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MC 00194 Guide to the Lemuel Goode Papers, 1961-1972
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Gift of Lemuel Goode, July 1986 (accession no. 1986-0016)
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The Lemuel Goode Papers contain correspondence, predominantly letters regarding Polled Dorset sheep; publications such as the Annual Foundation Polled Dorset Show and Sale (1959-1967), Esso Farm News (Spring 1957), AgriLife (Spring 1966), Extension Farm-News (April 1955), and New England Shepherd (December 1956). The collection also includes news clippings, the bulk of which relate to Goode's work developing Polled Dorset sheep. See also: The NCSU University Archives Photograph Collection, (Agricultural Extension and Research series (UA 023.007), contains photos Goode took of sheep.
Lemuel Goode (1919-1995), a native of West Virginia, graduated from West Virginia University in 1942. A decorated veteran of World War II, Goode served in the Philippines as a first lieutenant in the United States Army. In 1993, Goode received the Distinguished Service Cross, the nation's second-highest military decoration. Goode was a professor of Animal Husbandry (animal science) at North Carolina State College (later North Carolina State University) and internationally known for developing the Polled Dorset sheep in 1955. Goode began his career at North Carolina State College in 1947 and retired in 1986. Goode was married to Lucy Winston Goode and father of two children, daughter Candace G. Vick and son, Charles Goode.
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