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Record #:
10574
Abstract:
The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' James B. Wyngaarden (science), Thad G. Stem, Jr. (literature), William C. Fields (fine arts), and Ellen Black Winston (public service) received the award in 1974.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 11, Oct 1974, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10580
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The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Archie K. Davis (public service), John D. deButts (public service), Harry Golden (literature), Walter Gordy (science), and Sam Ragan (literature) received the award in 1979.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 16, Nov 1979, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10581
Abstract:
The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Fred Chappell (literature), George H. Hitchings (science), Dan K. Moore (public service), Jeanelle C. Moore (public service), and Robert Lindgren (fine arts) received the award in 1980.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 17, Nov 1980, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10575
Abstract:
The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Robert Ward (fine arts composer), Doris W. Betts (literature), William C. Friday (public service), and John L. Etchells (science) received the award in 1975.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 12, Oct 1975, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10573
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The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Helen Smith Bevington (literature), Ellis Brevier Cowling (science), Burke Davis (literature), Sam J. Ervin (public service), and Kenneth Ness (fine arts) received the award for 1973.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 10, Oct 1973, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10583
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The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Nancy Winborn Chase (public service), Floyd W. Denny, Jr. (science), Willie Snow Ethridge (literature), R. Philip Hanes, Jr. (fine arts) and Selma Hortense Burke (fine arts) received the award in 1982.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 19, November 1982, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10590
Abstract:
The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Leon Rooke (literature), H. Keith H. Brodie (science), Bob Timberlake (fine arts), Dean Wallace Colvard (public service), and Frank H. Kenan (public service) received the award in 1990.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 27, Nov 1990, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10588
Abstract:
The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Edith London (fine arts), Pedro Cuatrecasas (science), Charles Edward Eaton (literature), William S. Lee (public service), and David Brinkley (public service) received the award in 1988.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 25, Nov 1988, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10587
Abstract:
The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Joseph M. Bryan (public service), Billy Graham (public service), A. R. Ammons (literature), Ernest L. Eliel (science), and Doc Watson (fine arts) received the award in 1986.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 23, Nov 1986, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10582
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The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Adeline McCall (fine arts), Vivian T. Stannett (science), Glen Rounds (literature), Tom Wicker (literature), Ralph H. Scott (public service) received the award in 1981.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 18, Dec 1981, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10589
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The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Loonis McGlohon (fine arts), Gertrude B. Elion (science), Ronald Bayes (literature), Maxine M. Swalin (public service), and Roy Park (public service) received the award in 1989.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 26, Oct 1989, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10585
Abstract:
The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Maud Gatewood (fine arts), Robert L. Hill (science), Lee Smith (literature), George Watts Hill (public service), Joseph Mitchell (literature), and Andy Griffith (fine arts) received the award in 1984.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 21, Nov 1984, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10586
Abstract:
The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Irwin Fridovich (science), Claude F. Howell (fine arts), J. Gordon Hanes, Jr. (public service), and Wilma Dykeman (literature) received the award in 1985.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 22, Nov 1985, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10584
Abstract:
The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Heather Ross Miller (literature), Frank Guthrie (science), Mary Dalton and Harry Dalton (fine arts), and Hugh Morton (public service) received the award in 1983.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 20, Nov 1983, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10597
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The North Carolina Award is the highest honor the state can bestow on its citizens. Suggested by Dr. Robert Lee Humber of Greenville and instituted by the 1961 General Assembly, the award recognizes 'notable accomplishments by North Carolina citizens in the fields of scholarship, research, the fine arts, and public leadership.' Frank Arthur Daniels Jr. (public service), Julia Jones Daniels (public service), Knut Schmidt-Nielsen (science), Robert G. Parr (science), Allan Gurganus (literature), Jill McCorkle (literature), Frank L. Horton (fine arts), Herb Jackson (fine arts), and General Henry H. Shelton (public service) received the award in 1999.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 36, Nov 1999, punnumbered, por