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Image of Pickshin Park - Pickshin Park.  Picture of three men working on a construction project at Pickshin Park in 1976.

Pickshin Park - Pickshin Park. Picture of three men working on a construction project at Pickshin Park in 1976.

Pickshin Park. Picture of three men working on a construction project at Pickshin Park in 1976.

Image of Pickshin Park - Pickshin Park.  Picture of five men at work on construction at Pickshin Park.

Pickshin Park - Pickshin Park. Picture of five men at work on construction at Pickshin Park.

Pickshin Park. Picture of five men at work on construction at Pickshin Park.

Image of Aunt Lucy's House - Residence of Aunt Lucy.  Information on this picture identifies it as part of the Statesville Railway Surveys.  It shows the small wooden frame residence of Aunt Lucy of Dobson, Surry County, N.C. in October 1907.  The building has a wood shingle roof, various household items on the front porch, and Aunt Lucy is standing in the doorway.

Aunt Lucy's House - Residence of Aunt Lucy. Information on this picture identifies it as part of the Statesville Railway Surveys. It shows the small wooden frame residence of Aunt Lucy of Dobson, Surry County, N.C. in October 1907. The building has a wood shingle roof, various household items on the front porch, and Aunt Lucy is standing in the doorway.

Residence of Aunt Lucy. Information on this picture identifies it as part of the Statesville Railway Surveys. It shows the small wooden frame residence of Aunt Lucy of Dobson, Surry County, N.C. in October 1907. The building has a wood shingle roof, various household items on the front porch, and Aunt Lucy is standing in the doorway.

Image of Freeman House - Alex Freeman House, located at 321 S. Main St., Dobson.  According to information in SIMPLE TREASURES, the house was begun prior to the Civil War but not completed until the post-war years.  As of 1987, it was still owned by the Freeman family.  State Record 487.

Freeman House - Alex Freeman House, located at 321 S. Main St., Dobson. According to information in SIMPLE TREASURES, the house was begun prior to the Civil War but not completed until the post-war years. As of 1987, it was still owned by the Freeman family. State Record 487.

Alex Freeman House, located at 321 S. Main St., Dobson. According to information in SIMPLE TREASURES, the house was begun prior to the Civil War but not completed until the post-war years. As of 1987, it was still owned by the Freeman family. State Record 487.

Image of Freeman House - Alexander Hamilton Freeman house, 321 S. Main St., Dobson.  According to information in SIMPLE TREASURES, this house was begun prior to the Civil War but not completed until the post-war years.  As of 1987 it was still owned by the Freeman family.  State Record 487.

Freeman House - Alexander Hamilton Freeman house, 321 S. Main St., Dobson. According to information in SIMPLE TREASURES, this house was begun prior to the Civil War but not completed until the post-war years. As of 1987 it was still owned by the Freeman family. State Record 487.

Alexander Hamilton Freeman house, 321 S. Main St., Dobson. According to information in SIMPLE TREASURES, this house was begun prior to the Civil War but not completed until the post-war years. As of 1987 it was still owned by the Freeman family. State Record 487.

Image of Reeves-Freeman House - Reeves-Freeman House, N. Main St., Dobson.  A sign in the front yard reads "Joseph W. Freeman, Jr. ATTORNEY."  According to information in SIMPLE TREASURES, the house is believed to have been built around 1850. State Record 488.

Reeves-Freeman House - Reeves-Freeman House, N. Main St., Dobson. A sign in the front yard reads "Joseph W. Freeman, Jr. ATTORNEY." According to information in SIMPLE TREASURES, the house is believed to have been built around 1850. State Record 488.

Reeves-Freeman House, N. Main St., Dobson. A sign in the front yard reads "Joseph W. Freeman, Jr. ATTORNEY." According to information in SIMPLE TREASURES, the house is believed to have been built around 1850. State Record 488.

Image of Pickshin Park - Pickshin Park.  Picture of men and boys at work on the construction of a new cabin at Pickshin Park.

Pickshin Park - Pickshin Park. Picture of men and boys at work on the construction of a new cabin at Pickshin Park.

Pickshin Park. Picture of men and boys at work on the construction of a new cabin at Pickshin Park.

