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Firemen and Fire Truck, 1940 Firemen and Fire Truck, 1940

From the earliest times of permanent settlements in Forsyth County, the importance of firefighting and fire prevention has been given significant attention. Though fires have certainly occurred over time, Salem and Winston have often been at the leading edge in the ability to fight fires... <Read more>

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  • Thursday, April 14, 2016 8:14 pm
    Well that pool at wake forest always did looked scary at the end because the drain is so large and how it look I was afraid to jump the diving board. If I have to swim in that pool again lord give me strength
  • Sunday, April 10, 2016 10:44 pm
    I spoke with my grandmother and she confirmed that the man second from the right on the back row is indeed Thomas Robert (TR) Williard. After the streetcar days he drove a bus in the Winston area for many years. Thanks again for posting!
  • Sunday, April 10, 2016 12:38 am
    Jesse G.Bowen Music Co was my grandfather&#039;s store.
  • Friday, April 8, 2016 4:47 pm
    Thanks for the comments everyone. I do not intend for my comments to refer to that the Leinbach family owned my ancestors. My ancestors were of Dr. Beverly Jones&#039; and Isreal Lash&#039;s plantation. I just added my comments on this page as information. I just started my research and came across this page on Digital Images and posted my comments. Everyone&#039;s comments are correct. It is good to know that others know their history. Thanks for the comments. Janet M. Cason
  • Wednesday, April 6, 2016 5:06 pm
    I use to walk the tracks from Advance when I was a kid and go fishing and been under the waterfall many times a lot of memories here, plus my Dad Hugh Kinyoun worked at the very near Tanglewood park...

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