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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission Records

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission Records

Inventory of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission records
MS0077

Summary Information

Repository
University of North Carolina at Charlotte University Archives
Creator
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission
Title
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission records
ID
MS0077
Date [inclusive]
1970-1988
Extent
3.0 Linear feet 3 archival boxes
Language
English
Abstract
Primarily narrative survey and research reports prepared to evaluate structures and sites for inclusion on the local register of historic places. Reports include information on present and former owners of the properties. Collection also includes brochures and other commission publications and clippings about the sites, the commission, and historic preservation.

Preferred Citation note

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission. J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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Biographical/Historical note

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission is responsible for the preservation of historic buildings and sites in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County. Established in 1973 as the Charlotte Mecklenburg Historic Properties Commission, the 12 members board is appointed by the Charlotte mayor (2 members), the Charlotte City Council (4 members), and the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners (6 members). Members serve three year terms and must have demonstrated special interest, experience, or education in history or architecture. The president of the Mecklenburg Historical Association serves as a non voting, ex officio member. The Commission submits its appraisals and recommendations to the Charlotte City Council, Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners, or the town boards of Davidson, Huntersville, Matthews, and Mint Hill. Proposals for historic designation are made in the form of a survey and research report, which includes a detailed history and architectural description of the property.

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Scope and Contents note

This collection consists primarily of survey and research reports prepared by the Historic Landmarks Commission staff. Included with the reports are any newspaper clippings concerning landmarks. In addition, there is a small amount of general information about the Commission and its activities.

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Arrangement note

Divided into two series: 1. General Information (1976-1992); 2. Survey and Research Reports (1970-1998).

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of North Carolina at Charlotte University Archives 2002

9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC, 28223
704-687-1170
spec-coll@uncc.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use note

Some material may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the patron's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Photocopies of original survey and research reports received on a periodic basis from the Historic Landmarks Commission. Gifts of Janet E. Levy, 1994-95, 1998.

Processing Information note

Processed by Robert A. McInnes, 2002; encoded by Robert A. McInnes, August 2010

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission

Geographic Name(s)

  • Charlotte (N.C.)--History
  • Mecklenburg County (N.C.)--History

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: GENERAL INFORMATION 1976-1992

Scope and Contents note

This series contains general information about the Historic Landmarks Commission and historic preservation in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, much in the form of brochures and newspaper clippings. Includes a copy of "Historic Properties Commission: A Manual of Practice" (1976).

Box Folder

GENERAL INFORMATION COMMISSION (1976 92): includes clippings and manual.

1:1

GENERAL INFORMATION GUIDES (1982 88): guides to historic sites in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.

1:2

GENERAL INFORMATION NEIGHBORHOODS (1981 87): contains brochures and clippings on Charlotte neighborhoods, including Biddleville, Dilworth, Elizabeth, Fourth Ward, Myers Park, North Charlotte, and Plaza Midwood.

1:3

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Series 2: SURVEY AND RESEARCH REPORTS (1970 1998)

Scope and Contents note

This series contains survey and research reports prepared by the Historic Landmarks Commission staff on prospective historic sites in Mecklenburg County. In addition, any newspaper clippings and other pertinent material about historic sites are included with the reports. Any photographs are noted also, but are filed separately. [NOTE: Each entry includes: name of landmark, date constructed/established/flourished, address, architect (if known), and date of report. Unless otherwise noted, properties are in Charlotte.]

Box Folder

THAD A. ADAMS HOUSE (1908): 604 Clement Ave. 7/6/87.

1:4 .A23

ADDISON APARTMENTS (1926): 831 E. Morehead St. Willard G. Rogers, architect. 6/1/94.

1:5 .A335

ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH (1919 20): 101 N. McDowell St. Louis H. Asbury, architect. 11/22/87.

1:6 .A38

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION BUILDINGS (1938): 504 Gilead Rd., Huntersville; 9213 Beatties Ford Rd., Mecklenburg County. 11/22/91.

1:7 .A4

CHARLES AND LAURA ALEXANDER HOUSE (1880): 203 Church St., Huntersville. 6/29/90.

1:8 .A432

HEZEKIAH ALEXANDER HOUSE (1774): 3420 Shamrock Ave. 3/3/70.

1:9 .A433

ISAAC NEWTON ALEXANDER MILL RUIN (ca. 1857): Briar Creek on Myers Park High School campus. 3/4/81.

1:10 .A435

JENNIE ALEXANDER DUPLEX (1922): 1801 1803 E. 8th St. J. M. McMichael, architect. 11/5/86.

1:11 .A4364

JOHN BAXTER ALEXANDER HOUSE (1913): 509 Clement Ave. 1/1/86.

1:12 .A4365

JOHN MILTON ALEXANDER HOUSE (1874): 14915 Beatties Ford Road., Mecklenurg County. 4/01/00.

1:13

NEAL SOMERS ALEXANDER HOUSE (1903): 4601 Shamrock Dr. 4/1/79.

1:14 .A4366

ALEXANDER SLAVE CEMETERY (ca. early 1800s): Mallard Creek Church Rd. at U.S. 29, Mecklenburg County 6/5/89.

1:15 .A4367

THOMAS ALEXANDER HOUSE (1903): 2051 Sharon Lane. 11/19/97.

1:16

W. T. ALEXANDER HOUSE (1799): Mallard Creek Church Rd. at US 29, Mecklenburg County. 7/5/76.

1:17 .A4369

Survey and research report on the Walter L. Alexander House, 1986 Nov. 5. Nov. 5, 1986

1 18

ALPHA COTTON MILL (1888 89): 311 E. 12th St. 6/6/84.

