From left, curator Bill Palmer, N.C. Agriculture Commissioner Jim Graham and Command Sergeant Major Dewey Simpson move George into his new, larger exhibit space at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences in June 1978.
From left, curator Bill Palmer, N.C. Agriculture Commissioner Jim Graham and Command Sergeant Major Dewey Simpson move George into his new, larger exhibit space at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences in June 1978. Unknown COURTESY OF THE N.C. MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCES
From left, curator Bill Palmer, N.C. Agriculture Commissioner Jim Graham and Command Sergeant Major Dewey Simpson move George into his new, larger exhibit space at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences in June 1978. Unknown COURTESY OF THE N.C. MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCES

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