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Mecklenburg Historical Association Records

Inventory of the papers of the Mecklenburg Historical Association
MS0158

Summary Information

Repository
J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, UNC Charlotte
Creator
Mecklenburg Historical Association.
Title
Mecklenburg Historical Association records
ID
MS0158
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1954-1999
Date [inclusive]
1898-1999
Extent
3.25 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract
Records of Mecklenburg County’s oldest and largest historical organization from its establishment in 1954. Includes minutes, programs, financial records, and information on historic preservation projects sponsored by the associa¬tion. Also includes photographs of the 1948 production of LeGette Blythe's outdoor drama, Shout Freedom!, material about the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence and its observance, and general information on local historyGift of Mecklenburg Historical Association, 1988.

Preferred Citation note

Mecklenburg Historical Association Records. J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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Biographical/Historical note

The Mecklenburg Historical Association (MHA) was established in 1954. The first officers were: James A. Stenhouse, organizing president; Mrs. Preston B. Wilkes, first vice president; Kenneth Whitsett, second vice president; Georgia Gray Spratt, secretary; and Phillip N. Alexander, treasurer. The initial membership totaled approximately 106 people. The purpose of the organization is to preserve the historic and cultural heritage of Mecklenburg County, and to make the citizens of the county, state, and nation aware of the county's place in history. Among the Association’s activities is an annual observance of the signing of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. The MHA stoutly supports this controversial document, which is dated May 20, 1775. In addition, the MHA publishes books on Mecklenburg history. These include Archibald Henderson's Cradle of Liberty (1955), Victor C. King's Origin of the City of Charlotte (1954) and Lives of the Signers of the Mecklenburg Declaration (1956), and the Ruth Blackwelder and A. Haynes Dunlap collaboration, Old Charlotte, Old Mecklenburg, Today (1973). Most importantly, the MHA founded the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission (nee Historic Properties Commission). This project began in 1971 when the Association invited experts from the North Carolina Department of Archives and History to Charlotte for a week of touring and research. This endeavor ended with several county properties being listed on the national register. The commission was formally organized two years later and first met on August 9, 1973. The Association continues its role in historic properties by hosting annual tours. The Mecklenburg Historical Association follows the ideals of three previous attempts at forming a historical organization in Charlotte. The first group formed prior to the Civil War. The second society formed to celebrate the centennial of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Indepen-dence in 1875. The third historic society formed in 1948 to produce LeGette Blythe's drama, Shout Freedom! [see LeGette Blythe Papers for additional information on this event].

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Scope and Contents note

The records of the Mecklenburg Historical Association represents the group’s official archives. Material includes minutes, financial material, correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, and newspaper clippings. The original order of the collection has been maintained for the most part.

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Arrangement note

The Mecklenburg Historical Association Records are divided into five series: 1. Records and Correspondence (1954-1991); 2. Scrapbooks (1953-1987); 3. History (1823-1857, 1917-1979); 4. Historic Landmarks (1970-1985); 5. Photographs (1875, 1898, 1930s, 1961-1979).

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, UNC Charlotte 2005

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

Revision Description

2011

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

Gift of Mecklenburg Historical Association, 1988. Gift of Jo Forsberg, 1994.

Processing Information note

Processed by Alan Litehizer, 1993; Bob McInnes, 2005 and 2011.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

LeGette Blythe Papers (UNCC Manuscript 64) ; Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission Reports (UNCC Manuscript 77) ; Hugh Torance House & Store, Inc. Records (UNCC Manuscript 157).

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Mecklenburg Historical Association.

Family Name(s)

  • Davidson family

Geographic Name(s)

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

Subject(s)

  • Historic buildings--North Carolina--Charlotte

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Collection Inventory

Series I. RECORDS AND CORRESPONDENCE 1954-1999

Scope and Contents note

This series contains the Association's records and correspondence, along with any special projects carried out by the Association. The records consist of such subjects as organizational (bylaws, membership, and other items of a bureaucratic nature), meetings (newsletters, announcements, and minutes), and correspondence concerning MHA and its activities. These records are filed by presidential term of office.

