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    • [Pages from Greensboro city directory]

    • 1903-1904
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This photocopy of page 170 of the Greensboro City Directory lists Walter McNair's drugstore at 106 Fayetteville Street and his home at 429 East Washington Street.
    • [Pages from Greensboro city directory]

    • 1905-1906
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This photocopy of page 229 of the Greensboro City Directory lists information about Walter McNair.
    • [Pages from Greensboro city directory]

    • 1909-1920
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This photocopy of page 275 of the Greensboro City Directory indicates that Walter McNair had moved his business to 223 East Market Street.
    • [W. L. McNair, retail druggist]

    • 1910
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This information, from an unidentified publication, highlights Walter L. McNair
    • [Page from Sanborn fire insurance survey]

    • 1910
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This page depicts the 100 block of Fayetteville Street in Greensboro (later Asheboro Street, and still later Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive). W.L. McNair's business was first located at 106 Fayetteville Street.
    • [W. L. McNair, retail druggist]

    • 1910
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This page from an unidentified Greensboro, North Carolina publication provides details about Walter McNair.
    • [Anita Mears Rivers]

    • 1917
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This photograph, printed in an unknown publication, shows the young Anita Mears Rivers standing in front of the McNair drugstore.
    • [Photograph of four unidentified people]

    • 1940-1949
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This undated photograph shows people posed in front of the McNair drugstore on East Market Street. Of particular interest is the motorized bicycle used for deliveries.
    • The Bennett banner

    • 1948
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This issue of the Bennett College student newspaper includes an advertisment for the McNair Brothers drugstore on page four (bottom right).
    • [Article on East Greensboro druggists]

    • 2003
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This article discusses various druggists and drugstores in East Greensboro, including W.L. McNair.
    • [Dr. Walter Lewis McNair]

    • Undated
    • 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]

    • Undated
    • 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.
    • [Girl on porch with a tricycle]

    • Undated
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Unidentified girl on the porch of the McNair home at 429 East Washington Street in Greensboro.
    • [Girl and man on a tricycle]

    • Undated
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Unidentified girl and man, sitting on a tricycle, on the porch of the McNair home at 429 East Washington Street.
    • [Woman and baby on porch steps]

    • Undated
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Unidentified woman and baby on the porch of the McNair home at 429 East Washington Street.
    • [Girl on porch]

    • Undated
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
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    • [Baby on porch]

    • Undated
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Baby is sitting in a seat, or carrier, on the porch of the McNair home at 429 East Washington Street.

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