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Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society. North Carolina State College Chapter
Size: 9.5 linear feet (12 archival boxes, 2 archival half boxes, 2 cartons) Collection ID: UA 021.495
The records of the North Carolina State University chapter of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, document the formation and evolution of the chapter. These records, containing materials from 1932 to 2015, include correspondence, meeting notes, administrative files, and other documents that detail the club's activities, ... More
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North Carolina State University. Society of Afro-American Culture
Size: 0.5 linear feet (2 archival half boxes) Collection ID: UA 021.513
The Society of Afro-American Culture Records include information about the organization’s leadership, activities, and concerns in the form of administrative records, newsletters, newspaper clippings, national newspapers, correspondence, and event advertisements. The materials address a range of topics related directly to North ... More
Southern Student Organizing Committee. North Carolina State University Chapter
Size: 0.5 linear feet (1 archival box) Collection ID: UA 021.498
The records of the North Carolina State University Chapter of the Southern Student Organizing Committee include an undated notice about the campus chapter organizational meeting, a newsletter regarding the campus traveler program, a copy of the May 2, 1969, Technician, a notice regarding prisoners held at the San Francisco Presidio ... More
State College Woman's Club (North Carolina State College)
Size: 19.3 linear feet (12 boxes, 4 legal boxes, 14 flat boxes, 6 flat folders, 1 oversize box) Collection ID: UA 021.509
The records of the State College Woman's Club (later the North Carolina State University Woman's Club) document the club's history and activities from 1919 to 2012 and include the club constitution and by-laws, annual reports, yearbooks, historical scrapbooks, photographs, membership lists, committee reports, newsletters, ... More
North Carolina State University. Alumni Association. States Mates
Size: 3 linear feet (6 archival boxes) Collection ID: UA 021.501
The records of the North Carolina State University State's Mates include reports, programs, correspondence, photographs, clippings, bulletins, minutes, membership information, and yearbooks. The majority of the materials date from the late 1950s to the early 1970s. State’s Mates was organized in the fall of 1947 by the State College ... More
Size: 0.25 linear feet (1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 021.505
The records of the North Carolina State University Order of the Thirty and Three contain meeting minutes, membership rosters, their constitution, general information about the Order, and a commemorative scrapbook assembled by the class of 1990. The Order of Thirty and Three was founded at NC State on 22 May 1931, to promote ... More
Size: 0.5 linear feet (1 archival box); 70.08 Megabytes Collection ID: UA 021.503
The records of the Delta Rho Chapter (North Carolina State University’s chapter) of the Theta Chi Fraternity include by-laws, newspaper clippings, newsletters, social event fliers, campus organization information sheets, and miscellaneous papers relating to the fraternity. Theta Chi is a social fraternity which seeks to provide an ... More
Size: 6 linear feet (3 archival storage boxes, 3 cartons) Collection ID: UA 021.504
The records of the Rho Chapter (North Carolina State University's chapter) of the Theta Tau Engineering Fraternity include attendance records, correspondence, meeting minutes, bylaws, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographic prints and slides, the fraternity periodical (Gear of Theta Tau), a published history of the Rho ... More
Size: 0.25 linear feet (1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 021.506
The records of the Tompkins Textile Student Council at North Carolina State University contain correspondence, meeting minutes, and other general information on the Council, its members, and its activities. The Council is student-run, and acts as the chief governing body over all other student clubs and organizations within the ... More
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Size: 6.75 linear feet (13 boxes, 1 half box) Collection ID: UA 023.012
The University Archives Photograph Collection, College of Engineering Photographs, 1915-1993, mainly includes photographs of the faculty, staff, and students of various departments within the College of Engineering. A significant number of photographs documents research studies and laboratory work and equipment. Also included are ... 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
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North Carolina State University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center
Size: 1 linear foot (1 Album) Collection ID: UA 023.026
This collections contains images of Raleigh and the surrounding Triangle area taken by North Carolina State University students and staff photographers from 1884 to 1997. Included in the collection are images of the North Carolina State Fair and the downtown area of Raleigh. The Triangle area gets its name from the Research Triangle ... 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