History and images have been compiled from various sources including, among others, the 1987 National Register of Historic Places, Stack & Beasley's 1902 Sketches of Monroe and Union County, Union County Public Library (Patricia Poland, Genealogy & Local History Librarian), the Heritage Room Photo Collection, North Carolina Map Collection, Rootsweb - An Ancestry.com Community and Ancestry.com family histories.

1925 Aerial

1. Union County Courthouse, 2. Monroe Hotel, 3. U.S. Post Office, 4. Efird Dept. Store, 5. Monroe City Hall, 6. Monroe Journal Building, 7. Henderson Roller Mill, 8. Lutheran Church, 9. Old Redfern Home now owned by Mrs. Madge Redfern Benson, 10. Jim Fairley Home (1st brick house in Monroe), 11. R.V. Houston, 12. E.M. Griffin Stable, 13. Lee & Lee Building,14. Belk Brothers, 15. First Baptist Church, 16. Monroe Buggy Factory, 17. Central Methodist, 18. Bank of Union, 19. Henderson Motor Co., 20. Secrest Motor Co. HERITAGE ROOM PHOTO (Be sure to click to enlarge.)

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