Charlotte Homes (1900-1920)

13410 Country Club, Charlotte, N. C.

13410 Country Club, Charlotte, N. C.

Exterior of a waterfront house showing a boat and an auto in front of the house.  Souvenir Post Card Co., New York and Berlin.  1909.

1767 Country Club House. Charlotte, N. C.

1767 Country Club House. Charlotte, N. C.

Exterior and interior illustrations of a house in Charlotte S.H. Kress & Co. 1911.

Residence of R. M. Miller, Jr.

Residence of R. M. Miller, Jr.

Charlotte, N. C. The Industrial Centre of the New South. Photo only copyrighted 1909 Stone & Barringer Co. Publishers, Charlotte, N. C. Made in Germany. 1911.

Mrs. Stonewall Jackson's Home, Charlotte, N.C.

Mrs. Stonewall Jackson's Home, Charlotte, N.C.

Front and side view of the Jackson home. C. T. American Art 1916.

Home of Mrs. T. J. Jackson

Home of Mrs. T. J. Jackson

Post Card Series No. 2349, "Charlotte, N.C." Caption: Mrs. T. J. Jackson, widow of the illustrious Confederate General, "Stonewall Jackson," resides in Charlotte, which is also the home of her two grandchildren, Julia and Jackson Christian. Born in Lincoln County, N. C., and her father President of Davidson College, it was but natural that Mrs. Jackson should return to her native state. Her husband was accidentally shot by his own soldiers at Chancellorsville, in 1863, leaving the one daughter, Julia, afterward Mrs. Christian. Raphael Tuck & Sons' Art Publishers to their Majesties the King and Queen. Printed in Germany 1907?.

Home of Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, Widow of the Great Confederate Cavalry Leader, Author of  "Life of Stonewall Jackson."

Home of Mrs. Stonewall Jackson, Widow of the Great Confederate Cavalry Leader, Author of "Life of Stonewall Jackson."

E 9305 Charlotte, N. C. The Industrial Centre of the New South Stone & Barringer Co. Publishers, Charlotte, N. C. Germany 1907?.

Charlotte Homes (1900-1920)