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    • Dr. E. B. Holland Home

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • Another early home was known as ""The Farmer's Hotel"". This was built and managed by Johnny Smith and is the original of what is now the Dr. E. B. Holland Home, about the same time as the Andrew Hoyle Home. Mr. Smith was the Grandfather of Miss...
    • Antioch Lutheran Church

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • The Antioch Lutheran Church has served its congregations for more than 120 years. The church, near Dallas, first met in a schoolhouse, then in a log structure, and finally, in 1863, this building was constructed. Pg. 72 - Gaston County - A...
    • Four Square Church

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • The Dallas Foursquare Church was originally the Faith Temple of Dallas. In 1948 the church building was presented to the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel and the people of the church purchased the parsonage which was occupied first by...
    • Lutheran Church

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • Mr. Labon S. Clemmer assisted by his brother Mr. J. W. Clemmer built the church. The first Sunday School Service was held in this church on Sept. 17, 1905. (""The History of Dallas, N.C."" by Mrs. Allie White Hoffman, 1954)
    • First Baptist Church

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • The Dallas Baptist Church was organized Sept. 25, 1879. It had 15 members in 1879. The first pastor of the church was Rev. J. H. Booth. The original building was behind what is now the post office. The building they are using now was built in 1914....
    • Long Creek Memorial Baptist Church

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • Long Creek Church was among the first Baptist churches organized in North Carolina, however, the exact date of its organization is unknown. Available records show that it was reorganized in 1772. (""The History of Dallas, N.C."" by Mrs. Allie White...
    • Dr. E. B. Holland Home

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • Originally ""The Farmer's Hotel"" built and managed by Johnny Smith. Later Dr. E. B. Holland home.
    • Presbyterian Church

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • First church in Dallas. It was donated by Andrew Hoyle. (""The History of Dallas, N.C."" by Mrs. Allie White Hoffman, 1954)
    • Philadelphia Lutheran Church

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • Established 1767, the first Lutheran Church established west of the Catawba River. Three miles North of Dallas. The first church and graveyard were washed away by the flood of 1916.
    • Dallas High School. Clay Street Jr. High

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • An addition to the Dallas High School building was completed in December 1951. ("The History of Dallas, N.C." by Mrs. Allie White Hoffman)
    • J.R. Lewis Home

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • Across from the Sinclair station is now a home occupied by Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Spargo, where the J. R. Lewis's lived, and the time it was built it was considered the latest and most modern of its time. ("The History of Dallas, N.C." by Mrs. Allie...
    • Dallas Tavern

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • This Dallas tavern operated in the 1890s. The building no longer stands. Photo courtesy of Helen Babington." Gaston County: A Pictorial History by Robert L. Williams, p. 62
    • New School Auditorium in Dallas

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • New Dallas School auditorium in the process of being built. ("The History of Dallas, N.C." by Mrs. Allie White Hoffman)
    • Dallas Jail

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • As originally constructed, the jail, built on Lot no. 37 first block northeast to the square contained a basement of two rooms, four rooms on the main floor, and four upstairs for the prisoners. Later two more rooms were added on both floors. Among...
    • Dallas High School. Clay Street Jr. High

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    • Gaston County Public Library
    • The Home Economics and Agriculture Departments were added in 1939 also the gym. ("The History of Dallas, N.C." by Mrs. Allie White Hoffman)

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