1 edition of Inventory of historic architecture, Greensboro, N.C. found in the catalog.
Inventory of historic architecture, Greensboro, N.C.
|Statement||directed & edited by Ruth Little-Stokes.|
|Contributions||Little, M. Ruth 1946-|
|LC Classifications||F264.G8 I58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||77621311|
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First conducted inthe Historic Resources Inventory was updated in and again from The City partners with Preservation Greensboro Inc. (PGI) and other organizations to preserve threatened historic properties. PGI and its subsidiary, Architectural Salvage of Greensboro (ASG), receive limited funding from the City.
entitled “An Inventory of Historic Architecture: Greensboro, North Carolina.” Callie Dalton conducted a second, more comprehensive survey in More than 3, properties were recorded on state-issued Inventory of historic architecture forms and 35 mm black and white photographs were taken of each property.
The products of this survey are. Get this from a library. An Inventory of historic architecture, Greensboro, N.C. [M Ruth Little;]. An Inventory of Historic Architecture: Caswell County, N.C. Caswell County Historical Association, Caswell County Historical Association, Catawba County. Greensboro, the Junior League of Greensboro, and the City of Greensboro (City) provided funds for the book.
The most recent effort, a historic architecture survey update for Greensboro, was conducted from to by Circa, Inc. Ruth Little-Stokes, An Inventory of Historic Greensboro: Greensboro, North Carolina (). North Carolina Board of Architecture, Record Bookmicrofilmed by North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Laura A. Phillips, Reidsville, N.C.: An Inventory of Historic and Architectural Resources (). An Inventory of Historic Architecture Greensboro, N, C. nas this property been determined eligible. state _ county _x_ local deposltoryforsurveyrecords Survey and Planning Branch, N.C.
Division of Archives and History city, town Raleigh state North Carolina, ' '. Description D.A. Tompkins' book. Each has a brick fire wall at. See How to Request and Submit a Study List Application The National Register of Historic Places is the nation's official list of buildings, structures, objects, sites, and districts worthy of preservation for their significance in American history, architecture, archaeology, and culture.
Architectural Survey Records Survey files, containing written materials and photographs and organized by county, are maintained at the Survey and National Register Branch, State Historic Preservation Office, in Raleigh and at the Western Office of the Office of Archives and History, along with survey project reports and detailed maps showing the location of every recorded.
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_ yes ~ no Architecture, Greensboro, N. The Architectural Salvage of Greensboro (ASG) retail showroom at B Huffman Street (near the intersection of Huffman & East Wendover Avenue) contains fascinating merchandise including vintage claw foot tubs, old sinks, brass hardware, doors, windows, shutters, pressed metal ceilings, hardwood flooring, columns, stair railings, bath and sink hardware, chandeliers, and.
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A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Eastern North Carolina. Catherine W. Bishir and Michael T. Southern. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, The first of a three-volume field guide to the state's historic architecture, covering 41 tidewater and coastal plain counties from the coast to I The first third is a history of Greensboro through about I've read several histories of Greensboro; this one is fresh since it is focused on the city's architecture.
The last two-thirds of the book consists of short, one-paragraph descriptions of a few hundred of the most historic houses and buildings in s: 3. Catherine W. Bishir and Michael T. Southern, A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Piedmont North Carolina ().
Laura A. Phillips, Reidsville, N.C.: An Inventory of Historic and Architectural Resources (). Get this from a library. Architectural resources: an inventory of historic architecture, High Point, Jamestown, Gibsonville, Guilford County.
[H McKelden Smith, III; North Carolina. Division of Archives and History.]. Many historic buildings and historic districts in Guilford County are listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the United States’ official list of properties worth preserving.
As part of the process of nominating a property for the Register, someone must complete a registration form describing the property’s historic value.
An Inventory of historic architecture, Greensboro, N.C. 1 copy An inventory of historic architecture, Iredell County, North Carolina 1 copy North Carolina Historic Preservation Office Survey Manual: Practical 1 copy. North Carolina Board of Architecture, Record Bookmicrofilmed by North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina.
McKelden Smith, Architectural Resources: An Inventory of Historic Architecture, High Point, Jamestown, Gibsonville, Guilford County (). Preservation Greensboro Appreciates Your Support COVID Challenge Grant. Revenue has dropped with Blandwood closed and our Tour of Historic Homes delayed.
A long-time donor is challenging us (and you) to support Preservation Greensboro by launching the COVID Challenge Grant. Greensboro’s been blessed with architecture and landscaping by iconic American designers – boasting more buildings by renowned architects than many North Carolina cities.
Most of the work was done early in the 20th century, when Greensboro’s affluent citizens hired some of the best designers from New England and the northern United States. Greensboro's growth during the s and s, the Victorian period, was exemplified by picturesque architecture that looked like.
