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N_94_12_68 A_ B_ Andrews and wife Helen in ‘flying machine

A. B. Andrews, Jr. and his wife, Helen, posing in a novelty photo set at Atlantic Beach. c. 1920. 
Photograph courtesy of The State Archives of North Carolina.
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