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John Charles McNeill

This bust of John Charles McNeill is in the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room at the Main Branch of the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County. McNeill was a columnist for the Charlotte Observer during the 19th century.

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy

Publisher: Unknown

Woodall & Sheppard Drugstore

The people in this image are identified as Woodall and Shepherd Graduates in Pharmacy. The information on the back of this photograph indicates it was the Fitzsimmons Drugstore. However, the original image clearly identifies the picture as the Woodall and Shephard Pharmacy that was located on the Square.

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy - 4x5 negative

Publisher: Unknown

Governor Cameron Morrison

Cameron Morrison was Governor of North Carolina and resided in Charlotte after his term in office. His estate, Morrocroft, is now part of the South Park and Ballantyne communities.

Physical Description: black and white - glossy

Publisher: Unknown

Wallace or Wallis House

A side view of the Ezekial Wallis or Wallace House that was once located on Albemarle Road. It was one of the oldest houses in Charlotte. Physical Description: 4x5 glossy Publisher: Unknown

Phifer House

 Unknown house possily once located on Hawthorne Road. Physical Description: negative only Publisher: Unknown

Unknown Woman

Portrait of young woman c 1890.

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy4x 5 negative

Publisher: Unknown

Senator John F. Kennedy

Senator John F. Kennedy at Douglas Airport on January 15, 1959. Thomas L. Robinson is the left.

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy

Publisher: Unknown

Columbia Building

Columbia Building location unknown

Physical Description: black and white glossy of a postcard

Publisher: Unknown

Davidson College

View of Davidson College campus.

Physical Description: glossy

Publisher: Unknown