Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box SFC4 [F09.090.03.02], Folder: 473
Overview Contains an invitation to a party at the Central Hotel at the southeast corner of Trade and Tryon streets in Charlotte, NC dated May 29, 1873.
Dates: 1873 May 29
Summary Institutional papers of Charlotte College Center (1946-1949). Includes correspondence and other materials relating to administrative functions, policy development, procedure establishment, academics, athletics, and student involvement.
Overview Contains slides, photographs and negatives documenting historic neighborhoods in Charlotte. Also includes newsletters concerning historic preservation.
Overview "Discover Charlotte" consists of 16mm films about Charlotte history, cultural events, and local celebrities and notables. The film project is also referred to as "Charlotte" and also as "Charlotte on Film" and "Charlotte Film Collection."
Dates: 1950 - 1970
Overview The collection contains letters to Arthur Grady Hemby Jr. and Samuel Robert Hemby during the times that they served in the Navy, 1940- to November 23, 1952.
Dates: 1940 October 19 - 1970 August 1
Collection — Box SFC4 [F09.090.03.02], Folder: 490
Overview Contains one sterling key to the City of Charlotte emobossed, "Stan Brookshire" on verso that was given to Betty Yelton Alexander in recognition of 30 1/2 years of service in the City of Charlotte Purchasing Department.
Overview The Wesley Mancini papers document the work of the Wesley Mancini Foundation as well as Mancini's textile design company, Wesley Mancini Ltd. Includes correspondence, grants and minutes from the foundation as well as numerous magazines and publications that feature articles about Mancini's textile firm and advocacy work.
Dates: circa 1977-2014
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 50 interviewse conducted by UNC Charlotte students for a class in African Studies taught by Dr. Robert Smith between 2004 and 2006. The project was titled "Talk, Listen, and Learn: The Charlotte African American Oral History Project," and the purpose of the project was to chronicle and collect the histories of a wide cross-section of African Americans in the Charlotte area from the middle decades of the twentieth century until the mid-2000s.
Dates: 2004 - 2006