Can you help?You don't need to know everything, but do you know their date of birth? Or, just the year?Log in or register and you can edit this. Related buildings 502 Morehead Ave. 502 Morehead was occupied by Judge Howard Foushee, his family, and a nurse in 1910. Unlike the other houses nearby, this was a single story house, referred to as a “cottage,” which sat on a slight elevation about four feet above the sidewalk. In 1923 Wallace E. Seeman, son of Henry T. Seeman, bought the property. Seeman lived here until 1926 when E... Read More 112 South Corcoran Street (Courtesy Duke Archives) The picture above shows the Wright Corner , looking southwest from Main and Corcoran. One of the two buildings on Corcoran behind this building can be seen from this angle, 112 South Corcoran, which housed the Royall Borden Furniture Company until it moved to 313 East Chapel Hill St. during the 1920s. In the 1910s, it also... Read More Log in or register to post comments Add new comment Log in or register to post comments.