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  • See special descriptive matter referring to these Illustrations on page 141. [Appeared on page 141 in original.](1) Home of a typical Rural Rehabilitation family, Alexander County. (2) Children of this Rural Rehabilitation family, Alexander County. (3) House built for Relief Family, Brunswick County. (4) The home of a Relief family in Iredell County. This house was built during the winter months of 1934. Through field work the mother secured $20 with which she purchased a one-acre tract of land. A neighbor offered her the logs in a near-by house which had fallen down. She and her son, with the help of some neighbors, put these logs together, making a one-room cabin. There was nothing with which to chink the cracks, and late November found the family with no chimney and no way to keep out the cold winter air. The mother then agreed to pick 2,000 pounds of cotton for a neighbor if he would give her the brick in a chimney left in his field from a building that had burned there several years before. She and her children took this chimney down and carried the brick about a mile to their cabin. It was then that the Relief Administration, together with the County Welfare Department, gave her assistance in building the chimney and boarding up the inside of the cabin. Eleven persons live in this one room. (5) Rural Rehabilitation client, Craven County. This family purchased one acre of land and constructed the house from farm income under the Rural Rehabilitation Program of 1934. (6) Alexander County. The head of this family worked under the CWA program, saved his money and bought a small tract of land on which there was a tobacco barn. With the aid of his wife and children he gathered field stones and built a chimney, then added a room and porch, in this way converting the barn into a livable home. The owner and his family are delighted to have had an opportunity to acquire a home and are planning through the Rural Rehabilitation Program to buy necessary stock and equipment so that they may become self-supporting. (7) Rural Rehabilitation family, Rutherford County. This family built the cabin themselves, out of slabs. The land had no house on it. (8) Relief family, Iredell County. This is an illustration of the need for relief. The family is tragically poor. The father does not have either the willingness or the intelligence to provide for the family. There was one bed for the entire family. A pile of cotton in one corner of the room furnished the bed and covering for part of the family. Food was prepared on the hearth, for there was no cook stove. A "hoe-cake" was broken into bits and handed to members of the family, since there was no table at which the family could sit, and there were no dishes from which food could be served. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • The Big Room, (Lobby) Grove Park Inn. Grove Park Inn Asheville, N.C. Dining Room, Grove Park Inn. Entrance to Elevator in Chimney Grove Park Inn. From Asheville--the Ideal Autumn and Winter Resort City.


  • -near Hickory Nut Gap. A Beautiful Spot near Eagles Nest Fish a plenty near Lake Toxaway From Autumn and Winter in the Land of the Sky.


  • "Come see the north wind's masonry." From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • "LOITERING IN GLASSY POOL." PEABODY PARK From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • (1) Addition to Hiddenite School in Alexander County. (2) Green Valley School built in Watauga County. (3) Landis Colored School built in Rowan County, reconstructed after fire. (4) Nathans Creek High School, Ashe County, completed under CWA and ERA. (5) Taylorsville Colored School built in Alexander County. (6) Addition to New River High School in Ashe County constructed. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Addition to school in Wilson County. (2) Community House built in Wayne County. (3) Gymnasium built in Granville County. (4) Work shop built at Bethel Hill High School, Person County. (5) Gymnasium built in Washington County. (6) Washington County Home built under CWA and ERA. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Atkinson Gymnasium built in Pender County. (2) Gymnasium built in Northampton County. (3) Gymnasium built at Goldsboro in Wayne County. (4) Gymnasium built at Woodland, Northampton County. (5) Gymnasium built at Richlannds in Onslow County. (6) Gymnasium built at New London in Stanly County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Big Bend school, Haywood County. (2) Big Bend school children. (3) Pond spraying to control malaria epidemic, Black Water fever, affecting hundreds of relief clients. (4) Relief family exposed to Black Water fever. (5) Control and prevention of Black Water fever. ERA nurse at home of infected family. (6) Recreational project, Rhythm Band, Pitt County. (7) Excavation Indian Mound under CWA, Cherokee County. (8) Pond before drainage in vicinity of town of 12,000 inhabitants, Craven County. (9) Privy construction, Randolph County. Typical of privies constructed on State-wide Health Control project. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Bridge built in Wake County. (2) Bridge in Mooresville, Iredell County before work was undertaken. (3) The fill and culvert which replaced the bridge shown in No. 2. (4) Bridge built at Siler City, Chatham County. (5) Bridge across creek at school in Haywood County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Classroom building at Negro Training School, Gates County. (2) Wing added to school in Pitt County. (3) Colored school built with ERA labor and local funds in Rocky Mount, Nash County. (4) Milton-Semora School built in Caswell County with local funds and relief labor. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Colored school built in Greene County. (2) Additions and repairs to Rock School in Burke County. (3) Library and gymnasium at the Appalachian State Teachers' College in Watauga County built with State and ERA funds. (4) Cove Creek School in Haywood County. (5) Jefferson High School, Ashe County. (6) West Jefferson High School, Ashe County: Second floor rebuilt, entire building remodeled. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Community Building at Lenoir, Caldwell County. (2) Biological Laboratory at Beaufort, Carteret County. (3) Community House at Marion, McDowell County. (4) Pleasant Garden Community House, McDowell County. (5) Community House at Rutherfordton, Rutherford County. (6) Community House, Rutherfordton, Rutherford County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Community House built at Roxboro, Person County. (2) Community House built at Belmont, Gaston County. (3) Community House built at Ayden, Pitt County. (4) Community House built at Pittsboro, Chatham County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Concrete storm culvert, Gastonia, Gaston County. (2) Water tank at State Farm Colony for Women, Lenoir County. (3) Stream gaging station built in Nash County. (4) Construction of sewer system in Murfreesboro, Hertford County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Dam, constructed under CWA and ERA, twelve miles above city for Asheville water supply, Buncombe County. (2) Twelve miles of sixteen-inch pipe laid under CWA and ERA for City of Asheville water supply, Buncombe County. (3) Chlorinator house constructed under CWA and ERA for City of Asheville water supply. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Farmington School Gymnasium built at Farmington, Davie County. (2) Gymnasium built at Morehead City, Carteret County. (3) Gymnasium built at State College for Negroes, Durham, Durham County. (4) Gymnasium built at Healing Springs, Ashe County. (5) Interior of Troy Gymnasium, Montgomery County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Foreman's house at soil erosion farm, Iredell County, before renovation. (2) Foreman's house at soil erosion farm, Iredell County after CWA and ERA repairs and renovation. (3) Painting in Carteret County Courthouse. Note difference between painted section and existing section. (4) Tubercular cottages built in Wayne County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Green Creek gymnasium constructed in Polk County under CWA and ERA. (2) Gymnasium constructed at Rock Springs, Denver, Lincoln County. (3) School built at Hayesville, Clay County. (4) Waxhaw High School gymnasium constructed in Union County. (5) Stone gymnasium built at Andrews in Cherokee County. (6) Bald Creek School gymnasium and assembly hall constructed in Yancey County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Gymnasium built in Yadkin County. (2) Schoolhouse built in Iredell County. Pump house and Gymnasium in background also built as ERA projects. (3) Tyrrell County Home constructed under CWA and ERA. (4) School farm shop built in Iredell County. (5) County Home barn built in Union County. (6) County Home barn built in Haywood County. (7) Community House built in Madison County. (8) Community House built at Leaksville, Rockingham County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Harriet Cotton Mills No. 1. (3) Harriet Cotton Mills No. 3. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • (1) Laying storm culverts, Reynolda Park, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County. (2) Water line extension being built in Albemarle, Stanly County. (3) Filter plant, Siler City water works, Chatham County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Mocksville Gymnasium in Davie County. (2) School Gymnasium built in Kannapolis, Cabarrus County. (3) Gymnasium built at Berry Hill School in Nash County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Nathaniel Macon Home, Warren County, before restoration. (2) Nathaniel Macon Home, Warren County, before restoration. (3) Public library built in Rutherford County. (4) Nathaniel Macon Home, Warren County, after restoration. (5) Library at Roland, Robeson County. (6) Library built at Warrenton, Warren County. (7) Steele Memorial Library built at Mount Olive, Wayne County. (8) Interior of Steele Memolial Library, Mount Olive, Wayne County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Negro school at Selma, Johnston County, built with ERA and State funds. (2) Comfort School, Jones County. (3) Addition to colored school in Wake County. (4) Addition to school in Stanly County. (5) Negro school built in Scotland County. (6) Training school built in Moore County. (7) School built in Moore County. (8) Laurinburg vocational school in Scotland County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Negro school in Hoke County before being remodeled. (2) The same school as No. 1 after being remodeled under Governor's Office of Relief Program. First building in state to be completed from Federal Funds. (3) Landscaping and improving school grounds in Davie County under Governor's Office of Relief Program. (4) Gymnasium built at Woodleaf School, Rowan County, under Governor's Office of Relief Program. (5) Interior of Community House built in Granville County under Governor's Office of Relief. (6) Checking marker on Geodetic Survey project under Governor's Office of Relief. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) New Bern Library, Craven County, before remodeling. (2) New Bern Library, Craven County, after being remodeled and repaired by ERA. (3) Hillsboro Confederate Memorial Public Library built under CWA and ERA, Orange County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Paw Creek Gymnasium, Mecklenburg County. (2) Stone Gymnasium in Yancey County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Quarrying stone for the construction of cemetery drive in Rowan County. (2) Streets surfaced in Hertford County. (3) Yellow Creek Road constructed in Graham County. (4) Airport built at Salisbury, Rowan County. (5) Airport fill and runways built at Winston-Salem, Forsyth County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Rest period at nursery school in Durham, Durham County. (2) ERE kindergarten in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County. (3) Nursery school in Transylvania County. (4) School lunch room in Durham County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Sidewalk construction in Gatesville, Gates County. (2) Construction of curb and gutter, Beaufort, Carteret County. (3) Construction of sidewalks in Roanoke Rapids, Halifax County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Sidewalks constructed at Wilkesboro, Wilkes County. (2) Sidewalks constructed at Thomasville, Davidson County, under CWA and ERA. (3) Concrete approach steps built at County Courthouse, Sylva, Jackson County. (4) Sidewalk and sidewalk retaining wall constructed in Spruce Pine, Mitchell County. (5) Sidewalks constructed in Northampton County. (6) Streets graded and stoned in Elk Park, Avery County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Surfacing airport road in Nash County. (2) Elimination of curves on county highway in Forsyth County. (3) Completed road project in Forsyth County. (4) Merrimon Avenue, Asheville, during widening. Buncombe County. (5) Merrimon Avenue, Asheville, after widening. Buncombe County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Tennis courts built at Blair Park in High Point, Guilford County. (2) Track built at high school in Durham, Durham County. (3) Playing field built at high school in Durham, Durham County. (4) Baseball field and grandstand at Bailey, Nash County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Waccamaw Community House and gymnasium, Brunswick County. (2) Field Museum at Municipal Park, Washington, Beaufort County. (3) Red Oak Community House, Nash County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (1) Walkway connecting hospital and nurses' home, Winston-Salem. (2) Community theater building built in Macon County. (3) Hospital built at Appalachian State Teachers' College, Watauga County, with CWA and State funds. (4) Fire station built at Pinehurst in Moore County. (5) City Hall and fire station built at Lillington, Harnett County. (6) Warehouse remodeled for District ERA offices, Statesville, Iredell County. (7) Isolation ward at Goldsboro, North Carolina. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • (2) Harriet Cotton Mills No. 2. (4) Henderson Cotton Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • (24) ERA labor clearing large swamp in Harnett County. (25) Municipal drainage system in Siler City, Chatham County. (26) Draining large swamps in vicinity of Hertford, Perquimans County. (27) Completing large drainage system near Wilmington, New Hanover County. (28) Completing large project in Hemp, Moore County. (29) Starting important malaria control project at Warren Plains, Warren County. (30) Draining large swamp which surrounds Jacksonville, Onslow County. (31) Tapping large mosquito breeding pond within city limits of Durham, Durham County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • [Photograph] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photograph] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photograph] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photograph] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photograph] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • “JUNIOR FLOWER GARDEN” From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • “JUNIORS ALL” From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • "The Pinocle" Another Church One of the City's Residences A Cotton Mill From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • "TWO FOOLS THERE WERE" From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • 350 TONS OF V-C IS GOOD PROOF OF SATISFACTION "We congratulate you on your efforts in getting up this Fertilizer. We have today furnished your company with an order for 300 tons of V-C for shade-grown purposes and 50 tons for plant-bed purposes, and have requested your company to prepare the shade-grown Fertilizers by same formula in every respect as that used the past season." AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY, New York, N. Y. From Tobacco.


