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Historic Houses North Carolina Charlotte

Anna Morrison Jackson's First Residence

The first home occupied by Anna Morrison Jackson in Charlotte following the death of her husband, General Stonewall Stonewall Jackson. Physical Description: 3x5 Publisher: Souvenier Postcard Company

Hezekiah Alexander House

The Hezekiah Alexanders House was erected in 1774. In 1950, the Charlotte Chapter of the D. A. R. restored the home. Physical Description: 3x5, black and white. Publisher: Unknown

Anna Morrison Jackson's House Number Two

The home of Mary Anna Morrison Jackson, widow of General Stonewall Jackson, was located at 306 West Trade Street. Physical Description: 3x5 Publisher: Raphael Tuck and Sons

Wallace or Wallis House

A side view of the Ezekial Wallis or Wallace House that was once located on Albemarle Road. It was one of the oldest houses in Charlotte. Physical Description: 4x5 glossy Publisher: Unknown

Zebulon Vance House

The Charlotte residence of Zebulon B. Vance (1830-1894), served as twice as Governor of North Carolina (1862-1865) and (1877-1879) and later as United States Senator from North Carolina (1879-1894). After his first term as Governor, Vance, a native of Buncombe County, settled in Charlotte and practiced law.

Physical Description: Black and White

Publisher: Unknown

Brown and Van Landingham House

Peter M. Brown's home was located at 300 East Avenue. Brown (1859-1913) was a real estate executive and businessman. The John Van Landingham House was located at 500 East Trade Street. Van Landingham (1848-1873) was a cotton broker.

Physical Description: 8x10 glossy 4x5 negative

Publisher: Unknown

Phifer House

 Unknown house possily once located on Hawthorne Road. Physical Description: negative only Publisher: Unknown

Hezekiah Alexander House

Hezekiah Alexander House was built in 1774. This rock house is located on Shamrock Drive. It is the oldest house in Mecklenburg County.Today it is part of the Charlotte History Museum. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown

Rosedale House

Rosedale House is also known as the Craig-Davidson House in honor of its two previous owners. Built around 1780, it is located on North Tryon Street. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown