107 North Church Street
Right around the corner from Parrish Street, this building was a gathering place for several generations with The White Elephant Club, Church Street Hotel and the Lucky Strike Billiard Parlor.
114-116 West Parrish Street
1 of only 3 National Historic Landmarks in Durham, this is the most widely photographed symbol of Black Wall Street - the old headquarters of NC Mutual Life Insurance Company.
104 West Parrish Street
William P. Clements, a white businessman, built this signature structure that housed the public relations and district office for NC Mutual Life Insurance Company.
111 Orange Street
Roger’s Drug Store, at the corner of Mangum and Parrish streets.
108-112 West Parrish Street
once the site of the Bull City Drug Store Company, Mechanics and Farmers
Bank's 1st office, and later, office spaces for African-American
professionals and skilled workers including a barber, tailor, printer,
attorneys, physicians and dentists.
106 West Parrish Street
Built originally to serve as the “Mutual Annex,” this address became
home to a weekly newspaper, The Durham Reformer and The North Carolina
Mutual, a monthly newspaper. B&J Rose Furniture was also on the
206 West Parrish Street
In the early 1900s, a number of professional practices were located
here, including physicians, attorneys and dentists. And folks could get a
nice haircut at the barbershop downstairs.
111-115 Orange Street
Part of the Parrish Street district, this was home to The Whetstone, an
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance newsletter, and during the 1950s,
the well-know company, Forums, was located here.