Durham Historic Photographic Archives

The Durham Historic Photographic Archives consists of around 2000 images depicting the history of Durham since 1860 . Many of these photographs were collected by PhotoCarolina, a nonprofit organization formed in the mid-1980s for the express purpose of preserving Durham’s history in photographs.

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Filename Description Source
A001 Members of William Thomas Blackwell family in front of house, Chapel Hill and Lee (Duke) Street. Goat cart. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
A002 Michaels' Pharmacy ca. 1880. Owner, Arian Healy Michaels. D.W. Newsom
A003 Bull in Blackwell's Durham Smoking Tobacco ad knocks sign painter over sign. Ad appeared in U.S. Tobacco Journal, June 11, 1877 Archives and History, Neg.# N.77.2.33
A004 Wilkerson Family home. Large Victorian house with wraparound porches. House burned.  
A005 Bennett Place. Postcard. 1865.  Postcard depicts surrender of Confederate general Johnston to General Sherman at the site of James Bennett's house in 1865. Archives & History, Neg.#N.60.11.48
A006 View of the Bennett House. Engraving by R.D. Blacknall. 1876. Archives & History, Neg.#N.52.5.19
A007 Walnut Hall ca. 1870. Residence of Willie Mangum in northern Durham County. House no longer standing. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.229
A008 Walnut Hall ca. 1870. Rear view of house of Willie Mangum. Archives & History, Neg. #N.53.15.228
A009 Marshals of Trinity College. 1871. Nine men wearing dress sashes and lapel insignia for college function are identified: (top) Winstead, Faison, Colson, and Sharp; (bottom) J.Cooper, Durham, Turner, Braswell, and Merriman. Archives & History, Neg.#.75.10.351
A010 Trinity College. Engraving. ca.1880. Large three-story building of classically-inspired architecture sits near a main street. Note mazed garden walkways in front and row of chimneys on sides of building. Note: Building unidentified. Is probably a building in Randolph County, where college was located before moving to Durham. Archives & History, Neg.#N.72.1.122
A011 House of George Washington Burch. ca.1880. House with ornate porch decorations was once located at the corner of W. Main St. and Guess Rd. (later Buchanan Blvd.) Family members shown are G.W.'s wife, Callie Jane Davis Burch, on the porch, and Caroline Washington Burch, at bottom of steps. Ms. Carrie Burch
A012 William Thomas Blackwell. ca. 1880. Portrait photograph of W.T. Blackwell, the first major tobacco products manufacturer in Durham during and after the Civil War. Photographer: F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
A013 Erle Craven holding Old John (horse). ca. 1888. Boy about ten years old holding bridle of white horse which he rode to High Point more than seven years later. Tintype original. Craven-Pegram Collection, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
A014 Kate Craven with M. Brickell. Tintype. 1871. Six-year-old girl poses with 20-year-old senior graduating from her father's class at Trinity College. Craven-Pegram Collection, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
A015 Rev. Braxton Craven, D.D. Trinity College. ca.1860. Rev. Craven was President of Trinity College. This engraving is signed on the back and is an example of precursor to photography. Craven-Pegram Collection, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
A016 John Ellis Remington, Sr. Civil War Veteran. 1865. Portrait of a young man in Confederate Army uniform. Margie Gibbs Remington
A017 Newton Family Member, unidentified. ca.1880. Tintype portrait of beringed young woman dressed in the fashion of the day --- ribboned straw hat, high stock collar with brooch, and fur-trimmed double-breasted empire-waisted coat. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
A018 Amanda Gill, a Newton family relative. ca. 1870. Portrait of Rufus Newton's maternal grandmother wearing loose dress with tasseled sash. (Clothing does not seem appropriate to the date given. May be some sort of costume.) Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
A019 Family of Ulysses and Anna Goodwin. ca. 1880. Photograph of Goodwin family in front of pineboard frame house. Bottom: Ulysses, Anna, and Freeland Goodwin. Top: Daylan and Ardis Goodwin. Family are relatives of the father of Mrs. Rufus E. Newton. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
A020 House of Brodie L. Duke. 1883, located at the present site of Durham High School. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
A021 Woods Prize House. ca. 1880. Approximately 50 children of school age are grouped in seats, on steps, and along fence. Unknown
A022 County Home. Prison Farm. ca. 1880. Photograph of prison farm on Roxboro Road, showing main house, surrounding buildings, well, wagon, and prison population. At far right stand members of family of Superintendent Henry Daniel Leigh: Auburn, Otie, Arthur, Mrs. Leigh, Pearl, Esca, and Lecta. Guards with pistol and rifles oversee work crew of men and women. Mrs. E.V. Leigh
A023 Great-grandmother of Lloyd Gunn. Tintype. ca. 1880. Formal portrait of stylishly dressed young black woman sitting on a heavily fringed chair. Lloyd Gunn
A024 Grandmother Christian and child. ca. 1880. Formal portrait of Mayme Harris Perry's great-great-grandmother, holding a child of white parentage. The woman may have been a slave. Mayme Harris Perry
A025 Duke Tobacco Factory and surrounding buildings. 1883. View of the first Duke factory in Durham, showing factory and warehouse buildings, Duke house, cleared countryside, and RR tracks passing in front of the factory. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
A026 First Duke Tobacco Factory. Engraving. ca. 1880, seen in previous photo (A025). Archives & History, Neg.#IV.73.11.774
A027 Bonsack Cigarette Machine. 1888. Used in early tobacco industry for rolling cigarettes. This machine helped to make the Duke family fortune. Archives and History, Neg.#IV.75.5.123
A028 Parrish & Blackwell Letterhead w/ Tobacco Warehouses. 1883. Photo of top of a letterhead engraved with pictures of two Parrish & Blackwell tobacco warehouses in cameo with ornate decoration. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.74.3.326-7
A029 Reams & Walker Tobacco Warehouse Advertisement. 1875. In 1874 they sold 3 million pounds at 'full market price.' They also sold tobacco fertilizer and Peruvian and Pacific guano. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.77.1.192
A030 Durham Smoking Tobacco Label, mfg. Blackwell. ca. 1870. Striking label with reversed print and trademark bull, advertising Durham Smoking Tobacco made by W.T. Blackwell (later the American Tobacco Co.). Archives & History, Neg.#IV.66.4.54
A031 Bull Durham Tobacco Trademark. ca. 1880. Circular emblem encloses bull standing in farm pasture, looking toward viewer. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.76.6.83
A032 Durham Tobacco Ad, with Bull and pyramids. ca.1880. Engraving of bull wearing blanket advertising Blackwell's Durham Tobacco. Pedestal is partial pyramid labeled with company name and 'Cheops' on the side. Smaller pyramids appear in the distance. Archives & History, Neg.IV.77.2.109
A033 E.J. Parrish's Brick Tobacco Warehouse. ca. 1870. Etching of the same warehouse pictured on the engraved notepaper in A028. Note Conestoga wagons used for hauling, and special wagon entrance at side. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.77.2.19
A034 Thomas D. Jones Leaf Tobacco Warehouse. ca. 1880. Photo of tobacco deliveries at frame commercial building. Doorways have no steps, so that barrels can be rolled directly off wagons into the building. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
A035 S.R. Carrington's Bar. Street Scene. ca. 1880. Tintype of corner where Carrington's Bar and Hotel stood. Grand Central Barber was located behind it, and fence was painted with Blackwell's Durham Tobacco ad. Unknown
A036 Day and Meadows Store, with the proprietors. ca. 1870. Photograph of Day and Meadows standing in front of their frame establishment. Unknown
A037 Bennett Place. Historic Civil War Site. ca. 1880. Wintry scene of the two buildings of James Bennett's place, where Gen. Johnston surrendered to Gen. Sherman in 1865. Buildings are uninhabited and deteriorating. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.58.6.55
A038 'Fairview.' House of Washington Duke. ca. 1890. J.W. Karnes rides bicycle down driveway toward iron gates. Famous 'Fairview' 3-story cupola seen in background. House was located at the corner of Main and Duke Streets. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.74.4.157
A039 Portrait of James Southgate in front of an ornate Roman backdrop. He wears a 3-piece suit and a uniform cap with a cross, possibly a Masonic Lodge symbol. Southgate Jones Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University.
A040 Robert G. Fitzgerald. U.S. Navy, Civil War. 1863.. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
A041 Sara Fitzgerald with daughter Agnes(?). ca. 1860. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
A042 Thomas Charles Fitzgerald (c. 1808-1879). Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
A043 Fitzgerald Family. ca. 1880. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
A044 First Presbyterian Church. ca. 1880. Frame building erected in 1875 near the corner of Main and Roxboro Streets. Unknown
A045 The Morehead Bank. 1883. Small building next to Angier's general merchandise store on the corner. Eugene Morehead, President; Frederick Fanning, Cashier; William Morgan, Teller; Watshel Avery, Bookkeeper; Mr.Faucett, Porter. Unknown
A046 Anothy(?) Cole and Susan Browning Cole. ca. 1875. Portrait of the owners of Cole Mill. Randy Carden.
A047 Durham Graded School. 1883. School population and teachers in front of frame building formerly known as Wright's Factory, on the north side of Main Street, adjacent to subsequent site of Liggett and Myers factory. Unknown
A048 W.L. Parrish, 1887; in cornerstone Somerset Villa, house built by Julian Carr, on Dillard Street. 9/29/1888. From cornerstone of Somerset Villa.
A049 W.W. Fuller in cornerstone Somerset Villa, house built by Julian Carr, on Dillard Street. 9/29/1888. From cornerstone of Somerset Villa.
A050 H.W. Snow in cornerstone Somerset Villa, house built by Julian Carr, on Dillard Street. 9/29/1888. From cornerstone of Somerset Villa.
A051 John S. Lockhart in cornerstone Somerset Villa, house built by Julian Carr, on Dillard Street. 9/29/1888. From cornerstone of Somerset Villa.
A052 Unknown portrait of man. Unknown
A053 Elwood W. Bryan in cornerstone Somerset Villa, house built by Julian Carr, on Dillard Street. 9/29/1888. From cornerstone of Somerset Villa.
A054 T.B. Fuller in cornerstone Somerset Villa, house built by Julian Carr, on Dillard Street. 9/29/1888. From cornerstone of Somerset Villa.
A055 James Southgate in cornerstone Somerset Villa, house built by Julian Carr, on Dillard Street. 9/29/1888. From cornerstone of Somerset Villa.
A056 Mr. & Mrs. William A. Guthrie and son William in cornerstone Somerset Villa, house built by Julian Carr, on Dillard Street. 9/29/1888. From cornerstone of Somerset Villa
A057 Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A058 Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A059 Hallway in Somerset Villa, House of Julian S. Carr. ca.1888. Interior of house built by Julian S. Carr. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A060 Interior of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A061 Interior of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A062 Interior of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A063 Interior of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A064 Interior of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A065 Interior of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A066 Dining Room in Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A067 Dining Room in Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A068 Interior of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A069 Upstairs hallway of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A070 Upstairs hallway of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A071 Bedroom in Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A072 Nursery in Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A073 Bedroom in Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A074 Bedroom in Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A075 Hallway in Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A076 Bathroom in Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A077 Bathroom in Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A078 Interior of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A079 Interior of Somerset Villa, house of Julian Carr. ca. 1888. Family album owned by Rufus Carr
A080 Portrait photograph of Brodie Duke. ca. 1870. Miriam Hall, South Lowell Rd., Durham, NC.
A081 John McMannen's Son. 1880's. Brother of Martha McMannen, wife of Brodie Duke. Miriam Hall, South Lowell Rd., Durham, NC.
A082 Martha McMannen Duke, Brodie Duke's first wife. ca. 1870. Miriam Hall, South Lowell Rd., Durham, NC.
A083 Rev. John McMannen? John McMannen was father of Martha McMannen, first wife of Brodie Duke. Miriam Hall, South Lowell Rd., Durham, NC.
A084 McMannen family member. Young man in uniform. Miriam Hall, South Lowell Rd., Durham, NC.
A085 McMannen family members. Three women. Miriam Hall, South Lowell Rd., Durham, NC.
A086 McMannen family member. Man in scholarly setting. Man with book and apparatus which appears to be scientific. Miriam Hall, South Lowell Rd., Durham, NC.
A087 McMannen family. Baby. McMannen baby. In christening attire? Miriam Hall, South Lowell Rd., Durham, NC.
A088 McMannen family. Young woman. Miriam Hall, South Lowell Rd., Durham, NC.
B001 Wedding invitation, Mamie Harper & John Atwater, 1896. Includes separate photographs of bride and groom. The couple moved to Durham in 1903. Mayme Harris Perry
B002 Durham Police Force and Mayor Link. 1894. Group portrait of police force in uniform, with the mayor in the back row. City of Durham Police Department
B003 Father of Mrs. Rufus E. Newton. ca. 1890. Taken before his marriage, portrait shows young man seated with hat and umbrella. Photographer: W.J. Moose. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
B004 Crabtree family portrait. ca. 1895. Owners of Crabtree Pharmacy, Driver and Angier Streets. Clarence Crabtree and wife Carrie, right; Cooch Crabtree and sister Leena, left. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
B005 Main Street looking west. Engraving. 1895. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B006 Parrish's and Globe Tobacco Warehouses. Engravings. 1895. Two engravings from Handbook of Durham. Parrish warehouse at corner of Clay(later Parrish) and Mangum Streets. Globe warehouse at Main & Great Jones Streets Irene Sorrell
B007 J.V. Whitted Tobacco C. Engraving. 1895. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B008 Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co. Factory Bldg. 1895. Factory building of Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co., with bull trademark. Engraving from Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B009 Stone quarries. Two photographs. 1895. Men and equipment at work. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B010 Z.I. Lyon & Co. Tobacco Factory. Engraving. 1895. Lyon factory was at corner of Pettigrew and Pine Streets. 'Pride of Durham' slogan with lion trademark. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B011 Thomas H. Martin Tobacco Warehouse. Engraving. 1895. Thomas Martin,'Leaf Tobacco Broker,' on Morris Street. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B012 House of B.N. Duke. Engraving. 1895. 'The Terrace,' between Chapel Hill and Willard Streets. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B013 First National Bank Building. 1895. Building at Main and Corcoran Streets. From Handbook of Durham. Engraving. Irene Sorrell
B014 First & Second Baptist Churches. Engravings. 1895. First Baptist Church on Mangum St. Second Baptist Church was originally Blackwell Baptist, and later Temple Baptist, on Chapel Hill St. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B015 Morehead Banking Co. Engraving. 1895. Building at Main and Mangum Streets. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B016 Royall & Borden Furniture Store. Engraving. ca. 1890. Two-story brick building with double entrance to display floor, and side steps leading to second floor. From Handbook of Durham. City Directory 1925: 313-315 E. Chapel Hill St. Advertised Columbia Grafanolas and Records. Irene Sorrell
B017 First Durham County Courthouse. Engraving. 1895. Located at SE corner of Church & Main Streets. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B018 Four Durham Houses. Etchings. 1895. Houses of S.F. Tomlinson, L.A. Carr. and W.H. Branson. Parsonage of Trinity Methodist Church. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B019 Durham Cotton & Commonwealth Cotton Mfg. Cos. 1895. Factories of the Durham Cotton Mfg. Co. and the Commonwealth Cotton Mfg. Co. Engravings. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B020 Large tobacco factory. Engraving. ca. 1890. Engraving of tobacco factory appeared in issue of Southern Tobacco Journal. Note loading docks and railroad tracks running along front, and small frame house (for superintendent?) off to the right. Archives & History, Nge.#N.77.2.210
B021 R.F. Morris & Son tobacco factory. Engraving. ca. 1890. 'Eureka Durham' smoking tobacco and 'Ladies Choise' snuff. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B022 First Presbyterian Church. Engraving. ca. 1890. Church located at corner of Main and Roxboro Streets. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B023 Duke Homestead. House of Washington Duke. ca. 1890. Washington Duke, in top hat and vest, sits on front porch with tobacco leaves in his lap. The house is still standing, has been restored, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Note unusual double-hung windows and rocker with shawl. Jonathan Cicero Angier Papers, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B024 Duke Homestead. Main house and outbuildings. ca. 1890. Washington Duke, with hoe over left shoulder, ambles down drive of his farm --- the modest beginnings of the American Tobacco Co. Jonathan Cicero Angier Papers, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B025 Duke Homestead. 3rd tobacco factory of W. Duke. ca. 1890. Closer shot of side of building seen at left in B024. Picture is double exposure with B024. Archives and History, Neg.#N.73.10.283
B026 Duke Homestead. Tobacco Barn. ca. 1890. Washington Duke places proprietary hand on door of old log tobacco shed. This building is second from right in B024. Jonathan Cicero Angier Papers, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B027 Duke Homestead. Second Tobacco Factory. ca. 1890. Close view of sawed-log barn. Note naked ends of second-floor joists. Archives & History, Neg.#N.73.10.284
B028 Duke Homestead. Tobacco Factories. ca. 1890. Wide shot of more tobacco factories. Note roofing of middle buildings. B027 is at right. Archives & History, Nge.#N.73.11.123
B029 W. Duke, Sons & Co. Cigarette Factory. Engraving. ca. 1890. Imposing four-story building with clock tower. Note train running down middle of street. Archives & History, Neg.#N.75.6.984
B030 The News & Observer Tobacco Edition. 1896. A twenty-five year retrospective of the incorporated history of Durham, based on reminiscenses of the 'fathers of Durham tobacco': W.T. Blackwell, Washington Duke, Julian S. Carr, and B.L. Duke. Pictured on the front page of this section are buildings made possible by the wealth of these men and others: Hotel Carr-o-lina (Carr); Trinity College (Duke); and Watts Hospital (George W. Watts). Archives & History, Neg.#N.76.6.76
B031 News & Observer Tobacco Ed. Leaf dealers & businesses. 1896. Page 10. Pictured or profiled: Z.I. Lyon & Co., owned by Thos. Martin; Parrish's Warehouse, managed by E.J. Parrish, C.A. Moore, and John W. Pope; Col. G.B. Hammett, buyer for Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co.; Thomas J. Walker, co-owner of J.T. Pinnix & Co.; J.B. Warren, supt. of W. Duke, Sons & Co.; and Thomas L. Peay, leaf dealer and mayor of Durham. Archives & History, Neg.#N.76.6.77
B032 News & Observer Tobacco Ed. W. Duke, Sons & Co. 1896. Page 15 of this section details the growth of W. Duke, Sons & Co. through pictures of its original and turn-of-the-century factories. Clockwise from top: ca. 1896 factory, the first town factory, the second factory of Washington Duke at Duke Homestead, and the first tobacco barn at Duke Homestead. Archives & History, Neg.#N.16.6.89
B033 News & Observer Tobacco Ed. 1st factory of W. Duke.1896. Line drawing of the first factory of W. Duke, Sons & Co., on W. Main St. (Same drawing in B032.) Note false facade. Archives & History, Neg.#N.76.6.90
B034 News & Observer Tobacco Ed. Z.I. Lyon & Co. 1896. From page 10. Note lion trademark and title 'Pride of Durham.' Archives & History, Neg. #N.76.6.77
B035 Prof. A.H. Merrit & Family. Trinity College. ca. 1890. Photograph in study of Merrit, a professor at Trinity College, his wife, their son Dean, and maid Julia. Note rolltop desk, telephone on wall, and light dangling by long cord over the professor's shoulder. Pegram-Craven Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B036 Lockwood the Photographer. Surrealism. ca. 1890. Prof. H. Lockwood, a teacher at Trinity College, in two self-portraits 'Before and After Surrealism': at top, preparing to dine upon his own head; at bottom, having picked skull clean and eaten lampshade and bulb. Pegram-Craven Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B037 Dormitory Room of D.W. Newson. Trinity College. 1897. Dallas Walton Newsom's room (#11) in the Washington Duke Building at Trinity College. Mr. Newsom was the County Manager of Durham County from 1930 to 1949. Unknown
B038 Craven Parlor Group. Trinity Coll. Commencement, 1896. Flash-photo taken by Prof. Lockwood shows group in Irene Craven's parlor: (l. to r.) Mrs. Irene Craven (Braxton), Miss Kate Craven, Bishop Duncan, Dr. James C. Kilgo, Thomas Snoot, and George B. Pegram. Pegram-Craven Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B039 James Braxton Craven, Jr. ca. 1890. Formal portrait of five-year-old in white tie and tails. Pegram-Craven Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B040 Trinity College. Craven & Alspaugh Halls. ca. 1898. Newly-built buildings and beginnings of landscaping at Trinity College. Craven Hall is is foreground, with dome of library visible behind it. Alspaugh Hall is in back. Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.19
B041 Trinity College. Wide-Angle photo. ca. 1898. Newly-built buildings with beginnings of landscaping. (See C011 for later view.) Archives & History Neg.#N.64.7.17
B042 Trinity College. ca. 1898. New buildings and beginnings of landscaping. (See C011 for later view.) Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.20
B043 Cranford-Wannamaker House. ca. 1895. House of Trinity College professor(s) was originally located on Buchanan Blvd., but moved to Trinity Ave. Pegram-Craven Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B044 Southgate Jones Family. Two pages from album. ca. 1890. Pictures of nine women related by blood or marriage to Southgate Jones. Their places of origin range from Florida to Ohio.Photographer: Berkeley of Staunton, Va. Southgate Jones Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B045 'Fairview' and Duke tobacco factory. 1890. 'Fairview,' house of Washington Duke, stood on the corner of Main & Duke Streets, with factory across the street. Archives & History Neg.#IV.75.3.2
B046 'Fairview' and surrounding town. Rooftop view. ca. 1890. Photo taken from top of 4-story brick Duke tobacco factory shows another side of Washington Duke family house and original Duke tobacco factory to the right. Unknown
B047 Duke's Mixture. Etching. ca. 1890. Etching of bag of Duke's Mixture smoking tobacco sealed with tax band (1&1/2 cents) and wrapped in label. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.77.4.83
B048 Mrs. B.N. Duke & Children. Winter Outing. ca. 1890. Open door of small one-horse carriage reveals woman and young girl and boy dressed for winter outing. African-American coachman has laprug. Bystanders look on. Note posters covering building wall. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.73.10.280
B049 James B. Duke, with Fish and Pole. 1890. James B. Duke, son of Washington Duke, and brother of Benjamin, poses with rod and catch at lake with cypress trees. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.73.10.279
B050 Cameo Cigarettes Label. A Duke Brand. ca. 1890. Ornate label features cameo portrait of fashionable woman, surrounded by flowers. Label resembles watch and band. This is one of hundreds of cigarette brands available in the late 1890's. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.77.2.117
B051 Bull Durham Tobacco Ad. The Man in the Moon. ca. 1890. Print ad for Blackwell's Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco features drawing of a man in full moon, smoking a pipe. Over one eye is the pull-string seal with bull trademark. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B052 House of J.S. Carr; house of Wash. Duke. ca. 1890. Two engravings: Somerset Villa, house of Julian S. Carr, on Dillard Street; and Fairview, house of Washington Duke, at corner of Main & Duke Streets. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B053 Four Durham homes, each the house of a leading citizen. ca.1890. Engravings of the residences of Mrs. J.R. Day, Mrs. T.D. Jones, Mr. J.E. Lyon, and Mr. H.E. Seeman. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B054 Main Street Methodist Church. Etching. ca. 1890. Typical engraving by Westlake Smith Eng. Co., St. Louis. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B055 Original West Durham Baptist Church. Tintype. ca. 1890. Tintype of church shows some disrepair -- cardboard in windows, loose wood on roof. Church was located on Ferrell St. in Brookstown. Mattie Bagley
B056 Moses Hester Church and House. Factory Congregation. 1896. Small square house built on sloped land has two bells mounted on tall posts -- one bell for Sunday, and one for weekdays to get the factory help out in time. Photographer: M.H. Lockwood. B.N. Duke Papers, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
B057 City Hospital. Engraving. ca. 1890. Engraving shows three buildings -- a center building with porch and main entrance, and two matching wings connected to main building by covered walkways. Location: corner of Main St. & Buchanan Blvd. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B058 Seeman Printery. Steam Printing. ca. 1895. Six men and two boys grouped in front of doorway to brick building on Corcoran St. were staff and management of the printery: (l. to r.) Tom Whitaker, Belfield Laws, John B. Wilburn, H.E. Seeman, Henry Chamberlain, unidentified person, Newton Pendergraph, and Claud Allison. Fisher-Harrison Corp.
