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These photos from the Duke Energy archives in Charlotte, N.C., are missing identification. If you have any information about these photos, or know someone who can help, email illumination.duke-energy.com. Be sure to include the photo number or attach the image.

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Photo 187: It's never too early to break out the Christmas sweater. Recognize any of these Public Service Indiana employees? Where did they work?
Photo 176: The old Cincinnati Edison Electric Co. building used by Cincinnati Gas & Electric. Does it still exist, and where was it located?
Photo 168: This Florida Power employee's photo was taken after Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Who is he, and what did he do? 
Photo 190: Who is this Duke Power lab employee? Where did she work, and what is she doing?

Mysteries solved!

Photo 179: Llewellyn Beaman and Jeremy Carden recognized this as the Lightner Arcade on Hargett Street in Raleigh. Goodnightraleigh.com says "the hotel and amusement center once stood at the heart of the city’s 20th century African-American business district."


Photo 169: We heard from several people. Carolle Butler, based on Phyllis Dixon's research, said they were developing the first Computer Based Training (CBT) for Crystal River Unit 3 Nuclear Plant nuclear access in Florida. An art teacher, Connie Wilson, was hired to assist with the graphic design work. From left, Vinnie Crooks, Connie Wilson, Gary Hutto, Dan Bourscheid, Mike Pombier and Greg Sweeney.


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