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Postcards
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Hanover Seaside Club, Wrightsville Beach
postmarked 1911
Contributed by Jerald Scott Humphrey


Wilmington NC Post Office
postmarked 1909
Contributed by Jerald Scott Humphrey


Post Office
Wilmington NC

Post Office
Post Office, 1906
Wilmington NC

Post Office
Post Office, 1905
Wilmington NC

Cape Fear River
Cape Fear River,
Wilmington NC


Steamer Wilmington
Contributed by Becki Watters


City of Wilmington Ship
Contributed by Becki Watters


Waterfront Wilmington NC
circa 1910
Contributed by Natasha Miles


First Presbyterian Church
Wilmington NC


St James Episcopal Church
Wilmington NC


Wilmington NC Churches

Revenue Cutter at Custom House
Wilmington NC

Sunrise over Cape Fear River
Cape Fear River Sunrise, Wilmington NC
Sunrise
Sunrise over Cape Fear River, Wilmington NC

Market Street showing residence of Dr John D Bellamy
Wilmington NC


James Sprunt Residence
Wilmington NC
Contributed by Natasha Miles

Residence of NC's First Governor Elected by the People
Wilmington NC


Front Street Looking North
Wilmington NC


Front Street at Night
Wilmington NC


Front Street Looking North Wilmington NC
Front Street Looking North
Front Street Looking North,
Wilmington NC
Front Street
Front Street Looking North,
Wilmington NC


Market Street Looking West Wilmington NC
Third Street
Third Street, 1906
Wilmington, NC


Third Street Looking North
postmarked 1905
Wilmington, NC


Market Street Looking East
Wilmington NC


The Orton, Peoples & Atlantic Banks, Wilmington NC

Entrance to Oakdale Cemetery
Wilmington NC


Main Entrance, Oakdale Cemetery Wilmington NC
Carolina Apartment House
Carolina Apartment House, Wilmington NC
YMCA
YMCA Building, postmarked 1906
Wilmington, NC

Atlantic Coat Line Depot
Atlantic Coast Line Depot, Wilmington NC

James Walker Hospital
Wilmington NC

St John's Tavern
St John's Tavern,
Wilmington NC

Court House and City Hall
Court House and City Hall, Wilmington NC
City Hall
City Hall 1909,
Wilmington NC

City Hall
City Hall,
Wilmington NC

City Hall
City Hall,
Wilmington NC

Court House
Court House,
Wilmington NC


The Cowan Home
Wilmington NC


The Bijou, Wilmington NC
Contributed by Natasha Miles


Wrightsville Beach Looking North circa 1912
Contributed by Natasha Miles

Oceanic Hotel, Wrightsville Beach
Contributed by Natasha Miles


Oceanic Hotel, Wrightsville Beach
Contributed by Natasha Miles

Hotel Tarrymore
Hotel Tarrymore, Wrightsville Beach, NC

Looking South From Station No. 1, Wrightsville Beach, NC

St Teresa's Church, Wrightsville Beach, NC

Carolina Beach Drug Store and Bus Station, Carolina Beach, NC

Center of Carolina Beach NC
Carolina Beach
Boardwark & Casino
Carolina Beach, NC


Photos
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Delgado Mill
Contributed by Becki Watters


Believed to be JF Stanland, but not known for sure.
Photo submitted by Betsy Casey


Found among photos of Virginia Louise Canady, born in Wilmington in 1911. Written on the back of the photo was only the word "cousins." Virginia Louise Canady's family surnames were Canady, Guthrie, and Landers.
Photo submitted by Rose Fox
3rd Infantry Company K Reunion Photo, early 1900s

Civil War Reunion Photo (3rd Infantry, Company K) from the early 1900s. John B Blake is the 7th from the right in the back row. The others are unknown.
Photo submitted by Edith Cox


Sunday School group in front of Delgado Baptist Church, circa 1915. Mellon Watts of Tabor City is squatting 5th from the left in front row with a black hat.
Michael Whaley identified the church. He is working on a program about the Delgado Cotton Mill which operated in Wilmington from 1899 to 1967. The mill became Spofford Mill in 1931. The church was built in the mill village in 1914, was renamed Gibson Avenue Baptist Church in 1926, and is still in existence, although the old building has been torn down.
Photo submitted by Jason Bordeaux


Confederate Veterans at the YWCA building. 22 men are pictured and identified on an accompanying sheet. 3 men pictured weren't veterans. Among those identified are: Rev Andrew J Howell, Dr William Baldwin, Edgar Williams, Henry Kuhl, Richard M V Reaves, Dr William D MacMillan, and Benjamin F Hall.