B059 Wright Block. Engraving. ca. 1890. Engraving of three-story brick commercial building at 113. E. Main St. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B060 Rev. Thomas Stroud. ca. 1890. Formal portrait of man in late 20's wearing sateen suit with clerical collar and Masonic Order brooch pinned to cravat. He was source's great uncle on her mother's side, and was born and raised in Chapel Hill. Mrs. Helen Johnson
B061 Helen Johnson Family. Portrait of young man. ca. 1890. Young man poses in 3-piece tweed suit.Photographer: W.H. Rigsbee. Mrs. Helen Johnson
B062 W. Albert Wilkerson Family. Group photo. ca. 1895. Twenty-six males of varying ages, ancestry, and economy are pictured on the grounds of the house of W.A. Wilkerson on Wilkerson Ave. The owner was the first building contractor in Durham, and the house was the first to be built on the avenue named for him. Wilkerson also built the Epworth Inn and the Washington Duke home. Wilkerson Avenue burned in 1905. Mrs. Maude W. Dunn
B063 Maude Clyde Goodwin. Formal Portrait. ca. 1890. Blonde, blue-eyed young woman wears straw hat and walking outfit with matching velvet-trimmed jacket. She looks about sixteen and appears to be married. She was source's aunt. Photographer: W.J. Moose. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
B064 Edward Vernon Gibbs. Young man smoking a cigar. ca. 1890. Photo of young man in hat, jacket, and striped trousers, with a cigar in his mouth. Margie Gibbs Remington
B065 Lorena Hollaway & Johnny Goss. Engaged couple. ca. 1895. Photo of a young African-American couple sitting in a light carriage. Location was countryside off Redwood Rd.; time was some months before marriage. Evelyn Pettiford
B066 Johnny Goss. Formal Portrait. ca. 1890. Close-up portrait of young African-American man, the fiance in B065. He wears wide-brimmed hat, suit, starched collar, and cravat. Evelyn Pettiford
B067 Tillers Family. Portrait of married couple. ca. 1890. Middle-aged African-American couple in dressy clothes pose beside front porch of their house. Square format photo behind oval mask taken in South Carolina. Mamie McLeod
B068 Daisy E. Hargett, age 8 or 9? Tintype. 1893. Approx. 8-9 year old African-American girl wearing white dress and striped stockings holds book (Bible?). She later moved from Greensboro to Durham and married John Scarborough, Sr. Scarborough Family Archives
B069 Gypsies in Virginia. Caravan Encampment. ca. 1890. Photo of a band of gypsies encamped, with wagons lined up and women and children eating. Photographer: Hugh Mangum. Mangum Museum, Eno River Park
B070 Mangum Family Members. Brother & 2 sisters. ca. 1890. Portrait of three Mangum siblings in evening dress. Photographer: Hugh Mangum. Mangum Museum, Eno River Park
B071 Multiple Cameo Photos. Photog.'s experiments. ca. 1890. Negative shows photographer Hugh Mangum at work with different subjects and poses: (from far left) 4 poses of woman with bow in her hair; man with/without dog; woman with/without hat, tie, glasses, smile; 2 men with a goat. Photographer: Hugh Mangum. Mangum Museum, Eno River Park
B072 A Midsummer Night's Dream. Titania & Bottom. ca. 1890. Photo of scene from Shakespeare's comedy. (Original notes say 'Tatiana and Budge.') Photographer: Hugh Mangum. Mangum Museum, Eno River Park
B073 Two portraits of Women, by Hugh Mangum. ca. 1890. Two more examples of Hugh Mangum's photography. On left is formal pose of woman who also appears in B070. On right is formal pose of woman in walking outfit. Photographer: Hugh Mangum. Mangum Museum, Eno River Park
B074 Eno Station. Flooding of the mill. 1899. Onlookers watch as torrent of water rages between buildings during the Eno River flood of 1899. Helen Liantis
B075 Bennett Place. Civil War Site. Engraving. 1895. From Handbook of Durham. Irene Sorrell
B076 Bennett Place. Civil War Memorial. ca. 1890. James Bennett's house with surrounding picket fence, which replaced original split-rail fence. Archives & History, Neg.#N.60.2.1-3
B077 Textile Mill Interior. Tintype. ca. 1890. Boy stands by one bank of spools for yarn while five more can be seen on each side in huge factory. Note row of steam pipe stacks to drive spindles and old-fashioned spoked wheels along the floor. Syd Nathans
B078 Whitted School. Ninth Grade Graduation. ca. 1893. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
B079 First Presbyterian Church. ca. 1900. The second building of the First Presbyterian Church, erected in 1890 near the corner of Main and Roxboro. Unknown
B080 John L. Kirkland, 1st mail carrier in Durham. ca. 1890. Mr. Kirkland began his Post Office career in 1886 as an office helper and began carrying mail in 1890. He retired from the Post Office in 1936. Unknown
C001 Durham High School Class of 1906. School outing. 1906. Flash photo appears to have been taken at night and shows men and women of the class posing in a trolley car. Photographer: Womble. Matilda Osborne Michaels
C002 Class 1-A, East Durham School. 1908. Class portrait. Garland Goodwin, brother of source, is 2nd from left in front row. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
C003 Pearl Cotton Mill. ca. 1900. Mill now converted into an apartment building on Trinity Ave. between N. Duke and Washington Streets. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
C004 Trinity College Buildings Around Sun Dial. ca. 1900. Background: Kilgo house (later Few) at left; Flowers house at right. Foreground: Craven Memorial Hall. Photographer: Holladay. W.D. Newsom
C005 Track Entrance, Trinity College. ca. 1900. 'Track' refers to road which was formerly a racetrack. Washington Duke Building is at left. Photographer: Holladay. W.D. Newsom
C006 Washington Duke Building, Trinity College, view from pond. ca. 1900. Trinity College campus. Photographer: Holladay. W.D. Newsom
C007 Stag Pavilion (Gazebo). Trinity College. 1904. This photograph shows original mound of earth and raised walkway which have since disappeared. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.64.7.11
C008 Road Through Campus. Trinity College. ca. 1900. Washington Duke Building. in the background. Photographer: Holladay. D.W. Newsom
C009 Washington Duke Building. Trinity College. View from the green. ca. 1900. Landscape photo with Washington Duke Building in the background and Epworth Hall through the trees at right. Photographer: Holladay. D.W. Newsom
C010 Trinity College. President Kilgo & Faculty. 1904. Small oval portraits of President Kilgo and 21 faculty members, arranged around a center photo of the double-arched gateway. Archives & History, Neg.#N.75.2.253
C011 Trinity College. Rooftop view. 1904-06. Campus of Trinity College, showing Craven Auditorium, library with dome, Alspaugh dormitory, and Crowell Science Bldg. Note factory in left background. (See B041 & 42 for earlier view.) Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.22
C012 Trinity Park School. 1904. Trinity Park School, a high school on the campus of Trinity College. Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.5.15
C013 Alspaugh Hall. Trinity College. ca. 1904. Front view of imposing symmetrical building. Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.10
C014 Alspaugh Hall. Trinity College. ca. 1904. Front and side view of building showing decorative detail. Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.23
C015 Trinity Park School. Main building & others. 1904. Buildings seen through stand of saplings. Building at right is same as C012. Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.12
C016 Statue of Washington Duke. Trinity College. ca. 1906-7. Commemorating Washington Duke's importance to Trinity College and Duke University, the statue is shown here during its unveiling and dedication ceremonies, before being permanently placed. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.73.10.288
C017 Trinity College. View from Duke Bldg. to Main St. ca. 1900. Photo from upper balcony of Duke Bldg. shows the original teardrop drive and fountain (where statue in C016 was eventually placed) and driveway leading out through gates to Main St. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.64.7.13
C018 Trinity College. Same view as C017, at later date. 1909. Photo in comparison with C017 shows massive landscaping changes on the campus, and a line of tobacco factories across Main St. Helen Card Upchurch
C019 Main Gate. Trinity College. Wash. Duke. Bldg. ca. 1900. Photo of main gates to campus, with Washington Duke Bldg. in background and Trinity Pavilion at right. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.64.7.16
C020 Gate at Trinity College. Closer view, at an angle. ca. 1900. Closer view (see C019) of double-arched gate shows motto and decorative details. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.64.7.14
C021 Trinity College Students Celebrate Duke Gift. ca. 1900. Flash photo taken at night shows celebration at Fairview, house of Wash. Duke, in reaction to his gift of $100,000 to the College. The bearded philanthropist is seen on porch to the right of pillar. Other ID: Willie Pegram & Archie Hibbard (lg. drum); Fred Crawson, J. Tyer & Moorman (behind lg. drum); Luther Kilgo, Angier Duke, Buck Lyon, Murray Allen (faculty children near small drum). Note TC baseball caps. Craven-Pegram Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
C022 Trinity College. Room 113, Epworth Hall. ca. 1900. Heavy draperies with massive print separate private quarters -- bed and rocker in background -- from music and study activities in foreground. D.W. Newsom
C023 Trinity College. Epworth 113 and inhabitant. ca. 1900. Dallas Walton Newsom sits studying in rocking chair in his room (see C022) revealed from another angle. Mr. Newsom was County Manager of Durham County, 1930-49. D.W. Newsom
C024 Teddy Roosevelt at Trinity College. Oct. 19, 1905. T.R. delivers address 'The Importance of Academic Freedom,' from dais wrapped with bunting and packed with college and town dignitaries. Crowd watches and listens from passing carriages and tops of trolleys as well as area around stand. Washington Duke building is in background. Photographer: Holladay. Craven-Pegram Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
C025 W. Duke, Sons & Co., branch of American Tobacco Co. ca. 1900. Front and side view of imposing 4-story building, showing railroad tracks and siding with railroad cars. Note single fire escapes per side. Archives & History, Neg.#N.60.11.73
C026 Banquet Menu. Deal between J.B. Duke and British Cos.ca.1900. Ornate menu has vignette photos of J.B. Duke and Sir W.H. Wills facing each other beneath British and U.S. Flags. Superimposed at bottom of menu is note from Duke to his father announcing completion of a financial deal between the Duke company and British tobacco manufacturers. The dinner was held at the Carlton Hotel, Pall Mall, London. Archives & History, Neg.#N.73.11.479
C027 'Universal' Cigarette Machine. Duke Tobacco. ca. 1900. Photo of the cigarette rolling machine, made by a London company, which put American cigarette profits into the millions. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.75.5.123
C028 Duke Tobacco factory in bunting for McKinleys's death. 1901. Fairly close-up shot of W. Duke, Sons & Co. tobacco factory main facade with ribbons and bunting draped above each story. Unknown
C029 Barbecue in Erwin, N.C. The Durham Dynamos. 1904. Fourteen men with prominent positions in the Durham community: (front, l-r) Benjamin .N. Duke, Washington Duke. James B. Duke, Thomas Walker, Thomas P. Moore, J.S. Cobb, & John C. Angier; (back) Dr. A.G. Carr, William A. Erwin, James E. Stagg, Frank P. Tate, Ed S. Yarbrough, C. E. Lemon and Frank L. Fuller. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
C030 Addie Belle Vaughan Neville. Wedding portrait. ca. 1905. Portrait of 17-year-old woman in white lace and white bow. Ruby Neville
C031 William Henry Neville. Wedding portrait. ca. 1905. Portrait of 21-year-old man. Ruby Neville
C032 Watermelon Feast. Summer Picnic. ca. 1900. Miss Lucas, Mrs. Schultz, and Mrs. Dorsey (top) pose with Marie, Olive, Appins, Mary, and Roth (bare feet). All are Pegram family friends. Craven-Pegram Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
C033 Durham Book & Stationery, interior.1908. Standing in foreground, Allen Harvey Newson.(?) D. W. Newsom
C034 Hotel Carrolina. Postcard. ca. 1905. Steel-engraved reproduction pictures massive building with triple balconies, double staircase, campanile, cupola, dormer windows, etc. The hotel burned in May, 1907. Unknown
C035 Durham Public Library. First building. ca. 1900. Housed in small frame residential-style building, the library was originally located at Five Points. Durham Public Library
C036 West Durham Methodist Church. Main & 9th Sts. 1907. Wooden building with gothic arches at doors and windows. Building no longer exists. A. John Dennis
C037 The Durham Orchestra. Studio Portrait. ca. 1905. All-male 9-piece dance band poses in front of painted backdrop. Members are (front, l. to r.) Ernest Seeman, J.H. King, Kimbro Jones, Dan Albright, & Stockard ?; (back) George E. Lougee, W.E. Seeman, Ernest Markham, & Pleas Pickard. Seeman Collection, Fisher-Harrison Corporation
C038 Seeman Printery Staff. ca. 1904. Photo shows staff and management of Seeman Printery. (Back row) Dave Dudley, Jim Rochelle. (Middle row) Clem Forrester, Joe Albright, Charlie Thomas, Bill Terry, Dan Albright, C.E. Lougee, D.R. Ivey, Cliff Dickson, Claude Bullock, one unidentified. (Front) Wade Holsrein, Addie Forrester, Mrs. Carroll, Charlie Whitaker, Henry Chamberlain, Louis Chamberlain. Seeman Collection, Fisher-Harrison Corporation
C039 Man on Donkey. Scene outside Watts Sreet. Grocery Store. ca. 1900. Probably taken for a laugh, photo shows Joseph T. Dunnegan astride small donkey while Ernest E. Dunnegan (left) watches. Note cluster of bananas hanging from porch roof. Hassie Dunnegan
C040 Surveying Crew. 5 men with instruments. ca. 1900. Five men display and demonstrate separate functions of a surveying crew: (from l.) brush clearer, leveler, rodman, recorder, and transit man, turning angles. Foreground: Mr. Schultz, Geo. B. Pegram; back: Col. Len Washington, Mr. Sofer, Mr. Townshend. Craven-Pegram Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
C041 Street Construction. Water/Sewer Lines. ca. 1900. Shot from side yard shows approx. 15-man crew working with shovels and picks on center of street. Note open ditches between curbs and sidewalks on both sides, pipe sections lying along fence, and picket gate off post of fence on left. Unknown
C042 Pegram Family Friend. Formal portrait. ca. 1900. Man with mustache and healthy set of mutton chops, fur-trimmed wool coat, and tusk-headed cane, poses against tapestry. Craven-Pegram Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
C043 Decatur Jones. Infant with Nanny. ca. 1900. Formal portrait of Decatur Jones as an infant, sitting on the lap of his nanny. Southgate Jones Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
C044 Albright Family. Cameo portrait of woman. ca. 1900. Portrait of early-thirtiesh woman dressed in fine clothes with matching earrings and brooch. The Albrights were hat makers who operated with The Fashion Shop. Mrs. Josephine Harris
C045 Albright Family. Full-length portrait of woman. ca. 1900. Portrait of mid-thirtiesh woman (sister to C044) in high-necked gown with lace ruffles and net sleeves. She was a hat maker also. Mrs. Josephine Harris
C046 McKerrall Family Portrait. ca. 1905. Parents John and Rebecca McKerrall pose with their two daughters and son. Information given says that Rebecca was the sister of the first Governor of N.C., but dates make this impossible. Source is child at upper left. Photographer: W.J. Moose. Julia Haines
C047 Mama & Aunt Minnie. Newton Family. ca. 1900. Two women stand at the back of a house located where Wachovia Bank in East Durham now stands. They are Alvanie (source's father's sister) and Minnie (great-aunt), and the picture was taken at Minnie's house. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
C048 Garland Goodwin. Young boy with crocodile. ca. 1900. Source's brother, in smock shirt and scarf tie, poses with stuffed alligator (or crocodile) head. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
C049 Durham Children. School outing. ca. 1900. Probably a school outing is pictured here. Children appear to be waiting in line to view something. Unknown
C050 N.C. Mutual Insurance Co. First office. 1902. The largest black-owned insurance company in the world began in the small office of C.C. Spaulding (left) and his clerk, Miss Dore Whitted. Archives & History Neg.#IV.77.12.68
C051 A.M. Moore. Doctor and Community Leader. ca. 1900. Half-tone engraving pictures young black man who was an early leader in the black community of Durham. He was one of the five founders of N.C. Mutual Ins. Co., a Doctor of Medicine, and a founder of Lincoln Hospital. He was the father of Lyda Merrick. Minerva Evans
C052 N.C. Mutual Life Ins. Co. First Home Office. 1906. Originally called The N.C. Mutual and Provident Association, the company became the largest black-owned and managed insurance company in the world. Half-tone print. Archives & History, Neg.#N.77.12.67
C053 Group portrait of young black men and women. ca. 1900. Four women and three men pose for formal portrait in dressy clothes. Dr. A.M. Moore (see C051) is at bottom center. Unknown
C054 Jackson Bolding. Formal portrait. ca. 1900. Formal portrait of young black man. Bolding lived in Brookstown and was employed by Erwin Cotton Mills. He was father of source. William Bowling
C055 Lyda Rogers. Studio Portrait. ca. 1905. Young black girl, approx. 6 years old, poses in dressy outfit with corsage. She was born in 1899 and killed in 1917. Lola Clark
C056 West End School. First Grade Class Photo. 1906. First-grade class of young black children pose with their teachers on the steps of the West End School, located on Ferrell St., parallel to Thaxton Ave. Eleta Atwater, daughter of Mamie Harper and J. Atwater, is 2nd from right, front row. She was source's mother. Mayme Harris Perry
C057 Stanely Family. Women's Portrait. 1909. Three black women and a small child pose sitting on a rug near a frame house. They are (l. to r.) Lula Stanely, Fleetia Sowell, Jessie Brawley, and Jessie's mother, Rebecca Brawley. Martha Stanely
C058 Three Black Children Sitting on a Woodpile. ca. 1900. Southgate Jones Coll. Young black girl holding baby, and young boy with bare feet sit in the sun near a woodpile. Southgate Jones Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
C059 C.C. Spaulding. Age 30. ca. 1905. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
C060 Some of the Founders of Mechanics & Farmers Bank. 1900. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
C061 John Merrick with daughters, Geneva, Mabel, and Martha. 1909. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
C062 Aerial View of Durham. ca. 1905. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
C063 Trinity Baseball Club. 1908. Front row: Dr. M.T. Adkins, Capt. Card, J.M. Daniel, Chat Bivins. Second row: E.E. Bundy, Bob Gantt, Claude Flowers, Walter West. Third row: Bud Lane, Crip West, Tuttle, Fred Flowers. Unknown
C065 Original Seeman Printery Bldg. at 101 W. Main St. ca. 1900. Unknown
C066 Durham Fire Department. Unknown
C067 Durham Fire Dept. Hose Wagon #2. Unknown
C068 Watts Hospital School of Nursing. 1st Graduates. 1904. First graduating class, with G.W. Watts. Unknown
C069 Southern Conservatory of Music. Graduates 1906. Graduates with Director Gilmore Ward Bryant, back row, third from left. Unknown
C070 Southern Conservatory of Music Practice Hall. ca. 1904. Large stained glass window in the background was donated in memory of Mrs. Mary Duke Lyon and represented St. Cecilia at the piano. Unknown
C071 Southern Conservatory of Music Sitting Room. Unknown
C072 Southern Conservatory of Music Orchestra. ca. 1905. Young cellist is G.W. Bryant's (director's) son Max Wiley. Unknown
C073 Mrs. Gilmore Ward Bryant. Mrs. Bryant was the wife of the Director of the Southern Conservatory of Music, and head of the voice department. Unknown
C074 Gilmore Ward Bryant. Mr. Bryant was Director of The Southern Conservatory of Music. Unknown
C075 Max Wiley Bryant. Max Wiley Bryant was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Ward Bryant. Mr. Bryant was Director of the Southern Conservatory of Music. Unknown
D001 W. Main St. looking west. Postcard. ca. 1910. View down Main St., looking west toward Five Points, with trolley tracks and wires running down middle of street, and brick commercial buildings on each side. Carl Harris
D002 W. Main St. showing F.W. Woolworth Co. ca. 1910. View down one side of Main St. shows five-story office building at number 124, housing Woolworth 5 & 10c Store, a dentist's office, etc. Further down the street are the original Post Office building and a bank next door. Carl Harris
D003 Main St. West from Post Office. Postcard. ca. 1910. View shows Durham's first Post Office sitting at an angle to the street, with a small guard booth in the street in front of the building. Savings & Loan Co. is in building next door. Carl Harris
D004 Loan & Trust Bldg. W. Main St. ca. 1910. Five-story office building has banking on first floor, barber shop in basement, chemical company office, a dentist, and other assorted enterprises. Unknown
D005 Durham Cotton Mill. E. Main St. & Angier. ca. 1910. Early view of building. Unknown
D006 Durham Hosiery Mills, #1. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D007 First National Bank Bldg. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Location: SE corner of Main & Corcoran Sts. Carl Harris
D008 Hotel Malbourne. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Location: NW corner of Main & Roxboro Sts. Carl Harris
D009 Main Street looking east from the Old Post Office. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D010 City Park, downtown. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D011 Country Club. ca. 1910. From a postcard. The Club was built on land owned by John Sprunt Hill, at what is now the intersection of Hillandale Rd. and Club Boulevard. Carl Harris
D012 Main Street looking west. ca. 1910. Ground level view from post card. Carl Harris
D013 Fertilizer Plant, V.C.C. Co. ca. 1910. In east Durham, off Angier Ave. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D014 North Dormitory, Trinity College. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D015 Geer Building. ca. 1910 (Prob. 1914). Was in downtown Durham at corner of Main & Corcoran Sts. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D016 First Baptist Church. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D017 Beverly Apartments ca. 1921. Also known as Watts Apts. From a postcard. George Watts owned this apartment building at the corner of Watts and Main Streets. Revenue from the apartments was used in the funding of Watts Hospital. Carl Harris
D018 J. Sprunt Hill House. ca. 1910. On S. Duke Street. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D019 First National Bank Bldg. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D020 Orpheum Theatre & Hotel Malbourne. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D021 Liggett & Myers Tobacco Plant. ca. 1910. From a postcard. On Main Street. Carl Harris
D022 Lincoln Hospital. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D023 Maplewood Cemetery. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D024 Trinity Methodist Church. ca. 1910. On Church St., near Parrish. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D025 W. Duke Sons & Co., branch of L&M Tobacco. ca. 1910. Three small shots showing the making and packaging of Fatima and Piedmont cigarettes. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D026 Fidelity Bank & F.W. Woolworth Co. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D027 Stagg house. ca. 1910. Mr. James E. Stagg's house, corner of Morehead and Vickers Avenues. House known as Greystone and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Carl Harris
D028 B.N. Duke House, 'Four Acres.' ca. 1910. In block of W. Chapel Hill, Duke, and Willard Sts. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D029 Erwin Cotton Mill #4. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Location: W. Main & Ninth Sts. Carl Harris
D030 Geer Building without awnings. ca. 1910 (Prob. 1914). From a postcard. Located at Main & Corcoran Sts. Carl Harris
D031 Memorial M.E. Church. ca. 1910. Now Duke Memorial Methodist Church, corner Duke & Chapel Hill Sts. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D032 Liggett & Myers Tobacco Factory, Main St. ca. 1910. Rear view. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D033 Durham Cotton Mfg. Co. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D034 Golden Belt Manufacturing Co. ca. 1910. On East Main St. From a postcard. Manufacturers of cloth bags in which to sell tobacco, flour, cornmeal, salt, etc. Carl Harris
D035 Durham County Court House. ca. 1915. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D036 Trinity College. Main Entrance & W. Duke Hall. ca. 1919. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D037 Blackwell's Tobacco Factory. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D038 Durham County Courthouse. ca. 1910. Side view. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D039 Union Station. Postcard. ca. 1910. Postcard shows Durham's railroad station from the front. Message written over the picture reads: 'How are you since you came back from the Exposition? I know you had a grand time, wish I could have been there with you. I am working in Creedmoor now, and am having a good time. Hope you are still thinking like I told you. E.L. Aiken.' Carl Harris
D040 Trinity College. Bird's eye view. ca. 1910. From a postcard drawing. Carl Harris
D041 Union Station, track side with trains. ca. 1910. Durham's railroad station. From a postcard. Carl Harris
D042 Durham High Mandolin & Ukulele Clubs. 1921. From yearbook, The Messenger. Brent Glass
D043 Page from Durham High Yearbook, The Messenger. 1922. Durham High students: Grace E. Brown, Roman Harton, Sarah E. Salmon, Claude May, Coline Massey. Brent Glass
D044 Louisiana Carolina Hawkins Day. 'Lou'. ca. 1910. Outside the Card house. Ms. Day, an African-American, was the family cook. Helen Card Upchurch
D045 George Watts (Watts St.) School. 1918. Helen Card Upchurch
D046 City High School. Postcard. ca. 1910. On N. Duke Street, two-story double winged brick building with central rotunda and columns in front was an imposing educational building at the time. Became Durham High School and then Durham Magnet Center. Carl Harris
D047 Card House. 1110 Minerva Ave. 1910. Corner of Minerva and Buchanan. To left, Prof. W.H. Wannamaker's house. To right, C.H. Livengood's house. Helen Card Upchurch
D048 Wilbur Card family at their house. 1916. On porch: Anna Waldo Card, Wilbur Card, Elizabeth Cecilia, and Helen Kendrick. 1110 Minerva Ave. Helen Card Upchurch
D049 Memorial Methodist Church. Engraving. ca. 1910. Postcard shows engraving of church which still stands at Chapel Hill & Duke Sts. Now Duke Memorial Methodist Church. Archives & History, Neg.#N.73.3.101
D050 Trinity College. Gateway. c. 1910. Postcard shows details of construction and ornamentation of double-arched gateway. Washington Duke Bldg. is in background, with Trinity pavilion at right. Carl Harris
D051 Hotel Lochmoor. Postcard, ca. 1910. Steel engraving reproduction of a photograph showing detail of ornamentation. Note electric lightbulbs suspended from bottom of 2nd floor porch. Located on E. Main St. near Roxboro. Carl Harris
D052 Southern Conservatory of Music. Postcard. ca. 1910. Moorish-style building at corner of Main & Duke Sts. Carl Harris
D053 Trinity Methodist Church. ca. 1910. This church would have been a landmark in any city, with its imposing spire. It was dedicated on April 27, 1887, and was destroyed by fire in 1923. Located on Church Street. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D054 'Four Acres.' House of B.N. Duke. ca. 1918. Built on the SE corner of Duke & Chapel Hill Sts., this town house of B.N. Duke was his second home on that site. (First was called The Terrace.) It was built in 1910 and razed in 1961 (see I001-02), whereupon N.C. Mutual Ins. Co. built its headquarters on the site. Unknown
D055 The Arcade Theatre, Hotel Lochmoor, and YMCA. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Block of commercial buildings located on E. Main St. near Roxboro. Carl Harris
D056 View near E. Main at Roxboro Sts. ca. 1915. The old Orpheum Theatre is on the left. Beyond are the Malbourne Hotel and First Presbyterian Church. Note mule-drawn wagon at streetside on right in front of YMCA, as well as trolley tracks down center of street. W.G. Plyler
D057 Durham Public Library. Original bldg., rear view. ca. 1910. From a postcard, the engraving shows the hexagonal extension on the rear of a wooden building with front porch (not visible) and horseshoe fascia across the roof gables. This was the town's first library, built in 1898 at Five Points. Carl Harris
D058 New Academy of Music. Postcard. ca. 1910. Photo shows massive building almost a block long, on Parrish St. Unknown
D059 L&M Leaf Plant & Warehouses. Two panoramas. ca. 1910. Front and back views of the Liggett & Myers tobacco plant and warehouse, probably used by the corporation for display purposes.  Front view actually centers on old Durham Fire House -- now removed -- which was part of the complex. L&M Research Center
D060 The Citizens National Bank. ca. 1910. Building at 105 W. Main St. shared offices with Southgate & Sons Insurance, formerly Morehead Banking Co. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D061 Main & Corcoran Sts. Two photos. 1912-1914. (top) 1912 photo shows ravages of fire on that corner. (bottom) Corner is completely rebuilt, with Blacknall's Drugstore, The Fidelity Bank, and F.W. Woolworth's in the Geer Building. Photographer: Holladay Helen Card Upchurch
D062 Main & Corcoran Sts. before fire of 1914. 1914. Photo labeled 'before' shows intact block of commercial buildings, including Blacknall's Drug Store. Photographer: Holladay. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, Craven-Pegram Collection
D063 Main & Corcoran St. after the fire of 1914. 1914. Photo labeled 'after' was taken from rooftop across the street and shows massive fire damage. The entire block appears to be gutted. Photographer: Hollday Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, Craven-Pegram Collection
D064 Burned-out Main St. between Corcoran & Mangum. 1914. Postcard shows ravages of fire which burned out entire city block. This view looks west toward the original Post Office across the street from what used to be Blacknall's Drug Store. Photo was taken from rooftop -- note two men atop light poles on both sides of street. D.W. Newsom
D065 Firemen Fighting a Fire. ca. 1910-14. Photo taken at night of a fire so extensive and bright that the silver on the negative has been completely oxidized. This may be the 1914 fire on Main St. Only hoses in the street, outlines of firemen not directly involved, and the pump wagon can be discerned. B. Hicks
D066 Gattis Newton Clothing Co. Interior. 1910. Long shot toward rear of store with counters and shelves along both sides. Located at 113 E. Main St. in a block of buildings owned by Richard Wright, this was the 2nd clothing store in Durham. Pictured toward foreground are owners Lee Roy Gattis, by cane stand, and Walter Newton, behind counter. Note wooden floors and Italian-type stucco ceiling. Mr. & Mrs. Lochlin Ward
D067 Washington Duke Bldg. Trinity College. Postcard. ca. 1910. Steel engraving of the original Wash. Duke Building showing its classical symmetrical lines. The building burned in 1911. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.75.2.246
D068 Burned-Out Tower, Wash. Duke Bldg. Trinity College. 1911. All that remains of building pictured in D067 is the central tower, completely gutted. Eventually the tower was razed and no further plans were made for setting a building directly behind the gates of the college. Helen Card Upchurch
D069 Students at Trinity College. ca. 1911. Dallas Walton Newsom and his brother Marion Eugene relax leaning against the fountain which was all that was left of the Washington Duke Building and its landscaping after the fire of 1911. Eventually a commemorative statue of Duke was placed on the site. D.W. Newsom
D070 Famous Macadam Road, near Durham. Postcard. ca. 1910. Macadam roads were hard-surfaced roads perfected by Macadam. This view shows the road progressing out to the country past a very large house. Carl Harris
D071 Fairntosh. Main gates and house. ca. 1910. Round stone and mortar pillars mark the main entrance to a huge plantation located on Old Oxford Rd. near Staggville. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.72.12.229
D072 Fairntosh. Side gateway and houses. ca. 1910. At least two houses of this extensive plantation can be seen from outside the gate. Archives & History, Neg.#N.72.12.230
D073 Fairntosh. Cemetery. ca. 1910. Fenced-in family cemetery features obelisk memorial and benches. Archives and History, Neg.#N.72.12.231
D074 Fairntosh. Roadway. ca. 1910. Roadway reveals rustic nature of location of the plantation. Archives & History, Neg.#N72.12.232
D075 Tobacco Machine. Leaf Processing Plant. ca. 1910. Pictured is a conveyor-belt system for processing tobacco. Photographer: Junius Beard Bill Hicks
D076 Tobacco-Bagging Machine. Cigarette mfg. plant. ca. 1910. Machine bagged tobacco in cloth bags and wrapped label around the outside of the bags. Note table at left loaded with rows of filled bags. Cartons in rear are printed woith label for Bull Durham Tobacco. Photographer: Junius Beard Bill Hicks
D077 Durham 'Renowned Around the World' Sign. 1913. City sign, heralding progress, health, wealth, and success, was mounted on a 3-story commercial building roof on Main St. and illuminated at night. Photographer Junius Beard. Bill Hicks
D078 Horse-Drawn Hosewagon and Fire Crew. 1910. Fourteen men dressed in various modes of uniform stand in and around ladder wagon parked in front of YMCA. Unknown
D079 Firemen, Company 2. Portrait. 1910. Six firemen in full uniform pose on and near their horse-drawn hose and ladder wagon in front of Fire Station #2, located on W. Main St., between two L&M warehouses. Unknown
D080 Durham Fire Dept. Horsedrawn Hosewagon #2. 1914. Five men pose with hosewagon typical of those used until 1918 when horses were removed. Wagon stands in front of old Fire Station #1, near Mangum & Holloway. J.M. Durham
D081 Steamer & Hosewagon at #2 Fire Station. ca. 1910. Firemen and horsedrawn equipment shown out for a drill. Unknown
D082 Firemen with Boy on Horseback. Trickriding. ca. 1910. Stunt formation with horses, firemen, and small boy. Note how a strap has been placed through the bit rings of all five horses to keep them steady. Unknown
D083 Durham Fire Dept.'s 1st Motor Apparatus. 1912 & 1915. Two pictures. On right is Durham's first motorized hose truck, with crew of four men. On left is the back half of Durham's first motor-driven hook-&-ladder truck, with crew and civilian officials. Unknown
D084 Testing Fire Equipment. DFD's Motor Fleet. 1919. A small water reservoir by the L&M tobacco warehouses is the scene of testing of a motorized pump and hosewagon. Engine bonnet is raised, facilitating test for both firemen and onlookers. Unknown
D085 Fire Station #1. Mangum & Holloway Sts. ca. 1910. Open ports of fire station reveal motor-driven hose and pump wagon and hook-and-ladder wagon with station crew aboard. Unknown
D086 Durham Fire Station #2, with 2 types of hosewagon. ca.1910. Fire Station #2, located between L&M warehouses, displays both motorized and horse-drawn versions of hose wagon pulled out of engine doors. Unknown
D087 Durham Fire Station #3, with old and new hosewagons.ca.1910. As in D086, Station #3 displays its motorized and horsedrawn versions of hose trucks. Unknown
D088 Durham Fire Dept. Portrait of Personnel. ca. 1910. Nineteen men in dress uniform stand for official picture in front of fire station. Unknown
D089 Durham Fire Dept. Companies # 1 and 2. 1911. Organizational poster showing firemen, machines, and workhorses of the designated companies.Photographer: Hitchcock Studio S.N. Durham
D090 Durham Traction Co. Personnel Group Photo. 1908. Thirty-two trolley attendants pose for their company picture in front of a trolley car. Owner is man in overcoat and derby in middle of front row. Man in light coat to his left is R.A. Tippet. W.G. Plyler
D091 Trolley Car Stop at Lakewood Park. 1910. Sheltered stop has benches, with lights strung along eaves. Trolley is open-sided, with running board. In background are the buildings and grounds of Lakewood Park. W.G. Plyler
D092 Laying New Trolley Tracks. Holloway St. 1919. Three men working on the tracks and iron cross-ties of trolley rails prior to laying them. Cart holding electric generator for welder is behind them. This was one of the earliest electric welding jobs. Man seated in center is G. Maynard. Graham Maynard
D093 Duke Power Co. Maiden Bus Run. 1912. Commemorative photo of maiden run of 4-wheeled gas transport in Durham taken on corner of Corcoran & Main Sts. in front of original post office. Open, surrey-topped bus has capacity of 20, including driver. In second row from front are Lee Roy Gattis, in straw hat, and Gertrude Gattis, his wife. Mr. & Mrs. Lochlin Ward
D094 S.E. Rochelle Battery & Electrical Co. 1912. The motorcycle dealer of Durham, S.E. Rochelle (2nd from right) shows off his various brands of motorcycles and riding gear with customers and help in front of his store, at the corner of Parrish & Corcoran Sts. S.E. Rochelle
D095 S.E. Rochelle & Friend. Motorcycle Buddies. ca. 1910. Mr. Rochelle (on left) and friend pose at the back of Rochelle's store. S.E. Rochelle
D096 Motordrome Arena. Exterior with riders. ca. 1910. The Whirl of Death was a motorcycle arena for traveling carnivals created by the American Motordrome Co. S.E. Rochelle shows off four of his motorcycles at right. He is at far left. S.E. Rochelle
D097 Motordrome Arena. Interior with Cyclist. ca. 1910. Stop action photo of trick cyclist riding around wall of motordrome, with his feet on the handlebars. S.E. Rochelle
D098 'Deathtrap' Motordrome Arena. Exterior. ca. 1910. Another example of a daredevil motorcycle arena, which appears to be set up on a downtown vacant lot. S.E. Rochelle
D099 Railroad Crossing with Autos. East Durham, ca. 1910. Photo of RR crossing just east of downtown Durham, showing autos and pedestrians stopped, waiting for freight train to pass. Durham Police Deptartment
D100 Seeman Printery Personnel. 1917. Ten men of varying ages and functions within the printery gather outside the shop on Corcoran St. between Peabody & Main. (l. to r.) E.H. Pendergraft, N.B. Lockwood, W.H. Upchurch, L.W. Hutchings, D.R. Ivey, J.A. Albright, C.P. Ethridge, E.D. Fowler, (?), Reid Boswell. Fisher-Harrison Corporation
D101 World War I Soldiers, Company M. ca. 1914?. All are from Durham. Many did not return from the war. Picture taken in front of old courthouse. Photographer: Holladay Mrs. H.E. Crutchfield
D102 World War I Soldiers on Trinity Campus. ca. 1915. Among those pictured are Judge Sykes, W.P. Few, J.S. Carr, Col. J.H. Erwin, Capt. Card. The Ark is in far right background. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D103 Durham Hosiery Mill Band. Company Brass Band. ca. 1910. Eighteen men in band uniforms pose with instruments ranging from trombones and trumpets to French horns and tubas. Unknown
D104 Durham Hosiery Mill Baseball Team. City Champions. 1910. Eleven-man baseball team poses with coaches and sponsors for a formal portrait of the Durham City Baseball League Champions of 1910. Unknown
D105 Durham Hosiery Mill Baseball Team. ca. 1918. Thirteen-man baseball team gathers on steps of a mill in Edgemont for a group photo. Mrs. H.E. Crutchfield
D106 West Durham Graded School. Exterior. ca. 1910-20. All students assembled on porch and in front of two-story school, boys and girls separated. Pegram Craven Collection., Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University.
