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Record #:
10568
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 Lee Humber (public service), Hobson Pittman (fine arts), Vermont Connecticut Royster (literature), Charles Phillips Russell (literature) and Stanley G. Stephens (science) received the award in 1968.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 5, May 1968, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10566
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.' Bernice Kelly Harris (literature), Luther H. Hodges (public service), A. G. Odell, Jr. (fine arts - architect), and Oscar K. Rice (science) received the award in 1966.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 3, May 1966, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10571
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.' Guy Owen (literature), James Hustead Semans and Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans (fine arts), Capus Waynick (public service), and James Edwin Webb, for (creative leadership in the United States program) received the award in 1971. The award to the Semans is the first North Carolina Award given jointly.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 8, Sept 1971, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10567
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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.' Albert Coates (public service), Jonathan Daniels (literature), Carl W. Gottschalk (science), Hiram Houston Merritt Jr. (science), and Benjamin F. Swalin (fine arts - music) received the award in 1967.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 4, May 1967, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10569
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.' Kenneth M. Brinkhous (science), Mary Gordon Latham Kellenberger (public service), Ovid Williams Pierce (literature), and Charles W. Stanford, Jr. (fine arts) received the award in 1969.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 6, May 1969, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10572
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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.' Sidney Alderman Blackmer (fine arts - actor), Edward E. David, Jr. (science), John Ehle, (literature), William Dallas Herring (public service), and Harold Hotelling (science) received the award in 1972.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 9, Oct 1972, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10564
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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.' John N. Couch (science), Inglis Fletcher (literature), John Motley Morehead III (public service), Clarence Poe (public service), and Francis Speight (fine arts) received the award in 1964.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 1, May 1964, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10565
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.' Frank P. Graham (public service), Paul Green (literature), Gerald W. Johnson (author), Hunter Johnson (fine arts), and Frederick A. Wolf received the award in 1965.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 2, May 1965, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10570
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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.' Philip Handler (science), Frances Gray Patton (literature), Henry C. Pearson (fine arts), and Terry Sanford (public service) received the award in 1970.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 7, May 1970, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10579
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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.' Robert Robey Garvey, Jr. (public service), Henry L. Kamphoefner (fine arts), David Coston Sabiston, Jr. (science), Harriet L. Tynes (public service), and Manley Wade Wellman (literature) received the award in 1978.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 15, Nov 1978, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10576
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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.' Foster Fitz-Simons (fine arts), Romare Bearden (fine arts), Richard Walser (literature), Juanita M. Kreps (public service) and C. Clark Cockerham (science) received the award in 1976.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 13, Nov 1976, punnumbered, por
Record #:
10578
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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.' Elizabeth Duncan Koontz (public service), Reginald Glennis Mitchiner (science), Reynolds Price (literature), Joseph Curtis Sloane (fine arts), and Jonathan Williams (fine arts) received the award in 1977.
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North Carolina Awards (NoCar Oversize F 253 N67x), Vol. Issue 14, Nov 1977, punnumbered, por
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
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.' 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