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Warren L. Burgess papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS0451
Abstract

The William Burgess papers comprise records related to Burgess's work for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission and as Town Planner for the town of Davidson, North Carolina. Materials include notebooks, sketchbooks, and a range of architectural drawings.

Dates: circa 1980-2000

Timothy D. Mead papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS0181
Abstract

Papers of a UNC Charlotte political science professor primarily documenting his membership on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission, 1984-1991. Includes rezoning petitions, plans for proposed developments, correspondence, reports, small area and district plans, and maps. Also includes papers regarding his chairmanship of the Catawba River Corridor Study Committee, 1993-1995, and his membership on the Mecklenburg County Environmental Protection Committee, 1994-1995.

Dates: 1983 - 1995

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  • Repository: Manuscript Collections, J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections and University Archives, UNC Charlotte X
  • Names: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission X
  • Subject: City planning -- North Carolina -- Charlotte X

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