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    • Carolina Beach Boardwalk (1)

    • utility poles, boardwalks, beaches, Carolina Beach
    • Bob Lambertz, left, and Robert Fox pull on a line as Harold Hilton operates a tractor to pull up an old utility pole at the Carolina Beach Boardwalk at Harper Ave. The men work for the town of Carolina Beach and were removing the pole because it is...
    • Lumina 4

    • renovations, ballrooms, Lumina Pavillion, Tide Water Power Company, Henry E. Bonitz
    • West side of Lumina, showing renovations to porches and steps; American flag flying from roof, power pole in front of building
    • 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.
    • May Day Celebration.

    • May Day, Bellamy Park, S. Seventeenth Street, Dawson Street, Wooster Street
    • Public school girls prepare to dance around a May Pole in Bellamy Park, located on Dawson Street between Oleander Drive and Wrightsville Ave. (1851 Dawson Street).
    • A Good Day's Catch, N.C.--1

    • Fish
    • This divided back postcard contains two illustrations--one featuring a boy standing next to large dangling fish, and the other features fishermen carrying a pole which is carrying several loads of fish.
    • U.S. Army Reserve Training Center, Wilmington, NC (1)

    • Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina, military, reservists, Navy, Greenfield Lake, servicemen
    • The front of the U.S. Army Reserve training center on West Lake Shore DR. Two unidentified men, one soldier and one civilian, standing by the flag pole with the flag at full mast. Now known as the Adrian B. Rhodes Armed Forces Reserve Center, 2144...
    • Harbor Island - Shore Acres - 1929.

    • Harbor Island, Shore Acres
    • In 1927, Oliver T. Wallace and Richard L. Player bought property on Harbor Island and within a year were advertising the development of Shore Acres. The house of Spanish architecture (seen behind the trees and a pole), located on Live Oak Drive,...
    • Harbor Island - Shore Acres -1929.

    • Harbor Island, Shore Acres
    • In 1927, Oliver T. Wallace and Richard L. Player bought property on Harbor Island and within a year were advertising the development of Shore Acres. The house of Spanish architecture (seen behind the trees and a pole), located on Live Oak Drive,...

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