Image of Pickshin Park - Pickshin Park, log cabin.  Note on the back of the picture reads, "The old cave cabin at Pickshin Park was moved from Cave's Mill Road.  It was built in 1874."

Pickshin Park - Pickshin Park, log cabin. Note on the back of the picture reads, "The old cave cabin at Pickshin Park was moved from Cave's Mill Road. It was built in 1874."

Pickshin Park, log cabin. Note on the back of the picture reads, "The old cave cabin at Pickshin Park was moved from Cave's Mill Road. It was built in 1874."

Image of Court House - Old Court House in Dobson.  Notation on the front says, "Dobson's $100,000 Court House."  On the back are written the names "Mrs. Carter" and "Minick."  In the bottom left-hand corner, the number 1 is circled.

Court House - Old Court House in Dobson. Notation on the front says, "Dobson's $100,000 Court House." On the back are written the names "Mrs. Carter" and "Minick." In the bottom left-hand corner, the number 1 is circled.

Old Court House in Dobson. Notation on the front says, "Dobson's $100,000 Court House." On the back are written the names "Mrs. Carter" and "Minick." In the bottom left-hand corner, the number 1 is circled.

Image of Old Dobson Jail - Demolition of Old Dobson Jail, showing wrecking crane at work.

Old Dobson Jail - Demolition of Old Dobson Jail, showing wrecking crane at work.

Demolition of Old Dobson Jail, showing wrecking crane at work.

Image of Old Dobson Jail - Old Dobson Jail, side view.  Building now demolished.

Old Dobson Jail - Old Dobson Jail, side view. Building now demolished.

Old Dobson Jail, side view. Building now demolished.

Image of (Former) Pisgah School - (Former) Pisgah School, SR 1338, Cross Roads vicinity, Dobson Township, an early 20th century Black school. Later converted to a store.  For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 69 and State Record 516.

(Former) Pisgah School - (Former) Pisgah School, SR 1338, Cross Roads vicinity, Dobson Township, an early 20th century Black school. Later converted to a store. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 69 and State Record 516.

(Former) Pisgah School, SR 1338, Cross Roads vicinity, Dobson Township, an early 20th century Black school. Later converted to a store. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 69 and State Record 516.

Image of Pisgah School - (Former) Pisgah School, SR 1338, Cross Roads, Dobson Township, early 20th century Black school, later used as a store.  For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 69 and State Record 516.

Pisgah School - (Former) Pisgah School, SR 1338, Cross Roads, Dobson Township, early 20th century Black school, later used as a store. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 69 and State Record 516.

(Former) Pisgah School, SR 1338, Cross Roads, Dobson Township, early 20th century Black school, later used as a store. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 69 and State Record 516.

Image of Old Dobson Jail - Old Dobson Jail, front view.  Building now demolished.

Old Dobson Jail - Old Dobson Jail, front view. Building now demolished.

Old Dobson Jail, front view. Building now demolished.

Image of Old Dobson Jail - Old Dobson Jail, with police car in front.  Building now demolished.

Old Dobson Jail - Old Dobson Jail, with police car in front. Building now demolished.

Old Dobson Jail, with police car in front. Building now demolished.

Image of Tom Folger House - Tom Folger House, North side Kapp Street, Dobson, built late 19th century.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 76 and State Record 496.

Tom Folger House - Tom Folger House, North side Kapp Street, Dobson, built late 19th century. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 76 and State Record 496.

Tom Folger House, North side Kapp Street, Dobson, built late 19th century. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 76 and State Record 496.

Image of L. Johnson Store - L. Johnson Store, SR 2218, Dobson vicinity, photo which includes outbuildings in rear.  Store was operated in early 20th century, and also served for several years as the Bridge, NC post office.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 73 and State Record 485.

L. Johnson Store - L. Johnson Store, SR 2218, Dobson vicinity, photo which includes outbuildings in rear. Store was operated in early 20th century, and also served for several years as the Bridge, NC post office. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 73 and State Record 485.

L. Johnson Store, SR 2218, Dobson vicinity, photo which includes outbuildings in rear. Store was operated in early 20th century, and also served for several years as the Bridge, NC post office. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 73 and State Record 485.