D107 Trinity Presbyterian Church Sunday School Class. ca. 1910. Members of the first Sunday School class of Trinity Presbyterian Church pose in front of Pearl Mill door. Miss Hallie Pope is in center of front row. Hassie Dunnegan
D108 Young Church Members. Two photos. ca. 1910. (top): Women, young ladies, and girls in Sunday clothes. (bottom): A group of altar boys poses beside church. Photographer: Felicia Kueffner Sears Mary Jane Credle
D109 Julian S. Carr Family. Front step photo. ca. 1910. Nine members of Carr family gather on steps of Carr house for group photo. Unknown
D110 Julian S. Carr Family. Humorous portrait. ca. 1910. Two male Carr wags pose in straw hats, suits, and ties, driving two toy cars. Unknown
D111 Carr Family & Friends. Street Scene. ca. 1912. Members of Carr family and/or freinds pose for snapshot against downtown brick building with Coca-Cola sign. Unknown
D112 Member of Mangum Family. Portrait. ca. 1910. Formal portrait in serious pose. Photographer: Hugh Mangum Mangum Museum, Eno River Park
D113 Kodak Club. University Station. 1918. Photo shows interior of one-room schoolhouse where 4 boys have gathered for a meeting of the Kodak Club, on May 5, 1918. Second from right is Thurmond Johnson. Junius Beard
D114 Mangum Cottage Gallery. Photographer's Advert. ca. 1918. Located on Main St., near the Jordan transfer, this photographer's gallery offered a special to school children. David Page
D115 Motorcycling in Wilmington. Walter Mills. 1914. Durhamite Walter Mills, 23, 'rides' his red Indian motorcycle across the street from the courthouse in Wilmington. Walter Mills
D116 Outing in a modern automobile. ca. 1910. Five women in driving outfits pose with man in their brand new car. Pegram Craven Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D117 Mary Duke & Family. Auto Outing. ca. 1910. Mary Duke, behind wheel of car, poses with children and relatives outside 'Fairview,' the house of Washington Duke. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D118 Sarah Pearson Duke. Formal Portrait. ca. 1915. Formal photograph of the wife of B.N. Duke, grandmother of Mary Semans. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D119 B.L. Duke & Wife in Cadillac. ca. 1912. Brodie Leonidas Duke and his 4th wife, Wylanta Rochelle Duke, pose in a chauffered Cadillac parked in front of B.L. Duke's house on Duke St., between Trinity & Morgan. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D120 Lessie Southgate Simmons. ca. 1910. Subject stands next to piano holding music. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D121 James Southgate, nurse, and friends. ca. 1917. Elderly James Southgate sits in rocker, attended by nurse and young cadet friend. Southgate Jones Collection., Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D122 Card Family. Snapshot in back of Card house. ca. 1910. Wilbur and Anna Card and their two daughters Elizabeth and Helen pose in back of their house across the street from Trinity College. House is on corner of Minerva and Buchanan. Prof. W.K. Boyd's house is in the background. Helen Card Upchurch
D123 Senior Class, East Durham Graded School. ca. 1910. Seventeen students pose with teachers for class photo on the steps of East Durham High School. Source's first cousin is third from right, first row. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
D124 Goodwin-Newton Family. Couple with Ford Automobile. ca.1910. Source's father and mother pose at hill top with new Ford motor car between them. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton (nee Goodwin)
D125 Wallace Goodwin and Sister. Baby Outing. ca. 1910. Baby brother Wallace is pulled in rattan baby cart by his older sister (source). Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
D126 Wallace Goodwin. Baby Brother in yard. ca. 1910. Source's baby brother Wallace (see D125) sits in a small chair in front of a cactus, surrounded by a circle of bricks in their yard on Proctor St. (now Salem St.). Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
D127 Goodwin Family. Baxter, Garland, & L.C. ca. 1910. Two young men and a small boy (L.C.) pose in rakish attitudes on a hill. Baxter is cousin and Garland and L.C. are brothers of source. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
D128 Goodwin Family. 2 Men and Motorcycle. ca. 1915. Uncle of source, wearing belted jacket and laced boots, with cycle that brother of source bought from S.E. Rochelle. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
D129 Williams Family. Clifford and Ray. ca. 1918. Two small boys, approx. 3 & 4 years old, in smocks, pose next to shed and woodpile on a farm in winter. They are first cousins of source. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
D130 Andrew Curtis Goodwin. Inspector, Dhm. Traction Co. ca.1910. Photo of man in trolley company uniform with inspector's ranking. Note sleeve, lapel, and cap insignia. Man is source's uncle. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
D131 Goodwin-Ladd Family. Two photos. ca. 1918. Location of both photos is Snow Hill Farm, on Snow Hill Rd. Photo on left shows couple standing in the yard. Photo on right is of source's uncle, Holt Ladd, in bib overalls and jacket, posing with hunting dog and shotgun. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton (nee Goodwin)
D132 Goodwin-Newton Family. Rufus Newton & Sister. ca. 1910. Two babies in a rattan baby carriage pose for picture in backyard of house in Raleigh. The boy, Rufus, later moved to Durham and married source. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton (nee Goodwin)
D133 Goodwin-Newton Family. Front Porch Photo. ca. 1910. Members of the Goodwin-Newton family pose for a snapshot on porch of family home. (Mother and children?) Mrs. Rufus E. Newton (nee Goodwin)
D134 Stella Beckwith & Ella Leathers in Fashionable Dress.ca.1914. Friends of the family show their fine outing costumes in WWI era. Mrs. G. Rosberry
D135 Wrenn Family. 3 Women in Elaborate Dress. ca. 1910. Alice Valeria Wrenn Powell (seated) and two other women, possibly sisters or bridesmaids, pose for formal portrait in fine dress. Photographer: Shelburne Sybil Tyndall
D136 Wrenn Family. Father & Sons. ca. 1910. Nat Wrenn (center) with sons Walter & David (behind) and Frank (l.) and William. His wife gave the land for the Angier Ave. Baptist Church in 1889. Sybil Tyndall
D137 Beatrice & Graham Maynard. Boat Ride. 1916. Engaged couple boat on Durham Reservoir at Club Blvd. & Hillandale Rd. Graham also appears in D092. Photographer: Ezra King Graham Maynard
D138 Dunnegan Family. Child in Goat Cart. 1914. Virginia Dare Dunnegan Schneel is shown as a little girl driving a 4-wheeled goat cart in front of her house on Trinity & Foster Sts. Note tobacco factory in background. Hassie Dunnegan
D139 Tessie Dunnegan Wicks & Myrtle Baker Wandrum. 1917. Two people in buggy pulled by a mule. Hassie Dunnegan
D140 Women Wearing Ornate Hats. Two Photos. ca. 1910. Two pictures of women wearing ornate hats. Photographer: Felicia Kueffner Sears Mary Jane Credle
D141 Three men and a Goat. Downtown Durham. ca. 1910. Herbert Kueffner and friends amuse themselves riding a goat in front of a store. Photographer: Felicia Kueffner Sears Mary Jane Credle
D142 Boy on a Small Mule or Donkey. Postcard. ca. 1910. Photo of young boy riding decorated mule or donkey is a copy taken from a postcard popular during the first 3 decades of the 20th century. This is probably a 'kiddie ride' in a travelling carnival. Unknown
D143 Durhamites Enjoy Sunshine. Two photos. 1910. (top): Frances Rozier and Clyde Kerns pose in front of tall shrubbery. (bottom): Two women pose with tobacco warehouse in the background. Both pictures show details of fashion of the time. Photographer: Felicia Kueffner Sears Mary Jane Credle
D144 Postcard: 'Can't Break Away from Durham, NC.' ca. 1910. Public relations photo shows young man's unsuccessful attempt to pull away from young woman who has lassoed him. Unknown
D145 Country Sign. Perry-Horton Shoe Co. ca. 1910. A man and two boys drape themselves around and on top of a small wooden sign for Perry-Horton Shoe Co., staked out by a country road. Unknown
D146 Gen. Julian S. Carr. Travels Out West. 1916. General J.S. Carr stands between Chief Fig Tree John and his wife in front of the chief's house on the reservation 1/2 mile from Garraucho. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, Pegram-Craven Collection
D147 N.C. Central Univ. Chidley Hall. ca. 1910. Chidley Hall, the oldest dormitory on campus of NCCU, then named College for Negroes. Unknown
D148 Stanford L. Warren Library. Three photos. ca. 1917. The original building was located at the corner of Pettigrew & Fayetteville Sts. and was called the Durham Colored Library. (left): interior of library; Mrs. Hattie B. Wooten is at the second table, seventh from left. (middle): exterior of predecessor building. (right): interior view. Mrs. Lyda Merrick
D149 Eleta Atwater. Graduation. 1916. Mrs. Mamie H. Atwater sits while her daughter Eleta (later Eleta A. Harris) stands for a picture commemorating graduation from J.A. Whitted School. See B001 for wedding picture of her parents. Mayme Harris Perry
D150 Formal Portrait. Subject Unknown. ca. 1918. African-American woman. Unknown
D151 Fred Atwater. Portrait. 1910. African-American man in his twenties wears Panama hat and bat-wing collar. Atwater died 2/13/43 in Mansfield, Ohio. Mattie Joyner Canty
D152 Gunn Family. Grandfather in WWI Uniform. ca. 1914. Lloyd Gunn's grandfather in photographer's studio, wearing World War I uniform. Lloyd Gunn
D153 Johnny Scarborough, Jr. Studio Portrait. ca. 1910. Formal photo of approx. 3-year old boy in dress-up attire, standing in a wicker chair. Scarborough Family Archives
D154 Brookstown Family. Formal Portrait of Young Boy. ca. 1910. Young boy in sailor outfit sits reading in ornately carved chair. Unknown
D155 Brookstown Family. Formal Portrait. Mother in fur jacket and hat sits with three children. Unknown
D156 Scarborough Family. Boy on Iron Tricycle. ca. 1910. African-American boy in wool cap, sailor suit, and snap-up wollen leggings poses for photo astride iron tricycle. Scarborough Family Archives
D157 Iola C. Allen. 1916. Ms. Allen seated in chair outside her Piedmont Ave. house, just after work. She was a cook at a nearby cafe. Iola C. Allen
D158 Excursion Train Wreck. Hamlet, NC. 1911. Occasion was St. Joseph's Church picnic to be held near Hamlet on July 27, 1911. The train carrying the church group was wrecked, with many dead and injured. The father and uncle of source are in this photo. Photographer: F. Marchant, Hamlet. Eliza Ford
D159 Durham County Garbage Dump. Caravan of Carts. ca. 1925. Photo shows shelter with smoke stack out in the country, with a line of horse-drawn garbage wagons moving toward it on East Main Street. Photographer: Ramsey-Kock Studio, Durham S.C. Rochelle
D160 Railroad Crossing, Chapel Hill & Great Jones Sts. ca. 1910. Photo shows traffic waiting on far side of intersection. Durham Police Deptartment
D161 Railroad Crossing. Eyelevel View. ca. 1910. Photo shows trolley car and dray truck at railroad crossing waiting for freight train to pass. Durham Police Deptartment
D162 Railroad Crossing, East Durham. ca. 1910. Photo shows blurred train rushing through as trolley, auto, and pedestrian wait between tracks. Durham Police Deptartment
D163 Railroad Crossing Across from Southern Feed Co. ca. 1910. Photo shows trains passing on both sides of auto stopped in the middle. Durham Police Deptartment
D164 Eno Station. Eno River Mill. 1916. Photo shows smokestacks and houses of the station, appearing to be in the woods, with a trail leading up to the complex. Helen Liantis
D165 Eno Station. Closeup of Buildings. ca. 1917. Close-up of buildings seen in D164. Helen Liantis
D166 Eno River Dam. Looking Upriver. 1917. Built in 1879, the dam created a small reservoir of water, which can barely be seen upstream. Helen Liantis
D167 Bennett Place. Historic Civil War Landmark. ca. 1910. The two houses of James Bennett, where Gen. Johnston surrendered to Gen. Sherman in 1865. The fences and some of the trees are gone. Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.2
D168 Bennett Place. Civil War Landmark. Interior. ca. 1910. Photo shows fireplace, enclosed stairwell, and rafters of main house superimposed on previous photo. Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.4
D169 Duke Homestead. Second tobacco factory. ca. 1910. Roof and wall slightly sagging, still Washington Duke's 2nd tobacco factory looks basically untouched since the 1880's. Archives& History, Neg.#N.73.10.282
D170 Chapel Hill St. ca. 1910. Looking down unpaved street with trolley tracks, toward railroad crossing, before underpass was built. Note tower on left, gas buggies, and intersection traffic light. Southgate Jones Collection, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
D171 St. Joseph's First Minister and his Wife. 2 photos. ca.1910. The first minister of St. Joseph's AME Church is seen on the left, his wife on the right. Photos are half-tones copied from a book on the history of the church. Unknown
D172 Goodwin-Newton Family. Father of Mrs. R.E. Newton.ca.1910. Photo of cab of train engine #100, with father of source, a brakeman for the railroad, standing on upper step. He later worked on streetcars. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
D173 N.C. Mutual Life Insurance Company. Office Force. ca. 1910. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D174 N.C. Mutual Life Insurance Company. Officers. ca. 1911. Left to right: A.M. Moore, John M. Avery, John Merrick, Ed Merrick, C.C. Spaulding. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D175 Richard B. Fitzgerald House. ca. 1910. House of brick manufacturer, in vicinity of Gattis & Wilkerson Sts. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D176 Booker T. Washington Visits Durham. Group photo. ca. 1910. Mr. Washington is in center, sixth from right. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D177 N. C. College. Auditorium and Girls' Dorm. ca. 1910. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D178 North Carolina College. Campus Building. 1910. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D179 North Carolina College. Dining Hall. 1910. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D180 Carolina Funeral Home. Wm. A. Amey & E.G. Spaulding. 1910. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D181 John Merrick. ca. 1910. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D182 John Merrick House. 106 Fayetteville St. 1910. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
D183 Annie Day Shepard. ca. 1914. Wife of James E. Shepard, founder of North Carolina Central University, then College for Negroes. Unknown
D184 House of David S. Cole & Corrina C. Weaver Cole. ca.1915. The Coles with children Mary Gladys and Hazel Lewis. Randy Carden
D185 Fire Equipment Parade. Photo shows both horse-drawn and motorized equipment. Unknown
D186 Corcoran St. Looking South. Unknown
D187 Durham Hosiery Mill Management. Compare with E061 for a later version. Unknown
D188 Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias. June 9, 1914. Photographer: The Halladay Studio, Durham, N.C. Mrs. John Graham Webb, Queen St., Hillsborough, N.C.
D189 White Cross School. ca. 1917. Teacher is Annie Lindsey, who married Oscar A. Pickett, and died ca. 1920. Unknown
D190 Four Pharmacists. 1. Unknown 2. Harris King 3. Charles King 4. Sam Lindsey Unknown
D191 Academy of Music. Scene from a Play. 1915. Annie Lindsey is second from right. Teacher was Mrs. Yancey. Unknown
D192 Lowes Grove School. ca. 1900. Row 1. Annie O'Briant, Essie Yates (?), Jim Lowe, Pattie Hopson (Blackwood), Esther Yates, Ethel High. Row 2. Zeb Green (with dog, Shep), Fannie Green, Lillie High (Mattox), Lola Herndon, Sula Pendergrass, Gille Hopson (Ferrell), Ila Ferrell (Cox), Eula O'Briant (Hopson), Allene Green Row 3. Ava Ferrell, Ed Hopson, Lila Shipp (Lowe), Carrie Green, Miss Laura Breeze, teacher, Maggie Green, Nannie Hopson (Dolph's daughter), Nettie Lewter, Nannie Hopson (Pete's daughter from Nelson). Row 4. Scott Green, Johnny Shipp, Virgie Green, Lille Lewter, Dora Lowe (Beck), Ella O'Briant, Berta Hopson (O'Briant), Ida Hopson (Pete's daughter). Row 5. Ed Lowe, E.O. Ferrell, David O'Briant, Frank Pendergrass, Needham Shipp, Johnny Hopson, George Pendergrass, Lewis Lowe. Standing in doorway: Charlie Luther Hopson. Audrey Evans
D193 Durham High School. The Merchant of Venice. 1908. Photo of cast of the Shakespeare play directed by Lela Markham (Brogden). Mary Brogden
D194 Durham High School. The Merchant of Venice. 1913. Left to right: Mary Erwin, Leon W. Powell, Irving Allen, Nancy Green, James R. Patton, Jr., Zalena Allen, Blackwell Markham. Unknown
D195 House of Leonidas & Lucy Bacon James. Built 1907-8. House was at 1802 Chapel Hill Rd. Leonidas James was president of James Lumber Co. (1902). His office was in the Wright Building on W. Main St. The lumber mill was in the Redwood Community. Mrs. P.W. Hutchings
D196 Group Photograph. A Women's Association? ca. 1908. Bottom row: Mary Crabtree Yancey, Sadye Hackney Markham, Lily Cowan Mitchell, unknown. Second row: Unknown, Sara Cowan, unknown. Back row: Unknown, Hortense Cowan, Ida Cowan, Gussie Michaels Alston, Reba New Hobgood, Pauline Whitaker, Jessie Massie, Jessica Hibberd, Martha Cowan Kukor, Betty Hunt Carr (wife of Dr. George Carr, dentist). Unknown
D197 First Baptist Church, Men's Bible Class. 1914. Judge Brogden, teacher. Some members listed: D.H. Wilcox, Dr. B.W. Fassett, Bob Rigsbee, B.D. Ashlin, R.T. Howerton, Steve Cannady, L.G. Cole, Dan Horton. Photographer: Hitchcock Studio. Unknown
D198 Durham Traction Co. Trolley Car. ca. 1908. Unknown
D199 Bethesda School. Group Portrait. 1910 Unknown
D200 Children of Mr. & Mrs. W.W. Carr. ca. 1910. Unknown
D201 Geer Building. Architectural rendering of exterior.ca.1915. Unknown
D202 Geer Building. Cross section rendering. ca. 1915. Unknown
D203 Five Points Looking East. ca. 1916. Original building of Durham County Library is in center. Unknown
D204 Robert Littleton Mitchell, ca. 1915. Portrait in uniform of the first man from Durham killed in World War I, October 12, 1918. Unknown
D205 Southern Conservatory of Music. Faculty & Students.1914-15. Southern Conservatory of Music, Duke St. at Main St., Durham. The portion of the three-sectioned Conservatory seen in this photo is the residence section. It contained dormitory rooms, reception hall, sitting rooms, and dining hall. It was the section next to Main St., with the entrance seen in this photo facing Duke Street. Back row: Mr. W.H. Overton, Mrs. G.W. Bryant, Felicia Kueffner (Sears), Miss Alice Hundley (with brimmed hat). Front row, center, is Mr. Gilmore WArd Bryant, Director. Unknown
D206 Southern Conservatory of Music. ca. 1914?. On corner of Main & Duke Sts. Unknown
D207 Southern Conservatory of Music Class of 1919. 5th from left: Bertha 'Bert' Estelle Maye (Mrs. James Patton Jr. of Durham). Unknown
E001 William Thaddeus Redmond. ca. 1920. Civil War Confederate veteran in uniform. A member of the 'C' Sixth Regiment, Infantry, he was wounded in the right arm at Gettysburg while carrying the colors. See also E002. Photographer: Johnson Studios, Durham. Donald O. Brogden, Jr.
E002 William Thaddeus Redmond. Portrait. 1926. Closeup shot of Civil War veteran. See also E001. Photographer: Johnson Studios, Durham. (Mrs. Katie Johnson) Donald O. Brogden, Jr.
E003 Four major industrial sites. 1928. Durham Hosiery Mills, no. 1; Morven Cotton Mills; Durham Cotton Mfg. Co.; Golden Belt Mfg. Co. From 'Greetings' Durham Real Estate Board. Brent Glass
E004 Eleven Civic Buildings. 1928. Erwin Auditorium; Fire Station #3; Durham Sun Bldg.; Fire Station #1; Durham Morning Herald Bldg.; Fire Station #2; Durham County Home; Salvation Army; Y.M.C.A.; Masonic Temple. From 'Greetings' Durham Real Estate Board. Brent Glass
E005 Corcoran Street, looking south. 1928. From 'Greetings' Durham Real Estate Board. Brent Glass
E006 Six Black Institutions. 1928. Hillside High School; John O'Daniel Hosiery Mills; N.C. Mutual Life Insurance Co.; White Rock Baptist Church; Lincoln Hospital; Nurses' Home, Lincoln Hospital. From 'Greetings' Durham Real Estate Board. Brent Glass
E007 Five Apartment Buildings. 1928. Old Ladies Home (King's Daughters?); Markham Apts.; The Malbourne Hotel; Griswold Apts.; Wilkerson Apts. From 'Greetings' Durham Real Estate Board. Brent Glass
E008 Four Municipal Facilities. 1928. Municipal Bldg.(Royall Arts Center); City Auditorium (Carolina Theatre); Public Library; Durham County Court House. From 'Greetings' Durham Real Estate Board. Brent Glass
E009 Washington Duke Hotel. 1928. From 'Greetings' Durham Real Estate Board. Hotel was located in block bounded by Parrish, Corcoran, Market, & Chapel Hill Sts. See E037. Brent Glass
E010 Three Scenes of Downtown Durham. 1928. Five Points; Union Bus Terminal; Post Office. From 'Greetings' Durham Real Estate Board. Brent Glass?
E011 Tilley's Stores, Inc. ca. 1920. Building on Main St. built by T.H. Lawrence, contractor. DMTW, Architects & Planners, Ltd.
E012 Green Street Houses. ca. 1920. Between Watts and Gregson Streets, built by T.H. Lawrence, contractor. DMTW, Architects & Planners, Ltd.
E013 Erwin Auditorium in the Snow. ca. 1920. DMTW Architects & Planners, Ltd.
E014 House, corner Buchanan Blvd. and Gloria Ave. ca. 1920. Built by T.H. Lawrence for Dr. Lyle Steele Booker of Watts Hospital, owner of the Durham Bulls baseball team. James F. Booker of Wilmington, Del., born in the house in 1921, and raised there until 1934.
E015 Liggett & Myers Tobacco Warehouses. Side View. ca. 1925 DMTW Architects and Planners, Ltd.
E016 House on Watts Street. ca. 1925. Built by T.H. Lawrence. DMTW Architects and Planners, Ltd.
E017 Newly Arrived Durham Bus. 1929. Parked on dirt road. Duke Power Company
E018 Trolley Cars in Storage & Maintenance Area. ca. 1920. Duke Power Company
E019 Public Service Bldg. on Hillsborough Rd. 1929. Car and truck parked outside. Duke Power Company
E020 Hope Valley Bus with Public Service Executives. 1928. Downtown area with the bus and group of men, some with panama hats. Duke Power Company
E021 Electric Trolley in Motion with conductor visible. 1928. In front of Carpenter's Top and Trim Shop -- Auto Painting. Duke Power Company
E022 Elizabeth Cecilia Card. 1920. Subject looking from front porch at 1110 Minerva Ave. across from Duke's East Campus. Helen Card Upchurch.
E023 House at Booker Dairy, with residents. ca. 1925. Raymond Durrant Gibbs (front, sitting); L-R: Leonard Staley Gibbs, Naomie Heniger Riggs Gibbs; Leona Love Gibbs; Staley Alonzo Gibbs; Epslin Roadyback Gibbs. Margie Remington
E024 Stanley (Staley?) Alonzo Gibbs at Hope Valley Dairy.ca.1920. See also E023. Margie Remington
E025 Card House seen from Duke Campus. 1926. East Campus Wall in foreground. House is at corner of Minerva Ave. and Buchanan Blvd. Helen Card Upchurch
E026 Cabin, milkhouse, & barn at 3409 Hope Valley Rd. ca. 1920. Three-room log cabin shown on left. Margie Remington
E027 Durham Residential Streets & Houses. 1928. Eight pictures of Durham's pretty houses and streets. A few identified: top center, 410 N. Buchanan, formerly home of Mrs. Higbee Avery; center, Buchanan St. looking south, Few house second from left. Note Duke East Campus without wall. Brent Glass
E028 Five Durham Mansions. Photo Montage. 1928. Photos of five large houses. Upper right: 'Four Acres', B.N. Duke; lower left: Harwood Hall, G.W. Watts, on Proctor, near Duke (razed); lower right: Stagg house, 618 Morehead. Brent Glass
E029 Seven Banking Institutions. ca. 1928. The Fidelity Bank, Durham Loan & Trust Co., First National Bank, Home Savings Bank, Merchants Bank, Citizens National Bank, and Peoples Bank. Brent Glass
E030 First National Bank. ca. 1926. This building, located at the SE corner of Main & Corcoran Sts., subsequently housed the NCNB main office. Not given
E031 Nine Religious Institutions. ca. 1928. Trinity Methodist Church, Branson Methodist, Trinity Ave. Presbyterian, St. Philip's Episcopal, Duke Memorial Methodist, First Presbyterian, First Baptist, Church of the Immaculate Conception, and East Durham Baptist Church. Brent Glass
E032 Four Durham Apartment Buildings. 1928. Four large apartment buildings: Franklin Court, Bellamy Apts., Powe Apts., and Beverly Apts. Brent Glass
E033 Four Durham Commercial-Industrial Bldgs. 1928. Economic bases of Durham are pictured here:  Pearl Cotton Mill; Austin-Heaton Co., makers of Peerless Flour; Liggett & Myers tobacco warehouses; and a panoramic view of the American Tobacco Co. Plant. Note gap where a fire station used to be. Brent Glass
E034 Durham Fire Dept. parades past East Campus. ca. 1920. Firemen on motor-driven fire equipment pass main gates of Trinity College. New East and West Duke Bldgs. are visible in the background. Source not given.
E035 Durham County Court House. Original Bldg. ca. 1920. Photo shows brick building with symmetrical architecture, arched widows, and towers, on Main Street. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
E036 Fidelity Bank. The Geer Building. ca. 1926. The Geer Building, located on the NE corner of Main & Corcoran, rebuilt after the 1914 fire, housed the Fidelity Bank main office. The bank, now Wachovia, also had branches in East & West Durham. Note boarding plank at trolley stop. No source given
E037 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. ca. 1926. Massive double-towered hotel was located on lot bounded by Parrish, Corcoran, Market, & Chapel Hill Sts., formerly site of Academy of Music. Hotel was imploded in December, 1976. No source given
E038 Five Points Drug Co. ca. 1926. Flat-iron Building at corner of Main & Chapel Hill Sts. housed drug store and other businesses. Five Points Restaurant later occupied part of the building. No source given.
