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Filters: North Carolina State University -- Societies, etc.1900-1909
Alpha Zeta. North Carolina Chapter
Size: 7.2 linear feet (10 archival boxes, 4 oversized boxes, 1 flat folder) Collection ID: UA 021.426
The records of the North Carolina Chapter (NC State's chapter) of Alpha Zeta include correspondence, meeting minutes, financial information, membership records, the chapter's history, scrapbooks created by the chapter, and other files documenting the chapter, its members, and its activities. This collection also includes a number of ... More
Size: 0.5 linear feet (1 box) Collection ID: UA 021.474
These records of the Leazar Literary Society at North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (later North Carolina State University) contain information about the society's creation, leadership, and activities in the form of minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and program announcements. A few items provide ... More
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North Carolina State University
Size: 29.2 linear feet (14 legal boxes, 2 boxes, 2 flat boxes, 4 flat folders,) Collection ID: UA 021.001
Materials include forms, brochures, clippings, awards, programs, meeting minutes, publications, and correspondence from various North Carolina State University campus organizations. These records highlight numerous student, faculty, and staff interests and concerns related to campus life, national issues, and world affairs. Notable ... More
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North Carolina State University. Student Government
Size: 36 linear feet (30 boxes, 14 cartons); 1716 megabytes; 1 website Collection ID: UA 021.502
The Student Government records contain meeting minutes, agenda, correspondence, news releases, publications, and financial records generated as a result of the establishment and activities of Student Government on NC State University's campus. Of particular interest are documents describing the "Student Rebellion" of 1905 which ... More