- Vetville resident in home kitchen
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- Mrs. David Clifton of Warsaw, the pretty blond wife of a sophomore in mechanical engineering, prepares the vegetables for dinner for her family of three. Her trailer home has a gas stove, electric refrigerator, and the other conveniences of modern living. Vetville was the name for a community that sprung up on the edge of NCSU's campus following World War II to house students and their families who were coming to the university under the G.I. Bill. Vetville held residents until the late 1950s when it was demolished to make room for Bragaw Residence Hall.
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