MC 00193 Preliminary Inventory to the Charles M. Smallwood Papers, 1964-1985
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Smallwood, Charles M.
16.5 Linear feet
Transfer from Engineering School, 9 April 1987; Gifts, 12 November 1984 and 9 June 1988.
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The Charles M. Smallwood Papers document research on water quality. Involved institutions include North Carolina State University, the city of Raleigh, the Environmental Protection Agency, the United States Department of the Interior, the North Carolina Energy Development Authority, the Waterworks School, the Water Resources Research Institute, the Water Pollution Control Association, and the national Center for Urban and Industrial Health.
Materials include correspondence, training grants, and teaching materials and deal with several waterways including the Cape Fear and Neuse Rivers, Walnut Creek, Morgan Creek, and the New Hope River.
Charles M. Smallwood joined the Civil Engineering Department of North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (later North Carolina State University) in 1950 as an expert on water pollution. He received his B.S. from Case Institute of Technology in 1942 and his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1950.
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