E039 Rogers Drug Co. Interior. ca. 1920. Shop's location at corner of Parrish & Mangum Sts. guaranteed a firemen clientele. Photo shows Italian stucco ceiling and ornate tiled floor. Wm. F. 'Bill' Rogers, prop., stands at end of counter, left; Ralph P. Rogers, prop., is at back right. Mrs. E.C. Harris
E040 S.E. Rochelle Motorcycle Shop. ca. 1920. Interior shot of Rochelle's second shop shows stucco ceiling and brick floor. Bikes and motorbikes stand along walls and hang from ceiling. Source, at left, poses with manager and help. S.E. Rochelle
E041 First National Bank. ca. 1920. Located at the corner of Main & Corcoran Sts., this building houses the predecessor of NCNB, main office. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.75.6.1512
E042 603 Watts St. Apartment Bldg. ca. 1920. Three-story brick apartment building was built by T.H. Lawrence, a local contractor responsible for many of the fine buildings and houses in Durham. DMTW, Architects & Planners, Ltd.
E043 Powe Apartments. Three-story brick building by T.H. Lawrence. On Watts St. Brent Glass
E044 Downtown Durham. Street Scene. Looking south on corner of Main & Corcoran. First National Bank (later NCNB) is only building now remaining. Post Office was on the right, next to Fidelity Bank. No source given.
E045 Downtown Durham. Corcoran St. at Peabody. ca. 1926. Shot looks north from Railroad to Main Street and reveals two banks and hosiery mill, at right. Rooftop sign at left is for the Seeman Printery in the middle of the block. No source given.
E046 Downtown parade. ca. 1920. Marshals on horseback lead brass band (probably Durham Hosiery Mill's Band) and rest of entourage down Main St. No source given.
E047 Downtown Parade. Close-up of Fire Wagon. ca. 1920. Durham Fire Dept. parades men and equipment down Main St. in large display. No source given.
E048 Elephant Parade. Main St. ca. 1920. Photo from second story shows sidewalk filled with people watching elephants draped with signs of local businesses. Brona Hicks. Photog: Junius Beard.
E049 'Durham Renowned' Sign. Postcard. 1913. Postcard is photo of famous Durham sign which was illuminated for the first time on December 15, 1913. See also D077. No source given.
E050 Downtown Durham at night. December, 1913. Shot shows Main St. at night, illuminated by street lights, neon signs, lighted shop windows, and the 'Durham Renowned' sign. See E049. Brona Hicks. Photog: Junius Beard
E051 Rooftop photo of Durham at night. Postcard. ca. 1920. Photo focuses on 3 downtown buildings: the original Post Office, the Fidelity Bank Bldg. behind it, and the Academy of Music (later site of Washington Duke Hotel) to the right. No source given.
E052 The Orpheum Theatre at night. Outer lobby. ca. 1920. Photo of marquee, broadsides and outer lobby illuminated by neon sign and lobby lights reveals Baroque logo and decor, ticket prices, and names of vaudeville acts. Theatre was located across from the Y.M.C.A. No source given.
E053 Durham Panorama. Looking Westward. ca. 1920. From a vantage point overlooking the railroad yards, one sees the Duke Tobacco Factory to the south (left) and Main St. and the Durham Hotel (imploded 1975) to the north (right). David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University Photog: Halladay
E054 Durham Panorama. Looking Eastward. ca. 1920. From rooftop vantage point, one sees the firehouse (center left) and Main St. (right) looking east, with the courthouse, Union Station, and railroad yards. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University. Photog: Halladay
E055 Durham Panorama. Looking east and south. ca. 1925. Left to right, the courthouse, Union Station with railroad yards, and St. Joseph's AME Church (far right). Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University. Photog: Halladay
E056 Downtown Durham. Wide-angle shot. ca. 1925. Focus is on corner of Corcoran and Main Sts. looking north. Fidelity Bank Bldg., original Post Office, and Washington Duke Hotel are in cluster to the right. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University. Photog: Halladay
E057 Aerial View of Durham. Downtown business district.ca.1925. Note Union Station (lower left), courthouse, original Post Office, Fidelity Bank, and Washington Duke Hotel under construction (upper left). Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University. Photog: Halladay
E058 Aerial View of 5 Points & Manufacturing District.ca.1920. Looking west down Chapel Hill St., Main St., & Morgan St. Note Duke Memorial Methodist Church (left), Liggett & Myers Tobacco Factory (center), Five Points Druggist (center left), and City Hall & the Carolina Theatre (lower right). David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University Photog: Halladay
E059 Trinity College. West Duke Building ca. 1925. One of a matched pair of buildings now located at the Main Street entrance to Duke University's East Campus. Note location of statue of Washington Duke; later it was moved slightly back. Archives & History, Neg.#75.11.1715
E060 Women's College, Duke University, East Campus. ca. 1928. Aerial view of the Women's College, showing all present-day buildings on the quadrangle completed. Note railroad sidings across Main St. and the residential section along N. Buchanan Blvd. Archives & History, Neg.#75.2.249
E061 Durham Hosiery Mill. Meeting of Management. ca. 1920. Fifteen men and one woman pose for group shot of mill management personnel. See also D187. No source given.
E062 Golden Belt Factory. Workers' Picnic. ca. 1920?. Golden Belt workers and friends of source had a picnic lunch during work. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
E063 Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. Loading Boxes. ca. 1920. Photo taken at the rear of the cigarette factory shows a horse-drawn cart being loaded with cartons of cigarettes. Note umbrella poised to shade driver. No source given.
E064 American Tobacco Co.. Aerial View. ca. 1926. Located at the SW corner of W. Pettigrew and Blackwell Sts., building was originally the main building of W.T. Blackwell and still has the Bull Durham ads on the front. In foreground note railroad yards, signal house, etc. No source given
E065 Erwin Mills. Looking along Main St. ca. 1920. Photo shows classic mill structure, part of Burlington Domestics. This mill was the principal industry of West Durham. Windows were later bricked up, with advent of air-conditioning. No source given
E066 Erwin Mills. Panorama. ca. 1920. Site later Burlington Mills. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University Photog: Halladay
E067 Durham Traction Co. & Light & Power. ca. 1920. Photo shows garage of company which ran the trolley cars in Durham. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University.
E068 East Durham Street Car. ca. 1925. This open summer electric trolley, seen on Driver Ave. in front of the old Crabtree Pharmacy (corner of Angier Ave.), ran to the old ballpark, where Brogden Jr. High School is now located. Mrs. W.T. Cash
E069 Duke Power Co. Setting utility poles. 1926. A pile driver atop a railway car sets utility poles along the railroad tracks. B.N. Duke Coll., Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University.
E070 Chapel Hill Street. Construction of Underpass. 1926. Construction of concrete underpass near Five Points. Note machinery and construction technology, as well as houses and factory in the background. B.N. Duke Coll., Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
E071 Policeman on motorcycle with sidecar. ca. 1920. S.E. Rochelle No source given
E072 Duke Memorial Methodist Church. Sunday School Class.ca.1925. Thirty-nine women and a few small children pose for class portrait outside church. Mr. Oscar Barker stands near center. Mrs. N.R. West is seated 3rd from left. Source is seated 6th from right, middle row. Mrs. Lonie W. Long.
E073 East Durham Baptist Church. Paperweight. ca. 1920. Bottom of glass paperweight shows an etching of the church building, along with an inset photo of its pastor. Church was located at corner of Angier & Driver Sts. William Cash.
E074 First Christian Church. Youth Group. ca. 1928. Seventeen young men and women dressed in Sunday finery gather for picture on steps of church once located across the street from later building on Holloway St. (Church has since moved.). Eloise Poole.
E075 Men's Bible Class. Tent near sidewalk. ca. 1920. Tent is attached to front side of church. Class was taught by W.J. Brogden. King's Service Station and trolley # 17 can be seen. S.C. Rochelle.
E076 Raleigh-Durham Highway. Motorcade. 1924.Motorcycles, Ford convertibles and a Raleigh-Durham autobus line the two-lane paved road. Note surveying crew with transit and highway markings. Archives & History, Neg.#53.15.5187
E077 Confederate Veterans at Bennett Place. ca. 1923. Photo shows approximately 50 men in rows behind long trestle tables at reunion dinner held at Bennett Place, site of final Civil War surrender. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
E078 Trinity Coll. becomes Duke Univ. Board of Trustees 12/29/24. Group photo of the Board of Trustees at the time of the name change from Trinity College to Duke University. December 29, 1924. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.75.3.14
E079 Chesterfield Cigarette Advertisement. ca. 1920. Probably taken from a postcard, ad shows World War I doughboy smoking a Chesterfield. No source given
E080 Bull Durham Tobacco Ad. American Tobacco Co. ca. 1920. Large poster shows ease of rolling your own Bull Durham cigarettes by picturing a golfer swinging club while smoking. No source given
E081 Dillard-Gamble House. Front yard & porch. ca. 1920. Interesting circular porch and 2nd story widow's walk are featured in the construction of this large frame house. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.77.10.951.
E082 John Sprunt Hill House. ca. 1920. Half-tone print of Spanish-style house located on S. Duke St. House now owned by Junior League (?). DMTW, Arch. & Planners, Ltd.
E083 Somerset Villa, house of Julian S. Carr. ca. 1920. Lofty 3-story building is reminiscent of Fairview, house of Wash. Duke, with side turret and porch arches. none given.
E084 Four Acres, house of B.N. Duke. House occupied block bounded by Willard, Duke, & Chapel Hill Sts. See D054 for more details. No source given.
E085 Funeral of James B. Duke. Street procession. Oct. 13, 1925. Passing the junction of Milton Ave. and W. Main St., a group of men -- probably factory workers-- march single file wearing black armbands. Note tobacco warehouses on left and unusual street light at intersection. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
E086 Funeral of J.B. Duke. Entourage w/ motorcycle escort. 1925. Funeral services for James B. Duke were held at Duke Memorial Church on Oct. 13, 1925. Photo shows Chapel Hill St., with parked cars and motorcade. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University. Photog: Richardson
E087 Funeral of James B. Duke. Auto entourage. Oct. 13, 1925. Approx. 18 autos follow in close procession down Chapel Hill Street going west from Duke Memorial Methodist Church past Maplewood Cemetery. Hundreds of Durham citizens in mourning line the sidewalks and many watch from house porches. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
E088 Mattie Southgate Jones. Hand-colored postcard. ca. 1920. Formal portrait of woman in fox stole and muff sitting in wicker chair. Photo has been hand-tinted (note facial complexion). Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, Southgate Jones Coll.
E089 Card Family Members on Buchanan Blvd. ca. 1920. Three women pose on sidewalk on Buchanan Blvd., next to Card house (corner of Buchanan & Minerva Ave.): Elizabeth Card (Lyon), Helen Card (Upchurch), and Mrs. G.H. Waldo. Behind them down the street are the Pegram house and the W.H. Wannamaker house. Helen Card Upchurch
E090 'De Casho' the Magician. Escape Artist. ca. 1920. Mr. and Mrs. William Cash and an assistant hold ropes as De Casho enters wooden crate for escape trick. Note hammer in Cash's right hand. William Cash
E091 De Casho the Magician. Illusion with rabbit & duck.ca.1920. Mr. and Mrs. William Cash assist De Casho onstage as he performs illusion with steaming hat and rabbit in flower bucket. Cash is holding duck. Mrs. W.T. Cash
E092 Mr. and Mrs. William Cash. Newlyweds. ca. 1920. Husband and wife in romantic posture holding hands and sitting on a tombstone. W.T. Cash
E093 Mr. & Mrs. William Cash by a porch trellis. ca. 1920. Photo taken somewhat later than E092. W.T. Cash
E094 William T. Cash. Young man with a car. ca. 1920. Obviously a proud owner, Cash leans nonchalantly against door of new auto. W.T. Cash
E095 William T. Cash with auto. 1928. Husband of source poses with 'Leaping Lena', a 1927 Ford, on Morgan St. in Raleigh. Note tiny portholes of rear window. Mrs. William T. Cash. Photog: Same
E096 William T. Cash. Portrait on street corner. 1928. Cash leans against building corner located at Rigsbee and Chapel Hill Sts., in front of Rochelle Battery & Electric. Mrs. William T. Cash
E097 David Robinson, Boy Preacher. Flyer. ca. 1920. Photocopy of flyer showing picture of 7-year-old African-American boy in formal pose with one hand on Bible and the other blessing the congregation. Space provided to fill in time and place of appearance. No source given
E098 N.C. College for Negroes. (Now NCCU). Avery Aud. ca. 1920. Approximately forty members of the College for Negroes gather on the front steps of Avery Auditorium for class picture. Julia Harris
E099 Fayetteville St. Business Section. Half-tone. ca. 1920. Photo shows commercial buildings along Fayetteville St., and includes the spire of St. Joseph's AME Church on the right. Ann Warren Jones
E100 East End School. Half-tone print. 1923. Photo shows two-story frame building on brick foundation. This was the graded school for the Fayetteville St. community. Ann Warren Jones
E101 Hillside High School. Class of 1927. 29 black students stand before the doors of the school at 1900 Concord St. Note added pictures pasted in. Margaret Allen.
E102 Black Institutions and Residential Street. 1928. Photo montage shows buildings and grounds of N.C. State College for Negroes (now NCCU), the library (later Stanford L. Warren Library), and a section of a residential street. Carl Harris
E103 Oak Grove Free Will Baptist Church. 1923. Photo shows front of house at 620 Colfax St., where the first meeting of the Oak Grove Free Will Baptist Church was held. Rev. Cox came from Dunn to organize it. African-American history. Alphonzo Reeves
E104 A.M.E. Zion Church. Half-tone print. 1923. An Afro-American Church. Ann W. Jones
E105 The Wonderland Theatre. Half-tone print. 1923. Photo shows three-story square brick building with arched entranceway to outer lobby of theatre, located on Pettigrew St. F.K. Watkins was the proprietor. Building also housed a druggist. Minerva Evans. Photog: Oliver B. Quick
E106 Jones Hotel. A Black-owned Establishment. 1923. Two-story hotel with double verandas was owned by Miss Josie L. Jones. Half-tone print. Ann Warren Jones
E107 Adeloine Burton. Portrait. ca. 1920. Young black woman in beaded dress and beads poses in rattan chair. She was from near Staggville. Evelyn Pettiford
E108 Mildren (Mildred?) Anthony. Portrait. ca. 1920. A young black girl in white stands in front of tapestry hanging. Fannie Stroud
E109 Lonnie Canty. Portrait with horse. 1929. A young man stands next to his horse, Dock, in a makeshift stabling area next to house, wood- and brickpile. Saddle blanket hangs on fence. Afro-American history. Mattie Joyner Canty
E110 Canty Family. Aunt Minnie. Portrait. ca. 1920. Young black woman poses in flapper dress -- satin, fur, fringes, and beads. She lived in Philadelphia. Mattie Joyner Canty
E111 Alexander Atwater. Portrait. ca. 1920. Ex-slave born in Chatham County, father of Lil Atwater Allen of Brookstown. Mattie Bagley
E112 Tom J. Atwater. The Labor Movement. ca. 1920. Photo of black man in pin-striped suit, sitting at desk. William Bolding
E113 Newsome Family. Husband and Wife. ca. 1920. Formal portrait of Tilley and Rev. John T. Newsome. Alphonzo Reeves
E114 Mrs. Elizabeth Jones and daughter Elizabeth. ca. 1920. Young black woman poses with infant daughter. Harriet Jones. Photog: Willie T. Jones
E115 Letha Winston. Tintype. ca. 1920. Young black woman in a white dress, beads, and ribboned bonnet. See also E116. Retha Walker Photog: John Delar Winston
E116 Letha Winston. Portrait without bonnet. ca. 1920. Same pose as E115 except bonnet is now in her lap. Tintype also has special mattte. Retha Walker Photog: John Delar Winston
E117 Scarborough Family, Friends, and Funeral Home. ca. 1920. Twenty-seven people line up in front of commercial building behind four seated persons who appear to be members of the immediate family. African-American history. Scarborough Family Archives Photog: Hitchcock Studio
E118 Scarborough Family. Daisy Hargett Scarborough. 1924. Woman lies in state amid masses of funeral flowers. Scarborough Family Archives
E119 Durham High Basketball Team. The Messenger photo. 1922. Eight students pose in uniforms with basketball. Note Celtic knot logo. Brent Glass
E120 Durham High Baseball Team. The Messenger photo. 1923. Ten students pose in uniform with mitts, balls, and bats. Inset photo is team captain. Brent Glass
E121 West Durham High School. May Queen & Court. ca. 1920. Formal portrait on the lawn, showing queen, ladies-in-waiting, and flower-children. 'West Durham' probably means the girls' section of the school. Boys and girls had separate entrances and some separate classrooms. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University. Craven-Pegram Coll.
E122 Durham High, Art Room. The Messenger photo. 1923. Photo shows room equipped with wooden drafting-type tables and cane chairs. Artwork is posted over radiator. Brent Glass
E123 West Durham High School. Women's Basketball Team. 1924. Nine women dressed in bloomers and middy blouses line up by height, with their coach. Note gym shoes. 'West Durham' probably means the girls' section of the school. Girls and boys had separate entrances and some classrooms. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, Craven-Pegram Coll.
E124 Watts Hospital School of Nursing. Class of 1921. Fifteen women nurses carrying diplomas and bouquets of flowers line up at the gate in front of the main building of Watts Hospital, for formal graduation picture. Mrs. E.C. Harris. Photog: Halladay
E125 Durham Novelty Postcard. Girls can keep secrets. ca. 1920. Photo of woman with classic hourglass figure leaning forward with finger to lips highlights this postcard advertising Durham. Carl Harris
E126 Men in swimming hole. Sunday School Picnic. ca. 1920. Monet-like photo of a group of men standing chest-deep in the old swimming hole. No source given
E127 Tree-Sitter at Dennis's Gas Station. Contest. 1929. Photo shows crowd congregating around tree located beside gas station to view Arnold Taylor, who sat in the tree for 6-7 weeks competing in a national tree-sitting contest. Event occurred at the corner of Broad & Markham. Note stopped traffic and other commercial stores --cut-rate drug store and quickie take-out. A. John Dennis
E128 Three women on a duck hunt. ca. 1920. Three women in long woolen skirts pose with shotguns next to boat strung with large catch of ducks. Emma Duffy, Pegram family friend, is at right. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, Craven-Pegram Coll.
E129 Pizaro Cactus Juice Show. Travelling Medicine Show. ca.1920. Wooden platform hung with tarp and lights and banners advertising vaudeville show has been erected in loal neighborhood. Junius Beard, photographer, is clowning on stage. Brona Hicks. Photog: Junius Beard
E130 Motorcycle & Airplane. Publicity Shot. ca. 1920. Group of warmly-dressed men and women pose at side of biplane preparing for takeoff. Man on motorcycle waits by wing. S.C.Rochelle
E131 Durham Baseball Field. Piedmont League. ca. 1927. Photo shows cars parked beside baseball field used for semi-professional ball -- the Durham entry in the old Piedmont League (the old Bulls). Site in east Durham on Driver Ave. was later site of Holton Jr. High School. not given.
E132 Five people smoking. Theatrical production. ca. 1920. Three women and two men line up in period costume, with cigarettes. Scene is possibly from a college revue. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, Southgate Jones Coll.
E133 Family of Pressley J. Mangum. Two portraits. ca. 1920. Two oval portraits side by side in family album are of man and woman in formal pose. Hugh Mangum, Durham photographer, is on left. David Page
E134 Don and Bonnie McLawhorn. Formal portrait. 1928. Couple wearing matching spectacles pose for formal portrait. They were married in 1928. Mrs. W.T. Cash
E135 Little Girl in a Goat Cart. Spruce St. ca. 1928. Margaret Bobbitt poses for picture in the front yard of her Spruce St. house, in cart drawn by long-haired goat. Nellie Bobbitt
E136 The Gibbs Family. ca. 1920. Parents Staley A. Gibbs and Naomi H. Riggs Gibbs pose with their children Leona, Esphin, Margie & Madgie (twins), Raymond, and Leonard, in the sunlight at the side of their log cabin house. Margie Gibbs Remington
E137 Rev. Joseph C. Faucette and Family. ca. 1920. Formal portrait of man, wife, and five children. Adults are grandparents of source. Lyda F. Wray
E138 Child Riding Iron Pedal Car. ca. 1920. Photo of boy about 3 sitting at the wheel of a metal toy pedal car on a sunny winter day. Note 'radiator' cap, perforated front, and license plate. Mrs. W.T. Cash
E139 The Goodwin Family. At Snow Hill Farm. ca. 1920. Boy and girl playing with swing are sister and nephew of source. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
E140 The Goodwin Family. Baxter Goodwin. ca. 1920. Close-up of young boy in driving goggles playing with toy pistols in crawl space underneath house. He is first cousin of source. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
E141 Goodwin-Newton Family. Rufus E. Newton. ca. 1920. Photo of young man with white-wall-wheeled bicycle in front of a mill in Raleigh. He later moved to Durham and married source. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton. Photog: Rufus Newton (father)
E142 Goodwin-Newton Family. Rufus E. Newton with Car. ca.1920. Source's husband sits in summer whites with straw hat on driver's side of concurrent model car. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
E143 Goodwin-Newton Family. Garland Newton in the Army. ca.1920. Photo shows army company stationed in Hawaii posing with large fish catch. Dress, including swimsuits, is regulation. Brother of source is in the photo. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
E144 Mary Simpson. Newton Family Friend. ca. 1920. Two photos of Mary Simpson in bathing (swimming) attire. Photo on left was taken at the East Durham Cotton Mill swimming pool, where there were also a park and outdoor movies. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
E145 Archdale Dairy. Milking Men. ca. 1920. Photo shows two workers carrying pails as they walk down length of dairy barn between rows of cows. Margie Gibbs Remington
E146 Imperial Tobacco Warehouse. ca. 1920. Built by T. H. Lawrence. Full name was Imperial Tobacco of Great Britain and Ireland. Located at 215 Morris St. DMTW, Arch. & Planners, Ltd.
E147 Durham Traction Co. Garage w/ Trolley Cars. ca. 1920. Photo from across the street shows trolley rails leading into garage. Note motor-buses parked next door. W.G. Plyler
E148 Fire Station # 1. Station & Personnel. 1923. Photo of fire dept. in review, in front of fire station located on Mangum St. next to S.E. Rochelle's shop. 28 men line up in front of motor-driven fire equipment, also on display. Not given. Photog: C. I. Batue
E149 Durham Fire Dept. Vintage Steamer. ca. 1922. Photo shows fire dept. personnel posing with vintage horse-drawn steamer, first put into service in 1912, used for 15 hours during great fire of 1914, and used for fire at Lincoln Hospital in 1922. African-American history. No source given.
