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Since its completion in 1956, Davis Memorial Chapel has provided a beautiful setting for solace and meditation within the facility of the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. Egbert Lawrence Davis, Sr. served as the first Chairman of the North Carolina Baptist Hospital Board of Trustees... <Read more>

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  • Thursday, October 30, 2014 3:32 pm
    Cute cabin. Looks like it has the essentials. I am trying to trace a Susanna Leinbach born 1786 and I'm thinking this is her family. She married George Tague/Teague and moved to Indiana. I'm descended from her daughter Phebe.
  • Monday, October 27, 2014 12:43 am
    Lawrence Staley owned this restaurant and hired my father Jesse Hardy as the main chef.The food was some of the best around and my father had a passion for cooking.People would come for miles around to eat his cooking, and he was even recognized in the Winston paper for it.He had a long term friendship with Larwence Staley and manager Walt Elmore. I have never seen these pictures before and brought back lots of memories.I played in this kitchen as a child and can still remember my tall daddy preparing a fancy shrimp cocktail dish.
  • Thursday, October 23, 2014 12:24 pm
    Dr. Jessie Meredith was my anatomy professor and my first year small group facilitator. He used to volunteer at the community care center and on one of the days he was going community care center, he stopped by my family's convenient store, which is located at south side of winston salem. He walked in and grabbed a soda and walked over to the counter. At the counter was my dad, and Dr. Meredith asked my dad if he was my dad. My dad said yes, and Dr. Meredith told him that he was my professor. Of course my dad being an asian dad, he refuse to take money from his son's teacher, so he push the money back to Dr. Meredith and then he pushed it back to my dad.. and this went on for few times, and Dr. Meredith left the money on the counter and went out side... and my dad in his infinite wisdom, goes out to his car and put the money back in his car... finally Dr. Meredith came in and put the money on the counter and got in his car and drove off before my dad can return the money to him.... I will never forget the talks I had with him, and sharing lunch with him at the cafeteria, and the talk we had about life of a surgeon. It was a happiest moments in my life, and I was truly privileged to have met him and known him.
  • Thursday, October 23, 2014 8:28 am
    Hello. I am trying to find information on the Swamp Girl painting. I have a framed oil (possible oiliograph?) on canvas. The painting itself is roughly 28" x 22". There is a Vinciata signature on the bottom left corner. The painting appears to be varnished and is therefore difficult to tell if there are brush strokes. This painting belonged to my late boyfriends father, who had told his son that this was a valuable painting which he had purchased in the early '60s. It was handed down to my boyfriend about 14 years ago when his father passed away. I can't seem to find out much at all about the painting. Any info about it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Candice
  • Tuesday, October 21, 2014 5:16 pm
    Hello, I am researching an old painting by Edith Saunders, who was married to Zeke Saunders of Piedmont Airlines. I have a friend who is close to Dorothy Reynolds and he forwarded a pic of the painting to her and she believes it quite possibly to be of "Blitz" Edith McCaw Dillard Reynolds. Is there someone I could forward a pic to so I may be able to get more information on the painting? Thank You, Rhonda Banner

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