  • 900 lbs. of V-C Fertilizers per acre produced this excellent field of Tobacco grown on farm of Mr. R. H. Rigsbee, Durham, N. C., by Mr. W. R. Chamblee. Photo taken August 20th, 1915. From Tobacco.


  • A Corner of the Company's Seventy One-Thousand-Spindle Mill. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • A Few of the North Carolina Leaders From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • A Helen Mill Home at Rock Hill. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • A Kentucky Tobacco Shed near Lexington. Of the various factors entering into the successful production of Tobacco of superior qualities, no others are so important as the fertilization of the growing crop and the management of the curing process. By actual test V-C has proved the best. From Tobacco.


  • A MAMMA "THEN," A MOTHER "NOW" From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • A Part of the 1,650 Looms. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • A Peep at Fulton's Big Play Ground. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • A Street Scene at Mill No. 3. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • A Street Scene at Mill No. 5. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • A Street Scene in Cheraw Cotton Mill Village in Which it Will Be Noted that Ample Room is Given to Each House. Light and City Water in Every Home. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • A Village Street, Exposition Cotton Mills From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Acme Hosiery Mills. Asheboro School First National Bank Randolph Chair Factory From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • ADELPHIAN BANQUET From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • ADELPHIAN SOCIETY HALL From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • ADMINISTRATION BUILDING "It was many and many a year ago" From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • ADMINISTRATION BUILDING From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Administration Building at Camp Bragg. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • ALLIANCE, PAMLICO COUNTY (NEW). From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • ALLIANCE, PAMLICO COUNTY (OLD). From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • ALUMNI HALL MARY ANN SMITH BUILDING From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • AMERICAN AND ENEMY DEAD IN FRANCE From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • An Employe's Home. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • An Entrance from Marietta Street to Exposition Village From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • and the Company Boarding House at Rock Hill. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • AND THIS IS BLUE RIDGE From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • ANGIER B. DUKE NURSES' HOME From Thirty-Eighth Annual Report, 1938.


  • Another fine Tobacco crop on the farm of Mr. Hitchcock, Fair Oaks, Va. Fine, high-priced, free-burning Tobacco always follows the wise use of V-C Fertilizers. From Tobacco.


  • Another Helen Mill Home. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Another Tobacco Plant-bed. The plant food in a low grade Fertilizer eventually costs more than the plant food in a High Grade article and is not so good. Use the best which has proven to be V-C Fertilizers. From Tobacco.


  • Anson County Court House A Leading Store. Baptist Church In the Business District. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Applying 1,000 lbs. of V-C Fertilizers per acre on this 8-acre field of Tobacco, produced 1,200 lbs. of fine Tobacco per acre on the farm of Mr. T. F. DeJarnette, South Boston, Va. No wonder Mr. DeJarnette is an enthusiastic user of V-C. From Tobacco.


  • The Arlington Community House This is being completed by the Gray-Separk interests in Gastonia, N. C., for the employees of Arlington Cotton Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • ARMORY WILMINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • ARTS AND CRAFTS DEPT. From Biennial Report of the State Hospital at Raleigh, Raleigh, N. C., from July 1, 1924, to June 30, 1926.


  • At Drill with wooden guns. This is Battery D. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • At Sea. A typical view from the deck of the Santa Teresa. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • "The average Tobacco grower does not use half as much Fertilizer as would be most profitable and often four times the amount commonly used per acre would give in return more than four times this profit from the use of the greater quantity." From Tobacco.


  • Babies' Bed Room in Day Nursery at Buffalo. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Badin Dam 210 ft. high. Railway across Badin Lake. Badin Lake. Bird's eye view of Morrows Mountain Mountain View Park, Albemarle, N.C. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • BAILEY MEMORIAL ROOM From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • BAILEY MEMORIAL ROOM From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Banking Loan & Trust Co. The Peoples Bank Fitts Crabtree Manufacturing Co. Brown Buick Service Co. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Baptist Church From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS FIELD DAY 1920 '23 FIELD DAY CUP CAPTAIN LIZZIE THE END OF A PERFECT FIELD DAY THE MARCH THAT TOOK THE PRIZE From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • BASKETBALL PLAYERS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Battery A man using his gun as a dinner table on the march into Luxemburg to join the Army of Occupation. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery B on the march through the streets of Newport News, Va., with Lieut. LeRoy C. Hand in command. They are getting the "feel" of American soil again and it is good. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery C drilling with wooden guns. It takes imagination to see it, but this picture shows a 3-inch American gun and gun limber. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery C in camp on the banks of the Moselle River, at Stradtbredimus. On the other side of the river is the German town of Palzem. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Battery C of the One Hundred and Thirteenth Field Artillery, marching through historic Luxemburg city, with Capt. (later Major) Lennox P. McLendon at its head. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • BATTERY PARK HOTEL--Golf Course immediately accessible by motor and train. From Asheville--the Ideal Autumn and Winter Resort City.


  • Beans And Corn Thrive in Sampson County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • The beautiful log bungalow used as regimental headquarters on the Woëvre sector. Colonel Cox and Lieutenant Colonel Chambers in the picture. This building had been used by a German brigade commander, prior to the American invasion. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Before daybreak on the St. Mihiel front on the morning of September 12, 1918. All of the light for the making of this photograph came from the flashes of guns. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Being Reviewed by Their Mascot. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • "BILTMORE"--A marvel of architecture and landscape gardening. From Asheville--the Ideal Autumn and Winter Resort City.


  • Birds Eye View of a Lumber Mfg. Plant. Old Fort Macon. Beach Hotel A days catch of Fish. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • BIRDS-EYE VIEW OF MARKER STREET, SMITHFIELD, N. C., FROM TOP OF COURT HOUSE From 69 Progressive and Prosperous Towns of Eastern North Carolina. "Where Life Is Really Worth While" Invite You. A Wonderful Collection from Which to Make a Choice. Why Worry Where You Are When You Can Come to Eastern North Carolina and Be Happy?.


  • Black Poland Chinas, Greene County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • (1) Boats used in planting oysters, Brunswick County. (2) Oyster planting, Carteret County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • BOBBITT SCHOOL, VANCE COUNTY. From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • BRINGS HIM MORE MONEY THAN ANY OTHER "As a producer of fine Tobacco, I do not feel that I can say enough for V-C Fertilizers. It makes me Tobacco that brings more money than any other Fertilizer I can get, and I have tried many other Brands but none equaled yours. I believe it to be the best thing on the market for Tobacco, and shall use it exclusively in the future. It has also given me fine results on Corn and Vegetables, which goes to prove that it is made of good material." V. C. LOVE, Kenbridge, Va. From Tobacco.


