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: It is my understanding that the Cameron House was across Hillsborough in front of St Mary’s. Not...
Anna Ball Hodge
: Also wondering why the Cameron House was demolished, where was it?
Anna Ball Hodge
: I am teaching an art class at the Cardinal during that time. HATE to miss it. Hope it will be...
: Hey guys I am so dying to hear more! I am writing a book about RDU and want to make the book as personal...
: While conducting research on my family tree, I found that a distant uncle was educated at Leonard and...
: i think that big mirrored clock tower got drizzled with pigeon poop.
: yeah…FSM was a bit angular. but theos plant boxes made excellent outdoor lunch time seats. i used FSM...
Janice Freeman Poole
: I was born @ St. Agnes Hospital on June 12, 1958. Glad to be part of the History of such a...
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