4 collections related to Agricultural experiment stations -- North Carolina

Filter: 1940-1949
Size: 9.75 linear feet (16 archival storage boxes, 1 archival carton, 1 halfbox) Collection ID: UA 101.005
These records contain reports, correspondence, memoranda, and minutes regarding administrative and research activities of the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service; material on the phytotron operations at North Carolina State University and Duke University; a significant amount of correspondence concerning the Mountain ... More
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North Carolina Agricultural Research Service
Size: 114 linear feet (53 cartons, 57 archival boxes, 1 legal box, 2 oversize flat boxes, 1 archival half box, 1 oversize box, 2 flat folders,) Collection ID: UA 101.001
The records of the Office of the Associate Dean and Director of the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service contain reports, correspondence, programs, publications, speeches, minutes, financial information, and committees relating to agricultural research and experiment stations. Also included are materials on the United States ... More
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North Carolina State University. Department of Animal Science
Size: 83.5 linear feet (157 archival boxes, 11 archival halfboxes, 1 flatfolder, 1 archival flatbox and 4 archival slideboxes) Collection ID: UA 100.013
The records of the North Carolina State University Department of Animal Science contain correspondence, newsletters, memoranda, personnel records, brochures and other publications, reports, and grant applications concerning animal husbandry, animal science courses, 4-H, swine evaluation stations, research stations, the North Carolina ... More
North Carolina State University. Soil Science Department
Size: 18.75 linear feet (36 archival boxes and 1 legalbox) Collection ID: UA 100.028
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 ... More