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Tryon Street (North)

View of North Tryon Street from Trade Street features cars from the 1950s and the shops that existed at that time.

Physical Description: 8 x 10 black and white


Tryon Street (North)

Looking north on Tryon Street from Fourth Street.

Physical Description: 8x10 black and white glossy.


Charlotte News Sports Reporters

Great shot of the Sports News Room at the Charlotte Observer. The photograph below captures the legendary sports staff of the 1940s and 1950s, from left-to-right: Herman Helms, Sam Miller, Dick Pierce, Wilton Garrison and Richard Morris. Physical Description: 8x10 Black and White 4x5 Negative Publisher:

Elizabeth College in Winter

Midway section of Elizabeth College looking toward the Music Conservatory after a snowstorm.

Physical Description: Original in scrapbook


United States Post Office and Assay Office

This is the way the United States Post Office and Courthouse appeared shortly after its completion in 1915. The second additon was constructed in 1934. Today it is known as The Charles R. Jonas Federal Building. This is historic two-story, limestone structure in the neo-classical design is located at 401 West Trade Street, in Charlotte. An addition was built in 1934. At various times it has served as a courthouse of the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina, and a United States post office.