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Tate Family

From left to right: Thad Tate, Sr., Maggie Tate Trent (1887-1934), Thaddeus Tate, Jr. (1893-), Estelle Tate Tyson (1891-1938), Dewitt Talmadge Tate (1896-1935), Cora Tate Booton (1892-1979), William Tate (1901-), Mildred Tate Pettis (1898-1983), Edward S. Tate (1903-1969), Aurelia (Midge) Tate Henderson (1900-1997), Don Guion Tate (1908-1982) attending the funeral of their mother Mary L. Butler Tate in July of 1928.

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Thaddeus Lincoln Tate (1865-1951)

Artist's sketch of Thad L. Tate who was one of Charlotte's earliest and most prominent African American businessmen. He came to Charlotte as a barber. In 1882, he opened his own shop, an enterprise that he would operate for 61 years.
In addition to a his own business Tate was prominent in banking in Charlotte. He served as director of the Mechanics' Perpetual Building and Loan Company. He founded the Mecklenburg Investment Company.

Friday Evening Social Club

This photograph of the Friday Evening Social Club was taken about 1907. The members were schoolteachers at the Myers Street School.

LAURA M. BOOTON

 

Hargrave Family Portrait

Hargrave family portrait shows Zoel Hargrave, Sr., and six children. Seated: Carrie Lucille Hargrave, Zoel Hargrave, Sr. and Fannie Rosalie Hargrave. Standing are Zoel Hargrave, Jr., Edward Hargrave, Vivian Hargrave, and James Hargrave.

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Thad Lincoln Tate Family circa 1907

Thad Lincoln Tate (1865-1951) was one of Charlotte's earliest and most prominent African American businessmen. He came to Charlotte as a barber. In 1882, he opened his own shop, an enterprise that he would operate for 61 years.
In addition to a his own business Tate was prominent in banking in Charlotte. He served as director of the Mechanics' Perpetual Building and Loan Company. He founder the Mecklenburg Investment Company.

Thaddeus and Mary Tate

Thaddeus L. Tate and Mary L. Butler Tate.The Tate family lived in this elegant home at 504 East 7th Street. Thaddeus Tate opened a barber shop in 1882 which prospered for over sixty years. He co-founded several of Charlotte's leading black businesses, including the Afro-American Mutual Insurance Company and the Mecklenburg Investment Company. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Bobbie Mickisen

Bobbie Mickisen in 1930. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Group Picture

Group Picture. Starting on the back row, from left to right: unknown, unknown, Beatrice DeVeau, unknown.Front row, from left to right: unknown, Pricilla DeVeau, Gertrude DeVeau. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Odell Junior

Odell Junior in 1940. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Pearl DeVeau

Pearl DeVeau in 1934. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown