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Collection Number: P0089

Collection Title: John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, 1930-1939

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Image from the collection

P0089/0006_01: Berite County, N.C.: Elmwood: on Salmon Creek, circa 1930s; in the John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs (P0089), North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, University Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


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Size .25 feet of linear shelf space
Abstract John Cartwright Bell, Jr. was born in Windsor, N.C. around 1915. The materials in this collection consist of 18 black-and-white photographic prints and 18 copy negatives made from a photographic album created by John Cartwright Bell Jr. The photographs were made in the 1930s and show historic homes and buildings in Bertie County, N.C., Camden County, N.C., and Chowan County, N.C.
Creator Bell, John Cartwright, Jr.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Restrictions to Use
For copyright and use restrictions contact the North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs #P0089, North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Copied from original photographic album loaned for copying by the owner, Mack Bell, in May 2000 (Accession no. 30945).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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John Cartwright Bell, Jr. was born in Windsor, N.C. around 1915. He was the oldest son of John Cartwright Bell and Minnie Turner Bond of Windsor, N.C. Bell passed away in 1996.

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The collection contains 18 black-and-white photographic copy prints, and 18 accompanying copy negatives, made from a photographic album created by John Cartwright Bell, Jr. The photographs were made in the 1930s and show historic homes and buildings, primarily in Bertie County, N.C., with two images depicting historic homes in Camden County, N.C. and Chowan County, N.C.

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32 items.

Arrangement: Orignal order.

Original captions from the orignal album are presented here in quotations. Many of the photographic prints have additional description on verso.

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0001_01

Berite County, N.C.: "The Hermitage," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0001_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0002_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Old library and office: at the Hermitage Plantation," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0002_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0003_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Holley: Etheridge Pl(antation)," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0003_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0004_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Liberty Hall," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0004_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0005_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Avoca," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0005_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0006_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Elmwood: on Salmon Creek," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0006_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0007_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Round Top: home of Thomas Bond," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0007_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0008_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Home of Lewis Bond," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0008_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0009_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Dairy at the Lewis Bond's," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0009_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0010_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Home of Lewis Bond and wife Annie H. Carter," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0010_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0011_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Lewis Bond Place," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0011_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0012_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Kitchen to the old Bond Home in Indian Woods," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0012_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0013_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Part of the servants' quarters," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0013_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0014_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Woodville Plantation," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0014_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0015_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Mount Gould House," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0015_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0016_01

Berite County, N.C.: "Scotch Hall (Merry Hill)," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0016_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0017_01

Camden County, N.C.: "Fairfield: home of General Isaac Gregory," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0017_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Print Box 01

Black and White Photographic Print P0089/0018_01

Chowan County, N.C.: "Bandon on the Chowan," circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." Printbox 01, Bwpprint P0089/0018_01

Black and White Photographic Print (5x7 Copy Print)

1 image

Black and White Film Box 01

Copy negatives for prints P0089/0001-P0089/0018, circa 1930s #P0089, Series: "John Cartwright Bell Jr. Photographs, circa 1930-1939." 01

Black and White Copy Negatives (4x5)

18 images

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Processing Information

Processed by: Tracy Jackson and Patrick Cullom, July 2014

Encoded by: Tracy Jackson and Patrick Cullom, July 2014

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