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Publicity Man No. 1


Abstract:
Bill Sharpe, a somewhat obscure newspaperman beyond his home territory of Winston-Salem, has become known in the last two years all over North Carolina and throughout the country. On July 1, 1937, Governor Clyde Hoey appointed him head of the News Bureau of the State Advertising Commission which was then in the Department of Conservation and Development. This article describes Sharpe's work as the state's top publicist.
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