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Oakden Motor Court

Oakden Motor Court was located two miles south of Charlotte, North Carolina on US 29 and 74. C.H.Ogden and his wife ran the facility. Physical Description: 3x5 Publisher: Unknown

Hotel Charlotte

Demolished in 1988, the Hotel Charlotte was located at 239 West Trade Street. It was here that Victor Records recorded some of Country Music's early stars, including Bill Monroe and the Carter Family. Physical Description: 8x10, 5x7 Publisher: Unknown

Selwyn Hotel

The Selwyn Hotel was located on West Trade Street. The Realty Building or Independence Building can be seen in the background. Trolley tracks are clearly visible.

Physical Description: 8x10 from a postcard not the best copy for duplication.

Publisher: Unknown

Queen City Hotel

The Queen City Hotel was located on the northeast corner of College and Fifth Streets. Physical Description: 8x10 Publisher: Unknown

Central Hotel

The Central Hotel was one of the longest operating hotels in Charlotte (1849-1930s.) Originally known as the Mansion House, the name was changed in the 1870s. The owners of the hotel boasted of its large, elegant ballroom. It was reportedly the largest hotel between Washington, DC and Atlanta, GA.

Physical Description: 35 mm Negative

Publisher: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Central Hotel Annex

The Central Hotel Annex was located at South Tryon Street.

Physical Description: 5x7 print35 mm negative

Publisher: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

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