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Manuscripts

Hutchinson, Orion N. A History of Harrison Methodist Church, 1785-1955.
 
Worthington, Samuel Wheeler. Ancient and Rare Caroliniana.
 

Periodicals

The Curtain Call. Little Theatre of Charlotte.
 
Journal of the 1955 Session of the Western North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church.


The North Carolina Historical Review
 

Newspapers

Charlotte News.


Charlotte Observer.


Mecklenburg Times.

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