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Browsing items in: Dr. G. Wayne King Slide Collection

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    • 100 Block of West Evans Street

    • Florence (S.C.); H. Hubbard Grocery Company; Dry Goods; Grocery Store; Evans Street; Florence City Hall; Yadkin Power Company; Yadkin Power Company; Street Lamps; Automobiles
    • West Evans Street in the mid 1920s. H. Hubbard Grocery Co. is on the right and the sign for the Yadkin Power Company is on the left. The top of City Hall can be seen on the left. Street lamps are along the sidewalk instead of rows of overhead...
    • 100 Block West Evans Street

    • Standard Oil Company; Cheves Street; Automobiles; Gas Stations; Florence (S.C.)
    • 1920s model automobiles parked on the 100 block of West Evans Street. Shown here at 124 West Evans Street is Schofield Hardware operated by Robert P. Schofield. Next door on the right is Florence Music Company the business on the left is unknown....
    • 1943 Graduating Class of McLeod Infirmary School of Nursing

    • Florence (S.C.); McLeod Infirmary; Nursing; McLeod, James, Dr.; Hargrove, Ida Vic; Harrison, Flossie Ruth; Coleman, Audrey; Daniel, Florence Belle; Robbins, Vista Irene; Connell, June Lucille; Keiserman, Pearle Maria; Gray, Mary H.; Benton,...
    • Dr. James McLeod stands on the top step of McLeod Infirmary with Nursing Director, Ida Vic Hargrove and the 1943 graduating class of McLeod Infirmary School of Nursing. Left to right. Row (1); Flossie Ruth Harrison (Columbia), Audrey Coleman...
    • ACL Roundhouse

    • Florence (S.C.); Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; Locomotives; Roundhouse; Water Tower; Automobiles
    • Railroad tracks leading to the Atlantic Coastline Roundhouse with an automobile parked out front. To the right are two locomotives and a water tower for the engines.
    • Boxing Team sponsored by the Lions Club

    • Florence (S.C.); Lions Club; Boxing; McCrary, Glenn; McCrary, Joseph ""Jickie""; Craver, Jimmy; Merriman, Russell; Hatchell, Wallace; Johnson, Tresco
    • Five young men and a male advisor wearing and displaying a Lions Club boxing robes. 1st row: Glenn McCrary, Joseph ""Jickie"" McCrary, 2nd row: Jimmy Craver, Russell Merriman, Wallace Hatchell, Standing: Tresco Johnson coach/trainer
    • Boy Pulling a Wagon

    • Ilderton, William, Dr.; Hospital; Evans Street; Florence (S.C.)
    • Unidentified black youth walking down East Evans Street pulling a wagon. Two-story building with porches was Dr. William Idlerton's hospital and residence beside the railroad tracks that crossed East Evans Street.
    • Chase Park

    • Florence (S.C.); Douglas, W.B.; Cheves Street; Houses; Parks; McQueen Street
    • Chase Park when it was located At McQueen and Cheves Streets. The two story house to the upper left was the residence of W.B. Douglas.
    • Coast Line Flyer

    • Locomotives; Baldwin Locomotive Works; Philadelphia, Pa.; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
    • A locomotive built by Baldwin Locomotive Works out of Philadelphia with an Atlantic Coast Line car attached.
    • Darby's Drug store- Exterior

    • Florence (S.C.); Darby's Drugstore; Darby, William H.; Evans Street; Bicycles
    • Darby's (Pharmacy) Drugstore when it was located in the 100 block of West Evans Street. The banner across the front of the building reads: ""Headquarters for Soda and Ice Cream"". There is a bicycle leaning against the building and two pedestrians...
    • Darby's Drugstore- Exterior

    • Florence (S.C.); Darby's Drugstore; Grimsley, James Alex, Jr.; Darby, Will, Dr.; Merriman, James L.; Drub Stores; Palmetto Street
    • Standing in front of Darby's Drugstore in the 500 block of West Palmetto Street are an unidentified man in a hat, young James Alex Grimsley, Jr. [later to become president of The Citadel], the owner, Dr. Will Darby, and James L. Merriman, the...
    • Darby's Drugstore- Interior

    • Florence (S.C.); Drugstore; Palmetto Street; Darby, Will, Dr.; Grimsley, James Alex, Jr.; Merriam, James L.; Soda Jerk; Buildings
    • Interior of Darby's Drugstore located at 500 block of West Evans Street between 1929 and 1936. Pictured from left to right: unidentified man in hat, James Alex Grimsley, Jr. (who later became president of The Citadel), Dr. Will Darby, and James L....

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