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Colonel E. B. Watson is chairman and chief executive officer of Charlotte-based Security Forces, Inc., the largest privately-owned security agency in the southeast. Watson formerly served in the United States Marine Corps. This article discusses Watson’s background and accomplishments within the security firm.
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32902
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The history of Duke University and its medical center is a major part of the history of improving health care for the people of North Carolina since 1930. This article discusses the history and contributions of the Duke Medical Center to health care, education, and medical research.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 39 Issue 10, Oct 1981, p18-21, il, por
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32901
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Dewey L. Trogdon is chairman and chief executive officer of Cone Mills Corporation in Greensboro. This article discusses Trogdon’s background in business and the textile industry.
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32903
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The City and County of Durham is an area specialized in medical and health-related industries. Proclaimed as the “City of Medicine,” Durham is the center of prominent medical centers, hospitals, research, and health services.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 39 Issue 10, Oct 1981, p21-46, il, por
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32905
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The 1981 General Assembly appropriated over four-million dollars to build horse show facilities in Raleigh and Asheville. The care, breeding, and showing of horses in North Carolina has become big business. Horse shows and equine events, such as races and steeplechases, are gaining in popularity and becoming important contributors to the state’s economy.
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