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- Interview with Irwin Holmes
- This interview was conducted in the home of Irwin Holmes in Durham, North Carolina. Holmes discusses his family background; memories of racial segregation in Durham during the 1940s and 1950s; the role of sports in his high school and college experiences; entering North Carolina State University as one of the first African American students to matriculate in 1956; experiences as a student and athlete; playing on the NC State tennis team under Coach Kenfield; and changes in Durham, Raleigh, and NC State since his youth.
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Digital video recording, sound, color
- 2:00:04 hours
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- Holmes, Irwin R. more info on Holmes, Irwin R., 1939-
- Ferris, Virginia L. more info on Ferris, Virginia L.
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Holmes, Irwin R.
more info on Holmes, Irwin R., 1939-
Kenfield, John more info on Kenfield, John
Ferris, Virginia L. more info on Ferris, Virginia L.
North Carolina State University -- History more info on North Carolina State University -- History
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NC State Institutional Histories
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- North Carolina State Oral Histories (MC00449) held by Special Collections Research Center at NC State University Libraries
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