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for The State Vol. 1 Issue 11, Aug 1933
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Although he says that every individual has interesting points, Livingstone chooses three to discuss. They are Frank Graham, president of the University of North Carolina; Charles W. Tillett, Sr., veteran Charlotte lawyer; and Beatrice Cobb, editor of the MORGANTON NEWS-HERALD.
H. H. Honeycutt is warden of the State Prison in Raleigh. He began work as a prison guard in 1902 and served under three wardens before being named warden. The state installed the electric chair for executions in 1910. Honeycutt has witnessed 125 executions.