126 South Third St. Wilmington, NC 28401

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Accession Number(s):
50.28,1
Description: Photograph of the New Hanover County Courthouse showing its front facade and north side.
Glossy 7" x 5" print

Subject(s):
New Hanover County Courthouse
Architecture


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50.28,2.a
Description: Close-up view of the Front Street entrance to the the Murchison National Bank Building-Acme Building built in 1902 at the northeast corner of Front and Chestnut Streets.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Murchison National Bank-Acme Building
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
50.28,2.b
Description: Photograph of the south side of the the Murchison National Bank Building-Acme Building built in 1902 at the northeast corner of Front and Chestnut Streets.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Murchison National Bank-Acme Building
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
50.28,3
Description: Photograph of the John A. Taylor House, 409-11 Market Street, headquarters of the Wilmington Light Infantry, 1892-1951, and the former Wilmington Public Library.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Taylor, John A. House
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
50.28,4
Description: Photograph of the building built for I.M. Bear & Co. in 1906 and occupied by Efird's Department Store at the time the picture was made. The building is viewed from the northwest and shows its facades at the corner of Front and Grace Streets.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Efird's Department Store
Bear, I.M. & Co.
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
50.28,7
Description: Photograph of the Bridgers House at Third and Dock Streets. The stone structure was built by Elizabeth Haywood Bridgers as her residence in 1905.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Bridgers, Elizabeth Haywood House
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
50.28,8
Description: Photograph of the court house at Whiteville, NC. This is a view of the front facade with its portico of six columns.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Courthouse, Whiteville, NC


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Accession Number(s):
50.46,1
Description: Copy of an older photograph of the house at 6 Church Street. The facade pictured may be the original front or street facade described by Tony Wrenn in Wilmington: An Historical and Architectural Portrait.
2 glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Church Street
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
50.66
Description: Color photograph of the house at 11 North 6th Street. It is labeled as the Bullock property, 1973. The roof and ground are lightly covered with snow.
Color 3.5" x 5" print

Subject(s):
Bullock House
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
50.83
Description: Photograph of the house at 324 South 5th Street. Build by D. Steljes by 1882, the canopy-roofed porches on two sides of the corner house are shown.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Steljes House


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57.20,19
Description: Sunday school building of Lutheran Church, Wilmington. Date is inscribed on back. The print has faded at upper left.
Mounted 4" x 2.75" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Churches


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Accession Number(s):
57.20,38
Description: Small building with mansard roof, possibly the office of the National Cemetery before remodeling. A man stands on the corner porch.
Mounted 3.75" x 4.75" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
National Cemetery


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Accession Number(s):
57.20,39
Description: A gambrel roofed house with a double columned veranda and balustraded roofs. It is set among tall trees.
Mounted 3.25" x 5.5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
57.20,42
Description: A long skiff-like boat on the sound or a creek. In the background 3 houses of different style are visible. In the boat are 4 men and 3 women. Inscription on back suggests that it may be Southport.
Mounted 3.25" x 3.25" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Ships and Shipping
Southport, NC


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Accession Number(s):
58.36,15
Description: Glossy print copy of a photograph of Cornelius Harnett's residence at Hilton, Wilmington. The house sits in a yard behind a fence. Trees and several figures are in the foreground.
Unmounted 4.75" x 6.5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Harnett, Cornelius House


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58.41,5.a
58.41,5.b
58.41,5.c
Description: Three photographs of the house at Sloop Point Plantation. (a) is a frontal view; (b) is a view of the gable end and chimney; (c) shows a fireplace and mantel.
Glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
Sloop Point (Plantation)


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Accession Number(s):
59.53,6
Description: View of Foy House (Poplar Grove) showing house through the trees and three men sitting on the stile at the fence in front. Inscription on back reads: "Foy House at Scott's Hill, New Hanover County, NC; Dad."
Mounted 4" x 5.5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Foy House, Scott's Hill


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Accession Number(s):
61.132,1
Description: Photograph of brick kitchen and wooden room of Capt. Walter MacRae's house at the SW corner of 5th and Orange Streets. History on reverse.
Glossy 4" x 5" print and negative

