MC 00115 Preliminary Inventory of the North Carolina Research Campus Papers, 2006-2010
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[Flat Box 3]
[Card Box 1]
[Card Box 2]
North Carolina Research Campus.
3.0 Linear feet
General Physical Description
1 carton, 1 flat box, 2 card boxes
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Gift of North Carolina Research Campus, 2008 and 2010 (Accessions 2008.0227, 2010.0001, 2010.0028, 2010.0068, 2010.0069, 2010.0070, 2010.0071, 2010.0222)
Machine-readable finding aid created by: Judy Allen Dodson; updated by Jonathan Holloway, 2012 February
The North Carolina Research Campus Papers, 2006-2010, contain master plans, architectural drawings, DVDs, CDs, published research, newspaper articles, magazines, and flash drives related to the founding, construction, and activities of the North Carolina Research Campus. The materials are primarily concerned with the built environment of the campus as well as the events and research that occur there. The collection spans the full breadth of operations at the NCRC, and as such contain items related to many of the universities and corporations that maintain facilities on the campus. The materials range in date from 2006 to 2010.
Kannapolis, North Carolina, was once home to Cannon Mills, at one time the largest manufacturer of sheets and towels in the world. Founded in 1906, the mills went through several ownership changes before being acquired by the Pillowtex Corporation in 1997. In 2003, Pillowtex Corporation closed its doors, laying off 4,340 people living in the Kannapolis area. In December 2004, David Murdock purchased the former Cannon Mills Plant One at auction and in 2005, in partnership with the University of North Carolina system, announced plans for the North Carolina Research Campus (NCRC), a 1.5 billion dollar scientific and economic revitalization project. This private-public venture serves to foster collaboration and further knowledge in biotechnology, nutrition, agriculture, and health. Since its groundbreaking in 2006, the NCRC has expanded to include universities, business partners, over 130 employees, and five buildings.
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Special Collections Research Center
[Identification of item], North Carolina Research Campus Papers, 2006-2010, MC 00115, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC
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