First and Citizens National Bank, D. Victor Meekins, and Suzanne Scott Finding Aids

There are several new finding aids on the Outer Banks History Center (OBHC) website:

First and Citizens National Bank Minute Book, 1933-1969 (pdf)
Due to its location, growth in trade, and ability to supply retail stores throughout the eastern Albemarle area, Elizabeth City, North Carolina was able to open two new banks in the 1890s – the First National Bank in 1891, and the Citizen’s Bank in 1899. These two financial institutions greatly expanded banking practices in the area and strengthened their positions by merging in 1918. This collection consists of a single minute book and includes records of the history of the bank, its directors, administrators, board members, and stockholders. It shows a record of loan approvals and rejections. (1 minute book and 1 folder of reports, resolutions, correspondence)

Meekins, D. Victor, Prints from Glass Plate Negatives, 1900s -1920s (pdf)
Daniel Victor Meekins (1897-1964) was born on the north end of Roanoke Island, and grew up with Dare County as well as in it. He served as Dare County sheriff and postmaster of Manteo, as well as chairman of the Dare County Board of Commissioners. Meekins started the Dare County based newspaper, The Dare County Times, which later became The Coastland Times and which is still published by the Meekins family. Meekins experimented with photography as a teenager. The 238 images he created between 1912 and 1925 represent some of the finest examples of life on Roanoke Island during the first quarter of last century. (238 Glass plate negatives)

Scott, Suzanne, Sportfishing Boat Interiors Scrapbook (pdf)
Suzanne Scott ran a small interior design business during the 1970s. She gained several clients through Davis Yachts when a need arose to have the cabins of sport fishing boats decorated. The collection contains 1 scrapbook with boat plans and photographs of interiors of sportfishing boats built by Davis Boat Works and decorated by Suzanne Scott. (1 scrapbook)