  • Broad Street One of Dunn's Residences Lucknow Cotton Yard. Municipal Building. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Buffalo Plant of the Union-Buffalo Mills Co. at Buffalo, S. C. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Building, Durham, N. C. Fidelity Bank Malbourne Hotel Durham Business College. Durham Public Service Co. N. C. Mutual Life Ins. Co. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • BURIAL OF LIEUT. ALLAN W. DOUGLASS Lieut. Allan W. Douglass, of Battery E, was killed near Limey on the morning of September 12, 1918. He was buried not far from where he fell. Colonel Cox and his orderly were the only members of the regiment present. The German prisoners in the picture dug the grave. A passing Y. M. C. A. man conducted the funeral service. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Business Section Imperial Yarn Mill Chronicle Mills St. Leo's for Boys. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Cafeteria From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Caldwell County Courthouse Methodist Church Davenport College Library, cor. Hickory Street From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Caldwell Hotel A Station of the Caldwell Power Co. State School for Deaf and Blind (Main Building.) State Hospital for the Insane From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • CALDWELL MONUMENT. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • CAMP SEVIER SCENES (1) Regimental Street under snow. (2) A Detail engaged in Flooring Tents. (3) Battery C's Rolling Kitchen, completely covered with Cooks and K. P.'s. (4) "Danger," the famous Pit Bull Mascot of the Supply Company at "Attention." (5) Snapshot of the Officers' Club House. (6) A Section of the Camp. (7) Looking up Regimental Street toward Headquarters. (8) Lining up for Chow. (9) "Asa," the Mascot of Battery A, saddled and ready for action. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Cannon Towel Mills--Kannapolis Large Mills at Spray Town of Badin. Pinehurst. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • A Carolina Cotton Mill Home. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Carolina Cotton Mills Maiden, N. C. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Carolina Telephone Company A Church. A Cotton Mill Tobacco Warehouses From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Caswell Cotton Mills. Birds Eye View of Kinston Hines Bros. Lumber Co. N. Queen Street From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • CATHOLIC CHURCH. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • (1) Cemetery wall built in Johnston County. (2) Stream gaging station built in Davie County. (3) Stone office building at public cemetery in Salisbury, Rowan County. (4) Wall around cemetery in Mecklenburg County. (5) Wall built at Old Soldiers' Cemetery at Statesville, Iredell County. (6) Wall built at cemetery in Jackson County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • Central High School New Graded School One of Mooresville's Residences First M. E. Church. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Central High School One of Asheville's Schools West Asheville School Biltmore Ave. School From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • CHAPEL AND YOUNG MEN'S DORMITORY. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • CHAPEL OF THE CROSS, EPISCOPAL THE ARBORETUM From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • Charlotte Manufacturing Co. Textile Mill Supply Co. Plant of the Southern Asbestos Manufacturing Company. Brockmann's Book Store Interior View. Charlotte Marble & Granite Works. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • CHEMISTRY HALL CARR BUILDING From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • CHILDREN'S WARD From Thirty-Eighth Annual Report, 1938.


  • A choppy sea, viewed from the forward deck of the U. S. S. Santa Teresa. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • A Church of the City A Kings Mountain Residence. Kings Mountain Battle-Ground. Old Monument New Monument. Battle of Kings Mountain. One of Kings Mountain's Churches From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Citizen's Bank and Trust Co. High School One of the nearby Cotton Mills. First National Bank From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Citizens Bank. First National Bank. Scales Street. One of Reidsville's Cotton Mills. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • City Hall Union Station Street Scene Court House. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • The Clayton Garage. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • CLEAR EVIDENCE OF NEED FOR MORE ADEQUATE PROVISION FOR THE EPILEPTIC From Biennial Report of the State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, December 1, 1920 to June 30, 1922.


  • Cleveland Springs Hotel City Hospital One of Shelby's Residences One of Shelby's Churches From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Co-operative Tobacco Growers From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • COLLEGE AVENUE From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • A common sight where V-C Fertilizers have been applied. This bountiful field of Tobacco is evidence of the efficacy of V-C Fertilizers as a crop and soil builder. From Tobacco.


  • [Community Building] From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Community Hospital Southern Hotel Elizabeth City Water Front One of Elizabeth City's Churches From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Community House, for Employees Only. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • (1) Concrete culvert built in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County. (2) Bridge built in Lincoln County in coöperation with State Highway Commission. (3) Underpass under highway at the Jackson Training School, Cabarrus County. (4) Queen River Bridge, Onslow County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • Consolidated School, Halifax County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Consolidated School, Nash County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • CORNELIAN BANQUET From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • CORNELIAN SOCIETY HALL From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Cotton Growing, Lenoir County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • COTTON SHIP LOADING FOR EXPORT AT CHAMPION COMPRESS. SEE PAGE 53. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • Cotton Storage Warehouse--Capacity 14,000 Bales, Wayne County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Cotton, Duplin County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Country Club Partial View of Loray Mills A Gaston County Highway State Orthopedic Hospital From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Country Home of County Commissioner E. E. Bell, at Pollocksville, Jones County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • COUNTY HOMES BREEDING PLACES FOR THE FEEBLEMINDED From Biennial Report of the State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, December 1, 1920 to June 30, 1922.


  • Court House, Nash County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Court House, Pitt County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Court House Inlet Inn Methodist Church Looking West on Ann Street From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • [Cover Image] From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • [Cover Image] From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • Cupola House Erected in 1758 Bank of Edenton Citizens Bank Edenton Tea Party House Erected in 1776 Edenton School From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • CURRY BUILDING (TEACHERS' TRAINING SCHOOL) From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • D. H. Jones' Garage. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Dairying A Specialty in Edgecombe From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • The Dam. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • DAVIE HALL CALDWELL HALL From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • DENOMINATIONAL COLLEGES From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • DENTAL OFFICE AND X-RAY LABORATORY From Biennial Report of the State Hospital at Raleigh, Raleigh, N. C., from July 1, 1924, to June 30, 1926.


  • DIALECTIC SOCIETY HALL—UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA [Frontispiece Image] From Catalogue of the Members of the Dialectic Society Instituted in the University of North Carolina June 3, 1795, Together with Historical Sketches.


  • DIKE From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Dillon Supply Company Cooper Marble Works. One of the Power Plants. Carolina Power & Light Co. Sir Walter Hotel From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • The Doughboys at Ease. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • DR. BROWN'S HOME PRESIDENT'S HOME From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • DRUG ROOM From Biennial Report of the State Hospital at Raleigh, Raleigh, N. C., from July 1, 1924, to June 30, 1926.


  • Duplin County Court House From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Durham Hosiery Mills American Tobacco Co. Holland Bros. Furniture Co. Entrance Trinity College. One of the Dormitories. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • EASTERN CAROLINA From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Eastern Carolina Choice Scenes From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Eastern Carolina Gems From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Edenton Cotton Mill A Residential Street Edenton Peanut Co. Farmers Peanut Co. Edenton Hosiery Mill From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Efird Cotton Mills One of Albemarle's Hotels A Bridge near Albemarle One of Albemarle's Churches From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • (1) Eliminating dangerous curve on highway in Stokes County. (2) Relocation of Salisbury Road to eliminate curve, Forsyth County. (3) Construction of a new road in Durham County. (4) Extension of Queen Street in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County. (5) Relocation of Highway 6, Catawba County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • Elks Temple City Hall. Front Street M. E. Church. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Enterprise-Whiteville Lumber Co. Office Empire Manufacturing Co. A Corner of Edgewood One of Goldsboro's Parks From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • An enthusiastic Tobacco grower is Mr. John W. Lambert, of Germantown, N. C., who has learned to appreciate the ample and wise use of V-C Fertilizers, as this view of his Tobacco crop proves. From Tobacco.


  • ENTRANCE HALL OF STUDENTS BUILDING From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • The Entrance of the Camp. Here a watchful M. P. outfit looked them over going and coming. This picture was taken before the era of American Occupation, as the ornaments in the foreground plainly show. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Entrance to a hidden Concrete Machine Gun Nest on the St. Mihiel front. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • ERE students and some of the articles they learned to make in homemaking classes. (1) Mother of three children who completed course in Group No. 3. (2) Mother and daughter. Mother attended school regularly, completed course in first group. (3) Young mother who completed course in Group No. 3. (4) Student who had attended high school before going to night school. (5) Deputy Sheriff of Buncombe County presenting captured copper whiskey still to ERE teacher. (6) Articles made by ERE students from copper still pictured above. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • "ESMARALDA" In Warren County, North Carolina, my residence until final removal hence to Tokay Vineyard, Cumberland County, where I still reside. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • Esmeralda Inn Hickory Nut Gap Suyeta Park Inn, Waynesville, N. C. Suyeta Park Inn Annex, Waynesville, N. C. From Autumn and Winter in the Land of the Sky.


  • ETAIN, FRANCE From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • Fairfax Mill From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • FAIRVIEW HOTEL--SALUDA, N. C. From Autumn and Winter in the Land of the Sky.


  • Falls of Tar River, Mills in Distance, Rocky Mount From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Familiar type of German Concrete Machine Gun Nest in the Argonne Forest From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Fassifern School Hendersonville from Tom's Hill Laurel Park Lake Another Lake View Blue Ridge School for Boys From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Fast action in the St. Mihiel drive, when there was no time to think of concealment. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • FATHER "AS WAS" AND "AS IS" From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Fayetteville Service Motor Company. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • A Fayetteville Street Scene. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • FEMALE DINING ROOM From Biennial Report of the State Hospital at Raleigh, Raleigh, N. C., from July 1, 1924, to June 30, 1926.


