Frank Wilson, king clothier store, Greenville, N.C.

Frank Wilson, king clothier store, Greenville, N.C.
Black and white photo postcard of the Frank Wilson, king clothier store in Greenville, North Carolina, with four men posing in the doorway. Date approximated. In 1899, Frank Wilson (1866–1945) opened a men's clothing business at 4th and Evans Streets, where he became known as the "King Clothier."
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13cm x 8cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Sherry Moore, Winterville NC Mar 15 2009

In 1916 Frank Wilson purchased the store building located at 401 Evans Street. It specialized in men's clothing and he was known at "The King Clothier". This business remained in continuous operation until his death on Aug. 3, 1945. *Info found in Pitt County Chronicles Vol. 1

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