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Facts about Thomasville,NC: My Hometown

Everybody's Day is a unique celebration begun in Thomasville in October, 1908 when W.O. Burgin was Mayor. The Centennial Celebration was culminated in Everybodys Day celebration on September 20, 1952. It is the oldest public celebration in North Carolina.

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In June 1912 there were by actual count 27 automobiles in Thomasville and vicinity.

Symbolic of the spirit of accomplishment is the new Chair of Thomasville erected in 1950 on the town commons. Steel and concrete are the materials used in this 18-foot chair on a 22-foot limestone base which replaces the first Big Chair of wood built in 1922.

A favorite with all the kids in town...its been there since I was a kid, The infamous Lions Club Lion Statue!

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Latitude

35░53'N

Longitude

80░04'W

Thomasville celebrated its 154th birthday in 2006!

Big Daddy Fest 2006

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The oldest remaining railroad depot in North Carolina is in downtown Thomasville. Built in 1870, the restored structure is on the National Register of Historic Places. It currently houses the Thomasville Visitors' Center.

Thomasville's city cemetery is believed to be the only cemetery with Confederate and Federal soldiers buried in a common grave.

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