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The Clyde C. "Baby Ray" Cornwell Photo Collection
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Clyde C. “Baby Ray” Cornwell
This is one of two photographs of Cornwell.  This moment, captured by an identified photographer, show a dapper and rotund Cornwell.

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Mrs. Estelle Ross and the Library Bookmobile, 1948
Librarian Estelle C. Ross stands beside the first county-owned bookmobile for this photograph captured by her brother, Baby Ray Cornwell.

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Ladies of the UDC
In January 1949 a group of Lincolnton’s distinguished ladies associated with the Southern Stars Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy gathered to pose for this image.

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Lincolnton’s Hospital 
Nestled in the historic and quaint neighborhood along South Aspen Street in Lincolnton, Crowell Hospital stands as a local landmark.

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A New Beginning
In April 1952 the Newbold High School Class of 1952 became the last graduating class of Oaklawn High School and the first graduating class of Newbold High School.

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Lincolnton City Hall, ca. 1950s

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