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    • Simmons-Horne House

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    • Craftsman style bungalow built for Ralph Lane Simmons (1900-1984), clerk with the American Railway Express Company; and wife, Meda Walton (1903-1986). Purchased in 1944 by Rufus T. Horne, Sr. (1894-1969), carpenter and building contractor; and...
    • Lazarus-Hill-Divine House

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    • Federal style house built for Aaron Lazarus (1777-1841), wealthy merchant and influential citizen. Purchased 1854 by Frederick J. Hill (1792-1861), physician, planter, and NC senator. Remodeled in Greek Revival and Italianate styles with entrance...
    • Michael Hooper House

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    • House built for Michael Hooper (1830-1877), lamplighter and drayman; and wife, Julia A. (1841-1906). He was founder of Wilmington's Emancipation Day Celebration in 1874. The Structure was altered to Neoclassical Revival style in c. 1902 when...
    • James House

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    • Colonial Revival style house built for Eliza Alice Haughton James (1850-1938), native of Pittsboro, NC, widow of Col. Thomas Cowan James (1849-1912). At various times residence of son, J. Marion James (1884-1976), proprietor of James Book and...
    • Shaw-Sellers House

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    • Craftsman style house built for Addie M. and Henry B. Shaw, clerk with the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Purchased in 1946 by Theodore Sellars (1902-1966), native of Duplin County, owner of Sellars & Greer, Inc., insurance and real estate; and...
    • Portrait of Helen Lovering as a Young Girl

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    • Studio portrait of Helen Lovering from January 28, 1917. After the family settled in Wilmington from New York in 1922, Helen lived in the Meares family home on Market Street until her death in 1999. She retired from Lovering Office Service and...
    • Ofiesh-Plisco Building

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    • Duplex stores and apartments built for George Ofiesh (1897-1929), native of Mouhaidee, Lebanon, confectioner; and wife, Emily E. (1907-1997) of Altoona, PA. Leo O. Plisco (1916- ) of Kinston, NC; and wife, Florence Snyderman (1920- ) of...
    • Struthers-Futrelle House

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    • Craftsman style bungalow built as investment property for William Struthers, Jr. (1880-1939), native of Camden, NJ, real estate developer; and wife, Mamie D. Morrill (1882-1967). In 1926, purchased by W. Leon Futrelle (1892-1950), native of Mt....
    • Sloan-Powers House

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    • Queen Anne style house built for Edward Dunn Sloan (1868-1929), bookkeeper with Hall & Pearsall, wholesale grocers; and wife, Margaret B. Satchwell. In 1900 sold to Kinchen J. Powers (1842-1902), physician; and wife, Emmaline Simpson (1853-1934),...
    • Struthers-Futrelle House

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    • Craftsman style bungalow built as investment property for William Struthers, Jr. (1880-1939), native of Camden, NJ, real estate developer; and wife, Mamie D. Morrrill (1882-1967). In 1926, purchased by W. Leon Futrelle (1892-1950), native of Mt....
    • Grant-Stevenson House

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    • North wing, c. 1875, built for Ruben Grant (1810-1880), Methodist minister; and wife, Sarah Ann Dawson (1823-1888). South wing, c. 1872, built for James C. Stevenson (1847-1907), wholesale grocer; and wife, Elizabeth J. Smith (1850-1919). Son,...
    • Bellamy - Baggett House

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    • Spanish Colonial Revival style house built for Emmett Hargrove Bellamy (1891-1952), attorney and state senator; and wife, Lillian Frances Maxwell (1899-1987), native or Rhode Island. Purchased in 1962 by Dallie Durwood Baggett ( 1922 - ), native...
    • Thomas M. Green House

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    • Colonial Revival style house built for Thomas Meares Green (1879-1933), pharmacist and surgeon; and wife, Emma Perrin West (1880-1962). Purchased in 1945 by sisters, Jennie Atkinson Murchinson (1886-1973) and Fanny Murchinson Curtis (1888-1967).
    • Pulliam House

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    • Shingled cottage built for Stone Cowan Pulliam (1892-1979), insurance agent and secretary of board of fire underwriters; and wife, Lucille Erambert Skinner (1892-1973). Remained in family for fifty years.
    • Goldstein-King House

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    • Craftsman style bungalow built as rental property for Joseph Goldstein (1843-1928), native of Lithuania, clothing merchant; and wife, Lena Kabaka (1862-1950), native of Russia. Purchased in 1944 by Lucy Miles King (1884-1966); widow of Lott King...
    • New Hanover High School

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    • Newclassical Revival style school opened in 1922 with an enrollment of 840 students, the largest in North Carolina. Leslie N. Boney, architect, designed the wings, 1930; the Princess Street gymnasium, 1940; and Brogden Hall, 1954. Notable students...
    • Hutaff House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Elizabeth Dunkel Hutaff (1883-1960), native of Richmond, VA; and husband, William J. Hutaff (1881-1925). He was secretary-treasurer of the Wilmington Coca-Cola Bottling Works. Upon his death, his wife...
    • Saint Amand House

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    • Craftsman style bungalow built for Claudius Emile Saint Amand (1877-1951), native of Charleston, SC, chief claims attorney for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; and wife, Ella Mae Flagler (1880-1967), native of Kingstree, SC. Remained in family...
    • Smith-Willoughby House

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    • Shingle style house built for Lissette Smith (1853-1930), widow of Andrew T. Smith (1849-1907). Conveyed in 1922 to Julius E. Willoughby (1871-1944), Chief Engineer of Roadway, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Remained in family until 1960.
    • Runge-Fales House

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    • Greek Revival style house built for Gerhardt Henry William Runge (1828-1876), grocer and saloon keeper; and wife, Johanna H. Eckel (1836-1920), natives of Hannover, Germany. Purchased in 1922 by James Benjamin Franklin Fales (1859-1925), owner of...

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