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The Chief of Protocol enables the City to have smooth interactions with foreign visitors, dignitaries, and the consular corps. The collection primarily consists of reports generated by the Charlotte Office of Protocol.
Approximately 1800 maps, the majority of which are in rolls, acquired from the City of Charlotte. The early history of many of Charlotte's neighborhoods can be studied through the maps. There are some maps which show tax assessments per lot, the names of the property owners, railroads, and highways.
Primarily financial records concerning appropriations and expenditures of the city government, 1890s-1920s. Includes material relating to the overall budget and to schools, taxes, business licenses, payrolls, and Elmwood and Pinewood cemeteries.
The Vertical File Collection was collected and organized by Special Collections and University Archives faculty and staff to aid in the research of topics from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region. Many documents from the collection document local government and organizations.
Papers documenting Alfred Stuart's career in Geography and economic and population research. Includes material related to the North Carolina Atlas, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Atlas, the Victoria Land Traverse Expedition in Antarctica and the Land of the South book. There are also copies of many studies Stuart conducted throughout his career, most of which focus on population and labor in the Charlotte Metropolitan area, North Carolina and Roanoke, Virginia.