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The Charlotte Post Collection

The Charlotte Post Collection

About this collection

Background
The Charlotte Post newspaper chronicles the African-American community in Charlotte, NC and surrounding areas. The newspaper was founded in 1878 and is published by The Charlotte Post Publishing Company. The Charlotte Post Collection at Johnson C. Smith University Archives is a large collection of photos that primarily span the ‘80’s through the early 2000’s.

There are portrait photos of celebrities, pastors, politicians, civic leaders along with event photos from speeches, award ceremonies and protests. This exciting collection also includes photos of everyday people including infants, children, males, females and groups.

Popular Searches

Athletes
Females
Males
Portraits
Award ceremonies

Collection Highlights

Afro American Cultural Center
Norman Butler, one of three men serving a life sentence for the murder of Malcolm X
Pastors
Photographs of comedian, Pearl Bailey
Photographs of jazz trumpeter, Scotey Barnhart

Related Materials

The Charlotte Post in the North Carolina Newspapers Collection at Digital NC.

General Links

Archives LibGuide – gives more general information for reaching us, resources for conducting genealogy research on African Americans in the South.
Archives General Tour slideshow – learn about the history of the Inez Moore Parker Archives, its holdings and how we can work with you.
Archives Collections Tour slideshow – learn about our collections, highlights by years and how to use our finding aids. Also see pictures of our Archive spaces in the library.
Digital Smith – online home of the Archives’ digital collections
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