  • The Field Before Operations Began. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Fig. 10. Removing Short Lint From Cotton Seed in an Oil Mill. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 16. New Railway Station, Charlotte, N. C. 1898. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 17. Old City Hall, Charlotte, N. C., 1888. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 18. Old City Hall, Charlotte, N. C., 1898. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 21. Atherton Cotton Mills. Capital subscribed $175,000. Product, 2 to 4 ply yarn 20's to 50's. D. A. Tompkins, Engineer. Equipment 10,000 producing spindles 5,000 twister spindles. Subscriptions paid in, 10 per cent, per month. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 29. Superintendent's House, Cost $1,500 From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 33. Three-Room Gable House. Cost $325 From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 35. Three-Room Narrow House. Cost $325 From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 37. Four-Room Gable House. Cost $400 From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 39. Five-Room Narrow House. Cost $450 From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 4. Old Wooden Horse Power for Gin. ; From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 41. Three-Room House. Cost $300 From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 43. Water Power at High Shoals. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 44. The Atherton Lyceum. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 48. Complete Road Making Outfit. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 49. Convict Camp, and Stone Purchased from Farmers, for Road-Making. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 50. Finished Road. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 53. Convicts Building a Road. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 54. Stone Crushing Plant and Camp. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 60. Farm and Factory. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 61. Cattle on Farm near Cotton Factory. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 61.Fig. 62. Fruit on Farm near Cotton Factory. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 63. Wheat on Farm near Cotton Factory. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 64. Corn on Farm near Cotton Factory. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Fig. 8. Cotton Bales as Brought to the Compress. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Figure. 11. Old Road, Charlotte, N. C., 1888. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Figure. 12. New Road, Charlotte, N. C., 1898. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Figure. 13. Old Court House, Charlotte, N. C., 1888. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Figure. 14. New Court House, Charlotte, N. C., 1898. From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, WINSTON-SALEM, J. A. Whitted, D.D., Pastor. From A History of the Negro Baptists of North Carolina.


  • The First Baptist Church. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • FIRST HOME OFFICE BUILDING, DURHAM, N. C. From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • First Methodist Church Belmont Schools First Baptist Church Presbyterian Church From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • First Methodist Church Graded School First National Bank Southern Ry. Y. M. C. A. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • First National Bank and Street Scene. Lake James--near Morganton Another View of Lake James A Mountain Valley near Morganton. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • FIRST PRESIDENT'S HOUSE PROFESSOR BAIN'S HOME From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • The Flint Community House The community of Flint Mfg. Co., in Gastonia will soon be using this new building which is erected for their use in a social way. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • FORMER RESIDENCE OF REV. M. L. LATTA. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • Forward Observation Post used by the One Hundred and Thirteenth Field Artillery on the top of the ridge at Montfaucon. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • FOUNDER AND FIRST PRESIDENT From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Franklin Hotel, Brevard, N. C. The Aethelwold Hotel, Brevard, N. C. From Autumn and Winter in the Land of the Sky.


  • THE FRENCH 75 This picture in an enlargement from a kodak picture made by Captain Reid R. Morrison, of Battery F. The One Hundred and Thirteenth was equipped with 24 of these wonderful guns. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • FRENCH CLUB From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • French Dug-outs near Flirey, on the St. Mihiel sector. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • FRESHMAN CLASS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Frontispiece Image] From Biennial Report of the State Hospital at Raleigh, Raleigh, N. C., from July 1, 1924, to June 30, 1926.


  • Future Home Makers.--Girls' Cooking Class at Judson Mills From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Gathering a bountiful harvest where V-C Fertilizers have been applied is almost a universal custom throughout the South. From Tobacco.


  • George D. Elliott, Jr. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Girls' Club From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • GIRLS' ROOMS From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Glenn-Lowry Inn. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • GOVERNOR AYCOCK DELIVERING HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS From The Life and Speeches of Charles Brantley Aycock.


  • GRACE METHODIST CHURCH. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • Graded School From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Graded School City Hospital Woodland Hotel Atlantic Hotel From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Graded School Devine St. M. E. Church First Baptist Church. First Nat. Bank and Street Scene From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • The Gray-Parkdale Community House This is a community house being completed in Gastonia for the Gray-Separk organization, especially designed and located for the social and educational activities of the employes of the Gray and Parkdale Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Group of Buildings at Camp Bragg. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Hamlet Avenue Graded School. Residence--Mrs. Lackey. Presbyterian Church. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • (1) Hanes Park in Winston-Salem after grading and landscaping, Forsyth County. (3) Rhododendron Gardens Park built in Asheville, Buncombe County. (3) Picnic tables and benches and outdoor fireplace in Winston-Salem Park, Forsyth County. (4) Iris in Runnymead Park, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County. (5) Iris in Runnymead Park, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County. (6) Overlook, City Park, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • Hard-Surfaced Road, Snow Hill, Greene County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Hardwood Industry, Jones County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Hauling Material from Supply Base to Point of Construction. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • HAZEL MIZELLE Hockey Sport Leader From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Headquarters Company marching through the streets of Newport News, Va., on March 18, 1919. Just off of the Santa Teresa. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Here and There in North Carolina From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • HERE IS A CAMOUFLAGED GUN ON THE BATTLE FRONT IN CHARGE OF NORTH CAROLINA MEN. EXPERTS STATED THIS WAS ONE OF THE BEST PIECES OF CAMOUFLAGING SEEN ANYWHERE DURING THE WAR. From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • Here's the "proof of the pudding." These four Tobacco plants were planted at the same time--the two on the left not fertilized; the two on the right were fed with V-C Fertilizers. From Tobacco.


  • High School City Memorial Hospital Home Moravian Church--Salem College. New Post Office From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • High School First National Bank Telephone Building Methodist Church From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • High School Graded School Presbyterian Church Methodist Church From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • High School Main Street looking North College Street. Brantwood Hospital From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • High School The Square. The Carlheim Hotel South Main St. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • High Shoals Mill and Dam,--Said to Be the Best Power Development on South Fork River. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Highland Lake Club The Heidelberg Hotel Flat Rock, N. C. From Autumn and Winter in the Land of the Sky.


  • HIGHWAY SCENES From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • HIGHWAY SCENES From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Hinton Building High School Building Court House Street Scene From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • HOCKEY FIELD From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Home Building and Material Co. Asheboro Wheelbarrow Co. Central Hotel Court House From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • HOME OF KEMP P. BATTLE PRESIDENT'S WALK From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • Homes From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Homes, Church and School at Cross Cotton Mills, in the Mountains of Western North Carolina at Marion. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • "Hommes 40--Chevaux 8" was the familiar inscription on all French box-cars, but this is an American box-car and "Hommes 60" were crowded into it. This shows part of Battery C at Trondes waiting for the train to start toward Le Mans and home. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Hookerton School, Greene County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Hotel Cherry Moore Herring Hospital Court House Fidelity Mutual Life Bldg. Street Scene From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Howard Hickory Nursery First National Bank Lenoir College Municipal Building From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Huffry Hotel Richard Baker Hospital HICKORY, N. C. Catawba Creamery--Chero Cola Bottling Co. Post Office From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Huske Building. Jackson Bros. Planing Mill Hay Street M. E. Church Cumberland County Court House From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • In the Business Area. A Road to Spencer Another Street Scene Southern Ry. Yard and Shops. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • In the center front of this group is the office of the Icemorlee Mills, over which are lodge rooms, used free of rent by the several secret societies of the village, and by the Icemorlee Cornet band. At left of this is the residence of Supt. Robt. E. L. Iceman; and the picture on the right is a partial view of one of the village streets. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • IN THE HOSIERY MILL OWNED AND OPERATED SUCCESSFULLY BY NEGROES WITH NEGRO HELP From The Upbuilding of Black Durham. The Success of the Negroes and Their Value to a Tolerant and Helpful Southern City.


  • "In the production of Tobacco of high price, heavy yields and of good quality, V-C Fertilizers exercise a most controlling influence." See last page for evidence of this. From Tobacco.


  • IN THE VICINITY OF VERDUN, FRENCH SCENE SHOWING HOW THE TERRIFIC FIRE STRIPPED TREES IN NO MAN'S LAND. From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • INDUSTRIAL TRAINING DEPARTMENT. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • INFIRMARY From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • The interesting part of this picture is the structure at the right with many glass windows, known as the "Officers' Club," where officers not fortunate enough to have company messes existed on French rations, vin rouge and blanc, et cetera. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • INTERIOR OF LIBRARY From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Irish Potatoes, Duplin County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • IVOIRY. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • J. C. Steele Brick Machine Works Statesville Flour Mills Iredell Upholstered Furniture Plant. Statesville Showcase Co. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Jackson Mills, Monroe, N. C. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • JAMACIA PLAINS. Near Boston. The residence of my first wife, Esther Sargent Ellery. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • JESSIE ROSE Tennis Sport Leader From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Joffre Hotel Henderson Roller Mills Henderson-Snyder Co. Gordon Block-Efird Dept. Store Heath-Morrow Co. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • JOHNSTON COUNTY COURT HOUSE, SMITHFIELD, N. C. This Court House is second only to the best in the State. It is not only beautiful and of splendid design, but is a boost and a great credit to our city. From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • JUST JUNIORS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Kiddies Ball. Freshies 4. Loafers. Buddies. Mose. We love snow. A crumb. Tom Boy Cat. Johny Real students Mr. John. Athletes. Salsbury From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Kindergarten From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • Kinston Cotton Mills Quinn & Miller Co. Baptist Church Hines Ice Cream Plant. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • [Kitchen] From Biennial Report of the State Hospital at Raleigh, Raleigh, N. C., from July 1, 1924, to June 30, 1926.