1:19 .A47

ARDREY FARM (1800s): Marvin Rd., Mecklenburg County. 3/6/89.

1:20 .A737

ATHERTON COTTON MILLS/J. SCHOENITH COMPANY COMPLEX (1892-93): 2100-2108 South Blvd. 6/6/88 (revised 8/30/93).

1:21 .A83

ATHERTON MILL HOUSE (1892): 2005 Cleveland Ave. 5/6/81.

1:22 .A835

BAGLEY MULLEN HOUSE (1895): 129 N. Poplar St. 5/2/79.

1:23 .B34

BARRY FARM AND TANNERY (1750s 1890s): Beatties Ford Rd., Long Creek. 11/7/88.

1:24 .B37

W. D. BEATY HOUSE (ca. 1880): 2400 Park Ln. 2/28/90.

1:25 .B398

BEAVER DAM (1829): Old N.C. 73 east of E. Rocky River Rd., Davidson. 5/30/76.

1:26 .B4

WILLIAM HENRY BELK HOUSE (ca. 1924 25): 200 Hawthorne Ln. C. C. Hook, architect. 10/2/85.

1:27 .B448

BELK FACADE (1908, 1926 27): 100 block E. Trade St. C. C. Hook, Wheeler & Stern, architect. 4/3/85.

1:28 .B45

BERRYHILL HOUSE (1884): 324 W. 9th St. 5/5/76.

1:29 .B472

R. C. BIBERSTEIN HOUSE (1906): 1600 Elizabeth Ave. Richard C. Biberstein, architect. 7/5/85.

1:30 .B5

BIDDLE MEMORIAL HALL (1884): Johnson C. Smith University campus. 1/19/76.

1:31 .B52

BIG ROCK ROCKSHELTER (n.d.): southwest of Elm Ln. at Endhaven Ln., Mecklenburg County 1/4/88.

1:32 .B53

BILLINGVILLE SCHOOL (1927): 3100 Leroy St. 5/11/94.

1:33 .B5555

CHAIRMAN BLAKE HOUSE (ca. 1861): 127 S. Main St., Davidson. 7/3/79.

1:34 .B55

JAMES A. BLAKENEY HOUSE (1905 06): Blakeney Heath Rd., Providence Community. 2/5/86.

1:35 .B554

BLAND-McADEN HOUSE (ca. 1920-22): 2011 Selwyn Ave. 06/01/00.

1:36

BLYTHE HOMESTEAD (ca. 1848): 16001 Beatties Ford Rd., Huntersville. 4/29/91.

1:37 .B555

BOYCE HOMESTEAD (1757): S side Boyce Rd., E of Sardis Rd. 4/25/90.

1:38 .B69

WALTER BREM HOUSE (1902 03): 211 East Blvd. C. C. Hook, architect. 7/12/83.

1:39 .B745

BRYANT PARK (ca. mid-1930s): 1701 West Morehead St. E. C. Griffith, developer. 08/01/01.

1:40

WILLIAM L. BRUNS HOUSE (1914 15): 1618 Elizabeth Ave. Louis Asbury, architect. 10/2/89.

1:41 .B786

PHILIP CAREY BUILDING (1908): 301 E. 7th St. 6/6/83.

1:42 .C274

CARNEGIE LIBRARY (1911 12): Johnson C. Smith University campus. Leonard LeGrand Hunter, architect. 9/5/84.

1:43 .C275

CAROLINA THEATER BUILDING (1927): 224 232 N. Tryon St. C. C. Hook; R. E. Hall, architects. 9/1/82.

1:44 .C276

JOHN PRICE CARR HOUSE (1904): 200 206 N. McDowell St. 1/28/76.

1:45 .C277

CARTER HALL (1895): Johnson C. Smith University campus. 1/19/76.

1:46 .C278

CEDAR GROVE (1831 33): 8229 Gilead Rd., Huntersville. 10/26/71 (revised 4/22/93 - see entry below)

1:47 .C33

CEDAR GROVE (1831 33) AND THE HUGH TORANCE HOUSE AND STORE (ca. 1780-early 1800s): 8229 Gilead Rd., Huntersville. 4/22/93.

1:48 .C332

CEDARS, THE (ca. 1840s-1850s): 123 Grandin Rd. 11/3/82.

1:49 .C335

CHARLOTTE BRANCH OF THE UNITED STATES MINT: see Mint Museum of Art.

1:50

CHARLOTTE CITY HALL (1925): 600 E. Trade St. C. C. Hook, architect. 2/6/80.

1:51 .C43

CHARLOTTE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY PLANT (1930): 1401 09 W. Morehead St. M. R. "Steve" Marsh, architect. 2/2/87.

1:52 .C421

CHARLOTTE COLISEUM (ORIGINAL) (1955-1988): Independence Blvd. at Coliseum Dr. Odell & Associates, architect. 7/30/90.

1:53 .C422

CHARLOTTE COLISEUM AND OVENS AUDITORIUM (ADDENDUM)

1:54

CHARLOTTE COTTON MILL (1880): 508 W. 5th St. 6/6/84.

1:55 .C423

CHARLOTTE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING (1918 19): 128 S. Tryon St. Alfred Charles Bossom, architect. 11/2/83.

1:56 .C426

CHARLOTTE POST OFFICE (FORMER) (1917, 1934): 401 West Trade St. 04/01/00.

1:57

CHARLOTTE SUPPLY COMPANY BUILDING (1923 24): 500 S. Mint St. Lockwood, Greene and Co., architect. 9/6/83.

