Photographs (black and white): 1. Stanley School 2. Front view of the Thomas Rhyne Home 3. Mantel piece in the Thomas Rhyne Home 4. Cupboard by Peter Eddleman 5. Piano in the home of Mr. Dick Rhyne 6. Grandfather clock made in Gutenburg, Germany, in the Thomas Rhyne Home 7. James Alexander, born 12/23/1756, died 6/28/1844, married Rhoda Cunningham of York, South Carolina 3/19/1782. 8. Rhoda Cunningham born 10/15/1763, died 1/29/1848 at Swannanoa, both are buried in Piney Grove Cemetery. 9. Spinning wheel found in home of Mr. Author Stroupe. 10. Table made of walnut, top part rotates, in possession of Mr. Author Stroupe. 11. Bible, in home of Mr. Author Stroupe, estimated to be 150 years old. 12. This bell, another possession of Mr. Stroupe was once used to call the slaves to dinner. It’s over 100 years of age. 13. Corner cupboard from Old Carpenter place in possession of Mrs. Fred Rhyne of Stanley. 14. Walnut chest of drawers. Sewing kit and letter holder in top. Two chairs of Popular. 15. Walnut in-laid drop-leaf table in home of Miss Beulah Rhyne. 16. Sideboard in home of Miss Beulah Rhyne was originally from the old Forney place. Around 100 years old. 17. Old memento of the past found in home of Miss Beulah Rhyne. Made of walnut and is triple-inlaid. (chest of drawers with mirror) (photo #1) 18. Old memento of the past found in home of Miss Beulah Rhyne. Made of walnut and is triple-inlaid. (chest of drawers with mirror) (photo #2) 19. Walnut drop-leaf table from Thomas Rhyne home. 20. Cut glass sugar bowl trimmed in silver. 21. This house stands on the site of the original Stroupe home. 22. Old relics both have marble tops and are made of solid walnut. (photo #1) 23. Old relics both have marble tops and are made of solid walnut. (photo #2) 24. Sideboard found in home of Mrs. Fred Rhyne. It was obtained from the Thomas Rhyne home. Age ranges from 150 to 175. 25. Mantel contains pieces around 150 years old. Small brass oil lamp, small bible. 26. Many of china pieces in cabinet are over 100 years old. 27. Large sewing basket made of broom straw held together by oak splints. Small shaving mug made of pewter. 28. Marble top table contains two milk white glass pieces, two salt shakers, two salt cellars.