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Street view of Tryon Street in Uptown Charlotte. Shows development of skyline with various buildings. Trolley lines, cars and horse-drawn buggies are means of transportation. Clear view of Hawley's store is also visible.

A lease dated September 1, 1923 by architect M.E Boyer for a property on South Church Street, Uptown Charlotte.

The second and third pages of the Revised Charter of The City of Charlotte specifically outlines the extension of the corporate limits of Uptown. Discusses the extending limits in terms of 'wards'.

This is an image of five black and white still images showing various angles of the interior of Ivey's Department store in uptown Charlotte. The images depict some of the items on display for sale and several aisles that ran throughout the store.

A view of Trade Street in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. It depicts the street that has Trolley lines, and shows the development of the area. The left side of the picture has buildings and skyscrapers, while the right has smaller buildings. It…

This is a black and white still photograph of the exterior of Ivey's Department Store located in uptown Charlotte. The building is five stories tall. There are several automobiles parked on the street beside the store. The sign on the corner clearly…

The Revised Charter of the City of Charlotte outlines the new corporate limits of Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. Describes the urban growth of Charlotte.

A view of the Commercial National Bank Building in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Statement of Dr. Nesbit residence in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. Describes the various labor and material cost of this building by architect M.E. Boyer.

This is a black and white photograph of the interior of Ivey's Department Store in its uptown location. The photo highlights the large size of the store. Several aisles are noticeable with different items ready for purchase.