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    • Perdew-Koonce House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for William Edgar Perdue (1865-1934), civic leader and partner in J. W. Murchison & Son., hardware wholesalers. Purchased in 1946 by Henry Farrior Koonce (1897-1976), salesman; and wife Alda Howard...
    • Eakins House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Ralph P. Eakins (1890-1937), salesman with Bluethenthal Company, dry goods, and Pullman Car Lines conductor; and wife, Ella Brady (1886-1955), city assistant librarian. House remained in family until 1958.
    • Ahrens Building

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    • Neoclassical Revival style commercial building commissioned by Benjamin H.J. Ahrens (1844-1912), native of Germany, grocer, for sons Eduard (1876-1961), and Adolph G. (1882-1953), who operated Ahrens Brothers Wholesale Drug Company here for...
    • Coin-Rogers House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Elizabeth Whitehurst (1877-1948) and John Milton Coin (1877-1937), manager of Angola Lumber Co. Purchased in 1919 by Harry Edmund Rogers (1885-1969), native of Dayton, Ohio, attorney and dean of Wilmington...
    • Holt-Wise House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Edwin Cameron Holt (1861-1944), native of Graham, NC, cotton manufacturer and president of Delgado Cotton Mills; and wife, Delores Delgado Stevens (1872-1983), native of Charleston, SC. Purchased in 1916...
    • James J. Allen House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for James Joseph Allen (1874-1953), native of Michigan, commission merchant and wholesale grocer; and wife, Maria Banks (1878-1967). Purchased in 1912 by John Haar (1844-1921), Register of Deeds for 18 years;...
    • Peterson & Rulfs Building

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    • Neoclassical Revival style building constructed for Peterson & Rulfs Shoe Company. Williama Canover Peterson (1861-1940), native of Duplin County, and John Frederick Rulfs, Jr. (1869-1953), retired from their shoe business in 1929. Building...
    • Michael Hooper House

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    • House built for Michael Hooper (1830-1877), lamplighter and drayman; and wife, Julia A. (1841-1906). He was founder of Wilmington's Emancipation Day Celebration in 1874. The Structure was altered to Neoclassical Revival style in c. 1902 when...
    • Warshauer House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style duplex designed and built as residence by Max Warshauer (1880-1949), native of Lithuania, merchant; and wife, Clara Goldstein (1895-1991). Property remains in family.
    • Neil M. McEachern House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Neil Morris McEachern (1867-1929), partner in John S. McEachern Sons, purveyors of grain, hay and feed; and wife, Drusilla Roland Perry (1866-1942), native of Bladen County. In 1941, sold to Ruth Tyler...
    • Carolina Heights

    • Carolina Heights, New Hanover County, churches, neighborhoods, North Carolina, First Church of Christ, Neoclassical Revival
    • Street scenes of Carolina Heights at 17th and Princess Streets, and 17th and Market Streets in Wilmington, N.C. The top image shows the streetcar tracks running down the street. Streetcars allowed residents to live at the edge of town, thus...
    • Westerman House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Fredrick W. Westerman (1868-1928), carpenter; and wife, Annie Allen (1868-1942). Residence of sons, James (1892-1979) and Allen (1907-1985), cabinet makers and carpenters. House remained in family for...
    • Sherman House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built as rental property for Henry Sherman (1884-1958), assistant chief engineer, Tide Water Power Company; and wife, Janie Rogers (1889-1965), native of South Carolina.
    • Frederick J. Lord House

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    • Built in the Italianate style as rental property for Frederick J. Lord (1803-1890), proprietor of Cape Fear Machine Works and Spanish vice-consul. Neoclassical Revival changes (brick veneer and porch) made by James Crocket Williams (1885-1943),...
    • Henry F. Otten House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Henry F. Otten (1863-1943), native of New York City, bookkeeper; and wife, Margaret Peschau (1874-1938), native of Evansville, Indiana. House converted to duplex in 1936; inherited by daughter, Margaret...
    • Gwaltney-Martin House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Robert Howell Gwaltney (1878-1939), native of Raleigh, NC, manager of Jefferson Standard Life Insurance, Co.; and wife, Octavia Boatwright (1880-1964). Purchased in 1914 by Eugene Stuart Martin...
    • Henry Clay Bear House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built for Henry Clay Bear (1878-1925), realtor and secretary-treasurer of The Independent Ice Company; and wife, Lena Solomon (1882-1975), active in civic and charitable affairs.
    • Governor Dudley Mansion

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    • Built by Edward B. Dudley (1789-1855), rice planter, president of Wilmington & Raleigh Railroad Company and governor (1836-1841), first elected by popular vote. Purchased in 1885 by J. Pembroke Jones (1858-1919), capitalist; and wife, Sarah W....
    • Betty Kenan Price House

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    • Neoclassical Revival style house built as rental property for Bettie Kenan Price (1843-1923), teacher. The front portion of the house was added to an older rear portion which Miss Price had removed from her dwelling at 125 South Fifth Avenue.

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