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Anita Stewart Brown papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS0507
Overview Personal papers, correspondence and memorabilia from Anita S. Brown. Includes materials from her nearly 30 years at Eastern Air Lines.

Campus Pride records

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Identifier: MS0467
Scope and Contents The Campus Pride records document the founding and development of the organization. The records include documentation of the Lambda 10 project, the Out and Greek Conference, and the Pocket Rocket publication. Materials include organizational records, publications and ephemera, and teaching materials.

Dale Earnhardt, Sr. racing memorabilia plaque

 Collection — Box: 1 [F09.157.03.04]
Identifier: MS0392
Scope and Contents Dale Earnhardt "The Intimidator" collectable plaque or memorabilia with authentication card mounted ("The Big Apple Card Company guarantees that the piece of Goodyear tire on this plaque came from racing great, Dale Earnhardt. This tire was used in an actual Winston Cup Race. [Signed by] Robert Weisberg, President, Big Apple Card Company, Sunrise, FL. serving collectors since 1981.") A piece of rubber tire, 1" x 2" is mounted along with a picture of the driver with his car. The picture is...

Sue Henry papers

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Identifier: MS0478
Overview Sue Henry is a gay rights pioneer in Charlotte, North Carolina. The papers consist of materials created and collected by Sue Henry as proprietor of the Rising Moon Books & Beyond bookstore, Charlotte mayoral candidate, and member of a range of social and political organizations.

Clarence O. Kuester, Sr., papers

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Identifier: MS0443
Overview Clarence O. Kuester, Sr. was active with the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce and a tireless promoter of the city and its business potential. The collection also contains a significant assortment of papers concerning a theatrical production entitled “Shout Freedom” which was Kuester’s brain-child and was staged just after his death, in the spring of 1948.