Research Triangle Foundation Records, 1955-1999


Research Triangle Foundation Records, 1955-1999


The Research Triangle Foundation (RTF) is the owner and developer of Research Triangle Park, N.C., a research park housing research institutes and other businesses in Piedmont North Carolina. Records of the Research Triangle Foundation include files of predecessor organizations and other organizations related to the planning and development of the Research Triangle Park, among them the Pinelands Company, Inc.; the Research Triangle Committee, Inc.; the Triangle Service Center; and the Research Triangle Regional Planning Commission. Also included are materials relating to the Research Triangle Institute and the Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies, Inc. Files contain correspondence, memoranda, agendas and minutes of meetings, financial records, legal documents, maps, plats, architectural drawings, speeches, promotional materials, newspaper clippings, publications of Research Triangle Park organizations, reference materials, photographs, slides, film, and audiocassettes and tapes. These materials document the daily operations of the above organizations, including the recruitment and relocation of businesses and other organizations to the Research Triangle Park; land acquisition and land management; city and infrastructure planning; zoning; research and administrative facilities development; community outreach; fundraising; promotion of the Research Triangle Park area to various industries; publicity for press conferences and special events; and budgeting, loan repayment, and management of other financial operations. The materials also document the work of key figures in the development of the Foundation, Park, Institute, and related organizations, including Elizabeth Aycock; Archie K. Davis; Romeo Guest; George R. Herbert; George Watts Hill; Luther Hodges; Ned E. Huffman; G. Akers Moore, Jr.; James B. Shea, Jr.; George L. Simpson; and Pearson H. Stewart.

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click here to view the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History entry for Peter Witt Peter Witt (1869-1948) was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 24, 1869 to Christopher Witt and Anna Probeck Witt. He received only five years of formal schooling. He began working as a printer's devil in 1882, and then he entered the metal trades as a moulder, became involved in union activities, and after a strike, was blacklisted in his trade. He soon became interested in politics ...

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Fieldcrest Mills was a Marshall Fields Company that produced an assortment of textiles including blankets, bedspreads, towels, bed sheets, bath accessories, bath rugs, rugs and furniture coverings; their warehouses were located in Draper, Leaksville and Spray, North Carolina. These three towns combined in 1967 to become Eden, North Carolina. The company changed in 1986 when Fieldcrest Mills merged with Cannon Mills of Kannapolis, North Carolina, becoming Fieldcrest Cannon, Inc. Then in 1997 the ...

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The Association of American Railroads formed in 1934 primarily to represent the freight railroad industry. The East Broad Top Railroad and Coal Company was a short-line narrow gauge railroad, chartered in 1856 and built in 1872-1874 to service the coal fields of the remote Broad Top Mountain area of south-central Pennsylvania and to haul that product to the Pennsylvania Railroad at Mount Union or to on-line iron furnaces. The East Broad Top ceased operations in 1956 but ...

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Residential psychiatric hospital located in Asheville, N.C. and partly operated by Duke University from 1944 through 1980. From the description of Highland Hospital papers, 1934-1980. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 60812123 Duke Health Sector Conferences (formerly known as The Private Sector Conferences) are a series of healthcare-related conferences hosted by Duke University Medical Center and Health System. From the description of Duke Health Sector Con...

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Little, William F. (William Frederick), 1929-2009 (person)

Born in Hickory, North Carolina on 11 November 1929. Education: B.S. Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Lenoir-Rhyme College (1950), M.S. Physical Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1952), Ph.D. Organic Chemistry, Univeristy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1954). Employment: 1955-1956 Reed College, 1956-1992 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1957-1958, 1987-2002, 1990- Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina. From the description of Oral history...

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Textile manufacturer, politician, and United States Senator from North Caroina (1958-1972). From the description of Benjamin Everett Jordan papers, 1936-1974 and undated, (bulk 1958-1972). (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 25149903 1896, Sept. 8 Born, Ramseur, Randolph County, N. C., son of the Rev. Henry Harrison and Annie Elizabeth Sellers Jordan ...

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Minneapolis, MN. From the description of Pamphlet and handbill, ca.1930. (College of Physicians of Philadelphia). WorldCat record id: 122364952 In 1893 the Washburn-Crosby Company of Minneapolis opened a Buffalo office from which to distribute its flour throughout the East. A Buffalo flour mill followed in 1904, and in 1928 General Mills was organized with Washburn-Crosby as its nucleus. Washburn-Crosby was dissolved in 1937. General Mills Buffalo operations include a cereal...

