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14 collections related to Raleigh (N.C.)

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Ballard, McCredie Associates (Firm)
Size: 52.5 linear feet (27.5 linear feet of boxes, 24 linear feet of drawings) Collection ID: MC 00251
These records document the architectural projects of Ballard, McCredie Associates from its beginning in 1955 until its dissolution in 1998. They consist primarily of architectural drawings, project files, photographs and slides. The commissions include primary and secondary schools, churches, banks, state and federal research ... More
Mann, C. L. (Carroll Lamb), 1877-1961
Size: 2.4 linear feet (7 flat folders, 6 tubes) Collection ID: MC 00296
The Carroll Mann, Sr. Maps, 1905-1952, primarily contains survey maps and topographical maps of portions of Raleigh and Wake County, North Carolina. There are also maps for a few other North Carolina locations. Most (but not all) were drawn by Carroll Mann, Sr. The collection also contains a few notes and a small amount of correspondence .
Young, David A., 1915-
Size: 2 linear feet (2 archival boxes, 1 flat box) Collection ID: MC 00328
The papers of David A. Young, professor of entomology at North Carolina State University, contain mostly correspondence with other scientists and organizations about David Young’s research and information requests (some in German, Spanish and French). Also included are plans of graduate work for graduate students and a drawing of a ... More
Cloyd, Edward Lamar, 1891-1973
Size: 2.75 linear feet (2 boxes, 1 legal box, 2 card boxes, 1 flat box) Collection ID: MC 00046
The Edward Lamar Cloyd Papers consist of personal and professional material documenting Cloyd's tenure as Dean of Students at North Carolina State College (later North Carolina State University) and his extensive involvement in community affairs in the Raleigh, North Carolina, area. The papers date from 1915-1973. Edward Lamar Cloyd ... More
Cox, Gertrude M.
Size: 11 linear feet (22 boxes, 1 half box, 1 flat folder) Collection ID: MC 00117
The Gertrude Mary Cox Papers consists of correspondence, diaries, photographs, speeches, articles, diplomas, certificates, newspaper clippings, and other materials relating to her career in statistics, her consulting work, travel, honors received, and the Cox Fellowship which was created in her honor at North Carolina State ... More
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Crampton, Guy E. (Guy Edwin), Deitrick, William Henley, 1895-1974
Size: 13.5 linear feet Collection ID: MC 00227
This collection contains architectural drawings and specifications, 1928-1977, documenting the works of William Henley Deitrick and his successor, Guy E. Crampton. Included are Deitrick's competition winning design for Needham Broughton High School (1928), his modernist Carolina County Club (1948), the prize winning Dorton Arena ... More
Kelly, Harry C.
Size: 15 linear feet (29 archival boxes and 1 flat folder) Collection ID: MC 00072
The Harry Charles Kelly Papers include correspondence, articles, reports, speeches, awards, photographs, artifacts and other items related to Kelly's career as a physicist, science administrator, and educator. Harry Charles Kelly (1908-1976), physicist, educator, science administrator and author, was educated in physics at Lehigh ... More
Paulson, Jehu Dewitt, 1893-1972
Size: 11.6 linear feet (5 boxes, 15 flat folders, 4 flat boxes) Collection ID: MC 00056
This collection documents Jehu Dewitt Paulson's career as an artist and educator and contains drawings, paintings, prints, plates, photographs and illustrations for published and unpublished manuscripts. The Personal files include Paulson's application for a Guggenheim Fellowship (1934), photographs of Paulson and his family, ... More
Mattox, John D.
Size: 6 linear feet (9 boxes, 1 flat folder) Collection ID: MC 00261
The John D. Mattox Papers contain photographic prints, negatives, and contact sheets, and papers depicting the personal and professional life of John D. Mattox. Personal portraits and snapshots document the lives of Mattox, his wife Mary, their son Douglas, and their extended family. Also included are photographs of the town of ... More
Barker, John Sydney
Size: 0.5 linear feet Collection ID: MC 00233
The John Sydney Barker papers, 1934-1951, contain Barker’s notebooks, reports, and examinations from several of his forestry classes at North Carolina State College (later North Carolina State University). Classes include ecology, forestry management, logging, and silviculture. Also included are student rosters, a 1939 commencement ... More
Smith, Macon
Size: 4 linear feet (1 archival box, 5 flat folders, 2 boxes) Collection ID: MC 00311
The papers, 1957-1988, of Macon Smith, an architect in Raleigh, North Carolina, contain an autobiography, a timeline of architectural projects, and architectural plans and drawings for various projects. The autobiography contains both personal information relating to Smith's early life, education, and family, as well as professional ... More
Tilman, Robert O.
Size: 27.5 linear feet (28 boxes, 2 legal boxes, 3 half boxes, 2 legal half boxes, 7 cartons) Collection ID: MC 00092
The papers of Robert O. Tilman document his career as assistant and associate professor at Yale University, professor of political science and dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at North Carolina State University, and other professional activities related to Southeast Asian studies. A small part of the collection, ... More
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Watauga Club
Size: 1.75 linear feet (3 archival storage boxes and 1 halfbox.) Collection ID: MC 00229
The Watauga Club Records contain historical and financial records, correspondence, meeting minutes, membership information, publications, and photographs dating from 1884 to 2001. The collection includes information about the founding in 1884 and the Centennial anniversary in 1984 but focuses primarily on publications about the club ... More
Bridges, William Staley
Size: 0.25 linear feet (1 archival half box) Collection ID: MC 00031
The William Staley Bridges Papers contain reports of various individual student experiments made in the Mechanical Engineering Department at North Carolina State College (later North Carolina State University) between 1947 and 1958. William Staley Bridges was a professor of mechanical engineering at North Carolina State College ... More