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 Ww Fuller House The northwest corner of the intersection of E. Main and Dillard streets transitioned from residential to a bus station to a vacant lot. Here is the corner as of 8/7/06, looking west from Dillard. I'll repeat the satellite view here: And a view of this corner around 1900. Looking west-northwest at the northwest corner of E. Main and Dillard Sts. The... Read More Toms And Hicks Warehouses The Toms and Hicks warehouses of Liggett and Myers were built in 1903 and 1900 respectively. Like other tobacco manufacturing company warehouses, such as Liggett's Walker Warehouse or Watts and Yuille Warehouses, the Toms and Hicks Warehouses were primarily used for the storage and drying of tobacco. The "chimneys" common to all of these warehouses... Read More Cobb-Toms House / Morehead Manor The property at the northwest corner of Morehead Avenue and Vickers was originally occupied by Mrs. WH Berry, who, when James Cobb bought her property in the mid 1910s, moved her house to 713 Parker St. Cobb worked for as an executive for Liggett and Myers; like Stagg and George Watts Hill, he built his new home in Morehead Hills reasonable proximity to the Liggett (formerly Duke) factory. Looking north from across Morehead Ave., 1944 Read More Log in or register to post comments Add new comment Log in or register to post comments.