Exhibits

The History Center uses exhibits, both on-site and on-line, to showcase some of our vast collections of documents and photographs.

American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit

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Southern Pine Lumber Company Commissary

Interior scene of the Southern Pine Lumber Company commissary, or company store, in 1903. Stocking almost everything carried by a modern "superstore" as well as such items as fiddle strings, horse collars, coffins and caskets, it was a complete shopping center and mall under one roof. It also contained doctors' offices, a drug store, and the post office.

  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit
  • American Lumberman Photograph Exhibit