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Built as a bank at a cost of $125,000,it operated until 11.20.1930 when it closed. Reopened in 1936 by StateTrust Co., later Northwestern Bank,then Home Bank & Trust, then Bankof N.C. The McClintock clock was added in 1927. Designed by prominent l…
1961Built by Daniel C. Barber, Jr., this building wasmodeled after the Western Auto Store in theCharlottetown Mall in Charolette and was thefirst pre-stressed concrete on Main Street.The Barber Family ran the Western Auto Storeand True Value Hard…
ca. 1920 Tenants of this building have been BeckHardware, Court House Caf?, City Caf?,C & D Music Shop and Elizabeth of CarolinaWoman's Wear. For more than 30 years theJustice of the Peace office was upstairs.
This district portrays a cohesive grouping ofcommercial, residential and transportationrelated structures typical of late 19th and early20th century development. The first depot,established with train service in 1879, wasreplaced with the current …
The Judson College Building (now demolished) atthe corner of Fleming Street and Third Avenueserved as the first Hendersonville High School.The high school was later located in the former Noterman house at what is now Boyd Parkbetween Main Street a…
In memory of those who servedSpanish American WarWorld War IWorld War IIKoreaVietnamGrenada, Lebanon, PanamaPersian Gulf, Iraq, Afghanistan
In Honor of the Citizens of Henderson County who served their country in the Gulf War and in wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and on Terrorism at home and abroad and for the sacrifices of their families.
In memory of those who served,especially to those who gave alldonated by those who still care. Designed by Jerry GordonFeb. 8, 1947 - Oct. 4, 1995
Korean War6-25-50 7-27-53"Freedom is not Free"
In Honor of the Citizens of Henderson County who served in World War II and for the sacrifices of their families.