MSS 00063 Guide to the Sol Williams "Doc" Newton Papers, 1918 - 1971
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This was the forerunner of today's "Wolfpack Club" which supports the athletics program at North Carolina State University.
Newton, Sol Williams, 1893-1970
0.69 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
0.1 archival storage box, 1 card box
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Gift of Mrs. Sol Williams Newton, 1973. Accession no. 1973-0004
Processed by: Special Collections Staff;machine-readable finding aid created by: Valerie Gillispie
2011 November, 2012 May, Finding aid updated with addition taken from Memorabilia Collection by Cathy Dorin-Black, 2011 November, 2012 May
This collection contains a one-page biography of Sol Williams ("Doc") Newton written by his son, mementos from Newton's induction into the American Legion Baseball Hall of Fame, correspondence and photocopies of clippings and citations regarding Coach Newton's career in intercollegiate athletics, and several obituary notices.
Sol Williams ( "Doc") Newton (1893-1970) played professional baseball with the Baltimore Orioles and coached college football and baseball at Davidson College before becoming head football coach at North Carolina State College from 1932 to 1944.
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