The J.L. Pearson house, 1922
(Courtesy Duke Rare Book and Manuscript Collection, scanned by Digital Durham.)
Above, 1100 block of Fayetteville St., looking north from Umstead St., 1922.
(Courtesy Duke Rare Book and Manuscript Collection. Scanned by Digital Durham.)
The west side of the 1100 block of Fayetteville St. was another primarily residential block of Fayetteville St.
1102 was the J.L. Pearson House in 1923.
1102 Fayetteville, 1962.
(Courtesy Durham County Library / North Carolina Collection)
This portion of Fayetteville St. was demolished ~1965. It now lies in the middle of the right-of-way of 'new' Fayetteville St., as it curves to rejoin the old alignment at Umstead.
Looking north from Umstead St., 11.15.08
Looking north from Umstead St. - the old path of Fayetteville St. would pass directly through the blue sign and the red brick two-story apartment building.
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