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The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, photographs, sheet music, and other miscellaneous materials relating to Shout Freedom. Shout Freedom was a symphonic drama that celebrated the anniversary of the alleged signing of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Collection materials are dated 1948 and in good condition.
The Sorosis Book Club was a professional women's book club in Charlotte, North Carolina. Each program contains discussion topics, officers, committee members, addresses, telephone numbers, meeting dates, hostess, and presenter. Materials are dated 1906-1936.
“The Clubwoman” was a monthly bulletin of the Charlotte Woman’s Club, the city’s oldest civic organization. The first edition was published on October 7, 1936. The publication dealt with club activity and relayed important information to its club members. This collection contains original issues of “The Clubwoman” spanning from approximately 1936-1939 and 1943-1958.
The True Image: Gravestone Art and the Culture of Scotch Irish Settlers in the Pennsylvania and Carolina Backcountry, 2006-2013
The Third Ward Tax Valuation Collection contains newspaper clippings, photographs, tax line map drawings, and tax valuation forms that detail Third Ward properties in Charlotte, North Carolina. Each document includes fields such as: property tax number, street address, property owner, size, amount sold, month/year of purchase, year built, land acreage, tax assessed value, and total. Each form has a photo of the property described. Materials date 1983-1987.
The United Confederate Veterans organization was founded in 1889 to unify the all of the separate groups of confederate veterans, provide relief for veterans and their families, and erect monuments. Reunions were held each year in various southern locations, with the last held in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1951 (as of 2016).
This collection includes artifacts, documents, newspaper clippings, and publications. Materials are dated 1861-1932.
Created in August 1965, WTVI (also known as PBS Charlotte) is the public service television station that serves Charlotte, North Carolina. This collection contains newspaper clippings, VHS tapes, and internal documents from WTVI Citizens Committee, which are comprised of private citizens appointed by the school board to help determine programming for the education channel WTVI. Materials are dated 1968-1998 and in good condition.
- Correspondence 46
- Clubs and Organizations 38
- Photographs 31
- Women--Societies and clubs 28
- Programs 27
- Education 25
- Family Papers/Genealogy 22
- Scrapbooks 22
- Women 19
- Book clubs (Discussion groups) 16
- Charlotte Publications 15
- Business 14
- Newspaper clippings 14
- Publications 14
- Artifacts 12
- City and County Government 12
- Authors 11
- Military 10
- Neighborhoods 10
- Account books 9 ∧ less
- English 135
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools 4
- Harding, Harry P., 1874-1959 3
- Central Piedmont Community College (Charlotte, N.C.) 2
- Charlotte Chamber of Commerce (Charlotte, N.C.) 2
- Charlotte Symphony Orchestra 2
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Charter Commission 2
- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission 2
- Duke Power Company 2
- Duke, James Buchanan, 1856-1925 2
- First Union National Bank of North Carolina 2
- GFWC of North Carolina 2
- Junior League of Charlotte 2
- Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.) 2
- YMCA World Service 2
- Allison, Charles W., 1883-1959 1
- American & Efird Mills, Inc 1
- American Association of University Women 1
- American Association of University Women. Charlotte Branch 1
- American Gold Star Mothers, Inc 1
- American Guild of Organists 1 ∧ less