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The collection contains photographs of Isaac Pearson Caldwell and Samuel Craighead Caldwell V. There is also a video program by Kate Pearson Caldwell Gilreath concerning her family's genealogy.
The collection consists of two circuit photographs of Camp Greene's Base Hospital in 1917; photographed by THE MOONS Commercial and Home Photographers, of Charlotte, NC.
The collection contains a small assortment of materials generated by the Campus Freethought Alliance at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2001. This organization was primarily concerned with atheism and agnosticism.
Campus Pride is a national nonprofit organization for student leaders and campus groups working to create a safer college environment for LGBT students. Materials include organizational records, publications and ephemera, and teaching materials.
Materials from the case files of a Charlotte law firm documenting the lawsuit of Brenizer v. Stephens, et al., in an effort to remove residential restrictions on property in the Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte. Includes correspondence, court documents, clippings, photographs and maps.
The collection includes case files generated by Ferguson, Stein, Chambers, Gresham & Sumter Law Firm in the firm's work representing James Swann, one of the plaintiffs, on the Capacchione v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools case.
The collection consists of papers of the Carpenter family, relating primarily to their farming activities in Lincoln and Gaston counties from 1834 to 1935. The collection also includes banking records, business and tax receipts, correspondence, insurance records, papers from the National Grange, Depression era relief records, and promissory notes.
Papers documenting Carroll's work with the Charlotte Housing Authority and the Charlotte City Council. Includes minutes, correspondence, agendas, memoranda and city government budgets and reports. Also includes a series of publicatons related to housing issues.
The William Gueston Carter, Jr., Papers primarily contain diaries that Carter recorded from 1975 to 1998, documenting in minute detail everything that he did, as well as the weather conditions in Cornelius, North Carolina, where he lived.
Dr. Carver was a UNC Charlotte English professor. She was the first Coordinator of UNC Charlotte’s Women’s Studies Program, previously serving as chair for the Black Studies Committee. Collection consists of materials for courses in women's studies. Also included are poems, lectures and articles.
Materials relating to Carver College, which was operated by the Charlotte City School Board (1949-58) and the Charlotte Community College System (1958-63) as the predominately black counterpart of predominately white Charlotte College. Contains catalogs, annual reports, curriculum proposals, planning documents, and building plans. Renamed Mecklenburg College, the school merged with the Industrial Education Center in 1963 to form Central Piedmont Community College
Closet Busters productions was owned by journalist and community activist Don King. The company produced the Gay/Lesbian Forum starting in 1986, the first local Charlotte show on cable to focus on gay and lesbian issues. The collection contains 3 pieces of correspondence concerning Closet Busters productions and 3 bank statements.
Records of a land trust established in 1991 to preserve natural areas and open spaces in the Catawba River Basin and the southern Piedmont region of North Carolina. Includes correspondence, board minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and newsletters of the Land Trust for Central North Carolina.
The Center for Transportation Policy Studies Records includes materials received from the George Lathrop estate (an adjunct professor) and almost two hundred reports from the Center received from David Hartgen. Files from the Lathrop estate cover topics such as curriculum, transit issues, and transportation studies and also include minutes and teaching notes.
Contains an invitation to a party at the Central Hotel at the southeast corner of Trade and Tryon streets in Charlotte, NC dated May 29, 1873.
Contains material documenting the Central Piedmont Community College Spectrum from its founding in 2011 to 2014. Includes administrative records, organization by-laws and constitution, meeting minutes, correspondence and newsletters.
Records of the Office of the Chancellor, largely from the period when Dean W. Colvard held the office.
Records of the Office of the Chancellor, largely from the period when E. K. Fretwell held the office.
Records from the Office of the Chancellor concerning installations of Chancellors Colvard, Fretwell, Woodward, and Dubois.
Records of the Office of the Chancellor, largely from the period when James H. Woodward held the office.
Minutes and correspondence documenting the work of an organization of local colleges and universities.
Primarily pictorial directories of Charlotte Rotary Club, Dilworth Rotary Club, and Charlotte-North Rotary Club.
Papers documenting Charlotte Black Gay Pride. Contains a timeline of Charlotte Black Gay Pride events, a poster from the 2013 Charlotte Black Gay Pride parade and a Charlotte Black Gay Pride polo shirt.
This collection consists of materials associated with the Charlotte Boys Choir. Included are concert programs, reel-to-reel recordings of performances, photographs, newspaper article clippings, and a transcript of an oral history interview with R. Powell Majors, former president of the Charlotte Rotary Club and one of the founders of the choir.
The Charlotte Business guild was created in 1992 as a professional network for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and allied members of the community. The collection includes organization records such as meeting minutes, a member directory, newsletters, donation letters, and clippings.