1:58 .C427

CHARLOTTE TROLLEY (1890): Discovery Place, Uptown Charlotte. 10/09/89.

1:59

CHARLOTTE WATER WORKS, VEST STATION (1924): Beatties Ford Rd. at Patton Ave. William M. Platt, architect. 9/25/90.

1:60 .C4287

CHARLOTTE WOMAN'S CLUB (1924): 1001 E. Morehead St. C. C. Hook, architect. 4/1/78.

1:61 .C429

PAUL CHATHAM HOUSE (1884)--PHOTOGRAPHS (n.d.): two prints (P77/1-2) of this house in Third Ward, 415 (later 435) W. Trade St. (now demolished)

1:62 P18:9

C. C. CODDINGTON HOUSE (1917 18): 1122 E. Morehead St. William H. Peeps, architect. 3/6/85.

1:63 .C63

JAMES MORROW COFFEY HOUSE (1886): 3300 Shopton Road. 6/19/2001.

1:64

COMMERCIAL ROW OF FOUR BUILDINGS (ca. late 1800s): 100, 102, 104, 106 Main St., Huntersville. 2/25/92.

1:65 .C65

COOPER LOG HOUSE (ca. 1780S 1790S): Dixie River Rd. at Mt. Olive Church Rd., Mecklenburg County. 6/6/84.

1:66 .C667

CRAIG HOUSE (1929): 900 Ardsley Road. W. H. Peeps, architect. 07/30/96.

1:67

DR. WALTER PHARR CRAVEN HOUSE (1888): 7648 Mt. Holly Huntersville Rd., Mecklenburg County. 12/18/90.

1:68 .C738

CROFT SCHOOLHOUSE (ca. 1890, ca. 1910) AND S. W. DAVIS HOUSE (ca. 1903): Bob Beatty Rd., Croft Community. 3/30/92.

1:69 .C763

CROWELL BERRYHILL STORE (1897): 401 W. 9th St. 7/7/82.

1:70 .C768

CRUTCHFIELD BOMAR BREM HOUSE (1903): 307 East Blvd. 2/2/82.

1:71 .C788

DAVIDSON COLLEGE: see Eumenean Hall, Oak Row and Elm Row, and Philanthropic Hall.

1:72

E. L. BAXTER DAVIDSON HOUSE (1927): 1115 Colville Road. 3/30/98.

1:73

DR. GEORGE E. DAVIS HOUSE (1890s): 301 Campus St. 3/7/84.

1:74 .D374

S. W. & C. S. DAVIS GENERAL STORE (1908): N.C. 115 at Reames Rd., Croft Community. 10/1/80.

1:75 .D377

REV. GEORGE H. DETWILER HOUSE (1903): 801 Sunnyside Ave. 11/3/81.

1:76 .D48

JOHN DINKINS FARM CEMETERY (1798): Nations Ford Rd. near I-485. 3/22/93. [see also John Dinkins House]

1:77 .D558

JOHN DINKINS HOUSE (1780 1788): Nations Ford Rd., near Pineville. 5/21/74 (revised 7/26/93 - see entry below). [see also Cemetary at John Dinkins Farm]

1:78 .D56

JOHN DINKINS HOUSE AND LODGE (1780 1788): Nations Ford Rd., near Pineville. 7/26/93. [see also Cemetary at John Dinkins Farm]

1:79 .D562

DORR-McMANUS HOUSE (1903): 317 East Blvd. 2/01/78.

2:1

JOHN DOUGLAS HOUSE (1867): Christie Ln., Steele Creek Community. 12/5/79.

2:2 .D68

JAMES C. DOWD HOUSE (1879): 2216 Monument Ave. 5/1/78.

2:3 .D69

EARLE SUMNER DRAPER HOUSE (1923): 1621 Queens Rd. Franklin Gardner, architect. 12/7/83.

2:4 .D737

LYNNWOOD/JAMES B. DUKE HOUSE (1914): 400 Hermitage Rd. C. C. Hook, architect. 1/5/77.

2:5 .D85

EAST AVENUE TABERNACLE A.R.P. CHURCH (1914): 927 East Trade St. 8/01/01.

2:6

EDGEWOOD FARMHOUSE (1840): 11124 Eastfield Rd., Mecklenburg County. 10/3/84.

2:7 .E34

ELECTRIC SUPPLY AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY BUILDING (1925-26): 421 Penman St. Blythe & Isenhour, architects. 3/12/01.

2:8

ELM ROW: see Oak Row and Elm Row.

2:9

ELMWOOD/PINEWOOD CEMETERY (1853): 700 W. 6th St. 5/13/01.

2:10

EUMENEAN HALL (1849): Davidson College campus, Davidson. 12/8/71.

2:11 .E86

EXCELSIOR CLUB (1944): 921 Beatties Ford Rd. 9/4/85.

2:12 .E93

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK BUILDING (1941): 401 S. Tryon St.. Taylor and Fisher, architect [Baltimore, Md.]. 2/1/84.

2:13 .F434

FIRE STATION NO. 2 (1909): 1212 South Blvd. Wheeler, Galliher, and Stern, architect. 6/1979.

2:14 .D55

FIRE STATION NO. 6 (1928 29): 249 S. Laurel Ave. C. C. Hook, architect. 4/4/88.

2:15 .C424

FIRST ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1926). N. Tryon St. at W. 11th St. J. M. McMichael, architect. 9/7/87.

2:16 .F49

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (1907 09): 318 N. Tryon St. J. M. McMichael, architect. 4/5/75.

2:17 .F5

FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (mid-1890s): 400 N. College St. 2/28/77.

