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Photo Gallery Index


Gallery 1: A Postcard's-Eye View of Historic Charlotte
Gallery 2: Weaving History: Charlotte and the Textile Industry
Gallery 3: Elizabeth College Photo Gallery
Gallery 4: Streetcars of Charlotte
Gallery 5: Public Buildings of Mecklenburg County
Gallery 6: Gone But Not Forgotten: Lost Buildings of Mecklenburg County
Gallery 7: The Independence Building
Gallery 8: World War II: A Charlotte-Mecklenburg Perspective
Gallery 9: Images of Black History
Gallery 10: North Charlotte: Pages From the Past

Gallery 11: Charlotte History: A Flashback to the '70s
Gallery 12: Charlotte's Evolving Skyline
Gallery 13: Charlotte's Overlooked Modern Architecture
Gallery 14: Scenes from Camp Greene
Gallery 15: Charlotte Sports
Gallery 16: "Wish You Were Here" - More Historic Postcards
Gallery 17: Early Charlotte Television
Gallery 18: Loosen the Purse Strings: 1907 Advertising
Gallery 19: Early Charlotte Manufacturers: Foundations of a World-Class City
Gallery 20: Charlotte Banks: How It All Began

Gallery 21: Charlotte Streetcars: Behind the Scenes
Gallery 22: Mecklenburg County Transporation: A Retrospective
Gallery 23: Lively Pedestrian-Scale Downtown Businesses
Gallery 24: Before and After: The Difference Preservation Makes
Gallery 25: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission 25th Anniversary Scrapbook
Gallery 26: Stuart Cramer's Highland Park #3 Mill Plans
Gallery 27: Charlotte - The Way It Used to Be
Gallery 28: Charlotte Schools in 1940
Gallery 29: Charlotte Medicine
Gallery 30: Public Buildings & Recreational Facilities

Gallery 31: Getting Around in 1940
Gallery 32: Charlotte Retailers
Gallery 33: Diversified Charlotte Businesses of 1940
Gallery 34: Textile Industry in 1940
Gallery 35: Charlotte's Non-Textile Industry in 1940



This site was created using a Macintosh Performa 6290 by Bruce Schulman. This site is maintained for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission by Bruce R. Schulman.