LeGette Blythe was a sage from North Mecklenburg who saw history in every part of the modern city. Librarian Thomas Cole of the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room will discuss his works.
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Journalist Harry Golden was the "Carolina Israelite" who wrote a little bit about a lot of things. He stopped to think more deeply when he wrote about his adopted home of Charlotte. Librarian Thomas Cole of the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room will discuss his works.
Dorothy Knox earned her stripes as a reporter and columnist for the Charlotte News. In the 1930s and 40s, she mixed personal and local news in a way that endeared her to her readers. Thomas Cole, Librarian in the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room, discusses her work.
The editorial staff of the Central High Rambler in 1938. Marion Hargrove (center) was the editor. He turned the job over to Kenneth Barnsdalle (standing) and Dick Young, Jr. (right). Faculty advisor Jessie Henderson is on the left. (Hargrove went onto to become a popular writer.) Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown
Harry Golden was the author of numerous books and the editor of The Carolina Israelite. This photograph appeared Hoyle's Tar Heel Writers I have Known. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown