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MSS 00200 Guide to the Julius Paul McAdams letters and commencement invitation, 1923 - 1925
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McAdams, Julius Paul, Jr., 1903-1965
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Received from F. Duval Craven, 1989 March 10.
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The Julius Paul McAdams, Jr., letters and commencement invitation consists of two letters, 1923, from McAdams to his first cousin, F. Duval Craven. Also included is a North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (now North Carolina State University) commencement invitation and program from 1925.
Julius Paul McAdams (1903 - 1965) received a bachelor's degree in textile manufacturing from North Carolina State College in 1925.
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