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MSS 00186 Guide to the William T. Hunt student materials, 1936 - 1940
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Received from William T. Hunt, 1986 November 6
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The William T. Hunt student materials consists of a 1936 photograph of Hunt, a 1937 student registration card and athletic ticket, his 1939 - 1940 dormitory assignment, and an English 101 examination from North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (now North Carolina State University).
William T. Hunt (1919 - 2003) graduated from North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering in 1940. He was a professor of electrical engineering at the City College of New York before retiring to North Carolina in 1974.
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