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    • Wrightsville Beach - Banks Channel.

    • Wrightsville Beach, Banks Channel, Oceanic, Hotels, Frying Pan Boat Club
    • Boats tied up at the Frying Pan Boat Club dock on Banks Channel, north of the bridge. The Oceanic Hotel is in the background. The hotel's pavilion is at right, where boats were kept to carry guests out into the ocean via Moore's Inlet, which was...
    • Wooster House

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    • Greek Revival style house built by John Wooster (1791-1869), native of Connecticut, dry goods merchant with Wooster, Anderson and Company; and wife, Lucy A. Wright (1801-1864). Inherited by son, Capt. John L. Wooster (1831-1885), attorney,...
    • Wooster House

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    • Greek Revival style house built by John Wooster (1791-1869), native of Connecticut, dry goods merchant with Wooster, Anderson, and Company; and wife, Lucy A. Wright (1801-1864). Inherited by son, Capt. John L. Wooster (1821-1885), attorney,...
    • Wilmington Fire Department.

    • Wilmington Fire Department, Firefighters, S. Fourth Street, Dock Street
    • Firemen, who collected toys for Christmas, pose at the base of the fire tower at Fire Headquarters, Fourth and Dock streets. The roof of the Donald MacRae house can be seen at the left.
    • Wilmington Fire Department.

    • Wilmington Fire Department, Firefighters, S. Fourth Street, Dock Street
    • Firemen who collected 500 toys for needy children at Christmas, pose at the base of the fire tower at South Fourth and Dock streets. The Donald MacRae House is behind the wall at left.
    • Williams-Clark House

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    • Rear section built by Hosea Williams (1816), cooper; enlarged and remodeled in the Italianate style c. 1891 by Eunice B. Moore (1843-1934). Her daughter, Miss Lucy, ran a floraculture business on the property. Purchased in 1906 by Haywood Clark...
    • Williams-Agostini Cottage

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    • Cottage built for Hosea Williams (b. 1816), cooper; and wife, Margaret Stephens (b. 1816), natives of Onslow County. Purchased in 1857 by William Cookman (1812-1862), native of Ireland and gunsmith with W.H. Marks and Company. Inherited by his wife...
    • William H. Alderman House

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    • Queen Anne style house built for William Harriss Alderman (1851-1932), bookkeeper; and wife, Alice Guess Larkins (1852-1905), on property given to them by her parents, William and Belinda Larkins. After Mrs. Aldermans death, the family retained the...
    • Wilkinson Alley

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    • Named for William Wilkinson, Colonial merchant and part owner of a rum distillery, who was a constable and Justice of the Peace. During the Revolutionary War, he served as deputy chairman of the Wilmington-New Hanover County Committee of Safety. ...
    • Webb-Rankin House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Walter G. Webb (1844-1919), bookeeper; and wife, Nora Grainger (1859-1939). Purchased in 1926 by Robert George Rankin (175-1955), salesman; and wife, Kate Harlow (1880-1965). Remained in family for...
    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River - Wilmington.

    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River, Point Peter, Champion Compress
    • View from Point Peter looking southeast, between Campbell and Dock streets. Champion Compress (Cotton) wharves are at left. The Native Americans called the river, "Sapona," which is formed by the junction of the Haw and Deep Rivers in Chatham...
    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River - Wilmington.

    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River, Destroyer, Blue, JoWaHa
    • The Destroyer, Blue, arrives in the port of Wilmington as a crowd watches at the foot of Market Street. The building on the river is known by the unusual name of the JoWaHa Building, built in 1904, and named for the owner, John W. Harper...

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