Appraisal reports for 109 and 111 S. Greene St., Greenville, N.C.


Title
Appraisal reports for 109 and 111 S. Greene St., Greenville, N.C.
Description
Appraisal reports related to parcel 11-6 located at 109 and 111 S. Greene St., Greenville, N.C. and owned by Dr. William Capehart Heirs. Parcel Appraisal Report (1964) by W. Calvin Reynolds, SRA. Parcel Appraisal Report (1962) by D.G. Nichols, Realtor. A West Appraisal (1963) by George M. West, Real Estate Appraiser. Included in the reports are photographs of the two houses on the parcel. The parcel was purchased and the houses demolished as part of the Shore Drive Redevelopment Project meant to "revitalize" Greenville's downtown area, but which broke up a vibrant African American community and displaced over 250 African American families in the name of economic development.
Date
1962-1964
Original Format
financial records photographs
Extent
21.6cm x 35.5cm
Local Identifier
0674-b9-fp
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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