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Jordan Street’s Namesake

Note: This article is part of a series on street namesakes in Brevard. When Transylvania County was founded in 1861, many of the earliest organizers had streets named for them

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England Street’s Namesake

When Transylvania County was founded in 1861, many of the earliest organizers had Brevard streets named for them in honor of their contributions to the community. The next founder to

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Morgan Street’s Namesake

Note: This article is part of a series on street namesakes in Brevard. When the city of Brevard was founded in 1861, many of the earliest organizers had streets named

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1940s First Baby Contests

“First Baby” contests were not unique to Transylvania County, but awarding the first baby born in the New Year was a fun way for local businesses to advertise their products

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Corporate Christmas Parties of Yesteryear

Transylvania County businesses have a long history of Christmas celebrations. By the early 1900s, the Silversteens were holding annual holiday gatherings for their employees, celebrations that brought the community together.

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Caldwell Street’s Namesake

Note: This article is part of a series on street namesakes in Brevard. When the city of Brevard was founded in 1861, many of the earliest organizers had streets named

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Probart Street’s Namesake Part 2

Note: This article is part of a series on street namesakes in Brevard. Probart Poor married his second wife Sarah Ann Wilson (1832-1909) on June 12, 1856 in Hendersonville, NC.

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Berry’s Restaurant

Berry’s Restaurant was an iconic sight in Transylvania County from 1959-1994 at the location that is presently Wendy’s. The stylish, vertical green sign greeted guests shortly after they entered the

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