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Unidentified Church & School House, Waterloo

This enigmatic building, the only remaining symbol of Waterloo’s past, has been identified as a church, a school and a Masonic Lodge. I’ve yet to locate anything else on its history, but have been in contact with people who have known of its use for all three purposes. 21 more words

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Tenant Farmhouses, Jordan

It was nice to find a pair of twin tenant farmhouses, though in their varying states of disrepair it’s hard to tell they were once nearly identical. 36 more words

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Tarboro Mercantile

As isolated as Tarboro seems today, it’s well known to people of the area. Though this store is closed, there is still one in operation in the community.

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C. C. Jarrell Grocery, Goldsboro

This is what remains of the historic settlement of Goldsboro. It’s one of the best-looking country stores around and is luckily protected from vandals by the presence of a house next door. 53 more words

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