An African American Album, the Black Experience in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County was published by the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County in 1992. The book, now out of print, is made up of photographs donated by community members. These compelling images reflect African-American Life in the years before 1950.
Colonel C. S. L. A. Taylor and Brothers Theodore and Newton Hendry
World War II Rationing Board, Colored Section
Sumter Denis Moore and Carl F. Neal
John Southerland
Doris Parks and Dorothy Neal
Religion
Car Advertising
Deacon Board of the First Baptist Church
Charlotte's First Black Baptist Church
Dr. Furman Brodie and the Brooklyn Presbyterian Church
Silver Star Bible Class
Little Rock AME Zion Church
Reverend Sidney David Watkins and Reverend Hercules Wilson
Sunday School Classes
Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church
Members of the New Emmanuel Congregational Church
Clinton Chapel AME Zion Church and Ebenezer Baptist Church
Ladies' Usher Board of St. Paul Baptist Church
Confirmation Services
St. Michael and All Angels Protestant Episcopal Church
Grace African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
Sunday School class, Seventh Street Presbyterian Church
The 17th Annual Session of the Primitive Baptist Church National Convention
The Golden Bells Quintet
Labels From Early Recordings
The Jordan River Boys
COMMUNITY LIFE
Friday Evening Social Club
Business People of Brooklyn
Guests at a Christmas reception at the home of Bishop and Mrs. George W. Clinton
The Merry Makers Club Christmas Ball
Drum Major Bishop Dale and The Drum and Bugle Corps
A Medial Auxiliary Banquet
Pisgah Lodge No. 266
Colonel James H. Young and Sarah Diamond
Sam McCullough and Friends
The Golden Gloves Social Club
Watson Park and Social Activities
Planning Committee of Phyllis Wheatley YWCA and Meeting of the Good Samaritan Hospital Auxiliary
Swimming Pool
The Dragons
Ethel McCullough
Introduction

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