Subject(s):
Architecture
MacRae, Capt. Walter Gwyn House


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Accession Number(s):
61.132,3
Description: Smith-Anderson house at SE corner of Front and Orange Streets: print depicts the west side of the house and two automobiles. Notes on reverse.
Glossy 4.5" x 3.75" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Automobiles
Smith-Anderson House


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Accession Number(s):
61.132,4
Description: View of "Cardinal Point," house on Greenville Sound once owned by Lindsey Russell. Depicted are the facade with double porches and a building at its side used as a billiard room. Notes on reverse.
Matte 4.75" x 6.75" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Cardinal Point
Greenville Sound


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Accession Number(s):
63.153,2
Description: View of house, old chimney and ruins of dependencies at Sloop Point Plantation. View shows front and one side of the house.
Unmounted 5" x 7" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Sloop Point (Plantation)


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Accession Number(s):
63.153,5
Description: Polaroid snapshot of "Shandy Hall," located south of Bradley's Creek, New Hanover County.
Unmounted 3" x 4" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Shandy Hall


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Accession Number(s):
63.153,6
Description: Photograph of a woman standing on the gallery of the south side of the Court House in Wilmington.
Unmounted 7" x 5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture--Details
Court House--Wilmington, NC


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Accession Number(s):
69.258,2.a
69.258,2.b
69.258,2.c
69.258,2.d
69.258,2.f
Description: Five photographs of the Dubois-Boatwright House, 14 South Third Street, Wilmington. Included are views of the front and north sides, north and south sides, close-up views of gate and lantern on south side.
Glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
Dubois-Boatwright House


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69.258,3.a
69.258,3.b
69.258,3.c
69.258,3.d
Description: Four photographs of the Burgwin-Wright House, 224 Market Street, Wilmington. Views are the front of the house thru the front gates; view of front and east side; view of garden looking south (shows Dubois-Boatwright House); and view of garden wall, east side on Third Street.

Subject(s):
Architecture
Burgwin-Wright House
Dubois-Boatwright House


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Accession Number(s):
69.258,5.a
69.258,5.b
69.258,5.c
69.258,5.d
69.258,5.d
69.258,5.e
69.258,5.f
Description: Six photographs of the kitchen dependency, exterior and interior, of the Burgwin-Wright House. The kitchen building is shown from at least three sides. One view is thru the side gate and includes the well house. An interior view is of the chimney, fireplace wall, in front of which a costumed woman sits.
Glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
Burgwin-Wright House


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Accession Number(s):
69.258,7
Description: Photograph of the front facade of the Bellamy House, 503 Market Street, Wilmington.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Bellamy Mansion


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Accession Number(s):
69.258,8.a
69.258,8.b
Description: Photograph of the Georgian coastal cottage at 6 Church Street. In 1985 this is the home of Hargrave and Mary Bellamy. It has been identified as the Dixon-Cameron House. There are 2 views of the original front of the house on the south side of the lot, according to Wrenn.
Glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
Bellamy, Hargrove House


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69.258,13.a
69.258,13.b
Description: Two views of the DeRosset House at the northeast corner of Dock and Orange Streets. One (a) shows the classical-revival porch on the front and the Italianate roof line. View (b) shows the south side of the house with its solarium and addition to rear.
Glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
DeRosset House


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69.258,14.a
Description: An amateur photograph of the Dudley Mansion taken before the portico added by James Sprunt was removed in in 1924, according to Wrenn.
Matte 3.5" x 5.5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Dudley Mansion


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69.258,14.b
Description: Photograph of the Governor Dudley Mansion at 400 Front Street, Wilmington. View of the front facade which shows 5 palm trees.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Dudley Mansion


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Accession Number(s):
69.258,15.a
69.258,15.b
69.258,15.c
69.258,15.d
Description: Four photographs of the Hathaway-Boney House at 120 South Fifth Street. Included are: (a) front facade; (b) 2 prints of view of entrance steps in wal; (c) close-up of the steps and iron gate leading to the house; (d) close-up view of the iron fence atop the brick wall.
Glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
Hathaway-Boney House
Boney Architects


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69.258,16.a
69.258,16.b
69.258,16.c
Description: Three photographs of Cornelius Harnett's residence, Maynard, in northeast Wilmington. These appear to be copies of older photographs. View (a) shows the house in a state of neglect close-up; (b) is taken from a railroad tract and looksacross the lawn to the house; (c) is of the fireplace wall with panels and cupboards in an empty house.
Glossy 5" x 7" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
Harnett, Cornelius House


