Pvt. Thomas Newton Bryson (on left) with unknown man. Bryson was recuperating in France from a wound received September 29, 1918 at Saint-Quentin, France. Thomas Bryson was from Macon County, N.C., and served in the 30th Division during World War I.
One photograph of the Raleigh Peanut Man, Burnace Jenks, who sold peanuts and fed pigeons in front of the State Capitol Building in Raleigh, NC, from c. through the early 1970's. The Peanut Man always occupied a spot in the square at the head...
WALLBURG – Gov. Bev Perdue announced today that TIMCO Aerosystems, LLC., one of the largest providers of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services in the world, will open a passenger seat man. . .
North Carolina. Office of the Governor; Perdue, Bev, 1947-
A wood carving of a flying goose by a local man. Feather Phillips told us a wonderful story about this piece. A woman from New York wanted to buy this piece, but she wanted to cut off the wings so she could put a glass on top and make a table. ...
Originally owned by Irvin Finch, the Morgan Farm of 590 acres in Nash County, was bequeathed to his daughter, Ferebee L. Morgan (1860-1929), at his death in 1880. Disabled in his later years, Finch had already placed operation of the farm in the...
The reminiscences of Whiting and a typed supplement to the manuscript contain detailed passages describing his boyhood in Raleigh, his amusements, and his education, and the supplement contains sketches of members of his family. The manuscript...
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