1003 FAYETTEVILLE STREET

1003 FAYETTEVILLE STREET

1003
,
Durham
NC
Cross street: 
built in
1890-1920
/ demolished in
1965
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Between Banks Place and Fowler Ave. was another residential block of Fayetteville St., occupied by 909, 911, and 1003 Fayetteville.


1003 Fayetteville, 1962
(Courtesy Durham County Library / North Carolina Collection)

These houses were torn down by 1965, and replaced with part of "Tin City" - the relocation buildings built for displaced Hayti Businesses. This building, modified, still exists, and houses The Carolina Times, which actually does still publish.


Looking southeast, 10.05.08

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