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Family wedding. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Oscar Jackson (1877-1961)

Tribute to Mr. Oscar Jackson from John M. Scott (1866-1945), chairman of the Board for Wachovia. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Oscar Jackson Certificate

Grand Master's Certificate of Appointment to Mr. Oscar Jackson. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Excelsior Club

The Jacksons and McKees at the opening of the Excelsior Club. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Johnson C. Smith University's Sixty-Fifth Anniversary

The celebration of the sixty-fifth anniversary of the founding of JCSU and the twenty-fifth anniversary of Dr. H. L. McCrorey, President on April 7, 1932. Physical Description: Panorma shot. Print stored in oversize box. Publisher: Unknown

Zoel Hargrave

Zoel Hargrave on the occasion of his 50th college reunion. Johnson C. Smith University, class of 1910.From left to right: Mr. Downing (first name unknown), Mr. Beatty (first name unknown), Zoel Hargrave, Mr. Logan (first name unknown), Mr. Adams (first name unknown). Physical Description: Panoramic image. Publisher: Unknown

Mercy Hospital

Mercy Hospital was founded by the Sisters of Mercy of Belmont, North Carolina in February 1906. Originally it was a twenty-five bed facility in a wooden building on East First Street behind St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church. The second facility, pictured here, opened in 1916 on East Fifth Street. Additions increased and by 1960, the hospital had a capacity of 300 beds Physical Description: 3x5 Publisher: Unknown

Mecklenburg Declaration Day

Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence Parade that took place on May 20, 1908. Physical Description: 3x5 Publisher: International Post Card Company

Parade Scene at the Corner of Mint and Trade (Presbyterian Hospital featured)

A parade was held every year to celebrate Mecklenburg Declaration day. This photograph features the first building to house the Presbyterian Hospital. It was located on the second floor of the building. Notice the patients and nurses standing on the balcony. It was located on the corner of Mint and Trade Streets across from the Selwyn Hotel. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown