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    • Charlotte and Mary Fennell

    • Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919
    • Photograph of Charlotte and Mary Fennell. Charlotte Fennell Wylie (1889-1918) and her sister Mary (Mamie) J. Fennell (1897-1970) lived at 807 Market Street in Wilmington. They were neighbors with the Metts family, and gave James I. Metts the album...
    • Loughlin - Fennell House

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    • 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...
    • Motor Corps

    • World War, 1914-1918--Women--United States
    • A photograph of women in the Motor Corps. The caption reads "Just a part of our Motor Corps, Wilmington North Carolina." Names included on the photograph, left to right: Fennell (possibly Charlotte), Dickinson, Lewis, Bluethenthal, Rankin,...
    • Orr Farm Blueberries

    • North Carolina, Pender County, farms, farming, crops, fruits,
    • 4 caucasian and 3 African American workers are sorting and packing blueberries in a barn-like building at the J.W. Orr farm off U.S. 421 near Currie.
    • Jimmie I. Metts, Jr. and neighbor

    • Wilmington (N.C.); Children
    • Jimmie I. Metts sitting on the front porch of either his house or his neighbor's on Market Street. He is sitting with his dog and the neighbor, Ms. Fennell, either Charlotte or Mary, who went by Mamie. James Isaac Metts, Jr. (1910-1990) lived at...
    • Fennell-Crump House

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    • Queen Anne style house built for Ellen Jackson Murphy (1849-1939), widow of Dallas M. Fennell (1848-1895), bookkeeper. Purchased in 1920 by Edward P. Crump (1862-1943), native of Alabama, chemical corporation superintendent; and wife, Cora B....
    • Fennell-Croom House

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    • Built by former Confederate Army Captain, Owen J. Fennell (1832-1910) as his residence. He was a local merchant and Justice of the Peace. Purchased by M.F. Croom in 1892 and remodeled. Remained in family until 1931.
    • Bladenboro, NC

    • Bladen County, North Carolina, railroads, courts, police force, officers
    • What was once the Bladenboro train depot now houses a police station and magistrate's office. The tracks that pass by on the other side of the fence are still in use.
    • Blanchard Farm Blueberries

    • North Carolina, farms, fruits, workers, fields
    • Brenda Boney, wearing a Winston cup series ball cap, is from Rose Hill. She packs blueberries at Billy Blanchard's farm on N.C. 11 in southern Duplin County. Several other people are seen in the background.
    • J.G. McNeill

    • Tobacco farmers; Columbus County (N.C.); Pecan industry
    • Head shot of Mr. J.G. McNeill. James Galen "Mac" McNeill (1915-2002) was the mayor of Fairbluff, NC, from 1971 through 1993. He was a paratrooper during World War II. He operated a tobacco warehouse and was a pecan buyer in Columbus County, NC. ...
    • Kay Godwin, Debbie Scheu, and Alma Fennel

    • Cape Fear Garden Club (Wilmington, N.C.)--History; Garden tours; Women dressmakers
    • Kay Godwin, Debbie Scheu, and Alma Fennel standing in front of the Azalea Festival ticket office. Augusta Counts was the first Azalea Belle dressmaker in 1969, designing antebellum style dresses to be worn by Azalea Belles in the Cape Fear Garden...
    • James Worley

    • Crayfish culture; Columbus County (N.C.)
    • James Worley holding a crawfish in a Star-News article. James Worley tried to start a crawfish pond on his family farm in Columbus County, NC after consulting with a state extension official. He hoped to expand production by reclaiming old rice...

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