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The collection contains a wide variety of materials generated by the Swank Social Club—a club of African-American men in Charlotte, NC, beginning in 1934.
Collection consists primarily of scrapbooks documenting the Symphony Guild of Charlotte (formerly the Charlotte Symphony Women's Association).
Genealogical research primarily for the Taylor Family and the Floyd Family. Appears to have print-outs and photocopies from LDS research. Some photographs included.
Records (mostly minute books and books of stock certificates) of the Textile Mill Supply Company, the Industrial and Hardware Supply Company, and the Industrial and Textile Supply Company, of Charlotte, NC from 1898 to 1997. The collection also includes records of the TMS Realty Company, whose purpose was to administer the land holdings of its parent company.
Primarily photocopied material relating to Thigpen's work as Mecklenburg County manager for Willis Smith in the 1950 U.S. Senate campaign. Includes a scrapbook of clippings. Also includes a report (1958) of the Study Committee for City-County School Consolidation.
Thompson was a decorated pilot in WWII, shot down and buried in Europe. His wife, Mary Neal Overcash, later married again to Joseph R. Sparling Jr. This small collection includes correspondence, financial papers, biographical material about Thompson, rationing supplies, and papers about the Overcash family.
Contains records of the Travelers' Protective Association of America. Includes minutes, reports, and lists of members and officers.
Papers of a Charlotte city council member, including correspondence and reports. Also includes material relating to her service on the board of directors of the National League of Cities and as a member of the Hazardous Materials Transportation Committee of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Papers, photographs, newspaper clippings, radio broadcast transcripts and sound recordings of Dr. Joseph Samuel Nathaniel Tross, a minister in the AME Zion Church, editor of the Charlotte Post, and civil rights leader in Charlotte, NC from the 1930s until his death in 1971.
Materials pertaining to NASCAR from approximately 1970-2007.
Contains a scrapbook with news clippings concerning the UNC Charlotte men's basketball team's run to the championship game of the 1976 NIT Tournament.
Papers documenting the UNC Charlotte Rotaract Club, the first to be chartered in the world. Primarily consists of items pertaining to the founding and early years of the club as well as various anniversary celebrations.
Records of the first Unitarian church in North Carolina, founded in 1946. Contains correspondence, minutes and reports of the board of trustees and of church committees, bulletins and newsletters, material relating to the Women's Alliance, and records of denominational affiliations and district Unitarian organizations. Also includes files of the Rev. Sidney L. Freeman, longtime minister of the congregation (1957-88).
Photographs taken by an unidentified member of one of three companies of troops organized in Charlotte for service in the Spanish-American War of 1898.
Contains a lithograph of an architectural rendering of the United States Courthouse and Post Office Building that was located on W. Trade St. in uptown Charlotte.
Files documenting the creation and operation of the University Research Park, established in northeast Charlotte in 1966 as a research and development park for business and industry. Includes correspondence, board minutes, financial and legal records, and information on marketing strategies and tenant firms. Also includes interviews with the park's early leaders and other material relating to the published history of the park, University Research Park (1988), by Dean W. Colvard.
Meteorological records maintained since the beginning of formal, U.S.-sponsored weather observations in Charlotte. Includes correspondence (1878-86); daily journals (1878-1904), which describe in detail the effects of the 1886 earthquake; and the Monthly Meteorological Record (1878-).
Primarily papers relating to his two terms as mayor of Charlotte (1953-1957). Includes routine correspondence, speeches, clippings, biographical information, and photographs. Also contains a small amount of material relating to his personal life and family and to his service as president and chair of the board of Lance, Inc. (1943-1973).
Connie J. Vetter opened her law office in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1994. Her practice focuses primarily on the needs of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender individuals and couples. In addition to practicing law, Vetter is a mediator. Collection includes North Carolina State Bar Acceptance, Correspondence on the opening of the Southern Center for Law and Justice, and information about LGBTQ legal concerns, programs from performance.
Archives of Charlotte's second oldest book club (founded 1893), including yearbooks, newspaper clippings, and invitations.
This is a collection of architectural drawings and specifications produced between 1936 and 1978 and used by the Waddell Construction Company, of Charlotte, NC to build and renovate homes, schools, businesses and churches in Charlotte, Greenville, York County, Gaston County, NC.
Papers of a Charlotte widow who wrote, under the byline of "The Carolina Housewife," for The Charlotte Observer during the 1930s and 1940s. Includes typescripts of her columns, recipes, and letters from readers asking for advice and recommending recipes.
- Mecklenburg County (N.C.) 32
- Mayors -- North Carolina -- Charlotte 18
- Charlotte (N.C.) -- Politics and government 17
- Correspondence 16
- Gays -- North Carolina -- Charlotte 16
- Education, Higher -- North Carolina -- Charlotte 14
- Photographs 13
- Businessmen -- North Carolina -- Charlotte 11
- Charlotte (N.C.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. 10
- Clippings (information artifacts) 10
- Architects -- North Carolina -- Charlotte 9
- Textile industry -- North Carolina 9
- Women -- North Carolina -- Charlotte -- Societies, clubs, etc. 9
- Clubs -- North Carolina -- Charlotte 8
- North Carolina 8
- Plantation life -- North Carolina -- Mecklenburg County 8
- Urban renewal -- North Carolina -- Charlotte 8
- Civil rights -- North Carolina -- Charlotte 7
- Gays -- North Carolina -- Charlotte -- Social life and customs 7
- Charlotte (N.C.) -- Social life and customs 6 ∧ less
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- J. Murrey Atkins Library (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) 8
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education 7
- Alexander family 6
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools 6
- Charlotte (N.C.). City Council 5
- University of North Carolina at Charlotte--History 5
- Caldwell family 4
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission 4
- Mecklenburg County (N.C.). Board of Commissioners 4
- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 4
- University of North Carolina at Charlotte 4
- Alexander, Kelly M. 3
- Brookshire, Stanford R. 3
- Charlotte Chamber of Commerce (Charlotte, N.C.) 3
- Davidson family 3
- Golden, Harry, 1902-1981 3
- North Carolina. Office of Archives and History 3
- African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church 2
- Alexander, Hezekiah 2
- Alexander, J. B. (John Brevard) 2 ∧ less
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