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  • Subject (Images): Taverns (inns)
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    • Colonial Inn

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    • Transylvania County Library
    • East Main Street. Formerly Breese home built in 1902.
    • Wright Tavern

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    • Rockingham Community College
    • Side view of the Wright Tavern in Wentworth, NC. Constructed in 1816 by William Wright and operated by descendants of the Wright family until the mid-1920's. The establishment provided meals and lodging to visitors to the Rockingham Co....
    • Polly Scott Inn

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    • Rockingham Community College
    • Polly Scott Inn, or Tavern as it appeared in the early 1970's. Porch steps were old mill stones. Known also as the Jarrett House and occupied for many years by the Jarrett family, John F. Jarrett and his wife Mary Mobley Jarrett and their two...
    • Wright Tavern

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    • Rockingham Community College
    • Wright Tavern, Wentworth, NC. Constructed in 1816 by William Wright and operated by descendants of the Wright family until the mid-1920's. The establishment provided meals and lodging to visitors to the Rockingham Co. courthouse across the...
    • 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
    • Polly Scott Inn, Side

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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...
    • Wright Tavern, Detail

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    • Rockingham Community College
    • Structure date 1816. Wright Tavern is a rare example of a dog-run style building. Operated by the Wright and Reid families until it was sold to the Rockingham County Historical Society in 1967. Located Hwy 65, Wentworth Township.

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