Box Folder

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--ATKINSON, LEON 1966-1967

1 1

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--THOMPSON, J. RUDY JR. 1968-1969

1 2

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--MORGAN, E. W. 1970-1971

1 3-4

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--GLASGOW, DOUGLAS 1972-1973

1 5

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--DAVIDSON, MARY LOUISE 1974-1975

1 6-7

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--NISBET, BETTY 1976-1977

1 8

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--BOYTE, JACK 1978-1979

1 9

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--LANE, THOMAS JR. 1980-1981

1 10

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--BOGGS, LAWRENCE K. 1982-1983

1 11

SECRETARY'S RECORDS 1954-1965

1 12-13

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--LILLARD, STEW 1984-1985

3 1

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--KINSEY, PATSY 1986-1987

3 2

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--KUESTER, CLARENCE 1988-1989

3 3

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--BATTEN, ANNE 1990-1991

3 4

PRESIDENTIAL TERM—FORSBERG, JO 1992-1993

3 5

PRESIDENTIAL TERM—MAJESKI, KAY 1994-1995

3 6

PRESIDENTIAL TERM—BRABHAM, ROBIN 1996-1997

3 7

PRESIDENTIAL TERM--SAUNDERS, CHASE 2000-2010


Box Folder
Mixed materials 3 8
Box Folder
Mixed materials 4 1-6

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SCRAPBOOKS 1953-1987

Scope and Contents note

This series contains the scrapbooks kept by the association. The material preserved deals mainly with obituaries of members, editorials on Charlotte and historic preservation, articles written by MHA members, and various other current events. Arranged chronologically.

SCRAPBOOKS 1953-1987

Box
2
Folder
1-4
Box
1
Folder
14-18

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HISTORY 1823-1857, 1917-1979

Scope and Contents note

This series contains material collected by the Mecklenburg Historical Association about the history of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, and North Carolina. Includes photocopied documents, newspaper articles (both contemporary and recent), journal articles, pamphlets, and a collection of seminars given at Central Piedmont Community College in 1975.

CHARLOTTE HISTORY 1824-33, 1857, 1939, 1975

Scope and Contents note

Includes description of Queen Charlotte; children's book on the American Revolution, Bees and Bullets, by Sally Dodd (1975); articles from the Catawba Journal (1824-33); J. G. Williamson account book (10-7-18¬57); and an autobiography of Mrs. M. A. Bland, "Some Personal Recollections of Charlotte in the Eighties and Nineties" (1939). [NOTE: arranged chronologically by time period concerned and not by publication date.]

Box
3
Folder
10

CHARLOTTE HISTORY--OVERSIZE FILE 1975-1977

Scope and Contents note

Includes a (1975); Charlotte-Mecklenburg bicentennial commemorative coins (1968); bicentennial flag (5/20/77); Mecklenburg County paper weight; tapes of speeches by Norris W. Preyer (5/20/77) and Lindsey S. Butler (1/20/75); and exhibit materials.

Map-case
1
Drawer
9
Folder
4

GENERAL 1970

Scope and Contents note

Articles and papers relating to Charlotte, Mecklenburg, and North Carolina that cover a broad scope of history such as the mail system and furniture production. The folder also contains a copy of Cornelia Wearn Henderson's Frank Porter Graham's Guidelines for Early Charlotte and Mecklenburg County for Children (1970).

Box
2
Folder
5

MAPS 1908-26, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes maps of Piedmont Park (undated), a property of Suburban Realty Company of Charlotte [map on one side of brochure]; property of North Charlotte Realty Company (1908); Charlotte (circa 1912-23) as issued by the Chamber of Commerce; Charlotte and Dilworth (undated); and State Highway System of North Carolina (1926).

Box Folder

MAY 20TH SOCIETY 2004-2008

4 15

MECKLENBURG DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

Scope and Contents note

Material relating to the Revolutionary War period, including facts about the declaration and biographical sketches of the signers. [NOTE: this material provides background on Declaration. Articles pertaining to the controversy are filed in Series 2: Scrapbooks.]

Box
3
Folder
11
Box
2
Folder
6

MECKLENBURG DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE--CELEBRATION PLANS 2001-2008, undated

Box
4
Folder
16-18

MECKLENBURG DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE--OVERSIZE MATERIAL 1975, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes copy of facsimile produced by Mecklenburg Furniture Shops, Inc.

