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Vol. 1
No. 4
March 5, 1973
STUDENTS USED TO SKINNY DIP IN PUREFOY'S MILL POND.
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THE OLD WELL BEFORE GROWTH
BECAME A UNIVERSITY FIXATION.
OLD ROBERSONS MOTEL STOOD UST ACROSS THE STREET FROM WHERE THE POST OFFICE
STANDS TODAY. THE LIVERY STABLE
WAS CLOSE BY
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THE MANDOLIN CLUB WAS POPULAR IN THE 1880s.
BEFORE ROADS WERE PAVED, THE TRAIN WAS PRACTICALL
THE ONLY WAY TO GET INTO OR LEAVE CHAPEL HILL.
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THE CAMPUS IN 1892 WAS CENTERED AROUND POLK PLACE. STUDENTS LIVED THERE, STUDIED THERE AND ATE THERE.
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