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    • Annie Herring Snipes

    • School principal; Educator
    • Newspaper clipping of photograph of Annie Herring Snipes. Annie Herring Snipes (1895-1977) served as principal of the Carolina Beach school, the Winter Park school, and the Isaac Bear school. She became principal of the newly built Chestnut Street...
    • Annie Elizabeth Manson

    • Southport (N.C.)
    • Annie Elizabeth Manson as the winner of the "Miss Fluffy Ruffles" contest in North Carolina. "Fluffy Ruffles" refers to either a short-lived Broadway play, or a popular two-step dance of the day. Annie Elizabeth Manson (1888-1967) was a long...
    • The Kadalas and Bianca at Dockside

    • Netherlands; School librarians
    • Dorothy Kadala and her children Neil and Annie with their former babysitter from the Netherlands, Bianca Blezer, at the Dockside Restaurant in summer. Dorothy Kadala (1949- ) is a Media Coordinator with the New Hanover County school system. Neil...
    • Loughlin - Fennell House

    • Craftsman style bungalow built for James Albert Loughlin, native of Henderson, NC (1890-1967), civil engineer; and wife, Annie Elizabeth Manson (1888-1967), native of Southport, NC. Purchased in 1926 by James Leroy Fennell (1879-1940), Atlantic...
    • Edward P. Bailey House

    • Second French Empire style house built for Edward P. Bailey (1856-1904), native of Sweden and wife, Annie Empie (1858-1915). Mr. Bailey was president of Wilmington Iron Works and a city alderman. Queen Anne style facade added in 1905. Residence of...
    • Oakdale Cemetery - Latimer Family Plot.

    • Oakdale Cemetery, Cemeteries, Graves, Latimer
    • Inscription on back: "Snakes, elephants, devils are on monument on left." Oakdale Cemetery was chartered in 1852, when sixty-five acres were initially acquired. The cemetery was organized in response to a nationwide movement towards large...
    • Oakdale Cemetery - General view.

    • Oakdale Cemetery, Cemeteries
    • Oakdale Cemetery was chartered in 1852, when sixty-five acres were initially acquired. The cemetery was organized in response to a nationwide movement towards large centrally located places of interment, which replaced church and private graveyards...
    • Dr. Armand John deRosset III

    • deRosset, Armand John, 1807-1897; Oakdale Cemetery (Wilmington, N.C.)
    • Published photograph of Dr. Armand John deRosset III. Dr. deRosset III (1807-1897) was one in a long line of doctors in the deRosset family. He graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 1824 with his A.B. degree and received...
    • Bridgers-Watters House

    • One of two identical shingle style houses as investment property for Eliza Eagles Haywood Bridgers (1857-1932). Purchased in 1919 by Annie Eloise Dawson Watters (1860-1950), native of Dublin, Ireland. Remained in family for forty-two years.
    • James Benson Dudley

    • African American educators; African American newspaper editors; African American freemasonry; Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
    • Studio portrait of James Dudley. James Benson Dudley (1859-1925)was born in Wilmington, NC, to John Bishop and Annie Hatch Dudley, who were slaves of Edward B. Dudley, Governor of North Carolina. He majored in elementary education at Shaw...
    • Browne-Stanley House

    • Colonial Revival style house built for Richmond, Virginia natives, Otway Leon Browne (1874-1970), Assistant Purchasing Agent for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; and wife, Annie Gertrude Rogers (1875-1954). Purchased in 1964 by Shelton Smith...
    • Dr. George Johnson and Dr. William Dosher

    • Johnson family, Dosher family, physicians, medicine
    • Dr. George W. Johnson (1897-1966), son of Charles A. and Ida Pure Johnson, was born April 18th, 1897, in Wallace, North Carolina. He married Miss Evelyn Hill and they had a son, George Johnson, Jr., who was Professor & Chief, Division of General...
    • Westerman House

    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Fredrick W. Westerman (1868-1928), carpenter; and wife, Annie Allen (1868-1942). Residence of sons, James (1892-1979) and Allen (1907-1985), cabinet makers and carpenters. House remained in family for...
    • Scott-Nall House

    • Bungalow built for James H. Scott (1883-1974), painter; and wife, Annie C. (1889-1983). From 1944 to 1974 residence of Alberta Blanchard Nall (1881-1974), widow of John P. Nall (1887-1944), foreman with Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Remained in...
    • Oakdale Cemetery

    • North Carolina's first "rural cemetery," incorporated as the Wilmington Cemetery Company by an act of legislature on March 4, 1852. The sixty-five acre site offered high land, picturesque topography, streams and native vegetation. Organizers were...


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