Map-case
1
Drawer
9
Folder
4

POETRY--OVERSIZE MATERIAL undated

Scope and Contents note

Copy of T. Jeff Johnson's "Old North Carolina."

Map-case
1
Drawer
9
Folder
4

POPULATION 1917, 1972, 1979, undated

Scope and Contents note

Information on North Carolinians, concentrating on cemeteries, ethnicity, and portraits of the Kerns and Jack families. Includes Daughters of the American Revolution (Alexandriana, General Robert Irwin, and Jane Parks McDowell chapters), Early Family Burial Grounds of Mecklenburg County, 1763-1800 (undated); Violet G. Alexander, "The Old Cemetery, Charlotte, NC: Some Unusual Notations Concerning this Ancient Burial Place, which Holds the Dust of many Patriots of Fame in North Carolina" (1917); Chalmers G. Davidson, The Colonial Scotch-Irish of the Carolina Piedmont (1979); and David M. McConnell, "A Summary of the Scotch-Irish on Current World History" (1972).

Box
3
Folder
12
Box
2
Folder
7

SEMINARS ON NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY 1975

Scope and Contents note

Contains seminars given at Central Piedmont Community College through the combined efforts of the Association, CPCC, and the North Carolina Museum of History Associates, Inc. Includes "This Unfolding Land" (5-25-1975); "Piety and Pride" (6-1-1975); "Of, By, and For the People" (6-8-1975); "To Market, to Market" (6-15-1975); "Barbecued Pork and Scotch-on-the-Rocks: Two Charlottes Remembered" (6-27-1975); "Your Cheatin' Heart Comes Home" (6-29-1975); "Two Hundred Years of Fever, Fractures, Boils, and Babies" (7-6-1975); "Reading Between the Lines" (7-13-1975); "Brown Mules to Orange Busses" (7-20-1975); "Black and White: Groping for a Better Day" (7-27-1975); and "The Future: Where do We Go from Here?" (8-3-1975).

Box
2
Folder
8

THOMAS SUMTER ACCOUNT BOOK 1780-1782

Box
4
Folder
26

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HISTORIC LANDMARKS 1970-1985

Scope and Contents note

This series consists of information collected by the Association on historic properties in Mecklenburg County. The series begins with documents relating to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission and general articles relating to preservation. The series then continues with specific properties (in some instances, general types) listed in alphabetical order.

HUGH TORANCE HOUSE AND STORE 1977-1993

Scope and Contents note

Includes some records of the Hugh Torance House and Store, Inc., regarding board meeting minutes and correspondence.

Box
3
Folder
13
Box
2
Folder
9

LATTA HOUSE, INC. 1972

Scope and Contents note

Draft articles of incorporation and bylaws.

Box
3
Folder
14

LATTA PLANTATION, INC. 1970-1988

Scope and Contents note

Partial records of the Latta Plantation, Inc., including minutes, treasury reports, correspondence, and historical notes and articles. [NOTE: MHA created the Latta Plantation, Inc., however it operates independently of MHA. These records have been retained because members of MHA also served on the Latta Plantation, Inc. Board.]

Box
2
Folder
10-11

PROPERTIES--GENERAL 1973-1980

Scope and Contents note

Includes material on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission and general preservation.

2 12

PROPERTIES--A: Alexander family and property.

Box
2
Folder
13
Box
2
Folder
12

PROPERTIES--B-DINKINS

Scope and Contents note

Includes banks; Biddle Hall (JCSU); churches; Carr House; Mecklenburg County Courthouse; Davidson (family, property, and college) [see also next entry]; DeArmon House; Dickson House; and Dinkins House.

Box
2
Folder
14

PROPERTIES--DAVIDSON--OVERSIZE MATERIAL

Scope and Contents note

Blueprints for General Davidson Memorial [see also previous entry].

Map-case
1
Drawer
9
Folder
4

PROPERTIES--DOWD-YMCA

Scope and Contents note

Incudes Dowd House; Gay House; gold mines; Andrew Jackson Memorial; Johnston/White Oak Plantation; McDowell House; mills; Milwee House; Mint (House/Museum); Phifer House; Potts House; Queens College; Query's Turnout (UNC Charlotte); Reynolds-Gourmejenko Mansion; Rosedale; Thompson Orphanage; Charlotte Woman's Club; and YMCA.

Box
3
Folder
15

RURAL HILL 2005-2006

Box
4
Folder
24

BOARD--MINUTES OF MEETINGS 2001-2009

Box
4
Folder
7

FINANCIAL RECORDS 2004-2008

Box
4
Folder
12

MEMBERSHIP

LETTER 2005

Box
4
Folder
19

ROLL 1992-2002

Box
4
Folder
20

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NEWSLETTERS 2003-2009

Box
4
Folder
21

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NON-PROFIT STATUS: 501(c)3 2001

Box
4
Folder
22

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PRESERVE ELMWOOD/PINEWOOD CEMETERIES 2006

Box
4
Folder
23

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

CAPTAIN JACK STATUARY PROJECT


Box Folder
Mixed materials 4 8-11
Map-case Drawer Folder
Mixed materials 1 9 4

Box Folder

LITTLE SUGAR CREEK GREENWAY--TRAIL OF HISTORY 2005-2006

4 13-14

SPEECHES

Box
2
Folder
15
Box Folder

PARKS HELMS 1997

2 15

CHASE SAUNDERS undated

2 16

SPIRIT OF MECKLENBURG ADVISORY COMMITTTEE 2007

Box
4
Folder
25

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PHOTOGRAPHS 1875-1979

Scope and Contents note

This series contains photographs of MHA activities and of historic sites in Mecklenburg County.

Box Folder Photographs-Prints

R. E. Honeycutt Jr., N.C. Department of Archives and History 1969

P17 1 P158/1

Aaron Boggs and unidentified women at Providence Presbyterian Church 1970

P17 1 P158/2

"Wex" Morgan 1970

P17 1 P158/3

Change of office from Mrs. E. W. Morgan to Douglas Glasgow 1972

P17 1 P158/4

Mary Louise Davidson and two unidentified men 1975

P17 1 P158/5

Mary Louise Morgan, president of M.H.A., B. D. Hendrix, president of Stonewall Jackson Chapter U.D.C., William E. Little, president of Little Construction Company, Sen. Hector MacLean, president of Southern National Bank of North Carolina, and an unidentified woman (left to right) undated

P17 1 P158/6

Mrs. W. D. McLaughlin, Mrs. E. W. Morgan, Mrs. E. A. Anderson, past North Carolina State President of U.D.C., Mrs. Mary Rose Bostick, Mayor John Belk, Sen. Hector MacLean, and David H. McConnell (left to right) undated

P17 1 P158/7

Group of men and women at Rosedale (?) 1976

P17 1 P158/8

Boy scouts 1976

P17 1 P158/9

John Belk, mayor, Elizabeth Hair, chairman of Mecklenburg County Commissioners, and an unidentified woman (left to right) 1976

P17 1 P158/10

Group listening to woman give a speech 1976

P17 1 P158/11

Men dressed in Scottish attire and playing the bagpipes and drums 1976

P17 1 P158/12

Larry Boggs (?) and unidentified women 1977

P17 1 P158/13

May 20th parade (?) 1977

P17 1 P158/14

Jack O. Boyte (left?) and unidentified men on "Good Morning Carolina" 1978

P17 1 P158/15

Group attending ceremony in front of a large monument erected by the Mecklenburg Monument Association (?) 1979

P17 1 P158/16

Thomas Wright and Jack O. Boyte 1978

P17 1 P158/17

Group attending ceremony in front of a large monument erected by the Mecklenburg Monument Association (?) 1979

P17 1 P158/18

Mrs. Ernest Hicks, Mrs. Ernest Hunter, Mrs. W. S. Hampton, and Elmer Garringer (left to right) 1978

P17 1 P158/19

Various unidentified scenes, including: a parade, Confederate Veterans monument, tents, crowds of people, and buildings undated

P17 1 P158/20-59

Alexander House undated

P17 1 P158/60

Court House, Charlotte 1875

P17 1 P158/61

Gen. Davidson Monument 1972, undated

P17 1 P158/62-63

Mrs. Preston Wilkes Jr., Mrs. E. W. Morgan, Chalmers Davidson, W. B. McGuire, and Rev. Dwight L. Barker (left to right on stage) undated

