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own conviction constantly deepens that the next great creative chapter
in the history of the nation is to be written here in the South . .
. Somewhere in the South there must inevitably grow up an institution
. . . which typifies and serves and guides this new civilization. .
. . My dream for the University of North Carolina is that she be nothing
less than this."
-- Harry Woodburn
Chase, President of the University of North Carolina, 1919
D. Snider, Light on the Hill: A History of the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina
Press, 1992, p. 178.
Image source: Yackety Yack, University of North Carolina Student Yearbook, 1920, p. 31.
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