  • Knights of Columbus Hut. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • LAKE TOXAWAY--The Beautiful. From Autumn and Winter in the Land of the Sky.


  • Lakeview Inn at Whitmire. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Lanett School; Auditorium Shawmut; Auditorium, Fairfax; Kindergarten; Day Nursery; Kindergarten Interior; Kindergarten, Lanett. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Langdale Mill From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • LANGREN HOTEL PACK SQUARE. Golf course immediately accessible by motor and train. From Asheville--the Ideal Autumn and Winter Resort City.


  • Leisurely Grazing--Halifax County Profits are Sure From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • LIBRARY OF BOBBITT'S SCHOOL, VANCE COUNTY. From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • Lincoln Hospital Lutheran Church Presbyterian Church Union Station From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • A Line of Tractors on the Field. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • LIZZIE WHITLEY Basketball Sport Leader From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Lola Manufacturing Company, Stanley, N. C., Showing Old Mill and the New 10,000-Spindle No. 2 Mill at the Left. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Looking down on Recicourt from the hill at the south. A section of the town at the right. Structures along the white macadam road were used as regimental headquarters October 8-9, 1918. Battery B will long remember the shelling it underwent on the road leading up over the hill as it was going into position for the Battle of the Argonne. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Looking toward Cierges across the shell-pitted fields where many hundreds of American soldiers died. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • MacKethan & Co. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Main Buildings of Base Hospital. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • MAIN ENTRANCE From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Main Street of the City of McColl. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Main Street High School Hamlet Hospital. First Baptist Church. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Main Thoroughfare, Fayetteville, N. C . From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Making Strong Women.--Out of Door Exercise at Judson Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • THE MANOR--Adjoining Golf Course. From Asheville--the Ideal Autumn and Winter Resort City.


  • MANUAL TRAINING DEPARTMENT. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • Manufacturing in North Carolina From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • MARGO TERRACE--Golf Course immediately accessible by motor and train. From Asheville--the Ideal Autumn and Winter Resort City.


  • Marietta Street Cottages of Exposition Cotton Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Market Square. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Marl Bed, Jones County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Martin Memorial Hospital Blue Ridge Hotel Street Scene A New Bank Building From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • May Hosiery Mills Graded School One of the City's Churches Whitehead Hosiery Mills From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • McComb Cotton Mill Village. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • McComb Cotton Mill, McComb, Miss. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • McGlamery Auto Company. Wysong & Miles Company Pilot Life and Trust Co. (trade mark--Pilot Mountain) Home of El Rees-so Cigars. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • McIVER BUILDING From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • McIVER MEMORIAL BUILDING From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Medical Dispensary From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Method of hanging Tobacco in Warehouse. You will always hang the finest grown Tobacco whenever V-C Fertilizers have been applied wisely and abundantly. From Tobacco.


  • "Call this soldiering if you want to!" Men of the regiment clearing away the forest to make a parade ground. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Mills No. 1, 2 and 3 of the Union-Buffalo Mills Co. at Union, South Carolina. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Mobile Cotton Mill Village. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Mobile Cotton Mills, Mobile, Ala. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Monroe Bank & Trust Co. Monroe Hardware Co. --Wholesale Dept.-- New High School Post Office From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • MONTFAUCON All that was left of a once important village after American artillery had finished with it. It was one of Germany's most formidable strongholds. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • MONUMENT TO HENRY WYATT The first Confederate Soldier killed in battle From Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier.


  • Mooresville Cotton Mill Partial View Civic League Park Main Street from Goodmans Corner Main Street from Merchants & Farmers Bank From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Mr. H. H. Rose, of La Crosse, Va., is proud of this fine patch of Tobacco which yielded about 2,000 pounds to the acre. Every leaf seems perfect. 800 pounds of V-C High Grade Fertilizers per acre helped to produce this gratifying result. From Tobacco.


  • Mr. J. E. Parkerson's Tobacco on one of Mr. C. T. Munford's farms near Greenville, N. C. Mr. Parkerton tried. V-C Fertilizers on this patch with results as indicated in this picture; on another patch where V-C was not applied the Tobacco was about half the size shown above. GROW THE FINEST AND UNIFORM TOBACCO "I bought this spring a quantity of V-C Fertilizers for Tobacco, and I can safely say it is all you claim for it, as I have given it a thorough test this year, and have grown the finest and most uniform field of Tobacco I have ever seen. My crop is quite the largest in my community. It started growing early, and V-C held its strength to the last. I can safely recommend it to anybody desiring to raise fine Tobacco." RICHARD WINGATE, Ayden, N. C. From Tobacco.


  • MR. JAMES SPRUNT'S RESIDENCE. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • Mr. W. A. Erwin, President of the Erwin Cotton Mills Co., of Durham, N. C. knows the great value of V-C Fertilizers as is here evidenced. The excellent field of Tobacco was grown on his farm with the aid of V-C. From Tobacco.


  • MRS. CHESNUT'S HOME IN COLUMBIA IN THE LAST YEAR OF THE WAR. Here Mrs. Chesnut entertained Jefferson Davis. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • MULBERRY HOUSE, NEAR CAMDEN, S. C. From a Recent Photograph. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • N. C. Granite Corporation's Quarries Depot A Representative Church. A Modern Home. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • New Baptist Church. The New Cabarrus Bank Presbyterian Church The Cannon Mills Kannapolis Concord Plant From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • New Court House Methodist Church. Graded School Post Office From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • NEW HANOVER COUNTY COURT HOUSE. [Frontispiece Image] From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • New Hanover High School Compress of Alexander Sprunt & Sons A. C. L. & S. A. L. Railway Docks. Lumina--Wrightsville Beach. Customs House From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • New High School Davidson County Court House A Birds-Eye View One of Lexington's Residences From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • New Type of Homes Erected at Judson Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • New Types of Bungalos Erected in Lola Village for Employes, and Modernly Equipped. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • NEW WEST BUILDING. NEW EAST BUILDING. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • Newman Machine Works National Theatre Carolina Steel and Iron Plant Guilford Co. Court House From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Newton College New High School A Newton Residence Virginia Shipp Hotel From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • No. 1--NEW YEAR'S DAY AT ATHERTON MILLS, CHARLOTTE N. C. Mr. Hine was refused permission to photograph children in the mill. These doffer boys were photographed at the noon hour. No. 2.--HIGH SHOALS. Mill running at eight p. m. Mr. Hine was forbidden to photograph children. This mill and one at Atherton, where also photographing was forbidden, are under the management of D. A. Tompkins, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the "National Child Labor Commission." From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 14.--ANOTHER NIGHT SHIFT. Going to work at 6 o'clock on a cold, dark, December night. They came out at 6 o'clock in the morning, drenched by a cold rain. Two of the smaller girls, with three other sisters, support a big, lazy father, who complains that he is not well enough to work, the oldest of the sisters having been in the mill for seven years and the two youngest for two years each. Three smaller children at home will recruit the family purse soon. The two girls at the extreme left of the picture looked to be twelve years old. Both had been in the mill two years and one had worked six months and the other one year at night. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 21.--WHERE OTHER CHILDREN GO TO SCHOOL AT LANCASTER, S. C. This is a public school. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 22.--LANCASTER S. C. Spinner. A type of many in the mill. If they are children of widows or of disabled fathers, they may legally work until nine p. m., while other children must legally quit at eight p. m. No. 23.--LANCASTER, S. C. Has worked six months, is forty-eight inches tall. One of many small children at work in Lancaster Cotton Mills. Children may legally work at any age in June, July and August if they have attended school four months that year and can read and write. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 24.--NOT A VIOLATION OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAW. The girl at the machine was seven years old last spring when this photograph was taken by Rev. A. E. Seddon in a South Carolina mill. She had then been at work a year and a half. But as she was an orphan she was allowed to work by the law. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. 3.--CATAWBA COTTON MILL, NEWTON, N. C. Of forty employees ten were not larger than these. The girl is spinning, the boy is a doffer. No. 4.--NEWTON COTTON MILL, NEWTON. N. C. Boy has worked two years at warping machine. It is usually stated that children work only in spinning rooms. Among 150 employees twenty appeared to be twelve years of age or less. From Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev. A. E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.


  • No. wonder Mr. J. Rufus Creech, of Pine Level, N. C., is such an enthusiastic user of V-C Fertilizers. He used only $50 worth of V-C on this 5 acre tract which produced a crop of excellent Tobacco which sold for $1,000 without being graded. $50 for cultivation; $50 for V-C Fertilizers--cost $100, profit $900. From Tobacco.


  • NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL BLOCK, PARRISH STREET, DURHAM, N. C. From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • NORTH WILKESBORO, WILKES COUNTY (OLD). From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • Not alone a fine growth of Tobacco but a high quality is the result of using V-C Fertilizers wisely on the 15-acre farm of Williams & Newman, Brown Co., Ohio. See article on Northern Grown Tobacco on page 46. From Tobacco.


  • Oak Hall, Tryon, N. C. Mimosa Inn, Tryon, N. C. From Autumn and Winter in the Land of the Sky.


  • Oakland Mill Homes. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Oakland Mill Homes. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Oats and Vetch, Jones County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Offices of the Campion Fibre Co. Part of the Plant-Champion Fibre Co. Another View of the Plant. Bank of Canton. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Old Cool Spring Oak, and the Residence of Major E. R. MacKethan. [Frontispiece Image] From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • OLD EAST BUILDING—UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. From The History of Education in North Carolina.


