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Palmer House, 173 West Margaret Lane, Hillsborough, Orange County, NC

Palmer House, 173 West Margaret Lane, Hillsborough, Orange County, NC

 
 
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Summary

Significance: Architecturally, the Patterson-Palmer House resembles Williamsburg houses closely. Its interior is particularly spacious and elegant with an unusual lateral hall...
A succession of interesting early figures has been associated with the house: Francis Nash, James Patterson, Peter Mallett, William Watters, and James M. Palmer in particular.
Survey number: HABS NC-222
Building/structure dates: before 1800 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1960-1961 Subsequent Work

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Gill, Erle G
Nash, Francis
Patterson, James
Mallett, Peter
Watters, William
Palmer, James M
Davis, Archie K
North Carolina State University, sponsor
Boucher, Jack E, photographer
Tribble, M, delineator
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Hillsborough36.07845, -79.09487
Google Map of 36.078449, -79.09487399999999
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