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    • Margie Worthington

    • Artists; Women artists; Cameron Art Museum
    • Margie Worthington at St. John's Museum of Art. Margie Worthington is an artist and art educator. She moved to Wilmington, NC in 1984 where she became the first Curator of Education at St. John's Museum of Art (now Cameron Art Museum), a...
    • Claude Howell

    • Howell, Claude, 1915-1997
    • Photograph of Claude Howell in his studio/apartment. Claude Howell (1915-1997) was one of North Carolina's premier painters. His paintings were mainly concerned with the North Carolina coastal areas, documenting the people and landscapes of the...
    • Vocal ensemble at St. John's Art Museum

    • Singers; Wilmington (N.C.); University of North Carolina, Wilmington; Cameron Art Museum
    • Small a cappella vocal ensemble performing for an event at St. John's Art Museum (now Cameron Art Museum) in Wilmington, NC. From left to right: Margaret Hickman (1951- ), Tandy Brown (1956- ), Susan Deankel (1946- ), Thad Dankel (1942- ). ...
    • Hiroshi Sueyoshi

    • Pottery; Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum;
    • Hiroshi Sueyoshi working on a student's vase during a pottery class at the Pancoe Art Center in the Cameron Art Museum. Hiroshi Sueyoshi (1946- ), master potter, exhibitor, and teacher/mentor, has lived in North Carolina since 1971, and...
    • Juan Logan

    • Logan, Juan; Artists; Cameron Art Museum
    • Head shot of Juan Logan. Juan Logan (1946- ) has worked as an artist for over 30 years. His work has been included in hundreds of solo and group exhibitions, including a one-man show at St. John's Museum of Art in Wilmington, NC in 1994. In 1995...
    • Traudi Thornton

    • Ceramics; Women artists; Cameron Art Museum
    • Traudi Thornton with some of her ceramic pieces. Traudi Thornton was born in Czechoslovakia, raised in Germany, and has lived in Wilmington, NC since 1983. She is a well-known ceramist who is a member of the North Carolina Pottery Center, Her...
    • Minnie Evans

    • Evans, Minnie, 1892-1987; African American painters; Women artists; Artists; African American women
    • Minnie Evans possibly at the gatehouse at Airlie Gardens Estate. Minnie Eva Jones (1892-1987) was born in the Long Creek Community of Pender County, NC. In 1908, she married Julius Evans, who worked for the Pembroke Jones family. Minnie also...
    • Ann Conner

    • Artists; University of North Carolina, Wilmington; College teachers
    • Ann Conner with some of her woodblock prints. Ann Louise Conner (1948- ) was born in Wilmington, NC and is the Chairman of the Department of Art and Art History at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Professor Conner is a nationally...
    • Beverly S. Maurer

    • Flower arrangement, Japanese; Ikebana International
    • Beverly S. Maurer standing next to her ikebana arrangement at the annual Art in Bloom show presented by Ikebana International,Wilmington Chapter 212. Ikebana International is an organization dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of Ikebana,...
    • Virginia Wright-Frierson

    • Wright-Frierson, Virginia; Murals; Minnie Evans Sculpture Garden (Wilmington, N.C.); Women artists
    • Virginia Wright-Frierson, possibly at St. Johns Art Center. Virginia Wright-Frierson (1949- ) has remained a prominent artist in the city's art community since moving to Wilmington, NC in 1977. She has written and illustrated several children's...
    • James Hilary Worthington

    • Artists; Art festivals
    • James Hilary Worthington at his home studio. James Hilary Worthington (1927-1997) was a big supporter of the arts in Wilmington, NC. He helped start the Wilmington Art Association, and was one of the founders of the Piney Woods Festival that was...
    • Rheinstein-Green Building

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    • Originally a four-story Romanesque Revival style building constructed for Fredrick Rheinstein (1841-1899), native of Bavaria, wholesale dry goods merchant. The street facade was altered in the Art Moderne style in 1940 when the building was leased...
    • Emma Lossen

    • Women artists; Women educators
    • Photograph of Emma Lossen, possibly from a New Hanover High School yearbook photograph. Emma Lossen (1892-1976) taught art and history for many years at New Hanover High School in Wilmington, NC, as well as being a local artist. She was a...
    • Billie Ruth Sudduth

    • Sudduth, Billie Ruth; Baskets
    • Billie Ruth Sudduth standing next to one of her baskets on display. Billie Ruth Sudduth (1945- ) is a world-renowned basket maker. Her work has been displayed at numerous institutions, including the Smithsonian, the Mint Museum, and the Cameron...
    • Elizabeth Fishblate Buck

    • Women dressmakers; Business and Professional Women’s Club (Wilmington, N.C.); Millinery
    • Posed news photograph of Elizabeth Fishblate Buck. Elizabeth Fishblate Buck (1891-1931) was the daughter of S. H. Fishblate, the first Jewish mayor of Wilmington, NC, and Fannie Schaap of Richmond, VA. She married Harry C. Buck in 1915. After...
    • The Glenn Restaurant

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    • Commercial building constructed for Esther Naomi Mintz Yopp (1891-1972) and built by contractor, Sam Blake. Occupied by various restaurants from 1947 to 1969. Building remains in family.

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