Sunday, June 17, 2012
In 1960, the community's name changed again to Williamsburg. This was in honor of the nearby Williamsburg School, which when it opened in 1840 was the first public school in North Carolina.
The 1920s saw numerous new buildings pop up in Asheville, as the city grew into an urban center. Buildings like the S & W Cafeteria ...
Downtown Asheville is home to many beautiful and historic buildings. The S & W Building at the intersection of Patton Avenue and Hayw...
Williams Crossroads , originally uploaded by Adam's Journey . Williams Crossroads is located at the intersection of Ten Ten and Old Sta...