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Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Captain Lee House, 503 East Jones Street, Raleigh, Wake County, NC

Significance: It is one of three houses built by Captain Lee for himself and his family. Two adjacent houses for his daughters are almost identical to the first house. Believed to have been built in 1870, the e... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange Cou...

Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by R... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, NC

Sherrill's Inn, Lake Lure, U.S. Route 74, Fairview, Buncombe County, N...

Significance: Although much enlarged, Sherrill's Inn is an example of the Saddle-Bag House. This scheme is basically a double cabin separated by a central chimney - each cabin being as large as could be conveni... more

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Dunleith, 677 Chestnut Street, Greensboro, Guilford County, NC

Survey number: HABS NC-231 Building/structure dates: ca. 1858 Initial Construction

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