4 collections related to North Carolina State University -- Buildings

Filter: North Carolina State University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center
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Morgan, Chad (Chad Henderson)
Size: 0.5 linear feet (1 archival box and 5 audiotapes) Collection ID: MC 00066
This collection contains tapes, transcripts, and biographies for six interviews conducted in 2006 and 2007 by Chad Morgan from the NCSU Libraries staff. The people who were interviewed had been associated with North Carolina State University's Centennial Campus, a research and advanced technology community where university, industry, ... More
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North Carolina State University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center
Size: 13000 megabytes Collection ID: MC 00200
The NCSU Libraries Oral Histories about the James B. Hunt Jr. Library (2008-2015) contains oral history interviews on the design and construction of the Hunt Library. The people interviewed were staff from the NCSU Libraries, the University Architect from NC State University, and designers from the architectural firms. NCSU Libraries ... More
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North Carolina State University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center
Size: 7.3 linear feet (12 archival boxes, 12 flat folders) Collection ID: UA 050.004
The University Archives Reference Collection, University Buildings, Sites, & Landmarks subgroup contains clippings, correspondence, news releases, publications, reports, speeches, and related archival material concerning the physical features of the University landscape. This is an artificial collection, maintained by Special ... More
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North Carolina State University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center
Size: 0.5 linear feet (1 album) Collection ID: UA 023.035
This collection consists of postcards dating from 1900 to 1996 that depict scenes around North Carolina State University's campus, buildings in Raleigh, North Carolina, and scenes from other locations in the state. The majority of the postcards are in color. Raleigh is the capital of North Carolina and home to one of the state's ... More