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Bendix Aviation Corp. (corporateBody)

Hunt, James B. (James Bennett), 1799-1857 (person)

Harris Corp. (corporateBody)

Collier Carbon and Chemical Corp. (corporateBody)

Martin, James (person)

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Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

National Center for Air Pollution Control (corporateBody)

American Institute of Architects (corporateBody)

The Western Association of Architects (WAA) was founded in Chicago in 1884 as a rival organization of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Members consisted of architects from the Midwest and the South with chapters forming in many states. The WAA was the first architectural organization to petition for licensure of architects. Many architects were members of both WAA and AIA and a decision was made in 1889 for WAA to merge with AIA. From the guide to the Papers of the Western...

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Bell Aircraft Corp. (corporateBody)

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Arkla Air Conditioning Corp. (corporateBody)

Foremost Dairies (corporateBody)

Hardwood Research Council (corporateBody)

Corn Products Refining Co. (corporateBody)

Hodges, Luther Hartwell, 1898-1974 (person)

Luther Hartwell Hodges began his career as an executive for Marshall Field & Comapny, 1919-1950. He was later consultant to the Economic Cooperation Administration, 1950-1951; lieutenant governor, 1953- 1954, and governor, 1956-1960, of North Carolina; United Sates Secretary of Commerce, 1961-1965; head of the Research Triangle Foundation, 1966-1972; and president of Rotary International, 1967-1968. From the description of Luther Hartwell Hodges papers, 1947-1969. WorldCat record...

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National Institute of Dry Cleaning (corporateBody)

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William S. Merrell Co. (corporateBody)

Breest Eichhorn & Co. (corporateBody)

Duke University. Comprehensive Cancer Center (corporateBody)

The Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center became one of the nation's first cancer centers in December 1971 after the passage of the National Cancer Act. In 1973, the Duke Cancer Center was designated a comprehensive cancer center by the National Cancer Institute. The comprehensive status recognizes centers for excellence in research and for other contributions in the areas of clinical trials, prevention and control efforts, information and educational offerings, and outreach and service activities. T...

Varian Associates. (corporateBody)

In 1989 Varian Associates established an oral history project. The primary objective of the project was to document the management philosophies that shaped the Varian organization and to provide insights into how those philosophies contributed to the company's evolution. The secondary objective was to record how the company's principal product lines evolved and their significance. The first phase of the project focused on the period prior to the formation of Varian Associates throught 1969. The ...

Ivey-Taylor Co. (corporateBody)

Wall, Monroe E. (person)

Weyerhaueser Co. (corporateBody)

P. Lorillard Co., Inc. (corporateBody)

Ashton, Sam (person)

Troxler Electronic (corporateBody)

Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. (corporateBody)

Chatham Manufacturing Co. (corporateBody)

Eaton Manufacturing Co. (corporateBody)

Memorial Fund, Inc. (corporateBody)

City Planning and Architectural Associates (corporateBody)

Stauffer Chemical Co. (corporateBody)

Southern Dyestuffs Co. (corporateBody)

Earl Reiss, Inc. (corporateBody)

Jamesbury Corp. (corporateBody)

Daughtry, Kay (person)

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp. (corporateBody)

Physicians for Social Responsibility. (corporateBody)

Professional Examination Service (corporateBody)

Burlington Industries, Inc. (corporateBody)

Burlington Industries, Inc., founded by James Spencer Love (1896-1962), opened its first cotton manufacturing plant in 1924 in Burlington, N.C., with 200 employees. (An early name was Burlington Mills Corporation; the name was changed to Burlington Industries, Inc. in 1955.) The company grew quickly by switching to rayon manufacturing. During the 1920s and 1930s, Burlington added plants, a New York City sales office, and, in 1935, moved its corporate headquarters from Burlington to Greensboro, N...

Thomson, Dwight J. (person)

Vanadium Corporation of America (corporateBody)

National Library of Medicine. (corporateBody)

Mallinckroot Chemical Works (corporateBody)

M. W. Kellogg Co. (corporateBody)

Fisher & Harrison Printing Co. (corporateBody)

Bigelow-Sanford, Inc. (corporateBody)

Bissett-Berman (corporateBody)

Sumitomo (corporateBody)

Bunker-Ramo Corp. (corporateBody)

Storr Sales Co. (corporateBody)

American Oil Co. (corporateBody)

Penny Furniture Co. (corporateBody)

Job P. Wyatt & Sons Co. (corporateBody)

Phillips-Davis, Inc. (corporateBody)

Ragland, Trent (person)

Hall-Wynne and Co. (corporateBody)

Castleberry, J. L., Jr. (person)

T. A. Loving and Co. (corporateBody)

McMahon Electro-Optics (corporateBody)

United States Department of Agriculture: Soil Erosion Laboratory (corporateBody)

Carnation Co. (corporateBody)

Racine Hydraulics & Machinery, Inc. (corporateBody)

May, Claude M. (person)

