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    • Boy Scouts Camp

    • Scouting, crafts, badges, camping, outdoors, organizations,
    • Tents pitched, American and troop flags displayed, scouts are working in different groups. In the foreground are the beginnings of tee pees, a totem pole and a sign with "grizzo" written on it.
    • Elevated Boardwalk

    • beaches, Wrightsville Beach, swimming, boardwalks
    • An elevated boardwalk that swimmers used on the way to the sound that kept people from crossing electric beach car lines. Lumina Ballroom is also seen with its 2 flags flying from the roof.
    • Blockade Runner Hotel Lobby

    • Wrightsville Beach, New Hanover County, North Carolina, hotels, lobbies, Civil war, war ships, Atlanitc Ocean, Banks Channel, furniture
    • Shows the lobby of the Blockade Runner Hotel. There is a simple map carved out of wood attached to one wall. It shows the coastline, islands and rivers of the Cape Fear Region. A Confederate blockade runner ship, seagulls and 2 Confederate flags...
    • Belk Beery Department Store (2)

    • Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, department stores, malls, Independence Mall, Westfield Mall, clothing stores, Oleander Dr, merchants
    • Exterior shot of Belk Beery from Independence Blvd. Shows the 3 arches with mosaic tiled pictures of Baldhead Island lighthouse, sailboats and an ocean scene. A few cars and trucks dot the parking lot, both the state and American flags fly towards...
    • Boat Parade

    • North Carolina, waterways, boating, activities, Mecklenburg County
    • The boat Misty Louise out of Charlotte NC decorated with red & white smoke plumes and flags wins the parade, as people celebrate on board.
    • Carolina Beach Pavilion

    • trains, railroads, beaches, tourists, visitors
    • A marsh view of the Carolina Beach Pavilion, showing railroad track and visitors on the porch. Three American flags fly from the rooftop. The building built by Captain John W. Harper in 1887 burned down on December 8, 1910.

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