P17 1 P158/64

Gen. Davidson Monument undated

P17 1 P158/65-66

Group of men mining gold near Waxhaw 1930s

Scope and Contents note

[Mine opened by Earle Whitton]

P17 1 P158/67

Graham house 1961

Scope and Contents note

[Later torn down when site covered by Lake Norman]

P17 1 P158/68

School at Old Monbo (?) 1965

P17 1 P158/69

Tombstone of William and Mary Barnet undated

P17 1 P158/70

Tombstone of Andrew Bigham undated

P17 1 P158/71

Tombstone of Mary Carothers undated

P17 1 P158/72

Tombstone of Rebekah Wilson, child of Samuel and Hannah Wilson undated

P17 1 P158/73

Tombstone of Thomas Akins at Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County undated

P17 1 P158/74

Parade float 1898

Scope and Contents note

The following ladies represented the 13 original states and rode in a float in the parade when Vice-President Adlai Stevenson came to Mecklenburg County (?) to speak and was also the guest of honor: Faye Griffith (married Ralph Graves), Laura Wadsworth (married Edward Stitt), Rosa Etheridge, Lottie Maffitt (married Richard Gray) (bottom row, left to right); Sophie Myers (married George Stephens), Ella McAden, Elizabeth Cothrane, Nellie Tate (married T. B. Whitted), Adele Wittkowsky (married Joseph Hardy) (middle row, left to right); Lena Heath (married Chas. D. Jones), Carrie Thorne (married H. B. Borthwick), Lillian Smith (married Richard C. Springs), Sadie Young (married Gillespie Sadler) (top row, left to right)

P17 1 P158/75

Mecklenburg Camp 382, Charlotte 1898

P17 1 P158/76

Unidentified photos circa 2000

Scope and Contents note

[Probably a May 20th celebration]

P17 1 P158/77-83

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DOCENT COMMITTEE

Scope and Contents note

What started out as the Docent Committee of the Mecklenburg Historical Association started with the Mint Museum of History. When the Mint Museum acquired Hezekiah Alexander Homesite, the Mint Museum developed a committee to spearhead its renovation. That is when the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite Docent Program was started. Since then, this docent program has branched out to offer its services to other historical sites in Mecklenburg County, such as Historic Rosedale, Latta Plantation, the Polk Homesite Reed Gold Mine, and more. The researcher should be aware that most of these historic sites, and also the MHA have their own boards of directors, and also produce their own minutes of meetings and their own newsletters. Most of the material contains within this series is centered around the docent activities at the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite. The records of the Docent Committee are separate and distinct from the records of the Mecklenburg Historical Association, though it is a committee within the MHA.

RECORDS

Box Folder

American Association for State and Local History Award 1993

5 1

Brochures circa 1980-2000

5 2

Charlotte-Mecklenburg: The First Hundred Years circa 1980

Scope and Contents note

Draft of the book by this title, intended for classroom instruction.

5 3

Charlotte Regional History Consortium: Organization Profile Notebook. 1999

5 4

Committees 1986-1989

5 5

Cooking Guild Dinner 2005

5 6

Correspondence 1996-1999

5 7

Docent Handbook circa 1990

5 8

Docent Projects 1994-1995

5 9

Docent Retreats 1998

Box Folder

Retreat 1995

5 10

Retreat 1997

5 11

Retreat 1998

5 12

Retreat 1999

5 13

Retreat 2000

5 14
Box Folder

Docent Training 1992

5 15
Box Folder

Antiques class 1979

5 16

18th Century Occupations Workbook undated

5 17

"Recollections of Slavery Times" by Allen Parker Microfilm copy

Scope and Contents note

This is a copy of a book by Allen Parker, who was at one time a slave (microfilm).

