In 2005, William H. McLendon, Jr. gave the Museum a large collection of materials relating to the Samuel White Smith family.
The wheelchair has two large wheels in front with iron spokes and rubber tires.
In the 1998, Hugh MacRae, II donated a set of photographs of his stepfather, Colonel George W. Gillette, to the Museum.
Duffield’s Medicinal Fluid Extracts booklet measures 9 by 6 inches and was published in 1868 by Duffield.
Whitehead and Hoag were a novelty printing business, which manufactured ribbons, buttons and other items for political parties and groups.
This cape is made of dark blue wool with red piping around lapel and edges and has a red wool lining.
Cape Fear Museum has hundreds of photos of, and taken by, Arthur Bluethenthal, as well as medals, diplomas, telegrams, and other materials relating to his family, his life and military service.