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Buildings North Carolina Charlotte

Home Federal Savings and Loan

A picture of the Home Federal Savings and Loan Building prior to its demolition in 1965. Located at the corner of Fourth and Tryon Street, the photograph was taken on April 1, 1965. This building was once the Buford Hotel.

Physical Description: negatives only

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Tryon Street (North)

View of North Tryon Street from Trade Street features cars from the 1950s and the shops that existed at that time.

Physical Description: 8 x 10 black and white

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Tryon Street (North)

Looking north on Tryon Street from Fourth Street.

Physical Description: 8x10 black and white glossy.

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Old Osborne Corner (The Square)

The northwest corner of the Square, the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets, was once known as Old Osborne Corner. It was named for the Mrs. Osborne who owned a large amount of property in the uptown area.

Physical Description: negatives only

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Mack M. Wallace House North Brevard Street

This Empire Revival House with mansard roof was once occupied by merchant Mack M. Wallace and his family. Located in the 100 block of North Brevard Street, it later became an antique store owned by Archie Moore. Physical Description: 8 x 10 black and white Publisher:

Independence Building Under Construction

Street scene in uptown Charlotte showing road repair, construction of the Independence Building, and two streetcars, the Fourth Ward and the Highland Park (North Charlotte). Physical Description: Negative only Publisher: