MSS 00014 Guide to the Wallace Carl Riddick Papers, 1913 - 1980
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Newspaper clipping about decoration, [no date]
Newspaper clipping about Serbian students, May 18, 1980
Photographs and Negatives of the Serbian students from the Agromeck, [no date]
Letter from John T. Caldwell to Anna Riddick thanking her for the donation of the Officers' Cross of the Order of St. Sava, March 19, 1964
Statement from Mrs. Wallace C. Riddick about her husband's persuasion of the Board of Trustees to admit the Serbian students, [no date]
Letter from Leonidas Pitamic conferring the Officer's Cross of the Order of St. Sava on Riddick, May 27, 1931
Translation of the decoration decree and diploma, 1931
"Hitting the Line," an address by Riddick to the YMCA, September 7, 1913
Riddick, W. C. (Wallace Carl), 1864-1942
0.025 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
0.05 archival storage box
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The Wallace Carl Riddick Papers mainly consist of materials related to two Serbian students who were granted admission to North Carolina State College in 1920. Because of his advocation on the students' behalf, Riddick was awarded with the Officer's Cross of the Order of St. Sava by King Alexander of Yugoslavia in 1931. Newspaper clippings, correspondence, and other materials related to the students and the Officer's Cross are in the collection. Also included is the text of a speech given by Riddick in 1913.
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[Identification of Item], Wallace Carl Riddick Papers, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, North Carolina.
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