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    • 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...
    • Kidder House

    • Shingle style house built as rental property for George W. Kidder (1844-1915), saw and planning mill owner; and wife, Florence Hill (1855-1917, who lived one lot west in a house that burned in the 1960s. Both houses sat on Kidder property that...
    • Martha Patterson Kidder

    • Oakdale Cemetery (Wilmington, N.C.); Junior League of Wilmington; National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of North Carolina;
    • Black and white head shot used in Ms. Kidder's online obituary. Martha Patterson Kidder (1919-2013) was born in Richmond, VA, and passed away in Wilmington, NC. She voluntered with many community groups in Wilmington, particularly the Junior...
    • House at 308 Dock Street.

    • Dock Street, Kidder, Moore
    • The house was located on Dock Street behind the large Kidder House on the southeast corner of Third and Dock and was also owned by the Kidders. Louis T. and Florence Kidder Moore resided in the house from ca.1920 until 1926. The Moore's daughters,...
    • Louis T. Moore House

    • Shingle style house built by the heirs of Edward Kidder (1805-1885), for daughter, Annie P. Kidder (1851-1927). Purchased in 1928 by Louis Toomer Moore (1885-1961); and wife, Florence Hill Kidder (1888-1971). He was executive secretary of the...
    • Portrait of Susan Kidder Meares

    • Portrait of Susan Kidder Meares in a white dress with the caption, “I have come to bring you an Easter Greeting” written on the bottom. Meares (1870-1955) was the daughter of Wilmington resident Walker Meares. She married Theodore P. Lovering...
    • Portrait of Helen Lovering as a Child

    • studio portrait, children
    • A studio portrait of Helen Lovering, with the description that she was 1 year, 3 days old at the time of the photograph. Although born in Hawthorne, New Jersey, Lovering had strong family ties to Wilmington, North Carolina and lived there for most...
    • Portrait of John B. Lovering

    • studio portrait
    • Portrait of John B. Lovering, brother of Theodore and Daisy Lovering. Census records indicate that of seven or eight children in the Lovering family, only Theodore and Daisy survived to later adulthood. Theodore married Susan Kidder Meares...
    • Unknown Woman at Orton Plantation

    • Orton Plantation
    • Helen Lovering's shadow can be seen taking the photograph of this unknown woman in front of a treet at Orton Plantation. Although born in Hawthorne, New Jersey, Helen had strong family ties to Wilmington and lived there for most of her adult...
    • Susan and Helen Lovering at the Beach

    • beach, swimwear
    • Sisters Susan and Helen Lovering stand on the beach. Their father Theodore P. Lovering and mother Susan Kidder Meares , daughter of Wilmington resident Walker Meares, moved the family from New York to Wilmington in 1922. They eventually settled...
    • Deans-Maffitt House

    • Greek Revival style house built for James Irving Deans (1824-1877), native of Scotland; and wife, Ellen Geary (1833-1917), native of Ireland. He was a bookkeeper with Edward Kidder & Sons, lumber dealers. After his death she ran a boarding house....
    • Derailed locomotive

    • railroads, railroad, New Hanover County, derailment
    • Seaboard Rail crews use a crane to right the second of two locomotives which jumped the tracks near the crossing at Second and Kidder Streets on Tuesday night in Wilmington, N.C.
    • Silas Nelson Martin

    • New Hanover County (N.C.). Board of Commissioners; City council members; Railroads
    • Photograph of Silas Nelson Martin. Silas Nelson Martin (1828-1877) was born in Maine, the son of Silas Hosmore and Margaret Martin. He settled in Wilmington, NC in 1846 and joined the firm of Potter & Kidder. He became partner in the firm in 1953...


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