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Papers documenting Rev. Galen Hahn's work as a community organizer in the Sterling community in southern Mecklenburg county in 1969. Includes meeting minutestues, correspondence, journal entries, unpublished manuscripts and photographs. There is also a cassette and audio CD from Walter and Lillie Dial made for the 30th anniversary of Rev. Hahn and his wife.
Papers and selected art work of Haley. The collection includes drafts of her books, printing blocks and color separations for some of her illustrations. Gail Haley was the first person to win both the Caldecott (American) and the Greenway (British) awards for children's book illustration.
Collection includes personal and business records, including clippings, articles, photographs, legal/financial records, and memorabilia documenting Dale Halton and the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Charlotte. There are materials about the Carolinas and national company included.
Contains a binder and a digital copy of Hanchett's report "History of Charlotte's Independence Park." Also includes archived pages of Hanchett's website, historysouth.org.
Contains a full page advertisement for the P.H. Hanes Knitting Company that was published in the Charlotte Observer on November 2, 1919.
Items relating to UNC Charlotte course project by Eunice F. Hargett for History of African-American Women, taught by Professor Wanda Hendricks during spring semester, 1992. Includes Hargett's paper, "From Fertile Ground: Growing Up Black, Poor and Female in the Rural South," and three supporting interviews (cassettes only) of relatives of Hargett from eastern North Carolina.
Contains a letter from Harold Brown, editor of "By the Wayside" magazine to Iva Moyers of Bergton, Virginia dated September 14, 1931.
The collection contains Harrell family manuscript autobiographies and the musical composition of Ho! For Carolina.
Comprised of 4 items and 1 bound volume which are two typescript drafts with holograph corrections, excerpts from a handwritten draft, one set of galley proofs, and one published copy of Catching Saradove (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1969).
Official papers as mayor of Charlotte (1977-79). Includes subject files and correspondence relating to the administration of city government, with an emphasis on community development and the debate over a thoroughfare in southeast Charlotte and Mecklenburg County. [NOTE: Some material related to Harris's predecessor, John M. Belk, can be found in this collection; in addition, some of Harris's files may be found in the papers of his successor, Eddie Knox.].
Records of the Harry Golden Fund Committee.
Contains menus, posters, banners, a T shirt and a signed framed photograph.
Contains Richard Goldhurst's unpublished manuscript "Locating the Deity," Golden's FBI file and application for pardon as well as several magazine articles about Golden and/or his books.
Contains one C.L. Harvey for Mayor of Queen Charlotte poster.
The Harlan Hatcher letter was written by Dr. Harlan Hatcher, then from Ohio, dated February 25, 1935; addressed to Martha Colvard, concerning the medicinal qualities of the ginseng root.
Consists primarily of architectural drawings the firm has completed of buildings throughout the Charlotte area. Also includes a book prospectus honoring Tebee Hawkins, renderings and slides.
Papers of Andrew P. “Sam” Haywood, while the principal of West Charlotte High School documenting his advocacy of the open school philosophy in the 1974-75 academic year.
This collection consists of records created during the formation of the Master of Health Administration program at UNC Charlotte, as well as records related to the planning of a Bachelor of Science in Community Health.
This collection contains materials related to the development and administration of the Health Services Research Academy at UNC Charlotte. Materials include agendas, minutes, annual reports and correspondence of the Academy's steering committee. The records also highlight several events and activities developed and sponsored by the Academy.
Photocopied material relating to the career of Ingenuin Hechenbleikner Sr. in the field of chemical engineering and work for Duke Power. There is also photocopied material about Herbert Hechenbleikner, a UNC Charlotte biology professor which resulted in a magazine feature for one of the university's publications, compiled for a story in the university magazine.
Papers documenting Helms' service on the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners, the North Carolina General Assembly, Arts and Science Council, Charlotte Center City Partners, Drug and Alcohol Fighting Back Commission and the North Carolina Bar Association. Includes correspondence, meeting minutes, budget information and speech material. Also includes a series of subject files related to Mecklenburg County government.
The collection contains letters to Arthur Grady Hemby Jr. and Samuel Robert Hemby during the times that they served in the Navy, 1940- to November 23, 1952.
Technical drawings and papers concerning architecture. Includes drawings from Sumner & Hemphill, James C. Hemphill, Jr., and Hemphill Associates.
Primarily material relating to her book, Early Charlotte and Mecklenburg County for Children (1968). Also includes clippings and notes on local history.
The collection contains a wide variety of materials, including a bill-of-sale for an enslaved person, letters, land conveyancing papers for land for the Andrew Jackson historic site, DAR papers for the Mecklenburg Chapter, and obituaries for Henderson family members (Willis Irwin Henderson and Perrin Quarles Henderson).
Sue Henry is a gay rights pioneer in Charlotte, North Carolina. The papers consist of materials created and collected by Sue Henry as proprietor of the Rising Moon Books & Beyond bookstore, Charlotte mayoral candidate, and member of a range of social and political organizations.
Contains comic books from Heroes Aren't Hard to Find that include specialty and HeroesCon-themed comic books. Also includes a series of HeroesCon convention booklets.
Collection consists of a letter from DuBose Heyward to Thompson Brown, an English professor at Winthrop College.
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