Correspondence: foreign students
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Johnson C. Smith University. Office of Development
DescriptionSeries 1, Director of Public Relations Moses S. Belton records includes correspondence, reports, articles, pamphlets, clippings, and related materials of Johnson C. Smith University's Development Office under Director of Public Relations Moses S. Belton. Moses S. Belton graduated from Johnson C. Smith with majors in mathematics and philosophy in 1933, and from the Theology program in 1936. He returned professionally to Johnson C. Smith in 1942 to serve as Associate Dean of Men. Belton was best known in his role as the first full time Director of Public Relations at the university, a position he served in from 1950-1970. Belton retired from Johnson C. Smith in 1974. The bulk of records in this series date from the 1960s, and primarily consist of correspondence between Belton and Development Office staff, and current and prospective students; scholarship, loan, and award recipients; non-profit and religious organizations; alumni; and the press. Also included in this series are Public Relations office publications and biographical information about Moses S. Belton. Johnson C. Smith (JCSU) is a private, four-year research university located in Charlotte, NC, and is a historically black college. It was founded in 1867 as the Biddle Memorial Institute.Digitization made possible by funding from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.
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