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Charlotte Symphony Orchestra

The Charlotte Symphony played its first concert March 20, 1931. Today it is a fine professional symprony orchestra, probably the oldest symphony orchestra in the South in continuous operation.

Physical Description: 8 x 10 inches, black and white, glossy

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Liles Nix Company

 
 
In 1910, Floyd L. Liles of Spartanburg opened a ready wear goods store at 6 S. Tryon called the Floyd L. Liles Company. In 1911, Joseph R. Nix became a partner and the store changed its name to Liles and Nix. In 1912, the store moved to 17-19 West Trade Street but closed one year later in 1913. 
  Physical Description: 3 x 5 inches, glossy, bloack and white Publisher:

Elmwood Cemetery Staff

 
 Cemetary Staff posing in 1945 Physical Description: 8 x 10 inches, Black and White Publisher:

A&P North Caswell Road interior

Mr. Boyd & Mr. W.M. Hannor. April 15, 1932 show off their produce at the A & P in the Elizabeth Neighborhood. Physical Description: 3 x 5 inches, black and white Publisher:

Harry Golden

 
Photo of Harry Golden (May 6, 1902 – October 2, 1981) in his Charlotte home.
Harry Golden was an author, Civil Rights activist and publisher of the Carolina Israelite.  

Physical Description: 3 x 8 black and white, mounted

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Charlotte Speedway

 
Photo of drivers and crowd at the inaugural race at Charlotte Speedway
1924
 

Physical Description: 4 x 9.5 inches Black and White

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F. C. Abbott

 
Frederick Charles Abbott (1862-1959) was born in Connecticut and moved to Charlotte when he was in his thirties. He was the author of Fifty Years in Charlotte Real Estate, 1897-1947.

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