2:18

FLOW-LEE HOUSE (ca. 1890): 4122 Hoodridge Ln., Mint Hill. 9/25/93.

2:19 .F556

FORBIS VENN HOUSE (ca. 1878): 5607 Matthews Mint Hill Rd., Mint Hill. 1/31/91.

2:20 .F67

FREDERICK APARTMENTS (1927): 515 N. Church St. 7/20/00.

2:21

FUNDERBURK BROTHERS BUILDINGS (1878 1901): 157 159 N. Trade St., Matthews. 5/29/91.

2:22 .F86

G. G. GALLOWAY HOUSE (1914 15): 602 E. Morehead St. William H. Peeps, architect. 7/5/85.

2:23 .G354

JAMES BURTON GALLOWAY HOUSE (1870): 702 N. Brevard St. 12/1/82.

2:24 .G355

GARIBALDI & BRUNS BUILDING (1850 51): 104 106 S. Tryon St. Louis H. Asbury, architect (1909 Facade). 6/5/85.

2:25 .G37

GATEWAY (1924 25) AND CENTURY BUILDINGS (1925 26): 402 412 W. Trade St. C. C. Hook, architect. 3/28/90.

2:26 .G385

GAUTIER GILCHRIST HOUSE (1896): 320 E. Park Ave. C. C. Hook, architect. 1/7/81.

2:27 .G388

T. T. GILMER HOUSE (1911 12): 512 514 Fenton Pl. George King, architect. 4/2/86.

2:28 .G54

THOMAS AND LATITIA GLUYAS HOUSE (ca. 1865): 7314 Mt. Holly-Huntersville Road, Long Creek Community. 6/14/99.

2:29

GOFF HOUSE (1915): 1116 Queens Road. 5/25/95.

2:30

GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL (1888 91): 801 S. Graham St. 3/6/85.

2:31 .G66

GRACE A.M.E. ZION CHURCH (1902): 219 223 S. Brevard St. 5/7/80.

2:32 .G7

E. B. GRESHAM HOUSE (1924 25): 724 Edgehill Rd. Louis H. Asbury (?), architect. 12/7/83.

2:33 .G747

GRIER FURR HOUSE (1877 88): 500 W. John St., Matthews. 3/25/91.

2:34 .G7483

GRIER REA HOUSE AND FARMSTEAD (1804): Rea Rd., Providence Community. 2/6/89.

2:35 .G7485

ROBERT GRIER HOUSE (1835 40): Weddington Rd., south of Matthews. 4/4/76.

2:36 .G75

WILLIAM GRIER HOUSE (1828): Steele Creek Rd. at Dixie River Rd., Mecklenburg County. 2/1/78

2:37

THOMAS GRIFFITH WAREHOUSE BUILDING (1925): 209 E. 7th St. Lockwood, Greene and Co., architect. 1/5/87.

2:38 .G755

JASPAR K. HAND PHARMACY BUILDING (ca. 1912): 3201 N. Davidson St. Harvey C. Garrison (?), architect. 10/7/86.

2:39 .O42

HARRILL PORTER HOUSE (1894 95): 329 E. Kingston Ave. 1/6/82.

2:40 .H375

HARRISON METHODIST CHURCH (1902): U.S. 521, Pineville. 5/7/80.

2:41 .H377

F. O. HAWLEY JR. HOUSE (1910 11): 923 Elizabeth Ave. 9/24/81. [see also next entry]

2:42 .H39

F. O. HAWLEY JR. HOUSE (1910-11)--PHOTOGRAPHS (1918): print (PL77/1) of the house.

2:43 PL5:9

HAWTHORNE LANE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (1916): 501 Hawthorne Ln. Louis Asbury, architect. 5/4/92.

2:44 .H393

HAYES BYRUM STORE (ca. 1890) AND HOUSE (ca. 1900): 8600 Steele Creek Rd. 1/2/90.

2:45 .H396

HEATH AND REID GENERAL STORE (1889): 196 N. Trade St., Matthews. 11/5/80.

2:46 .H4

HELMS-BELL HOUSE (1899): 2021 Euclid Ave. 6/07/00.

2:47

HELPER HOTEL (ca. 1850s): 215 N. Main St., Davidson. 10/5/76.

2:48 .H45

DAVID HENDERSON HOUSE (ca. 1830): 1510 Russell Ave. 3/5/86.

2:49 .H462

HENDERSON-KING HOUSE (ca. 1902-03): 4723 Stafford Circle, Sharon Township. 9/09/97.

2:50

HENNIGAN PLACE (ca. 1845): 3503 Tilley Morris Rd., Providence Community. 11/7/79.

2:51 .H466

HIGHLAND PARK MANUFACTURING CO. MILL NO. 3 (1903 04): 2901 N. Davidson St. Stuart W. Cramer, architect. 12/3/86.

2:52 .H54

EUGENE WILSON HODGES FARM HOUSE (ca. 1908): 3900 Rocky River Church Rd. Eugene Wilson Hodges, architect. 1/2/90.

2:53 .H63

HOLLY BEND (1795 1800): Neck Rd., near Huntersville. 12/9/71.

2:54 .H655

HOLY COMFORTER EPISCOPAL CHURCH (1908 12): 1510 South Blvd. Charles Coolidge Haight, architect. 11/2/87.

2:55 .H659

HOMESTEAD MILL COMPLEX (1919 20): 6216 Rozelles Ferry Rd. Earle Draper Sumner, architect. 5/1/89.

2:56 .H66

HOPEWELL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1831): Beatties Ford Rd. at Sample Rd., Long Creek Community. 4/6/87.

