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Overview Primarily letters (1895-98) written by this Mecklenburg County native and Associate Reformed Presbyterian minister during his long-distance courtship of his future wife, Eva Lee Hickman. He describes his studies at Erskine Theological Seminary (S.C.), her attendance at State College for Women (Va.), their growing affection for each other, his early days as a minister in Florida and South Carolina, and his expectations as to the proper role of a minister's wife. Also includes his account book...
Overview Collection 389 consists of a scrapbook and a small collection of organizational records from the Charlotte, North Carolina, Junior DAR chapter.
Overview This collection consists of manuscripts and other material relating to Mary Norton Kratt's writing: including books, articles, and poetry (published and unpublished). The collection also includes photographs that she used in the development of Legacy: The Myers Park Story, and Charlotte: Spirit of the New South. There is also a large amount of research material that Kratt used in writing "Legacy: The Myers Park Story," "New South Women" and "Spirit of the New South."
Overview Chiefly original photographs by Roberts and copies of other photographs used in books for which he was photographic editor. Also includes photographs rejected for publication, typescripts and proofs, related clippings and correspondence, and texts of works by Nancy Roberts, LeGette Blythe, David Stick, Dick Gorrell, and Frances Griffin
Overview Primarily papers of Ella Hargrove Sayre Sullivan Robinson, a Montgomery, Ala., native who married Walter Bernard Sullivan (1885-1921), co-owner of The Columbia Record (1912-15) and The Charlotte Observer (1916-21). Includes business records and family papers (ca. 1846-ca. 1900) of the Sayre family; Robinson's correspondence and financial records as a young woman, wife, and widow; and some financial records (1912-1922) of The Charlotte Observer.
Overview Literary manuscripts of a poet, teacher, and UNC Charlotte graduate. Includes correspondence, promotional material, and drafts, typescripts, and printed copies of poems, stories, and reviews.