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    • Robert Grier House

    • Robert Grier House (Mecklenburg County, N.C.); Dwellings--North Carolina--Mecklenburg County; Historic buildings--North Carolina--Mecklenburg County
    • Photograph of the left side/front of the Robert Grier House on the Matthews-Weddington Road in Matthews, N.C., near the Union County line. The wooden antebellum house has a two-story portico with four brick pillars. There is a railing on the upper...
    • Florence Crittenton Home

    • Florence Crittenton Home (Charlotte, N.C.); Dwellings--North Carolina--Charlotte
    • Photograph of the outside of the Florence Crittenton Home in Charlotte. It is a multi-story brick building with a four-pillar portico with a railing at the entrance. The portion of the building on the left is two stories while there are three on...
    • Rock House, Charlotte, North Carolina

    • Hezekiah Alexander House (Charlotte, N.C.); Dwellings--North Carolina--Charlotte; Architecture, Colonial--North Carolina--Charlotte; Historic buildings--North Carolina--Charlotte
    • Color scene of the Hezekiah Alexander House on a wooded lot, with leaves on trees and flowering bushes. This view was made when there was a covered front porch on the structure and the house had not been restored to its historical status....
    • First Methodist Church in Charlotte, N.C.

    • First Methodist Church (Charlotte, N.C.); Methodist church buildings--North Carolina--Charlotte; Architecture, Gothic--North Carolina--Charlotte
    • Front view of the First Methodist Church at the corner of Eighth and North Tryon Streets in Charlotte, N.C. The Gothic architecture is evidenced with a tall tower on the left with four spires, and a shorter tower to the right of the three main...
    • Robert Grier House, close-up view

    • Robert Grier House (Mecklenburg County, N.C.); Dwellings--North Carolina--Mecklenburg County; Historic buildings--North Carolina--Mecklenburg County
    • Photograph of the left side/front of the Robert Grier House on the Matthews-Weddington Road in Matthews, N.C., near the Union County line. The wooden antebellum house has a two-story portico with four brick pillars. There is a railing on the top...
    • Sunnyside Rose Garden, Charlotte, NC

    • Gardens--North Carolina--Charlotte; Flowers--North Carolina--Charlotte; Rose gardens--North Carolina--Charlotte; Sunnyside Rose Garden (Charlotte, N.C.); Charlotte (N.C.)--Gardening--Societies, etc.;
    • Lovely scene at the tranquil Sunnyside Rose Garden in Charlotte, NC. It was planted in 1931 by the Charlotte Garden Club. At one time, the garden contained 59 varieties of roses and 4,700 bushes. The circular rose garden occupied the southeast end...
    • Sunnyside Rose Garden, Charlotte, NC

    • Gardens--North Carolina--Charlotte; Flowers--North Carolina--Charlotte; Rose gardens--North Carolina--Charlotte; Sunnyside Rose Garden (Charlotte, N.C.); Charlotte (N.C.)--Gardening--Societies, etc.;
    • Beautiful scenes from The Sunnyside Rose Garden in Charlotte, NC. The recto contains one main view of the garden landscaping with two small detailed insets. The garden was planted in 1931 by the Charlotte Garden Club. At the time this postcard was...
    • Florence B. Bynum in yard of her house, Asheville, NC

    • Women--North Carolina--Asheville; National PTA (U.S.); Women's clothing--North Carolina--Asheville; Shoes--North Carolina--Asheville; Hats--North Carolina--Asheville; Shrubs--North Carolina--Asheville;
    • Photograph of the first president of National PTA, Florence B. Bynum, in the yard of her house in Asheville, North Carolina. She stands on rock stairway holding a piece of ivy in her hands. On either side of the stairs are bushes, ivy, and under...
    • Florence B. Bynum, first president of National PTA

    • Women--North Carolina--Asheville; National PTA (U.S.); Women's clothing--North Carolina--Asheville; Shoes--North Carolina--Asheville; Hats--North Carolina--Asheville; Shrubs--North Carolina--Asheville;
    • Photograph of Florence B. Bynum, first president of the National PTA, standing on rock stairway holding a piece of ivy in her hands. On either side of the stairs are bushes, ivy, and brush. Bynum is wearing a skirt, blouse, jacket and beret.
    • E.M. Cole house on Central Avenue, Charlotte

    • Architecture, Domestic--North Carolina--Charlotte; Dwellings--North Carolina--Charlotte; Lawns--North Carolina--Charlotte; Porches--North Carolina--Charlotte; Shrubs--North Carolina--Charlotte; Traffic signs and signals--North Carolina--Charlotte;...
    • Photograph of the E. M. Cole house on Central Avenue in Charlotte, North Carolina. From the sidewalk are seven steps up to a landing and seven more steps to the front porch that wraps around to the side of the house on the right of photograph....

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