2:57 .H665

HOSKINS MILL (1903 04): southeast of Gossett Ave. at Hoskins Rd. 2/1/88.

2:58 .H67

HOTEL CHARLOTTE (1924): 231 W. Trade St. William Stoddart, architect. 8/4/82.

2:59 .H68

HOVIS SPRATT HOUSE (mid 1800s): Wilmount Rd., Steele Creek Community. 6/4/86.

2:60 .H687

HUGH TORANCE HOUSE AND STORE: see Cedar Grove and Hugh Torance House and Store.

2:61

JOHN HUNTER HOUSE (ca. 1869): 5607 Sardis Rd. 8/20/81.

2:62 .H96

INDEPENDENCE BUILDING (1908): 100 102 W. Trade St. Frank Pierce Milburn, architect. 12/7/77. [demolished]

2:63 .I533

INDEPENDENCE PARK (1904): E. 7th St. at Hawthorne Ln. John Nolen, architect. 9/6/80.

2:64 .I537

INDUSTRIAL LOAN & INVESTMENT BANK BUILDING (1929 30): 124 S. Church St. Martin E. Boyer Jr. 1/2/85.

2:65 .I538

INGLESIDE (ca. 1865): Bud Henderson Rd., Mecklenburg County 9/1/76.

2:66 .I54

JAMES B. DUKE HOUSE: see Lynnwood/James B. Duke House.

2:67

MAJOR ALEXANDER L. JAMES HOUSE (1929): 260 Cherokee Road. 5/15/94.

2:68

JAMISON HOUSE (1912 13): 802 Providence Rd. 6/3/81.

2:69 .J36

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY: see Biddle Hall, Carnegie Library, Carter Hall, Stone Entry Gates, and Teachers' House.

2:70

JOHNSTON BUILDING (1924): 212 S. Tryon St. 5/27/91.

2:71 .J64

JOHNSTON MILL (1916): 3300 block of N. Davidson St. 11/26/93.

2:72 .J646

HAMILTON C. JONES HOUSE (1929 31): 210 Cherokee Rd. Martin E. Boyer Jr., architect. 5/7/86.

2:73 .J655

JONES-GARIBALDI HOUSE (1894): 221 E. Park Ave. C. C. Hook (?), architect. 2/5/86.

2:74 .J66

LAMBETH GOSSETT HOUSE (1916): 923 Granville Rd. 5/4/87.

2:75 .L35

LATTA ARCADE (1914): 300 blocks S. Tryon and S. Church Sts. William H. Peeps, architect. 9/7/77.

2:76 .L38

LATTA HOUSE (1800): 5225 Sample Rd., near Huntersville. 11/26/71. [Includes a copy of a 43-page report prepared for the Historic Latta Place, Inc., by Janet E. Levy, "Preliminary Report on the 1996 Archaeological Excavations at the Latta Cabin Site, Mecklenburg County, NC" (1997).]

2:77 .L384

WILLIAM LEE HOUSE (1828): 5520 Sharonview Rd. 4/7/82.

2:78 .L44

LEEPER AND WYATT STORE BUILDING (ca. 1903): 1923 South Blvd. 12/5/88.

2:79 .L447

LIDDELL MCNINCH HOUSE (1893): 511 N. Church St. 7/1975.

2:80 .L52

LITAKER INSURANCE BUILDING (1895): 127 N. Poplar St.

2:81

LITTLE ROCK A.M.E. ZION CHURCH (1910 11): 403 N. Myers St. J. M. McMichael, architect. 2/4/81.

2:82 .L58

JOHN PAUL AND ALICE CRAFT LUCAS HOUSE (1913): 1601 E. 7th St. 8/31/92.

2:83 .L83

LYLES SIMS HOUSE (1867 69): 523 N. Poplar St. 1/4/88.

2:84 .L95

MALLARD CREEK SCHOOL (ca. early 1920s): 11400 Mallard Creek Rd. 4/13/00.

2:85

MALLONEE JONES HOUSE (1895): 400 E. Kingston Ave. C. C. Hook, architect. 1/2/80.

2:86 .M25

MASONIC TEMPLE (1914): 329 S. Tryon St. C. C. Hook and Willard G. Rogers, architect. 4/2/80.

2:87 .M275

MATTHEWS SCHOOL (1907): South Trade Street, Matthews. 11/7/84.

2:88

MAYER HOUSE (1907 08): 311 East Blvd. 5/2/88.

2:89 .M293

JOHN AND IDELLA MAYES HOUSE (1903): 435 East Morehead Street. 10/1/91.

2:90 .M2935

MAYFAIR MANOR (1929): 237 N. Tryon St. Louis H. Asbury, architect. 9/5/88.

2:91 .M294

HENRY M. MCADEN HOUSE (1917 18): 920 Granville Rd. Louis H. Asbury, architect. 1/5/87.

2:92 .M3

EPHRAIM ALEXANDER MCAULEY FARM (1780, 1880): Alexanderana Rd., Huntersville. 2/2/90.

2:93 .M318

S. BRYCE McLAUGHLIN HOUSE (1911): 2027 Greenway Ave. 11/20/98.

2:94

McCLINTOCK ROSENWALD SCHOOL (1922) AND NEWELL ROSENWALD SCHOOL (1928): McClintock--Erwin Rd., west of N.C. 49, Mecklenburg County; Newell--Torrence Grove Church Rd., Newell Community. S. L. Smith, architect. 3/2/87.

2:95 .M32

WILLIAM T. MCCOY HOUSE (1910): 429 E. Kingston Ave. C. C. Hook and Willard G. Rogers, architects. 1/6/82.

