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Milton Harris Papers, 1925-1996

6. Newspaper Clippings. 1938-1984, undated.

The small Newspaper Clippings series augments the larger volume of clippings collected by Harris into the multiple scrapbooks itemized in Series 3 of the Harris Papers.

2 box

Box 6.001 (Page: 1)

Newspaper Clippings. 1938-1984, undated.
"Why America's Got So Many Jobs," by Drucker. The Wall Street Journal [incomplete]. January 24, 1984.
"Fiber Experts Here." unknown publication, November 1946.
"Named to New Post in Textile Research." unknown publication, 1939.
"Textile Alumni Hear Researcher." unknown publication, 1950.
"Nine Get M.S. Degrees at ITT Graduation." Southern Textile News, Charlotte, NC. [given to Harris by John J. Lambert] June 21, 1958.
"Nine Receive Degrees in ITT Commencement." Charlotteville, Va. Progress. [given to Harris by John J. Lambert] June 12, 1958.
"Medalist." Washington Post. [laminated in bookmark form] April 26, 1966.
"Scientists Called Unsure of Role." [New York] Morning Tribune. February 1, 1961.
"Drug Fair Declares 50 Pct. Stock Melon, Four Directors Added."The Evening Star (Washington, DC). May 10, 1960.
"No, The Sky Really Isn't Falling," by Steve Knickermeter. unknown publication. undated.
"At Textile Research Institute Parley." unknown publication. December 1938.
"Research Head Will Address N.C. Chemists." unknown publication. undated.
"Longer-Wear[ing] Cotton For[ever]." unknown publication. undated.
"17 D.C. Chemists Among '100 Best'." unknown publication. undated.
"Wool." unknown publication. undated.
"Uncovers Secret of Wool Elasticity." New York Times. 1943-1944.
"Directors." Unknown Newspaper. undated.
"AIC Scroll Goes to Alfred Brown." Chemical and Engineering News. undated.
"Mrs. Stern's Volunteerism Recalled in Gift." Memphis Press-Scimitar. undated.