Middle Street Looking South
Title:
Middle Street Looking South
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused


Pepsi-Cola Company
Title:
Pepsi-Cola Company
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused



Hotel Queen Anne
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused


Hotel Queen Anne
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome

Description:
Direction: Daniel M. Miles. View showing a portion of the Garden and Automobile Entrance.



Hotel Queen Anne
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused


Pecan Grove Motor Court
Title:
Pecan Grove Motor Court
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused



Hotel Queen Anne
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


Hotel Queen Anne
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused



Middle Street, Looking South
Title:
Middle Street, Looking South
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


Hotel Queen Anne - Bedroom
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne - Bedroom
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused



Hotel Queen Anne - Parlour
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne - Parlour
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused


Hotel Queen Anne
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Charming new all-year hotel opened the fall of 1939. On Broad Street, directly on the Ocean Highway. Of cream brick, with most modern equipment, 85 rooms and baths, spacious parlors, delightful dining room. Direction - Daniel Miles



Roper's Mill
Title:
Roper's Mill
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Divided Back PM 1912 Apr-14


Pepsi-Cola
Title:
Pepsi-Cola
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome PM 1984 Aug-14

Description:
Pepsi-Cola from New Bern, NC 1898, To the World, 1983. Pepsi-Cola was created by Caleb D. Bradham in 1898 at New Bern, NC and the original home office was at the corner of Johnson and Hancock Streets. The painting depicts Pepsi's humble beginning in 1898 to its now world wide distribution. The mural is 12' x 7' painted in oil and on canvas by artist Willie Taglieri



Centenary Methodist Church
Title:
Centenary Methodist Church
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen PM 1955 Sep-3

Description:
Methodists organized here in 1802 and a church was erected, second for the town. This structure, their third here, was dedicated October 22, 1905


Hotel Queen Anne At Night
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne At Night
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1B675-N



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Series 1B676-N Organized January 7, 1817, by John wither spoon, grandson of a Signer of the Declaration of Independence. This beautiful edifice was constructed from a design by Sir Christopher Wren, noted English Architect, and was dedicated January 6, 1822. Its high pulpit and sloping floor are of special interest to the visitor


Pecan Grove Motel, U. S. Highway 17
Title:
Pecan Grove Motel, U. S. Highway 17
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
24 New, Modern Rooms with Hot Water Heat, Private Baths, De Luxe Furnishings, Beautyrest mattresses, Television, Air-Conditioning, T. V. Lounge, Wall to Wall Carpet Grade "A" Restaurant nearby Telephone: 2591. Owner-Managed Bu: The Swain Family.



First Presbyterian Church - 1822
Title:
First Presbyterian Church - 1822
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Constructed from a design of Sir Christopher Wren


Historic Tryon Palace
Title:
Historic Tryon Palace
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1767, Tryon Palace was recognized as one of the finest buildings in Colonial America. It was the residence of royal governors William Tryon and Josiah Martin. Later this building became the first state capital. Restoration was completed in 1959 at an approximate cost of $3,000,000.00



Tryon Palace Restoration
Title:
Tryon Palace Restoration
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Historic Tryon Palace was completed in 1770, and considered the finest State House in America. This was the residence of William Tryon, Royal Governor, and later became the first State Capital. Restoration was completed in 1959 at a cost of 3 million dollars.


First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Constructed from a design of Sir Christopher Wren



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
First Presbyterian Church - 1822 constructed form a design of Sir Christopher Wren


Hotel Queen Anne
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Charming new all-year hotel opened the Fall of 1939. On Board Street, directly on the ocean Highway. Of cream brick, with most modern equipment, 85 rooms and baths, spacious parlors, delightful dining room.



Christ Episcopal Church
Title:
Christ Episcopal Church
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Parish was organized in 1715; and the first of three brick churches on this property was finished about 1750. King George II of England gave the parish a silver communion service, Bible and prayer book in 1752. The grave of the first rector, Rev. James Reed, early advocate of public schools , in the church yard. The present church edifice dates back to 1873.


First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
THIS BEAUTIFUL BUILDING WAS CONSTRUCTED FROM A DESIGN BY THE NOTED ENGLISH ARCHITECT, SIR CHRISTOPHER WREN. THE CHURCH WAS ORGANIZED JANUARY 7, 1817 BY JOHN WITHERSPOON, GRANDSON OF A SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.



Hotel Queen Anne
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen PM 1945

Description:
Charming new all-year hotel opened the fall of 1939. On Broad Street, directly on the Ocean Highway. Of cream brick, with most modern equipment, 85 rooms and baths, spacious parlors, delightful dining room. Direction - Daniel M. Miles.


