Showing Collections: 211 - 240 of 752
This collection consists of the records of the Vice Chancellor for Development and University Relations (formerly Vice Chancellor for Research and Public Service, Vice Chancellor for Development and Public Service). The records span from 1974 until 2003.
"Discover Charlotte" consists of 16mm films about Charlotte history, cultural events, and local celebrities and notables. The film project is also referred to as "Charlotte" and also as "Charlotte on Film" and "Charlotte Film Collection."
Papers of Harriet Doar, a newspaper journalist, author, poet, and social commentator, whose work primarily was published in the Charlotte News from 1939 to 1946, and the Charlotte Observer from 1959 to 1982. This collection also includes her articles, correspondence, notes on other writers, and research subject files from the mid to late twentieth century.
Dr. Thomas L. Doster worked as a physician in Union County, North Carolina, and Lancaster County, South Carolina, circa 1866-1904. The collection is comprised primarily of records related to Dr. Doster's work in North and South Carolina, including tax and license receipts, property tax receipts, an account book, and family correspondence.
Papers of a Charlotte mayor (1935-41), businessman, and promoter of aviation. Consists primarily of material relating to Douglas's service (1961-79) on the Airport Advisory Committee for Charlotte/Douglas International Airport. Includes transcript of a radio address given by Douglas on Nov. 7, 1936, as mayor of Charlotte.
Consists of a letter from Fanny Murdaugh Downing that was likely written to Confederate General Daniel Harvey Hill that is dated May 15, 1868 from Charlotte, NC.
Contains news clippings, biographical materials, reports and a videotape regarding Draper's career by Charles E. Aguar, professor emeritus of the University of Georgia's School of Environmental Design.
Technical reports regarding environmental impact of energy production from Duke Power, now Duke Energy, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Contains a Dale Earnhardt collectible plaque that contains a piece of Goodyear tire from Earnhardt's car and a picture of Earhardt with his car.
This collection consists of the records of Educational Support Services from 1985-1992. Includes records of Academic Assessment Services, Academic Support for Black Students, Athletic Academic Counseling, Center for International Studies, Learning Assistance Services (comprised of Disabled Student Services, the Learning Center, and Supplemental Instruction), Office of Experiential Learning, and the Writing Resources Center.
Thereasa Delerine (T.D.) Elder is active in community nursing, church work, and the Charlotte African American community, particularly in efforts to preserve Charlotte's African American history. Materials document the importance of African Americans in politics and community, the value of a healthy and safe neighborhood, and access of education and employment.
Letter to Allen Thorndike Rice, publisher of the North American Review, concerning an article (probably "Perpetual Forces") he expected to have ready for the September, 1877 issue.
Records of the Department of English of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte from 1964 to 1981 and 1993.
Letters written to Mildred English from 1939-1946, with a couple of postcards from the 1990s.
The interviews focus on the educational experiences of members of the African American community of Charlotte during the era of segregation. Many interviewees also discuss how things changed once segregation ended and their children’s school experiences.
Records of a textile mill which operated in Lexington, N.C. Contains affirmative action plans, financial analyses, income statements, labor policies and statistics, merchandising plans, operating reports and statistics, and strategic plans. The business was sold to Parkdale Mills of Gastonia, N.C. in 1972.
Diary of an itinerant construction laborer, truck driver, and small-machinery repairman living in Wichita Falls, Texas, and Frederick, Oklahoma. Provides opinions on politics and current events.
This collection contains records generated and kept by James E. Dixon, III during his time as the Executive Assistant to the Chancellor.
The collection includes meeting agendas, minutes, supporting documentation, and correspondence of the chancellor's executive staff committee.
Records of Faculty Governance of Charlotte College and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Includes correspondence, minutes, and reports of the General Faculty (later Faculty Council) and faculty committees, along with files of the Faculty President, covering topics such as curriculum, grants, honorary degrees, and other matters of university governance. Also includes numerous revisions of the faculty constitution.
Primarily consists of illustrations of Whitman and a series of photographic prints.
The Collection contains an assortment of records, photographs and ephemera accumulated by A. Grant Whitney and his daughter, Julie Whitney Austin, in their administration of the Festival in the Park, an annual weekend event in Charlotte, NC since 1964. Also includes information on an off-shoot of the Festival held in the spring, called the Kings Drive Art Walk.
Collection consists of: 1 DVD containing a video interview the donor conducted with his parents in 1991, 20 photographs (TIFF), and 20 email documents reminiscing on his family and life (PDF).
Contains a typewritten travel diary that describes a group trip from Charlotte to Europe in 1972.