UA 100.028 Preliminary Inventory of the North Carolina State University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Department of Soil Science Records, 1934-1994
This collection is arranged into two series: General Records and Publications. The General Records series has not yet undergone full archival processing, and is arranged in the order receieved. The Publications series is arranged alphabetically by title, and then chronologically therein.
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This series contains general records from the Department of Soil Science at North Carolina State University, including correspondence, research grants, and other assorted materials. This series has not yet undergone full archival processing.
[Box 1] Research grants, 1934-1958
[Box 2] Research grants, 1944-1962
[Box 3] Research grants, 1942-1963
[Box 4] International Soil Fertility Evaluation & Improvement Program, 1963-1972
[Box 5] Publications: various soils-related annual reports, 1966-1984
[Box 6] Correspondence, publications, 1958-1976
[Half Box 7] Correspondence, research project reports, circa 1979-1982
[Box 8] Correspondence, publications, Robert Miller material, 1959-1986
[Carton 9] Scientific society files, research station files, 1955-1987
[Carton 10] Correspondence, publications, programs, 1956-1988
[Carton 11] Correspondence, grants, projects, 1985-1988
[Carton 12] Correspondence, reports, grants, projects, 1985-1988
[Carton 13] Research station, scholarships, building, committee files, 1968-1986
[Carton 14] Research project progress reports, committees, foundations, etc, 1985-1991
[Carton 15] Correspondence: extension, policies, evaluations, societies, 1961-1987
[Carton 16] Correspondence: seminars, meetings, research matters, 1968-1985
[Carton 17] Correspondence: research stations, committees, departments, associations, 1955-1990
[Carton 18] Miscellaneous records, undated
[Carton 19] Correspondence files of Eugene Kamprath, head of the Department of Soil Science, 1978-1994 (Accession no. 2008-0056)
Access is restricted; contains personnel records.
[Box 20, Folder 13] Departmental directories, 1966-1973
This series contains publications produced by the Department of Soil Science at North Carolina State University.
[Box 20, Folder 1] Assessing and Correcting Nutrient Deficiencies in the Soils of Latin America, 5 Jun. - 15 Jul. 1966
[Box 20, Folder 2] Graduate Studies in Soil Science, undated
[Box 20, Folder 3] Operating a Soil-Plant Analysis Laboratory, 24 Jul. - 12 Aug. 1966
[Box 20, Folder 4] Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Meeting of the Soil Science Society of North Carolina, 17-18 Jan. 1984
[Box 20, Folder 5] Programe del Proyecto International de Analisis de Suelos AID/csd-287 flyers, 5 Jun. - 12 Aug. 1966
[Box 20, Folder 6] Research Programs in Soil Science, undated
[Box 20, Folder 7] Selected Agricultural Best Management Practices to Control Nitrogen in the Neuse River Basin - Depts. of Soil Sci. and Biological & Agric. Engineering and... (Tech. Bul. 311), Sept. 1997
[Box 20, Folder 8] Soil Science At North Carolina State University, undated
[Box 20, Folder 9] Soil Taxonomy Keys to Classification, 1985
[Box 20, Folder 10] Tropical Soils Research Program (Soil Science Dept. NCSU), 1983
[Box 20, Folder 11] TropSoils Communiques (Vol. 1, No. 1), Oct. 1982
[Box 20, Folder 12] TropSoils, From the Ground Up (Williams Hall), undated
North Carolina State University. Dept. of Soil Science.
26.0 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
19 cartons, 1 archival box
Transferred from North Carolina State University, Department of Soil Science.
Processed by: Special Collections staff, Laura Abraham, 2009 July; machine-readable finding aid created by: Steven Mandeville-Gamble
2008-2009, Finding aid updated by Cate Putirskis, 2008 April, 2009 July; Laura Abraham, 2009 July
The records of the Department of Soil Science at North Carolina State University contain long range plans, reports, research grants, publications, minutes, correspondence, memoranda, and brochures.
The Department of Soil Science at North Carolina State University had its beginnings with courses in agronomy that were first offered during the 1889-1890 academic year. Soil Science remained a program within the Department of Agronomy until that department was split into the Department of Field Crops and the Department of Soils. The Department of Soils became the Department of Soil Science in 1962.
Additional information and resources on the history of the Department of Soil Science can be found through the NCSU Historical State website .
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Carton 19 is restricted because it contains personnel files. The rest of this collection is open for research; access requires at least 48 hours advance notice.
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