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Thomasville is the name of some cities in the United States of America:

Thomasville, Alabama Place in Alabama, United States

Thomasville is a city in Clarke County, Alabama, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 4,209. Founded as a late 19th-century railroad town, it has transitioned over the course of more than a century into a 21st-century commercial hub. It is the childhood hometown of author and storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham.

Thomasville, Georgia City in Georgia, United States

Thomasville is the county seat of Thomas County, Georgia, United States. The city is the second largest in southwest Georgia after Albany.

Thomasville, Iowa Unincorporated community in Iowa, United States

Thomasville is an unincorporated community in Clayton County, Iowa, United States. Thomasville lies a little over 11 miles away from the county seat of Elkader.

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Thomasville Furniture Industries was a full-line furniture manufacturer once based in Thomasville, North Carolina, with dedicated galleries in more than 400 retail furniture stores. Additionally, there are 30 Thomasville Home Furnishing stores which carry only Thomasville products. The company had been a subsidiary of Clayton, Missouri-based Furniture Brands International since 1995. Heritage Home Group bought most of that company's assets in 2013 and announced the end of Thomasville Furniture's operations in Thomasville in 2014.

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Davidson County, North Carolina County in the United States

Davidson County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the population was 162,878. Its county seat is Lexington, and its largest city is Thomasville.

Thomasville, North Carolina City in North Carolina, United States

Thomasville is a city in Davidson County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 26,757 at the 2010 census. The city is notable for its furniture industry, as are its neighbors High Point and Lexington. This Piedmont Triad community was established in 1852 and hosts the state's oldest festival, "Everybody's Day". Built around the local railway system, Thomasville is home to the oldest railroad depot in the state, just a few hundred feet from the city's most notable landmark, "The Big Chair".

Dan Clodfelter North Carolina politician

Daniel G. Clodfelter is an American politician and attorney from North Carolina. He served as a Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly representing the State's thirty-seventh Senate district, which includes constituents in Mecklenburg County, from January 1999 through April 8, 2014, when he resigned after being appointed Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina.

The Piedmont Triad is a north-central region of the U.S. state of North Carolina that consists of the area within and surrounding the three major cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point. This close group or "triad" of cities lies in the Piedmont geographical region of the United States and forms the basis of the Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High Point Combined Statistical Area. As of 2012, the Piedmont Triad has an estimated population of 1,611,243 making it the 33rd largest combined statistical area in the United States. The area of the triad is approximately 5,954 square miles.

North Carolina Highway 62 highway in North Carolina

North Carolina Highway 62 (NC 62) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Primarily in the Piedmont Triad, it runs from NC 109 in Thomasville northeast to the Virginia state line in Milton.

Thomasville Public Library library

The Thomasville Public Library is located in Thomasville, North Carolina, United States. It is the second largest branch of the Davidson County Public Library system. Since its inception in October, 1928, the library has grown from one room in the corner of a Thomasville school housing a collection of 200 books to a 19,000 sq ft (1,800 m2) independent structure housing more than 70,000 books as well as magazines and journals, non-print materials, public access computers, and meeting rooms that are generally free for public use.

<i>Thomasville Times</i> newspaper in Thomasville, Alabama

For the daily newspaper of Thomasville, NC, see Thomasville Times-Enterprise.

John Walter Lambeth was a U.S. Representative from North Carolina.

High Point-Thomasville HiToms

This article is for the collegiate summer baseball team, for the defunct minor league baseball team, see High Point-Thomasville Hi-Toms.

Thomasville, North Carolina was home to several minor league baseball teams from 1937–1969.

The North Carolina State League was a "Class D" league in Minor League Baseball. The original version of the league existed from 1913–1917 as the successor to the Carolina Association. The second version of the league was established in 1937 in part in order to compete with the Piedmont-region independent league, the Carolina League, and ran through 1953 when it combined with the Western Carolina League to form the Tar Heel League.

U.S. Route 29 in North Carolina highway in North Carolina

U.S. Route 29 is a north–south United States highway that runs for 168 miles (270 km) from the South Carolina state line, near Blacksburg, to the commonwealth of Virginia, near Danville. The route serves the North Carolina Piedmont, including the cities of Charlotte, Salisbury, High Point, and Greensboro.

Finch Field

Finch Field is a baseball venue in Thomasville, North Carolina, United States. It is home to the High Point-Thomasville HiToms of the Coastal Plain League, a collegiate summer baseball league. The park was built in 1935 and has been renovated in 2002, 2005, and 2007.

The Thomasville Open was a golf tournament on the PGA Tour from 1936 to 1941. It was held at the Glen Arven Country Club in Thomasville, Georgia. The purse each year was $3,000 with a winner's share of $700. From 1936 to 1938 it was a 72-hole event and from 1939 to 1941 it was a 54-hole tournament.

Liston Corlando Pope was an American clergyman, author, theological educator, and dean of Yale University Divinity School from 1949 to 1962.

WBFJ is a radio station broadcasting a Christian Talk and Teaching format. Licensed in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States, it serves the Piedmont Triad area and is currently owned by Triad Family Network, Inc.

Thomasville Downtown Historic District

Thomasville Downtown Historic District is a national historic district located at Thomasville, Davidson County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 46 contributing buildings, 1 contributing site, 2 contributing structures, and 2 contributing objects in the central business district of Thomasville. It includes commercial and governmental buildings built between 1871 and 1938. Located in the district is the separately listed Thomasville Railroad Passenger Depot. Other notable contributing resources include The Big Chair (1950), the former City Hall (1938), the former Davidson County Office Building, the former United States Post Office (1926), (former) Davidson County Office Building (1957), the Dr. Orien R. Hodgin Dental Office, the North State Telephone Warehouse, First National Bank of Thomasville (1922), C. R. Thomas Block, and the Lambeth Furniture Company/Thomasville Chair Company.

Heritage Home Group LLC, formed to purchase most assets of the defunct Furniture Brands International, is a High Point, North Carolina-based home furnishings company. It owns the brands Broyhill, Lane, Thomasville, and Drexel Heritage.