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Tales from the Duke Blue Devils Hardwood Paperback – November 1, 2006

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Jim Sumner is the curator of sport at the North Carolina Museum of History, located in Raleigh. He is the author of A History of Sport in North Carolina, Separating the Men From the Boys: The First Half-Century of the Carolina League and numerous magazine and journal articles on North Carolina sport history. Sumner writes a Duke sport history column for Blue Devil Weekly. He has degrees in history from Duke University and North Carolina State University. Sumner has two more-or-less adult children and lives in Raleigh with his wife, Ann.

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