E151 Fire Station # 1. Inspection. ca. 1928. New building replaced earlier structure at same site. This building was later remodeled and known as the Tempest Building at Mangum & City Hall Plaza. Signes painted in right-hand walls denote A&P store (later Pearson Music), and an ad for S.E. Rochelle. Note trolley 'Y' wires turning into Holloway St. No source given
E152 Durham Fire Dept. Station # 3. 1920. Photo shows fire department personnel and equipment ready for inspection. Note shrubs in wooden barrels. No source given
E153 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale Plant. 1926. Construction of pipeline. Lowering pipe by crane into a ditch. Helen Liantis
E154 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale Plant. ca. 1920. Construction of pipeline. Workers, crane, and pipe. Helen Liantis
E155 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale Plant. ca. 1926. Construction of the filter plant. Digging the foundation with steam shovel, men, mules, etc. Helen Liantis
E156 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale Plant. 1926. Completing the foundation bed. Helen Liantis
E157 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale Plant. 1926. Loading gravel in wheelbarrows for construction. Helen Liantis
E158 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale Plant. 1926.Workers prepare forms for pouring concrete. Helen Liantis
E159 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale? Date uncertain. Workers demolishing old construction to prepare for new foundation bed. Original photo gave 1926 as date, but truck is of much later model. Helen Liantis
E160 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale. 1926. Worker uses propane torch to weld sections of pipe together. Helen Liantis
E161 Durham City Water Works. Finished filter plant. 1926. Contractor or superintendent stands on top of filtering works at the Hillandale plant. Helen Liantis. Photog: Allen Hazen
E162 Durham City Water Works. Interior of Pump Room. 1926. Photo taken over railing of catwalk shows generator with gauges and line of heavy-duty pumps. Helen Liantis
E163 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale Plant. 1926. Finished filter system and original pump house. Helen Liantis
E164 Lake Michie Dam. Initial Construction Problems. 1924. Workers shown moving or setting one of the massive derricks used for clearing the land. Note web of wire guides seen at top. Helen Liantis
E165 Lake Michie Dam. Steam crane on bridge. 1925. Steam crane crosses railroad trestle over stream to work site. Helen Liantis
E166 Lake Michie Dam. Construction site aerial view. 1925. Scaffolding with cranes, steam shovel, steam locomotives, and railroad bridge. Helen Liantis
E167 Lake Michie Dam. Going to Work. 1925. Men cross railroad bridge to construction site. Helen Liantis
E168 Lake Michie Dam. Laying of Pipe. 1925. Pipeline is being laid next to train tracks. Pipe is 30', class D. Note scaffolding over ditch and winch and derrick on railroad car. Helen Liantis
E169 Lake Michie Dam. Workers take a break. 1925. Many workers shown taking a break during construction. Helen Liantis
E170 Lake Michie Dam. Drilling. 1925. Three men work on rockface with pneumatic drills. Helen Liantis
E171 Lake Michie Dam. Aerial view from derrick. 1925. Bird's eye view of the Flat River, showing landscaping of the area and the area that will become the lake. Helen Liantis
E172 Lake Michie Dam. Continued site grading. 1925. Horse- and mule-drawn wagons on the site. Helen Liantis
E173 Lake Michie Dam. Steam Shovel. 1925. Steam shovel at work on rock bed. Helen Liantis
E174 Lake Michie Dam. Digging out Dam Bed. 1925. Workers scale rock face in efforts to dig out foundation and sides for dam. Note pneumatic hoses and trays for rock down below. Helen Liantis
E175 Lake Michie Dam. Bottom of Dam Bed. 1925. Shot from above shows rocky foundation where 'foot' of dam will rest. Helen Liantis
E176 Lake Michie Dam. Accidental Flooding. 1926. Steam shovel and derrick foundations wallow in water during accidental flooding. Note gyroscope at bottom. Helen Liantis
E177 Lake Michie Dam. Prep. for scaffolding & casting. 1925. Photo of general construction site reveals details of actual beginnings of dam. Helen Liantis
E178 Lake Michie Dam. Preparing the forms. 1925. Rocks and miscellaneous lumber will form aggregate with the concrete when it is poured. Note length and width of bed in which the dam itself will be constructed. Helen Liantis
E179 Lake Michie Dam. Aerial view of dam bed. 1925. Photo shows many separate forms for concrete, with rock and lumber aggregate, and the beginnings of the works house in the foreground. Helen Liantis
E180 Lake Michie Dam. Scaffolding & casting forms. 1925. Shot of broad side of dam, showing form construction necessary to create tubes in the poured concrete dam. Note massive beams in spoke arrangement to preserve circular shape. Helen Liantis. Photog: Piatt
E181 Lake Michie Dam. Almost completed. 1926. This photo, taken from a derrick, shows how the concrete forms have narrowed as the dam rises above the ground. Note what looks like telephone poles sticking out of middle section, and worker climbing up 'staircase' on outside of dam. Helen Liantis
E182 Lake Michie Dam. Continued drilling. 1926. Site at other end of railroad bridge, where workers continue drilling. Note length of pneumatic hoses running along hillside. Helen Liantis
E183 Lake Michie Dam. Close-up of Workers with Drills. 1926. Close-up shot of labor site, showing workers, with supervisors at right. Helen Liantis
E184 Lake Michie Dam. Inspection time. 1926. Well-dressed men, women, and child stand with small boat on flatcar behind locomotive. Workers walk beside. Helen Liantis
E185 Lake Michie Dam. Long shot, almost completed dam. 1926. Appearance of white, smooth, almost completed dam is in sharp contrast to the shambles and debris of the tools and materials used to build it. Helen Liantis. Photog: Piatt
E186 Lake Michie Dam. In operation, with planners. 1926. Water flows over the dam as Hunter, Michie, Piatt, and Lloyd stand for posterity. Helen Liantis
E187 Lake Michie Dam. Interior of Pump House. 1926. Photo of massive hydraulic pumps used in operation of the dam. Helen Liantis. Photog: Piatt
E188 Royal Knights of King David. Lodge Hall. 1920. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Unknown
E189 Mt. Vernon Baptist Church. 1920. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Unknown
E190 Lincoln Hospital. 1920. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Unknown
E191 Lincoln Hospital. Nurses' Home Annex. 1920. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Unknown
E192 North Carolina Mutual Quartet. 1923. Five black women pictured. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Unknown
E193 A.M.E. Zion Church. 1920. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Unknown
E194 N.C. Mutual Life Insurance Company Industrial Dept. ca.1920. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Unknown
E195 North Carolina Mutual Glee Club. Mixed Chorus. 1923. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Unknown
E196 Pine Street Presbyterian Church. ca. 1930. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981. Unknown
E197 James E. Shepard, founder of NCCU. ca. 1925. James E. Shepard, founder of North Carolina Central University, formerly N.C. College for Negroes. Unknown
E198 James E. Shepard. (See E197). James E. Shepard, founder of North Carolina Central University, formerly N.C. College for Negroes. Unknown
E199 Durham Public Library. ca. 1926. Library was on E. Main St. Unknown
E200 Durham Public Library. Children's Room. ca. 1926. Unknown
E201 Durham Public Library. Circulation Desk. ca. 1926. Unknown
E202 Durham Public Library. Bookmobile, Nelson Comm. ca.1926? Unknown
E203 Child Reading. 1920's. Child stands near log cabin, reading. Unknown
E204 'Miss Kiwanis,' first bookmobile in N.C. ca. 1925. Unknown
E205 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 7/16/24. Hotel was located on former site of Academy of Music: block bounded by Chapel Hill, Corcoran, Parrish, & Market Sts. Later known as Jack Tar Hotel and Durham Hotel. Unknown
E206 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 10/29/24. See E205 Unknown
E207 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 11/5/24. See E205 Unknown
E208 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 11/3/24. See E205 Unknown
E209 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 11/15/24. See E205 Unknown
E210 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 11/12/24. See E205 Unknown
E211 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. ca. January, 1925. See E205. Unknown
E212 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 2/4/25. See E205 Unknown
E213 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 10/11/24. See E205 Unknown
E214 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 2/25/25. See E205 Unknown
E215 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 3/4/25. See E205 Unknown
E216 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 3/18/25. See E205 Unknown
E217 Washington Duke Hotel. Construction. 4/1/25. See E205 Unknown
E218 Washington Duke Hotel. May, 1925. See E205 Unknown
E219 Washington Duke Hotel. April, 1925. See E205 Unknown
E220 Washington Duke Hotel. Lobby. 1925.< See E205 Unknown
E221 Washington Duke Hotel. Dining Room. 1925. See E205 Unknown
E222 The Fire Demon. Fire Prevention Campaign. 1920's? Unknown
E223 Trust Building. 1920's? Durham's 'first skyscraper' was located at 212 W. Main St. Unknown
E224 Chapel Hill & Mangum Sts., NE corner. 1929 Unknown
E225 Nello L. Teer and machinery. 1920's? Nello Teer is at far right. Unknown
E226 Railroad tracks, looking west from Dillard St. 1920's? Black business district is on left. Unknown
E227 Christmas Decorations at Five Points. 1920's? Unknown
E228 Durham Dairy Products Co. 1920's? Dairy business was located on Memorial St., behind Duke Memorial Church. Unknown
E229 Budd-Piper Roofing Co. 1920's? Located on Chapel Hill St., just west of Five Points. Unknown
E230 Washington Duke Hotel. ca. 1925. See E205 Unknown
E231 Carolina Theatre. ca. 1925. Unknown
E232 Chapel Hill St., looking west from Five Points. 1926. View shows construction of underpass. Unknown
E233 Corner of E. Main & Dillard Sts. ca. 1925. Site of present Health Dept. Unknown
E234 Willard St., looking south from Chapel Hill St. ca. 1925. Note carbon arc street light. Unknown
E235 Chapel Hill St. Construction of underpass. 1926. Unknown
E236 Chapel Hill St., looking west from underpass. 5/29/26. Unknown
E237 Five Points looking east. ca. 1926. Unknown
E238 Chapel Hill St. Railroad underpass construction. 1926. View looks east from Chapel Hill St. Unknown
E239 Corner of Chapel Hill & Roney Sts. ca. 1925 Unknown
E240 Advertisements at Five Points. ca. 1925. Note 'talking pictures' and air conditioning. Unknown
E241 S. Mangum St. ca. 1925. On left at back is Durham Hosiery Mill on Corcoran St. Unknown
E242 C.D. Kenny Co. 301 W. Main St. ca. 1925? Unknown
E243 Malbourne Hotel Service Station. ca. 1925? Located behind the hotel on Roxboro St. Note tires-- not balloon tires. Unknown
E244 Service Station, corner Chapel Hill & Corcoran Sts.ca.1925? Unknown
E245 Chapel Hill St. seen from Roney St. corner. ca. 1925? Unknown
E246 United Stage Lines Bus. ca. 1925? This was the first bus service to other cities in N.C. Station was at the Malbourne Hotel. Note individual doors on bus, manufactured by Fageol. Unknown
E247 Chapel Hill St. near Five Points. ca. 1925? Unknown
E248 Chapel Hill St. railroad underpass excavation. 1925/6. Unknown
E249 Ham-Ramsey Revival. Temporary auditorium. ca. 1925? Travelling revivals met in temporary auditoriums like this one. Mordecai Ham was an evangelist and Ramsey was a musician. No source given
E250 Corner of Chapel Hill & Roney Sts. ca. 1925? Unknown
E251 Corcoran St. looking north from Main. ca. 1925? Post Office is on left, Fidelity Bank on right. Unknown
E252 Carolina Theatre. Construction completed. 1920's. Unknown
E253 Main St. looking west from Roxboro St. 1920's. Unknown
E254 Funeral of James B. Duke. See E085, E086 and E087. Unknown
E255 Chapel Hill & Corcoran Sts. 1920's. Note brick/stone pavement. Unknown
E256 Chapel Hill St. Railroad Underpass Construction. 1926. See E235, E236, E238, etc. Unknown
E257 Chapel Hill St. Railroad underpass construction. 1926. Looking west. Unknown
E258 Main St. looking west. 1920's. Note advertisement for 101 Ranch travelling wild west show. Unknown
E259 Bon-Ton Tailor. 123 1/2 E. Main St. 1920's. Unknown
E260 Intersection of Main & Corcoran Sts. 1920's. Geer Building is in foreground. The picture was taken from the top of the Washington Duke Hotel. Unknown
E261 Office of Erwin Mills. 1920's? Unknown
E262 Corner of Main & Corcoran Sts. 1920's. Unknown
E263 Christmas decorations on Main St. 1920's. Looking west from Corcoran St. Unknown
E264 East Chapel Hill St. 110 block. 1920's. Unknown
E265 Cigar advertisement in store window. 1920's. Academy of Music is in background. Unknown
E266 Fire Dept.'s first hook-and-ladder truck. 1920's. Truck is parked in front of Rialto Theatre on Main St. Unknown
E267 Malbourne Hotel. 1920's. Hotel was at NW corner of Main & Roxboro. Unknown
E268 Chapel Hill St., Jackson St., & Southern Railroad. 1920's. Unknown
E269 Angier B. Duke. 11/30/25. Young boy stands beside just unveiled statue of Malbourne A. Angier. Unknown
E270 Hinnant Grocery Co. & Hester Garage. 10/4/25. 112-114-116 W. Chapel Hill St. Unknown
E271 B.N. Duke & Sarah A. Duke. 1920's? Unknown
E272 Corcoran St. looking south. 1920's. Unknown
E273 Dr. William Preston Few, on left. 1920's? On Duke campus, in front of staute of Washington Duke. Unknown
E275 Bragtown High School Class of 1927. Herbert L. Ganett, Timberlake, NC. Unknown
E276 Southern Conservatory of Music. 1920's? Mr. & Mrs. Gilmore Ward Bryant are standing on the back row near the white column at left. The seventh person from the right on the back row looks like Miss Nora Crowell. She later married one of the Gilmore sons. Mr. W.H. Overton, secretary of the Conservatory as well as a teacher, is second from right on the fourth row. Unknown
E277 Occoneechee Farm. ca. 1920. Picture from family album owned by Rufus Carr. Unknown
E278 Occoneechee Farm. Julian S. Carr in field. 1920's. From family album owned by Rufus Carr Unknown
E279 Eno River. 1920's. From family album owned by Rufus Carr. Unknown
E280 Julian S. Carr family on porch. 1920's? From family album owned by Rufus Carr. At Occoneechee Farm? Unknown
E281 Farm Workers (at Occoneechee?). 1920's? From family album owned by Rufus Carr Unknown
E282 Farm workers (at Occoneechee?). 1920's? From family album owned by Rufus Carr. Unknown
E283 Julian S. Carr with goat cart, children, and dog. 1920's? From family album owned by Rufus Carr. Probably at Occoneechee Farm. Unknown
E284 Occoneechee Farm barns, with cattle. 1920's? From family album owned by Rufus Carr. Unknown
E286 YWCA. 515 W. Chapel Hill St. 1926-27. Unknown
E287 R.L. Baldwin Dept. Store. 107 W. Main. 1927. Interior view. Unknown
E288 R.L. Baldwin Dept. Store. 107 W. Main St. 1927. Exterior. Unknown
E289 R.L. Baldwin Dept. Store. Window display. 1927. Unknown
E290 Yarbrough Mills. Interior. 1925. City Directory 1925: Holloway St. near Calvin. Unknown
E291 Yarbrough Mills. 1925. City Directory 1925: Holloway St. near Calvin. Unknown
E292 Austin-Heaton Co. Corner McMannen & Vivian Sts. 1920's? Unknown
E293 Trinity Commencement Choir. 1920. Unknown
E294 Royal Cafe. ca. 1924. Located 119 E. Main St. Owners Tony Mallas, D.M. Zapantis, and Felix Klavoonos. Unknown
E295 Valinda Watts Hospital, Club Blvd. & Broad St. 1926. Unknown
E296 Watts Hospital, Club & Broad. ca. 1926. Unknown
E297 Durham High School, N. Duke St. ca. 1923. Unknown
E298 Lowes Grove School. 1920's? Unknown
E299 E.K. Powe School, with original school. ca. 1928. On Ninth Street Unknown
E300 E.K. Powe School. ca. 1928. Unknown
E301 Plan for Duke Univ. West Campus. H. Trumbauer. 1920's? Horace Trumbauer, architect. Unknown
E302 Fire Station #3. East Main Street. Durham Fire Dept. 1920? Unknown
E303 Durham Baseball Club, 1924. Unknown
E304 William Clarence Lyon (1872-1968). Founder of W.C. Lyon Hardware Co., est. 1892 Unknown
E305 Southern Conservatory of Music. 1923. New building on Alston Ave. Unknown
F001 Durham Nursery School. Original Home. 1938. Once located at 1501 E. Main St., this 7-room frame bungalow was organized as a day-care center by Mary O. Cowper. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
F002 Liggett & Myers Tobacco Factory. Shift Change. ca. 1930. Factory workers, all women in uniform aprons, come out onto Morgan St. Good view of covered walkways between buildings at 2nd floor level, as well as continuation of Main St. toward Five Points. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
F003 Erwin Cotton Mills, main plant. ca. 1930. Ninth and Main Streets. Duke Power Company
F004 Ackinson House, Club Blvd. ca. 1930. Built by T.H. Lawrence, contractor. DMTW, Architects & Planners, Ltd.
F005 Carr Junior High School. ca. 1930. Built by T.H. Lawrence. Corner Morgan & N. Duke Sts. DMTW Arch. & Planners, Ltd.
F006 Durham High School Basketball Players. 1930? note says 1940. From Yearbook. C. Ferrell, H. McKinney, B. Gantt, S. Loftis, G. Loftis, C. Loftis. Brent Glass
F007 W.F. Warren, Durham City School Superintendent. 1937. From Durham High School Yearbook. Brent Glass
F008 Durham High Students rcv'g messages from a teacher. 1937. From Yearbook. Brent Glass
F009 Durham High School Yearbook. Snapshots, p. 184. 1937. Students in various activities. Brent Glass
F010 Four Durham High School Students. Yearbook. 1937. John Donald, Elizabeth Teer, Martha Anne Young, Nelio Berini. Brent Glass
F011 Railroad personnel standing beside train. ca. 1930. Two railroad men. Duke Power Company
F012 Trolley cars on train. Trolley cars ready to depart Durham for Toledo, Ohio, upon the discontinuation of Durham's streetcar service in January 1930. Duke Power Company
F013 Durham Traction Co. Trolley. ca. 1930. Manufactured by American Car & Foundry Co. Car may be WWI era. Duke Power Company
F014 New Durham Bus in front of Carpenter Motor Co. ca. 1930. Duke Power Company Unknown
F015 Hillsboro Rd. Bus & Driver. ca. 1930. Parked beside service station. Duke Power Company
F016 Durham Public Service Co. Ice Trucks. ca. 1930. Seven trucks parked in a row. Duke Power Company
F017 Inspection of a trolley car. ca. 1930. Two men examining a trolley car before it leaves Durham, to be transferred to Toledo, Ohio, upon the discontinuation of Durham's streetcar service in January 1930. Duke Power Company
F018 Durham Public Service Co. Bus #30. ca. 1930. New bus. Duke Power Company
F019 Durham Public Service Co. Bus #23 at garage. 1937. New bus. Duke Power Company
F020 Duke Univ. May Day Celebration. 1937. Shows East Duke Building. May Queen on platform. Helen Card Upchurch
F021 Helen Card Upchurch in bridesmaid's gown. 1934. Photo taken in Card house on corner of Minerva Ave. & Buchanan Blvd. Helen Card Upchurch
F022 Mary J. Whetstone. Elementary schoolteacher with class.1931. Ms. Whetstone is shown with a class of her students. She taught 3rd and 4th grades in Curlew, Florida. Mary J. Whetstone
F023 Holloway St. Christian Church. Sunday School. 1933. Large Sunday School group poses outside a house. Eloise Poole
F024 Spanish-American War Veterans' Reunion. 1937. The veterans, their wives, and children, gather in front of the Washington Duke Hotel for a celebration. S.E. Rochelle
F025 Motorcycle & Sidecar. Store Delivery Service. ca. 1910. Young man aboard motorcycle with attached covered sidecar (with antennae) in front of Public Hardware Co. on Parrish St. S.E. Rochelle
F026 St. Mark AME Zion Church. Gleaners Class Homecoming. ca.1930. Twenty-two men and women stand with their pastor outside the church for reunion. Elizabeth Holman. Photog: Willie T. Jones
F027 Three young African-American men. 1932. Ernest Johnson, William Bolding and Oather Jones pose in overcoats and hats in Brookstown. Josie Powell
F028 Scarborough Funeral Home. Owner & employees. ca. 1930. John Scarborough, Sr., poses with some of the workers at his funeral home. Scarborough Family Archives
F029 Mattie Plummer & Boyd Taylor. Brookstown baseball.ca. 1930. Man and woman (source's mother) at neighborhood baseball game. John Plummer. Photog: Georgia Taylor
F030 Two portraits. Zimmerman Studios. ca. 1930. Subjects, man and infant, unknown. Examples of the work of Zimmerman Studios, located at 211 E. Main St., and active during the 1930's. Source not given. Photog: E.K. Zimmerman
F031 Linwood Powell. Baby portrait. ca. 1930. Baby boy in lace gown and necklace sits in wicker-backed chair. He is nephew of source. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
F032 Mrs. Rufus E. Newton. Candid street shot. ca. 1930. Source's picture taken by itinerant photographer selling candid snapshots. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
F033 Mary Pettiford Allison. Candid street shot. ca. 1930. Source's picture taken by itinerant photographer selling candid snapshots. Mary Allison
F034 West Side Pharmacy. Men & Motorcycle. ca. 1915. S.E. Rochelle (left) looks on as a young man shows off one of his motorcycles in front of the West Side Pharmacy on a wet, winter day. Store owner, clerk, another man, watch. S.E. Rochelle
F035 Downtown Parade. Duke Alumni Float. ca. 1936. Duke Alumni float prepares to head west up Main St. at corner of Morris St. -- formerly Five Points, now Muirhead Plaza. Bill Fowler
F036 Duke University. Football Stadium. ca. 1941-42. Aerial view of what is now Wallace Wade Stadium during a capicity-crowd football game in the snow. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.239
F037 Duke University. West Campus in the snow. ca. 1930. Photograph taken from beyond the tennis courts. This picture angle would not be possible now because of additional dormitory buildings. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
F038 N.C. Mutual & Provident Association. Branch Office. ca. 1930. Wood frame office building housed not only branch office of future N.C. Mutual Life, but also W.C. Arnold, undertaker; Dr. M. O. Bowen; and a grill featuring fried oysters. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
F039 N.C. Mutual Life Insurance Co. Headquarters. ca. 1930. Building housed what was to become the largest black-owned insurance company in the world. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.77.12.69
F040 Log Cabin Detail. Durham County. 1931-32. Hend-hewn logs, notched at ends, laid crosswise, and chinked with mud, form walls. Note rock foundation for corners and solid wood shutters. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
F041 Log Cabin, Durham County. 1931-32. Photo shows what appears to be a double cabin, featuring shake shingle roof and stone and masonry fireplace and chimney. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
F042 Rural House. Durham County. ca. 1930. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
F043 East Durham House. Back Porch Scene. ca. 1930. Child with plaited hair and woman ironing hospital apron smile for camera. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
F044 Empty School Bus at Garage. ca. 1930. W.G. Plyler
F045 S.E. Rochelle Advertisement. ca. 1930. Advertising goods and services of the store, including Indian motorcycles, guns, locks, keys, outboard motors, etc. W.G. Plyler
F046 Pepsi-Cola Advertisement. Durham Bottling Co. ca. 1938. Advertises a 5 cent bottle of Pepsi -- worth a dime. W.G. Plyler
F047 Lakewood Park Casino. Summer Theatre. ca. 1930. W.G. Plyler
F048 Durham Post Office. Clearing Site. 1932. Two shots, one looking west toward backs of buildings on Main St., the other looking east toward S.E. Rochelle's Battery & Electrical Service on Mangum St. and Trinity Methodist Church beyond. Note steam shovel (top) and horse-drawn carts loaded with rubble. No source given
F049 Durham Post Office. Leveling Site. 1932. Two photos, one looking NE toward the E.J. Latta Co. (metalworks), and the other looking SW toward Chapel Hill St. and the Durham Hotel. Note pickup trucks and steamshovel (bottom). Source not given
F050 Durham Post Office. Constructing Foundation Forms. 1933. Two photos show workers constructing wooden foundation forms before pouring concrete. For background buildings see F048. Source not given
F051 Durham Post Office. Steel Skeleton. 1933. Two photos, each showing construction of steel skeleton with derrick in the middle. Note marble foundation work on facade of east wing. Source not given
F052 Weighing Chicken in Brookstown. ca. 1930. A woman checks weight of live chicken before purchase at market in Brookstown. Source not given
F053 Durham Post Office. First Floor. 1933. Two photos showing different angles of top of basement with girders of skeleton framework protruding. Note beginnings of ornate door framework of 1st story (bottom photo). Source not given
F054 Durham Post Office. Window Construction. 1933. Two photos show details of window construction in stone along the walls of the first floor. Note scaffolding and crane for front facade. Source not given
F055 Durham Post Office. Basement and 1st Floor. 1933. Two photos show front of building with its two wings and door ornamentation (top), and its east side, showing clearly the slope of the street toward the north. Note stacks of marble facade blocks along side and rear. Also note in top photo area where columns are to go. Source not given
F056 Durham Post Office. Upper Stonework & Roof. 1933. Two photos show detail of finishing rooftop, including ornamental stonework. Note long ramp leading up to secondary roof of building rear (bottom), as well as extensive scaffolding for columns in front. Source not given
F057 Durham Post Office. Roof & Step Finishing. 1933. Two photos show completion of east wing double entrance steps on side, as well as tiled, hipped roofs atop both wings. Note addition of overhang roof along rear for truck docks. Source not given
F058 Durham Post Office. Rear Loading Dock Details. 1933. Although finishing work continues, Post Office is in operation. Note stacked construction materials to left, tower scaffold, and addition of awnings to door transoms. Source not given
F059 Durham Post Office. 2nd Floor Interior & Rear Ext. 1933. Two photos: top view looking along second floor corridor, bottom view an exterior shot of the rear of the building. Source not given
F060 Durham Post Office. Front Facade & Workroom Interior. 1933. Top photo shows front facade virtually completed; bottom photo shows cleared area of workroom (basement) inside. Source not given
F061 Durham Post Office. First Floor Int. & Front Facade. 1934. Two photos which show final front facade (note ornamentation & grillework over doors) and construction of the first floor interior, with wall and staircase sheathing and veneering. Source not given
F062 Durham Post Office. Later Addition. 1939. Additional story was added to the center of the building. Note long conveyor belt in ramp to bring construction materials to rooftop. Source not given
F063 Durham Post Office. Addition, rooftop view. 1939. Additional brick wall with windows faces back wall of original building, while original windows on wings have been bricked up. Note stud construction and girders. Source not given
F064 Durham Post Office. Interior of Basement. 1939. Construction details of basement finishing: stud walls, tile blocks, stacks of materials, etc. Source not given
F065 Durham Post Office. West Wing Interior. 1939. Interior view of west wing extension, showing beamed ceiling, bricked-in windows of original exterior walls, iron T-beams, and material scraps. Source not given
F066 Durham Post Office. West Wing Extension, Rear View. 1939. View from outside the building, showing facade of new wall of first floor. Source not given
F067 Aerial View of Durham. ca. 1930. View features L&M Tobacco Factory & Warehouse, with original building (replica of W. Duke, Sons, & Co. American Tobacco building) at lower left. Also seen are Gregson St., Duke St., Main St., Morgan St., Carr Jr. High School, Durham High School, Fire Station, Durham Athletic Park, and railroad tracks. Source not given
F068 Downtown Parade. Float at Five Points. 1936. Clear View of commercial enterprises at Five Points (intersection of Main, Chapel Hill, and Morris Sts.). Float is sponsored by public service organizations. Bill Fowler
F069 Football Float at Five Points. ca. 1930. Float honors game between Duke and Syracuse. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
F070 Presentation of Culver Award. Duke News Service. 1932. Group photo of men and women dignitaries presenting Culver Award to a young man. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.5372
F071 Carolina Theatre. Musical Production on Stage. ca. 1930. Against ornate backdrop and foresty-valenced wings, young men and women in period dress pose in a chorus number. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, Southgate Jones Coll.
F072 The MESSENGER Staff. Durham High School Yearbook. 1937. Page 107 from the yearbook presents members of the staff. The two men show family connections, Seeman with the Seeman Printery, and Daniel with the Raleigh NEWS & OBSERVER. Brent Glass
F073 Durham High School Football Team. MESSENGER Yearbook. 1940. A page from the yearbook shows eight members of the high school football team. Brent Glass
F074 MESSENGER Photographer. Durham High School Yearbook. 1938. Half-tone print from the yearbook shows anonymous photographer working with hooded format camera and tripod on lawn in front of school. Brent Glass
F075 Bennett House. Civil War Site. Depression Years. ca. 1930. The site of historic surrender of Gen. Johnston to Gen. Sherman is in desperate need of repair. Fire, weather damage reveal construction details -- log cabin walls with smaller log furring strips over which pine boards have been nailed. Man sits on sill of top window. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.59.8.23
F076 Algonquin Club House. Duchesses Club. ca. 1930. Ten young black women in formal evening gowns gather for group portrait in clubhouse located on Fayetteville St. Helen Jones
F077 Wash Day in Brookstown. ca. 1930. Young barefoot, overalled boy watches as woman bends over metal wash tubs, wearing white smock dress and rolled-down hose. Barely discernible wash hangs on line at side and back of house. Georgia Taylor. Photog: Same
F078 Laborers at Duke University. ca. 1930. Five men dressed in non-working clothes sit on the steps of one of the buildings on the Women's College Campus. Mattie Bagley
F079 Bahama. Family Picnic. ca. 1930. Photo shows three black men in suits and ties standing before a row of parked cars in a coutry setting. Mary P. Allison. Photog: Same
F080 Bahama. Family Picnic. ca. 1930. Women in uniforms a aprons appear to be assisting at a black family picnic in Bahama while a family member looks on. Mary P. Allison. Photog: Same
F081 The Pettiford Family, Bahama. ca. 1930. Members of black rural farm family pose outside house. Mary Allison. Photog: Same
F082 Man, Woman, & Car. West End, Durham. ca. 1930. Young black couple dressed for outing pose with sporty runabout. Mary P. Allison. Photog: Same
F083 St. Matthew's C.M.E. Church. Burning the Mortgage. ca.1930. Charter members and congregation of the church celebrate final payment on their mortgage. In foreground are pastors, Revs. Langford and Washington. Behind, center, is Mrs. Mamie Atwater, flanked by Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Stroud. Mayme H. Perry
F084 Tempie Buchanan. Cameo Portrit. ca. 1930. Handsome, elderly black woman poses for portrait. She was a teacher of vocal and instrumental music, a member of St. Joseph's AME Church, and the mother of I.H. Buchanan. Minerva Evans. Photog: Ms. Hohnson (Johnson?)
F085 Mattie Bolding Atwater. Rustic Snapshot. ca. 1930. Black woman stands smiling for picture in backyard in front of an old shed. She was the wife of T.J. Atwater and the sister of Jackson Bolding. William Bolding
F086 Boars Ale and Beer. Advertisement. ca. 1930. Trademark of now-defunct brand of beer, bottled in Durham, was a boar wearing an apron and carrying a tray. W.G. Plyler
F087 Rawls Knight Co. Delivery Motorcycle. ca. 1915. Well-dressed young man sits aboard motorcycle with sidecar, delivery vehicle for Rawls Knight Co., dry goods and ready-to-wear clothing store located at 114 W. Main St. S.C. Rochelle
F088 Lakewood Filling Station. Independent Gas Dealer. ca. 1930. Snapshot of typical 1930's roofed drive-in gas station. Located on Angier Ave., below fertilizer plant, it was one of the first independent gas stations, selling Sinclair gas. Owner was Sam B. Brockwell, father-in-law of source. Mrs. Sterling Brockwell
F089 Trolley Cars on Train. Trolley cars ready to depart Durham for Toledo, Ohio, upon the discontinuation of Durham's streetcar service in January 1930. W.G. Plyler
F090 West Durham Trolley. Personnel and Passengers. ca. 1930? Faded photo (tintype?) of car #11 of the Durham Traction Co. stopped on tracks next to wooden church in West Durham. Conductor and driver stand near front, while passengers remain seated. Photo appears to be older than 1930. W.G. Plyler
F091 East Durham Trolley. Steel Engraving. ca. 1930. Trolley with cow catcher, parked by wooden commercial building. W.G. Plyler
F092 Interior of Trolley Car, with reversible seats. ca. 1930. Details of interior include old-fashioned lights, center aisle for mud and rain, ceiling advertising, heater blower, and circular fare indicator. W.G. Plyler
F093 Interior of Trolley Car, with bench seats. ca. 1930. Another version of trolley, subway-like, with long bench seating along sides, and hand straps from rail. W.G. Plyler
F094 Durham Traction Co. Trolley Personnel. ca. 1930. Formal group portrait taken at the company yards, showing Durham trolley conductors and other personnel. W.G. Plyler
F095 Union Railroad Station. Western Side. ca. 1930. Taken in summer, photo shows station tower framed by tree branches. Vintage cars in foreground. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
F096 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Biplane Landing. ca. 1930. Shot of plane taken while it is still beyond the runway. Airport is mostly a grass meadow. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.9.4
F097 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Biplane taxiing. ca. 1930. Shot of moving biplane off runway and on grass. Archives & History, Neg. #IV.53.9.3.
F098 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Biplane taking off. ca. 1930. Photo reveals details of biplane and packed-earth nature of runway. Note lights in grass to the side. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.9.6
F099 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #200. ca. 1930. Freight train steams down tracks. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Sink
F100 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #1140. 1939. Side view of locomotive, tender, and train engineers. Note 'brass cap' effect on the front of the train -- typical of 1930's construction. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
F101 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #1140. 1939. Another view of train. See F100. Mac Connery. Photog: Warren Calloway
F102 W.L. Mixon Family at Home. ca. 1935. Photo of father, son and daughters in living room. Children seem to be filling out papers, Mrs. Eloise Poole
F103 Harry Wall on a Fishing Trip. ca. 1939. Deep sea fishing at Morehead City with source. Wall was owner of Public Hardware. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
F104 Boy Scouts Saluting. White Rock Troop. ca. 1937. See accompanying newspaper article, Durham Morning Herald, July 11, 1982, filed with picture. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
F105 DeShozor Graduation at St. Joseph's Church. 1937. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
F106 Description:East End Thrift Club. ca. 1935. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
F107 Lincoln Hospital. Nursing School Graduation. 1930's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
F108 John Avery Boys Club. 1930. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
F109 George Leftwich & the Blue Devils. Photo of band. Source not given
F110 Trust Building. 212 W. Main St. Source not given
F111 Paschall's Bakery. Duke & Morgan Sts. Source not given
F112 Auction Sale of Land. Renowned auctioneer J. Franklin Barfield is in top hat in center rear of picture. Source not given
F113 Tennis Team. ca. 1930. Left to right: Chester Swanson, Guy Ferrell, Claiborne Gregory. Jim Martin, Julian Aldridge, James Henderson, Joe Hockfield. Joe M. Hockfield
F114 Farley's Miracle Sale. 205 W. Main St. Source not given
F115 Tip Top Tavern, 313-315 E. Chapel Hill St. 1930's. Central House Hotel is at right. Source not given
F116 Griggs & Couch Service Station. 902-904 W. Main St. At corner of Gregson St. Source not given
F117 Belk-Leggett Co. 322-324 W. Main St. Source not given
F118 Durham High School State Champs. Basketball? 1930. Back row: Wilbur Snipes, Joe Hockfield, Joe Giobbi, Fred Lloyd. Front row: Dwight Steussy, Marion Bumpass, Jim Holloway, Turner Lee Harris, Albert Edwards, Stroud Tilley, Elmer Burke. Joe M. Hockfield
F119 Durham High School Basketball Team. 1931. Back row: Dwight Steussy, Hannon Cheek, Buck Weatherspoon, Joe Hockfield, Wayne Alston, Elmer Burke. Front row: Herbert Mason, Ben Skinner, Stroud Tilley, George Moore, Ben Elliot, James Henderson Joe Hockfield?
