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Current location of Wicked Weed Brewery. From the E W Ball Photographic Collection at UNCA Library Special Collections.

"Sears Roebuck and Co., 40 Coxe Ave. Photo shows Christmas display of merchandise in windows. 1948."  Shared by Mary Summey on " You know you grew up in Asheville, North Carolina if. . . " Facebook page.

"Sears Roebuck and Co., 40 Coxe Ave. Photo shows Christmas display of merchandise in windows. 1948." Shared by Mary Summey on " You know you grew up in Asheville, North Carolina if. . . " Facebook page.

Southwest corner of Biltmore Ave. and Patton Ave.  Shared by Eddie Smith on "Asheville, the way it WAS" Facebook page.

Southwest corner of Biltmore Ave. and Patton Ave. Shared by Eddie Smith on…

Biltmore Estate, Asheville, NC

Located in Asheville, NC, Biltmore shares timeless experiences and products inspired by its legacy of hospitality.

"Two slightly different scenes of the Pure station at Westgate Shopping Center. Remember the Putt-Putt course behind the station?"  Shared by Wayne Henderson on "You know you grew up in Asheville, North Carolina if. . ." Facebook page.

"Two slightly different scenes of the Pure station at Westgate Shopping Center. Remember the Putt-Putt course behind the station?" Shared by Wayne Henderson on "You know you grew up in Asheville, North Carolina if. . ." Facebook page.

Asheville NC- Pearlman’s Furniture Store at 56 Haywood Street as it appeared in the 1950’s. Bon Marche Store for Homes at 48-52 Haywood Street is seen to the left.

“Missing History: The Family Store.” An Incredible Look at Impact of Jewish Merchants on Downtown Asheville.

Asheville NC- Pearlman’s Furniture Store at 56 Haywood Street as it appeared in the Bon Marche Store for Homes at Haywood Street is seen to the left.

The Langren Hotel. Judging by the vehicles, this is probably late 19-teens, early 1920s? Shared by Billy Hagan on "Asheville, the way it WAS" Facebook page.

The Langren Hotel. Judging by the vehicles, this is probably late 19-teens, early 1920s? Shared by Billy Hagan on "Asheville, the way it WAS" Facebook page.

Bon Marche will only be remembered by a few.

Bon Marche will only be remembered by a few.

On July 14, 1916, the worst flood in western North Carolina’s history occurred after six days of torrential rain. In one 24-hour period the region saw more than half of a normal year’s total rainfa...

On July the worst flood in western North Carolina’s history occurred after six days of torrential rain. In one period the region saw more than half of a normal year’s total rainfa.

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