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Title

Masonic Temple Photographs

Subject

Masonic Temple, Charlotte, North Carolina, Masonry Fraternity Brothers, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission, Historic Preservation, Egyptian Revival Style, Charles Christian Hook, Downtown Charlotte, Demolition.

Description

The Masonic Temple was built in 1869. Three Charlotte lodges created the Masonic Temple Association. Samuel Wittkowsky, a leading Jewish resident of Charlotte, headed the organization, the sole purpose of which was to secure funds for the construction of a temple.

Creator

Joseph Ciarlante

Source

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission

Publisher

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Date

12/7/2010

Contributor

Mary Carolyn Dominick
Group #5

Rights

The digital reproductions on this site, from materials held by, Johnson C. Smith University’s Inez Moore Parker Archives and Research Center, are provided to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte students, faculty and staff, and other researcher who visit the site, for research consultation and scholarly purposes only. Further distribution and/or any commercial use of works from this site is strictly forbidden without the permission of Johnson C. Smith University’s Inez Moore Parker Archives and Research Center.

Relation

Charlotte's New South City, Built Environment, Egyptian Revival Architecture, Historic Preservation, Rock Hill Center Columns

Format

JPG.

Language

English

Type

Black and White Photographs. Polaroid Photograph. Five Still Images.

Identifier

http://history.uncc.edu/digitalage/admin/items/show/242

Coverage

Charlotte, N.C. 1987.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Photograph

Physical Dimensions

8x10

Citation

Joseph Ciarlante, "Masonic Temple Photographs," in Life in a New South City: Charlotte, NC 1865-1929, Item #242, http://digitalage.uncc.edu/items/show/242 (accessed November 21, 2017).

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