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  • Subject (Images): Coffins
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    • Moore and Robinson Coffins and Robes

    • 1911; 1912; 1913
    • Wayne County Public Library
    • Moore and Robinson’s Coffins and Robes was located on South John Street. Their hearses were kept in the lean-to. To the right of the funeral parlor was the home of Misses Annie and Hattie Farrior. The Wayne County jail is seen in the background.
    • First war dead returned at the Charlotte train depot

    • 1947
    • University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    • Photograph of a casket placed outside a United States Army train in the Charlotte North Carolina train depot. The caption on the photograph reads "First war dead at the Charlotte train depot." Several men including a uniformed officer stand...
    • Starette Casket Company

    • 1982; 1983; 1984; 1985; 1986
    • Davie County Public Library
    • The Starette Casket Company operated in Kappa from 1880 to 1923. James Jasper Starette built the building prior to 1890. He made high quality walnut caskets to order.
    • Funeral of Yule Owen

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    • Haywood County Public Library
    • Yule Owen was the brother of Sara Owen Ferguson. Sara is on the left and the fifth person is Charlie Owen.

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