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Items relating to a prominent Charlotte architect and to J. N. Pease Associates, the firm he founded in 1938. Includes drawings of Charlotte's Central High School, a transcript of an interview with Dean W. Colvard, and advertising brochures about the firm.
Primarily floor plans and photographs of homes and other buildings designed by an early Charlotte architect. Also includes biographical material, clippings, and a photocopy of a book describing Peeps' work.
Contains footage Penninger put together concerning a charity auction for Time Out Youth with which Taylor was involved. Also includes Penninger's research and the prospectus for the film.
Small array of papers (fourteen items) generated by Barbara Perzel, a real estate agent who worked in the Charlotte area in the 1970s and was especially knowledgeable about the Elizabeth neighborhood in Charlotte, NC.
The collection concerns Perzel's interest and work in the preservation of historic buildings in Charlotte, NC. Most of the collectcion consists of photographs of historic buildings and residences, and photos of street scenes of Charlotte in the early 20th century.
In 1979, UNC Charlotte history professor Dr. Edward Perzel and a handful of dedicated volunteers conducted oral history interviews with elderly citizens from across Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.
Records of the Department of Philosophy at UNC Charlotte
Records of the Piedmont and Northern Railway Company (incomplete), which operated in North Carolina and South Carolina, 1910-1969. Materials include operating reports and balance sheets, stockholder information, publications, legal documents, correspondence, and photographs.
The collection contains a small quantity of material concerning the history of Piedmont Junior High School in Charlotte, NC, mostly from the early 1930s to the late 1940s.
Records of a homeowners association established in 1975 to revitalize Plaza-Midwood, one of Charlotte's early streetcar suburbs. Includes subject files, minutes, financial materials, clippings, and photographs relating to the association's activities and information on the history of the neighborhood from 1914 to 1949.
Records documenting the operation of the Plaza-Midwood office of a national, non-profit agency concerned with neighborhood revitalization. Includes correspondence, administrative files, analyses of rehabilitation needs, client files, financial records, clippings, and photographs.
This collection consists of UNC Charlotte policy statements and manuals from 1977-2002.
The bulk of this collection are memorandums sent within the Department of Political Science from 1980-1987. Other materials include departmental annual reports, goals and objectives, and handbooks for majors.
Papers related to Karen A. Popp's activities as a student and alumna of UNC Charlotte.
Amanda Price, a graduate student in art administration, produced this collection as the result of her work curating an art exhibit (in partial fulfillment of her degree requirements) during the month of March 2007, exhibiting the art work of Maud Gatewood.
The collection consists of materials generated by Jim Yarbrough through his involvement in Qnotes, Queen City Quordinators, Metrolina AIDS Project and his 40+ year history in the Charlotte LGBTQ+ community.
This collection contains the records for the Project Opporunity committee from 1969-1970.
Contains a small assortment of papers mostly generated by Selby Daniels, who was a member of Providence Baptist Church, in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.
Records of RAIN (Regional AIDS Interfaith Network,) an organization founded in 1992 in Charlotte, North Carolina and dedicated to addressing the needs of persons with HIV/AIDS disease in the Carolinas. The collection largely documents events and activities including fund raising, public education, and organizing volunteers.
The Rankin Family papers consist of a wide variety of materials, though the majority of the collection concerns this family’s ownership and stewardship of the land that they have owned in Gaston County, NC since the late eighteenth century. There are also items relating to the Rev. Frank B. Rankin and his daughter, Mary Delia Rankin Jarman as well as material relating to Gaston county history and the genealogy of several Gaston families.
Papers of the chair of the Citizens Advisory Group (CAG), formed in 1973 to develop pupil assignment guidelines for integrating Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools. Includes clippings, correspondence, findings and recommendations, reports, worksheets, notes, the CAG plan for pupil reassignment, and the joint proposal for school assignment that was ultimately approved.
Papers of a Charlotte lawyer and politician, primarily documenting his membership on the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners (1978-84). Includes campaign files and material reflecting his special interests in human services, mental health, and roads. Also includes material from his earlier service on the Charlotte Housing Authority (1971-76).
This collection gathers information about student-based recreational and intramural activities and the Office of Recreational Services at UNC Charlotte. This information is presented through issues of the student-published newsletter, "The Panhandler," intramural catalogs, advertising ephemera and student handbooks spanning years of the school's history. The collection also includes planning documents and project manuals for the renovation of Belk Gymnasium.
Collection of UNC Charlotte and Charlotte College class schedules and related materials from 1961-2003.
The bulk of the Catherine M. Reid Papers focuses on Reid's work to promote public awareness of domestic violence and provide services to victims of domestic violence, primarily in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area from 1977 to 2002.