New Hanover County Courthouse, Annex, City Hall, N. Third Street
North Third Street - 0 and 100 blocks, east side. The red brick New Hanover County Courthouse, is a Queen Anne building completed in 1892. A. S. Eichberg, Savannah, GA, was the architect; James F. Post, was the local supervising architect; and...
Courthouse, Annex, Princess Street, N. Third Street
Leslie N. Boney of Wilmington, with Herbert C. Chivers of New York, consulting architect, designed the stone-faced Neo-classical Revival Annex. The cornerstone was laid on February 6, 1925 and the structure was completed later the same year. The...
Fourth Street, Princess Street, Feast of Pirates, Parade, New Hanover County Courthouse
Notation on back of photo: “1928 replicas of the southern belle.” These children were attendants to “George and Martha Washington” during the Feast of Pirates Parade. The marble building on right is the Courthouse Annex.
Queen Anne style courthouse built as seat of government for New Hanover County at a cost of $72,000. Cornerstone laid on April 20, 1891. Superior Court first met here on April 17, 1893. Renovation begun in 1986; rededicated 1988.
Public Works Department, City Hall, Thalian Hall, N. Third Street, New Hanover County Courthouse
The employees of the Public Works Department of the City of Wilmington display their equipment in front of City Hall. J. E. L. Wade, Commissioner of Public Works, is third from left. The New Hanover County Courthouse is in the background.
Third Street, Courthouse, Annex, City Hall, Thalian Hall, Colonial Apartments, St. James Episcopal Church, Churches, First Baptist Church, St. Paul's Evangelical Church
View is from what looks to be from a roof top or upper floor of one of the buildings on the west side of the 300 block of North Third Street. The City Hall, New Hanover Courthouse and Annex and the Colonial Apartments are among the buildings seen...
This postcard booklet features 20 illustrates scenes from around Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach. Among the sites included are the Courhouse, Old Post Office, Steamer Wilmington, Atlantic Coastline Depot and the Oceanic Hotel.