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    • Wilmington Waterfront in 1875 and 1912.

    • waterfront, Wilmington Compress, Champion Compress, Cotton, Wharves, Sprunt
    • 1875, Wilmington Compress and Warehouse Co., 1912, Champion Compress and Warehouse Co. (Taken from "Wilmington: The Metropolis and Port of North Carolina, Its Advantages and Interests, 1912, by the Chamber of Commerce.)
    • Roof view from Trust Building # 3

    • New Hanover County, Businesses, churches, Temple of Israel, Cornwallis House, Revolutionary War, Spires, Market St., St. James Church, Episcopalian, banks
    • A combined view of downtown Wilmington taken from the roof of the Trust Building, looking East, 1912-1915.
    • Waterfront - Cape Fear River - Wilmington.

    • Waterfront, Cape Fear River, Coast Guard, Cutter, Modoc, Custom House, Freighter, Eastern Temple, Water Street
    • A freighter, the Eastern Temple, and the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter, Modoc, are tied up at the U.S. Government Dock in front of the U.S. Customs House. Taken from the corner of North Water and Market streets, the ferry ramp is at left
    • Navy SEAL at Camp Davis

    • training, Camp LeJeune, NC
    • A member of the Navy elite Seals, a commando unit, storms into a "Soviet" camp to free a group of "hostages" in a Marine Corps war game Thursday, 8/9, on the site of Camp Davis near Holly Ridge. The Seal would not identify himself. The Marines...
    • Wrightsville Beach.

    • Wrightsville Beach, Beaches, Seashore Hotel, Hotels, Banks Channel
    • A panoramic view of the beach taken from Harbor Island across Banks Channel. The Seashore Hotel is the large building at left. Wrightsville Beach was named for Joshua Grainger Wright (1758-1811) who owned a vast amount of acreage along the sounds...
    • Wrightsville Beach.

    • Wrightsville Beach, Beaches, Seashore Hotel, Hotels, Banks Channel
    • A panoramic view of the beach taken from Harbor Island across Banks Channel. The Seashore Hotel is the large building at left. Wrightsville Beach was named for Joshua Grainger Wright (1758-1811) who owned a vast amount of acreage along the sounds...
    • Riverfront of Wilmington

    • Government Buildings, boats, U.S. Custom House, Trust Building
    • A view of the Wilmington riverfront taken from the Brunswick side of the Cape Fear River. The U.S. Custom House and the Trust Building can be seen as well as other businesses and several boats of varying sizes.
    • Wilmington Waterfront

    • U.S. Custom House, waterfront
    • A view of the Wilmington waterfront taken from the Brunswick side of the river. The U.S. Custom House is to the right and the tall white building just to the left is the Trust Building.
    • U.S. Custom House

    • North Carolina, New Hanover County, riverfront, businesses, boats, buildings
    • A view taken from the Brunswick side of the Cape Fear River, showing the Wilmington waterfront. Buildings shown include the old U.S. Custom House (1843), the Masonic Building and the Tower of the Stone Post Office. Several types of rivercraft are...
    • Carolina Beach.

    • Carolina Beach, Aerial, Water Tower
    • Aerial photo, taken from the water tower looking east. Carolina Beach is located on the Federal Point peninsula, bounded on the west by the Cape Fear River, and on the east and south by the Atlantic Ocean. An attempt was made to settle the area in...
    • Greenfield Lake Park - 1934.

    • Greenfield Lake, Easter Egg Hunt, Easter
    • An Easter Egg hunt held at Greenfield. An item in the Wilmington News, 5 April 1934, reported that the public egg hunt was sponsored by the Wilmington Lions Club. Photographs of the "throng of 2,000 children" were taken by Louis T. Moore...
    • Greenfield Lake Park - 1934.

    • Greenfield Lake, Easter Egg Hunt, East
    • An Easter Egg hunt held at Greenfield. An item in the Wilmington News, 5 April 1934, reported that the public egg hunt was sponsored by the Wilmington Lions Club. Photographs of the "throng of 2,000 children" were taken by Louis T. Moore...
    • Easter egg hunt at Greenfield Lake Park.

    • Greenfield Lake, Easter Egg Hunt, Easter
    • An Easter Egg hunt held at Greenfield. An item in the Wilmington News, 5 April 1934, reported that the public egg hunt was sponsored by the Wilmington Lions Club. Photographs of the "throng of 2,000 children" were taken by Louis T. Moore...
    • Greenfield Lake Park - 1934.

    • Greenfield Lake, Easter Egg Hunt
    • An Easter Egg hunt held at Greenfield. An item in the Wilmington News, 5 April 1934, reported that the public egg hunt was sponsored by the Wilmington Lions Club. Photographs of the "throng of 2,000 children" were taken by Louis T. Moore...
    • Cape Fear River View

    • North Carolina, Ships, New Hanover County, Ocean Liners, Businesses,Trains, Docks
    • An image taken from the Brunswick side of the river (on Eagles Island) looking toward Wilmington. Shows 3-4 tramp steamers taking on cotton from Sprunt's warehouse for export to Europe; and a Clyde Line steamer, (freight and passenger). The...
    • Tide Water Power Company

    • power companies, Tide Water
    • An unidentified man stands in front of the Tide Water Power Company building on 217-221 Princess Street, Wilmington, N.C. in 1922. The TWPC was a gas and electric service and Street railways company. A. E. Fitkin of New York, NY was president from...

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