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    1. Say Hello to Eddie Cameron - Preservation Underground

      with the athletics program is the second longest tenure in Duke’s history and our indoor stadium was renamed for him

    2. Julian Abele (1881-1950) | Duke University Libraries

      University until his own death in 1950. Among his later works were a library addition, Duke (Cameron) Indoor

    3. Posters, Blueprints, and Oversize Materials - Duke Centennial Resources - LibGuides at Duke Universi

      on campus, including the Chapel, Cameron Indoor Stadium, and the West Union.  Horace Trumbauer Architectural

    4. Duke's "Sports and Society" MOOC Prepares to Launch - Duke Learning Innovation

      in front of the famed Cameron Indoor Stadium, the home of the Duke University Blue Devils, wearing a shirt

    5. Duke University Library Exhibits | The Scholar and Duke · John Hope Franklin: Imprint of an American

      Studies, 2000 (3) Franklin at Cameron Indoor Stadium, 2000 John Hope Franklin Young Scholars, 2013 (1

    6. Vote for the Library! - Duke University Libraries Magazine

      Indoor Stadium. Jordan’s and Reem’s video demonstrates not only their great imagination, terrific sense

    7. Duke University Library Exhibits | Student Life · Outrageous Ambitions: How a One-Room Schoolhouse B

      in front of Cameron Indoor Stadium and camped out until game time. Dink (front), from a member of the class

    8. Happy Anniversary to Us! Duke University Libraries Magazine at 30 - Duke University Libraries Magazi

      played to a packed audience in Cameron Indoor Stadium. And a talented young student named Melinda Gates

    9. Adopt-a-Book Program Preserves Library Treasures - Duke University Libraries Magazine

      coach at Duke is legendary. His legacy lives on, not only in the roars of Cameron Indoor Stadium

    10. Springsteen’s “Born to Run” First Draft to Be Displayed in Perkins Library - Duke University Librari

      Band performed in Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium to a packed house. According to a Rolling Stone

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