Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 2 Issue 30, Dec 1934
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Postmaster Warren S. Alexander presides over the smallest post office in the country. Located at Grimshaws near the Jackson-Macon county line, the small building has a working space of six by five feet and serves ten families. However, business picks up during the hunting and summer seasons. Alexander has been distributing the mail since 1914.
Bryant continues his series of articles, this time recounting a stormy period in North Carolina politics and the part Marion Butler played in it. Butler was an agrarian leader and United States Senator.
Henderson describes what celebrating Christmas was like in North Carolina during the ante-bellum days.