Skip to main content

You've searched: All Collections

  • All fields: deep
(30 results)



Display: 20

    • North Water Street - 0 block - early 1920s.

    • N. Water Street, Coast Guard, Cutters, Modoc, McAdoo, Custom House, Menantic
    • The Coast Guard Cutters, Modoc and McAdoo, arrive at the government dock in front of the U. S. Customs House on North Water Street. At left is the ferry boat, Menantic. The Native Americans called the river, "Sapona," which is formed by the...
    • Jim Jam

    • Fishing
    • This divided back postcard features a photograph by W. Kendall Dorsey which captures a fishing boat, Jim Jam deep sea fishing off the shores of Wrightsville Beach.
    • None

    • Fishing
    • This divided back postcard features a photograph by W. Kendall Dorsey which captures Capt. Eddy Haneman deep sea fishing in the boat ""Martha Ellen,"" off Wrightsville Beach.
    • Robert Bey

    • Catfish Fisheries; Columbus County (N.C.)
    • Robert Bey standing outside by his truck Robert Bey (1954- ) started a catfish farming enterprise near Lake Waccamaw in 1979 named Buck Trail Aquafarm. He had 6 fishponds dug, 300 x 50, 6 feet deep, stocked with 35,000 channel catfish. He was...
    • Cape Fear River.

    • Cape Fear River, Eagles Island, Point Peter, Steamer
    • A steamer is in the river in front of Eagles Island. Point Peter is in the background. The Native Americans called the river, "Sapona," which is formed by the junction of the Haw and Deep Rivers in Chatham County, NC, and flows southeasterly...
    • Sound adjacent to Intracoastal Waterway.

    • Intracoastal Waterway, Sound
    • The idea of a national intracoastal waterway system from Maine to the tip of Florida was conceived as early as the late eighteenth century. Several portions were built, with the first link - the Dismal Swamp Canal - being completed in 1805. Other...
    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River - Wilmington.

    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River, Oil Terminals
    • Oil terminals south of Dawson Street. The Native Americans called the river, "Sapona," which is formed by the junction of the Haw and Deep Rivers in Chatham County, NC, and flows southeasterly toward the Atlantic Ocean and the Cape that would...
    • Carolina Beach Town Hall (2)

    • flooding, municipal buildings, Carolina Beach
    • Carolina Beach City Parks and Recreation worker Fred Clemmons sweeps the water out of the Carolina Beach Town Hall from Thursday's high tides and storm. The water was about ankle deep inside the town hall/police dept.
    • Intracoastal waterway near Wrightsville Beach.

    • Wrightsville Beach, Intracoastal Waterway,
    • The idea of a national intracoastal waterway system from Maine to the tip of Florida was conceived as early as the late eighteenth century. Several portions were built, with the first link - the Dismal Swamp Canal - being completed in 1805. Other...
    • South Third Street - 800 block

    • S. Third Street, Dry Pond
    • The area of Wilmington south of Castle Street is known as Dry Pond. As its name implies, a number of years ago there was a pond in this section which eventually dried up. The exact location of the pond is unknown. The pond was most likely on South...
    • South Third Street near Marstellar Street.

    • S. Third Street, Marstellar Street, Dry Pond
    • This area is known as Dry Pond. The area of Wilmington south of Castle Street is known as Dry Pond. As its name implies, a number of years ago there was a pond in this section which eventually dried up. The exact location of the pond is unknown....
    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River - Wilmington.

    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River, Point Peter, Champion Compress
    • View from Point Peter looking southeast, between Campbell and Dock streets. Champion Compress (Cotton) wharves are at left. The Native Americans called the river, "Sapona," which is formed by the junction of the Haw and Deep Rivers in Chatham...
    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River - Wilmington

    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River, Northwest Cape Fear River Bride, Point Peter
    • Chestnut Street to Northeast Cape Fear River Bridge - View from atop the Northwest Cape Fear River Bridge, showing Point Peter. At the confluence of the Northeast and Northwest Cape Fear Rivers, opposite Wilmington, was as early as 1764, called...

QuickView

Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail
 

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK