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I work for RTI International, and we are interested in obtaining permission to use the RTP Population map for use in presentations as a way to educate people about the population growth of the area. Please email or call me with this information. 919.696.4537,

To whom it may concern,

I am an undergraduate student at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and reaching out in regards to the above graphic, showcasing RTP on a map. I am hoping to use a copy of this map as a visual aid in a paper I am constructing for a class about urbanization and population patterns. Full citations will be used to provide proper credit in the following format:

"RTP Map." Anchor, A North Carolina History Online Research. Accessed from

Please provide any additional citation information to be included. I look forward to receiving permission for this request.


Victoria Amerson

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