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  • Subject (Images): Smokehouses
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    • Edgewood Smokehouse, Front

    • 1980
    • Rockingham Community College
    • Smokehouse at Edgewood, home of the Watt and Richardson families. The smokehouse has been moved to the Wright Tavern in Wentworth, NC. Located SR 2552 Narrow Gauge Rd., Ruffin Township.
    • Smokehouse at the Conners Place, Front

    • 1981
    • Rockingham Community College
    • Structure date circa 1830. Original portion of house built by William Conners c.1830. Remodeled in the 1850's by Dr. Edwin M. Powell. Another addition was built c.1920. Also associated with John f. Watlington family. Demolished in 2007. Located...
    • Flem Galloway House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the W side SR 1388 (Old Rosman Hwy), .2 mi S of jct w SR 1129 (Lyons Mountain Rd) in the Rosman/Calvert community. On the National Register of historic places.
    • Bryson Farm

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the W side SR 1154 (Rainey Knob Rd) , .2 mi S of jct w SR 1152 (Upper Whitewater Rd) in the Reid community.
    • E. Gaston Whitmire House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the W side SR 1389 (Good Neighbor Ln), .4 mi S of jct w SR 1331 (Morgan Mill Rd) in the Rosman/Cherryfield area
    • Fitzgerald Patton House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the N side US Hwy 276; .1 mi W of jct wi US Hwy 64; end of lane in the Brevard area of the Pisgah Forest
    • Lance-Raines Cabin

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the N side SR 1108 (Girl Scout Camp Rd), .3 mi W of jct w SR 1103 (Walnut Hollow) in the Rosman/East Fork area; Now part of Pisgah Girl Scout Council camp
    • Rufus & Elvira McCall House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located in the W side SR 1327 ( Shoal Creek Rd), 1.3 mi N of jct w NC Hwy 215 in the Rosman/Balsam Grove area
    • Terrell Middleton Farm

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the N side SR 1504 (Old Hendersonville Hwy); .3 mi W of jct w SR 1507 (Enon Rd) in the Enon area of the Pisgah Forest
    • Dave & Dusty Holliday House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the W side SR 1500 (Holliday Rd) ; .8 mi N of jct w SR 1501 (Blantyre Church Rd) in the Pisgah Forest in the Boyleston community.
    • Merrill House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the N side SR 1530 (Spencer Mull Rd); 1 mi E of jct w SR 1528 (Crab Creek Rd) in the Brevard/Little River area
    • Robert Butler Waldrop House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the N side SR 1109 (Hannah Ford Rd), .2 mi E of jct w SR 1127 (Green Rd) in the Rosman/Cherryfield area
    • Herman & Lula Kitchen House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the S side SR 1324 (Tanasee Gap Rd), 1 mi W of jct w SR 1325 (Pressley Fields) in the Lake Toxaway/Balsam Grove area
    • Richard & Callie McCall Farm

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the W side SR 1327 ( Shoal Creek Rd), 1.2 mi N of NC Hwy 215 in the Rosam/Balsam Grove area
    • Carlos & Ida Lyday House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the N side SR 1504 (Old Hendersonville Hwy); .4 mi N of jct w SR 1528 (Crab Creek Rd) in the Penrose area of the Pisgah Forest
    • Eastview Dairy

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Was located at 280 Osborne Rd in Brevard; since demolished
    • Columbus Whitmire House

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • Located on the N side SR 1128 (Whitmire Rd), .2 mi E of jct w SR 1195 (Calvert Rd) at end of pvt rd in the Rosman/Cherryfield area; Inventory List - under "C" as Columbus Whitmire; Library file is Whitmire under "W" in the Rosman/Cherryfield area
    • Smokehouse at Polly Scott Inn, Front

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    • Rockingham Community College
    • The Polly Scott Inn, or Tavern, also known as the Jarrett house. It was occupied for many years by the Jarrett family, John F. Jarrett and his wife Mary Mobley Jarrett, and their two children Willie and Annie Jarrett. In 1781, officers from General...

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