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Carolina Theater Lobby

Director Sam Woods directed actors Robert Montgomery and Elliot Nugent in So This is College. It was was released in 1929.

Physical Description: 8x 10 glossy, black and white

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The Square

View of the Square in uptown Charlotte Charlotte businesses and street near the Square including Garibaldi and Bruns Jewelers and the Independence  Building on pedistrians on the sidewalk make this one of the most vibrant images from this period. Physical Description: 8 x 10 black and white with 4 x 5 negative Publisher:

Public Theatre Managers Training School

 
Public Theatre Managers Training School with Director John P. Barry was held June 10-22, 1928 at the Carolina Thater
 
 
The Carolina Theater opened in 1927 on the corner of North Tryon and Sixth Streets. With a seating capacity of 1,800 and beautiful architectural and decorative features, it remained popular entertaintment venue for many years. Today part of the theatre still stands and efforts are underway to restore the structure to its initial glory.

Physical Description: 4 x 4 prints, 5 x 7 prints and 2 x 2 negatives

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Carolina Theater Interior Shot

The Carolina Theatre opened in 1927 on the corner of North Tryon and Sixth Streets. With a seating capacity of 1,800 and beautiful architectural and decorative features, it remained popular entertaintment venue for many years. Today part of the theatre still stands and efforts are underway to restore the structure to its initial glory.

Physical Description: 4x4 print with 4 x 5 negative, 5 x 7 prints

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Mack M. Wallace House North Brevard Street

This Empire Revival House with mansard roof was once occupied by merchant Mack M. Wallace and his family. Located in the 100 block of North Brevard Street, it later became an antique store owned by Archie Moore. Physical Description: 8 x 10 black and white Publisher: