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Constructed in 1923 by Robert L. Strowd, replacing an earlier building owned by Adele Tankersley. James L. Sutton and J. L. Alderman opened Sutton's Drugstore here in 1923. Robert Foister operated a photography store in this building next to Sutto…
Chapel Hill's first bakery, Hill Bakery, moved to this space in 1920. In 1946, Thell Jernigan bought the bakery, renaming it Thell's Bakery, and James H. Davis bought the University Florist in the Pick Theatre Building next door. This building was…
Historian, professor, & founder of the Southern Historical Collection at UNC. Born ½ block W.
Governor, 1845-1849; Secretary of the Navy; United States Senator; Whig nominee for Vice-President in 1852. His home stands 150 yds. W.
Champion of a new State through public schools, canals, roads, 1777-1832. Grave 50 yards west.
Patriot general in American Revolution, was mortally wounded at Germantown, 1777. His home is 150 yds. W.
Jurist and agriculturist. Chief Justice of North Carolina Supreme Court, 1833-1852 and 1858-1859. Grave 3/10 mile east.
Botanist, authority on North American flora, author, and Episcopal minister. Home was two blocks east.
Operated, 1845 to 1884. Founded by Samuel W. Hughes. Attended by Wm. T. Dortch, David I. Craig, Geo. T. and P.H. Winston. Site is 1 mi. W.
FL. 1749 - D. 1767
English Surveyor - Cartographer
Laid Out Hillsborough, 1754
Place by Exchange Club of