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    • Cape Fear Motor Sales

    • Automobile dealers--United States
    • Taken at Cape Fear Motor Sales at the opening of the Mercury Dealership at North 2nd Street in Wilmington, NC between 1940 and 1955. The woman on the left holding the bottle is Easter Peeler (1921-2003), buried in Greenlawn Memorial Park. The...
    • North Second street, looking north.

    • Post Office, Post Office Park, American Legion, Cape Fear Hotel, Murchison Building
    • View from left: U. S. Post Office, American Legion Hut in Post Office Park and the Cape Fear Hotel are the prominent buildings. The top of the Murchison Building and the Acme Building are on the left of the Hotel. The front facade of the Cape Fear...
    • North Front Street - 200 block.

    • N. Front Street, Murchison, Chestnut Street
    • Chestnut Street - 100 block - north side The main buildings are (from left) the first floor of the Murchison Building, (built 1913/1914); the Murchison National Bank-Acme Building (1902) and the tall building to the left, the Cape Fear Hotel...
    • Cooperative Savings and Loan

    • Banks and Banking--United states;
    • Photograph of Christmas party of the Cooperative Savings and Loan on board the Fergus Ark restaurant. Left to right: (sitting) Estel Fussell, Audrey Woodall, Polly Justice, Miriam Alford, Frederick Willetts, Sr., Catherine Freimuth (Tinder), Betty...
    • NCRPC0862

    • North Carolina Shipbuilding Company
    • Gathering for the launching of the U.S.S. Southampton on the second anniversary of the establishment of the United States Navy's Women's Reserve. Pictured standing from left to right are Mary Blackwell, of Hartsville, SC; Josephine Eubanks, of...
    • Cape Fear River Pilots

    • Pilots; Blockade
    • Photograph of Cape Fear River Pilots. Front left to right: Thomas Newton, Julius Dosher; back left to right, Joseph Newton, unknown, Joseph Bensel, and Thomas Brinkman. Several of the men in this picture were successful blockade runners during...
    • Gerdes Family

    • Families
    • Photograph of the Gerdes Family. Back row, left to right: John Henry Gerdes (1890-1978), Katherine Gerdes Ellis (1887-1965), Herman John Gerdes (1893-1978), Christian William Gerdes (1895-1927); Front row, left to right: Henry(1861-1940), Mary...
    • McKoy Family

    • Ships--Launching; North Carolina Shipbuilding Company; Bacon, Henry, 1866-1924
    • Photograph of the McKoy Family at the launching of the S.S. Henry Bacon in Wilmington, NC on November 11, 1942. Henry Bacon was Katherine Bacon McKoy's father. Front row, left to right: Elizabeth F. McKoy, James Hassel McKoy, Jr., Betty Bacon...
    • Post Office Park - Corner, North Second and Chestnut streets.

    • Post Office Park, N. Second Street, Chestnut Street, Murchison Building, Cape Fear Hotel, Cape Fear Club, Post Office
    • At left is the old stone post office, with the Murchison Building towering in the background. The tops of the Murchison Bank/Acme Buildings, the Morning Star Building and the Friendly Cafeteria are from left to right on Chestnut Street. The Cape...
    • Post Office Park

    • Post Office Park, Post Office, Murchison Building, Cape Fear Hotel
    • At left, buildings line Post Office Alley. The stone post office, with the Murchison Building is at center. The side of the Murchison/Acme Building and a portion of the Cape Fear Hotel is at left.
    • Cub Scouts at Atlantic Coast Line Railroad

    • Cub Scouts; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company
    • Cub scout field trip to the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. These ten year olds are from the fifth grade class of Forest Hills School. Back row, left to right: Billy Huggins, Pearl Carney Zeaman, unknown, Donnie Koonce, Joel Vann, Ray, Mark Alper,...
    • 4th and Market Streets, 1911

    • monuments, brownstones, churches, synogogues, Claude Howell, libraries
    • Intersection of Fourth and Market Streets looking East down Market St. In the center of Street is the Cornelius Harnett obelisk, the Temple of Israel (at right) is the oldest Jewish house of worship in N.C. At the end of the block (5th & Market)...
    • Human Relations Commission Staff

    • Photograph of the Human Relations Commission Staff. Front row, left to right: Mary Owens, July Fussell, Pat Melvin, Cathy Morgan. Standing, left to right: Dave Jackson, Bill Jessup, John Davis. Formerly known as the Bi-Racial Committee, the Human...


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