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.
Have you been to the Novant Health Thanksgiving Day Parade? Learn the history of the popular Carousel Parade and its Carousel Princesses.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room team dives into the tasty past of Lance crackers.
The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room provides a history on the influence and impact of libraries in northern Mecklenburg County.
Looking for Charlotte-themed writing prompts this National Novel Writing Month? The Robinson-Spangler Carolina can help with that.
Music to our ears! The Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room team takes a look Behind the Vault Doors into the history of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra.
Curious about how the Queen City came to be? Here, the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room makes an introduction to Queen Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
Midwood Elementary reached its prime in the 1950s. Several decades later, the school began to fall into disrepair and closed, but in 1985 seventy workers brought Midwood Elementary back up to code in a speedy three days, changing the trajectory of the school and what it meant to the community forever.
Baseball season is upon us, but do you know the history of the Charlotte games or leagues? Here's a starting point with tales of Charlotte's baseball past from the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room.