Downtown Burlington in September 1935
Faucette Coal Sales beside railroad near Aurora Cotton Mills
Davis Street looking toward First Baptist Church
Corner of Spring St. and Davis St. looking West, 1930s - ish
- Efird's Department Store at 108 E. Davis St
- Acme Drugs at 111 E. Davis St
- Raylass Dept. Store at E. Davis & Main St.
Fountain Place Neighborhood in Burlington, NC
Main Street Looking West in Burlington, NC
Holy Comforter Episcopal Church in Burlington, NC
Whitesell's Shoe Shop
Corney D. Whitesell's Shoe Shop. Born in 1873, Corney established his shoe shop in Burlington in 1896. This picture shows the first electric shoe repair machine in this area sometime after 1908. The man on the left is Mr. Whitesell's assistant Mr. Monroe Sullivan. (photo ID from "In Years Gone By" columns, Burlington Times-News 01/06/1955)
Holt & May Store
1934 Spring St.
1934 Worth St.
Original Covington Hardware Building was destroyed by fire on 12/29/1917. Photo estimated from 1920-1921.
Piedmont Trust Co in Burlington, NC
Brookwood Neighborhood in Burlington, NC
First Presbyterian Church in Burlington, NC
Standard Realty & Security Company: Standard Lumber Company and Beverly Hills
The Standard Building on North Main Street, was fully occupied by industrial and wholesale concerns; the plant of the Standard Lumber company and homes in Beverly Hills, a development by D. R. and C. C. Fonville.
Looking up N. Main St.
Visible is the:
- Piedmont Hotel at 201 S. Main St.
- Piedmont Cafe at 111 S. Maint St.
- Steve's Cafe
Ed Thomas pumping station on Hawkins St. City
Burlington Train Station
Can see the same building that is now the Historic Depot