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This early 20th century post card depicts two of Charlotte's cotton mills.

Black and white photograph of church that is thought to be St. Paul's Church. Two steeples are present on either side, with multiple stain-glass windows. Tree in foreground.

This photo is an image of the second location of Little Rock AME Zion Church, originally located in Third Ward. The photo depicts the congregation as they are in the process of moving their church to Myers Street in First Ward in 1911.

This panoramic image depicts the 17th Annual Session of the Primitive Baptist Church National Convention of the U.S.A.,held at Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church in 1924.

Postcard painting of the City Hall in Charlotte, NC. View of the front and right facades.

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

This photograph of Jacob Rintels headstone was taken on November 9, 2010.

The hand written registry provides a list of the presidents for the Charlotte Woman's Club and the years they served in the organization. The list begins from 1899 to 1923, until the stained ink makes the handwriting illegible.

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 red and gold ribbed string. The title is written in Olde English font, with red and black font colors. …

Image of Ivey's Department Store being constructed in uptown Charlotte in 1923. The photo was taken from across the street from the fire escape of the Selwyn Hotel. The photo is in black and white and the steel frame is visible. Written at the bottom…