Craftsman style bungalow built as rental property for Basil Humphrey Marshall (1870-1951), manager of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Pass Bureau; and wife Mary Octavia Styron (1881-1966). The house remained in family until 1972.
Colonial Revival Style house built for Basil Humphrey Marshall (1870-1951), native of Jacksonville, NC and for fifty-six years the manager of the pass bureau of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; and wife, Maria Octavia Styron (1881-1966).
Italianate style dwelling built in six weeks by Edward H. Bowdoin, a carpenter with Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Purchased in July 1891 by Aquila S. Marshall (1866-1915), attorney with ACL. House remained in family until 1940.
Photograph of the Isaac Bear School 2nd Grade Class, 1939-40, standing on the school steps.
The picture was donated by Betty Loughlin Sylivant (1932- ), who is on the far right of the third row from the bottom.
From left to right: Row 1 - Faye...
Miss Charlene Register, sponsor of the S.S. Game Cock, prepares to christen the vessel on May 26, 1944. Also included in the photo are representatives of New Hanover High School. Also pictured are Barbara Marshall (second from left); Betty Evans...