DAILY REFLECTOR HOME
DIGITAL COLLECTIONS HOME
This barn and silo was part of the Best family dairy farm which was located off of Hooker Road.
I, too recall seeing Amityville Horror the night before the theater burned . . . just like the house in the movie. Yes, that was 1979, and the Quad opened at Carolina East Center Dec. 1980.
This is a picture of Mattie Cotton Smith. It was taking in her back yard at 307 South Eastern St.
Car is a 1948 Studebaker.
The couple to the left is Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Pascal.
The woman center, dancing, looks to be Dot Pascal.
Evelyn Shirley Lenzy
The Africian American Midwife on the right is my great grandmother Malissa Soloman Turnage.
Nice click. Perfect view of the store.
Coleen W. Allen
This picture is showing The State Bank Building at Five Points in the background and behind is Hooker & Buchannan Insurance Co.
One standing in back and closest to house looks like Betty Speir. She was my high school counselor in 1975. She was interested in politics back then. She still is fortunately.
This project was partially supported with federal LSTA funds made possible through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.
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