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Cameron School of Business records

Identifier: UA-ARCH-2011-17.01

Scope and Contents

Slides and photographs of Cameron School of Business events, faculty members and students especially from Business Week. Also includes general UNCW photographs such as aerial scenes.


  • Circa 1970-2000
  • Other: Date acquired: 10/06/2012


Conditions Governing Access

There are no access restrictions

Conditions Governing Use

The content described is copyrighted and presented courtesy of the University of North Carolina Wilmington Randall Library. This material may be used for educational and scholarship purposes provided: a) proper attribution accompanies any use of the content; b) the use, copy, republication, display, and/or distribution is not for commercial purposes; and c) you may not alter, add to, change, modify, or revise the subject content.


1.50 Linear Feet (2 containers, including 1 Full-Size Letter Document Box and 1 Archival Bankers Box) : Acid-free, buffered, archival containers ; Full-Size Letter Document Box [12.25d, 10.25h, 5w inches] extent measured by width; Archival Bankers Box [12d, 10h, 15w inches] extent measured by width



Arrangement Note


Source of Acquisition

Ms. Debra Helin, Administrative Associate, Cameron School of Business

Method of Acquisition


Related Materials

Bankers Box (Box 2) of this collection contains 4 boxes of 35 mm. microfilm of commencement photos from the 1990s, as well as CDs of photos and other information. Box 2 is not processed.

Processing Information

Shares a box with AMS 025.02 Box 2.The processed photographs and slides have been identified and the slides have been digitized and linked to finding guide. There is an unprocessed bankers box (Box 2) of media, microfilm reels of negatives from commencement ceremonies, and CDs that came in with this collection.

Cameron School of Business records
Eliot Ward
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Repository Details

Part of the University Archives Repository