Palace Motel, Route 17 South & #70
Title:
Palace Motel, Route 17 South & #70
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
60 Swimming Pool - T.V. - Room Service Plus - "The King's Kitchen".



Palace Motel, Route 17 South & #70
Title:
Palace Motel, Route 17 South & #70
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
60 Swimming Pool - T.V. - Room Service Plus - "The King's Kitchen".


Junction Of Neuse And Trent Rivers
Title:
Junction Of Neuse And Trent Rivers
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused



East Front Street
Title:
East Front Street
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


Women's Club Building
Title:
Women's Club Building
New Bern North Carolina (NC), White Border unused



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
First Presbyterian Church Organized January 7, 1817 by John Witherspoon, grandson of a Singner of the Declaration of Independence. This beautiful edifice was constructed form a design by Sir Christopher Wren, noted English Architect, and was dedicated January 6, 1822. Its high pulpit and sloping floor are of special interest to the visitor.


Confederate Monument
Title:
Confederate Monument
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Real Photo PM 1907 Feb-07



Middle Street Looking South
Title:
Middle Street Looking South
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Curt Teich Co.


Middle Street Looking South
Title:
Middle Street Looking South
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused



The Dinner Bell
Title:
The Dinner Bell
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
The Dinner Bell "The Cafe of Clocks" 413 Broad Street, New Bern, N.C. Air Conditioned - "Home Cooked Foods" - Open: 5 A.M. to 10 P.M. - Phone 2914


River Shore
Title:
River Shore
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen PM 1952 Apr-11

Description:
Tichnor Bros



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
New Bern North Carolina (NC), White Border unused


Hotel Queen Anne
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Hotel Queen Anne New Bern, North Carolina Direction: Daniel M. Miles On US 17 Ocean Highway, half way between New York and Florida



Craven County Hospital
Title:
Craven County Hospital
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
"Eastern North Carolina's Most Modern Hospital."


Birthplace Of Pepsi-Cola
Title:
Birthplace Of Pepsi-Cola
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
Pepsi-Cola was born in New Bern, N.C. back in the 1890's when Caleb D. Bradham, a young pharmacist, entertained his friends at the soda fountain by creating different kinds of soft drinks. One drink he made was so popular that people began to call it "Brad's Drink". It wasn't long before Bradham realized that he had a commercial success on his hands. So on August 28, 1898 he gave his drink a new name -Pepsi-Cola.



Gault's
Title:
Gault's
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Motor Court and Air Conditioned restaurant 26 Modern tourist units, all with private tile baths. Some units air conditioned, radios and fans. Restaurant Specializing in Steaks, chops, chicken and seafood. Mr. And Mrs. C. L. Gault, Owner and Mgr. Telephone: Vanceboro 120 P. O. Address Vanceboro, N. c. On U. S. 17, 10 Mi. North New Bern, N. C.


Neuse River Bridge
Title:
Neuse River Bridge
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen PM 1938 May-04



Hotel Queen Anne At Night
Title:
Hotel Queen Anne At Night
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


Christ Episcopal Church
Title:
Christ Episcopal Church
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen PM 1943 Oct-09

Description:
Parish was organized in 1715; and the first of three brick churches on this property was finished about 1750. King George II of England gave the parish a silver communion service, Bible and prayer book in 1752. The grave of the first rector, Rev. James Reed, early advocate of public schools, is in the church yard. The present church edifice dates back to 1873.



The Restoration of Judge Wm. Gaston's Office
Title:
The Restoration of Judge Wm. Gaston's Office
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


Tabernacle Baptist Church
Title:
Tabernacle Baptist Church
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Divided Back unused



Greetings From Historic New Bern
Title:
Greetings From Historic New Bern
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
"In the land of enchanting waters." New Bern - Namesake of Bern, Switzerland, settled in 1710 by Swiss and German Colonists, - is the second oldest town in North Carolina. It is one of the most important and interesting cities of America from the standpoint of history and historic sites.


East Front Street
Title:
East Front Street
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
Showing Residence of the Late Judge Henry R. Bryan



Greetings From Historic New Bern
Title:
Greetings From Historic New Bern
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused

Description:
New Bern - Namesake of Bern, Switzerland, settled in 1710 by Swiss and German Colonists, - is the second oldest town in North Carolina. It is one of the most important and interesting cities of America from the standpoint of history and historic sites.


High School
Title:
High School
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused



Scene On East Front Street Along Neuse River
Title:
Scene On East Front Street Along Neuse River
New Bern North Carolina (NC), Linen unused




Total: 53 Items