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|Size||21 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 3800 items)|
|Abstract||Collection contains professional files of Lindsay C. Warren, Jr., a politician who represented eastern North Carolina in the mid-to-late-20th century. Files include materials from Warren's time as state senator in the North Carolina General Assembly including constituent letters, speeches, and political subject files. The collection also includes papers from Warren's service on several North Carolina political and civic committees, including the Joint Courts Commission, American 400th Anniversary Committee, and the Governor's Study Commission on Structure and Organization of Higher Education.|
|Creator||Warren, Lindsay C., Jr. (Lindsay Carter), 1924-2016|
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Lindsay C. Warren Jr., 1924-2016, served as state senator in the North Carolina General Assembly from from 1963 to 1969. During his time in the legislature he chaired the North Carolina Courts Commission which during his tenure implemented sweeping changes to the state's court system and was also responsible for setting up the state's District Court and Court of Appeals systems. Following his legislative career, Warren chaired the Governor’s Study Commission on Structure and Organization of Higher Education and served as a member and chair of the America’s Four Hundredth Anniversary Committee. Warren also served as president of UNC-Chapel Hill General Alumni Association, the UNC-Chapel Hill Law Alumni Association, and the North Carolina Bar Association. He also served as amember of the UNC Board of Visitors.
Warren was a native of Washington, N.C. He received his undergraduate degree in 1948 and his J.D. degree in 1951, both from from the University of North Carolina. He served in the United States Coast Guard during World War II. His father, Lindsay Carter Warren, served in the United States House of Represenatives and was later Comptroller General of the United States.Back to Top
Collection contains personal and professional files for Lindsay C. Warren, Jr. Files include materials from Warren's time as state senator, including constituent letters, speeches, and political subject files. The collection also includes papers from Warren's service on several important North Carolina political and civic committees, including the Courts Commission, American 400th Anniversary Committee, and the Governor's Study Commission on Structure and Organization of Higher Education.Back to Top
Arrangement: The order of the materials as received at the repository has, for the most part, been retained. The container list is shown in intellectual rather than numerical order, roughly chronological by box.
Processed by: Amy Morgan, January 2017
Encoded by: Jackie Dean, January 2017Back to Top