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    • Katherine Howe King

    • African American Nurses; St. Agnes Hospital (Raleigh, N.C.)
    • Katherine Howe King, nurse, with her charge. Katherine Howe King (1882-1948) was the daughter of John Harris Howe (who built many homes in Wilmington, NC) and Abbey Jane Waddell Howe. She went to St Agnes College in Raleigh, NC, one of the most...
    • Susan Wright Sampson Dudley

    • African American women; African American educators; African American--History; Women composers
    • Studio portrait of Susan Dudley. Susan Wright Sampson Dudley (1865-1933) was a teacher at the Peabody Free School in Wilmington, NC. She was the daughter of James D. Sampson and Minerva Kellogg Sampson. She married James Benson Dudley in 1882. ...
    • Walton family at the airport

    • Airports
    • The Walton family at the Wilmington Airport. Left to right: Vistula Burton Walton (1901-1997; Mrs. Noah Francis Walton); her daughter, Carolyn Ann Walton (1937- ), age 11; son, James Burton Walton (1922-2004); and James' wife, June Stewart Smith...
    • Theodosia Burr Aliston

    • Alston, Theodosia Burr, 1783-1813; Alston, Joseph, 1778-1816; Burr, Aaron, 1756-1836
    • Portrait of Theodosia Burr Aliston. Theodosia Burr Aliston (1783-1812?) was the daughter of Aaron Burr and Theodosia Prevost. She married Joseph Alston of Charleston, SC, who would later become governor. Their only son, Aaron Burr Alston, died in...
    • Elizabeth Anderson

    • Avon cosmetics; Women-owned business enterprises
    • Newspaper photograph from obituary of Elizabeth Anderson. Elizabeth "Betty" Lee Anderson (1931-2013) was born in Marshfield, MO, the daughter of Dyer David Evans and Elsie Laura Augusta Richey. She married James Laythe Anderson in 1950. Her career...
    • 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...
    • Poulos Family

    • Beauty Contests; Festivals
    • The Poulos family after daughter Michelle was crowned the 2006 North Carolina Azalea Festival princess. Left to right: Weston, Cathy, Michelle, George, and Nathan Poulos. Weston Theodore Poulos (1986- ), Catherine Michelle Poulos (1988- ) and...
    • Mary McLeod Bethune

    • Bethune, Mary McLeod, 1875-1955; National Council of Negro Women; African American women
    • Copy print of Mary McLeod Bethune. Mary McLeod Bethune (1875-1955) was born in South Carolina, the daughter of slaves. From these beginnings she went on to found Bethune Cookman College in Daytona Beach, FL, and the National Council of Negro...
    • Black History Month

    • Brunswick County, North Carolina, African Americans, heritage, cultures,
    • Rev. Seth Moulton (sitting) and Rev. Nathaniel Legay(standing) speak with children of various ages from Evergreen A.M.E. Zion Church in Delco. The girl with hands folded in front is Moulton's daughter, Yude age 10. The reverends and some of the...
    • Martha Hand

    • Burgaw (N.C.); Centenarians; Pender (N.C.)
    • Martha Hand, seated, with her oldest daughter, Effie Pugh. Martha Cox Hand (ca.1890-2002) lived in three centuries, and her life spanned four generations. She lived in the town of Burgaw, Pender County, NC, and outlived 11 of her 12 children. ...
    • Barbara Grace Hunter

    • Cape Fear Garden Club (Wilmington, N.C.)--History
    • Photograph of Barbara Hunter at the Temple Garden in Landfall. Barbara Grace Hunter (2005- ) has lived in Wilmington most of her life. She is the daughter of Cheryl D. Hunter, who was the Historian for the Cape Fear Garden Club in 2013. She...
    • Kay Godwin, Debbie Scheu, and Alma Fennel

    • Cape Fear Garden Club (Wilmington, N.C.)--History; Garden tours; Women dressmakers
    • Kay Godwin, Debbie Scheu, and Alma Fennel standing in front of the Azalea Festival ticket office. Augusta Counts was the first Azalea Belle dressmaker in 1969, designing antebellum style dresses to be worn by Azalea Belles in the Cape Fear Garden...

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