Friday and Saturday, October 11-12, 2013
Historic Washington Park neighborhood
They have moved. Cranford was Dean of Students at UNC School of the Arts and a minister. Othella owned the Creative Learning Center for early childhood development. This has been their home for 39 years, the place they raised two sons.
There are many vintage items – furniture, toys, books and tools. There are early childhood books, games and educational items as well as child-sized furniture, cubbies for a school and a large plexiglass mirror. Other items include: campaign buttons, a 10’ long mantle and a mantle with surround, bunk beds, a maple drafting table, lots of wooden boxes and crates, split oak baskets, china & ceramics, bookcases, yard tools, two grills, a sewing machine, yards of fabric, many craft items, a 9’ long dining room table (6 leaves) and 8 chairs, 5 rocking chairs, a wicker loveseat and a beautiful split oak courting bench.
Visit the photo gallery.