100 - Lots - 100 At Auction, Saturday Aug., 15 at 4 P.M. Pleasant View, Section 2 Fayetteville's Newest Subdivision for Colored People... [caption title and first line of text]. African-Americana, Real Estate.

100 - Lots - 100 At Auction, Saturday Aug., 15 at 4 P.M. Pleasant View, Section 2 Fayetteville's Newest Subdivision for Colored People... [caption title and first line of text]

[Chapel Hill: ca. 1945]. Broadside, 12 x 9 inches. Small portion of lower right corner torn away. Minor dampstaining at upper right edge. Even tanning. About very good. Item #1226

Broadside advertisement for a segregated real estate auction in Fayetteville, North Carolina. "Located at the End of Robinson [i.e., Robeson] Street Near Old Silk Mill. Here is some of the best Property in or near Fayetteville that will be sold at the Price you want to Pay for it. We have arranged Terms which are the Easiest Ever heard of... Tell Your Friends to Be Sure and Meet You At the Sale!!" The "Old Silk Mill" is the Ashley & Bailey Company silk mill, which formerly stood on Robeson Street south of downtown Fayetteville. Undated, but almost certainly from the second half of the 1940s, according to other contemporary advertisements by the listed auction company and auctioneer.

Price: $375.00