NCBA Foundation Endowment awards the Treasures of Carolina exhibit a $1,000 grant.

Right to left: Dick Lankford (President, Friends of the Archives Board), Sarah Koonts (State Archivist of North Carolina), Secretary Kluttz (DCR), Thomas Hull (NCBA)

Right to left: Dick Lankford (President, Friends of the Archives Board), Sarah Koonts (State Archivist of North Carolina), Secretary Kluttz (DCR), Thomas Hull (NCBA)

The North Carolina Bar Association Foundation Endowment awarded the Treasures of Carolina exhibit a $1,000 grant. Thomas Hull with the North Carolina Bar Association presented the award during the Friends of the Archives Board meeting on September 14, 2015. The Friends of the Archives and the State Archives of North Carolina are grateful for the support of the NCBA.

The North Carolina Bar Association is a voluntary statewide organization composed of more than 19,500 lawyers, paralegals and law students. The NCBA was founded 1899 and is based at the N.C. Bar Center, located at 8000 Weston Parkway in Cary. Volunteer service and leadership permeates virtually every aspect of the organization, from four divisions devoted to young lawyers, senior lawyers, paralegals and law students, to 30 practice specialty sections, to the various committees, commissions and task forces of the NCBA.

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