Souvenir calender 1903. New Berne, N.C.


Title
Souvenir calender 1903. New Berne, N.C.
Description
Calendar printed in 1903 with photographs depicting scenes from New Bern, N.C. Photographs include (titles from captions): Tryon's Palace - 1770; Episcopal Church and forest tree; New Berne Academy; Historical tree; James A. Bryan house, formerly residence of John Stanly; Tomb of Gaston in Cedar Grove Cemetery; Oldest house in Craven County; Masonic building; Fred Jones' house; Cedar Grove Cemetery; Main avenue in cemetery and monument; Lawsons' Creek; Relics from Tryon's Palace; Communion service of the Episcopal Church; Presbyterian Church; Methodist Episcopal Church; Middle Street Baptist Church; East Front Street, New Berne, N.C.; Government building; Court House; Graded School; View of Neuse River; Negro baptizing; Steamer Neuse; Fish market; View of Neuse River; and View of Neuse River and bridge.
Date
1903
Original Format
books
Extent
25cm x 32cm
Local Identifier
0087-b1-fc
Publisher(s) of Original
J.L.Hill & Printing Co.
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Susan Holland Feb 26 2020

April 1903, Historic Tree: House featured in the background is the Samuel W. Smallwood house on E Front Street.

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