Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 5 Issue 1, June 1937
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Mr. and Mrs. Shuford were in charge of the National Orphans Home of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics. The institution was located in Lexington and was comprised of 318 acre campus and farmland. Enrollment was 250 in 1937 and children were taught importance of citizenship.
Henderson takes readers on a western North Carolina tour, going from Asheville to Chimney Rock, Saluda, Hendersonville, and others places of interest and scenic beauty.
Lexington, located in Davidson County, is featured in THE STATE's series on North Carolina cities. Witherspoon discusses industrial activities, school facilities, agricultural resources, and finances.
In this third of a series of articles that recount three principal events that occurred during the past year in the development of a particular North Carolina city, Moore discusses the city of Wilmington. One was an increase in the amount of tonnage handled by the city's port facilities.