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Filters: North Carolina State University. Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering -- History1950-1959
Randolph, E. E. (Edgar Eugene), 1878-1954
Size: 8.55 linear feet (4 boxes, 1 half box, 2 legal boxes, 1 flat box, 1 flat folder, 2 cartons) Collection ID: MC 00040
The Edgar Eugene Randolph Papers document the Randolph's career as a professor of chemical engineering at North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (later North Carolina State University) as well as his personal life, and activities of his wife, Ora Huffman Randolph. Materials contained in these files include ... More
Ferrell, J. K. (James K.)
Size: 6.5 linear feet (13 archival boxes) Collection ID: MC 00286
The James K. Ferrell Papers, 1940-2000, include publications, reports, memoranda, a scrapbook, and other items demonstrating the history of the North Carolina State University Dept. of Chemical Engineering and the North Carolina State University College of Engineering (formerly the School of Engineering); annual reports, memoranda, ... More
Beatty, K. O. (Kenneth Orion), 1913-
Size: 6 linear feet (12 archival boxes) Collection ID: MC 00546
The Kenneth O. Beatty Papers contain both the professional and personal papers of the North Carolina State University chemical engineering professor. Included are professional and personal correspondence; research proposals; notes, reports, drafts of articles, speeches, and conference papers; university committee files; photographs ... More
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North Carolina State University. Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Size: 2.5 linear feet (2 archival storage boxes, 1 carton) Collection ID: UA 105.010
Includes reports, reprints, proposals, brochures and correspondence from 1947 to 2004 pertaining to chemical related research projects, courses of study, and programs conducted at the college. Courses in chemistry have been taught at North Carolina State University NC State University) since the school was opened in 1889 as the North ... More