Lisa Y. Henderson shared this photograph of the Samuel H. Vick House in the early 1900s on her Black Wide Awake history and genealogy blog, www.afamwilsonnc.com. A county historical marker erected near the Green Street home notes that Vick was born in 1863, the son of a freed slave, and arrived in Wilson around 1865. An educator, school principal, developer, entrepreneur and civic and fraternal leader, Vick was appointed Wilson postmaster by two U.S. presidents. The Wilson Times is publishing historical photos of Wilson County life and landmarks. To share your snapshots, email the picture and caption to Lori Parrish at email@example.com with the subject line Remember When or bring it to the Times office at 126 Nash St. during regular business hours.