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Mattox, John D.
Size: 6 linear feet (9 boxes, 1 flat folder) Collection ID: MC 00261
The John D. Mattox Papers contain photographic prints, negatives, and contact sheets, and papers depicting the personal and professional life of John D. Mattox. Personal portraits and snapshots document the lives of Mattox, his wife Mary, their son Douglas, and their extended family. Also included are photographs of the town of ... More
Size: 0.661 megabytes Collection ID: MSS 00030
This collection contains 3 JPG images of photographic prints of All Campus concerts at NC State University, probably in 1970 but possibly in 1971. The images show the bands Chicago Transit and Steppenwolf. There is also an email file with a description of the images. Martha Brinson earned her B.A. from NC State University in 1972. ... More
North Carolina State University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center
Size: 1.5 linear feet (3 archival boxes) Collection ID: MC 00232
Collection contains alumni recollections, photographs, and ephemeral materials documenting the student experience, World War II service, and other aspects of the lives of various alumni of North Carolina State University. The North Carolina State University Alumni/Student Collection was created by the Special Collections Research ... More
North Carolina State University. University Flag Committee
Size: 1.9 linear feet (2 archival boxes, 1 legal-size archival box, 1 16 x 20 inch flat folder, and 1 24 x 36 inch flat folder.) Collection ID: UA 022.049
This collection contains proposals from students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members for North Carolina State University's first official flag. The designs were submitted as part of a contest that took place in 2000. Most are color computer print-outs glued to foam boards. A few of the proposals were hand-colored with ... More