SAMPSON COUNTY PHOTOGRAPHS
Pictures contributed to this site
|Salem School||Jerome Tew|
|Front LR: 1. Lee, 2. Miss McPhail, 3. Miss Lee, 4. Hattie
Lamb, 5. Miss Clyde Bell, 6. Miss Adie Gregory, 7 A
Bullard, 8. Grant Hall, 9. John Holden, 10. Jule Hobbs.
Standing RL: 12. John Mathis, 13. Mary Stetson, 14 Annie Beaman, 15. Mary Britt, 16. Malcy B., 17. Katie?
Faircloth, 18. Moltin Fredwell, 19. Dora McCullen, 20. Carr Bullard, 21. Mr. Washburn, 22. Georgia Williamson
23. ___ Royal, 24. Ida Herring, 25. Bessie Williamson, 26. Pearl Ezzell, 27. 28. , 29. Esther Peterson, 30., 31.
Lauren Carroll, 32. Bessie ?, 33. Sue ____, 34. Addie ?, 35. Geneva Rackley, 36. Buck Crumpler, 37. Gordan
Back Row LR: 38. Tate Tew, 39. Matthew Bower, 40. George McLemore, 41. George Cooper, 42. Ranson
Faircloth, 43. Q. Bower, 44. Ada Reynolds, 45. Miss H. Carroll, 46. Roland Boney, 47. Claude Holder, and 48
Academy Classes: Spelling, Defining, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geography, Elementary
Physiology and Hygiene, History of North Carolina, History of the United States, Theory and Practice of
Teaching, and Civil Government. The above Miss Clyde Bell was certified to teach the second grade and her
certificate was signed by the County Supt. Of Schools, Mr. Street Brewer. Mr. Brewer created a fast track metho
of teachers for elementary grades, mostly it was a summer school. The teachers then went to work in the fall.
Please email any information you have about the people in this photo to Jerome Tew at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Sampson County Courthouse||1912 Photo||Photographs courtesy of Kent Wrench.|
|Ivanhoe Depot||Built 1890|
|Tomahawk Depot||Built 1890|
|Railroad Trestle||Built 1889|
|Baptist Meeting House & Common School||Built c. 1846|
|#1: built 1867; #2 1900|
|Alum Springs Baptist Church||c. 1945||Photographs courtesy of Betty Wiggins|
|B. F. Grady School||1928|
|Bunch Wiggins Junior Class||1929|
Jo B*ranch, County Coordinator