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for The State Vol. 10 Issue 49, May 1943
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Sergeant T. D. Love of Asheville tells how it feels to be a tail-turret gunner aboard a bombing plane, flying over enemy territory.
Industrially speaking, Wilmington is primarily a port - the city is located on the Cape Fear River, 30 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. But a big factor in the upbuilding of Wilmington has also been the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad as well as the lumber and naval stores business, and commercial fishing.
Dr. James Campbell, a Baptist minister and educator, was born in Harnett County in 1862. Lawrence recounts the numerous difficulties and handicaps he faced in achieving his dream--the establishment of a first-rate school. The school went through a number of name changes and is known today as Campbell College, located at Buies Creek.