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Charlotte's Early Jewish History

SHALOM, Y'ALL!

This exhibit showcases the building of the early Charlotte Jewish community, 1865-1929, with an emphasis on religion, commerce, and community life. 

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Charlotte's Early Jewish History

SHALOM, Y'ALL!

This exhibit showcases the building of the early Charlotte Jewish community, 1865-1929, with an emphasis on religion, commerce, and community life. 

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The Charlotte Woman's Club

The Charlotte Woman's Club Exhibit is a compilation of documents and images from one of Charlotte's oldest civic organizations.  First organized in 1899, its membership and civic activities slowly began to make the club an essential part of Charlotte, NC. 

During this period, members of the organization published an annual program listing the events and schedule for the season. These events ranged from the arts, like musical evenings, and civic issues, like health and education. With this exhibit, the world of women in Progressive Era Charlotte, North Carolina will be discovered. 

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Selling the New South City














The City of Charlotte has often worked on promoting itself as the New South City.  This culture of "boosterism" has led the city to advertise its advances in Industry, Commerce, Community Development, and Public Architecture. "Selling the New South City" examines the ways that Charlotte sought to cast itself as a modern metropolis.





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