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    • Portrait of George Davis (1820-1896).

    • George Davis, Portrait
    • The Honorable George Davis of Wilmington, was a distinguished lawyer and Attorney-General of the Confederate States of America. Inscription on slab: "George Davis, born March 15th 1820; died February 23, 1896. "Statesman, yet friend to truth and...
    • George Rountree

    • Rountree, George, 1855-1942; Lawyers; Member of the General Assembly; North Carolina Bar Association
    • Studio portrait of George Rountree. George Rountree (1855-1942) was born in Kinston, NC. Rountree graduated from Harvard University in 1877, and returned to Kinston to practice law. In 1881, he married Meta Alexander Davis, daughter of George...
    • George Kirby, Ben Chavis, and Angela Davis

    • Chavis, Ben, 1948- ; Kirby, George, ?-1997; Davis, Angela, 1944-
    • Photograph of George Kirby, Ben Chavis and Angela Davis, and unknown supporter. Ben Chavis (1948 - ) is originally from Oxford, North Carolina. He was a minister from the United Church of Christ's Commission for Racial Justice at the time of...
    • George Honnet House, Front and Nun St.

    • Honnet family, jewelers, Front St., Nun St., George Honnet House
    • Italianate style house built on Sunset Hill by George Honnet (1843-1913), native of Baltimore, jeweler and watchmaker; and wife, Marie Otterbourg (1848-1913). Colossal Neoclassical portico added in 1914 by son, George (1880-1962), a jeweler. House...
    • Dr. George Johnson

    • physicians, Surgeons, Johnson family
    • Dr. George W. Johnson (1897-1966), son of Charles A. and Ida Pure Johnson, was born April 18th, 1897 in Wallace, North Carolina. He married Miss Evelyn Hill and they had a son, George Johnson Jr., who was the Professor & Chief, Division of General...
    • George R. French & Sons Building

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    • Wilmingtons first iron-front and steel-frame structure, built for George Reade French (1802-1889), native of Massachusetts, boot and shoe merchant. George R. French & Sons, established in 1822, was continued by William A. French (1835-1907) and...
    • George Reade French

    • First Baptist Church (Wilmington, N.C.); Oakdale Cemetery (Wilmington, N.C.); Bank of Wilmington (Wilmington, N.C.)
    • Studio portrait of George Reade French. George Reade French (1802-1889) was a boot and shoes merchant in Wilmington, NC. He was also the President of the Bank of Wilmington, and Director and President of Oakdale Cemetery. He played a major role...
    • George William Gillette

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    • Lt. George Gillette, Jr., USN, his mother, Mrs. Pearl M. Gillette, and his father, Col. George W. Gillette, USA. George William Gillette, Jr. (1888-1971) was an army veteran attached to the US Army Corps of Engineers 1918-1948. Before that he was...
    • George W. Trask

    • New Hanover County (N.C.). Board of Commissioners; Truck farmers; Landowners
    • Portrait of George W. Trask. George W. Trask (1876-1963) was born on Masonboro Sound, NC, the son of Daniel Webster and Harriet Horne Trask. He became a truck farmer and founder of George W. Trask & Sons. Trask was one of the first commercial...
    • George Rountree III

    • Rountree, George; Lawyers; Senators (United States)
    • Head shot of George Roundtree III George Rountree III (1933- ) is a prominent attorney, civic leader, and philanthropist. Born into a long-time Wilmington, NC family, he attended Isaac Bear School and the University of Arizona on an...
    • Dr. George W. Johnson (1897-1966)

    • physicians, Johnson family, Surgeons
    • Dr. George W. Johnson (1897-1966), son of Charles A. and Ida Pure Johnson, was born April 18th, 1897 in Wallace, North Carolina. He married Miss Evelyn Hill and they had a son, George Johnson Jr., who was the Professor & Chief, Division of General...
    • George Everard Kidder

    • Cement Products Company; City council members; Veterans of World War I of the U.S.A.
    • Portrait of George Everard Kidder. George Everard Kidder (1887-1940) was born in Wilmington, NC, the son of George W. Kidder. He was educated at Cape Fear Academy and St. Paul's preparatory school in Connecticut before attending the University of...
    • Fort Caswell Soldiers

    • World War I; Fort Caswell (N.C.)
    • Soldiers from Fort Caswell, NC at an oyster roast at Lumsden's at Whiskey Creek. Oliver Hutaff is the young boy in the front, and George Hutaff, Jr., is at the back right behind the fence. Oliver Cromwell Hutaff (1907-1980) was the son of...
    • Children of the Confederary Papers, 1927-1932

    • Children of the Confederacy. -- George Davis 6 Chapter -- Membership; Children of the Confederary -- George Davis 6 Charpter -- Pamphlets; Patriotic societies -- North Carolina -- Wilmington
    • The collection contains one box of records from the Children of the Confederacy, George Davis 6 Chapter organization. The majority of the collection is applications for membership in the organization
    • George R. McCracken

    • African American police chiefs; Southport (N.C.)
    • Southport police chief George R. McCracken talking on the radio in his patrol car. George R. McCracken (1941-2013) joined the Southport Police Department in the 1960s, becoming one of the first black police officers in the state of North...
    • George Marecek

    • Fort Fisher (N.C.); Trials (Murder); United States. Army. Special Forces
    • Picture used in a newspaper article. George Marecek (1933- )was a decorated Green Beret accused of killing his wife in 1991. Viparet Marecek was found face down in the Cape Fear River while the couple was vacationing at Fort Fisher. She had...

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