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Oversize box OF9 [F09.002.05.02]

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Contains 8 Collections and/or Records:

Sears, Roebuck, & Company--Oversize Material, undated

 File — Oversize Box: OF9 [F09.002.05.02], Folder: 5
Scope and Contents Includes an advertisement from Sears, Roebuck, & Co. for products.
Dates: undated

Charlotte News (newspapers), 1941 December 7, 10

 File — Oversize Box: OF9 [F09.002.05.02], Folder: 16
Scope and Contents Concerning the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor. There is also a 1991 reprint of the December 7, 1941 issue.
Dates: 1941 December 7, 10

Deeds, 1843 - 1960

 File — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Records of real estate transactions for lands in the Mallard Creek section of Mecklenburg County purchased by William T. Alexander I, William T. Alexander II, Mary Charlotte Alexander, and William T. Alexander III. Some of these deeds are located in oversize storage. Photocopies of them are found in this folder.
Dates: 1843 - 1960

Memorabilia, 1832 - 1956

 File — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Contains an essay on cotton by James Gilmer Alexander, son of William Tasse Alexander I. Also includes sewing patterns from the early 1900s, farmers bulletin, county political ticket, and picture book from Newell Junior High School (1954-55) and an issues of The Advocate and The Rambler (school newspapers from Alexander Graham High School and Charlotte High School).
Dates: 1832 - 1956

Receipts for consumer goods, 1836 - 1919

 File — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Early records include bills paid by William T. Alexander I, money paid to William T. Alexander I, records of household purchases, primarily food and clothing, and many pairs of shoes. [NOTE: this may be significant because accounts of the children of former captives attest to Alexanders’ generosity in buying his captives shoes, a very uncommon practice amongst enslavers.] Records from the 1900s include the purchase of a phonograph, a piano, and an automobile engine.
Dates: 1836 - 1919