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Ruins of Old St. Philip's Church

Ruins of Old St. Philip's Church - Front

Ruins of Old St. Philip's Church - Back

Year of Publication (Approximate): 1966

Preprinted Postcard Text (Front): None

Preprinted Postcard Text (Back): Ruins of Old St. Philip's Church - Built 1754-1768 - The ruin of Brunswick Town south of Wilmington, N.C., is one of the nation's most interesting historic sites. The town, on a bluff overlooking the Cape Fear River, has been excavated and is open to tourists. St. Philip's Church was one of the earliest churches in America. Its still-standing exterior walls, 33" thick, withstood the Federal bombardment of nearby Fort Anderson.

Published By: Aerial Photography Services, Municipal Airport Branch, Charlotte, N.C.

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Postcard Acquired: January 5, 2006 from Columbia, SC

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