Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room explores the history of the 1918 Spanish Flu, its impact, controversy and the toll it took on Charlotte.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room details the good, the bad and the ugly history of the U.S. women's suffrage movement and the important voting progress and policy changes made up to today and Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's current Engage 2020 program.
How did NoDa come to be? The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room details how Highland Park Mill #3 led to the cultural and development boom of North Charlotte.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room tells the story of famously conjoined twins, Violet and Daisy Hilton.
The first black hospital in North Carolina once stood at Bank of America Stadium. The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room explains the history of Good Samaritan Hospital.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room takes a historical look into the evolution of St. Peter's Hospital.
Dr. Tom Hanchett, Historian-in-Residence of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, takes a look at the achievements, life and legacy of one of North Carolina's most heroic Civil Rights activists, J. Charles Jones.
Join the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library in a month-long celebration of African American history, heritage and excellence.
Local writer Cathy Pickens writes about the history of Charlotte crime with highlighted events.
Queen Charlotte never made it to Charlotte, North Carolina in her lifetime. Now, immortalized in cardboard, she's come to leave her unique mark on the Queen City.