F120 Melody Kitchen. 1940. Westinghouse Radio Show? Left to right: Elizabeth Gwin, alto; William Ross, bass; Neva Greenwood, violinist; Charles Templeton, tenor; Jean Cunningham, organist; C.S. Hooper, Jr., tenor; Arlene Vickers, alto; Art Dowling, pianist; Eugenie Monier, director and soprano; Brantley Watson, baritone; Abigail McKinney, soprano; and Ann Vandiver, Melody Kitchen Hostess. Source not given
F121 Melody Kitchen. Westinghouse Radio Show. 1939. Left to right: Ann Vandiver, home economist; Art Dowling, pianist; Ben Thaxton, bass; Arlene Vickers, alto; C.S. Hooper, Jr., tenor; Bob Stratton, organist; Mary Dixon, soprano; Jack Payton, xylophone player. Source not given
F122 Boy Scout Troop. See F104. Source not given
F123 Durham U.S. Post Office. Drawing. 1930. Source not given
F124 Durham U.S. Post Office. Source not given
F125 Greystone Baptist Church. ca. 1935. On Hillsborough Road. Source not given
F126 Duke University. Gym & Field House. Drawing. ca. 1930. Architect: Horace Trumbauer. Source not given
G001 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. ca. 1940. Predminately black crowd stands outside theatre. From the film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G002 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. Close-up of crowd. ca. 1940. Men and boys mingle in front of black movie theatre. Film playing is 'Silver Stallion.' From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business & Professional Chain
G003 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. Close-up of crowd. ca. 1940. Subjects in photo G002 have moved slightly, revealing more of their faces. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G004 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. Crowd in line. ca. 1940. Group of people waiting to enter the theatre. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business & Professional Chain
G005 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. Crowd exiting. ca. 1940. Children and parents leave theatre as standers-by look on. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G006 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. Group in front. ca. 1940. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G007 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. Close-up of crowd. ca. 1940. Close-up of same group in G006. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G008 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. Close-ups. ca. 1940. Close-up of some of people in G006. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G009 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. Children in front. ca. 1940. Close-up of group of young boys posing for camera. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G010 Regal Theatre, Pettigrew St. Outside. ca. 1940. Almost same picture as G006. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G011 Regal Theatre. Pettigrew St. Outside view. ca. 1940. Long shot of the building, showing marquee, crowd, glass brick walls in the second story, ornamentation, and Donut Shop next door. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G012 Carolina Theatre, corner Roney & Morgan Sts. 1949. The theatre, in the Durham Auditorium, features an ornate facade. Photo taken as a matinee audience leaves the theatre. Camp Butner bus depot is across the street. Frank DePasquale
G013 Carolina Theatre. Closer view. 1949. Taken from an upper floor in a building across the street, photo shows details of building front and theatre marquee. Frank DePasquale
G014 Carolina Theatre. Donald Duck Cartoon Club. ca. 1940. Children and parents shown walking up steps on their way to the Saturday mornig movie. Signs and prizes for the Twin Club of America are in the lobby. Frank DePasquale
G015 Carolina Theatre Marquee. Saturday morning matinee. ca.1940. Marquee advertises 'The Exile' with Doug Fairbanks. Theatre, at Morgan & Roney Sts., was predominately white-attended, but had accommodations for black patrons. Frank DePasquale
G016 Durham High School Basketball Players. Yearbook. 1940. From yearbook, 'The Messenger.' Garland Loftis, Gordon Carver, Douglas Ausbon, Shuler Loftis, Cedric Loftis. Brent Glass
G017 Durham High School. Most Popular, Class of 1940. Bob Gantt and Julia Hedrick, from the Messenger yearbook. Brent Glass
G018 Public Service Bus, Mangum St. Line. ca. 1942. Sign on building: 'No admittance. Employees Only. By Order of War Department.' Duke Power Company
G019 L.W. Morgan, bus driver, receives presentation. ca. 1940. Driver Morgan receives presentations (awards of some kind?) from Mr. Hodges and Mr. Foster. Duke Power. Photog: C.H. Cooper, of the Herald-Sun
G020 Duke Power Buses on Duke Campus. ca. 1940. In front of Duke Chapel. Duke Power Company
G021 Duke Chapel in the Snow. 1940. Classic shot of Duke University. Note old cars, one with rumble seat, parked at steps. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
G022 Union Station. Durham Railroad Depot. ca. 1949. Early morning shot from Peabody St. side at approximate junction with Church St. Note glass bricks set in windows of campanile. Photog: Jack Williams Unknown
G023 Durham County Court House. ca. 1940. Photo taken from across Main St. Building also houses the jail (note barred windows along entire 4th floor). Archives & History, Neg.#IV.56.9.123
G024 Central Carolina Bank Building. Postcard. 1940. Etching of building at 111 Corcoran St. Dr. Louise Hall
G025 Powe Apartments. Watts St. near Dacian Ave. 1940. Building still stands. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
G026 W.A. Amey Funeral Home. ca. 1940. Elegant Packard auto shown in front of the black-owned funeral home. From film 'Durham Marches On. City Directory 1948: 401 Pine St. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G027 Freedman's Men's Store Window Display. 1940's. Aside from trousers and suit jackets, picture focuses on display of shoes, all averaging $5-$6 a pair. Note poster for Keds in back. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.2284
G028 Watts Hospital. Ambulance & Nurse. ca. 1940. Gleaming white ambulance (a Rolls?) with Red Cross insignia, is parked in front of main entrance of the hospital. Nurse stands beside the side door. Unknown
G029 The Watts Hospital, at Club & Broad Sts. ca. 1940. Main entrance of the hospital built to serve the community of West Durham. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G030 Watts Hospital. Main Building. ca. 1940. View of front side and entrance of Spanish-style building with adobe veneer and red-tiled roofs. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G031 Watts Hospital. ca. 1949. Main building on Broad St. Photog: Jack Williams Unknown
G032 Lincoln Hospital, Fayetteville St. ca. 1940. Originally built with philanthropic funds, to serve Durham's black community. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G033 Lincoln Hospital. Main Entrance. ca. 1940. Nurses and Staff stand on the front porch of the hospital. Note ballooning screens on front windows which allow them to be opened. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G034 Lincoln Hospital. Examining Room. ca. 1940. Examination table and other apparatus equip doctor's office. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G035 Lincoln Hospital. Doctor conversing. ca. 1940. Middle-aged black doctor seems to be consulting with patient. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G036 Stanford L. Warren Library. Group on steps. ca. 1940. Six children on the steps of the library, on Fayetteville St. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G037 Stanford L. Warren Library, Fayetteville St. ca. 1940. Durham's black public library, located on the same street with Lincoln Hospital and North Carolina Central College. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G038 Stanford Warren Library. Bookmobile. 1948. Chevrolet truck-van was library's second bookmobile, shown here visiting a rural area of the city. Matthew B. Mitchell stands at rear door while Annie M Tucker is to his left. Mrs. Lyda Merrick
G039 W.A. Amey Funeral Home Sign. ca. 1940. Facade of building. From film 'Durham Marches On.' 401 Pine St. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G040 W.A. Amey Funeral Home. Front & Fleet of Cars. ca. 1940. Turn-of-the-century house used as funeral home, with ample parking for fleet of cars. From film 'Durham Marches On.' 401 Pine St. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G041 W.A. Amey Funeral Home. Front Porch & Steps. ca. 1940. Two men coming out of the house. From film 'Durham Marches On.' 401 Pine St. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G042 W.A. Amey Funeral Home. Cars outside. ca. 1940. Men, including the two from G041, enter cars parked in front of the house. From film 'Durham Marches On.' 401 Pine St. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G043 Office Building in Black Community. ca. 1940. Substantial brick professional building has multi-level entrances, basement garage, and post-'30's use of glass brick. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G044 Two Black Businessmen in Office. ca. 1940. Two businessmen confer. From film 'Durham Marches On.' See also G045. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G045 Two businessmen shake hands. ca. 1940. Same men as in G044 shake hands in agreement. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G046 Cotton Mill Employees. Erwin Mills. ca. 1940. Three black men of varying ages sit at table partaking of box lunch, beer, and Coke. They are Aaron Moore, Jackson Bolding, and Henderson Amey. Josie Powell
G047 Two Black Businessmen in Conference. ca. 1940. Two men discuss matters over a glass-covered desk with aerial maps, etc. From film 'Durham Marches On.' See also G048. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G048 Business Conference. ca. 1940. Five African-American men have meeting in same office as G047. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G049 Black Policemen. ca. 1940. Officer leaves building as others enter. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G050 Group of Black Policemen. ca. 1940. Four officers in group outside building. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G051 Black Policeman Directing Traffic. ca. 1940. From film 'Durham Marches On.'See also G052. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G052 Black Policeman at Intersection. ca. 1940. Same policeman (see G051) continues control of traffic, allowing pedestrians to cross street in both directions. From film 'Durham Marches On.' See also G053. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G053 Black Policeman Stops Traffic. ca. 1940. From new view, showing street to be primarily residential, the policeman's face is revealed. From film 'Durham Marches On.' See also G054. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G054 Black Policeman Looks for Oncoming Traffic. ca. 1940. Same policeman a moment later. (G051-53). From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G055 Modern Home. Interior. ca. 1940. Living room of a house, with black woman reading a magazine. An excellent example of forties decor, especially the circular couch. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G056 Black Children Line Up at Washstands. ca. 1940. Apparently in a kindergarten, neatly-dressed children line up at benches on which are washbasins and towels. From film 'Durham Marches On.' See also G057. Durham Business and Professional Chain
G057 Black Children Washing Up. ca. 1940. A moment later (see G056), children proceed through washup. From film 'Durham Marches On.' Durham Business and Professional Chain
G058 Chamberlain Music Studio. 1941. 32 young black girls and boys pose for class picture, with their music teacher, Mrs. M.S. Shearin, at far right. Among the few boys, H.M. 'Mickey' Michaux is third from right on front row. Mayme Harris Perry
G059 North Carolina Mutual Dinner. ca. 1946. N.C. Mutual clerks are feted at a dinner by their boss, Dan Martin, at the Donut Shop on Pettigrew Street, next to the Regal Theatre. Second from the left is Eleta Atwater Harris. Mayme Harris Perry
G060 Chamberlain Music Studio. Teacher & Pupils. 1941. Mrs. M.S. Shearin instructs while a young girl (source) plays piano and two other children wait. Source was high-school senior at the time. Note cushion with logo of Fisk University, Shearin's alma mater. Mayme Harris Perry
G061 Biltmore Drug Store. Interior with Owner's Daughter. ca.1940. Gloria Garrett Pratt, daughter of York Garrett, owner of the store, poses with newspaper beside tobacco counter. Note details of mirrored soda fountain area to the right. York Garrett
G062 Bahama Backyard. Two women and a cat. ca. 1940. Two young black women -- Mary McIver and Thenie Noel -- relax in the backyard. Note rural aspects of the neighborhood: row of sheds, fences, and uncleared land. Mary P. Allison
G063 Frank Wright Orchestra. High School Concert. ca. 1945. Snapshot of black band with P. Hall, trumpeter and director of the Hillside High Band. Photo inscribed 'Compliments of Phillmore.' Clara Bowling. Photog: Wiley Bowling
G064 Hillside High School. School Musical. ca. 1940. Stage photo shows performers in play 'Pepeta.' Daniel Brown is in center with cane and money. Clara Bowling. Photog: Wiley Bowling
G065 White Rock Sunday School Orchestra in Performance. 1944. White Rock Baptist Church orchestra plays on small stage with three young women in front (soloists?) playing violin, piano, and trumpet. W.F. Shelly
G066 Black Musicians Broadcasting on the Radio. ca. 1940. An organist and pianist flank 5-man singing group while Norfley Whitted announces from center table and microphone. Georgia Taylor
G067 The Royals. Black Five-Piece Combo. ca. 1950. Band consists of saxophone, piano, bass, drums, and trumpet, and probably played jazz. Insert photo is of the vocalist. Unknown
G068 Willie T. Jones, Photographer. Self-portrait. ca. 1940. Self-portrait of black photographer at work with format camera and tripod. Harriet Jones. Photog: Willie T. Jones
G069 Raymond Freeland and His Sister Pam. ca. 1940. Willie T. Jones's work is demonstrated in these two portraits. Harriet S. Jones. Photog: Willie T. Jones
G070 Young Man in Living Room. Portrait. ca. 1940. Young black man in suit and white shoes poses on brocaded couch in room with radio and fringed lamp. Harriet S. Jones. Photog: Willie T. Jones
G071 Young Woman Framed in Flowers. Portrait. ca. 1940. A young black woman leans head on hand and looks out from a frame of roses. Harriet S. Jones. Photog: Willie T. Jones
G072 Wiley Bowling, Amateur Photographer. ca. 1940. Subject in shorts and T-shirt stands behind house on Gattis St, Brookstown. He studied under Carlin Graham, professional photographer and scoutmaster. Clara Bowling
G073 Carlin Graham, Photographer. Self-portrait. ca. 1940. Photo of middle-thirties black man relaxing and smoking on ornately tapestried settee. Oather and Helen Jones. Photog: Carlin Graham
G074 Black Church Picnic. Unusual Transportation. ca. 1940. Numerous men, women, and children arrive at church picnic on a horse-drawn flat wagon. Object was to come on unusual transportation. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
G075 West Durham Baptist Church Barbecue. ca. 1940. Men and women of Sunday School class enjoy barbecue in a backyard in Brookstown. Another group is in background at right, slightly out of focus. Clara Bowling. Photog: Wiley Bowling
G076 May F. Joyner. Woman with Car. ca. 1940. Matronly black woman in long dress and hat poses on running board of her car. She 'needed no help' when car stuck in the mud; she could move it herself. Photographer's shadow is seen in foreground. Georgia Taylor. Photog: Same
G077 World War II Soldiers at Canteen. ca. 1940. Black servicemen with hostesses play piano, dance, and talk. Note insignia on shirtfronts of the women. Mattie Joyner Canty
G078 Jennie Mae Winston. Streetside Snapshot. ca. 1940. Young black teenager in bangs and bobby-sox stands at driveway off Thaxton Ave. in Brookstown. Apartment building at left was used consecutively as lodge, church, cafe, grocery store, and finally family dwelling. Clara Bowling. Photog: Wiley Bowling
G079 Letha and Retha Winston. ca. 1940. African-American mother and daughter pose in front of canvas painted backdrop. They were a carnival family. Retha Walker. Photog: John Delar Winston
G080 The Blake Family. Snapshot. ca. 1940. Family picnic. Clara Bowling. Photog: Wiley Bowling
G081 Mack's Hot Dog Stand. ca. 1940. Stand was located on Thaxton Ave., in Brookstown. The young man eating the hot dog is either Leon Horton or Arnett Kelley, according to the source. Clara Bowling. Photog: Wiley Bowling
G082 Boys Hauling Coal. ca. 1940. Joseph Johnson and Leroy Crawford delivered lump coal with their dray wagon when they were teenagers. They are seen here across from McGhee Coal Co. at corner of Pettigrew and old Fayetteville Sts. Johnson wears aviator goggles. Nettie Young
G083 Bull City Barber Shop. 1948. Barbershop, located on Pettigrew Street, was evidently a popular place, with 13 barbers: (l. to r.) Grady McLean, W. Watson, M. Bullock, D. Cox, N. Dawson, B. White, Z. Gailes, P. Greeland, P. Bullock, W. Clark, N. Hopkins, G. Holloway, and C. Tapp. Diamond Cox. Photog: Art Craft Studio
G084 Shelly Shoe School, Pettigrew St. Apprentices. ca. 1940. Black men working along a long workbench equipped with shoe repair apparatus. Blackboard in back quotes, 'The race is given to the swift.' W.F. Shelly. Photog: Art Craft Studio
G085 John Avery's Boys Club, Pettigrew St. 1941-42. Eleven black youths congregate around a large checker table to watch games in progress. Lee Smith
G086 Snapshot of women and girls in Brookstown. ca. 1940. Long shot of back yard, with five black women and girls, back of house, shed, cauldron, and dog. Georgia Taylor. Photog: Same
G087 Brookstown Kitchen, Sink and Countertop. ca. 1940. Porcelain sink with cold water tap and cupboard door hinged to wall stands in corner, with oilcloth-covered counter and storage space beside it. James L. Moffitt, Sr. Photog: Same
G088 Brookstown Kitchen. Snapshot. ca. 1940. Small boy stands next to kitchen table cluttered with dishes and pans. James L. Moffitt, Sr.
G089 Brookstown Kitchen. Corner Table. ca. 1940. Oilcloth-covered table holds kerosene lamp, storage tins, bowl and potlids, salt, pepper, etc. Note old-fashioned doorknob on door to left. James L. Moffitt. Sr. Photog: Same
G090 Brookstown Kitchen. Storage Area. ca. 1940. Churn, bowls, basins, boxes, and buckets occupy corner of room. A cheesecloth-covered earthenware jug sits on the table. James L. Moffitt, Sr. Photog: Same
G091 Brookstown Kitchen. Woodburning Stove. ca. 1940. Stove sits on special hearth laid into wooden floor. Newspapers decorate wall behind it. James L. Moffitt, Sr. Photog: Same
G092 Brookstown Kitchen. Close-up of Stove. ca. 1940 Bungalow Stove with kettle, coffeepot, and pan to heat water. James L.Moffitt, Sr. Photog: Same
G093 Brookstown Kitchen, and Chicken House. Two photos. ca. 1940. 1) Wooden hutch without doors stands in corner of kitchen. 2) Log-cabin type chicken shed with sliding mullioned windows is the finished project of WWII veterans at the Little River School. James L. Moffitt, Sr. Photog: Same
G094 Black Veteran Training. Weighing Corn. ca. 1940. Several black men in overalls weigh corn in cornfield. James L. Moffitt, Sr. Photog: Same
G095 Tying Tobacco under the Trees. Rural snapshot. ca. 1940. Black family tie tobacco leaves on a frame for curing. Note jeep and donkey, or mule, in background. James L. Moffitt, Sr. Photog: Same
G096 Carpentry Training. WWII Veterans. ca. 1940. Black men in shirts and slacks (some ties) work with saw and square on stud frame of one-story building. James L. Moffitt, Sr. Photog: Same
G097 Little River School Adult Classes. Two photos. ca. 1940. Two photos showing black men working in classes on woodcraft and mechanics. Little River was the county high school for African-Americans. James L. Moffitt, Sr. Photog: Same
G098 Robert Lee Robinson. Funeral Portrait. ca. 1940. Mr. Robinson lies in state, surrounded by flowers, in his home on Mebane St. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
G099 'The Duchess of Durham.' WWII Aircraft. ca. 1940. Half-tone print from publication shows Maj. Ralph G. Taylor, Jr., and crew chief standing next to prop fighter. Durham Morning Herald
G100 Dillard-Gamble House. Backyard Rock Garden. ca. 1940. Mrs. Dillard, in dress and matching hat, stands by backyard ornamental rock garden, with small pool, three-masted ship, windmill, and flamingo stands. 1311 N. Mangum St. Archives & History, Neg #IV.77.10.949
G101 Dillard-Gamble House. Modern Architecture. ca. 1940. Interesting use of rectangular lines and multi-level flat roofs in a stucco finish. Note repetition of corner window motif and porthole window near door. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.77.10.950
G102 W.L. Brown House. Spanish Colonial Revival. ca. 1940. House, located at 1416 Mangum St., was built in the mid 1920's (plat maps extant 1926). Features include one-story stucco finish, long casement windows, and Romanesque archways in open entrance. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.78.2.598
G103 W.L. Brown House. Landscaping and Additions. ca. 1940. Building additions to rear and left side, landscaping on grounds, people in yard, and car parked in front of fire hydrant. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.78.2.597
G104 S.E. Rochelle Battery & Electrical Co. ca. 1940. Durham's bike and motorcycle dealer stands in front of shop, showing a preacher how to ride an old-fashioned high wheeler in order to save energy. Note stepladder for mounting. S.C. Rochelle
G105 Kicking Machine. Display with Uncle Sam. ca. 1940. Four boots on spokes deliver constant and effortless bottom-pounding. Man demonstrates that boots are set at the right height. Southgate Jones Coll., Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
G106 Durham County Courthouse and L&M Lunch. ca. 1940. Long view of intersection where both buildings were located shows 40's dress and auto styles. Archives & History,Neg.#IV.56.9.124
G107 The Boy's Store Display Window. 1940's. Back-to-school fashions for boys, featuring hats, suits, ties, leisure wear, leather jackets, shorts, and knickers. Note also display for U.S. Keds -- tennis shoes in 1941, military jungle boots in 1945. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.2283
G108 N.C. Central College. Heating Plant. ca. 1940. Exterior shot of building housing coal-driven furnaces. Heat is supplied through undergraound pipes. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.3763
G109 N.C. Central College. Interior of Heating Plant. ca. 1940. Inside of college's heating plant, showing massive furnaces and turbines necessary to create heat and supply it to other buildings. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.3761
G110 Bishop Furniture Co. Street Scene. ca. 1940. Residential area has two business operations -- Bishop's and Buttry's -- in light commercial building on corner. Bishop's Furniture & Upholstery Co. was at 1605 Holloway, and was founded in 1935. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.1686
G111 Durham Street Scene. Residential Area. ca. 1940. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.1688
G112 Near Miles Restaurant. Street Scene. ca. 1940. Photo shows small light-commercial area of shops and residences with shops in them -- i.e. Yost Awning Shop and small grocery down the street. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.1675. Photog: Albert Barden
G113 Miles Restaurant. Roadside Eatery. ca. 1940. Man waters down drive to free parking lot for Miles Restaurant, specializing in steak, chicken, and barbecue. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.1676. Photog: Albert Barden
G114 V.C. Chemicals (Fertilizers). Loading Operations. 1945. Virginia/Carolina Chemicals. Flash photo of worker driving small shovel-loader, working against face of what appears to be limestone formation. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.4414
G115 V. C. Chemicals. Payloader at Work. ca. 1940. Virginia/Carolina Chemicals. Flash photo from rear of mining operation. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.4415
G116 Durham-Dunn Bus Line. Charter Trip. ca. 1940. Group of passengers stand on street corner in front of parked bus. This may have been maiden trip of the line. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.3470. Photog: Albert Barden
G117 Madgie and Margie Gibbs. Twins at Five Points. ca. 1940. Twin sisters stand together inside building at Five Points. They wear identical suits and shoes, but different blouses and socks. Margie Gibbs Remington
G118 Newton Instrument Company. First Buildings. 1940's? Man stands in doorway of a frame building housing the beginnings of the company, now located at 1648 Lawson St. Newton Instruments
G119 Rufus E. Newton and Son in the Snow. ca. 1940. Man wearing army-type fatigue jacket and fedora stoops in snow-covered side yard with his young son. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
G120 Mrs. Rufus E. Newton & First Cousin Fishing. 1940's? Source and relative shown fishing off a railroad trestle between Morehead City and Beaufort. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
G121 Hunting at Lake Matamuskeet. A Deer. 1940's. Friends of source's husband hunting during WWII. Bagged deer is held up by Brickhouse for picture. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
G122 Fishing at Currituck Sound. 1940's. Husband of source, and friends, display fishing catch on stringers. Their guide is in boots and pith-type hat. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
G123 Charles Nelson Ladd. Boy on Hunting Trip. 1940's. Young boy with .22 rifle and bare feet and legs leans against fender of car parked on Mason Rd. between Durham and Lake Michie. Subject is first cousin of source's husband Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
G124 Rufus E. Newton and Niece. Lake Outing. ca. 1940. Mr. Newton lets his brother's daughter wear his hat for a snapshot at a lake in Chatham County. Mrs. Rufus E. Newton
G125 Blue Bird Oyster Bar. House & Restaurant. ca. 1940. One-story frame building shows details of dwelling origin in front porch. Large addition to side is main dining room and kitchen. Margie Gibbs Remington
G126 Chesterfield Cigarette Plant. Shift Change. ca. 1940. Women workers in uniform step out onto sidewalk beside ivy-covered plant. Photo appeared in 'Tobaccoland,' a publicity poster for L&M, and is captioned accordingly. Liggett & Myers (Liggett Group)
G127 Malbourne Hotel. ca. 1949. At northwest corner of Main and Roxboro Streets, site of new judicial building. Razed ca. 1967. David Southern. Photog: Jack Williams
G128 Duke Gardens, Easter Sunday. 1949. Group around pond. View shows terraces and gazebo. W.T. Cash
G129 Carlin, Elibbie & Paul. Christmas Card. ca. 1940. Self-portrait of Carlin Graham, photographer, with his wife and son. Photo used as Christmas card. Oather and Helen Jones. Photog: Carlin Graham
G130 Fashionable black couple. Formal portrait. ca. 1940. Photog: Carlin Graham Unknown
G131 East End Playboys. Black Baseball Team. ca. 1940. Ten young men and three coaches pose for team photo. Elizabeth Holman. Photog: Willie T. Jones
G132 National Beauticians' Volunteer Corps. ca. 1940. Women's wartime service group with rankings from private to Sergeant First Class pose in uniform. Harriet Jones. Photog: Willie T. Jones
G133 Berry's Construction Company. Building and Workman. ca.1940. Workman with safari-type helmet points back toward a small board and asphalt-roofed shed. Harriet S. Jones. Photog: Willie T. Jones
G134 Powe St. Methodist Church. Mock Wedding. ca. 1940. Wide shot of church nave, where approximately 40 black children enact mock wedding, assisted by two women at sides (teacher & pianist?). City Directory listing: Mt. Olive A.M.E. Georgia Taylor
G135 Beach Scene. ca. 1940. Five black women in one-piece bathing suits and caps loll on sand in foreground, while other people enjoy beach in the background. Unknown
G136 Zuckerman Brothers. Business and Professional Men. 1944. (Left to right): Abe, Bill, Jack, Charles, and Ike Zuckerman stand in front of family home on Morehead Avenue. Sophie and Charles Zuckerman
G137 Mrs. W.T. Cash (Helen Carroll). ca. 1940. Subject (also Source) relaxes in backyard. Mrs. W.T. Cash
G138 Center Theatre. Holland & E. Chapel Hill Sts. ca. 1940. Architecture of building is 1930's Art Deco. Marquee shoes films of the 1940's. Theatre shown here was demolished in 1968, and a new Center was built in Lakewood Shopping Center. Unknown
G139 Wreck of Bluebird Taxi. Car-train Collision. ca. 1940. Half-tone print of utterly demolished cab still on tracks in front of train locomotive with billows of smoke coming from inside. Three people were killed when this Southern Railway passenger train collided with the cab at Mulberry Street. Durham Morning Herald
G140 Banquet, probably given by Airport Authority. ca. 1940. Group seated at head table. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
G141 Crowd at Raleigh-Durham Airport. ca. 1940. Daylight flash-photo shows interested bystanders on grass near the runway. Archives and History, Neg.#IV.53.9.2
G142 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Terminal and Plane. ca. 1949. Single story frame building and DC-3 prop engine plane denote beginnings of this major airport connection and its affiliation with Eastern Airlines. Photog: Jack Williams Unknown
G143 Aerial View of Durham. Downtown and Southeast. ca. 1940. Photo shows Southern Railway tracks running east and west (bottom to top) with downtown at center right (CCB Building, etc.), Duke's East Campus eastward (above) and S. Roxboro and Fayetteville St. area to the left -- an area changed by the East-West Expressway. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.426
G144 Aerial View of Durham. Close-up of Downtown & SE. ca. 1940. Shot centers on downtown area showing details of commercial buildings, post office, Episcopal and Baptist churches, Durham Athletic Park, and Liggett & Myers Tobacco factories. Area south of the railroad is mostly residential, with St. Joseph's AME Church located at bottom left. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.423
G145 Aerial View of Durham. Close-up of East Durham. ca. 1940. Shot taken fairly low, showing good view of CCB Building and Durham Hotel at top right, with residential, storage, and rural areas of East Durham running along the railroad tracks. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.431
G146 Aerial View of Durham. West Durham. ca. 1940. Looking south down Ninth Street (bottom to top) to Main Street with its railroad underpass. Iredell and Broad Streets run parallel to left; Erwin Mills (later Burlington Industries) is off Ninth to the right. Bluebird Taxi Co. and filling station are in center. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.8340
G147 Aerial View of Durham. Close-up of Ninth Street. ca. 1940. Some features same as G146, but Duke's East Campus (Women's College) can be seen at upper left -- gym, tennis courts, and rooftops of main quad buildings. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.15.8339
G148 Aerial View of Durham. Central & East Durham. ca. 1940. CCB Building is at top center. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.427
G149 Aerial View of Durham. Slightly closer than G148. Central and East Durham. CCB at top center. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.425
G150 Aerial View of Durham. East Durham. ca. 1940. View shows Angier Avenue and railroad tracks running east, and markedly rural nature of the area at this time. Golden Belt Hosiery is located in center. Note double billboards in exact center. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.428
G151 Aerial View of Durham. East Durham. Long Shot. ca. 1940. Similar to G150, but from farther away, showing more of wooded and rural nature of landscape. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.429
G152 Aerial View of Durham. East Durham Close-up. ca. 1940. Low angle close-upmreveals profiles of buildings and landscape along Angier Avenue east of downtown (seen top center). In center is Golden Belt, which became subsidiary of L&M, printing cigarette wrappers, cartons, etc. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.424
G153 Aerial View of Durham. Golden Belt Hosiery. ca. 1940. Close-up shows Angier Avenue curving south to meet railroad tracks (note freight train leaving Durham), and tight shot of factory. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.16.430
G154 Tobacco Warehouses. Broad St. Extension. ca. 1940. Aerial view of tobacco warehouses on land which, for tax purposes, was not incorporated into the city of Durham. House with one-way drive at lower left was original location of WTVD, Channel 11. Unknown
G155 Durham City Water Works. Addition at Hillandale. 1949. Photo shows construction site of addition to the Hillandale Filter Plant. Note tripods with levels and laying of wire grid prior to pouring concrete. Helen Liantis. Photog: Bill Mansfield
G156 Durham City Water Works. Addition at Hillandale. ca. 1949. Photo shows extensive and complicated construction site at Hillandale Filter Plant. Picture shows buildings with poured concrete walls (note protruding rebars) and massive pipework elbows leading into walls. Helen Liantis. Photog: Bill Mansfield
G157 Durham City Water Works. Addition at Hillandale. 1949. Close-up of pipework and framing. Scale of pipes revealed by workmen. Note extensive rebar work. Helen Liantis
G158 Durham City Water Works. Pipe with Mineral Deposits. 1949. Photo shows approximately two-foot internal diameter of iron pipe nearly closed off by massive mineral deposits. Helen Liantis
G159 Laying Trolley Tracks in a Durham Neighborhood. ca. 1940. Photo shows preparation of bed for trolley tracks down center of street. Bed is at least 12' thick, of concrete poured over a gravel base. Surveyor with tripod and level stands to left. W.G. Plyler. Photog: J.S. Kah
G160 Laying Trolley Tracks. Setting Tracks. ca. 1940. Photo shows tracks with ties set on prepared bed. Note short wood pieces used to keep tracks equidistant from form sides, criss-cross wire and rebar work, and ca. 1930's concrete mixer with chute leading down into bed. W.G. Plyler. Photog: Jno. S Kah
G161 Laying Trolley Tracks. Close-up of Tracks. ca. 1940. Iron rails welding to iron ties wait to be laid on bed. W.G. Plyler. Photog: Jno. S. Kah
G162 Trolley Car. Interior. ca. 1940. Features of trolley car include reversible seats, ventilated center aisle for rain and snow, old-fashioned lights, advertising on ceiling, and handholds and bell rope. W.G. Plyler
G163 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #201. 1940. Freight train with Engine #201 steaming along tracks. Mac Connery. Photog: Wiley Bryan
G164 'Blue Devil Special.' Southern Railway. 1940. Engine #1337 pulls passenger train into Union Station. Mac Connery. Photog: Wiley Bryan
G165 Durham & Southern Railway. Engine #1140. 1940. Engine with tender and crew aboard steams through Durham rail yards. Mac Connery. Photog: Wiley Bryan
G166 Seaboard-Airline Railroad. Engine #515. ca. 1940. Engine and tender passing through neighborhood. Mac Connery. Photog: Wiley Bryan
G167 Durham & Southern Railway. Engine #202. ca. 1940. Engine under full head of steam pulling freight train down tracks. Mac Connery. Photog: Johnny Krause
G168 Southern Railway, Durham. Engine #315. 1944. Close-up of engine and tender. Photo by journalist from Hamlet, NC, who later became Associate Editor of The New York Times. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
G169 Durham & Southern Railroad in Dunn, N.C. 1948. Engine #403 and tender in railroad yards. Mac Connery. Photog: Warren Calloway
G170 Southern Railway. Engine #2211. 1948. Close-up of modern version of locomotive, with insignia and motto printed on the side. 'The Southern Serves the South.' Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
G171 Seaboard-Airline Railroad. Engine #552. 1948. Freight train rounds curve, leaving town. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
G172 Seaboard-Airline Railroad. Freight Train. 1949. Engine #503 hauls freight cars east out of Durham. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
G173 Southern Railway Engine #4587 at Rest. 1948. Locomotive and tender wait on track by water tower. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
G174 Clapboarded Log Cabin. Durham County. ca. 1940. Typical L-shaped Carolina farmhouse, with 2-story rectangular main house and rear, perpendicular 1-story addition for cooking and storage. Note loft window in rear, as well as location of brick fireplaces. Dr. Louise Hall. Photog: Same
G175 USS John Merrick. 1943. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G176 WDUK. Gospel Singing Group. 1940. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G177 Mr. G's Swing School. Annual Event at Hillside. 1940's. A play which was an annual event at Hillside High School. John Gattis was Mr. G. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G178 North Carolina College Basketball Players. 1940's. Three players, one of whom is seven feet tall. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G179 Friendly City Gospel Singers. 1940's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G180 Sugar Ray Robinson and Joe Louis visit Durham. 1944. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G181 Biltmore Hotel. Pettigrew Street. 1940's Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981
G182 Donut Shop. Pettigrew St. next to Regal Theatre. 1948. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G183 Donut Shop Interior. Pettigrew St. 1948. Next to Regal Theatre. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G184 Bankers Fire Insurance Company. 1943. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G185 Bankers Fire Insurance Company Interior. 1943. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G186 Durham Business School. 1948. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G187 Southern Fidelity Mutual Insurance Company. 1940. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G188 John Avery Boys Club. 1940's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G189 Southern Fidelity Mutual Insurance Company. Interior. 1943. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
G190 Stanford L. Warren Library. Exterior. 1940's? Unknown
G191 Stanford L. Warren Library. Interior. 1940's? Unknown
G192 L.A. Speed' Riggs. 1940's. 'Voice of Lucky Strike' during the 1930's and 1940's. Duke Homestead
G193 R.L. Baldwin Co. Department Store. 1940's. Store was at 107-109 W. Main Street. Butler's Shoes is on left. Unknown
G194 Vera Carr Twadell at the Piano. 1940's. Mrs. Twadell was married to W.P. Twadell (G195) and was director of a music and dance school. Unknown
G195 William Powell Twadell. 1940's. Mr. Twadell was head of the music department of the Durham City Schools and was director of several civic choral groups. Unknown
G196 Duke University. Aerial View of West Campus. 1940's? Stadium and chapel are plainly seen. Unknown
G197 Dillard St. USO Opening Party. June 6, 1943. Unknown
G198 Dillard St. USO. Bastille Day Party. July 14, 1944. Party was held in honor of French Air Cadets. Unknown
G199 Dillard St. USO. First Anniversary Party. June 6, 1944. Unknown
G200 Dillard St. USO. Trimming Christmas Tree. 1943 or '44. Unknown
H001 Durham Centennial Celebration. 1953. Bearded policeman on motorcycle, and costumed participants on street. Unknown
H002 Southern Railroad. Engine #4142. ca. 1950. Modern streamlined locomotive pulls passenger train out of Union Station. Station tower and Durham Courthouse are seen in the background. Note Dixie Wholesale Grocery 'Burger Brau' sign in right background. Mac Connery
H003 City Council Views Radar System. 1952. Members of Council inspect the 'whammy', a radar device to protect life and limb. Mary Semans is second from left. Unknown
H004 Durham High School Band Officers. 1950. From The Messenger, yearbook. R. Mimms, P. Whitfield, R. Proctor, J. McCaskill. Brent Glass
H005 Duke Chapel. Duke University Main Quad. 1950. Landmark of the university and of Durham. Archives & History, Neg. #IV.53.15.306
H006 The Rare Round Rolls-Royce. Sports Car. ca. 1950. Lines of car border on the fabulous, especially those of round doors. Unknown
H007 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale Addition. 1950. Hillandale Filter Plant addition, begun in 1949, nears completion as finished outlines of walls are detectable and roofwork, windows and interiors are initiated. Helen Liantis. Photog: Bill Mansfield
H008 Durham City Water Works. Original Hillandale Plant. ca.1950. Photo shows interior of the original filter plant. Large windows cast light on massive pumping system of plant. Helen Liantis. Photog: Bill Mansfield
H009 Durham City Water Works. Completed Hillandale Plant. 1950. Aerial view shows reservoir and completed complex -- original building dark gray, addition lighter. Helen Liantis
H010 Durham City Water Works. Hillandale Plant Interior.ca.1950. Scale of great wheels and pipes of pumps is revealed as man stands nearby. Helen Liantis
H011 Raliegh-Durham Airport. Aircraft Exhibition. ca. 1950. Long shot of various small aircraft parked on side runway with crowd of spectators behind rope barrier. Note Eastern Airlines commercial service plane in background and conning tower off to the right Archives & History, Neg. #IV.53.9.7
H012 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Aircraft Exhibition. ca. 1950. Close-up shows military service Marine helicopter on runway, with Wright Brothers-style bi-plane being maneuvered next to it. Archives & History, Neg.#IV.53.9.1
H013 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Mail Transport Exhibition. ca.1950. Close up of '30's version of airmail transport (and probably early version of Eastern Airlines) with mailbag being handed up to pilot, and a young woman standing on lower wing of biplane. Archives & History, Neg. #IV.53.9.5
H014 Carolyn Holman (later Anderson). 1950. Young black girl (about 4 years old) talking on the telephone. Photog: Willie T. Jones, subject's grandfather. Mr. Jones, a black photographer, had his studio on Mangum Street in Durham. Elizabeth Holman, subject's mother.