  • OLD EAST BUILDING. (Drawn by John Pettigrew, a student 1797.) OLD EAST BUILDING. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • Old Market House High School Hay Street New Hotel From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • The Old Mill--Fayetteville Residences. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • OLD SOUTH BUILDING, STATE UNIVERSITY Aycock roomed on the lower floor. The two windows seen in the pitcure immediately to the left of the well were in his room and indicate its position. From The Life and Speeches of Charles Brantley Aycock.


  • OLD WEST BUILDING. GERRARD HALL, SOUTH SIDE, BEFORE REMOVAL OF PORCH. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • On Board the U. S. S. Santa Teresa, bound for home. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • On field in upper view V-C Fertilizers were not applied. On the 20 acres or more shown in lower view about 640 lbs. per acre of V-C Fertilizers were applied, resulting in an average of from 880 to 1,000 lbs. of fine Tobacco per acre, selling for an average of $18.00. This picture is of Mr. J. B. McCormac's farm near Danville, Va. From Tobacco.


  • ON THE FIELD--HOCKEY From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • On the march in the Argonne. German prisoners resting by the road-side. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • On this lot of shade-grown Tobacco, Mr. J. L. Glauson, of the Ware Orchard Co., used V-C Fertilizers. As manager for the Ware Co., at Americus, Ga., Mr. Glauson is in a position to know the value of these High Grade Fertilizers. From Tobacco.


  • Once a Saloon. From It Helps Business and Is a Blessing. What Leading Business Men, Bankers, Farmers, Laborers and Others Say about Prohibition in Charlotte, N.C.


  • Once a Saloon. From It Helps Business and Is a Blessing. What Leading Business Men, Bankers, Farmers, Laborers and Others Say about Prohibition in Charlotte, N.C.


  • Once a Saloon. From It Helps Business and Is a Blessing. What Leading Business Men, Bankers, Farmers, Laborers and Others Say about Prohibition in Charlotte, N.C.


  • One Large Mill, Halifax County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • One o'clock on the morning of September 12, 1918 on the St. Mihiel front. In the four hours following American guns fired more than one million rounds of ammunition. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • One of Eight Hotels. On the Golf Links. A Typical Church. Off for the Hunt. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • One of Laurinburg's Residences New School Building McNair Building Another Attractive Home From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • One of Southern Pines Picturesque Residences. New Southern Pines Country Club. New Southern Pines School. A Typical Street Scene. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • One of the Batteries of the One Hundred and Thirteenth Field Artillery seeking a billet in a ruined French village on the long hard hike from the St. Mihiel Front to the Argonne. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • One of the best-preserved buildings in Vaux, a little French village half way between the regimental positions in the Foret de la Montagne and Troyon. Vaux, St. Remy, Dommartain, Herbeuville and Hannonville were almost completely demolished. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • One of the City's Homes. Methodist Church Hammond Flour Mill. A Residence of Laurinburg. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • One of the Most Modern Mills in the South, Erected 1918. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • One of the thousands of stacks of German ammunition left at old battery positions in the Foret de la Montagne by the Boche when he left that area hurriedly on September 12, 1918. This stack was near the Grand Tranchee. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • One of Three County Consolidated Schools at Pollocksville, Jones County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • One Plant of the Thomasville Chair Co. New School New Methodist Protestant Church. The Chapel Thomasville Orphanage. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Ordinary crop of Tobacco is topped 8 to 12 leaves, and 14 to 16 leaves is considered Big Tobacco. The above crop on farm of Mr. O. L. Joyner, near Greenville, N. C., is topped 24 to 30 leaves. Mr. Joyner uses V-C Fertilizers exclusively; no wonder his Tobacco is a Record Crop. From Tobacco.


  • Pack Square. Asheville Country Club & Golf Course. Asheville, N. C. Biltmore House, home of Mrs. Geo. W. Vanderbilt, Asheville, N. C. Bear ols Near Asheville, N. C. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Page Trust Co. Hanner Motor Co. Sanford Blind & Sash Co.--One corner of plant-- Hotel Sanford From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Pamlico Chemical Co. Harris Hardware Co Keel Richardson Hardware Co. First National Bank Bowers Bros. Dept. Store. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Park View Hospital Ricks Hotel A. C. L. Railroad Y. M. C. A. High School From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Part of a field of 7 acres of splendid Tobacco grown by Mr. Purvis Tilley, near Bahama in Durham Co., N. C. Mr. Tilley is one of the largest Tobacco growers in the county, and uses V-C Fertilizers exclusively on all his crops. Mr. Tilley sets 6,000 plants to the acre, and uses 200 pounds of V-C Fertilizers to the thousand, making 1,200 pounds of Fertilizer to the acre. Mr. Tilley studies his Tobacco plants closely from the time they are set until the cured Tobacco is marketed. He has experimented with a number of different brands and grades, but finds that V-C goods give him better Tobacco than anything else he has ever used, and that Tobacco grown with these goods is of finer texture and cures up more evenly than any Tobacco raised with other brands. Mr. Tilley also makes a specialty of raising Tobacco seed for sale. From Tobacco.


  • PART OF COLLEGE CAMPUS SOUTH WING OF SPENCER BUILDING IN RIGHT OF PICTURE From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Part of the Business District Burlington's New Hotel Municipal Building Burlington Coffin Plant From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Partial View of Hanes Knitting Mills Country Club Chatham Blanket Works The Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Partial View Walker Lumber Co. Carolina Metal Culvery Co. Taylor Mattress Works. Grimes Milling Co. Plant. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Paved Highway, Pitt County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Paved Road, Lenoir County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Paved Street, Snow Hill From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Pay Day at Camp. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Pecan Grove in Eastern North Carolina From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Pecans--A Good Investment From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Pender County Beauty From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Person Street from Market Place. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • [Photograph of a woman and child] From Biennial Report of the State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, December 1, 1920 to June 30, 1922.


  • [Photograph] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photograph] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • [Photographs] From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Piedmont Carolina Scenic Gems From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Piedmont Carolina Scenic Gems From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Pine Lumber Company's Plant The Coplon Dept. Store National Bank of New Berne New Bern Motor Garage. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Plant of Interstate Milling Co. Efird's. Charlotte Wagon and Auto Works Southern Engineering Company From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Planters Bank New High School In the Business Section Primitive Baptist Church From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Plants of Standard Processing Co. and Thatcher Spinning Co.--(Center) From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • PLEASANT HILL, HENDERSON COUNTY (OLD). From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • Pleasant Moments--Pay Day at Camp. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Portion of Original Fair Building, now Used as a Weave Room From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • POST OFFICE. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • Post Office Cabarrus Co. Court House Methodist Church New High School From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Poultry Raising, Halifax County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Presbyterian Church Lexington Theatre Methodist Church Post Office From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • PRESENT RESIDENCE OF REV. M. L. LATTA. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • Proctor Hotel East Carolina Teacher's College. Court House One of Greenville's Stores From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • PRODUCTS of the FARM From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • "The proof of the pudding." There is always proof of the results produced by using V-C Fertilizers. See last page. From Tobacco.


