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This collection consists of 62 vinyl records (LPs) in 7 collector albums. The size range is 10 to 12 inch vinyl or gramophone records. Records in albums 5 & 6 (in box 2) are single sided.
The first airmail letter sent from Charlotte, North Carolina; addressed to Donald E. Dickason of Wooster, Ohio; dated April 1, 1930.
Papers of a winner of the Juvenile Literature Award presented annually by the North Carolina American Association of University Women. Includes correspondence with publisher relating to Tancy (1984) and the manuscript and galleys of The Nightwalker (1989).
Photocopied papers of the Caldwell family of Charlotte, N.C., and the Hutchison family of York District (Rock Hill), S.C. Contains a diary by Adeline Caldwell, the second wife of Dr. D.T. Caldwell of Rosedale Plantation in Charlotte, N.C. Includes miscellaneous papers of related families, including the Boulware family, the Moore family, the Rawlinson family, the Springs family and the Stokes family.
Abridged transcription of a diary of a native of Amenia, N.Y., who moved to Raleigh in 1815 to teach school. Describes her journey to Raleigh by sea and stagecoach, social events in Raleigh, and subsequent travels and teaching (1822-41) in Augusta, Ga., Amenia, Salisbury, N.C., and Charlotte. Also includes a biographical sketch by Robert S. Hutchison, her grandson, and clippings relating to him.
The Irwin Family Papers is a small manuscript collection, consisting mostly of letters, bills of sale (including bills of sale for enslaved people), real estate deeds and genealogical notes of a family of Charlotte, North Carolina, primarily during the nineteenth century.
Letter from Charles Ives to Raymond Adams discussing Ives' trip to Switzerland and a brief mention of the "Sonata" and "Essays." Found inserted between the pastedown and front free endpaper of Essays Before A Sonata by Ives.
The J.A. Jones Construction Company was founded in the 1890s by James Addison Jones in Charlotte, North Carolina. The collection primarily consists of project files with accompanying photographs and project information sheets.
Contains maps of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area primarily from the 19th and 20th centuries with a few earlier maps. Consists of historic neighborhood maps of Charlotte, aerial maps, folk art maps and tax and government maps. Also includes historic North Carolina maps and topographic maps of areas throughout the state, particularly western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee.
Armenian phylacteries or scrolls containing prayers, readings from the Gospels, magical formulas, and invocations for protection. Includes one manuscript phylactery (undated) with 12 miniature colored paintings of several apostles and saints and one printed phylactery (1698).
Contains four VHS and two U-Matic tapes of interviews Jamgotch conducted concerning U.S. foreign policy, particularly related to U.S.-Soviet relations and arms control. Also includes correspondence related to the acquisition and content of the interviews.
Papers related to the William Abram Jenkins family, including photographs, survey maps of the family farm, and biographical information.
Papers of the Jetton and related families since the mid-eighteenth century; including mostly real estate surveys and indentures, correspondence, genealogical notes, estate records, documentation on the Civil War and Reconstruction, and receipts for consumer goods. The Jetton family has lived in northern Mecklenburg County since the mid-eighteenth century.
The collection primarily concerns William Howard and Sarah Elizabeth Jetton, but is entitled the "Ruth Jetton-Oliver papers" in recognition of the donor and to distinguish this collection from the Jetton family papers and the William Howard and Sarah Elizabeth Jetton papers.
Contains a small collection of papers generated primarily by William Howard Jetton and his sister, Sarah Elizabeth Jetton, from 1908 to 2007.
Material relating to the treaty terminating U.S. ownership of the Panama Canal. Contains letters, speeches, and position statements of U.S. Senators, including Jesse Helms and Robert Morgan of North Carolina. Also contains copies of the 1903 and 1977 treaties, U.S. government publications, pamphlets and articles by private interest groups, and Panamanian publications.
The collection contains material related to the creation of the documentary, "Charlotte SubCulture: Gay Life in the Queen City," which was about a proposal that the Charlotte Mecklenburg Community Relations Committee submitted to the city of Charlotte in 1992 that would have prevented discrimination against individuals in public acco0modations based on their sexual orientation.
An account book for wholesale feed distributor located at 113 S. College Street. Entries date from 1932 through 1938.
The collection was donated by UNC Charlotte student Charles K. Johnston in 1968 and consists of comic books published during the Silver Age (1956-1972) of American comic books.
Personal and professional papers including organizational records, magazine and newspaper articles, political buttons, books, posters, decorated HIV vest, brochures.
Collection contains of a scrapbook and a small collection of organizational records from the Charlotte, North Carolina, Junior DAR chapter.
Publications documenting leftist, counterculture and the LGBT community in North Carolina and Georgia. Includes The Carolina Plain Dealer, the Great Speckled Bird and the Southern Gay Liberator.
Letters from soldiers to Bleeka Ritch during World War I and letters to Helen Johnston from soldiers during World War II. Includes financial accounts, deeds, and a piece of canvas from a WW I German airplane.
Contains material documenting congregational dialogue concerning sexuality at Myers Park Baptist Church. Includes committee reports, correspondence, planning documents and position statements.
Contains one sterling key to the City of Charlotte emobossed, "Stan Brookshire" on verso that was given to Betty Yelton Alexander in recognition of 30 1/2 years of service in the City of Charlotte Purchasing Department.
A parole, signed by John Kimbrough and witnessed by O. H. Williams, swearing Kimbrough’s pledge to no longer take up arms on behalf of the King of England against the United States, dated April 11, 1781.