Finding Aid of the Terry Sanford Governor's Papers, Clipping File, 1960 - 1965, MARS Number 368.4


Finding Aid of the Terry Sanford Governor's Papers, Clipping File, 1960 - 1965, MARS Number 368.4


Terry Sanford was born in Laurinburg, N.C. on August 20, 1917 to Cecil L. Sanford and Elizabeth Martin Sanford. After graduating from the University of North Carolina, he work for two years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and then served in World War II as a member of the 517th Parachute Combat Team. Sanford returned to the University of North Carolina for his law degree and, after two years as assistant director of the Institute of Government, began practicing in Fayetteville in 1948. He served as president of the North Carolina Young Democratic Clubs in 1949 and as a state senator from 1953-1955. The following year he managed former Governor W. Kerr Scott's campaign for the United States Senate. On June 25, 1960, he was nominated as the Democratic candidate for governor; he won the election and served as governor from 1961-1965.
This collection contains the clipping files of the Governor's Office from 1960-1965.

Descriptive Summary

Terry Sanford Governor's Papers, Clipping File
Call Number
MARS Number 368.4
Sanford, Terry, 1917-1998.
1960 - 1965
24.00 boxes
State Archives of North Carolina

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], MARS Number 368.4, Terry Sanford Governor's Papers, Clipping File, 1960-1965, State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC, USA.

Arrangement Note

With the exception of Boxes 22-24, these clippings are keyed to alphabetical subject headings used by the Governor's Office and, within these subject headings, they are arranged chronologically in two periods: 1960-1962 and 1963-1965. Boxes 22-24 contain clippings which are not keyed to subject heading, but which have been arranged chronologically.

Biographical Note


Contents of the Collection

1. Clipping File,1960-1965

Clipping File Key,1960-1962
Box 1
Files By Subject,1960-1962
ABC Board - Blue, Clifton, Column
Bond Election - Conservation, Department of
Box 2
Capital Clipboard - Democrats, Forsyth County
Box 3
Democrats, Gaston County - Education, Drop Out problem
Box 4
Education, federal aid to education - Former Governors
Box 5
GOP - General Assmebly, Minimum Wage Bill
Box 6
General Assembly, Revenue Bill - Highway Commission, Bridge Projects
Box 7
Highway Commission, Burch Case - National Guard, General
Box 8
National Guard, Promotions - Prisons, General
Box 9
Prisons, Capital Punishment - Youth Fitness
Box 10
Clipping File Key,1963-1965
Box 11
Files By Subjects,1963-1965
Administration, Department of - Civil Defense
Confederate Centennial Commission - Democrats, Dan Moore
Box 12
Democrats, Richardson Preyer - Dome, Under the,1963
Box 13
Dome, Under the, - Employment Security Commission, 1964-1965
Box 14
Ford Foundation (North Carolina Fund) - Genreal Assembly, Name Change
Box 15
General Assembly, State Senatorial Redistricting - Special Session
Box 16
GOP - Industrial Development, General
Box 17
Industrial Development, Eastern Noth Carolina - Negro Press,1963
Box 18
Negro Press, - President Johnson's Visit, 1964
Box 19
Poverty, War on - Revenue, Department of
Box 20
Sandford Administration - Youth Fitness
Box 21
Files Chronologically Arranged
Box 22
January 1962 - October 20, 1962
October 21, 1962 - January 20, 1963
Box 23
January 21, 1963 - January, 1965
Box 24

Subject Headings

  • Sanford, Terry, 1917-1998.
  • Democratic Party (N.C.)
  • News and observer (Raleigh, N.C.)
  • North Carolina. General Assembly.
  • North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission.
  • Republican Party (N.C.)
  • United States. National Guard Bureau.
  • Bills, Legislative.
  • Capital punishment.
  • Children--Writing.
  • Education
  • Governors--North Carolina--Archives.
  • Politicians
  • Poverty.
  • Prisons.
  • Clippings files.
  • Acquisitions Information

    Transferred from Governor's Office, January 6, 1965

    Processing Information

  • Processed by Maurice S. Toler and C. F. W. Coker, March 3, 1965
  • Encoded by Dietra Stanley, October, 2006