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Note unusual double-hung windows and rocker with shawl.
The house is still standing, has been restored, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. A twenty-five year retrospective of the incorporated history of Durham, based on reminiscenses of the 'fathers of Durham tobacco': W.
Buildings are uninhabited and deteriorating.'Fairview.' House of Washington Duke.
House was located at the corner of Main and Duke Streets. Eugene Morehead, President; Frederick Fanning, Cashier; William Morgan, Teller; Watshel Avery, Bookkeeper; Mr.
At far right stand members of family of Superintendent Henry Daniel Leigh: Auburn, Otie, Arthur, Mrs. Guards with pistol and rifles oversee work crew of men and women.
Photograph of prison farm on Roxboro Road, showing main house, surrounding buildings, well, wagon, and prison population. View of the first Duke factory in Durham, showing factory and warehouse buildings, Duke house, cleared countryside, and RR tracks passing in front of the factory.
Engraving of tobacco factory appeared in issue of Southern Tobacco Journal. Globe warehouse at Main & Great Jones Streets First & Second Baptist Churches. Parrish warehouse at corner of Clay(later Parrish) and Mangum Streets. (Clothing does not seem appropriate to the date given. Photograph of Goodwin family in front of pineboard frame house.
Portrait of Rufus Newton's maternal grandmother wearing loose dress with tasseled sash. Blackwell, the first major tobacco products manufacturer in Durham during and after the Civil War.