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24 collections related to North Carolina State University -- Buildings

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North Carolina State University. College of Natural Resources
Size: 2.24 linear feet (4 boxes, 1 flat folder) Collection ID: UA 023.015
The College of Natural Resources photographs include portraits and candid shots of students and faculty in classes, labs, and outdoor settings. Prominent faculty members pictured include Carl Alwin Schenck, Richard J. Preston, and Clarence E. Libby. Photographs of meetings, conferences, events, and awards receptions are included. ... More
Size: 0.75 linear feet (2 cardboxes, 1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 023.001
This subgroup of the North Carolina State University Archives Photograph Collection includes approximately 600 copy negatives. The negatives depict a wide variety of subjects, with particular emphasis on the North Carolina State University campus and buildings, administrators and faculty, and athletics. There are also some negatives ... More
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North Carolina State University. Libraries. University Archives
Size: 9.5 linear feet (18 card boxes, 1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 023.031
This collection consists of glass negatives and lantern slides chiefly depicting various aspects of agriculture in North Carolina and buildings on the campus of N.C. State University. Subjects include agricultural extension work, agricultural research, farms and farm life, animal husbandry, botany, horticulture, and crop science. One ... 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