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Charlotte Country Club

Charlotte Country Club was founded in 1910 and is located four miles east of uptown Charlotte, in the historic Plaza-Midwood neighborhood.

Physical Description: 3 x 5 postcard


East Trade Street


Veiw of East Trade Street from the Square. Physical Description: color postcard

Publisher: Southern Post Card Company


Y.W.C.A. (Interior View) Charlotte, North Carolina

This an interior view of the  Charlotte Y.W.C.A. that was organized on November 11, 1874. This was the second building constructed by the organization. It was  located next door to the Latta Arcade in the 300 block of South Tryon Street. 

Physical Description: color postcard

Publisher: Stone and Barringer Book Company


Myers Park Country Club in Charlotte, North Carolina

The Myers Park Country Club formed in 1921 with over three hundred members. This is a picture of the first club house.

Physical Description: black and white postcard

Publisher: Dixie News Company, Charlotte, North Carolina


Mercy Hospital, Charlotte, NC (1952)

In 1906, the Sisters of Mercy first established a hospital in Charlotte in uptown Charlotte near St. Peter's Catholic Church. This facilty opened in 1916 with additional wings added over time. Today, the facility is under the control of the Carolinas Healthcare System and is now called Carolinas Medical Center-Mercy.

Physical Description: Genuine Curteich-Chicago post card

Publisher: Dixie News Company

Uptown Charlotte in the 1920s

An aerial view looking north up Tryon Street in Charlotte, NC."

Physical Description: Postcard

Publisher: S.H. Kress


Anna Morrison Jackson's House

Anna Morrison Jackson made her home in Charlotte off and on following the death of hersband, General Stonewall Jackson. This was the first home she lived in, and it was located on Trade Street.

Physical Description: 3x5 postcard, black and white

Publisher: Unknown


Carolina China Market

G.W. MacKinnon owned and operated the Carolina China Market which was located on Highway 29 in Charlotte. It offerred the largest selection of fine china, crystal, pottery and other novelty items. The store carried 200 patterns of earthenware and china.

Physical Description: Black and white postcard

Publisher: National Press, Inc. North Carolina