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This is a program of the calendar year for the Charlotte Woman's Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. The dark taupe program cover is stapled together, but has holes on the left side, which suggests a decorative ribbon was once attached. The writing…

The Hebrew Benevolent Society purchased an 11 acre parcel of land in an outlying area of Charlotte far from the city center in 1867. As the surrounding inner-city neighborhood grew closer, the Jewish community was able to acquire more land, change…

These are pages two and three of a Charlotte Woman's Club Program. Officers, Chairmen of Departments and Appointed Committees are listed in these pages.

This is a program of the calendar year for the Charlotte Woman's Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. The taupe program cover is bound together by a red ribbed string. The program does not provide the organization name on the front, but does have the…

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.

Marion (Heineman) Hirshinger (1854-1933) holding up her grandaughter Marion Wadsworth Cannon who is wearing a white dress. Hirshinger is wearing a black dress.

This is the forward of a Chamber of Commerce book. It encourages people to come and visit the city.