2:96 .M33

MCELROY HOUSE (ca. 1883): 10915 Beatties Ford Rd., near Huntersville. 6/1/90.

2:97 .M34

MCINTYRE HISTORIC SITE: Beatties Ford Rd. at McIntyre Ave. 11/4/74.

2:98 .M356

MCMANAWAY HOUSE: 1700 Queens Rd. 6/1/77.

2:99 .M36

McNEIL PAPER COMPANY WAREHOUSE (ca. 1910s-early 1920s): 305-07 E. 8th St. 6/8/89.

2:100

MCNINCH HOUSE (1925): 2727 Sharon Ln. 5/4/90.

2:101 .M37

MECKLENBURG COUNTY COURTHOUSE (1928): 700 E. Trade St. 4/5/77; 5/22/01.

2:102

MECKLENBURG INVESTMENT COMPANY BUILDING (1921 22): 233 237 S. Brevard St. William W. Smith, architect. 12/2/81.

2:103 .M434

MECKLENBURG MILL (1903 05): N. Davidson St. at 37th St. 7/3/86.

2:104 .O425

MERCHANTS AND FARMERS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING (1871): 123 E. Trade St. 2/1/83.

2:105 .M47

MINT MUSEUM OF ART (1837): 501 Hempstead Pl. William Strickland, architect. 4/28/75.

2:106 .M56

MONTGOMERY HOUSE AND FARMSTEAD (ca. 1849): 1531 Thriftwood Dr. 4/3/89.

2:107 .M66

CHARLES MOODY HOUSE (1913): 830 Providence Rd. Louis H. Asbury and John Nolen, architects. 7/1/81.

3:1 .M663

MOORE GOLDEN HOUSE (1910): 1701 E. 8th St. 12/5/84.

3:2 .M667

MORGAN SCHOOL, CHERRY COMMUNITY (1925): 500 South Torrence Street. 10/23/92.

3:3 .M6685

GREEN MORRIS FARM (ca. 1870): Tom Short Rd., Providence Community. 11/7/89.

3:4 .M67

MORROCROFT (1927): 2525 Richardson Dr. Harrie Thomas Lindeman, architect. 10/3/79.

3:5 .M677

MOUNT CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH (1918 21): 408 416 Campus St. Louis H. Asbury, architect. 5/4/83.

3:6 .M683

MOUNT ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (1896): 1605 Luther St. 9/5/89.

3:7 .M689

BISHOP EDWIN D. MOUZON HOUSE (1927): 800 Mt. Vernon Ave. 12/28/92.

3:8 .M6897

MURKLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (ca. 1912): 7001 Old Providence Rd. 10/30/90.

3:9 .M87

MYERS PARK STREETCAR WAITING STATIONS (1912): 4th St. at Queens Rd., Hermitage Rd. at Queens Rd. John Nolen, architect. 6/4/80.

3:10 .M94

NEBEL KNITTING MILL (1927 29): 101 W. Worthington Ave. Richard C. Biberstein, architect. 11/26/90.

3:11 .N42

NEBEL MILL ANNEX (1946): 127 W. Worthington Ave. 8/14/99.

3:12

SAMUEL NEEL HOUSE (ca. 1810 28): Shopton Rd., southwest of Withers Rd., Mecklenburg County 5/31/76.

3:13 .N44

NEELY SLAVE CEMETERY (ca. late 1700s): South Ridge Drive, South Point Business Park. 4/01/00.

3:14

NEWCOMBE-McELWEE HOUSE (1935): 2817 Belvedere Ave. 9/9/97.

3:15

JAKE NEWELL HOUSE (1911): 819 Sunnyside Ave. Fred Bonfoey, architect. 1/3/83.

3:16 .N495

WILLIAM BURNS NEWELL HOUSE (1887): 8325 Old Concord Rd., Newell Community. 6/2/82.

3:17 .N498

NEWELL ROSENWALD SCHOOL: see McClintock Rosenwald School and Newell Rosenwald School.

3:18

NORTH CAROLINA MEDICAL COLLEGE BUILDING (1907): 229 N. Church St. J. M. McMichael, architect. 2/6/79.

3:19 .N67

OAK LAWN: McCoy Rd. near McIlwaine Rd., Mecklenburg County 12/26/75.

3:20 .O15

OAK ROW AND ELM ROW (1837): Davidson College campus, Davidson. 5/3/77.

3:21 .O17

GEORGE AND ELIZABETH OEHLER HOUSE (1852): 14401 Huntersville-Concord Road, Huntersville. 9/01/00.

3:22

WILLIAM AND CORA OSBORNE HOUSE (ca. 1890): 12445 Ramah Church Road, Huntersville. 11/01/98.

3:23

OVERCARSH HOUSE (ca. 1850 1880): 326 W. 8th St. 10/4/76.

3:24 .O94

PALMER FIRE SCHOOL (1938 40): 2601 E. 7th St. 7/3/89.

3:25 .P35

PARK MANUFACTURING COMPANY (1895, 1905): 311 Arlington Ave. 9/3/86. [demolished 1998]

3:26 .O43

CHARLES W. PARKER HOUSE (1904): 901 Central Ave. 5/5/82.

3:27 .P374

PARKS-CRAMER COMPANY COMPLEX (1919): 2000 South Blvd. 6/2/93.

3:28 .P3746

PARKS JETTON HOUSE (1905): Neck Rd. 8/23/91.

3:29 .P3748

PHILANTHROPIC HALL (1850): Davidson College campus, Davidson. 11/29/71.

