MC 00239 Guide to the Robert Fearn Papers, 1966-1991

The collection is arranged by subject matter: Athletics Council, Huang Case, and Miscellaneous. The Huang files are in chronological order.
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[Box 2, Folder 8]


Fearn, Robert M.


1.5 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

3 archival boxes


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Acquisitions Information

Gift of Robert Fearn, 1997 June 12 (Accession 1997-0011)


Processed by: Aaron Cusick;machine-readable finding aid created by: Aaron Cusick

Scope and Content Note

The papers of Robert M. Fearn, professor emeritus of economics at North Carolina State University, include correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings, and reports relating to his roles as chair of Faculty Senate, Athletics Council member, and economics professor. Information related to athletic affairs, faculty senate, Nelson Hall, U.S. Department of Labor project, and the Barney Huang legal case are included in the collection.

Biographical Note

Robert M. Fearn was a professor of economics at North Carolina State University, a former chair of the Faculty Senate, and a member of the Athletics Council.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Robert Fearn Papers, MC 239, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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