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Durham Historic Photographic Archives

C001Durham 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 MichaelsC002Class 1-A, East Durham School. 1908. Class portrait. Garland Goodwin, brother of source, is 2nd from left in front row.Mrs. Rufus E. NewtonC003Pearl 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 UniversityC004Trinity 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. NewsomC005Track Entrance, Trinity College. ca. 1900. 'Track' refers to road which was formerly a racetrack. Washington Duke Building is at left. Photographer: Holladay.W.D. NewsomC006Washington Duke Building, Trinity College, view from pond. ca. 1900. Trinity College campus. Photographer: Holladay.W.D. NewsomC007Stag Pavilion (Gazebo). Trinity College. 1904. This photograph shows original mound of earth and raised walkway which have since disappeared.Archives & History, Neg.#IV.64.7.11C008Road Through Campus. Trinity College. ca. 1900. Washington Duke Building. in the background. Photographer: Holladay.D.W. NewsomC009Washington 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. NewsomC010Trinity 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.75.2.253C011Trinity 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.64.7.22C012Trinity Park School. 1904. Trinity Park School, a high school on the campus of Trinity College.Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.5.15C013Alspaugh Hall. Trinity College. ca. 1904. Front view of imposing symmetrical building.Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.10C014Alspaugh Hall. Trinity College. ca. 1904. Front and side view of building showing decorative detail.Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.23C015Trinity Park School. Main building & others. 1904. Buildings seen through stand of saplings. Building at right is same as C012.Archives & History, Neg.#N.64.7.12C016Statue 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.73.10.288C017Trinity 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.64.7.13C018Trinity 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 UpchurchC019Main 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.64.7.16C020Gate 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.64.7.14C021Trinity 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 UniversityC022Trinity 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. NewsomC023Trinity 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. NewsomC024Teddy 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 UniversityC025W. 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.60.11.73C026Banquet 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.73.11.479C027'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.75.5.123C028Duke 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.UnknownC029Barbecue 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 UniversityC030Addie Belle Vaughan Neville. Wedding portrait. ca. 1905. Portrait of 17-year-old woman in white lace and white bow.Ruby NevilleC031William Henry Neville. Wedding portrait. ca. 1905. Portrait of 21-year-old man.Ruby NevilleC032Watermelon 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 UniversityC033Durham Book & Stationery, interior.1908. Standing in foreground, Allen Harvey Newson.(?)D. W. NewsomC034Hotel 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.UnknownC035Durham Public Library. First building. ca. 1900. Housed in small frame residential-style building, the library was originally located at Five Points.Durham Public LibraryC036West Durham Methodist Church. Main & 9th Sts. 1907. Wooden building with gothic arches at doors and windows. Building no longer exists.A. John DennisC037The 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 CorporationC038Seeman 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 CorporationC039Man 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 DunneganC040Surveying 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 UniversityC041Street 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.UnknownC042Pegram 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 UniversityC043Decatur 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 UniversityC044Albright 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 HarrisC045Albright 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 HarrisC046McKerrall 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 HainesC047Mama & 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. NewtonC048Garland 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. NewtonC049Durham Children. School outing. ca. 1900. Probably a school outing is pictured here. Children appear to be waiting in line to view something.UnknownC050N.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.77.12.68C051A.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 EvansC052N.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.77.12.67C053Group 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.UnknownC054Jackson 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 BowlingC055Lyda 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 ClarkC056West 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 PerryC057Stanely 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 StanelyC058Three 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 UniversityC059C.C. Spaulding. Age 30. ca. 1905.Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.C060Some of the Founders of Mechanics & Farmers Bank. 1900.Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.C061John Merrick with daughters, Geneva, Mabel, and Martha. 1909.Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.C062Aerial View of Durham. ca. 1905.Black History Exhibit, Durham County Centennial, 1981.C063Trinity 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.UnknownC065Original Seeman Printery Bldg. at 101 W. Main St. ca. 1900.UnknownC066Durham Fire Department.UnknownC067Durham Fire Dept. Hose Wagon #2.UnknownC068Watts Hospital School of Nursing. 1st Graduates. 1904. First graduating class, with G.W. Watts.UnknownC069Southern Conservatory of Music. Graduates 1906. Graduates with Director Gilmore Ward Bryant, back row, third from left.UnknownC070Southern 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.UnknownC071Southern Conservatory of Music Sitting Room.UnknownC072Southern Conservatory of Music Orchestra. ca. 1905. Young cellist is G.W. Bryant's (director's) son Max Wiley.UnknownC073Mrs. Gilmore Ward Bryant. Mrs. Bryant was the wife of the Director of the Southern Conservatory of Music, and head of the voice department.UnknownC074Gilmore Ward Bryant. Mr. Bryant was Director of The Southern Conservatory of Music.UnknownC075Max 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.UnknownD001W. 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 HarrisD002W. 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 HarrisD003Main 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 HarrisD004Loan & 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.UnknownD005Durham Cotton Mill. E. Main St. & Angier. ca. 1910. Early view of building.UnknownD006Durham Hosiery Mills, #1. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD007First National Bank Bldg. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Location: SE corner of Main & Corcoran Sts.Carl HarrisD008Hotel Malbourne. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Location: NW corner of Main & Roxboro Sts.Carl HarrisD009Main Street looking east from the Old Post Office. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD010City Park, downtown. