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School Children North Carolina Charlotte

Baird's School

Photograph of Baird School for Boys on North Poplar Street was taken in May of 1921. The boys are as follows:First Row: bottom Jack Paschal, Frank Davidson, Sam Pettus, Harry Lassister, Everett McKnight, James Turner, George Edwards, Edgar Jackson, Guy Williams, Paul Funderburk, Edward Fleming, John Myers, not identified, Leo Chaquette, Robert James, Robert Cook, Willard Richburg, Calvin Stewart, John Ross. Second Row: Major J.G. Baird, Reverend J. G.

Dedication of the D.H. Hill School Marker

Photograph of the Dedication of a stone marker for the D. H. Hill School which stood at South Boulevard and Morehead Street.To the right of the marker is D. H. Hill IV, Carolina Platt and D. H. Hill, III. To the left of the marker is a child (unknown), North Governor Angus McLean and Cornelia Fore, Charlotte's leading historian of her day. Her papers are housed in the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room.To the far left, the bearded soldier is possibly named Mason, grandfather of Lillian Crosland. The granite boulder was manufactured by Piedmont Marble Company, and has since been lost.

Confederate Veteran

Unknown Confederate veteran.

Physical Description: 5x7 mounted