Tarboro native David Pender built a chain of grocery stores in Virginia and North Carolina and by 1926 had a total of 246 locations. Pender’s is a distant relative of the more familiar (now defunct) Colonial and Big Star grocery stores.
Tarboro native David Pender built a chain of grocery stores in Virginia and North Carolina and by 1926 had a total of 246 locations. Pender’s is a distant relative of the more familiar (now defunct) Colonial and Big Star grocery stores. Maria David The Charlotte Observer
Tarboro native David Pender built a chain of grocery stores in Virginia and North Carolina and by 1926 had a total of 246 locations. Pender’s is a distant relative of the more familiar (now defunct) Colonial and Big Star grocery stores. Maria David The Charlotte Observer
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Pender’s Grocery, 1935

June 17, 2015 03:00 AM

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