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    • D & E Car Exchange

    • automobile dealers, cars, businesses
    • This photograph captures the grand opening of the D & E Car Exchange on April 24, 1972 on Market Street in Wilmington, N.C. Pictured are R. Zimmerman, Jimmy Metts, Jimmy Flynn, L. E. LaMarsh, J. G. Slim Dubose, Martin Dubose, and Mrs. Edith...
    • James Isaac Metts

    • Soldiers--Confederate States of America--Biography; Kinston (N.C.); Civil War campaigns; Johnson Island Prison
    • Original picture of Mr. James Isaac Metts, used for the engraving in "Biographical History of North Carolina" by Samuel Ashe. James Isaac Metts (1842-1921) was born in Kinston, NC, and moved to Wilmington, NC at age six. He joined the...
    • Billboards on Oleander

    • Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, automobiles, cars, D. West jewelers, Dan's fan city, Shell Island oceanfront, Naegele, Rip-Lin book exchange, Captain D's seafood & hamburger, Putt-Putt, miniature golf courses, Cape Fear motors,...
    • Shows existing billboards, businesses and traffic at the corner of Oleander Dr. and 41st st.
    • David Reid Murchison House

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    • Second Empire style house built for David Reid Murchison (1837-1882), native of Cumberland County, commission merchant, first President of the Produce Exchange; and wife, Lucy Wooster Wright (1850-1913). Donated in 1953 by daughter, Lucille...
    • Cotton Workers

    • Cotton manufacture; Cotton trade--North Carolina
    • Photograph of cotton workers buying cotton at Alexander Sprunt & Son, cotton exporters. By 1910, Wilmington-based Alexander Sprunt & Son were the largest cotton exporters in the nation. The business was located on 400 N. Front Street. The...
    • James Owen Reilly

    • Real estate agents; Botanists; Fire insurance agents
    • Portrait of James Owen Reilly. James Owen Reilly (1879-1936) was born in Wilmington, NC. He attended St. Mary's and Cape Fear Academy. In 1902, Reilly became agent for the Royal Exchange and the Carolina & London Assurance fire insurance...
    • Mary Ellen Golden

    • Artists; Watercolorists
    • Mary Ellen Golden sitting in front of an easel. Mary Ellen Golden (1942- ) was born and raised in Rose Hill. She is a talented artist who works in watercolors. She attended Wallace Rose Hill High School and then Duke University, where she met...
    • Henry Clay McQueen

    • Soldiers--Confederate States of America; Bankers
    • Photograph of Henry C. McQueen. Henry Clay McQueen (1846-1935) was born in Lumberton, NC. He enlisted in the Civil War serving with Company D, first North Carolina Battalion heavy artillery. He was captured at Ft. Fisher in 1864 as it fell to the...
    • David Reid Murchison House

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    • Second Empire style house built for David Reid Murchison (1837-1882), native of Cumberland County, commission merchant, first President of the Produce Exchange; and wife, Lucy Wooster Wright (1850-1913). Donated in 1953 by daughter, Lucille...
    • W. C. Brown

    • African Americans--History; Riots
    • Wilmington City Detective W. C. Brown leaves the Pender County Courthouse in Burgaw, NC after testifying in the post conviction hearing of the Wilmington Ten. W.C. Brown denied that he bribed Eric Junious with a mini-bike in exchange for his...
    • John Golden

    • Golden, John, 1941 ; Folk singers; Storytellers
    • Photograph of John Golden posed in a tree. John Golden (1941- ) is an accomplished local folk singer and story teller who writes many of his own songs to share the history of coastal North Carolina. He was born and raised in south Florida, and...

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