Tidewater Camellia Club -- History;
Camellias -- North Carolina -- Wilmington;
Camellias -- Periodicals
Box of the collection contains 2 scrapbooks with Camellia Show documents, pictures, membership lists, and newspaper clippings. First scrapbook covers from 1953 through 1971, and the second from 1971 through 1982. Collection has the American...
Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, restaurants, eateries, S. College Rd,
After his meal, Bill Freeman of Wilmington has a cake brought to his table for his birthday party at Bennigan's restaurant. Several women are seated with Bill as 1 waitress and 2 waiters clap and sing happy birthday. Other customers are seen in the...
New Hanover County, North Carolina, bikers, bicycles, races, clubs, elected officials, holidays, Revolutionary War site, historical sites, Cape Fear River, Water St.
Seven participants in the Cape Fear Cyclist's Hot 100 Fun Ride string out along Highway 421 on the first leg of their 100 mile ride. The Labor Day weekend ride, with Mayor Don Betz acting as official starter, began at Riverfront Park in downtown...
Wilmington, New Hanover county, North Carolina, law enforcement, sellers, bids, buyers, smokers, cigarettes, African Americans,
A potential young bidder leans over a baracade at the Wilmington Police Department as he checks out 2 pair of curtains held up by Bill Williams of Williams Auctions. The auction was held at the Red Cross Street complex.
Jonathan and his older sister Stephanie Kimbro in front of their house in a late Wilmington, NC snowfall.
Wilmington received 4.2 inches of snow in March of 1983, and a record 2.9 inches for the day on March 24.
Harts, Stanley Harold, 1952; Pender County (N.C.); Local history; Genealogists
Stanley Harold Harts working on his family history.
Stanley Harts (1952- ) has done extensive research into his family history on both sides of his family, resulting in nine volumes of genealogical research on the Harts family, as well as many...
North Carolina, bicentennial, government buildings, monuments,
A 2 story brick structure at 166 Couthouse Dr. ,Elizabethtown, the county seat. The front grounds has a granite marker with "the freedom bell" set into it with the inscription "in honor of Bladen County patriots: those who have served their country...
Wilmington, New hanover County, North Carolina, marinas, J.E. McWatty, J.B. Gerald, Richard E. Barker
Bradley Creek "66" Marina building, various boats docked at slips, as well as a variety of cars, vans, trucks and boats parked in the lot and on the street. Bertram and Pacemaker signs hang from the marina.
New Hanover County, North Carolina, churches, pets, St. Francis of Assisi, services, animals, pastors, priests
Parents and children watch as Scotty Jenkins of Wilmington has her parakeet (Peter of St. Johns), in its cage, being blessed by Reverend Alfred Durrance of St. John's Episcopal Church during a blessing of the animals on the church grounds. The...
Coaches (Athletics); High schools; American Legion Baseball; Wilmington (N.C.). Parks and Recreation Department
George "Buck" Hardee standing by the sign at the newly named Buck Hardee field at Legion Stadium.
George "Buck" Hardee (1927-2005) was born in Whiteville, NC. He played on a Whiteville American Legion baseball team that went to the National...
Wilmington, Carolina Beach, New Hanover County, North Carolina, churches, denominations, hotels, Wrightsville Beach, Intracoastal Waterway, priests, chalices
The Very Reverend Michael Karloutsos (front) from St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church (608 S. College Rd.) blesses some of the boats on the Blockade Runner dock in Banks Channel. The other 2 ministers are Reverend Robert Cook from St. James...
John Reston inherited this property from his father, Thomas Reston in 1853. It remained in the family until the death of Johns brother, William, in 1868. Mary Brown purchased the property at this time and left it to her son, James E. Richardson,...
Wrightsville Beach, New Hanover County, North Carolina, Atlantic Ocean, Banks Channel, hotels, sound, marsh, Banks Channel
Ocean view of the original building of the Blockade Runner Hotel and its partially finished 4 story addition. Five work trucks/vans are seen ( one has Whitley printed on driver's side) as well as several workers, scaffolding and ladders.
The still intact, ACL Railroad building at Front and Red Cross Streets in 1960. Parking lot in foreground showing 2 men wearing hard hats as well as by-standers looking toward the building. Two trucks and 2 cars are parked in the lot.