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    • 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...
    • Naval Training Station, "Hammocks," 1917

    • Navy, training station, Hammocks, Harbor Island
    • Naval Training Station at Hammocks (or Harbor Island), 1917 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...
    • Naval Training Station, "Hammocks," 1917

    • Navy, Training Stations, Hammocks, Harbor Island
    • 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...
    • 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....
    • Naval Training Station, "Hammocks," 1917

    • Navy, training station, Hammocks, Harbor Island
    • 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...
    • Naval Training Station, "Hammocks," 1917

    • Navy, Training Stations, Hammocks, Harbor Island
    • 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...
    • Wrightsville Beach - Banks Channel.

    • Wrightsville Beach, Banks Channel, Oceanic, Hotels, Frying Pan Boat Club
    • Boats tied up at the Frying Pan Boat Club dock on Banks Channel, north of the bridge. The Oceanic Hotel is in the background. The hotel's pavilion is at right, where boats were kept to carry guests out into the ocean via Moore's Inlet, which was...

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