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  • Allen at Fenway Park in the 1950's

    Sitting in the stands at Fenway Park with the "Green Monster" (Left-field wall long before it was called "Green Monster) in the background. That is Ted Williams playing left field. (Photo by Edwin Forrest was scanned from a Kodachrome 35mm slide.)

  • Allen wearing Red Sox World Series Championship Ring

    Allen poses with Boston Red Sox 2004 World Series Championship ring. That ring was awarded to Allen's brother-in-laws' nephew, Donald, who was an employee of the Red Sox.

  • Allen wearing Red Sox World Series Championship Ring

    Allen poses with Boston Red Sox 2004 World Series Championship ring. That ring was awarded to Allen's brother-in-laws' nephew, Donald, who was an employee of the Red Sox.

  • Allen at Fenway Park in the 1950's

    Sitting in the stands at Fenway Park with the "Green Monster" (Left-field wall long before it was called "Green Monster) in the background. That is Ted Williams playing left field. (Photo by Edwin Forrest was scanned from a Kodachrome 35mm slide.)

  • Selma Union Depot

    The current station was built as a replacement for the original 1897 wood frame structure in 1924 , in Selma, North Carolina.

  • Selma Union Depot

    The current station was built as a replacement for the original 1897 wood frame structure in 1924 , in Selma, North Carolina.

  • Selma Union Depot

    The current station was built as a replacement for the original 1897 wood frame structure in 1924 , in Selma, North Carolina.

  • Atkinson’s Old Grist Mill

    Built in 1757, Atkinson’s Milling Company is the only water powered grist mill operating in a four county area. near Selma, North Carolina. The cornmeal is stone ground and is noted for its quality. Products include: hush puppy mix, biscuit mix, funnel cake mix, seafood breader, and chicken breader and more.

  • Mitchener Station

    Mitchener Station was built in 1855 out of long leaf pine lumber in , Selma, North Carolina

  • Mitchener Station

    Mitchener Station was built in 1855 out of long leaf pine lumber in , Selma, North Carolina

  • Atkinson’s Old Grist Mill

    Built in 1757, Atkinson’s Milling Company is the only water powered grist mill operating in a four county area. near Selma, North Carolina. The cornmeal is stone ground and is noted for its quality. Products include: hush puppy mix, biscuit mix, funnel cake mix, seafood breader, and chicken breader and more.

  • Mitchener Station

    Mitchener Station was built in 1855 out of long leaf pine lumber in , Selma, North Carolina

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Atkinson’s Old Grist Mill

    Built in 1757, Atkinson’s Milling Company is the only water powered grist mill operating in a four county area. near Selma, North Carolina. The cornmeal is stone ground and is noted for its quality. Products include: hush puppy mix, biscuit mix, funnel cake mix, seafood breader, and chicken breader and more.

  • Selma Water Tower

    Selma, North Carolina.

  • Hawkins Hartness House

    Hawkins Hartness House, Now Office of The Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina. It was built about 1880, and is a 2 1/2-story, Eastlake-style brick dwelling with a four-story tower and numerous two-story projections. It features a one-story hip-roof Eastlake Movement style front porch

  • Atkinson’s Old Grist Mill

    Built in 1757, Atkinson’s Milling Company is the only water powered grist mill operating in a four county area. near Selma, North Carolina. The cornmeal is stone ground and is noted for its quality. Products include: hush puppy mix, biscuit mix, funnel cake mix, seafood breader, and chicken breader and more.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Mitchener Station

    Mitchener Station was built in 1855 out of long leaf pine lumber in , Selma, North Carolina

  • Atkinson’s Old Grist Mill

    Built in 1757, Atkinson’s Milling Company is the only water powered grist mill operating in a four county area. near Selma, North Carolina. The cornmeal is stone ground and is noted for its quality. Products include: hush puppy mix, biscuit mix, funnel cake mix, seafood breader, and chicken breader and more.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Selma Water Tower

    Selma, North Carolina.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Downtown Selma, North Carolina

  • Hawkins Hartness House

    Hawkins Hartness House, Now Office of The Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina. It was built about 1880, and is a 2 1/2-story, Eastlake-style brick dwelling with a four-story tower and numerous two-story projections. It features a one-story hip-roof Eastlake Movement style front porch

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Hawkins Hartness House

    Hawkins Hartness House, Now Office of The Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina. It was built about 1880, and is a 2 1/2-story, Eastlake-style brick dwelling with a four-story tower and numerous two-story projections. It features a one-story hip-roof Eastlake Movement style front porch

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Heck-Andrews House

    Among the first grand residences built in Raleigh after the Civil War, the Heck-Andrews House set the tone for the subsequent development of North Blount Street as an enclave of the well-to-do. Industrialist Jonathan McGee Heck had the towering Second Empire house constructed for his wife Mattie in 1869 on what was then the edge of town.

  • Atkinson’s Old Grist Mill

    Built in 1757, Atkinson’s Milling Company is the only water powered grist mill operating in a four county area. near Selma, North Carolina. The cornmeal is stone ground and is noted for its quality. Products include: hush puppy mix, biscuit mix, funnel cake mix, seafood breader, and chicken breader and more.

  • Atkinson’s Old Grist Mill

    Built in 1757, Atkinson’s Milling Company is the only water powered grist mill operating in a four county area. near Selma, North Carolina. The cornmeal is stone ground and is noted for its quality. Products include: hush puppy mix, biscuit mix, funnel cake mix, seafood breader, and chicken breader and more.

  • Atkinson’s Old Grist Mill

    Built in 1757, Atkinson’s Milling Company is the only water powered grist mill operating in a four county area. near Selma, North Carolina. The cornmeal is stone ground and is noted for its quality. Products include: hush puppy mix, biscuit mix, funnel cake mix, seafood breader, and chicken breader and more.

  • Atkinson’s Old Grist Mill

    Built in 1757, Atkinson’s Milling Company is the only water powered grist mill operating in a four county area. near Selma, North Carolina. The cornmeal is stone ground and is noted for its quality. Products include: hush puppy mix, biscuit mix, funnel cake mix, seafood breader, and chicken breader and more.

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