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World War Soldiers in Charlotte

World War I Soldiers in front of the Carnegie Library on North Tryon Street.
  Physical Description: Panorama (partial) Publisher:

Carolina Theater Women's Lounge

The lounge or sitting area designated for women was designed to create an atmosphere of both comfort and elegance. 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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Ratcliffe Florist (1940)

The Ratcliffe Florist at 431 South Tryon Street began operations in 1929 when Louis Ratcliffe started the business.  This wonderful example of Mediterranean Revival style was designed by William H. Peeps (1868-1950). Physical Description: negatives only Publisher:

Carolina Theater Staff (Charlotte)

Ushers and Managers of the Carolina Theatre.
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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John B. Ross House

The John B. Ross House is a wonderful example of Italian Revival architecture.  at Once located at 502 North College Street, the home was built it between 1894 and 1896.  John B. Ross (1852-1933) was the president of the John B. Ross Company and vice-president of the First National Bank.

Physical Description: 8 x 10 Original print

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Street Car Motormen

Group portrait of three motormen with the Charlotte Streetcars.

Physical Description: negatives only

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Carolina Theater Upstairs Lounge (Charlotte)

The lounge of the Carolina Theatre featured Mediterranean furniture, wall hangings and other accessories.
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 entertainment 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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House on Pine Street

House on Pine Street, thought to be the first house built by James A. Jones, founder of J.A. Jones Construction. Physical Description: Negative only Publisher:

Street Car Motormen

Group portrait of three motormen with the Charlotte Streetcars.

Physical Description: negatives only

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