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    • [Gabriel Grocery, Washington Street, interior]

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    • CC013 George Gabriel and Gabriel Groceries Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Interior of Gabriel Food Center, 967 East Washington Street, at the corner of Dean (now Bennett Street).
    • Troy V. Gilley

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    • CC014 Gilley-Liles Family Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Troy V. Gilley and his wife Alice operated the Tip Top Service Station and Grocery Store on Summit Ave. for over 35 years. This image of the station was taken from Rudd Road.
    • [Troy V. Gilley and customer]

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    • CC014 Gilley-Liles Family Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Troy V. Gilley and his wife Alice operated the Tip Top Service Station and Grocery Store at 4608 Summit Ave. for over 35 years. The customer is an unidentified black man.
    • [Dr. Walter Lewis McNair]

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    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Portrait of Dr. Walter Lewis McNair (1868- ), he first African American druggist in Greensboro, North Carolina
    • [Page from Sanborn fire insurance survey]

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    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This page from a Sanborn Map gives an overview of Greensboro, especially the area where the McNair family lived and worked.
    • [Benbow Hotel]

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    • Photo Collection -- General
    • A street view of the Benbow Hotel in downtown Greensboro showing people and carts on the street.
    • [Gabriel Grocery, Washington Street, exterior]

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    • CC013 George Gabriel and Gabriel Groceries Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Gabriel Food Center, 967 East Washington Street, at the corner of Dean (now Bennett Street).
    • Old house, new future: The revitalization of the shotgun house

    • 2019
    • CC066 The Historic Dimension Series
    • Shotgun houses are the most widely acknowledged expression of African-American architectural design in the United States, rooted in indigenous west African architectural and spatial traditions, and traced from west Africa to Haiti and on to New...
    • Pubs in the Piedmont Triad: Tavern history and the modern NC brewpub

    • 2019
    • CC066 The Historic Dimension Series
    • Taverns and pubs have been part of the American architectural landscape since the start of European settlement. Today, craft breweries are replicating the social atmosphere of those early ale houses, often adaptively reusing historic structures for...
    • Oral history interview with Nicole Preyer, 2018

    • 2018-08-28
    • OH019 Well Crafted Oral History Collection
    • Nicole Preyer, co-owner of Preyer Brewing Company in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, describes her brewery and its connections to the community. Topics include: education, working in the brewing industry, family owned businesses, and her...
    • Oral history interview with Kelly Cubbin, 2018

    • 2018-06-27
    • OH019 Well Crafted Oral History Collection
    • Kelly Cubbin, owner and manager at Southern Appalachian Brewery in Hendersonville, NC, discusses the work of purchasing an existing brewery in 2006, changes to the local brewing industry since she and her husband bought the brewery, and the...
    • Streamline Moderne: Speeding into the future!

    • 2018
    • CC066 The Historic Dimension Series
    • The Streamline Moderne architectural style sprang out of American culture in the late 1920s, influenced by a wide range of trends from Hollywood, machine design, advertising, consumer engineering, science fiction, and technological advances in...
    • Fisher Parker [November 2017]

    • 2017-11
    • MSS215 Fisher Park Neighborhood Association Records, 1973-2014
    • Newsletter of the Fisher Park Neighborhood Association.
    • Fisher Parker [July 2017]

    • 2017-07
    • MSS215 Fisher Park Neighborhood Association Records, 1973-2014
    • Newsletter of the Fisher Park Neighborhood Association.
    • Future so bright: A history of neon signage

    • 2017
    • CC066 The Historic Dimension Series
    • Neon signage has fallen in and out of favor since its invention in the early 20th century. At first considered a necessary form of commercial advertising and later deemed tacky and obtrusive, today it is experiencing a resurgence as an artistic...
    • Oral History interview with Dolores Gallardo Luhm

    • 2016-04-23
    • WV0609 Dolores Gallardo Luhm
    • Primary documents the life of Dolores Gallardo Luhm and her service with the United States Marine Corps.

      Luhm recalls her desire to leave El Paso, Texas, because she felt she was going nowhere and needed a challenge, and the guidance she...
    • Oral History interview with Jude Eden

    • 2016-02-06
    • WV0603 Jude Eden Oral History
    • Primarily documents the life of Jude Eden and her service with the United States Marine Corps.
      Eden recalls the events of September 11, 2001 and, even though she had not considered enlisting at the time, how she felt that the right thing to do...

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