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Collection — Oversize Box: 1 [F09.135.01.05]
Overview Autograph books of Charlotte children from the post-Civil war 1800s.
Dates: 1883 - 1890
Overview Contains cards, newsletters and programs concerning the Charlotte LGBT community, including items related to One Voice and Charlotte Pride. There are also several posters related to "Coming Out" events in the Charlotte area.
Dates: 1990 - 2000
Collection — Oversize Box: OF13 [F09.002.07.01], Folder: 1
Overview Miscellaneous records (3 oversize documents, 1 framed), pertaining to property in Mecklenburg and Lincoln counties.
Dates: 1801, 1811, 1862
Overview The collection consists of materials associated with the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Included are souvenir facsimiles of the Mecklenburg County Declaration of Independence; reproductions of pen and ink drawings of Mecklenburg County landmarks; reproductions of articles and book reviews pertaining to the declaration in the Mecklenburg gazette, Harper's monthly, and other publications; a special Mecklenburg Independence Day edition of the Charlotte observer issued in 1975; and copies...
Dates: 1775 - 1975
Collection — Box: SFC4 [F09.090.03.02], Folder: 413
Overview The N.C. School Desegregation collection, 1955-1956 (mss 413), is a small assortment (one folder) of mostly published material, generated by the faction that was opposed to the racial desegregation of public schools. The organizer of this material is not known.
Dates: 1955 - 1956
Overview Black and white photographs of 54 writers with North Carolina connections.
Dates: 1960 - 1987; 1960
Collection — Box: SFC2 [F09.090.02.02], Folder: 227
Overview Handwritten letter by an unidentified woman named Sydney [no last name given] to her "family" in which she informs them that she, her husband Walter, and their daughter Heather, have joined a commune of people who travel around the country in transformed school buses. Of note is her reference to the Sunshine Co-op in Charlotte, which received discarded food items from supermarkets and used it as their primary food source. The "Uncle Julius" mentioned in the letter is possibly Julius Levitch of...
Dates: circa 1970
Collection — Box: SFC3 [F09.090.03.01], Folder: 236
Overview Contains a lithograph of an architectural rendering of the United States Courthouse and Post Office Building that was located on W. Trade St. in uptown Charlotte.