixie Chemical." F-4696/1-8

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.5. Real Estate/Lumber.

About 3.0 linear feet.

Documents dealing with town lots, rental property, farm property, and real estate deals. Included are records relating to Dev Corporation and the Goldsboro Land Improvement Company. There are also materials relating to lumber bought and sold and to woodland management. Note that many deeds/mortgages are bundled as received.

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Real estate/lumber #04696, Subseries: "2.5. Real Estate/Lumber." Folder 164-210

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Volume 22: Rent ledger, 1930-1935 #04696, Subseries: "2.5. Real Estate/Lumber." SV-4696/22

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Volume 23: City rental ledger, 1935-1938 #04696, Subseries: "2.5. Real Estate/Lumber." SV-4696/23

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.6. Weil Employees' Trust Fund.

About 2.0 linear feet.

Incorporation papers, 1942-1968; employee publications explaining profit-sharing plan; financial statements, 1968-1979; bank statements; investment statements; and other materials.

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Papers of Weil Employees' Trust Fund #04696, Subseries: "2.6. Weil Employees' Trust Fund." Folder 211-245

Image Folder P-4696/Folder 146

Photographs of citizenship award ceremonies, 1947-1954 #04696, Subseries: "2.6. Weil Employees' Trust Fund." P-4696/Folder 146

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.7. Wayne Foundation/Henry Weil Memorial Fund.

About 1.0 linear feet.

A few journals and investment statements, 1920s-1960s, relating to the Weil family foundation and to the family trust fund, which appear to have made small gifts to children's homes, hospitals, Jewish organizations, and various colleges and clubs.

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Papers of Wayne Foundation/Henry Weil Memorial Fund #04696, Subseries: "2.7. Wayne Foundation/Henry Weil Memorial Fund." Folder 246-250

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.8. Other Businesses.

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Processing Information

Processed by: Lu Ann Jones, July 1994; Roslyn Holdzkom, October 1995

Encoded by: ByteManagers Inc., 2008

Updated by: Kathryn Michaelis, August 2010

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