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MSS 00087 Guide to the James Roberson Brown Program and Newsclipping, 1977
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[Box MSS.2, Folder MSS 87] Newsclipping: "Jimmy Brown Went to Big Time But Returns To A Small Town, " Williamston Enterprise, 1977 October 27
[Box MSS.2, Folder MSS 87] Program: A Tribute to Jimmy Brown, Jamesville School, 1977 December 3
Atkinson, Herbert E., Jr.
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Received from Herbert E. Atkinson, Jr., May 1984.
Processed by: Special Collections Staff;machine-readable finding aid created by: Dawne E. Howard
These materials consist of a newsclipping and a program documenting and honoring the life of baseball player James Roberson Brown.
James Roberson Brown (1909-1977) was a baseball player at North Carolina State University in the early 1930s. He later played in the major leagues from 1937 to 1946. Brown was a native of Jamesville, North Carolina, and later lived in Bath, North Carolina.
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