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    • Hilton Park.

    • Hilton Park, Christmas Tree
    • On the north side of Wilmington, the World's Largest Living Christmas Tree, photographed in the snow. For many years, Wilmington's community Christmas tree was erected at the entrance to City Hall on Third Street. In the fall of 1928, James E. L....
    • Parsley Estate - Live Oaks - Masonboro Sound

    • Parsley Estate, Live Oaks, Masonboro Sound
    • The house was built in 1912-13 by Walter Linton Parsley (1856-1941), a Wilmington lumberman, and was designed by Henry Bacon (1866-1924), a resident of Wilmington during his childhood and the architect of the Lincoln Memorial. The unique octagonal...
    • Parsley Estate - "Live Oaks" - Masonboro Sound.

    • Parsley Estate, Masonboro Sound, Live Oaks
    • The house was built in 1912-13 by Walter Linton Parsley (1856-1941), a Wilmington lumberman, and was designed by Henry Bacon (1866-1924), a resident of Wilmington during his childhood and the architect of the Lincoln Memorial. The unique octagonal...
    • Bowden House

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    • Family Residence of Lemuel Hanry Bowden (1825-1891), native of New Hanover County, lumber inspector and city alderman. Title was transferred (1888) to his daughter Julia Bowden (1859-1944), who married B. Frank Boykin, stockbroker. She continued to...
    • Millie-Christine McKoy

    • McKoy, Millie-Christine, 1851-1912; African American--History; Conjoined twins; Whiteville, (N.C.)
    • Photograph of Millie-Christine McKoy. Millie-Christine McKoy (1851-1912) was born in the Welches Creek area close to Whiteville, NC. (The twins referred to themselves as "I".) She was born a slave and sold when only one-year-old to a series of...
    • James Walker Memorial Hospital - Front view.

    • James Walker Memorial Hospital, Hospitals
    • A contractor, James Walker was a native of Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland, who came to Wilmington in 1857, after helping to construct one of the wings of the U. S. Capitol Building and the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC. He built the...
    • Shore Acres House

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    • Mediterranean style house built as model home for Shore Acres Company, Roger Moore and Oliver T. Wallace, developers, Luther T. Rogers, contractor. From 1932 to 1969 owned by Roger Moore (1879-1968); and wife, Alice Borden (1881-1954). He was...
    • William Hugh Waddell

    • Waddell, Hugh, 1799-1878
    • This image is a portrait of Hugh Waddell. William Hugh Waddell was born on March 21, 1799 in Bladen county, North Carolina. He was the son of John W. and Sarah Nash Waddell and the grandson of General Hugh Waddell, a colonial military officer....
    • 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...
    • Harbor Island Auditorium.

    • Harbor Island, Auditorium, Hammocks
    • Designed by Henry E. Bonitz (1872-1921), a prominent turn-of-the-century Wilmington architect, the auditorium is bedecked in patriotic bunting to welcome the North Carolina Florist Association. Originally called, "The Hammocks," Harbor Island was...
    • Harbor Island.

    • Harbor Island, Harbor Island Auditorium
    • Originally called, "The Hammocks," Harbor Island was an uninhabited low lying island of sand dunes, surrounded by marsh and Wrightsville Sound on the north and southwest, and Banks Channel on the east. There was a dense growth of knotted live oaks....

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