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Montague Hall at North Carolina's Mars Hill College

Mars Hill College Historic District - Contributing Building - National Register of Historic Places NRIS Built 1919

Marshbanks Hall at Mars Hill College in North Carolina

Mars Hill College Historic District - Contributing Building - National Register of Historic Places NRIS Built 1909

Mars Hill is now an accredited University! :)  New Sign.....

Mars Hill is now an accredited University! :) New Sign.

Word(full) Wednesday post: Mars Hill University Homecoming #MHU #collegelife @Mars Hill

word(full) Wednesday: Mars Hill University homecoming

Word(full) Wednesday post: Mars Hill University Homecoming #MHU #collegelife @Mars Hill

Daleville College. Levi Flora attended Daleville College before WWI.

Levi Flora attended Daleville College before WWI.

Rhodes College. My dorm was Voorhies Hall, At that time we had to sign in and out of Dorm when we went out after a certain time, probably about 7 pm. And of course no guys allowed!

Rhodes College, one of the best liberal arts colleges In the country. With the most beautiful campus!

Backyard History: Oldest European Fort in the Inland US Unearthed near Morganton NC

Oldest European Fort in the Inland US Unearthed

A professor, determined to unearth a culture buried in Morganton’s foothills, discovers the first Spanish fort in the interior United States.

LOG CABIN PHARMACY, 1910      Introducing modern medicines to the backwoods of North Carolina and coaxing residents away from their homemade remedies were no easy tasks, especially for a woman in the early 1900s. Shown here is one of the first pharmacies in Henderson County. Located between Edneyville and Bat Cave, it was operated by Dorothy Sharpe, who is standing at the right in the adjacent photograph.      NCC Photo Archives

LOG CABIN PHARMACY, 1910 Introducing modern medicines to the backwoods of North Carolina and coaxing residents away from their homemade remedies were no easy tasks, especially for a woman in the early 1900s. Shown here is one of the first pharmacies in Henderson County. Located between Edneyville and Bat Cave, it was operated by Dorothy Sharpe, who is standing at the right in the adjacent photograph. NCC Photo Archives