MSS 00155 Guide to the Henry Eli Kendall Papers, 1923 - 1926, undated
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Kendall, Henry E. (Henry Eli), 1905-1981
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Received from Mrs. Henry Eli Kendall, 1982 May 3
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The Henry Eli Kendall Jr. papers consist of photographs of Kendall and childhood friends and memorabilia from North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering, including ribbons, correspondence, news clippings, registration cards, a grade report, and an athletic ticket book.
Henry Eli Kendall Jr. (1905 - 1981) was an engineer, North Carolina state government official, director of the State Employees' Credit Union, and a World War II veteran. He received his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering in 1926.
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