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for The State Vol. 1 Issue 50, May 1934
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North Carolina has produced many great women who have played dramatic and interesting roles in the state's history. Grimes makes her case for Cornelia Phillips Spencer as the greatest of them all. She is endeared to North Carolinians for her efforts to close the University of North Carolina when it was being disgraced by the carpet-bag regime, and then working to get it reopened a few years later under a new regime.
In this continuing series of biographical sketches of members of the state legislature, Lucas discusses Reginald Lee Harris of Person County. Harris was elected Speaker of the House in 1933. He has also served on the Advisory Budget Commission and on the old State Educational Commission.
Park discusses what cotton growing and the cotton industry mean to the welfare and progress of North Carolina. Around one-and-half million people are dependent on this one industry alone.