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MSS 00137 Guide to the Joe Ermalovich report and advertisement, 1940 - 1941
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Ermalovich, Joe, 1920-
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Transferred from the Business Affairs Office, Public Safety Division, North Carolina State University, 1981 April 1.
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The Joe Ermalovich report and advertisement consist of a brief 1940 lab report entitled "Determination of Power and Coefficient of Friction." Ermalovich conducted the experiment "to prove that force of friction is proportional to the normal force." It contains the original cover sheet and experiment data sheet,as well as a photocopy of one page of the report. A 1941 advertising poster for Carolina Coach Company, featuring Ermalovich as the campus representative, is also included.
A West Virginia native, Ermalovich attended North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering in the early 1940s. He was the campus representative for Carolina Coach Company in 1941.
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