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Accession Number(s):
69.258,19
Description: Photograph of the front and south side of the Northrop-Oldham House, 213 South 2nd Street, Wilmington (Wrenn calls it the Northrop-Carr House). Out-building visible.
Mounted 4" x 6" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Northrop-Oldham (Carr) House


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Accession Number(s):
69.258,20
Description: View of the Ballard-Potter-Bellamy House, at 121 South 2nd Street, Wilmington. The snapshot was taken from the south and shows the enclosing wall before it was heightened.
Glossy 3.5" x 5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Ballard-Potter-Bellamy House


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69.258,22.a
69.258,22.b
Description: Two views of St. John's Museum of Art, the former Masonic Lodge. (a) shows front facade and staircase to second floor; (b) is a view of the wooden building at the side of the brick lodge. The building is pictured from the south.
Glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
Freemasonry
St. John's Museum of Art


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69.258,24.a
69.258,24.b
69.258,24.c
69.258,24.d
Description: Four views of City Hall, Wilmington. View (a) is of the entire building showing its facade on Market Street and the south side; (b) and (c) are close-up views of the portico.
Glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
City Hall--Wilmington, NC
Thalian Hall


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Accession Number(s):
69.258,26.a
69.258,26.b
Description: Two photographs of the front facade of the John A. Taylor House at 409-11 Market Street. The building was formerly headquarters of the Wilmington Light Infantry and the Wilmington Public Library and in 2003 is occupied by the First Baptist Church.
Glossy 8" x 10" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
First Baptist Church, Wilmington, NC
Churches
Taylor, John A. House
Wilmington Light Infantry
Wilmington Public Library


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Accession Number(s):
69.280,1.a
69.280,1.b
69.280,1.c
69.280,1.d
69.280,1.e
69.280,1.f
69.280,1.g
69.280,1.h
69.280,1.i
Description: Nine snapshots of streets and houses in Smithville, now Southport, NC. Included are pictures of the Court House (before addition) and Captain Harper's store.
Glossy 3.5" x 5" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
Southport, NC


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Accession Number(s):
69.280,9
Description: Snapshot view o a one story house with dormer windows situated in a fenced yart. Inscriptio n back of print states that it is in the northern part of Wilmington.
Glossy 3" x 4.75" print

Subject(s):
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
69.280,12
Description: Snapshot picture of the Donald MacRae house at 15 South Third Street. In 1956 the house was sold to St. James Church.
Glossy 3" square print

Subject(s):
Architecture
MacRae, Donald House


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Accession Number(s):
69.280,13
Description: Snapshot view of the Edward Kidder house at the southeast corner of Dock and Third Streets since demolished. The picture shows the front and north side of the house.
Glossy 3" square print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Kidder, Edward House


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Accession Number(s):
69.280,14
Description: Snapshot picture of the Parker-Saunders house, 401 South Front Street, at the southeast corner of Front and Nun Streets.
Glossy 3" square print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Parker, John A. House
Robinson, Charles H. House
Wilson, Woodrow


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Accession Number(s):
69.280,15
Description: Snapshot picture of the John Wooster house, 20 South Third Street, the north west corner of Front and Dock Streets.
Glossy 3" square print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Wooster, John House


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Accession Number(s):
69.280,16
Description: Snapshot view of an unidentified two-story house situated on a corner plot.
Glossy 3" x 3" print

Subject(s):
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
69.280,29
Description: Photograph of a three-story brick house, possibly a Cowan house. Its front and side are shown; the street is unpaved. Inscription on mount states that the building is the office of the Carolina Central Railroad.
Sepia 7.5" x 9.5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Carolina Central Railroad


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Accession Number(s):
70.289,1
Description: Professional photograph of St. John's Tavern, originally St. John's Masonic Lodge.
Glossy 8" x 10" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Freemasonry
St. John's Tavern


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Accession Number(s):
70.306,11
Description: Latimer home at Bradley Creek. View of the frame house with verandahs set in trees hung with Spanish moss.

