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  • Subject (Images): Secondhand sales
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    • Booth at Episcopal Church Bazaar

    • 1950-10-10
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • A sign reads: "Start Your Mint Bed Now! 'Guaranteed to Live' You Will Be Sure of Your Mint Julep By Next Summer"; Visible items include: a bottle of "Mother Vineyard North Carolina Scuppernong Wine" and a box labeled "Bar Boy" - likely contained a...
    • Dolls For Sale at Episcopal Church Bazaar

    • 1950-10-10
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Features large "DOLLS" sign; The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepard in Rocky Mount; Envelope label: "Episcopal Church Bazaar"
    • Baskets and Other Items at Episcopal Church Bazaar

    • 1950-10-10
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • One gallon soda fountain syrup "Pepsi-Cola" can visible; The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepard in Rocky Mount; Envelope label: "Episcopal Church Bazaar"
    • Country Store at Episcopal Church Bazaar

    • 1950-10-10
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Signs read "Newby's X Road" and "Country Store"; Visible items include "Old Dutch Coffee" "Pillsbury Pancake Mix" "Pond's Tissues" "hershey's Milk Chocolate" "Comet Rice" "Gold Strap" and "ROMOCO Sash Cord" (the Rocky Mount Cord Company); The...
    • Gardening Items For Sale at Episcopal Church Bazaar

    • 1950-10-10
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Features "Garden" sign; Visible items include "Drink Coca-Cola" cooler and multiple "One Gallon Soda Fountain Syrup Pepsi-Cola" cans; The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepard in Rocky Mount; Envelope label: "Episcopal Church Bazaar"
    • People Shopping at Episcopal Church Bazaar

    • 1950-10-10
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Drink Coca-Cola" cooler visible; The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepard in Rocky Mount; Envelope label: "Episcopal Church Bazaar
    • Items for Sale at Episcopal Church Bazaar

    • 1950-10-10
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Features "Novelty" sign; The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepard in Rocky Mount; Envelope label: "Episcopal Church Bazaar"
    • Items For Sale at Episcopal Church Bazaar

    • 1950-10-10
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • A towel with the word "Cuba" embroidered on it is visible; The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepard in Rocky Mount; Envelope label: "Episcopal Church Bazaar"
    • Men's Booth at Episcopal Church Bazaar

    • 1950-10-10
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Signs read: "Folks! Come on Up! Save! Save! Save [sic] Men's Club Booth" and "Men's Club?! [sic]" and "Don't miss these bargains! Men's Club Booth"; Visible items include "Eveready Prestone Anti-Freeze" "Amm-i-dent" toothpowder; "New Williams...
    • Olde Day Sale

    • 1970
    • The Crossnore School
    • Verso: "Olde Day Sale, 1970'Rag Shakin''"The Sale Store began through donations of clothing for Crossnore students. Donations that were not suitable for children were sold by Dr. Mary Martin Sloop from her front porch. The Second Hand Sale was...
    • YWCA Events

    • 1970-08
    • University of North Carolina at Asheville
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    • YWCA Events

    • 1970-08
    • University of North Carolina at Asheville
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    • Old Clothes Sale

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    • The Crossnore School
    • The Sale Store began through donations of clothing for Crossnore students. Donations that were not suitable for children were sold by Dr. Mary Martin Sloop from her front porch. The Second Hand Sale was later operated for years by Aunt Pop and...
    • Women Shopping at Crossnore School Sale Store

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    • The Crossnore School
    • The Sale Store began through donations of clothing for Crossnore students. Donations that were not suitable for children were sold by Dr. Mary Martin Sloop from her front porch. The Second Hand Sale was later operated for years by Aunt Pop and...
    • Men Shopping at Crossnore School Sale Store

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    • The Crossnore School
    • Verso: "In the Salesroom, Crossnore; Uncle Gilmore Johnson (Aunt Pop, his wife, not seen)"; The Sale Store began through donations of clothing for Crossnore students. Donations that were not suitable for children were sold by Dr. Mary Martin Sloop...
    • The Sales Store

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    • The Crossnore School
    • The Sale Store began through donations of clothing for Crossnore students. Donations that were not suitable for children were sold by Dr. Mary Martin Sloop from her front porch. The Second Hand Sale was later operated for years by Aunt Pop and...

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