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 The first suburbs of Charlotte formed along streetcar lines that extended out from the city. These suburbs expanded to the south and east of the city. In chronological order: 
Dilworth, Elizabeth, Myers Park, 
Plaza Midwood.
“Colorful, historic Dilworth with its park, boulevards, elegant mansions and sparkling bungalows is Charlotte’s earliest suburban development. Opened in 1891 by entrepreneur and streetcar owner, Edward Dilworth Latta, his house on East Boulevard was the showplace of turn-of-the-century Charlotte.
Dilworth had not only fine residences, but also a race track, ball park, pavilion, lake and an industrial complex which included textile mills and a foundry. The National Register neighborhood retains its residential charm while embracing lively adaptive reuse for commerce, galleries, restaurants and entertainment.”
  Mary Norton Kratt
Dilworth- Historic District
Photographs 2000-2000 Lynnsy Logue
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Additionally...Mary takes note of more specific treasures:
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“The boarding house where author Carson McCullers wrote the early chapters of her celebrated book, The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, now a restaurant at 311 E. Blvd. in the Dilworth neighborhood.” 
4“In the same neighborhood is Atherton Mill, an adapted cotton mill filled with elegant shops, adjacent to a brewery, a rare and second hand book store, the trolley museum and “stop and ride” for Charlotte’s colorful restored trolley.

The area around the Atherton shops is called South End. Billy Graham and his family went to church just up the street when he was growing up on a dairy farm outside of Charlotte.”