Illustrated City of Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina

Illustrated City of Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina
Published in 1914 as one of an "Illustrated Cities" series, this promotional pamphlet touts Greenville as a "city of possibilities." It describes and illustrates local businesses and government agencies, including the fledgling East Carolina Teachers Training School. Tobacco-related enterprises are prominently featured. Illustrated City of Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina (Richmond, VA: Central Publishing Co., Inc., 1914).
Original Format
31cm x 23cm
Local Identifier
F264.G8 I44 1914
Location of Original
Joyner NC Rare
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Dale Sauter Jun 23 2011

Great, thanks for your interest, Thomas. Dale

Thomas Forrest May 20 2011

This is a fantastic look at Greenville in the early 1900's - I personally own a copy of thhis book and was delighted to locate this link to share with other Greenville history buffs.

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