3:30 .P47

JAMES K. POLK BIRTHPLACE (ca. 1795): Polk St., Pineville. 3/5/80.

3:31 .P65

POPLAR APARTMENT CONDOMINIUMS (ca. 1929): 301 W. 10th St. Lockwood, Greene and Co., architect. 9/1/83.

3:32 .P66

ROBERT POTTS JR. HOUSE (1811 12): Smith Rd. near Cornelius. 10/4/76.

3:33 .P68

PROVIDENCE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1858): 10140 Providence Rd., Matthews. 7/6/76.

3:34 .P76

PROVIDENCE WOMEN'S CLUB COMMUNITY HOUSE (1939): Community House Road, Lower Providence Township. 19/12/94.

3:35

QUERY SPIVEY MCGEE BUILDING (1902 14): Stonewall St. at College St. 4/5/83.

3:36 .Q47

RAMAH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1881): Ramah Church Road, Huntersville. 2/1/79.

3:37

RATCLIFFE FLORIST SHOP (1929): 431 S. Tryon St. W. H. Peeps, architect. 4/4/84.

3:38 .R38

RATCLIFFE-OTTERBOURG HOUSE (1925): 2100 Randolph Road. W. H. Peeps, architect. 7/30/96.

3:39

REID HOUSE (1890): 134 W. John St., Matthews. 6/3/87.

3:40 .R45

RENFROW HARDWARE STORE (1900): 188 N. Trade St., Matthews. 5/28/91.

3:41 .R46

REYNOLDS GOURMAJENKO HOUSE (1926): 715 Providence Rd. William L. Bottomly, architect. 4/18/77.

3:42 .R49

COLUMBUS WILLIAMSON RITCH HOUSE (ca. 1890): 433 Old Concord Rd., Newell Community. 12/5/79.

3:43 .R58

ROBINSON HOUSE: 8716 Steele Creek Rd. 6/27/91.

3:44 .R6

ROBINSON ROCK HOUSE RUIN (1700s): Plaza Rd. Extension, Mecklenburg County 4/1/81.

3:45 .R62

W. G. ROGERS HOUSE (1902): 524 East Blvd. Willard G. Rogers, architect. 3/7/84.

3:46 .R64

J. J. RONE HOUSE (1886): Marvin Rd., Pineville. 9/6/83.

3:47 .R66

ROSEDALE: 3427 N. Tryon St. 11/24/76. [Incudes copy of report by Janet E. Levy, "Preliminary Report on Archaeological Excavations at Historic Rosedale, Mecklenburg County, NC" (1998).]

3:48 .R673

EDWARD M. ROZZELL HOUSE (ca. 1881): 11647 Rozzelles Ferry Road. 3/12/01.

3:49

RICHARD A. ROZZELLE HOUSE (1849): N.C. 16 at Catawba River, Mecklenburg County 2/2/87.

3:50 .R699

RURAL HILL PLANTATION: Neck Rd., east of Allison Ferry Rd., Mecklenburg County. 10/5/87. [Includes copies of reports by Janet E. Levy, "Preliminary Report on Test Excavations at Rural Hill, Mecklenburg, NC" (1994) and "Second Report on Archaeological Excavations at 31MK768, Rural Hill Plantation, Mecklenburg County, NC, 1994-1995" (1995).]

3:51 .R87

RUSSELL BUILDING (1902 03): 118 120 W. 5th St. 11/6/85.

3:52 .R88

S. W. DAVIS HOUSE: see Croft Schoolhouse and S. W. Davis House.

3:53

SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH (1886 87): Mount Holly Huntersville Rd., Long Creek Community. 3/1/83.

3:54 .S25

SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH RECTORY (ca. 1897): 8600 Mount Holly Huntersville Rd., Long Creek Community. 8/1/01.

3:55

SAINT PETER'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH (1914): 339 N. Tryon St. 12/7/87.

3:56 .S263

SAINT PETER'S HOSPITAL (1892): 225 231 N. Poplar St. 11/1/77.

3:57 .S265

RICHARD MILAS SAMPLE HOUSE (ca. 1800): Mount Holly Huntersville Rd., Mecklenburg County 6/6/79.

3:58 .S267

THOMAS T. SANDIFER HOUSE (1850s): 12601 Moore's Chapel Rd., Paw Creek Community, Mecklenburg County. 6/15/96.

3:59

RANDOLPH SCOTT HOUSE (1926 27): 1301 Dilworth Rd. Louis H. Asbury, architect. 3/7/88.

3:60 .S36

SCOTT HOKE HOUSE (1900 01): 1717 Cleveland Ave. 7/3/78.

3:61 .S363

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD PASSENGER TERMINAL (1895 96): 1000 N. Tryon St. C. C. Hook, architect. 9/5/79.

3:62 .S4

SETTLER'S CEMETERY (1776): W. 5th St. between Poplar and Church Sts. 1/3/84.

3:63 .S47

JOHN W. SHEPPARD HOUSE (1899): 601 N. Poplar St. 1/29/92.

3:64 .S53

SHOTGUN HOUSES (1898): Afro American Cultural Center. 5/8/85.

3:65 .S54

SLOAN DAVIDSON HOUSE (ca. 1820s, ca. 1890s): 314 W. 8th St. 2/25/91.

3:66 .S57

STEELE CREEK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (1889) AND CEMETERY: 7407 Steele Creek Rd. 8/28/90.

3:67 .S73

GEORGE P. STEPHENS HOUSE (1915-16): 821 Harvard Pl. L. L. Hunter, architect. 4/30/84.

3:68 .S74

STONE ENTRY GATES (1923): Johnson C. Smith University campus. A. G. Lamont, architect. 9/5/84.

