February 22, 2013
Kim Wade stands next to what was once a dentist office, a gas station and a fruit and vegetable stand at various periods. H.C.F. Williams owned and operated the fruit and vegetable stand, where Wade remembers her mother going to get produce. Members of the community are leading an effort to restore the building and turn it into a museum that will display the history of West Southern Pines.
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Kim Wade recently released "Doing Business," a documentary celebrating the legacy of West Southern Pines. Listen to her discuss the project.
A haunting sight - these grainy, blurred sepia photographs. Yet Kim Wade chose them to open her 70-minute video oral history of West Southern Pines because the people were its first residents.