Businessman in the Statehouse: Six Years as Governor of North Carolina

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Index of Names
Aaron, Harold, 241
Abt, Dr. Henri A., 69
Abbott, Robert Edward, 241, 242
Adam Joel B170, 171
Adams, Kirkwood Floyd, 49
Adams, Sherman, 113, 114, 115
Alende, Oscar, 266
Alexander, Kelly, 89
Alexander, Thomas W., 214
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, 251
Allen, George V., 40, 41, 260, 262
Allsbrook, Julian, 99
Amos, Lloyd C., 179
Anderson, Clinton, 8
Andrews, Mrs. Mildred, 264
Archer, John, 171
Archie, Dr. William G., 195
Armstrong, Bill, 260, 261
Armstrong, Robert H., 205, 212, 220
Aronson, Hugo, 268
Astor, Lady, 276
Atkins, F. L., 191
Atkins, J. Murrey, 171
Auslander, Charles, 241, 242, 245
Aycock, Charles Brantley, 177, 184, 186, 202
Aycock, William B., 261
Babcock, W. F., 135, 137
Backster, Cleve, 247, 248
Bagley, Dudley, 191
Bailey, William F., 146
Ballentine, L. Y. "Stag," 150, 308
Bane, Frank, 113, 115
Bawhardt, Luther, 92
Barnbill, Maurice Victor, 2, 3
Bayar Celal, 260
Bell, D. G., 171
Bell, J. Spencer, 170, 171, 173
Bickett, William Y., 227, 239
Blackwell, Gordon W., 124, 206
Blue, H. Clifton, 179
Bluford, Dr. F. D., 90, 91
Bobbitt, William H., 243
Boden, Dr. Hans C., 69, 70
Bonzini, Teodoro, 266
Boone, Daniel, 318
Borglum, Gutzon, 282
Bounds, Lee, 143
Bowles, Chester, 8
Bowles, Hargrove, Jr., 78
Branch, Joe, 151
Brandis, Henry, Jr., 171
Braswell, Roland, 165
Brauer, Max, 67
Bridges, Henry, 286
Brim, Kenneth M., 210
Broughton, Melville, Jr., 135, 137, 278
Brown, Harry E., 55, 56
Brown, Pat, 268
Brownell, Herbert, 113, 114
Broyhill family, 37
Bryant, Victor S., 191, 198
Bundy, William J., 153
Bunnelle, Robert, 135
Burchette, Lloyd, 293
Burden, William A. M., 73
Burrow, Sam J., 163, 164, 280
Burton, W. C. "Mutt," 13, 154
Cabot, John, 267
Caccia, Lady, 276
Caccia, Lord, 276
Camille Dreyfus Building, 222
Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, 219, 220, 277
Camp, William, 228, 230
Campbell, Hugh, 153
Campbell, Malcolm, 206
Cannon family, 37
Carey, Jim, 246, 247, 249
Carron, Dr. Charles, 102, 187
Catledge, Turner, 109
Chaney, Dr. David W., 218
Chatham family, 37
Cherry, R. Gregg, 60, 278
Clark, David, 54, 170, 171
Clark, Henry T., Jr., 206
Clark, John G., 132
Clark, William Grimes, Jr., 49
Clay, General Lucius, 9
Clement, Evelyn (Miss), 274
Clement, Frank, 112, 276
Clyde, George D., 251
Cobb, Collier, Jr., 49, 210
Cobb, Irvin S., 317
Cocke, Norman, 40, 41, 74
Cole, James "Catfish," 121
Collins, Leroy, 112, 251, 256, 257, 259, 276
Coltrane, David, 131
Colvard, D. W., 206, 308
Cone family, 37
Cooper, John D., 225, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 235, 236
Cottrell, E. A., 231
Cox, Dr. Gertrude, 213
Crabtree, William R., 219
Crane, Frank, 161, 163, 166
Craven, J. Braxton, 153
Crawford, Mrs. John W., 95, 101
Crew, Lunsford, 82, 83, 97
Currie, Claude, 132
Currie, James, 47
Daniels, Frank, 44
Daniels, Garland B., 148, 149
Daniels, Jonathan, 286

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