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The Flanagan Buggy Company formerly occupied the corner of Fourth and Cotanche Streets in Greenville, North Carolina, a space that now houses a parking garage. The Flanagan business dates back to 1866 and has an interesting history from its establishment to the time of its closure in 1969.
In January 1937, efforts began to establish Greene Springs Park along Green Mill Run in Greenville, North Carolina. With the coming of World War II, park work ceased until the 1950s, and by 1958 the park was complete and open to the community.
The old Evans home, built 1910-11, for James Lewis Evans (1889-1970), was once located on Charles Blvd. beside the old Pitt Plaza (later Colonial Mall).
The following drawings by Roger Kammerer were taken from a placemat from the old Courtside Cafe showing the former Pitt County Court Houses and short history of each.