124 South Cedar Street
1 photograph : black & white
Charlotte Redevelopment Commission records
Created in 1957, the Charlotte Redevelopment Commission was charged by the city of Charlotte with planning and organizing urban renewal projects, and to a lesser extent, projects for rehabilitation of declining older neighborhoods. This digital collection is comprised of photographs of Charlotte Redevelopment Commission projects taken during the time of urban renewal projects. These photographs primarily document homes and businesses either before or after demolition or repair.
Charlotte Redevelopment Commission
J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections and University Archives, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Community development, Urban
African American neighborhoods
North Carolina--Mecklenburg County
North Carolina--Charlotte--Third Ward
Manuscripts--10th Floor, J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections and University Archives, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Box 1, folder 31
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Master digitized using a Phase One IQ180 as 800 ppi, 24-bit .tif; display derivative is a compressed .jp2.