UA 012.002 Preliminary Inventory of the North Carolina State University Libraries Annual Reports, 1925-2009

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Creator

North Carolina State University. Libraries.

Quantity

9.0 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

18 archival boxes

Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff.

Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Transferred from North Carolina State University, Libraries.

Processing

Processed by: (unprocessed);machine-readable finding aid created by: Pat Webber; Finding aid updated by Cate Putirskis, 2008 April, October; 2009 April; 2010 August

Revised

2008-2010; 2011 August; 2012 January, This electronic finding aid was updated to reflect collection additions Cate Putirskis, 2008 April, October; 2009 April; 2010 August; Finding aid updated to reflect additions to the collection by Cathy Dorin-Black, 2011 August, 2012 January.

Scope and Content Note

The North Carolina State University Libraries Annual Reports contain annual reports from the main library, its departments, and the university's branch libraries. There are some gaps in the files, and these records are unprocessed.

Historical Note

The first library at North Carolina State University was a room in Holladay Hall during the early years of the institution. The library was chronically under-funded and faculty and students consistently complained about a lack of materials. The room in Holladay continued to serve as the library until the construction of a new purpose-built library building, what is now Brooks Hall. In 1954, the current building, the D.H. Hill Library Building, was opened. This building now comprises the east wing of the current structure. By the mid-1960s, the Hill building was no longer large enough, and the libary space was expanded by building an 11-story book tower and connecting the original space with the former student union (now the Erdahl-Cloyd or west wing of the library). Further expansion and renovation occurred in the 1980s, culminating in 1990 with the opening of the second, or "south" bookstack tower.

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Mail

Special Collections Research Center
Box 7111
Raleigh, NC, 27695-7111

Telephone

(919) 515-2273

Fax

(919) 513-1787

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], North Carolina State University, Libraries Annual Reports, UA 012.002, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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