4 collections related to Raleigh (N.C.)

Filters: North Carolina State University -- HistoryNorth Carolina State University -- Societies, etc.Has digitial content
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Size: 1.5 linear feet (2 archival boxes, 2 archival half boxes) Collection ID: UA 021.516
The records of the Delta Lambda Phi fraternity, Beta Alpha Chapter (North Carolina State University's chapter) contain meeting minutes, the constitution and by-laws, a history of the chapter, photographs, newspaper articles about the chapter, and other general information. Delta Lambda Phi is a national social fraternity for gay men. ... 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
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Society of Women Engineers. North Carolina State University Student Section
Size: 2.45 linear feet (4 archival boxes, 1 archival half-box, 1 flat folder) Collection ID: UA 021.497
The Society of Women Engineers, North Carolina State University Student Section records include materials related to the operation and governance of the organization, official correspondence, and materials related to the organization's activities. The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) was founded in 1950 as an educational and service ... More
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Size: 0.25 linear feet (1 archival half box) Collection ID: UA 021.500
The records of the North Carolina State University State Gay Community include clippings, fliers for events and activities the club sponosored, resources on gay lifestyles and issues, an issue of the club's newsletter, and other general information about the club and its activities. The State Gay Community was established at North ... More