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Elizabeth College (Building and Grounds)

Four scenes of Elizabeth College, a private womans school at the intersection of Elizabeth and Hawthorne. They include the Main Building, which is now the Presbyterian Hospital: the Gerrard Conservatory of Music, the Main Gate and a view of the campus. Physical Description: 3x5 collor postcard Publisher: Stone and Barringer Publishers

Elizabeth College Interior shot

This interior shot of Elizabeth College is from an original publication in the Elizabeth College Papers. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Elizabeth College

Interior view of a room at Elizabeth College. Elizabeth College was located on Hawthorne Road. It opened in 1896. This popular school for girls remained in Charlotte until 1915. Physical Description: Original in Elizabeth College Papers Publisher: Unknown

Luther Synder House

The Luther Snyder Residence at 1109 Queens Road was remodeled in the 1980s. Today it is known as Carol Hall, and is used by Queens College. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown

Biddle University Students

Students and graduates of Biddle University's Theological Seminary. Physical Description: 5x7 glossy Publisher: Unknown

Elizabeth College

The campus of Elizabeth College with its legendary Music Conservatory. The school was located at Elizabeth Avenue and Hawthorne Lane from 1896-1915. Taken from a 1908 postcard. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown

Carter Hall

Carter Hall is on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University. The building was completed in 1888. Physical Description: 8x10 Publisher: Unknown

Central Piedmont Community College

The Richard H. Hagemeyer Learning Resource Center on the campus of Central Piedmont Community College. Physical Description: 8x10 Publisher: Aerial Photography Services, Inc.

Presbyterian College for Women

The Presbyterian College for Women was located at 9th and College Streets. It later became Queens College which is located on Selwyn Avenue. This photograph was taken from a 1909 postcard. Physical Description: 8x10 - grainy Publisher: Unknown