Institutions: 1922.

From the 1922 Sanborn map of Wilson, North Carolina:

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First Baptist Church (Colored), corner of Pender and Nash Streets.

Built 1910; now Jackson Chapel First Baptist Church, same location.

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Saint John’s African Methodist Episcopal Church, 119 Pender Street.

Built 1917; Saint John remains at this location.

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Tabernacle Missionary Church, Hadley Street.

Now site of Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church.

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Pender Street Baptist Church, corner of Pender and Academy Streets.

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Private School (Colored), 604 Vance Street.

Opened 1919; founded by community leaders and parents after boycott of Colored Graded School. Demolished.

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Primitive Baptist Church (Colored), East Green Street.

Pilgrim Rest Primitive Baptist Church, now non-denominational church.

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Freewill Baptist Church (Colored), East Vance Street.

Original location of Piney Grove Free Will Baptist Church. Demolished.

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Colored Baptist Church, East Barnes Street.

Formerly Jackson Chapel Baptist Church, now Wilson Chapel Missionary Baptist Church.

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Wilson Hospital (Colored), 504 East Green Street.

Hospital closed in 1964. Building rehabbed as offices of Wilson Community Improvement Association.

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Calvary Presbyterian Church (Colored), 512 East Green Street.

Church now fronts Pender Street, and this space is occupied by an extension and a parking lot.

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Old 1st Baptist Church, Church Street.

Demolished.

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Colored Church, East Suggs Street.

Demolished.

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Colored Graded School, South Stantonsburg Street.

Demolished.

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Free Will Baptist Church, Lane Street (near Woodard Street).

 

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