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    • Everett-Bissinger House

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    • Greek Revival style house built for Ann Thomson Everett (1819-1895), wife of Amariah B. Everett (1811-1857), planter, natives of Onslow County. Renovated to Italianate style durig ownership of son, John Alfred Everett (1839-1915), Confederate...
    • Major James Reilly House

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    • Greek Revival style house built as investment property for William A. Wright (1807-1878), lawyer. Additions made in 1850 when purchased by Alexander McLennan (1820-1856), store clerk and native of Montgomery County. From 1874 to 1883 residence of...
    • Worth-Madden House

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    • Built for David Gaston Worth (1831-1897), owner of Worth & Worth, commission merchants. House was rented until acquired in 1871 by James Madden (1830-1908), steamboat agent for Cape Fear Steamboat Company; and wife, Margaret (1839-1907), both...
    • May-Willson House

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    • Italianate style cottage built by Captain Alexander May (1810-1879), a Frenchman, sea captain and wholesale grocer. Sold in 1878 to William Willson (1800-1879), superintendent of Chadbourns Lumber Mill; and wife, Sarah E. (1818-1889) who renovated...
    • City Market - 100 block, South Front Street

    • S. Front Street, City Market
    • The City Market at 120-124 South Front Street, was built in 1879-1880 by the Wilmington Market Company and was sold to the City of Wilmington in 1882. The building was a two-story structure, with two towers on Front Street. In 1919, the market...
    • McRae House

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    • Also known as the Chair House this building was constructed for John McRae in c. 1850. In 1905, T.D. Love family renovated house as their residence.
    • McRae-Willard House

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    • Italianate Cubical Cottage, in the Tuscan Style, built for Duncan K. MacRae (1820-1888), native of Fayetteville, lawyer, politician, foreign diplomat, orator and Confederate Colonel. Purchased in 1866 by Albert A. Willard (1828-1902), native of MA,...
    • Legion Stadium

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    • Sports arena built as a jobs-creation project by the federal Works Progress Administration on land donated to New Hanover County by American Legion Post 10. They also gave $27,000 toward the $237,000 construction cost. It has been renovated...
    • French-Shrier Building

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    • Built for William A. French (1835-1907) as investment property and leased to various merchants including tailors, clothiers and stationers. Purchased in 1914 by Isaac Shrier (1841-1920), clothier, native of Bavaria, who renovated the building in...

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