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD011Country 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 HarrisD012Main Street looking west. ca. 1910. Ground level view from post card.Carl HarrisD013Fertilizer Plant, V.C.C. Co. ca. 1910. In east Durham, off Angier Ave. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD014North Dormitory, Trinity College. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD015Geer Building. ca. 1910 (Prob. 1914). Was in downtown Durham at corner of Main & Corcoran Sts. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD016First Baptist Church. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD017Beverly 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 HarrisD018J. Sprunt Hill House. ca. 1910. On S. Duke Street. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD019First National Bank Bldg. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD020Orpheum Theatre & Hotel Malbourne. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD021Liggett & Myers Tobacco Plant. ca. 1910. From a postcard. On Main Street.Carl HarrisD022Lincoln Hospital. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD023Maplewood Cemetery. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD024Trinity Methodist Church. ca. 1910. On Church St., near Parrish. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD025W. 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 HarrisD026Fidelity Bank & F.W. Woolworth Co. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD027Stagg 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 HarrisD028B.N. Duke House, 'Four Acres.' ca. 1910. In block of W. Chapel Hill, Duke, and Willard Sts. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD029Erwin Cotton Mill #4. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Location: W. Main & Ninth Sts.Carl HarrisD030Geer Building without awnings. ca. 1910 (Prob. 1914). From a postcard. Located at Main & Corcoran Sts.Carl HarrisD031Memorial M.E. Church. ca. 1910. Now Duke Memorial Methodist Church, corner Duke & Chapel Hill Sts. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD032Liggett & Myers Tobacco Factory, Main St. ca. 1910. Rear view. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD033Durham Cotton Mfg. Co. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD034Golden 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 HarrisD035Durham County Court House. ca. 1915. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD036Trinity College. Main Entrance & W. Duke Hall. ca. 1919. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD037Blackwell's Tobacco Factory. ca. 1910. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD038Durham County Courthouse. ca. 1910. Side view. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD039Union 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 HarrisD040Trinity College. Bird's eye view. ca. 1910. From a postcard drawing.Carl HarrisD041Union Station, track side with trains. ca. 1910. Durham's railroad station. From a postcard.Carl HarrisD042Durham High Mandolin & Ukulele Clubs. 1921. From yearbook, The Messenger.Brent GlassD043Page from Durham High Yearbook, The Messenger. 1922. Durham High students: Grace E. Brown, Roman Harton, Sarah E. Salmon, Claude May, Coline Massey.Brent GlassD044Louisiana Carolina Hawkins Day. 'Lou'. ca. 1910. Outside the Card house. Ms. Day, an African-American, was the family cook.Helen Card UpchurchD045George Watts (Watts St.) School. 1918.Helen Card UpchurchD046City 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 HarrisD047Card 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 UpchurchD048Wilbur Card family at their house. 1916. On porch: Anna Waldo Card, Wilbur Card, Elizabeth Cecilia, and Helen Kendrick. 1110 Minerva Ave.Helen Card UpchurchD049Memorial 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.73.3.101D050Trinity 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 HarrisD051Hotel 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 HarrisD052Southern Conservatory of Music. Postcard. ca. 1910. Moorish-style building at corner of Main & Duke Sts.Carl HarrisD053Trinity 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 UniversityD054'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.UnknownD055The Arcade Theatre, Hotel Lochmoor, and YMCA. ca. 1910. From a postcard. Block of commercial buildings located on E. Main St. near Roxboro.Carl HarrisD056View 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. PlylerD057Durham 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 HarrisD058New Academy of Music. Postcard. ca. 1910. Photo shows massive building almost a block long, on Parrish St.UnknownD059L&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 CenterD060The 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 UniversityD061Main & 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: HolladayHelen Card UpchurchD062Main & 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 CollectionD063Main & 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: HolldayDuke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University, Craven-Pegram CollectionD064Burned-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. NewsomD065Firemen 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. HicksD066Gattis 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 WardD067Washington 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.75.2.246D068Burned-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 UpchurchD069Students 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. NewsomD070Famous 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 HarrisD071Fairntosh. 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.72.12.229D072Fairntosh. 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.72.12.230D073Fairntosh. Cemetery. ca. 1910. Fenced-in family cemetery features obelisk memorial and benches.Archives and History, Neg.#N.72.12.231D074Fairntosh. Roadway. ca. 1910. Roadway reveals rustic nature of location of the plantation.Archives & History, Neg.#N72.12.232D075Tobacco Machine. Leaf Processing Plant. ca. 1910. Pictured is a conveyor-belt system for processing tobacco. Photographer: Junius BeardBill HicksD076Tobacco-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 BeardBill HicksD077Durham '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 HicksD078Horse-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.UnknownD079Firemen, 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.UnknownD080Durham 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. DurhamD081Steamer & Hosewagon at #2 Fire Station. ca. 1910. Firemen and horsedrawn equipment shown out for a drill.UnknownD082Firemen 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.UnknownD083Durham 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.UnknownD084Testing 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.UnknownD085Fire 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.UnknownD086Durham 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.UnknownD087Durham Fire Station #3, with old and new hosewagons.ca.1910. As in D086, Station #3 displays its motorized and horsedrawn versions of hose trucks.UnknownD088Durham Fire Dept. Portrait of Personnel. ca. 1910. Nineteen men in dress uniform stand for official picture in front of fire station.UnknownD089Durham Fire Dept. Companies # 1 and 2. 1911. Organizational poster showing firemen, machines, and workhorses of the designated companies.Photographer: Hitchcock StudioS.N. DurhamD090Durham 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. PlylerD091Trolley 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. PlylerD092Laying 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 MaynardD093
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