What do deviled eggs, dill pickles, and dogs in dough all have in common? Form one, they all start will the letter D and they will all be available at a D-themed event at the Museum of Durham History.
The Durham History Hub will launch the newest installment of its
Durham A-Z exhibit series: D
is for Denim on on Tuesday, October 7. The no-cost, public party will be held at the Hub,
500 West Main St., from 6 pm until 7 pm. Partygoers are encouraged to wear their finest denim
outfits (from any era), and get their Durham A-Z Club Membership Card stamped.
The new exhibit
celebrates the origins of Durham’s textile industry. The very first denim in
the South was fabricated here in 1894, and contributed to a booming textile
production that soon employed more workers than tobacco. It is a tradition that
continues today, with a new generation of local manufacturers who have picked
up the spindle and thread. Stories and artifacts from Durham’s past are among
the industry highlights in the exhibit.
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