Man with mule in field probably working on landscape at Myers Park. Physical Description: 5x3 Tear on left side of print has been repaired. Bottom right corner has obvious fold. Publisher: Unknown
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Four men removing oak tree to plant in Myers Park. Physical Description: 5x3 Publisher: Unknown
Faded image of crew planting an oak tree in Myers Park. Physical Description: 5x3 Publisher: Unknown
Oak tree on cart with workman. Physical Description: 3x5 Tear in right corner of photograph Publisher: Unknown
Home Made Rail Grinder being used in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Physical Description: Negative only
Mayor F. Marion Redd and law partner, Leonidas L. Caudle, in their law office in the Law Building that once stood on South Tryon Street.
Physical Description: Negative Only
Charlotte News Sports Staff
Physical Description: 8x10 print and 4x5 negative
Great shot of the Sports News Room at the Charlotte Observer. The photograph below captures the legendary sports staff of the 1940s and 1950s, from left-to-right: Herman Helms, Sam Miller, Dick Pierce, Wilton Garrison and Richard Morris. Physical Description: 8x10 Black and White 4x5 Negative Publisher:
Young nurse posing with a hot water bottle. Caption reads, Ready for Business. 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 scrapbook
Group portrait of Charlotte Postal Workers.
Physical Description: negatives only (4x5)