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

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 title is written in red, in the style of the Olde English font.

This is the first page of a program from the Charlotte Woman's Club.

Photo of the synagogue circa. 1906, used in conjunction with turn of the century Charlotte Jewish life.

The typed letter describes the site and location of the building the Charlotte Woman's Club planned to construct in 1923 at a cost of $35,000.

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.

The entrance to the Hebrew Cemetery. The cemetery was established in 1867 and is where many of Charlotte's earliest prominent Jewish residents are interred. The gate is wrought iron and is accessible from Statesville Road.

The beginnings of the development of the banking district in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. View of the few buildings on South Tryon Street in 1913. Includes view of the architecture, as well as a street view.

Aerial view of Lakewood Park, major recreational area in Charlotte, NC 1910 - 1936