The Parker Store at Menola, North Carolina


Title
The Parker Store at Menola, North Carolina
Description
Hardware and other merchandise of the Parker Store at Menola, N.C. in Hertford County, including a large coffee grinding mill made by the Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Philadelphia.
Original Format
photographs
Extent
25cm x 21cm
Local Identifier
0691-006-b1-fb-i30
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
Rights
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Comments

Laurie Timberlake Oct 26 2016

Menola was a small farming community. The Parker family had roots in Virginia, but had moved to NC in the mid 1800's. Council Parker was a farmer and raised a large family in a two story farmhouse near the current Menola community sign. Family graveyard still there across the road from where the house stood.

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