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 9.  Noteworthy Documents and Ephemera

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The Commission operates a revolving fund which buys endangered historic landmarks or contributing properties in local historic districts.  In most instances it sells these properties with protective deed covenants to assure their preservation.  The revolving fund has been operating since 1991.  Click here to see the properties it has preserved. 

Website On Outen Pottery Park (Under Construction)

Website On Move Of Thrift P&N Depot (Under Construction)


Click Here To View Public Art:  A Piedmont Case Study


This documentary explores public art across the Piedmont region. Public art is a part of our public history, part of our evolving culture and our collective memory. It reflects and reveals our society and adds meaning to our cities. As artists respond to our times, they reflect their inner vision to the outside world, and they create a chronicle of our public experience.

Within a restored house, rebirth to take off at JCSU:  The Restoration of the Dr. George E. Davis House.  An article on the Davis House in the Charlotte Observer.

Click Here For Thompson Orphanage.  Yesterday.  Today.  Tomorrow?

Click Here To View Video:  "Rural Mecklenburg.  A Vanishing Way Of Life (Youtube)

 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission

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