H015 Cash's Roller Rink. Wrenn Road. ca. 1950. Three children sit beneath Dr. Pepper and Tru-Ade drink signs. Two girls -- Judy Gaddy and Todey Pickett -- lace up skates. Boy between them is unidentified. Mrs. W.T. Cash
H016 Cemetery Plot. Military? ca. 1950. Gravesites in unidentified cemetery are those of veterans. Artillery cannon stands nearby. Unknown
H017 Southern Railroad. Caravan of Engines. 1950. Engines and tenders #1711, #390, and #400 pass water tower in East Durham. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H018 Norfolk and Western Railway. Engine #1121. 1950. Engine passes water tower in Durham yards. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H019 Norfolk and Western Railway. Engine #2149. 1950. Engine, tender, and caboose stand by water tower in Durham yard. Note Chesterfield tower in right background, plus smoke stacks of tobacco factory. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H020 Southern Railway. Engine #4621. 1951. Engine and tender stand on tracks. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H021 Seaboard-Airline Railroad. Engine #531. 1951. Engine pulls cars along tracks in the country. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker?
H022 Norfolk and Western Railroad. Train #36 to Lynchburg. 1952. Engine #112 pulls passenger cars on run to Lynchburg. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H023 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #403. 1952. Close-up of train locomotive shows detail of bolting from cowcatcher to cab. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H024 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #202. 1953. Close-up of freight train backing up. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H025 Durham & Southern Railroad in Apex. Engine #202. 1953. Locomotive pulls freight cars and a flat car loaded with wood. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H026 Norfolk and Western Railroad. Engine #1105. 1953. Engine and tender stand on track. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H027 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #200. 1953. Line of engines, #200 in front, proceeds up track. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H028 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #202. 1954. Locomotive pulls freight cars along track. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker?
H029 Norfolk and Western Railroad. Engine #115. 1954. Locomotive pulling passenger train stops by depot. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H030 Norfolk and Western Railroad. Engine #107. 1954. Passenger train pulls west out of Durham. Downtown Durham (CCB building at left) is seen in the background. Mac Connery. Photog: Tom Wicker
H031 Southern Railway. Engine # 2033. ca. 1950. Coupling for tender seen at rear of more modern locomotive engine pushing passenger and mailcars down track at train station. Mac Connery
H032 Louis Austin, Editor of The Carolina Times. 1950's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H033 Union Insurance Realty Co. E. M. Michaux. ca. 1958. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H034 Founders of Service Printing Co. 1950's. Nathaniel White, ? White, David Reed, ? Swann. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H035 John Avery Boys Club. 1950's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H036 John Avery Boys Club Van with Baseball Players. 1950's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H037 White Rock Baptist Church. 1950's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H038 Norfley Whitted, on WDNC Radio. 1950's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H039 Scarborough Nursery School Rhythm Band. 1951. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H040 Boy Scout Jamboree. 1953. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H041 Soap Box Derby. 1950's? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H042 Mrs. Ruby Divine crossing guard for the Burton School area. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H043 First Black Fire Station. Station #4. 1958? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H044 First Black Assigned to a Police Patrol Car. 1950's? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H045 First Black police officer Pictured Driving Police Patrol Car. 1950's? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H046 R.N. Harris, First Black Elected to Durham City Council. Mr. Harris was elected to the council in 1953. He was also the first black appointed to the school board, in 1958. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H047 Durham Committee on Black Affairs, with Luther Hodges. 1955. The Committee meets with the Governor of North Carolina. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H048 DeShazor Beauty College. Classroom Scene. 1950's? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H049 Durham Equalization Suit. Lawyers. 1950's. Thompson, John Wheeler, others. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H050 North Carolina College. Aerial View. 1950's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H051 Bull City Barber College. 1950. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H052 Durham Sports Club. 1950's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H053 Lionel Hampton and John Baker with Coach Riddick. 1950's. At North Carolina College? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H054 Young Tennis Stars, Including Arthur Ashe. 1950's. Arthur Ashe is second from right. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H055 Little League Baseball Team. Service Printing. 1950. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
H056 Durham Hosiery Mill. Centennial Group. 1953. Group of men shown with beards and period costumes in celebration of centennial. Front row center with stripped jacket is Marvin Herbert (Jack) Franklin. Unknown
H057 Durham Hosiery Mill. Looping Department. ca. 1953. Loftin C. Buchanan is at center of picture. Some black workers included. Unknown
H058 Durham Bulls Baseball Team. ca 1930s Seven members of the team. Unknown
H059 Durham Bulls Baseball Team. ca 1930's Fourteen team members. Unknown
H060 Boys' Shop and Young Men's Shop. 1956. Stores at S.W. corner of Main and Church Streets. 126-128 E. Main St. Unknown
H061 Twadell School Recital. 1950's? See G194-G195. Unknown
H062 Twadell School Recital. 1950's? See G194-G195. Unknown
H063 Durham Athletic Park. Proposed New Stadium. 1950's? Unknown
H064 Lincoln Hospital. 1950's? Unknown
H065 Herald-Sun Press Building Addition. 1950's? Architect's drawing. Unknown
H066 Rose Agency. Interior. 1953. Unknown
H067 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Administration Bldg. 1953. Architect's drawing of exterior of building. Unknown
H068 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Administration Bldg. 1953. Architect's drawing of plan of interior. Unknown
H069 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Terminal Entrance. 1950's? Unknown
H070 Raleigh-Durham Airport. Wide View of Terminal. 1950's. Unknown
H071 W.C. Lyon Service Station. ca. 1950 (+ or - 5 years). Two way service station where Omni Hotel now stands. This station was run by W.C. Lyon Co. until the city took over the land. The station was located at the rear of W.C. Lyon Hardware between Model Laundry and W.C. Lyon Co., Inc. Unknown
I001 'Four Acres.' House of B.N. Duke. Kitchen Interior. 1961. Although house construction and finishing dates from 1910, photo is documentation before house demolition in 1961 of extant features -- wall lamp, wall tile, floor tile, sink, ceiling lights, etc. Radiator in corner was used to heat food. House was located at SE corner of Chapel Hill & Duke Sts., diagonally across from Duke Memorial Methodist Church. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
I002 'Four Acres.' House of B.N. Duke. Kitchen Radiator. 1961. See I001. Radiator was used to heat food or keep warm. David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
I004 North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Co. Groundbreaking.1963 Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I005 North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company. Dedication. 1966. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I006 Weaver's Cleaners. 1960's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I007 Service Printing Company. Exterior. 1960's? Corner of Pettigrew St. and Branch Pl., Hayti. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial.
I008 Parents United. School Support Group. 1960's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I009 Service Printing Company. Printing Press. 1960's? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I010 Women-in-Action Clearinghouse. 1960's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I011 Women-in-Action Clearinghouse. Interior. 1960's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I012 Black Lawyers of Durham. 1960's? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981
I013 Joseph Biggers, First Black Deputy Sheriff. 1960. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I014 John Avery Boys Club. Interior. 1960's? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I015 John Avery Boys Club. Exterior. 1960's? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I016 Durham School Suit Lawyers. 1960's? Conrad Pearson, ? Thompson, Floyd McKissick, William G. Marsh, John H. Wheeler. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I017 Demonstration in front of Baldwin's Dept. Store. 1960's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I018 Civil Rights Protest. 1960's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I019 Protest March. Urban Renewal. 1960's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I020 Durham Committee on Black Affairs. 1960's? Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I021 Leroy Walker showing trophies. 1960's. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
I022 Ervin Homes receiving varsity letter, N.C. State. ca. 1965. Homes was the first black to receive an Atlantic Coast Conference varsity letter. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
J001 William Bell, Chairman of County Commissioners. 1970. Bell was the first black chairman of the Durham County Commissioners. . Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
J002 W.G. Pearson, first black judge in Durham County. ca.1976. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
J003 Negro Braille Magazine. Founder Lyda Merrick.1970's. Founder Lyda Merrick is in center. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
J004 Injection Molding Company, UDI Industrial Park. 1979. Interior of plant located in the United Durham Incorporated Industrial Park. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
J005 United Durham Incorporated Supermarket. 1974. Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.
J006 N.C. Central School of Library Science. Faculty. 1970-71. Back row -- Hagel Stephenson, Dean Annette L. Phinazee, Evelyn Pope. Front row -- Dorothy Campbell, Ann Jenkins, Tommie Young. Unknown.
J007 N.C. Central University. Founders' Day. ca. 1975. Front row: Louise Holmes Elder (widow of Alfonso Elder, second president of N.C.C.U.), not known, Carolyn Smith Green (Dr. Shepard's granddaughter), Annie Day Shepard Smith (Dr. Shepard's daughter), Lillie Shepard Boulware (Dr. Shepard's sister), Marjorie Augusta Shepard (Dr. Shepard's daughter). Unknown.
OA001 Bennett Place. Civil War Site. Pencil Drawing. ca. 1870. Copy of drawing shows site where Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston formally surrendered to Union General William T. Sherman in 1865. Site was formally dedicated in the 1920's. Unknown.
OC001 Bennett Place. Historic Civil War Site. ca. 1900. Photo of the two buildings of James Bennett's homestead, where Gen. Joseph Johnston surrendered to Gen. William T. Sherman in 1865. This photo shows the site at its most decrepit; it was dedicated in the 1920's and is now restored. Parnell Coll.
OC002 Cape Fear & Northern Railroad. Apex, N.C. 1903. Photo of turn-of-the-century locomotive (Engine #103) and tender poised on tracks. Excellent detail of primitive steam locomotive. Mac Connery
OC003 Hotel Carrolina. Veteran Reunion. ca. 1900. Large group of Spanish-American War veterans gather in front of the Hotel Carrolina for a formal reunion portrait. Veterans are in uniform and carry balloons attached to sticks. Behind them the hotel is a massive and complex example of Victorian style. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OD001 First National Bank & Office Building. Durham. ca. 1910. Massive seven-story bank and office building located on Main Street just north of the railroad tracks was later the location of NCNB. Details of 1910 include masses of trolley car, electrical, and telephone wires; carts and horsedrawn buggy; awnings with FNB logo. Archives & History, Neg. #N75.6.1512.
OD002 First National Bank. Interior. ca. 1910. Interior shot of bank building shows details of classic Grecian style finish work (especially ceiling and columns), marble wall facade to teller windows, and spittoons on the floor. Archives & History, Neg. #N.75.6.1513
OD003 Peerless Flour Factory. Durham Industrial District. ca.1910. Photo shows unusual construction of multi-story building -- what appears to be paper over a wood frame. Building was located at the corner of Vivian Street and McMannen Street, just south of the railroad. Chute runs to boxcar from right sude of building. Parnell Coll.
OD004 Old Trinity Church. Downtown Durham. ca. 1910. Photo taken in winter shows tall spire. 'Trinity' is written in the rose window over the doorway. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OE001 Downtown Durham. Main & Corcoran Streets. 1933. Photo taken from across the street shows the NW corner of Main & Corcoran, with the original Post Office, the Fidelity Bank and office building next door, the Washington Duke Hotel (twin towers) in back, and the Geer Building across the street on the right. One can look west down Main Street to Five Points and beyond to the smoke stacks of what became the L&M Tobacco Factory. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE002 Downtown Durham. Main Street Looking West. ca. 1920. View looking west toward intersection of Main & Corcoran reveals the ornate style and details of the many shop facades built after the turn of the century. Aside from the Geer Building, Post Office, and Fidelity Bank (center) one can pick out other enterprises such as Kinton's Jewelers, Doyle Florist, Merchants Bank, Florsheim Shoes, Whelan Drug Co., and Kress Dept. Store (far left). Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE003 Durham County Court House. ca. 1920. Photo taken from across the street shows complete facade of Court House, located on Main Street, one block over from Union Station. Note folding chairs for passersby, trolley wires along street, and bars on windows of the fourth floor -- location of city jail. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE004 Downtown Durham. Jordan Building, Main Street. ca. 1920. Large format photo reveals details of architecture of commercial buildings, and some of the businesses housed there, such as Lipscomb-Gattis (clothing store), Rosenstein's, a billiard parlor, and, next door, Sears & Roebuck. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE005 Downtown Durham. Hackney Block, Corcoran Street. ca. 1920. Built in 1902, the Hackney Block as shown here housed the Plaza Cafe, Coleman's Drug Store, Home Insurance Agency, and other offices upstairs. Cleaning truck is parked in front. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE006 Downtown Durham. Hackney Block and Other Buildings. ca.1920. Expanded viewpoint of photo shows not only the Hackney Block (see OE005), but also the alley and building west of it, where Christian and King Printing Co. was housed. Note billboard signs painted on side of narrow alley. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE007 Downtown Durham. Chapel Hill St. Intersection. ca. 1920. Moving farther north on the street (see OE005 and OE006) one reaches the corner, and the building which housed a garage, storage, and car rental business. Windows of Christian and King Printing have been pasted over with flyers advertising a minstrel show and the musical 'Hit the Deck.' Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE008 Downtown Durham. Public Service Co. ca. 1920. Building housed offices of Durham's electric company. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE009 Downtown Durham. Public Service Co. at Christmas. ca. 1920. Photo taken at twilight from building across the street details Christmas ornaments on building and merchandise on display in store windows. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE010 Downtown Durham. Chapel Hill St. from Roney. ca. 1920. Photo shows lesser style of commercial architecture on lesser street. Types of businesses include a furniture store, a battery service and tire company, a transport company, etc. Note rear of old Academy of Music (center) which was removed in the early twenties for construction of the Washington Duke Hotel (since demolished). Four buildings at extreme right were at one time occupied by the Herald-Sun Papers. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE011 Downtown Durham. Church & Parrish Streets. ca. 1920. Photo taken in winter (slush on streets) shows hardware store located at intersection. Looking east on Parrish, one can see the towers of the Washington Duke Hotel in the distance. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE012 Downtown Durham. Industrial District. ca. 1920. Rooftop photo of area SW of courthouse reveals electrical station and generating plant (center) and other buildings and businesses, such as Seeman Printery (far up the street, with rooftop sign). Durham County Courthouse upper stories and roof are visible at far right. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE013 Downtown Durham. Peabody Street & Railroad Tracks. ca.1920. Just south of Main St., Peabody St. fronted the Durham & Southern Railroad as it passed through town. Note 'back street' architecture of Peabody Drug Co., Wholesale, and lack of street frontage. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE014 Downtown Durham. Elks Lodge, Main & Market Sts. ca.1920. Note tiled roof and concrete stucco look of upper stories of building, which once housed the B.P.O.E. (Elks Lodge) and was later the location of Guaranty State Bank. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE015 Downtown Durham. The Jordan Building, Main St. ca. 1920. Located on the south side of Main Street, the Jordan Building at this point (see OE004) housed Newark Shoes ($3.50 a pair), the Gattis-Newton Clothing Store (earlier Lipscomb-Gattis), possibly a billiard parlor upstairs. Sears & Roebuck is across the street to the right. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE016 Durham Public Service Co. Ice Department. ca. 1920. Photo is of large drive-in warehouse just off railroad tracks. A later photo shows this to be the location not only of the 'Light and Power' sign, but also of the Durham Traction Company, Durham's trolley company. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE017 Southern Feed and Grocery Co. Great Jones St. ca. 1920. Photo shows long, low shed with skylights, running along Great Jones St. between Main and Chapel Hill Streets. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE018 General Service Station, Angier Avenue. E. Durham. ca. 1920. Located on a corner of Angier Avenue in East Durham, this gasoline/service station supplied Standard Oil products. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE019 C.D. Kenny Delivery Truck. ca. 1920. Photo shows full length and details of truck used to deliver the teas, coffees, and sugars of the C.D. Kenny Co. Note 5-digit phone number. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE020 Three Gulf Gasoline Trucks. ca. 1920. Photo taken from across leveled ground shows three trucks ca. 1910-20 mounted with oil drums. These are the prototypes of today's gasoline semis. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE021 Lakewood Park Bus Route. Residential Area. ca. 1920. Photo shows bus stopped at bus stop in front of a large stone house, with other equally-sized houses visible in the neighborhood. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE022 Hope Valley Bus at Five Points. ca. 1920. With trolley car passing in the background, official photo of first run of Hope Valley bus route, complete with inaugurating dignitaries, was taken at stop at Five Points. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE023 Durham Trolley Service. Women Boarding. ca. 1920. Photo of group of women in summer dress boarding electric trolley car with City Auditorium ad on cloth draped on side. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE024 Lakewood & Mangum Streets Bus Route. People boarding.ca.1920. Two buses stop for passengers in neighborhood of Salvation Army (far right) and Elliot Furniture Co. Note poster advertising Charlie Chaplin in 'The Gold Rush.' Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE025 Chapel Hill Street from Willard. ca. 1925. West Chapel Hill Street looking east from intersection of Willard Street. Note Victorian houses and elevated tower for crossing guard at railroad in middle distance; Budd-Piper Roofing Co. sign across railroad, newly-built Washington Duke Hotelin the distance. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE026 West Chapel Hill Street from Duke St. 1925. View point follows trolley car and street down to barricade and construction site of overpass on W. Chapel Hill St. near Five Points. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE027 W. Chapel Hill St. Railroad Overpass Construction. 1920's. See OE026. This photo is a closer view of construction of overpass near Five Points. Two neighborhood children are unidentified. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE028 Angier Avenue, East Durham. Street Corner. ca.1920. Photo shows front view of General Service Station (see OE018) and reveals details and identities of other neighborhood businesses -- a feed store and a transport company. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OE029 Jourdan Transfer Company. Delivery Trucks. ca. 1920. Photo shows fleet of four Mack trucks belonging to the company, fully manned and fully loaded with tiles. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE030 Railroad Crossing, South Side of Durham. ca. 1920. Aerial view shows details of trains, cars, and pedestrians at railroad crossing southeast of downtown Durham. Unknown.
OE031 J.S. Carr. Formal Portrait. ca. 1920. Photo has 'brushstroke' quality inherent in graininess. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE032 W.E. Lipscomb. Formal Portrait with Associates. ca. 1920. Lipscomb, associated with Gattis in a clothing store on Main St., is shown here with unidentified associates. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE033 J.T. Blackwell. Formal Portrait. ca. 1920. Formal portrait of man responsible for Bull Durham Tobacco and one of the men responsible for the growth and success of Durham. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE034 Ox with Tobacco Hogshead. Costume photo. ca. 1920. Old costume, dress-up photo shows man in boots, with shotgun, leading an ox hitched to a tobacco barrel used as a wheel. Sign above advertises 'Bull' Durham Tobacco. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE035 Tobacco Fields and Farmers. ca. 1920. Photo shows lush tobacco rows with owners/workers in field. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE036 Two Farmers and Horse in Tobacco Field. ca. 1920. Two tobacco farmers in typical bib overalls pose in lush tobacco field with horse in bridle and collar. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE037 Man Priming Tobacco. ca. 1920. Black farmer poses with leaves stripped from nearby tobacco plant. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE038 Black Workers in Young Cotton Field. ca. 1920. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE039 American Tobacco Co. Lucky Strike Display. ca. 1920. Interior shot, possibly at county fair, of Lucky Strike Cigarette display located under skylight. Note bull, sheaves of tobacco, home fireplace atmosphere, display assistants posing like mannequins, and poster with endorsements of golfers Gene Sarazen and Johnny Farrell. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE040 'Four Acres.' House of B.N. Duke. ca. 1920. Photo shows driveway and intricate landscaping of grounds in front of house. House was demolished in 1961. (See D054.) Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE041 Trinity College. Library Construction Site. ca. 1920. Photo shows two women operating steamshovel whiile men in shirtsleeves look on. Robert Flowers on the wagon. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, B.N. Duke Coll.
OE042 Duke University Chapel Construction. West Campus. 1926. Photog: Parnell. Unknown.
OE043 Duke University Chapel Construction. 1926. Photo of construction site shows men working the stone, scaffolding along the walls, men setting the stone, and the rafters of Gothic style roof. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE044 Duke University Chapel Construction. Rear Shot. 1926. Rear view of same building (OE043) shows square casement windows set into the stone wall. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE045 Funeral of James B. Duke. Procession at Trinity College.1925. Photo shows students bearing wreaths and flanking the entrance to the East Duke Building on the grounds of old Trinity College, afterwards Women's College, now East Campus of Duke University. Oct. 13, 1925. Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OE046 Downtown Durham Parade. Red Cross Float. ca. 1920. Float depicting the world-wide stature and service of the American Red Cross pauses in front of the courthouse on Main Street for a picture. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE047 Traveling Men's Minstrel Troupe. Downtown Durham. 1922. Approximately 61-member traveling minstrel show poses for picture in front of Shepherd's Furniture Store in downtown Durham. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE048 Champs Baseball Team. Formal Photo. ca. 1920. Thirteen players, coach, and manager pose for formal portrait at Durham Athletic Park. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE049 Watts Hospital Nursing School Graduation. 1925. Eleven senior nursing students pose with caps and flowers on the stage of Craven Memorial Hall for graduation picture. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE050 Dedication of Bennett Place. Civil War Site. ca. 1920. Civil War veterans, families, and children gather for dedication of farm where Gen. Johnston surrendered to Gen. Sherman in 1865. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE051 Durham Dignitaries in front of City Hall. ca. 1920. 23 dignitaries gather for portrait in front of City Hall. Included are mayor, police chief, fire chief, local ministers, etc. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE052 Appliance Show on Stage. Durham Auditorium? ca. 1920. Photo of women showing off various models of iceboxes, gas stoves, kitchen tables and chairs, a hutch, etc. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE053 Appliance Show on Stage. Durham Auditorium? ca. 1920. Photo is same as OE052, but reveals other details such as vacuum cleaner and ornate decorations on walls of theatre. Photog: Parnell Unknown.