N.C. State Capitol Free Admission to site, Women, African Americans, Famous North Carolinians, The Civil War, The Twentieth Century The North Carolina State Capitol, completed inis one of the finest and best-preserved examples of a major civic building in the Greek Revival style of architecture.
A History of Architecture is the first major work of history to include an overview of the architectural achievements of the 20th Century. Banister Fletcher has been the standard one volume architectural history for over years and continues to give a concise and factual account of world architecture from the earliest times.
The resulting house is an amalgam of architectural styles representing many periods of Greensboro’s history. Gothic Revival Architecture. Gothic Revival-inspired designs in Greensboro began with the David Weir House [image, right] at North Edgeworth. The Greensboro Historic District was established in and is roughly bounded by County, Second, Walnut, Front and Clear streets and the Monongahela River.
The Greensboro Historic District is a defined area of 14 acres (57, m 2) with a concentration of buildings, structures, and sites that contribute to the significance of the Borough in terms of its importance in.
Yanceyville, N.C.: Caswell County Historical Association ; [Raleigh]: Division of Archives and History, North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, Edition/Format: Print book: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Vernacular architecture -- North Carolina -- Caswell County. Vernacular architecture. The Historic Architecture of Davie County, North Carolina: An Inventory Analysis and Documentary Catalogue. [Mohney, Kirk Franklin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Historic Architecture of Davie County, North Carolina: An Inventory Analysis and Documentary : Kirk Franklin Mohney. Properties listed in the Register include districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects that are significant in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering, and culture.
The National Register is administered by the National Park Service, which is. Albert Carl Wirth (May 7, or later), architect, moved to North Carolina from Buffalo, New York, in and designed buildings in a variety of styles, including commercial buildings, apartment houses, and automobile dealerships in Greensboro, High Point, and Asheville, then returned to Buffalo by This database features hundreds of titles covering Art, Architecture, Design, History, Philosophy, Music, Literature, Theatre and Cultural Studies.
A brief history of Greensboro. Historic walking tour. Greensboro’s preservation community gathered on February 7th to celebrate the past year, and to hear insights on history and architecture by Editor Jim Dodson.
The group met in a new historical venue – Color Works Meeting Space at Revolution Mill. The meeting was the 52nd Annual Meeting of Preservation Greensboro Incorporated.
During a. Greensboro Historical Society. 29 Breezy Avenue Greensboro, Vermont () The Greensboro Commercial Historic District, in Greensboro, Georgia, is a 9 acres ( ha) historic district which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in It included 29 contributing buildings and a contributing structure.
Most of its buildings are along Main St. and Broad St. Two of the largest buildings occupy whole blocks, at the corner of Main and Broad:. Get this from a library. Greensboro: an architectural record: a survey of the historic and architecturally significant structures of Greensboro, North Carolina.
[Marvin A Brown]. D epartment staff manage Greensboro’s Historic District Program and support the Historic Preservation Commission, a 9‐member board of volunteers appointed by City Council.
In the locally designated his‐ toric districts of College Hill, Fisher Park and Aycock, property owners must secure a Certificate of Appropri‐. A few hundred of those stories have been compiled in a new book, an inventory of important buildings in the county called “The Historic Architecture of.
Smith Architecture worked closely with us to develop the bar and grill at Grey's Tavern. Wayne provided multiple designs and drawings during our planning phase. His design utilized features of the existing structure, built into maintain the essence of the original building.
Take a look at the before-and-after appearance of Greensboro's historic Julian Oct. 20,in Greensboro, N.C. books and other items accumulated by its former owner filled this living.
Hillside, also known as the Julian Price House, is a historic mansion located in the Fisher Park neighborhood of Greensboro, Guilford County, North was designed by architect Charles C. Hartmann and built in for the businessman Julian house, a four-story, room, foot-long (55 m) dwelling in the Tudor Revival style, sits at 7, square feet.
Hope Valley was the first full-fledged country club community in the suburbs of Durham, Durham County, North is developed around an hole Donald Ross golf course. Created in just before the stock market crash ofHope Valley remained a unique rural colony until after World War outside the city limits Hope Valley was situated between Durham.
The Greensboro Historical Museum also lists the following in its Family Papers Archives: Pulliam-Connally Gen. Store (Caswell Co.) MSS.
COLL. #82 _____ The following is from The Leasburg I Knew by William S. Dixon (Ap ): Up the hill was Connally's store, managed by Mr. H. T. Connally, and adjacent, was the Connally home, one of the finer homes.
GREENSBORO, city of Greensboro is working to preserve African American architectural heritage. The city was awarded a $12,; The surveys will start on Benbow Park; Project plans will start this fall; The city was awarded a $12, federal historic preservation grant to document historic buildings designed and built by African.