Towel City Towel Co.


Title
Towel City Towel Co.
Description
Postcard of the Towel City Towel Co., affiliated with Cannon. Cars parked in front. Numbered 42399. Advertisement note on verso. Date approximated.
Date
1960-1970
Original Format
postcards
Extent
14cm x 9cm
Local Identifier
0318-s6-b2-fc-i316
Publisher(s) of Original
Bob Baxter, Fayetteville, N.C.
Dexter Press, West Nyack, N.Y.
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
Rights
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Comments

William Graeber Apr 04 2020

My grandfather's, Lewis Graeber's, niece, Mary, was Everette McKinley's wife. Mary was Charles Harris Graeber's daughter. Charles Graeber and Charlie Cannon were very good friends....I believe childhood and later business friends. Charles Graeber talked Charlie Cannon into allowing Mary and Everette McKinley to take his factory "seconds" and sell them by the pound in one of the first factory outlet stores. The first outlet store was on the east side of Cannon Blvd. between Kannapolis and Landis, NC. Mary and Everette lived near there in a large house....also on the west side of the Blvd.

Timothy Mckinley Jun 05 2010

This was my uncles towel store. Evertte Mckinley, tmckinley@mcleodhealth.org  

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