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    • Anna Strauss Dudley

    • Dudley, Anna Strauss, 1855-1882
    • Portrait of Anna Dudley. Anna Strauss Dudley (1855-1882) was the wife of John London Dudley. They were married February 16, 1875, at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. They were the parents of Mary Khrone Dudley Roberts, whose family papers...
    • Atkinson-Stevenson House

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    • Italianate style house built for John Wilder Atkinson (1830-1910), native of Lunenburg County, VA, Confederate veteran, insurance agent and New Hanover County commissioner; and wife Eliza Bland Mayo (1832-1880). Enlarged when purchased in 1895 by...
    • Baptist Hill House

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    • A Baptist meeting house occupied this site as early as 1825. Front Street Baptist Church was constructed here in 1837 and served the congregation until 1866. Converted to residence when sold to John F. Stolter (1840-1903) and John M. Bremer...
    • Barbara Jo Lineberger

    • YWCA
    • Photograph of Barbara Jo Lineberger with John Denver, the puppet she created, during a class on puppeteering at the YWCA. Barbara Jo Lineberger (1938- ) was born in Lincoln, NC. She attended Guilford College in Greensboro, where she studied...
    • Bass-Oliver House

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    • Colonial Revival house built for John Mangum Bass (1878-1949), native of Magnolia, NC, roadway timekeeper and accountant for Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Purchased in 1923 by Virginia Taylor Oliver (1894-1985), homemaker. Remained in family for...
    • Beaux-Arts Ball

    • Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, parties, museums, feathers, buildings, organizations, costumes, masks, prizes
    • Sam Garner wearing a mask (left) and Kitty Fitzgibbon admire each other's plumage and jewels during the Beaux-Arts Ball held at the Scottish Rite Temple. The ball is a fund raiser for St. John's Museum of Art.
    • Bellamy Mansion

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    • Classical style house built by slaves and free black artisans, for John Dillard Bellamy (1817-1896), physician, planter, and business leader; and wife, Eliza McIlhenny Harriss (1821-1907). After the fall of Fort Fisher, in 1865, commandeered as...
    • Bellamy Mansion Negro House

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    • Italianate style dependency built to house as many as nine slaves of Dr. John D. Bellamy, and wife, Eliza McIlhenny Harriss. After the Civil War, servants lived here. A rare example of an intact urban slave quarters, the outbuilding includes...
    • Bellamy Mansion Tours (3)

    • Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, Historic district, historical houses, John D. Bellamy, slave quarters, museum, tourist attraction, antebellum architecture, tours
    • Photograph of the front of the Bellamy Mansion taken from across Market St. near the corner of 5th and Market St. House needs painting and repair work. A sign that says "Bellamy Mansion 1859 open" is attached to one of the large white colums near...
    • Bellwill Cotton Mills.

    • Bellwill Cotton Mills, Cotton Mill, Wooster Street, Dawson Street, Bellamy
    • Southern section of Wilmington, with Cape Fear River frontage. Located on the block bounded by Wooster Street on the north, Dawson Street on the south, Water Street on the east and the Cape Fear River on the west, the mill was the successor to the...
    • Bergen-Carpender House

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    • Prairie style house built for Walter John Bergen (1859-1931), secretary of Alexander Sprunt & Sons, Cotton Brokers; and wife, Mary Madden (1867-1947), natives of New York. Purchased in 1947 by Edwin Robinson Carpender (1882-1965), native of New...

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