4 collections related to North Carolina State College

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North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Size: 174.75 linear feet (5 legal boxes, 9 flat boxes, 4 oversize flat boxes, 1 oversize box, 106 cartons) Collection ID: UA 102.100
The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Personnel records contain budget, payroll, and salary files, personnel lists and directories, correspondence, personnel files, and other administrative files. Although extension and demonstration work in North Carolina had been active since the early years of the twentieth century, the ... More
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North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service
Size: 18.75 linear feet (37 archival boxes, 1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 023.007
The North Carolina Agricultural Extension and Research Services Photograph collection includes photographs and negatives relating to areas of animal husbandry, animal science, the agriculture school, 4-H Youth Development clubs, forest resources, crop and soil science, the extension service, insect management, and farm forestry. ... 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 Agricultural Extension Service
Size: 3 linear feet (8 albums (549 photographic prints; 1009 slides); 34 x 31 cm. + 1 box (92 negatives)) Collection ID: UA 023.009
Photographs of people, activities, events, exhibitions, and programs related to home demonstration work in North Carolina from 1910 to 1976. Home demonstration, part of the North Carolina Agricultural Extension service, sought to provide better conditions in farm homes through adult education by demonstration, and North Carolina was ... More