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Frank McNinch was the mayor of Charlotte, NC from 1912 to 1917 and later was appointed to serve on the Federal Power Commission in 1930, becoming its Chairman in 1933. In 1937, President Roosevelt appointed McNinch to be the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. The collection contains mostly the papers he generated while working for these two federal commissions.
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.
Collection of assorted historical documents belonging to Betty Means. Includes a bill of sale for an enslaved woman in Pasquotank county, North Carolina and two letters (one from poet Edward Arlington Robinson and one from James Boyd).
Miscellaneous records (3 oversize documents, 1 framed), pertaining to property in Mecklenburg and Lincoln counties.
Minute books comprise the official proceedings of the Board. Includes discussions of finanical and legal matters, employment of teachers, progress of students, buildings and programs at each school, and reports of the superintendent. The account books are for the period November 1928 through June 1931.
This collection contains the records of the North Carolina Extension Homemakers Association, of Charlotte, North Carolina from 1925 to 2008.
The Mecklenburg County Health Department works to promote and protect the public's health. The collection includes annual reports, minutes, and photographs of department staff and clientele.
Records of Mecklenburg County’s oldest and largest historical organization from its establishment in 1954. Includes minutes, programs, financial records, and information on historic preservation projects sponsored by the association. Also includes photographs of the 1948 production of LeGette Blythe's outdoor drama, Shout Freedom!, material about the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence and its observance, and general information on local history.
Blueprints of projects constructed by a Charlotte firm, which was established in 1856 by John Wilkes and sold to Carolina Steel Corporation in the 1960s. Includes drawings for residences and commercial buildings, primarily in the Charlotte area.
Mecklenburg Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Political Action Committee (MeckPAC) was founded in 1998 as an organization to advance LGBT issues in Mecklenburg County. The collection contains materials related to the operation of MeckPac from its founding in 1998 to 2010 including Voter Guides, Correspondence, Meeting Agendas, News Clippings and Photos.
Early records of a leading Charlotte men's clothing store that operated at The Square for more than 85 years (1895-ca. 1982/83). Includes 2 ledger books, the first of which (1895-97) seems to include exclusively customer accounts and the second of which (1898-1901) includes customer and supplier accounts, expenses of the business, assets, debts, etc.
Contains material documenting Mesrobian's architectural firm in Charlotte, North Carolina from the 1950s to the early 2000s. Includes blueprints, receipts, project files, correspondence, renderings and daily expense booklets.
This manuscript collection was accumulated by Dr. A. Roslyn Mickelson, a professor of Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, in her role as an expert witness in litigation between the Charlotte Mecklenburg School system and the parents of Cristina Capacchione. Other papers include those concerning IBM Education Village and Mickelson's research in school-to-work transition.
Ledger books listing the accounts of dentist Edgar Dorsett Moore.
Cameron Morrison was governor of North Carolina from 1921 to 1925. The collection primarily consists of correspondence and speeches.
Papers documenting the two mayoral terms (1987-91) of the first female mayor of Charlotte, N.C.
Papers documenting her sex discrimination case against the Union Carbide plant in Charlotte. Consists primarily of legal documents, including motions, briefs, court proceedings, and depositions. Also includes correspondence with Union Carbide and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, material on similar cases, and Nance's personal notes and diaries.
Records of the Charlotte and Metrolina chapters of the National Organization for Women that date from 1972 to 2009. The collection contains files that were produced as a result of the chapters' organizational functions, and also concern issues of interest to the chapter; key among them was the Equal Rights Amendment and abortion rights.
Contents of old scrapbooks which include advertising material for a Charlotte-based hosiery mill founded in 1923 by William Nebel, a German immigrant, and purchased in 1968 by Morris Speizman. Also includes photographs of employees.
Papers concerning the Oakland Plantation Hunt and Joseph A. Neisler, Jr.'s involvement in the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. Includes invitations to the annual hunt as well as thank you letters from people who attended the event. Also includes nominations and endorsements for Neisler to be on the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission and items relating to his work with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Foundation.
North Carolina Association of Jewish Women and Men promoted unity throughout the Southeastern Jewish community by creating and documenting events and history.
Materials pertaining to the research and publishing of North Carolina Century: Tar Heels who Made a Difference, 1900-2000, published by Levine Museum of the New South in Charlotte, NC. (Special Collections CT252 .N67 2002)
The records of the North Carolina College Personnel Association includes annual conference materials, bylaws, correspondence, financial material, membership information, minutes and reports, since its inception in 1966. Additions to the collections are periodically made as newer records become available.
Records of the state professional association for persons engaged in any phase of counseling, personnel, and guidance work (formerly known as the North Carolina Personnel and Guidance Association and the North Carolina Association for Counseling and Development). Includes minutes, correspondence, publications, financial reports, convention programs, membership records, and photographs. Also includes similar material for the various divisions.
Selected records of an anti-poverty demonstration project. Includes grant proposals, annual reports, studies of housing and community development problems, and speeches and articles by George Esser, the executive director. Also includes information on specific projects in Mecklenburg, Iredell, Rowan, Stanly, and Union counties.