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Papers relating to McMillan's services as a member of the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners (1972-74) and as the principal organizer and president of the Spirit Square Development Group (1975-82). Includes correspondence, campaign material, reports, and newspaper clippings.
Papers and photographs relating to McMurray's 50+ year career in motorsports. Includes press kits, photographs, magazines, office files, press credentials and hard cards. Also contains material related to McMurray's management of the Travelin' Havoline Fishing Show and his work as the North American General Manager of the Thunderdome Speedway in Melbourne, Australia.
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.
Collection primarily made of correspondence addressed to Julia McNinch Slear and a smaller amount addressed to some of her family and friends.
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Collection of assorted historical documents belonging to Betty Means.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.
Papers related to the operation of MeckPac from its founding in 1998 to 2010. Contains 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.
Kimberly Melton is from Charlotte with a long history of working with the LGBTQ community. The collection primarily documents lesbian activism in Charlotte, NC and includes: WOW newsletters, materials from National Lesbian Conference, Lambda Connections, and more.
Typescript drafts of five essays and one book review, dated January-March 1939, by H. L. Mencken. All bear extensive corrections in Mencken's own hand in pencil or pen.
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.
Papers documenting the work of Michael Gallis and Associates in regional and urban planning. Includes planning proposals, reports, analyses, schematics, newspaper articles and magazines. Also contains some of Gallis' personal writings and biographical material.
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.
Letters written to Mildred English from 1939-1946, with a couple of postcards from the 1990s.
Papers related to Mitchell's service in the U.S. Air Force Reserve with the 323rd Troop Carrier Squadron (Reserve) at Morris Field, Charlotte, North Carolina, and with the 302nd Troop Carrier Wing (Reserve) at Marietta Army Air Field, Marietta, Georgia, from 1947 to 1949. Includes special orders, bulletins, correspondence, memoranda, meeting notices, and telegrams.
Ledger books listing the accounts of dentist Edgar Dorsett Moore.
The Moore family (Lynford Lardner Moore, his wife, Mary Torrance Moore, his son, Wilson Wallace Moore, and daughter, Eliza Gaston Moore, and other relatives, including Nicholas G. Moore and John Wallace Moore) were Christian missionaries in China and Japan in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Their papers document their careers in East Asia.
Bill of Complaint of Alexander Morrison against the Trustees of the University of North Carolina and their agent Adlai Osborn the Elder.
Contains a bill of complaint filed by Alexander Morrison (1764-1806) against Adlai Osborn in his capacity as a representative of the trustees of the University of North Carolina.
Cameron Morrison was governor of North Carolina from 1921 to 1925. The collection primarily consists of correspondence and speeches.
Contains Pat Morrison's research on the Neil Morrison (1728-1784) family of Mecklenburg county, North Carolina. Includes research correspondence, deeds, wills, Mecklenburg county court minutes and estate inventories. Also includes a typescript book entitled "Some Descendants of James Morrison (1697-1778) of Providence, Mecklenburg county, North Carolina" and copies of two articles in the Olde Mecklenburg Genealogical Society Quarterly about the Morrison family.
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- Cone, Bonnie E., 1907-2003 8
- University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Division of Academic Affairs 8
- University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Office of the Chancellor 8
- Alexander family 7
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education 7
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- Golden, Harry, 1902-1981 7
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