Box Folder

Skills Day 1997

5 18

Executive Board - Minutes 1990-2006

5 19-22

Financial Records

Box Folder

Account Balance Reports 2002-2005

5 23

Bank Statements 1993-2005

5 24-28

Budgets 1996-2005

5 29

Check book 2000

5 30

Check stubs 1988-1990

5 31

Correspondence 1991-2003

5 32

Docent Requests for Expense Reimbursement 2000-2006

5 33-34

Miscellaneous undated

6 1

Passports to History 2002-2004

6 2

Tax form 1099 2003

6 3

Treasurer's Reports 1991-1994

6 4
Box Folder

General Meetings - Minutes 1998-2006

6 5-8

Hezekiah Alexander Homesite

Box Folder

Alexander family history undated

6 9-10

Architectural notes undated

6 11

Board Meeting Minutes 1985-1990

6 12

Charlotte/Mecklenburg History Notes undated

6 13

Correspondence 1985-1989

6 14

Courtesy chairman's reports 1984-1989

6 15

Docent membership rolls 1980-1985

6 16

Docent program history 1981-1988

6 17

Docent training notes undated

6 18

Foundation, Inc. 1984-1986

6 19

General Meeting Minutes 1985-1990

6 20

Hospitality Reports 1987

6 21

House interior notes undated

6 22

Newsletters

Box Folder

"Docent Newsletter" 1987-1988

6 23

"Rock House Sampler" 1988-1990

6 24
Box Folder

Property Surveys 1971-1972

6 25

Spring house undated

6 26

Summer Sampler 1987

6 27

Treasurer's reports 1984-1986

6 28
Box Folder

Historic Rosedale 1994-1996

6 29

Historic Sites Served by MHA Docents undated

6 30

Job Description - Secretary/Treasurer undated

6 31

Latta Plantation 1993-1996

6 32

Lesson Plans for Students circa 1990-2000 For elementary school children

6 33

Mint Museum of Art 1977

6 34

Mint Museum of History circa 1980-1985

6 35
Box Folder

Board Meeting - Minutes 1979-1985

6 36

Docent of the Year plaque 1977-1990

6 37

General Meetings - Minutes 1978-1985

6 38

Newsletters 1982-1984

7 1

Treasurer's Reports 1978-1980

7 2

Mint Museum of History Docents 1978-1980

7 3

Miscellaneous undated

7 4

Misc. Notebooks undated

7 5-18

Museum of the New South 1994

7 19

Newsletters

7 20
Box Folder

"News Bulletin" 1971-1988 Incomplete

7 20

"Docent News" 1992-1994

7 21

"Dandelion Press" 1995-2009

7 22-23

Officer's Notebook 1977-1986

Scope and Contents note

Contained in two folders

7 24-25

Officer's Notebook (Susan Neal) 1983-1985

Scope and Contents note

Contained in two folders

7 26-27

Officer's Notebook 1984

7 28

Officer's Notebook 1985-1989

Scope and Contents note

Contained in two folders

8 1-2

Officer's Notebook (Mary Lynn Bugge) 1988

8 3

Officer's Notebook (Janet Dyer) 1989-1990

Scope and Contents note

Contained in three folders

8 4-6

Officer's Notebook 1995-1997

Scope and Contents note

Contained in two folders

8 7-8

Officer's Notebook (Sharon Van Kuren) 2000-2002

Scope and Contents note

Contained in three folders

8 9-11

Officer's Notebook (Jane Estep) 2001

Scope and Contents note

Contained in two folders

8 12

Officer's Notebook (Jane Estep) 2001

8 13

Officer's Notebook (Jane Estep) 2002

Scope and Contents note

Contained in two folders

8 14-15

Officer's Notebook (Rachel Abernathy) 2003-2004

Scope and Contents note

Contained in two folders

8 16-17

Polk Historic Site 1994-1998

8 18

Postage Stamps - "Historical Preservation" undated

8 19

Programs 1995-1996

8 20

Reed Gold Mine 1992-1998

8 21
Box Folder

"Golden Gazette" Newsletter 1994-1998

8 22

HISTORIC NEWSPAPERS circa 1918-1960

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains reprints of newspapers at criticial moments in history, mostly reprinted from the Charlotte Observer.

Oversize
[9]

MICROFILM--"Reflections of Slavery Times," by Allen Parker, c.1831?

Bin
MF1
Drawer
4
item
1 roll

PHOTO ALBUMS and SCRAPBOOKS 5.0 Albums

Scope and Contents note

Includes the scrapbooks, "History of the MHA," "Docent trips taken" and "Hezekiah Alexander House Furnishings."

Volume
1-5

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