Rich textile history fascinates Greensboro man

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Evan Morrison grew up in Greensboro and became fascinated with the city’s rich history in textiles.

He collected all kinds of memorabilia over the years and hopes one day there will be a textile heritage museum downtown.

Morrison and his business partner and good friend, William Clayton, run a store in the historic section of South Elm Street called “Hudson’s Hill.”

There, they continue the tradition of making useful things out of denim.

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