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MSS 00110 Guide to the James W. Clark Papers, 1973 - 1996
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Clark, James William, 1943-
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Received from James W. Clark, Jr., 1978 May 16 and 1996 May 23.
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The James William Clark Papers consist of news clippings, reports, and papers relating to the Transition program, an educational and social program for a limited number of freshmen. The papers also contain brochures and pamphlets relating to the North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame, including the inductions of Guy Owen and Richard Walser.
James W. Clark, Jr. (1943- ), was the director of the Humanities Extension from 1993 until and a professor in the English Department from 1967 until. Clark received his bachelor's degree in English from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill (1965) , and his master's degree (1967) and Ph. D. (1970) in English from Duke University. He has authored numerous publications, including Clover All Over. He has been involved in various professional associations, including the Thomas Wolfe Society.
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