MSS 00168 Guide to the Joshua Plummer Pillsbury writings, 1945

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Pillsbury, Joshua Plummer, 1873-


0.01 Linear feet

General Physical Description note


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Acquisitions Information

Transferred from the School of Design, 1972 January 10


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Scope and Content Note

The Joshua Plummer Pillsbury writings consists of the 9-page "Professional Training in Landscape Architecture" (1945 September 17) and the 31-page "Professional Training for Landscape Architecture: Some Autobiographical Notes by J. P. Pillsbury" (1945 October 11).

Biographical Note

Joshua Plummer Pillsbury (b. 1873) was a professor of Horticulture (1911 - 1940), professor of Landscape Architecture (1940 - 1946), and the landscape architect (1925 - 1946) at North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (now North Carolina State University). Pillsbury received his bachelor's degree from Pennsylvania State College (1910), where he served as a horticulture assistant from 1898 to 1911.

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[Identification of item], Joshua Plummer Pillsbury writings, MSS 168, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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