MSS 00129 Guide to A lecture given by the late George A. Gullette to a class in social studies, 1970

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Gullette, George Albert, 1909-1969


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Acquisitions Information

Transferred from the Social Studies Department, 1970 December 11.


Processed by: Special Collections Staff;machine-readable finding aid created by: Dawne E. Howard

Scope and Content Note

"A Lecture Given by the Late George A. Gullette To a Class in Social Studies" is a printed version of a talk Gullette gave at North Carolina State University on January 13, 1969. The title Gullette gave this lecture is "Prospects for the Future--The Next Twenty-Five Years." On March 19, 1970, the Friends of the Library distributed copies of the lecture at its annual banquet. In addition, portions of the lecture were read at Gullette's memorial service.

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George Albert Gullette lecture on social studies, MSS 129, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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