OE054 Mock Wedding. Children dressed up. ca. 1920. 7-8-year-olds dressed as bride, groom, and minister, pose for mock wedding picture. Unknown.
OF001 Public Service Company. Downtown Durham. ca. 1930. Taken from across the street, photo shows Public Service Co. building with appliances in the display windows. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF002 Belk's Department Store. Main Street. ca. 1930. The beginnings of the Belk-Leggett Department Store complex on the north side of Main Street. Note that only the 'B' of the name is on the building facade. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF003 Washington Duke Hotel. Downtown Durham. ca. 1930. Photo shows first two floors of massive hotel complex (note twin towers rising) which included other businesses such as Home Building & Loan Association. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF004 Mangum and Hunt Streets. Durham. ca. 1930. Photo details residential nature of Mangum Street just NE of the downtown Durham business district. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF005 Public Service Company. Durham. Utility Truck. ca. 1930. Photo shows bright new utility truck loaded with tools, hoses, ropes, and tool lockers. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF006 Durham City Bus Garage. Interior. ca. 1930. Interior shot shows Five Points and Hillsboro Road buses pulled over maintenance pits made with wooden beams. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF007 Empty Trolley Car Parked in Yard. ca. 1930. Note delta-and-clover symbol on side of trolley, and spare wheels and axles piled in foreground. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF008 Durham Trolley and Bus Yard. Country Club Bus. ca. 1930. Photo shows details of parked Mack bus as well as industrial nature of surrounding area. Standard Oil Building is at right. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF009 Passenger Boarding Holloway Street Bus. ca. 1930. Photo reveals rural nature of street running through East Durham. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF010 Fayetteville Street Bus During Shift Change. ca. 1930. Bus is stopped right outside L&M tobacco factory during shift change. Women workers wear primarily white dresses. Fire Station #2 is across the street, between buildings. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF011 Buses Loading at Five Points. Downtown Durham. ca. 1930. Ball Park bus and another bus are loading up at Five Points. Photo reveals variety of local businesses across the street. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF012 Downtown Durham. Main Street Near Five Points. ca. 1930. Photo shows facades of C.D. Kenney Co. and Federal Clothing Co. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF013 Durham Public Service Co. Car Barn & Bus Garage. ca.1930. The Durham Public Service Co. not only operated Durham's transportation system, but furnished the city with ice and electricity. There was also a downtown store selling electrical appliances for the home. Duke Power Company later took over the electrical and transportation facilities. Public Service Co. of N.C. is the name now used by the distributor of natural gas for the city. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF014 Tire Shop. Interior. ca. 1930. Interior shot shows tires, chrome ornaments, and other accessories on shelves and in display cases. Early radio set with triple tuning dials sits on counter. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF015 Tire Shop. Interior, Showing Cash Register. ca. 1930. Storage space for tires, and cash register on counter. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF016 Movie Made in Durham. Downtown Location. ca. 1930. Long shot from building across the street at the corner of Main & Corcoran shows cars on set in front of Post Office, camera rolling at far right, and crowds watching on both sides. Other details in photo are Perry-Horton Shoe Store, Blacknall's Drugs, and the Geer Building. This corner was rebuilt after the great fire of 1914. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF017 Movie Made in Durham. Close-up Still Shot. ca. 1930. Close-up of car wreckage in front of Post Office at Main and Corcoran. Movie appears to be a comedy on the slapstick side. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF018 American Tobacco Company Plant. Cars & Buildings. ca. 1930. Cars and motorcycles are draped with bunting, denoting some special occasion. Lucky Strike Tower is in background. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF019 American Tobacco Company. Warehouses in Durham. ca. 1930. Photo shows massive complex of stepped-down buildings that form part of American Tobacco Co., maker of Lucky Strike. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF020 'Four Acres.' B.N. Duke House. ca. 1930. Massive residence of B.N. Duke was positioned on spacious grounds with marble columned grape arbor. Block of Duke, Chapel Hill, & Willard Sts. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF021 'Four Acres.' Close-up of B.N. Duke House. ca. 1930. Tight shot of corner steps of house, as well as box hedges. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF022 'Four Acres.' B.N. Duke House. Front Entrance. ca. 1930. House was razed in 1961. Block of Chapel Hill, Duke, and Willard Streets. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF023 'Four Acres.' Grounds of B.N. Duke House. ca. 1930. Picture shows marble columned arbor on front walk to house. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF024 Edward Tyler Rollins. Portrait. 1930? Mr. Rollins owned and published the Durham Morning Herald from 1894 until his death in 1931. Photog: Parnell David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University
OF025 Duke Hospital Staff. 1931. Thirty-one men stand outside the Davison entrance to what is now Duke Hospital South, the original Duke Hospital Building. Dr. Davison, for whom this first building was eventually named, is #21. Photog: Richardson Thomas T. Jones
OF026 West Durham. Main Street Looking West. Aerial Shot.ca.1930. Clear Shot of West Durham (west of Broad St.) shows the Erwin Mill (later Burlington Domestics) with its pond, Erwin Auditorium across the street off Erwin Road running west, the baseball diamond at Broad & Main, and in the distance to the left, Duke Chapel. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.3497
OF027 West Durham. Close-up of Erwin Mills. Aerial Shot ca.1930. Shot shows details of mill and commercial buildings across Ninth Street. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.3493
OF028 West Durham. Ninth Street Looking North. ca. 1930. Aerial photo shows railroad overpass just south of Ninth Street on Erwin Road, and then, looking north and east, the still fairly undeveloped area to the north, and Duke's East Campus at far right. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.3494
OF029 West Durham. Looking East from Erwin Mills. ca. 1930. Aerial view shows details of the mill and the facades of shops on Ninth Street. Duke's East Campus can be seen in the distance at center. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.3492
OF030 West Durham. Ninth Street. Aerial View. ca. 1930. Close-up of Ninth Street and Hillsboro Road shows details of Erwin Mills and shops on Ninth Street. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.3496
OF031 Duke University. Stadium. Aerial Close-up. ca. 1930. Photo shows stadium filled to capacity for football game. Note Duke Chapel, West Campus buildings, and Duke Hospital in center distance. Stadium was later named Wallace Wade Stadium in honor of Duke's great football coach. During his tenure the only Rose Bowl game played outside of California was played here in 1942, because of wartime concerns about the west coast. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.8341
OF032 Duke University. Stadium. Aerial Long Shot. ca. 1930. Stadium, parking lots, and buildings of West Campus can be seen. Archives & History, Neg.#53.15.8341
OF033 Duke University. Stadium and Parking. ca. 1930. Aerial photo shows capacity crowd and parking in lots and adjacent roads. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.8344
OF034 Duke University. Stadium and West Campus. ca. 1930. Aerial shot gives clear view of packed stadium and chapel quad, with huge parking areas. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.8343
OF035 West Durham. Main Street and Railroad Looking East.ca.1930. Aerial shot follows street and tracks from corner of Ninth and Main Sts. going east toward downtown Durham. Duke's East Campus is at top left. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.15.3495
OF036 Bahama Railroad Station. ca. 1930. Tiny wooden structure was train stop for area northeast of Durham. 'L & D' symbol scroll-cut into gable indicates Lynchburg and Durham division of Norfolk & Western Railroad. Mac Connery
OF037 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #1140. 1939. Photo shows details of 4-8-0 12-wheeler #1140 rolling along track./p> Mac Connery
OF038 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #201. 1939. Shot shows features of 2-10-0 decapod #201. Engineer is Walter Williams; fireman is Clarence Lowery. Mac Connery
OG001 The Herald-Sun Building. Downtown Durham. ca. 1940-50. Tight shot of the Chapel Hill St. side of the building addition to the Durham Morning Herald and Durham Sun newspaper business. Photog: Charles Cooper. Durham Morning Herald
OG002 The Herald-Sun Building. Market & Chapel Hill Sts. 1940's? Photo taken from across the street shows original turn-of-the century building and its '30's addition. Building housed Durham's morning and afternoon newspapers and radio station WDNC (note neon sign on top of addition). (Cars look late 40's or 50's) Photog: Charles Cooper. Durham Morning Herald
OG004 Edgemont Graded School. East Durham. 1940's. Picture shows front of double-winged elementary school. Uniformed crossing guard allows young student to cross the street. Photog: Charles Cooper Durham Morning Herald
OG005 Watts Hospital. New Addition. ca. 1940's? Photo shows new square brick addition to Watts Hospital, located at Ninth Street and W. Club Boulevard. (Hospital later became N.C. School of Science & Mathematics.) Photog: Whitney & Scott Durham Morning Herald
OG006 Lincoln Hospital. Fayetteville Street. ca. 1940. Photo shows front of the hospital built to serve the black community in Durham. It is now a community clinic. Photog: Jack Williams Durham Morning Herald
OG007 Murray Avenue Looking West. ca. 1953. Paved street meets dirt road at this corner, showing suburban to rural nature of some parts of Durham. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.16.1677
OG008 Roxboro Road, N. Bragtown. ca. 1953. A.T. & T. switching station is at left. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.16.1679 Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.16.1679
OG009 Miles Restaurant, Yost Awning Shop, Etc. ca. 1940. Photo shows 'light' commercial street. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.16.1675
OG010 Miles Restaurant. Front View. ca. 1940. Photo shows front of restaurant and adjacent parking lot. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.16.1676
OG011 Berry's Self-Service. Durham Road Scene. ca. 1940. Picture reveals undeveloped aspect of outer areas of Durham. Photo shows small grocery store, tire shop, Amoco gas station, and church distributed along the highway. Archives & History, Neg.#N.53.16.1678
OG012 Duke University. Parking Lot off Main Quad. ca. 1940. Growth of the university's parking problems is revealed in this early photo of cars parked on the leveled dirt lot in back of the dormitories on the SE side of the main quadrangle. Photog: Jack Williams Durham Chamber of Commerce
OG013 Westinghouse Electrical Generator. ca. 1940. Generator at old Watts Hospital? Or Hillandale Water Filter Plant? Unknown.
OG014 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine # 200. 1940. 2-10-0 Decapod #200 locomotive and tender backed up to another locomotive proceed down the track behind houses. Photog: Wiley Bryan Mac Connery
OG015 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine # 202. 1940. 2-10-0 Decapod #202 proceeds along track. Photog: Wiley Bryan Mac Connery
OG016 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #1140. 1940. 4-8-0 12-wheeler #1140 with engineer and fireman stands in rail yards. Photog: Wiley Bryan Mac Connery
OG017 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #201. 1940. 2-10-0 Decapod #201 with tender backs down track. Photog: Wiley Bryan Mac Connery
OG018 Southern Railroad. Engine #315. 1944. Built in Richmond, VA, in 1901, this 2-8-0 Consolidation #315 locomotive was photographed by Tom Wicker. Mac Connery
OG019 Norfolk & Western Railroad. Engine #209. 1944. Seen pulling west out of Union Station past the county courthouse and the backs of shops on Peabody St., this engine, built in the Roanoke shops in 1926, was a K-3 class 4-82 Mountain, #209. Mac Connery
OG020 Southern Railroad. Engine #319. 1946. This 2-8-0 Consolidation, no. #319, was built in Richmond, VA, in 1901. Mac Connery
OG021 Southern Railroad. Engine #2211. 1948. An Alco S-2 Switcher #2211 with 1,000 HP approaches water tower. Photog: Tom Wicker Mac Connery
OG022 Seaboard Airline Railroad. Engine #503. 1949. Freight train rolls east out of Durham, leaving the county courthouse and other business district buildings in the background. Mac Connery.
OH001 Durham County Court House. Downtown Durham. ca. 1950. 3/4 shot of the Court House, located on Main St., just north of the railroad station. Note bars on windows of fourth floor, where city jail was located. Photog: Jack Williams Durham Chamber of Commerce
OH002 Durham City & County Department of Health. ca. 1950. Previously used as a department store, this building at the corner of E. Main and Roxboro housed the Health Dept. Photog: Jack Williams Durham Chamber of Commerce
OH003 Durham City Hall. Morris St. & Manning Place. ca. 1950. Double-winged building extended back to Durham Auditorium on Roney St. side. In 1978 a new City Hall was built further east, off Mangum Street in the downtown area. This building became the Durham Arts Council Building (Royall Arts Center). Photog: Jack Williams Durham Chamber of Commerce
OH004 Durham Armory/Civic Center. Corner of Morgan & Foster. 1950. Note medieval turret style of architecture and fortress-like quality of building. Photog: Jack Williams Durham Chamber of Commerce
OH005 The Fuller School. Durham City School System. ca. 1950. Massive two-story brick double-winged building represented typical public school construction in cities in the 30's and 40's. Photog: Charles Cooper Durham Chamber of Commerce
OH006 Norfolk and Western Railroad. Engine #946. 1950. W-2 Class 2-80 Consolidation #946 locomotive and tender wait on track. Mac Connery
OH007 Norfolk & Western Railroad. Engine #577. 1950. E2A Class, 4-6-2 Pacific #577 locomotive was built in 1910 at Alco, Richmond, and scrapped May 1951. Mac Connery
OH008 Seaboard Airline Railroad. Engine #1057. 1951. L-5 Class 0-60 swicher #1057 locomotive and tender on track. Mac Connery
OH009 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #403. 1952. 2-10-0 Decapod #403 locomotive and tender stand on track. Mac Connery
OH010 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #203. 1952. 2-10-0 Decapod #203 locomotive and tender on track Mac Connery
OH011 Norfolk & Western Railroad. Engine #1129. 1952. M2 class 4-80 12-wheeler #1129 was built in 1910 by Baldwin and scrapped November 1956. Mac Connery
OH012 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #202. 1953. 2-10-0 Decapod #202 locomotive and freight train chug down track. The engineer is E.B. Brewer. Mac Connery
OH013 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #200. 1953. 2-10-0 Decapod #200 with tender and another locomotive. Mac Connery
OH014 Nello L. Teer Co. Railroad Train. Engine #54. 1953. This double front locomotive with the cab in the middle was sold to the Cuban government in 1956. Photog: Bob Drake Mac Connery
OH015 Durham & Southern Railroad. Engine #202. 1953. 2-10-0 Decapod #202 locomotive with tender was a 1933 Baldwin and was photographed outside of Apex, N.C., pulling freight. Mac Connery
PA00 Sketch of the Original Public Library. 1920s.
PA01 Bookmobile with patrons. 1920s.
PA02 Miss Kiwanis bookmobile with patrons. 1920s.
PA03 Miss Kiwanis bookmobile with patrons. Near building labeled 'Boy Scouts Cabin', 1920s.
PA04 Miss Kiwanis bookmobile with patrons. 'Return: Miss Clara Crawford, Librarian, Durham Public Library.Left to right: Mrs. Ethlynne Graham Pickett (Newark, NJ), Miss Clara Crawford, Mrs. A.F. Griggs, Mr. Felix Ackerman (driver), 1920s.
PA05 Miss Kiwanis bookmobile. Inscription: '4x4 Miss Kiwanis', 1920s.
PA06 Bookmobile.
PA07 Library interior, children's corner. Main Street Library, 1920s.
PA08 Library interior, entrance. Main Street Library, 1920s. 'Entrance and changing area.'
PA09 Exterior frontal view of library. Main Street Library, 1920s. 'Front of old Library'
PA10 Interior view, reading room. Main Street Library. 'Reading Room, Old Main Library, ca. 1935-36, Durham, NC.
PA11 Exterior corner view of library. Main Street Library, 1920s.
PA12 Patrons gathered around the circulation desk. Main Street Library, February 29, 1928.
PB01 Display case. November 1936. 'Book week display case Nov, 1936 figures from Macmillan.'
PB03 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB04 Bookmobile with patron. 1930s.
PB05 Bookmobile with patrons. Highway 70 and 54, Nelson Woman's Club, ca. 1933.
PB06 Bookmobile with patrons. Roxboro Road, Smith's Service Station, ca. 1933.
PB07 Bookmobile with patrons.
PB08 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB09 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB10 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB11 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB12 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB13 Woman and child at bookmobile. 1930s.
PB14 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB15 Durham Public Library Photo
PB16 Durham Public Library Photo
PB17 Durham Public Library Photo
PB18 Durham Public Library Photo
PB19 Woman with books, probably at a bookmobile stop. 1930s.
PB21 Log cabin, probably at a bookmobile stop. 1930s.
PB22 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB23 Bookmobile with a group of children. 1930s.
PB24 Bookmobile with a group of children. 1930s.
PB25 Two children reading under a tree, probably at a bookmobile. 1930s.
PB26 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB27 Bookmobile with a group of children. 1930s.
PB28 Bookmobile with a group of children. 1930s.
PB29 Woman (with books) and child on a front porch. 1930s.
PB30 Bookmobile, front view. 1930s.
PB31 Bookmobile with patrons. Bragtown, August 10, 1938.
PB32 Bookmobile with patrons. 1930s.
PB33 Three young boys reading in front of the bookmobile. Bragtown, August 10, 1938
PB34 Bookmobile in front of a store. Store stop, Old Raleigh Hwy., 1938
PB35 Group of children in front of bookmobile. 1930s.
PB36 Woman and young children in front of bookmobile. Bragtown, August 10, 1938
PB37 Man taking books out of bookmobile. 1930s.
PB38 Side view of bookmobile. 1930s.
PB39 Group of men in front of bookmobile. 1930s.
PB40 Group of men in front of bookmobile. CC Camp Boys 1936-38.
PB41 Exterior view of library, Main Street. Main Street entrance, Durham Public Library 1938.
PB42 Exterior view of library, Main Street. Durham Public Library building, 1938.
PB43 Exterior front view of library, Main Street. Main entrance, 1938.
PB44 Exterior front view of library, Main Street. Kodak picture taken in August 1938.
PB45 Rear exterior view of library, Main Street. Rear view of library, 1938.
PB46 Clara Crawford standing on a deck. 1930s, Clara Crawford
PC01 Two women in the stacks. Edith Horton (r) helps a patgron in the library stacks. ca. 1943
PC02 Five library employees inside the Main Street Library. Ca. 1944. Edna Carter Left - 1, Sophronica Webb Left - 2, Pearl Lunsford Left - 3, Clara Crawford second from right, Eva Carter first on right. Ca. 1944.
PC03 Main Street Library interior, children's room. Children's room in the Main Street Library, ca. 1948-49.
PC04 Main Street Library interior. Main Street Library, ca 1946-47
PC05 Exterior front view of Main Street Library. 1940s. Stamped on back: Herald Sun Photo, Durham NC; Charles H. Cooper, Photographer
PC06 Children reading in the Main Street Library. 1940s. Children room at the Main Street Library.
PC07 Children reading in the children's room, Main Street Library. Ca. 1940s Children room at Main Street Library.
PC08 Children reading at the Y.E. Smith Branch library. YE Smith Branch Library, 1944.
PC09 Children inside Y.E. Smith Branch library. Y.E. Smith Branch library, 1944. Mrs. B.R. Jordan at desk ca 1948-49
PC10 Children's party, Y.E. Smith Branch library. Y.E. Smith Branch library, 1940s.
PC11 Children's party, Y.E. Smith Branch library. Y.E. Smith Branch library, 1940s.
PC12 Children's party, Y.E. Smith Branch library. Y.E. Smith Branch library, 1940s.
PC13 Women in front of bookmobile. Margaret Allman in center, ca. 1941-42.
PC14 Woman in front of bookmobile. Nora Rose, 1939.
PC15 Woman in field. Nora Rose, 1939.
PC16 Woman in front of bookmobile. Pearl P. Hall, ca. 1940-41.
PC17 Library at Camp Butner. Barracks at Camp Butner, 1941.
PD01 Five employees inside the Main Street Library. Staff room, 1950s. Mrs. M. Andrew Cushman, Mrs. Rollins Carter, Mrs. Bradley Morton, Mrs. Pearl Hall Skipper Skoggins.Stamped on back: Herald-Sun Photo by Tony Rumple.
PD02 Two men and two women inside the library. 1950s. Stamped on back: Larry Martin, photographer, Herald-Sun.
PD03 Two men and two women inside the Main Street Library. 1950s. R. W. Ledford; Claude C. Cannon; Mrs. M. Andrew Cushman, librarian; Mrs. Robert Swan, Assistant Librarian. Lounge.Stamped on back: Larry Martin, Photographer, Herald-Sun.
PD04 Library employee and two patrons. Catherine Johnson at desk, ca. 1959.Stamped on back: Herald-Sun Photo, Charles H. Cooper, Photographer.
PD05 Librarian and two children inside library, Bragtown Branch Library, Thursday, March 19, 1939.
PD06 Two women and three children inside the bookmobile. Edith Horton, first on left. Ca. 1955-56.Stamped on back: Herald-Sun Photo by Tony Rumple.
PD07 Library employee and two patrons inside the Main Street Library. Boots Booth at desk, ca 1954-55.Stamped on back: Herald-Sun Photo, Charles H. Cooper, Photographer.
PD08 Three women inside bookmobile. Edith Horton on left, 1950.Stamped on back: Whitley-Strawbridge.
PD09 Rear view of bookmobile with doors open. Ca. 1958-59.
PD10 View inside bookmobile. 1950s.
PD11 Child in front of a bulletin board (reading club), Main Street Reading Club, ca. 1955.Stamped on back: Herald-Sun photo. Charles H. Cooper, Photographer.
PD12 Interior view of Children's Room, Main Street Library. 1950s. Stamped on back: Ramsey Studio, Durham, NC.
PD13 Interior view of Children's Room, Main Street Library. 1950s. Stamped on back: Ramsey Studio, Durham, NC.
PD14 Interior view of Children's Room, Main Street Library. Children's Room, Main Street Library, Ca, 1956-57. Stamped on back: Ramsey Studio, Durham, NC.
PD15 Miss Clara Crawford, Main Street Library. Miss Clara Crawford.
PE01 View of Julian S. Carr portrait on library wall. General Julian S. Carr, portrait ca. 1967-1968. Photo by I.M. Thornton, Durham-Herald Sun.
PE02 First Gaylord charge card being issued. Miss Jane Pickett and George Linder presenting the first new Gaylord charge card to Marion Fowler, former Library Board Chairman. Ca. 1966. Photo by Charles H. Cooper, Durham Herald-Sun.
PE03 Four men in the library. Left to Right: John Wheeler, DCCL Board Member; J. Russell Bailey, Architect; Benjamin Powell, DCCL Board Member; George Linder, President. Ca. 1966. Photo by Harold Moore, Durham Herald-Sun.
PE04 Plaque being presented to George Linder. Other men not identified. 1960s. Photo by Jim Thornton, Durham Herald-Sun.
PE05 Library employees with new copier machine. Mrs. Cathie Smith and Mrs. Edna Carter with new Xerox machine, 1967. Photo by Harold Moore, Durham Herald-Sun.
PE06 George Linder and Ray Moore looking at a map. Ca. 1966.
PE07 Bookmobile. Location unknown, Ca. 1961-62.
PE08 Bookmobile. Location unknown, Ca. 1969-70.
PE09 Bookmobile. Location unknown, 1960s.
PE10 Woman and two children holding a bird's nest In the library. 1960s.
PE11 Pearl P. Hall at work. Ca. 1965-66.
PE12 Children in front of library. Special Project, North Carolina Volunteers, Bragtown Branch Library. Ray Moore,back left. June 30, 1964.
PE13 DCLA officers. John Johnson, Selena Wheeler, Sadie Hughley, Eunice Drum, Joe Rees. February 14, 1968.
PE14 People looking at a draft of by-laws. Sally Spears, Travis Porter, C.C. Spaulding, Jr., Barbara Smith. Feb. 14, 1968.
PE15 Retirement party and dinner. Left to Right: Benjamin Powell, Board Chairman; Frances McDonald, retired bookmobile librarian; Lizzie R. Noell, retired children's librarian; Alan Ekbert, Acting Director. October 8, 1965.
PE16 New library employees. (Standing) G.R. Linder, Dale Gaddis, Pam Sprinkle; (seated) Eleanor Hinton, Pam Caldwell, Blondina Lawson. Ca. 1967.
PE17 Interior of Main Street Library. Main Room of Library. Ca. 1963.
PE19 Two young women study at the library as patrons browse in the background. ca. 1963
PE20 In the stacks of the library. Jeanine Pickren, library assistant, holds up a very full shelf of books. ca. 1963
PE21 Sophronia Webb, library employee, hard at work at the library. ca. 1963
PE22 Miss Lucy Lanning, assistant librarian, and Mrs. H. B. Alexander, librarian, at the wheel of the bookmobile. ca. 1961 or 1962.
PE23 Employees shelving books, Main Street Library. Mary Ann Howell, Katherine Johnson. Ca 1961-62.
PE24 Employee working in the stacks, Main Street Library. Mrs. Rollins (Edna) Carter. Ca 1968-69.
PE25 Presentation of a book, library, Main Street Library. Katherine Johnson. Ca. 1962-63.
PE26 Children looking at library display, Main Street Library. Ca. 1966-67.
PE27 Library employee Dale Gaddis on the phone, Main Street Library. Inauguration of INWATS reference service, Dale Gaddis, 1968.
PE28 Two library employees at the card catalog, Main Street Library. Mrs. Judy Harris and George Linder. 1965.
PF01 Library employees at work. Gladys Hawkins first on left; Geraldine Veasey second on left; Eleanor Hinton third on left; Pearl P. Hall second on right; Jean C. Pickett first on right. Ca 1971-72.
PF02 Books stacked in the restroom, library annex, Main Street Library Annex, ca. 1976.
PF03 Interior view of Main Street Library. Main Library, ca. 1975.
PF04 Interior view of Main Street Library. Old Main Library, ca. 1969-70.
PF05 Buckets catching water dripping from the ceiling, Main Street Annex, ca. 1976.
PF06 Unidentified library employee amid stacks of newspapers, Main 1970s.
PF07 George Linder and others at Parkwood Branch Library. Parkwood, 1975.
PF08 Opening of Parkwood Branch Library, George Linder and others opening Parkwood, July 1975.
PF09 Dr. Benjamin Powell, Board Chairman. Ca. 1972.
PF10 Front exterior, Main Street Library. 1970s.
PF11 Woman covered in dust jackets. Shirley Brown. July 27, 1977.
PF12 Exterior detail of Main Street Library. 1970s.
PF13 Exterior detail of Main Street Library. 1970s.
PF14 Breaking ground for new library on Roxboro Road. 1979.
PF15 Breaking ground for new library on Roxboro Road. 1979.
PF16 Breaking ground for new library on Roxboro Road. 1979.
PF17 Breaking ground for new library on Roxboro Road. 1979.
PG01 New library dedication, Roxboro Road. 1980.
PG02 Retirement dinner of George Linder, March 30, 1982. From left to right: Dale Gaddis, Library Director; Ed Swindell, County Manager; Carolyn Linder, wife of George Linder; George Linder; and Sally Spears, Library Board Chair. The dinner was held at the Duke University West Campus Union Ballroom.
PG03 Library staff take inventory. Library workers Leonard Sherwin, George Linder, Kathy Walters, Laura Gorham take inventory at the main library. September 1982
PG04 Lower back entrance to the main library. Ca. 1984.
PG05 Front exterior, Roxboro Road Library. Ca. 1984.
PG06 Back exterior, Roxboro Road Library. September 1980.
PG07 Unveiling of George Linder portrait, Roxboro Road Library. James Nicholson, Selena Wheeler, George Linder, Dale Gaddis. January 28, 1985.
PG08 Book sale, Roxboro Road Library. Friends of Library book sale. Leonard Sherwin, Rosella Fuerston, Lorwina Sherwin, Dale Gaddis. 1982.
PG09 All-American City celebration, Roxboro Road Library. John Mickle, Chairman of the Durham All-American City Committee; Dale Gaddis, Director of Durham County Public Library. April 1983.
PG10 Puppet show, Roxboro Road Library. Puppet show at the All-American City celebration, April 20, 1983.
PG11 Puppet show, Roxboro Road Library. Puppet show at the All-American City celebration, April 20, 1983.
PG12 Two women looking at brochures, Roxboro Road Library. Phyllis Muhammad, Doretha Hamidullah, and her 21 month old daughter, Madinah, looking over information pamphlets on area schools.
PG13 All-American City celebration, Roxboro Road Library. All-American City celebration, April 20, 1983.
PG14 Using the microfiche machine, Roxboro Road Library. Dale Gaddis, Peter Neal, Anne Berkley,others not identified. December 1982.
PG15 Using the microfiche machine, Roxboro Road Library. Peter Neal, Anne Berkley, Dale Gaddis. December 1982.
PG16 Library board and director, Roxboro Road Library. Minnie Spaulding, James Nicholson, Sally Spears, Constance Watts, Dale Gaddis. July 25, 1983.
PG17 Library staff outside the Roxboro Road Library. Durham County Library staff at Pearl Hall's retirement, August 1985.
PG18 Iola Parker, volunteer, in the North Carolina Room. 1988.
PG19 Annie Pool, volunteer, in the North Carolina Room. 1988.