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 continues the "Behind the Vault Door" series with a look into the life and service of North Carolina's Annie Lee Hoffman.
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room looks at the history of Native Americans in North Carolina.
Census 2020 is coming. Learn about why we do it and the importance of an accurate count. Also discover how North Carolina and Mecklenburg County will take part, as well as learn about job opportunities with the United States Census Bureau.
In this age-old debate of North vs. South, learn about the history of barbecue in the Carolinas and some fun facts to share at your next get-together.
This post is part two in a four-part series that explores the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence.
This four-part series will explore the purported Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence – a document believed to predate the Declaration of Independence in 1776.
The city of Charlotte celebrates its 250th birthday on December 3, 2018. To celebrate, the Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room provides the history on how the Queen City came to be.
Local author visits Charlotte Mecklenburg Library to discuss his latest mystery.