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GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 1880-1945

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216 records found searching with the source Greensboro Pictorials.

[Acme Mill Works]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

Exterior view of the Acme Mill Works, located at 515-517 South Eugene Street in Greensboro.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Asheboro Street Pharmacy]

The Daily Record

1910

Exterior and interior views of the Asheboro Street Pharmacy, located at 420 Asheboro Street (now Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) in Greensboro.

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Benbow Hotel]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

Exterior view of the Benbow House hotel, located at 122 South Elm Street in Greensboro. The hotel opened in 1871 and burned down in 1899. It was rebuilt as the Guilford Hotel on the same site after the fire. In approximately 1930, the Guilford Hotel was replaced by the F.W. Woolworth store where the first "sit-ins" of the civil rights movement occurred in 1960. That building is nnow home to the International Civil Rights Center and Museum.

Image taken from "Album of Greensboro N.C." (1892).

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


Exterior view of the Chisolm, Stroud, Crawford, & Rees men's clothing store, located at 300 South Elm Street in Greensboro.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[City National Bank]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

Exterior view of the City National Bank, located at 119 South Elm Street in Greensboro. This was later the site of the Banner Building, which opened in 1912 and was destoyed in the 1970s.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Dixie Building]

The Daily Record

1910

Exterior view of the Dixie Fire Insurance Building, located at 125-127 South Elm Street in Greensboro.

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Dixie Rubber Company]

The Daily Record

1910

Exterior view of the Dixie Rubber Company, located at an unspecified address in Greensboro.

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Four churches in Greensboro]

Weaver, C.E.;Davenport, R.K.

1917

Views of four Greensboro churches: Grace Methodist Protestant (West Washington at South Greene Streets), St. Andrews Episcopal (305 West Sycamore Street), Holy Trinity Episcopal (407 North Elm Street), and St. Benedict's Catholic (435 North Elm Street).

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Four churches in Greensboro]

Weaver, C.E.;Davenport, R.K.

1917

Views of four Greensboro churches: Westmintser Presbyterian (409 Asheboro Street, now Martin Luther King Jr. Drive), Centenary Methodist (Arlington and Fayetteville, now Martin Luther King Jr. Drive), Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, and Forest Avenue Baptist (near Spring Garden Street).

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


Exterior views of Market Steet M.E. Church (West Market Street and Library Place) and First Baptist Church (West Market and Eugene Streets) in Greensboro.

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


Exterior view of the Greensboro Loan & Trust Co. , located at 313 South Elm Street in Greensboro.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


Exterior view of the Greensboro Loan & Trust Co. , located at 313 South Elm Street in Greensboro.

Image taken from "Commercial history of the State of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Greensboro National Bank]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

Exterior view of the Greensboro National Bank, located at 235 South Elm Street in Greensboro. The bank moved across Washington Street into what is now known as the Guilford Building in 1927.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Greensboro Steam Laundry]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

Exterior view of the Greensboro Steam Laundry, located at 111-113 West Market Street in Greensboro.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Guilford College campus]

Greensboro Chamber of Commerce

1892

A view of the Guilford College campus, located in what was then the town of Guilford College, but is currently the intersection of West Friendly Avenue and New Garden Road.

Image taken from "Album of Greensboro N.C." (1892).

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Guilford Hotel]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

The Hotel Guilford was built on the site of the former Benbow Hotel following an 1899 fire. In approximately 1930, the hotel was replaced by the F.W. Woolworth store where the first "sit-ins" of the civil rights movement occurred in 1960. That building is now home to the International Civil Rights Center and Museum.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Hotel Clegg]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

Exterior view of the Hotel Clegg, located at 358-368 South Elm Street in Greensboro. The hotel opened in 1891 and was demolished in 1961.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Hotel Huffine]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

Exterior view of the Hotel Huffine, located at 121 Buchanan Street (Now Smothers Place) in Greensboro.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


Exterior view of the Hotel Huffine, located at 121 Buchanan Street (Now Smothers Place) in Greensboro.

Image taken from "Commercial history of the State of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


Exterior view of the J.W. Scott wholesale dry goods warehouse, located at 115 West Washington Street in Greensboro.

Image taken from "Commercial history of the State of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Keeley Institute]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

Interior view of the Keeley Institute, located at 447 West Washington Street in Greensboro. The institute was housed in Blandwood, the former home of Governor John Motley Morehead, which is now a museum operated by Preservation Greensboro.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[McAdoo House hotel]

Isaacs, I.J.

1903

Exterior view of the McAdoo House hotel, located at 301-311 South Elm Street in Greensboro. The hotel was built in the late 1800s, enlarged in 1902, and destroyed by fire in 1915. A planned new hotel on the site was later constructed as an office tower, now known as the Guilford Building, in 1927.

Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate City of North Carolina"

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[North Carolina Steel and Iron Co.]

Greensboro Chamber of Commerce

1892

Exterior view of the North Carolina Steel and Iron Co., located at 126 South Elm Street in Greensboro.

Image taken from "Album of Greensboro N.C." (1892).

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


[Odell Hardware store and warehouse]

Weaver, C.E.;Davenport, R.K.

1917

Exterior view of the Odell Hardware store and warehouse, located at 321-325 South Elm Street in Greensboro.

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


Exterior view of Page's School of Pharmacy and the Grissom Building, located at 308 South Elm Street in Greensboro.

Collection: Greensboro Pictorials Collection (Greensboro History Museum)

Subjects: Greensboro (N.C.) -- Pictorial works


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