UA 120.021 Preliminary Inventory of the North Carolina State University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Sociology and Anthropology Records, 1947-2010
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[Card Box 21]
[Card Box 22]
[Card Box 23]
[Card Box 24]
[Card Box 27]
[Box 47, Folder 2]
[Box 47, Folder 3]
[Legal Box 44]
[Card Box 45]
[Box 47, Folder 6]
North Carolina State University. Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology.
54.79 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
32 cartons, 3 boxes, 3 legalboxes, 3 half boxes, 6 cardboxes
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Transferred from North Carolina State University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Processed by: Hermann J. Trojanowski; machine-readable finding aid created by: Steven Mandeville-Gamble; Finding aid updated by Cate Putirskis, 2009 January, October; 2010 August-September; 2011 January
2009-2011, 2012, Finding aid updated to reflect additions to the collection by Cate Putirskis, 2009 January, October; 2010 August-September; 2011 January ; Finding aid updated with additions to the collection by Cathy Dorin-Black, 2011, 2012
The records of the North Carolina State University Department of Sociology and Anthropology contain correspondence, memoranda, curricula guides, handbooks, study guides, cards from a departmental card catalog, photographs of former faculty, publications, accreditation standards regarding farm policy review, community council, curricula, research progress reports, international programs, community development extension programs, and the Ellen Winston Lecture and Development FundMaterial. These records also include information about a rural economic development training program in Pakistan. This collection primarily consists of the files of Ronald C. Wimberley, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology Head. Materials range in date from 1911 to 2010.
The North Carolina State University Department of Sociology and Anthropology dates back to 1920. The Department has programs of study, research, extension and outreach in two colleges, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, CHASS, and the College of Agriculture and LifeSciences, CALS.
Additional information and resources on the history of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology can be found through the NCSU Historical State website .
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[Identification of item], North Carolina State University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Sociology and Anthropology Records, UA 120.021, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC
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