  • PROPOSED ALUMNAE BUILDING From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Prosperity, Greene County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Public School Main Street Pee Dee Cotton Mills Walls Garden From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Public School Part of Business District Pivers Island Old Fort Macon From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Public School Post Office and Street. Residential Street. The Commons From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • (1) Quarrying stone in Caldwell County. (2) Quarrying and crushing stone for street improvements in Monroe, Union County. (3) Crushing stone, Alamance County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • READY TO WELCOME THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH HOME One of the biggest crowds that ever gathered in Raleigh was there to welcome the regiment home. Fayetteville Street, with the State Capitol in the background. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • A Regulation German "Pill-Box." This one was captured by the Americans at St. Mihiel before the Boche had been able to complete it and camouflage it. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Representative Group of Houses for Employes. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Representative Group of Houses for Employes. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Reservoir That Supplies the Camp. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Residence of J. L. Fonville, Supt. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Residence of Supt. O. H. Farr. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • RESORT HOTELS OF THE STATE From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • [Frontispiece Image] The Restored Chapel of Fort Raleigh on Roanoke Island From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • Retail District Looking North Elwood Hotel--Looking South thru Retail District Piedmont Hosiery Mills Stehli Silk Mill From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • REV. M. L. LATTA MAKING A SPEECH IN PAWTUCKET, R. I., AT Y. M. C. A. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • Richmond County Court House New High School Graded School Rockingham Hotel From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Riggan Theatre. Vance Hotel Jones Furniture Factory. Home Office of Rose "5, 10 & 25" Cents Stores. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Riverdale Cotton Mill From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Roanoke Rapids Hospital One of the Graded Schools A Roanoke Rapids Church. Residence of S. F. Patterson. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Robert E. Lee Hall--Blue Ridge Auditorium, Montreat. Auditorium--Lake Junaluska. Biltmore House--Biltmore. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • (1) Rock retaining walls built at school in Durham County. (2) Road improvement and stone retaining wall built at Cullowhee school, Jackson County. (3) Entrance posts in cemetery wall, Burlington, Alamance County. (4) Wall constructed around Old Soldiers' cemetery, Statesville, Iredell County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • Rocky Mount Mills Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Public Library. In the Business District. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • RUINED HOMES AT ETAIN, FRANCE From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • RUINS OF MILLWOOD, WADE HAMPTON'S ANCESTRAL HOME. From a Recent Photograph. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • Ruins of the "Gare" at Jaulny, a little town near Thiacourt, not far from the positions occupied by the First Battalion on September 15, 1918. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Ruins of the old church at Flirey, on the St. Mihiel sector. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • SARAH POOLE, Chief Marshal From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SARSFIELD, NEAR CAMDEN, S. C. Built by General Chesnut after the War, and the Home of himself and Mrs. Chesnut until they Died. From a Recent Photograph. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • SCENE FROM "BILLY'S BUNGALOW" From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SCENE FROM "CANTERBURY TALES" From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SCENE FROM "SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL" From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SCENE FROM SHERIDAN'S "SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL" From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SCENE SHOWING A "ZEP" HANGAR AT COBLENZ, GERMANY From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • Scenes from the Land of the Sky From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • SCENES IN PENDER COUNTY [(Numbers Reading From Top to Bottom) 1—PICKING STRAWBERRIES IN APRIL. 2—POULTRY FARM. 3—HOGS IN PEANUTS. 4—STRAWBERRY CRATE FACTORY. 5—MUSCADINE GRAPES. 6—RETURN FROM SPORT. 7—PEANUTS. 8—DRAINAGE DITCH. 9—DISKING WITH FOUR MULES. 10—MODERN HOME. 11—MODERN FARMING. 12—TOPSAIL SOUND OYSTER BEDS. 13—SPORT ON THE SOUND. 14—TRI-STATE TOBACCO GROWERS] From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • (1) School addition built for primary grades at mill village near Concord, Cabarrus County. (2) Addition to Massey Hill school, Cumberland County. (3) Addition of wings to Pitt County school. (4) Auditorium built at Mecklenburg County school. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • School House and Playground Under Supervision of the Cheraw City Graded Schools, to Which All Pupils of the Village Have Access. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Section of Mill Village, Buffalo, S. C., Showing Street Paving, Drainage, etc. These Houses, Like All Others at Buffalo, Have All Modern Improvements, Sewerage, Porcelain Baths, Enameled Kitchen Sinks and Hot Water Tanks. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • SENIOR STATISTICS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SENIOR STATISTICS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Sewer Line Under Construction. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Shawmut Mill From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Shelby School Court House Shelby Cotton Mill Interior Princess Theatre From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Shine Township School, Greene County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Shipping by Water Not Unusual in Edgecombe From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • (1) Sidewalk built at Hamlet, Richmond County. (2) Sidewalk built at Wadesboro, Anson County. (3) Sidewalks and curb built at Rockingham, Richmond County. (4) Sewer construction at Elizabethtown, Bladen County. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • Sixteen-Foot Highway Through Jones County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • SMITH HALL. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • A snapshot of Battery D passing through a little French village on the long march toward northern Luxemburg. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Snow Hill School, Greene County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • SNOW HILL, GREENE COUNTY (NEW). From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • SNOW HILL, GREENE COUNTY (OLD). From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • Snowing the street back of the men's quarters. These stone barracks were built by Napoleon I. The first building was part of Headquarters Company's territory, with Battery A next and running on down to the building at the end of the street which housed the Supply Company. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • A snugly hidden, well-camouflaged battery position on the Woëvre sector. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • SO SKILLFUL WAS THE WORK OF THE CAMOUFL AGERS THAT THE TROOPS OF THE "WILDCAT" DIVISION, TOGETHER WITH SUPPLIES, WERE ABLE TO CROSS THIS BRIDGE AT ST. DIE UNDER THE ENEMIES NOSE. From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • Social Center: the Center of our Community Life From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Some LaFayette Cotton Mill Girls at Play. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Some Melville Mill Homes, and Uncle Vance, Watchman. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Some of the Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills New and Picturesque Bungalows From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Some of the Homes of Employees of Mecklenburg Mfg. Co., at North Charlotte From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Some of the Homes of the People at the Cherryville and Howell Mills.--Bottom right, that of Secretary and Treasurer C. A. Rudisill; who started as a doffer at 10 cents a day._ $250,000 Recently Spent in Improvements at these mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Some of the Quarters for the Boys. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Some of the Reasons for the Happy Life of the Workers at Newton Cotton Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Some of the Several Bungalows Erected at the Viivan Mill Village. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • SOPHOMORE CLASS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SOUTH BUILDING AND WELL MEMORIAL HALL From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • Southern Railway Station Asheville, N.C. Double Track Scene Southern Railway near Asheville, N.C. Asheville, Country Club, Asheville, N.C. From Asheville--the Ideal Autumn and Winter Resort City.


  • SPECIAL CLASS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SPECIAL CLASS STATISTICS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • SPENCER BUILDING, MAIN DORMITORY From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • Spencer Memorial Church. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • ST. JAMES' EPISCOPAL CHURCH. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • St. John Hotel, Hendersonville, N. C. Kentucky Home, Hendersonville, N. C. From Autumn and Winter in the Land of the Sky.


  • State Schools From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Steam up and Ready to go, but no French "Pilot." This is a picture of the train that carried the One Hundred and Thirteenth Field Artillery from Trondes to Evron. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • The Stein Building, Fayetteville. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • STREET SCENE IN DESOLATED ETAIN From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • A Street Scene in the Business Section. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Street Scene Showing Cottages and Paved Streets. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Street Scene.--Two Homes Owned by Superintendents.--Community Garage.--Clara Mill Community House (Center). From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Street Scene Graded School One of Newton's Banks. A Typical Residence From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Street Scene Pepsi Cola Plant. Vance Guano Works Court House From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • A stretch of No-Man's Land between Ivoiry and Montfaucon. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • STRUGGLING ON THROUGH THE ARGONNE Every man who served in the regiment will have many pictures like this in his mind--trucks, caissons, fourgons and "slat wagons" struggling along through the mud and long, straggling lines of engineer and pioneer infantry lads carrying German shell baskets full of rocks and dumping them into the mud-holes. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • STUDENT VOLUNTEERS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • STUDENTS' BUILDING From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • The Supply Company on the march in France. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Supreme Court Building Agriculture Building State Capitol Departments Building Governor's Mansion From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Swimming Pool From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Swimming Pool, Lanett; Methodist Church, Lanett; Christian Church, Lanett; Employes Homes, Fairfax; Langdale Band. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • TENNIS PLAYERS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • The Avondale Mill Band, Birmingham, Ala., in the Parade of the Rainbow Division, in their First Annual Reunion, Birmingham, July 14, 1920. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Band and Band Stand. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Big Gingham Mill, From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Card Room of Wymojo Yarn Mills at Rock Hill. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Cedars Hotel Kentucky Home Carolina Terrace Ingleside Inn. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • The Community Skating Rink. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • THE DAVIS MANSION IN RICHMOND, THE "WHITE HOUSE" OF THE CONFEDERACY. Now the Confederate Museum. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • The Fulton Cafeteria. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Glenn-Lowry Community Bowling Alleys. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Glenn-Lowry Y. M. C. A. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Harden Mfg. Co.'s Mill--The Church--The Village. A Cotton Mill in the Heart of Nature, By Forest, Field and Stream. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • THE HOUSE IN NORTH CAROLINA WHERE REV. M. L. LATTA WAS BORN. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • The Icemorlee Cotton Mills--10,000 Spindles--400 Employes. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • THE INSURANCE COMPANY'S BUILDING THE NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL AND PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION WHICH IS TWELVE YEARS OLD AND WHICH CONDUCTS THE BUSINESS OF ITS 200,000 MEMBERS ON SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES From The Upbuilding of Black Durham. The Success of the Negroes and Their Value to a Tolerant and Helpful Southern City.


  • THE LIBRARY From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • The Living Room in the Dunean Community House. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Marlboro Mills Emergency Hospital. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Melville Mill. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • THE MERRICK RESIDENCE INSET OF JOHN MERRICK'S FIRST HOME From John Merrick. A Biographical Sketch.


  • The Mill Village Streets are Kept Clean and Neat. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Motte Business College The Fisheries Products Co. Hotel Wilmington Court House A. C. L. Ry. Office Bldg Union Station From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • The National Bank of Lumberton The First National Bank The Robeson Manufacturing Co. Baker Sanitorium From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • The New Club Rooms and Recreation Hall of Lancaster Cotton Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The New Moving Picture Theater and Community Building of the Union-Buffalo Mills Co. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Oakland Mill Boarding House. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • THE OLD BAPTIST CHURCH IN COLUMBIA, S.C. Here First Met the South Carolina Secession Convention. From A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina, 1859-1861, and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.


  • THE OLD ORGAN USED IN THE SONG SERVICE OF REV. ROBINSON'S MEETINGS. From From Log Cabin to the Pulpit, or, Fifteen Years in Slavery.


  • The Plant of LaFayette Cotton Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Playground at Marlboro Mill No. 1. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Pool Tables for Glenn-Lowry Men. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Road to Asheville A nearby Scene The Mountains in Winter The Campion Bank & Trust Co. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • The Spinning Room of Wymojo Yarn Mills at Rock Hill, S. C. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Tables Are Ready for the Annual Banquet of the Superintendents and Overseers of the Armstrong Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • The Watts Mill Village School--Making Industrial Leaders for Tomorrow. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • THE WHITE ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH "THEY ARE REBUILDING THEIR CHURCHES ON A SCALE ALMOST LUXURIOUS" From The Upbuilding of Black Durham. The Success of the Negroes and Their Value to a Tolerant and Helpful Southern City.


  • The Whitmire Theatre. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • THIRTIETH DIVISION HEADQUARTERS IN FRANCE JUST BEFORE THE WAR ENDED From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • This excellent Tobacco was grown on the farm of Mr. John W. Lamberts, Germantown, N. C., who used V-C Fertilizers to be assured of a fine crop and an increased yield. From Tobacco.


  • This extra fine quality of Tobacco was grown by Mr. J. A. Stephens, near Georgetown, Ohio. He used V-C Fertilizers drilled in the row before making the hills; after setting, drilled broadcast between rows. See article on Northern Grown Tobacco on page 46. From Tobacco.


