E. C. Winslow Livery Stables #3 barn

E. C. Winslow Livery Stables #3 barn
Three shots within barn #3 showing stall 2 and onward towards the exit including wagon wheel, used by E. C. Winslow Livery Stables in Tarboro, N.C. The barn, no longer standing, was on Granville Street, a block away from the Winslow Livery Stable and office, on the east side of Main Street. Jim Winslow says that there used to be a very sturdy platform and step stored at the rear of the building that was used to unload elephants from a train car when the circus they belonged to went broke while in Tarboro many years ago. E. C. Winslow apparently housed and cared for the elephants while arrangements for them were being worked out. Date approximated.
Original Format
12cm x 8cm
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Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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