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Filters: North Carolina State University -- Funds and scholarships1950-1959
Dunlap, George H. (George Heyward), 1902-1969
Size: 0.3 linear feet Collection ID: MC 00049
George Heyward Floopy Dunlap (1902-1969) became Director of the Placement Bureau and Student Activities in the School of Textiles at North Carolina State College (later North Carolina State University) in 1947, successfully increasing enrollment and improving teacher-student relations before his retirement in 1965. George H. Dunlap's ... More
Size: 2.75 linear feet (4 archival boxes, 1 archival half box, 1 flatbox) Collection ID: UA 140.007
Contained in this subgroup are records documenting the work of two foundations created to support the research and educational work of the College of Natural Resources (formerly College of Forest Resources) at North Carolina State University. Records of the North Carolina Forestry Foundation from 1939 to 1981 include minutes from ... More
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North Carolina State University. Foundations Accounting and Investment Department
Size: 21 linear feet (14 cartons); 1 website Collection ID: UA 003.081
Collection contains bound volumes of correspondence, deposit slips, bank statements, transfer forms, common funds statements, audit reports, accounting summary reports on NC State University Foundations. The Foundations Accounting & Investments department reports to the Treasurer's Office and is responsible for investment ... More
Size: 4.55 linear feet (7 archival boxes, 1 flatfolder, 1 flatbox, 1 cardbox); 9.26 gigabytes (419 digital files) Collection ID: UA 002.091
The Park Scholarship records contains annual reports, clippings, correspondence, proposals, publications, some historical/biographical material on Roy H. Park, brochures, and a few artifacts. The material dates from 1938 to 2016.There are also some student records in box 3, which are closed to researchers. The Park Scholarships were ... More