General Dynamics (corporateBody)

Capital Coca-Cola Bottling Co. (corporateBody)

Shinn Engineering, Inc. (corporateBody)

Ohio Oil Co. (corporateBody)

Spindletop Research, Inc. (corporateBody)

Atlantic Aerial Surveys, Inc. (corporateBody)

Public Service Company of North Carolina (corporateBody)

Ciba Seeds (corporateBody)

Lowe's Durham Hardware, Inc. (corporateBody)

Carr, George Watts, Jr. (person)

Scott Paper Co. (corporateBody)

Donaldson Co. (corporateBody)

Benjamin Foster Co. (corporateBody)

O'Neale, Mark (person)

Hoerner-Waldorf Corp. (corporateBody)

Pittsburgh Plate Glass (corporateBody)

Consulate General of Japan (corporateBody)

Owners and Tenants Association (corporateBody)

Montgomery and Aldridge (corporateBody)

Gates Rubber Co. (corporateBody)

SIECOR (corporateBody)

Union Bag Camp Paper Corp. (corporateBody)

Advisory Budget Commission (corporateBody)

Hobart Laboratories (corporateBody)

Smith-Corona Marchant Inc. (corporateBody)

Durham Coca Cola Bottling Co. (corporateBody)

Hammarlund Manufacturing Co. (corporateBody)

John D. Latimer and Associates, Inc. (corporateBody)

J. P. Stevens Co. (corporateBody)

Durham County Wildlife Club (corporateBody)

Walker Martin, Inc. (corporateBody)

Linear, Inc. (corporateBody)

Engineering Associates (corporateBody)

Linde Co. (corporateBody)

Galloway, Alex (person)

Piedmont Associated Industries (corporateBody)

Thompson Ramo Woolridge Inc. (corporateBody)

American meteorological society (corporateBody)

Jones & Frasier Co. (corporateBody)

Robert and Company Associates (corporateBody)

Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies, Inc. (corporateBody)

Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. (corporateBody)

Lockheed Aircraft Corp. (corporateBody)

Wilson, Louis R. (person)

Diener and Associates (corporateBody)

Duke University (corporateBody)

Federal Aviation Agency (corporateBody)

During and after the Second World War, the Washington D.C. metropolitan area was served by only one airport, Washington National Airport (now known as Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport). However, the growing demand for airport capacity caused Congress to pass the second Washington Airport Act of 1950, which provided for the "construction, protection, operation, and maintenance of a public airport in or in the vicinity of the District of Columbia." Eight years lat...

National Cash Register Co. (corporateBody)

O'Heron, Ken (person)

Bingham Consulting Engineers and Architects (corporateBody)

Oceanographic Society (corporateBody)

American heart association (corporateBody)

Hill, George Watts, 1901-1993 (person)

George Watts Hill (1901-1993) of Durham, N.C., was the son of John Sprunt Hill (b. 1869) and father of George Watts Hill Jr. (1926-2002). He worked in hospital administration, banking, insurance, and other industries. A University of North Carolina alumnus, he served on the University of North Carolina System Board of Trustees and later the University of North Carolina System Board of Governors, and was involved, with other Hill family members, in much financial support for the University of Nor...

National Center for Biological Education (corporateBody)

Pechiney (corporateBody)

Hallicrafters, Inc. (corporateBody)

Research Trianlge Foundation. (corporateBody)

The private, not-for-profit Research Triangle Foundation (RTF) owns the Research Triangle Park (RTP), an internationally recognized center for research and development on a 6,900-acre campus in North Carolina's Piedmont region. RTP is named for the triangle formed by the three cities and universities closely associated with the development of multi-disciplinary research strengths in the Park: the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University in Raleigh...

Astra (corporateBody)

Brown Brothers Plumbing and Heating Co. (corporateBody)

Gulf Oil Corp. (corporateBody)

Durham and Southern Railway Co. (corporateBody)

Joh. Kleinewefers Sohne (corporateBody)

Tutu, Desmond (person)

Swingline (corporateBody)

Elliott S. Wood Foundation (corporateBody)

Pure Food and Drug Administration (corporateBody)

United Airlines (corporateBody)

Patterson Travel Service (corporateBody)

Crown Zellerbach Corp. (corporateBody)

Western Union (corporateBody)

Environmental Health Center (corporateBody)

Hercules, Inc. (corporateBody)

Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. (corporateBody)

International Paper Co. (corporateBody)

Ned E. Huffman (person)

Allied Chemical Corp.: Solvay Process Division (corporateBody)

Flamort Chemical Co. (corporateBody)

American Brands, Inc. (corporateBody)

Airesearch Co. (corporateBody)

Phillips, Craig (person)

North Carolina State University. School of Engineering (corporateBody)