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Carolina Theater Interior Shot

Wondeful example of the decorative interior design that is typically found in movie theaters from the 1920s and 1930s.
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

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Carolina Theater 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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Charlotte Fire Fighters

Charlotte Fire Fighters posed for this picture on January 18, 1916. This picture was taken next door to Charlotte City Hall (on the right) on North Tryon Street.
Same as:H.2000.01.152.19 Physical Description: 8x 10 glossy, black and white Publisher:

Dr. Isaac Wilson

 
Dr. Issac Wilson (1803-) and his third wife Susan McLean Wilson. They lived near the small crossroads of Martindale in Lemley Township. Physical Description: negatives only Publisher:

Carolina Theater Staircase to Balcony (Charlotte)

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

Publisher: