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The Shamrock, 301/Eastern Boulevard, Fayetteville NC

The Shamrock, Boulevard, Fayetteville NC

Yesterday and today, side by side, Fayetteville NC

Yesterday and today, side by side, Fayetteville NC

The Prince  Charles, Sears & Roebuck, and Blanton Cigar Company, Hay Street Fayetteville NC

The Prince Charles, Sears & Roebuck, and Blanton Cigar Company, Hay Street Fayetteville NC

PhC68_1_32 View down Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC, looking toward the Old Slave Market House, May 15, 1909 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

View down Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC, looking toward the Old Slave Market House, May 1909

City of #Fayetteville, #NC underwater during the 1945 Flood, causing the #Cape #Fear #River to rise.  #Person Street from #Liberty Point to the river bridge was a solid lane of water. #East #Russell Street and #Cool #Spring Street to the river became canals. [Bil Belche Collection] fayobserver.com / qw

City of #Fayetteville, #NC underwater during the 1945 Flood, causing the #Cape #Fear #River to rise. #Person Street from #Liberty Point to the river bridge was a solid lane of water. #East #Russell Street and #Cool #Spring Street to the river became canals. [Bil Belche Collection] fayobserver.com / qw

Montgomery Ward next to Stein Brothers, Fayetteville NC

Montgomery Ward next to Stein Brothers, Fayetteville NC

701 FAYETTEVILLE STREET - PEOPLE'S SERVICE STATION | Open Durham

Esso station beside the Prince Charles, Fayetteville NC

Fayetteville,NC train station

Fayetteville NC Diversity and culture are two of the city’s greatest strengths. The citizens of Fayetteville have earned many awards for their commitment to preserving the community environment of the growing city.

Hay Street when I was a little girl, Fayetteville NC

Hay Street when I was a little girl, Fayetteville NC

Vintage Postcard Fayetteville North Carolina NC Dinty Moore's Tourist Home

Vintage Postcard Fayetteville North Carolina NC Dinty Moore's Tourist Home

This is a photo of the old Sears and the Prince Charles Hotel downtown Fayetteville NC, many many years ago when I was very small.

This is a photo of the old Sears and the Prince Charles Hotel downtown Fayetteville NC, many many years ago. My best friends dad was manager of Prince Charles.

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