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Hansley, Bill (William T.)
Size: 2.3 linear feet (4 boxes and 1 reel box) Collection ID: MC 00654
The Bill Hansley Photographs, 1985-1990, contain 35mm negatives, 35mm slides, contact sheets, and 8x10 work prints related to events and students at North Carolina State University. These events include numerous football and basketball games as well as other sporting events such as gymnastics, fencing, soccer, and track and field. ... More
North Carolina State University. Department of Athletics
Size: 17 linear feet (10 boxes, 1 half box, 1 flat box, 7 cartons) Collection ID: UA 015.001
This subgroup includes correspondence, reports, personnel files, and news clippings from the North Carolina State University Director of Athletics. Subjects include individual sports such as football, basketball, track and field, and wrestling, as well as the building and renovation of Carter-Finley Stadium. Award certificates and ... More
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North Carolina State University. Media Relations
Size: 238 linear feet (193 archival boxes, 78 legal-sized archival boxes, 7 flat boxes, 19 flat folders, 3 cartons) Collection ID: UA 015.010
The North Carolina State University, Athletics, Media Relations Records contain materials related to nearly every sport that has been played at the university, including sports that are no longer active. Types of materials include: press releases, game/event programs, schedules, rosters, clippings, correspondence, brochures, scoring ... More
Fearn, Robert M.
Size: 1.5 linear feet (3 archival boxes) Collection ID: MC 00239
The papers of Robert M. Fearn, professor emeritus of economics at North Carolina State University, include correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings, and reports relating to his roles as chair of Faculty Senate, Athletics Council member, and economics professor. Information related to athletic affairs, faculty senate, Nelson ... More