  • THIS IS A GERMAN TRUCK CAPTURED BY AMERICANS. IN TRYING TO RECAPTURE THE WAGON THE GERMANS WERE BEATEN OFF BUT SUCCEEDED IN PUNCTURING THE GASOLINE TANK WITH BULLETS. THE YANKS, HOWEVER, DROVE TO SAFETY BY FEEDING GAS FROM AN OIL CAN. From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • This is the kind of Tobacco grown when well fed with V-C Fertilizers. Tobacco grown on the farm of Mr. R. H. Rigsbee by Mr. W. R. Chamblee, Durham, N. C., using about 900 lbs. of V-C per acre. From Tobacco.


  • This is the Warping Room. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • This is The Way it is Done in Sampson County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • This picture was taken at a point near Flirey. The road sign intruding at the left directs the traveler to Essey, Fresnes en Woëvre and Beney, all of which were in German hands when Americans began to travel this road. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • This point was headquarters of the 89th Division during the St. Mihiel offensive for a time and it also served as headquarters of the 55th F. A. Brigade during the same engagement. It was near Flirey. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Thomasville--The Chair Town First National Bank AMAZON COTTON MILLS. Finch's Theatre From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Thompson Hospital LaFayette Life Insurance Co.--Home Office-- City Hall Court House. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Three views on Mr. W. M. Hinson's Tobacco fields, Enfield, Conn., who used 3,000 lbs. of V-C Fertilizers per acre, reaping a bountiful crop of fine Tobacco. See article on Northern Grown Tobacco, page 46. From Tobacco.


  • [Title Page Image] From Thirty-Eighth Annual Report, 1938.


  • TO SUNNY FIELDS BEYOND. PEABODY PARK. From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • TO V-C OR NOT V-C AND HERE IS THE ANSWER Upper left view is on farm of Mr. J. W. Blankenship, near Danville, Va., who used on this 20-acre tract 650 lbs of V-C to the acre, producing 800 to 1,000 lbs. per acre, averaging $17.00 to $20.00 per 1000 lbs. Lower left corner view is on farm of Mr. J. H. Warren, also near Danville, Va. This 20-acre patch averaged 800 to 1,000 lbs. per acre on which 665 lbs. of V-C Fertilizers were applied. On two center fields in above group V-C Fertilizers were not used. Compare these two Tobacco fields with those adjoining, on each of which V-C Fertilizers were bountifully and wisely applied. Upper right corner had 660 lbs. of V-C per acre, producing 900 lbs. per acre. Owing to high quality of Tobacco the highest price was obtained by Mr. M. G. Bryant, near Danville, Va. Lower right corner view is a section of 25-acre Tobacco field of Mr. Lee Brown, who used 3,000 lbs. V-C Fertilizers per acre, giving a yield of 1,800 lbs. per acre, bringing an average of $17.00 to $20.00 per 100. From Tobacco.


  • Tobacco culture offers a great reward to the grower who is master in his business. The master Tobacco grower has learned to appreciate the necessity and effects of V-C Fertilizers on his Tobacco crops. From Tobacco.


  • Tobacco Field, Lenoir County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Tobacco Field, Nash County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Tobacco Field, Pitt County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Tobacco Growing, Jones County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • Tobacco that sold from $17.00 to $20.00 per 100 lbs., on the farm of Mr. J. H. Warren, near Danville, Va. On these 18 acres an average of 656 lbs. of V-C Fertilizers were used per acre, producing an average of from 800 to 1,000 pounds per acre. Of course V-C pays. From Tobacco.


  • "TOKAY" VINEYARD. Moved here from Warren County 27th of November, 1880, where we have since resided. From Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More.


  • Train Load of Cucumbers and Strawberries Headed North--Duplin County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • TRAIN OF REFRIGERATOR CARS LOADING WITH STRAWBERRIES FOR THE NORTH. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • Turner Machine Shops First National Bank Commercial National Bank Carolina Motor Co. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • The Twin Water Towers that decorated the hill-top and never furnished an adequate supply of water. Al the left an observation tower. The Regimental Guard-house, a stone structure built by Napoleon I, a few feet off to the right, was mercifully left out of the picture. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Two-Room House. Cost $250 From Cotton Mill, Commercial Features. A Text-Book for the Use of Textile Schools and Investors. With Tables Showing Cost of Machinery and Equipments for Mills Making Cotton Yarns and Plain Cotton Cloths.


  • Type of New Five-Room Bungalow at Buffalo Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Type of Roadway at Camp Bragg. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • A typical German cemetery. This one is near Boullionville in the St. Mihiel sector. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • The U. S. S. Santa Teresa. This picture was taken at Newport News, Va., just before the regiment began to leave the vessel. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Universal Garage. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • UNIVERSITY LIBRARY BYNUM GYMNASIUM From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • V-C Fertilizers were not used on Tobacco field shown in upper picture. On this 20-acre field in lower view, 640 lbs. of V-C to the acre were applied, producing a yield about 900 lbs. per acre, bringing an average of from $16.00 to $20.00 per 100 lbs. This is part of Mr. J. B. McCormac's field of Tobacco near Danville, Va. From Tobacco.


  • VIEW FROM THE OLD ATHLETIC FIELD. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • View in Retail District Central School New City High School One of the city's new Churches From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • View of Manufacturing Area Sheraton Hotel Southern Furniture Exposition Building A Furniture Plant. Municipal Building. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • View of Part of Village of the Union-Buffalo Mills, Union, S. C. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • VIEW TAKEN 1852 SHOWING OLD BELFRY. SOUTH BUILDING. From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868.


  • Views of Fayetteville and Camp Bragg. From Camp Bragg and Fayetteville. Sketches of Camp and City.


  • Views of the School, Homes, Office, and Prosperous Workers at Vance Cotton Mills. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • A Virginia Tobacco Plant-bed. Should the Tobacco growers of any one of the many Tobacco sections of the United States be prohibited the use of Commercial Fertilizers, they would have to go out of business. Hence, one of the best Fertilizers you can buy has proven to be V-C. From Tobacco.


  • Volley Ball Game By Fultonites. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • WAITING FOR THE PARADE OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH FIELD ARTILLERY The Reviewing Stand on Fayetteville Street, with Governor and Mrs. Bickett, Mayor Johnson, of Raleigh, and other notables in the foreground. Confederate veterans from the Soldiers' home in the background. From History of the 113th Field Artillery 30th Division.


  • Wake County Court House J. J. Fallon Co.--Florists. Commercial Nat. Bank Interior View Woman's Club. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Washington Collegiate Institute. Post Office E. Peterson Co. Eureka Lumber Co. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Watts Mills, Laurens, S. C.--984 looms Making Satin and Silk Stripe Shirtings, Voiles, Poplin, and Dimity Checks. From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • WELL BABY CLINIC From Thirty-Eighth Annual Report, 1938.


  • Western Carolina Mountain Views. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Western Carolina Waterfalls From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Western N. C. Lakes From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • Western N. C. Rivers From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • WHAT ONE ORPHANAGE IS DOING FOR ITS BOYS IN THE WAY OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING From Biennial Report of the State Board of Charities and Public Welfare, December 1, 1920 to June 30, 1922.


  • WHAT REMAINED OF A BEAUTIFUL LITTLE FRENCH VILLAGE AFTER WITHERING HUN FIRE. From "Lest We Forget." The Record of North Carolina's Own.


  • WHERE NATURE TEACHES. PEABODY PARK From The Carolinian, Edited by the Senior Class, 1909.


  • White Leghorns, Halifax County From Eastern North Carolina, Where Prosperity is Perennial, Invites You!.


  • WILLIAMSBURG, NO. 2, ROCKINGHAM COUNTY (OLD). From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • WILLIAMSBURG, NO. 3, ROCKINGHAM COUNTY (OLD). From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • WILLIAMSBURG, NOS. 2 and 3, CONSOLIDATED, ROCKINGHAM COUNTY (NEW). From The Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina.


  • WILLING WAITING--FOR MALE OR MAIL? SMILING WILD SOPHOMORES HUNGRY HAPPY COMFORTABLE P.S.--WE'LL SEE YOU AGAIN AS JUNIORS From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • (1) Workers receiving pay checks in Durham. (2) Paying off workers in Raleigh. From Emergency Relief in North Carolina. A Record of the Development and the Activities of the North Carolina Emergency Relief Administration, 1932-1935. North Carolina Emergency Relief Commission, State Administrator, Mrs. Thomas O'Berry. Edited by J.S. Kirk, Walter A. Cutter [and] Thomas W. Morse.


  • Would You Believe it, the Top Cottage was Made into the Bungalow Below? From Mill News. Vol. XXII, no. 16 (Oct. 14, 1920).


  • Y. M. C. A. BUILDING. From Wilmington Up-to-Date: The Metropolis of North Carolina Graphically Portrayed. Compiled under the Auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Also a series of Comprehensive Sketches of Representative Business Enterprises.


  • Y. W. C. A. HUT From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • Yadkin Hotel Paul Rubbet Co. Harris Granite Quarry. Wallace Building. From Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.


  • YE MODERN DAY LASS AND LAD From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • YE OLDEN DAY MISS AND MISTER From Pine Needles, 1921.


  • YOUNG LADIES' DORMITORY. From The History of My Life and Work. Autobiography by Rev. M. L. Latta, A.M., D.D.


  • YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION RALEIGH ROAD FROM FRANKLIN STREET From History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912.


  • "Your V-C Fertilizers have given me perfect satisfaction, having used same for several years. This year I used for Tobacco 800 pounds of V-C Fertilizers per acre, and have the finest Tobacco I ever saw grown anywhere. I feel it my duty to my fellow farmers to advise the use of V-C Fertilizers for good Crops and as a land builder." DOC D. HARRELSON, Loris S. C. From Tobacco.