St. James Church - Kittrell, N.C.

St. James Church - Kittrell, N.C.
Postcard of St. James Episcopal Church in Kittrell, N.C., a Carpenter Gothic-style church. Front of the card features a photo of the church, as well as a message on the bottom written in ink and signed M.P.B. Addressed on verso to Miss Carrie Helen Woose, Littleton, North Carolina. Date approximated from postmark on verso.
October 1906
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8cm x 13cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Lynette Lundin Aug 26 2014

St. James Episcopal Church was built in a Gothic-Style, the church is located in Kittrell, NC. A Confederate Hospital was located in Kittrell during the Civil War and the church saw to the patients needs and provided Christian burials for the 52 soldiers who died there.

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