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Charlotte Chamber of Commerce films

 Collection
Call Number: MS0222
Overview Films from the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, all are reel-to-reel format unless indicated as DVD.

Charlotte Corporate Communication records

 Collection
Call Number: MS0437
Overview The collection consists of a small assortment of papers generated by the City of Charlotte concerning Freedom Park and the Charlotte Coliseum, and a much larger assortment of photographs, mainly of city officials (mayors and city council members from the mid 1960s to the late 1990s). The collection also includes photographs of street scenes (some dating to the 1940s), cityscapes and skylines of Charlotte, as well as city employees at work. Most of the photos were taken by staff photographers,...

W.A. Kennedy papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS0040
Overview Papers of a Charlotte businessman and engineer relating to his role in promoting Charlotte College as a community college and technical institute and in securing for it status as a four year, state supported college. Includes minutes, reports, and recommendations of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Education Committee; correspondence with the State Advisory Budget Commission, other state government officials, and individuals in the University of North Carolina system; statistical and research...

Kirk and Alexander Store (Charlotte, N.C.) account book

 Collection — Oversize Box: 1 [F09.135.02.07]
Call Number: MS0254
Overview Account book for a general goods store on North Tryon Street in Charlotte operated by James Kirk and Edwin Alexander, a son of Maj. Thomas Alexander. Entries begin on July 28, 1819 and go through March 28, 1821. Among those with accounts at the store were Thomas G. Polk, Samuel C. Caldwell, Isaac Alexander, and Robert Wilson.

John Weil papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS0408
Overview The collection consists of the papers of John (Jack) Weil, circa 1960-2009. This includes, journals, appointment books, papers from Christ Episcopal Church (in Charlotte, NC), Weil family genealogical notes, records from Systems Associates, Inc., and a rare IBM corporate songbook.