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Jefferson Apartments

The Jefferson Apartments were located at 105 N. Church Street. This photograph was taken in August of 1924.

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy

Publisher: Unknown

Chemstrand Library at UNCC

Interior shot of the Chemstrand Library at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Physical Description: black and white glossy

Publisher: Unknown

First Presbyterian Church

Black and white postcard of First Presbyterian Church.

hysical Description: 3x5

Publisher: Adolphe Selige Publishing

Greensboro Downtown

A photograph of 123 W. Market Street in Greensboro, North Carolina. The third building from the right is identified as the property of VanWyek Williams.

Physical Description: 8x10

Publisher: Unknown

South Tryon Street

The 100 block of South Tryon Street on May 2, 1925. Note the sign for Julia M. Alexander, who was running for Mayor.

Physical Description: black and white glossy

Publisher: Unknown

Brown and Van Landingham House

Peter M. Brown's home was located at 300 East Avenue. Brown (1859-1913) was a real estate executive and businessman. The John Van Landingham House was located at 500 East Trade Street. Van Landingham (1848-1873) was a cotton broker.

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy 4x5 negative

Publisher: Unknown

Camp Greene Officers

Colonel McComb & staff pose in front of Camp Greene Headquarters on March 14, 1919. S. B. Alexander donated his summer home, Enderly, to be used as the headquarters.

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy

Publisher: Unknown

1929 Confederate Reunion

Two Boy Scouts assist one of the attendees of the Confederate Reunion that was held in Charlotte in 1929. This image was donated by the Charlotte Observer on November 18, 1975.

Physical Description: black and white glossy

Publisher: Charlotte Observer

Joseph Pearson Caldwell

Joseph Pearson Caldwell was the editor of the `Charlotte Observer` from 1892 to 1911.

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy

Publisher: Unknown