Subject(s):
Architecture
Bradley Creek
Latimer Family


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Accession Number(s):
70.306,63
Description: Five views of residences on the Sound in a print for post card or commercial use. Houses depicted are those of Mr. S. Van Amringe, H.M. Bowden, Pembroke Jones, C.M. Stedman, and William Latimer.

Subject(s):
Architecture
Masonboro Sound


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Accession Number(s):
70.309,2
Description: Photograph of the B.F. Hall residence at the southwest corner of 9th and Princess Streets. The front and street sides of the house are shown. Four boys stand on the sidewalk and several figures appear on a porch. There is a utility pole but there appears to be no street paving.
Mounted 7" x 8.5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Hall, B.F. House


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Accession Number(s):
72.374,5
Description: A photograph of the Governor Dudley Mansion on Front Street taken during the ownership of James Sprunt who added the two-story portico in 1895. The front facade is pictured.
3" x 5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Dudley Mansion


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Accession Number(s):
72.374,7.a
Description: Photograph of the Sprunt residence at 9th Street and Princess, according to the legend written on the back of the print. A car in the picture suggests the date of the photograph.
Matte 3" x 5" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Sprunt House


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Accession Number(s):
72.374,8.a
72.374,8.b
Description: Two photographs of the John Taylor home at 409-11 Market Street taken during its occupancy by the Wilmington Light Infantry. There is a close-up view of the facade and one which shows adjacent houses.
Matte 3.5" x 5.5" prints

Subject(s):
Architecture
Taylor, John A. House
Wilmington Light Infantry


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Accession Number(s):
72.374,9
Description: Photograph of the residence built by Donald MacRae and designed by James Post in the Gothic Revival style. The photograph was made probably after 1902 when it was remodeled by Hugh MacRae.
Matte 3" x 5" print with copies

Subject(s):
Architecture
MacRae House


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Accession Number(s):
72.374,18
Description: Photograph of the residence of Alex Sprunt at 9th and Princess Strees, Wilmington. The front of the house is shown surrounded by a fence and two children and four adults and a joggling board appear on the front porch.
Matte 5" x 6" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Sprunt, Alex House


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Accession Number(s):
72.374,19
Description: Photograph of the Walter MacRae residence taken from the side to show the one story wood and brick out-building. The chimney wall of the main house appears in the background.
Matte 2.5" x 4" print

Subject(s):
Architecture
MacRae, Capt. Walter Gwyn House


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Accession Number(s):
85.548,2
Description: Mounted photograph of a large group of men, women, and children posed before Washington's home at Mount Vernon. Two figures are marked with X's; inscribed is: "Mother and Papa at Mt. Vernon on their wedding trip, Oct. 1889."
8" x 10.75" sepia print

Subject(s):
Architecture
Mount Vernon
Spencer, Augusta Bowden Boykin


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Accession Number(s):
89.645,1
89.645,2
89.645,3
89.645,4
89.645,5
89.645,6
89.645,7
89.645,8
89.645,9
89.645,10
89.645,11
89.645,12
89.645,13
89.645,14
89.645,15
89.645,16
89.645,17
89.645,18
89.645,19
89.645,20
89.645,21
89.645,22
Description: Twenty-two color photographs of buildings in Wilmington, including: New Hanover County Court House, St. Mary's Church, First Presbyterian Church, Bellamy Mansion with details, Edward Savage House, Latimer House, 406 and 406 Market Street, Burgwin-Wright House, and an unidentified residence.
Include negatives

Subject(s):
Architecture


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Accession Number(s):
89.653
Description: Copy photograph of the building at the corner of Front and (possibly) Red Cross Sts. It is a 3-story building with 3 dormers in roof, wooden siding, and a balcony of iron at the 2nd floor level. People's Furniture Company is next door. Donor states that George Washington stayed in this house.
3.5" x 5"

Subject(s):
Architecture
Washington, George


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Accession Number(s):
02.848.a
02.848.c
02.848.d
02.848.e
02.848.e.2
02.848.f
02.848.g
Description: Views of Wilmington streets and houses, unidentified except for (g), which is a view of Water Street looking north from Market and which shows the old Customs Building.
Snapshots

Subject(s):
Architecture
Customs Building, Wilmington, NC
Wilmington, NC--Views



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