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    • Louis T. Moore and James Edward Lee Wade

    • Moore, Louis Toomer, 1885-1961
    • Louis T. Moore (on right) and J. E. L. Wade, possibly at the dedication of the memorial to the men from the city and county who fought in WWI and WWII at Greenfield Lake. James E. L. Wade (1889-1980), consummate Wilmington politician and...
    • Louis T. Moore and children

    • Moore, Louis Toomer, 1885-1961; Children; Photographers; Photography--Collections
    • Louis T. Moore and a large crowd of children sitting in a car on the southside of Market Street between Front and Second streets. Louis Toomer Moore (1885-1961) was a long-time Wilmington, NC promoter and photographer whose vast collection of...
    • Sadie

    • Moore, Louis Toomer, 1885-1961; Laundry workers; Photography--Collections
    • This image is of a laundress only known as Sadie, standing in the side yard of Louis T. Moore's home at 121 S. Fifth Street in Wilmington, NC.
    • Louis, James, and Henry Whitted

    • Brothers; African American men; African Methodist Episcopal Church
    • Photograph of Louis, James, and Henry Whitted taken after a service at St. James A.M.E. Church in Castle Hayne, NC, March 1968. All three Whitted brothers were born in the Wilmington, NC area and attended local public schools. Louis Whitted was a...
    • Confederate Veterans

    • Soldiers--Confederate States of America
    • Photograph of a gathering of the Confederate Veterans group. Last Confederate Veterans of the Wilmington, NC area. Richard M. V. B. Reaves (died 1930) is the short man in the second row.
    • Captain Louis Freimuth

    • Fire departments
    • Head shot of Captain Louis Freimuth, part of larger picture showing all of the engine company heads of the Wilmington Fire Department in 1905. Captain Louis (Ludwig)Freimuth (1865-1921) had a long career with the Wilmington Fire Department. In...
    • Louis T. Moore at Oakdale Cemetery

    • Louis T. Moore, cemeteries, Oakdale Cemetery
    • Louis Toomer Moore was the executive secretary of the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Moore was present to photograph every important local event of the time, as well as chronicle the area’s growth and portray its people.
    • Louis Joseph Coleman

    • New Hanover County (N.C.). Board of Commissioners; Contractors
    • Portrait of Louis Joseph Coleman. Louis Joseph Coleman (1887-1963) was born in Columbus County, NC. He moved to Wilmington, NC in 1906 and became a contractor and builder. Coleman built several residential, public, and commercial buildings,...
    • Crowd Gathered at Waterfront

    • Cape Fear River, Waterfront, Destroyer, Market Street, Water Street, Tugboat, Ships, Boats, Navy
    • This b&w photograph, taken about 1930, captures the Navy Destroyer "Blue" as it arrives in the port of Wilmington with a crowd of greeters watching at the foot of Market Street.
    • U.S. Custom House and Modoc

    • Cape Fear River, Waterfront, U.S. Custom House, Federal Building, Coast Guard, Cutter, Modoc, Ships, Boats
    • This b&w photograph captures the Coast Guard Cutter Modoc in front of the U.S. Custom House (later the Federal Building) in 1916.
    • City of Southport

    • Cape Fear River, Waterfront, Federal Building, Custom House, Steamer, City of Southport, Boats
    • This b&w photograph (c. 1925) captures the steamer, City of Southport, tied up at the government dock in front of the U.S. Custom House.
    • Feast of Pirates

    • Cape Fear River, Feast of Pirates, Pirates, Boats, John Knox, Menantic, Ferry
    • This b&w photograph captures a pirate ship prepared for the inaugural Feast of Pirates festival in 1927.


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