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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 Marion-Atkinson Home - Marion-Atkinson House, located on SR 2230 in the Siloam community, State Record 184.  For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 248.

Marion-Atkinson Home - Marion-Atkinson House, located on SR 2230 in the Siloam community, State Record 184. For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 248.

Marion-Atkinson House, located on SR 2230 in the Siloam community, State Record 184. For more detailed information, refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 248.

Image of Reeves Store and Post Office - Reeves Store and Post Office, Siloam, North Carolina.  The brothers Richard Elwell and Micajah Coke Reeves shared a homestead overlooking the Yadkin River in Siloam.  Together they operated a large farm of over one thousand acres and under the firm name of R. E. &  M. C. Reeves, they ran a general store/post office, a mill, and a tobacco factory about a half mile north of their home. Of these three enterprises, only the store building remains.

Reeves Store and Post Office - Reeves Store and Post Office, Siloam, North Carolina. The brothers Richard Elwell and Micajah Coke Reeves shared a homestead overlooking the Yadkin River in Siloam. Together they operated a large farm of over one thousand acres and under the firm name of R. E. & M. C. Reeves, they ran a general store/post office, a mill, and a tobacco factory about a half mile north of their home. Of these three enterprises, only the store building remains.

Reeves Store and Post Office, Siloam, North Carolina. The brothers Richard Elwell and Micajah Coke Reeves shared a homestead overlooking the Yadkin River in Siloam. Together they operated a large farm of over one thousand acres and under the firm name of R. E. & M. C. Reeves, they ran a general store/post office, a mill, and a tobacco factory about a half mile north of their home. Of these three enterprises, only the store building remains.

Image of Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House - Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township.  The mantel is one of the most outstanding from the early 19th century period remaining in Surry County.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and 14, and state record 182.

Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House - Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township. The mantel is one of the most outstanding from the early 19th century period remaining in Surry County. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and 14, and state record 182.

Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township. The mantel is one of the most outstanding from the early 19th century period remaining in Surry County. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and 14, and state record 182.

Image of Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House - Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township.  This mantel is one of the most outstanding from the early 19th century period remaining in Surry County.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and 14, and state record 182.

Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House - Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township. This mantel is one of the most outstanding from the early 19th century period remaining in Surry County. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and 14, and state record 182.

Mantel, Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township. This mantel is one of the most outstanding from the early 19th century period remaining in Surry County. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and 14, and state record 182.

Image of Reeves-Hardy House - Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township.  For more information refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and State Record 182.

Reeves-Hardy House - Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township. For more information refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and State Record 182.

Reeves-Hardy House, SR 2080, Siloam Township. For more information refer to SIMPLE TREASURES page 242 and State Record 182.

Image of Samuel Josiah Atkinson House - Samuel Josiah Atkinson House, SR 2082, Siloam.  For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 247 and State Record 183.

Samuel Josiah Atkinson House - Samuel Josiah Atkinson House, SR 2082, Siloam. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 247 and State Record 183.

Samuel Josiah Atkinson House, SR 2082, Siloam. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 247 and State Record 183.

Image of Grained Door - Grained door, Reeves-Freeman House, N. Main St., Dobson.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES pages 31 and 77, and State Record 488.

Grained Door - Grained door, Reeves-Freeman House, N. Main St., Dobson. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES pages 31 and 77, and State Record 488.

Grained door, Reeves-Freeman House, N. Main St., Dobson. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES pages 31 and 77, and State Record 488.

Image of Reeves-Freeman House - Decorative feature, Reeves-Freeman House, North Main Street, Dobson.  For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 77 and State Record 488.

Reeves-Freeman House - Decorative feature, Reeves-Freeman House, North Main Street, Dobson. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 77 and State Record 488.

Decorative feature, Reeves-Freeman House, North Main Street, Dobson. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES page 77 and State Record 488.

Image of Reeves-Freeman House - Stair and marbled wall, Reeves-Freeman House, North Main Street, Dobson.  For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES pages 30 and 77, and State Record 488.

Reeves-Freeman House - Stair and marbled wall, Reeves-Freeman House, North Main Street, Dobson. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES pages 30 and 77, and State Record 488.

Stair and marbled wall, Reeves-Freeman House, North Main Street, Dobson. For more information, see SIMPLE TREASURES pages 30 and 77, and State Record 488.

Image of Reeves-Freeman House - Reeves-Freeman House, North Main Street, Dobson, built ca. 1850.  For several years it served as a law office.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 77 and State Record 488.

Reeves-Freeman House - Reeves-Freeman House, North Main Street, Dobson, built ca. 1850. For several years it served as a law office. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 77 and State Record 488.

Reeves-Freeman House, North Main Street, Dobson, built ca. 1850. For several years it served as a law office. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 77 and State Record 488.

Image of Reeves-Freeman House - Decorative painting in the front entrance, Reeves-Freeman House, Dobson.  For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 77 and State Record 488.

Reeves-Freeman House - Decorative painting in the front entrance, Reeves-Freeman House, Dobson. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 77 and State Record 488.

Decorative painting in the front entrance, Reeves-Freeman House, Dobson. For more information see SIMPLE TREASURES page 77 and State Record 488.