Faison 1930’s

1930's

Main Street in Faison - 1930's

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Main Street Faison & The Faison Produce Market Observe that Main Street is dirt


Isham Faison Store

Isham Faison Store. built in 1901 by Frank Faison.


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Fannie S. Faison

Some of you, especially those who attended the Faison Methodist Church in the 1950's, will recall Mrs. Fannie Faison, often referred to as "Cousin Fannie" in her later years. The above picture is a press photo from March 20, 1930, that included the following announcement: "Mrs. Fannie S. Faison, of Faison. N.C., social and political leader, has been nominated by President Hoover for the Officer of Collector of the Port of Wilmington, N.C. She will be the first woman to hold a major Federal office in North Carolina".


 

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1935_09_19_Duplin_Times_crop Duplin Times September 19 1935

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1930s Cates Pickle Truck and drivers

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JB_Stroud J. B. Stroud


Ethel_Owens_1936 Ethel Owens [became McPhail] -  (Faison School 10th grade)


UNK_1936 Faison School 1936 Unknown person (speculation is Mac Martin [Casteen]??)

Faison School 1938 - see list of names

Miss Beulah Martin's Second Grade Class - 1938

Faison School 2nd grade class list of names

edna wedding500 Edna McCullen's wedding to Francis McColman L-R Gwendolyn Clifton, _________, (1st Cousin, Serena Oates), Deams Clifton, Francis, Bill Clifton,  Edna, Cecil McCullen, Mac Casteen, Velma McCullen, __________, Sarah McColman, Charlie Cates, Shaw Hines, and flower girl Mary Jean Crouch