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Crowell's Garage

The interior shot of Doc Crowell's Garage, which was located on the 200 block of North College Street. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown

Standard Shoe Store

The Standard Shoe Store was located at 32 East Trade Street. This is an interior shot of the store. People identified in the shot include Mr. Barnes, Marion Trapp, Mr. True, Ed Gallagher, and Z.C. Leonard. Second from the left is the manager, Frank N. Littlejohn. He became a police detective in 1929 and later rose to the position of Police Chief of Charlotte. Physical Description: 8x10 Publisher: Unknown

Charlotte Firemen

Charlotte Firemen pose for a photograph in front of the Fifth Street Firehouse which was behind the City Hall on North Tryon Street. In the center is J. A. Jones (the gentleman in the dark coat) was a local contractor and a fire commissioner. The man in the light coat is Mayor Frank McNinch. Physical Description: 8x10 Publisher: Unknown

Officer Frank Ferguson

Officer Frank E. Ferguson (1886-1940) of the Charlotte Police Department looks south from the first block of South Tryon Street. Physical Description: 8x10 Publisher: Unknown

Race Car Drivers

Driver and mechanic pose in their car in front of the Charlotte Observer offices on South Church Street. Physical Description: 8x10 Publisher: Unknown

Harry Golden

Harry Golden was the author of numerous books and the editor of The Carolina Israelite. This photograph appeared Hoyle's Tar Heel Writers I have Known. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy Publisher: Unknown

First Ice Cream Cone

Harry Shaw (seated) was the first to sell ice cream cones in Charlotte. Physical Description: 8x10 glossy4x5 negative 2 copies Publisher: Unknown

Elizabeth College Students

Four women, presumably students, an a man pose on the steps of a building on the campus of Elizabeth College. Caption reads: `A Georgia Cracker.`Elizabeth College was located on Hawthorne Road. It opened in 1896. This popular school for girls remained in Charlotte until 1915. The main building is now used by Presbyterian Hospital.

Physical Description: Original in scrapbook 35mm Negative


Charlotte Police Detectives

Charlotte Police detectives upon receiving awards from J. Edgar Hoover for their part in solving a bank robbery by the Touhy gang on November 15, 1933. The photograph was taken in front of the courthouse. From left to right, unknown, Frank N. Littlejohn, Harry M. Joyner and unknown. Littlejohn later beame the Chief of Police.

Physical Description: 8x10 35 mm negative

Publisher: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Charlotte streetcar and workers

Group portrait of streetcar motormen and conductors with a streetcar in front of the trolley barn.

Physical Description: 35 mm

Publisher: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library