(NORTH CAROLINA). The North Carolina Booklet. Raleigh, NC; The North Carolina Society, Daughters of the Revolution. Vol. 10, No. 4 (April 1911), Vol. 13, No. 4 (Apr. 1914), Vols15-23 (1915-1926). 24 issues bound in 6 Vols. Some insect damage, else a very good run with orig. printed wrappers bound in. Portraits, plates, maps. This series covered North Carolina history from Colonial times. Contributors included well known historians such as Samuel A. Ashe, Kemp P. Battle, Archibald Henderson, Walter Clark, and others. Articles include the expected local history as well as Henderson's multi-part biography of Isaac Shelby, the Revolutionary hero, and Clark on Negro soldiers, history of the North Carolina superior and supreme courts, and Stephen Ramseur, among other topics, Frank Spruil on Gen. William Ruffin Cox, Battle on the Secession Convention of 1861, Gen. W. A. Smith on the first secession flag.