3:69 .S76

SUGAW CREEK SCHOOL HOUSE (1837): 101 Sugar Creek Rd. W. 9/1/76.

3:70 .S94

SUMMERROW PARKER HOUSE (1920): 2240 Park Rd. 3/3/82.

3:71 .S96

TEACHERS' HOUSE (late 1800s): Johnson C. Smith University campus. 7/2/80.

3:72 .T42

TEXTILE MILL SUPPLY COMPANY (1922): 1300 S. Mint St. 7/1/98.

3:73

THIES HOUSE (1898): 544 Providence Rd. 7/3/88.

3:74 .T53

OSCAR J. THIES AUTOMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE BUILDING (1921): 500 N. Tryon St. Louis Asbury Jr., architect. 7/24/92.

3:75 .T532

THOMPSON ORPHANAGE CHAPEL (1891 92): Kings Dr. at E. 3rd St. 1/13/75.

3:76 .S257

THRIFT DEPOT, PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY (1912): Old Mount Holly Rd., Paw Creek (Thrift) Community. C. C. Hook, architect. 10/5/82.

3:77 .T56

THRIFT MILL (1912): 8300 Moore's Chapel Rd. 11/19/91.

3:78 .T564

TOMLINSON-WILSON HOUSE AND FARM (ca. 1840s): 11400 Old Statesville Rd., Huntersville. 5/25/92.

3:79 .T66

TORRANCE MILL (1844 46): Gilead Rd., west of Huntersville. 12/6/78.

3:80 .T67

DAVID LAWSON TORRENCE HOUSE (1839): Goodrum Rd. at I 77, Davidson. 5/7/86.

3:81 .T674

WILLIAM TRELOAR HOUSE (1887): 328 N. Brevard St. 7/3/84.

3:82 .T74

THOMAS TROTTER BUILDING (1850 51): 108 S. Tryon St. Louis H. Asbury, architect (1911 remodeling). 5/1/85.

3:83 .T76

TROLLEY WALK (ca. 1913): Elizabeth neighborhood (connects E. 5th St. and E. 7th St., at the junction of Clarice Ave. and 7th St.). 1/10/94.

3:84 .T765

TUCKASEEGEE FORD: Charlie Hipps Road, Long Creek, Paw Creek area. 9/1/00.

3:85

VAN LANDINGHAM ESTATE (1914): 2010 The Plaza. C. C. Hook and Willard G. Rogers, architects. 7/5/77.

3:86 .V36

VAN LANDINGHAM ESTATE CARRIAGE HOUSE (ca. 1931): 2010 The Plaza, Plaza-Midwood Neighborhood. 9/8/97.

3:87 .V36

VICTORIA (1895): 1600 The Plaza. 12/7/72.

3:88 .V52

VILLALONGA ALEXANDER HOUSE (1900): 301 E. Park Ave. C. C. Hook. 6/4/78.

3:89 .V555

HOWARD MADISON WADE HOUSE (1928 30): 530 Hermitage Rd. Charles Barton Keene, architect. 5/1/83.

3:90 .W33

GEORGE PIERCE WADSWORTH HOUSE (1910): 400 S. Summit Ave. Louis H. Asbury, architect. 3/20/94.

3:91 .W337

LUCIAN H. WALKER HOUSE (1894): 328 E. Park Ave. C. C. Hook, architect. 1/2/89.

3:92 .W35

ROBERT J. WALKER HOUSE (1901): 329 E. Park Ave. C. C. Hook and Frank M. Sawyer, architects. 11/5/80.

3:93 .W357

RICHARD WEARN HOUSE (1846): 4928 Tuckaseegee Rd. 3/6/79.

3:94 .W43

WELCH-McINTOSH HOUSE (1907): 3301 Gibbon Road, Derita Community. 6/9/97.

3:95

WHITE OAK PLANTATION: Hood Rd. near Hammond Rd., Mecklenburg County. 11/2/76.

3:96 .W55

WHITE OAK PLANTATION: Hood Rd. near Hammond Rd., Mecklenburg County. 11/2/76.

3:97 .W55

JOHN CALVIN WILSON HOUSE (1886): 11930 Bain School Rd., Mint Hill. 1/19/93.

3:98 .W575

WILSON SHELTON HOUSE (1925): 1400 Queens Rd. William H. Peeps, architect. 12/4/85. [see also next entry]

3:99 .W58

WILSON SHELTON HOUSE (1925)--PHOTOGRAPHS (1986): contact sheet (P77/3cs) of the demolition of the house in January, 1986.

3:100 P18:9

WITHERS-EFIRD HOUSE (1904): 2019 Selwyn Ave. 9/4/00.

3:101

WOOD-PLATT HOUSE (1910-11): 313-15 Hawthorne Lane. 10/30/78.

3:102

YOUNG MORRISON HOUSE (ca. 1885 89): 226 W. 10th St. 12/29/75.

3:103 .Y68

HARRY ARTHUR ZIEM HOUSE (ca. 1910): 1812 E. 8th St. Harry Arthur Ziem, architect. 10/7/86.

3:104 .Z54

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PHOTOGRAPHS

Box Folder

Paul Chatham House (Magnolia Court), 415 (later 435) West Trade Street, Charlotte. (n.d.) [demolished]

P77/ 1-2

Wilson-Shelton House demolition (1-31-1986) [contact sheet -- 20 images; Thomas Hanchett, photographer]

P77/ 3cs

F. O. Hawley House, 923 Elizabeth Ave., Charlotte (1918) [demolished]

PL77/ 1

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