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West Burlington (NC) Architectural Survey Update

In 2020, the City of Burlington received a matching grant from the State Historic Preservation Office for the completion of a survey update for a residential portion of west Burlington, roughly bounded by South Church Street, Trollinger Avenue, and West Webb Avenue. The survey area includes the West Davis Street-Fountain Place National Register Historic District, which includes the "highest concentration of surviving late nineteenth and early twentieth century houses built for the city’s growing middle class.” The area also includes representative middle-class housing from the early- to mid-twentieth century and the E. M. Holt Plaid Mill and associated mill village.

 

The survey updated photographs and files; provided historic and architectural context for the mid-twentieth century resources; and recommended a boundary increase/decrease for the West Davis Street-Fountain Place National Register Historic District that include areas that fully reflect the middle- and upper-class development of West Burlington while excluding altered vernacular and working-class housing around the periphery of the district. The report also recommended a Central Height Historic District and National Register listing for the 1947-1955 Walter M. Williams High School.

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Architectural Survey of African American Neighborhoods in East and Southeast Greensboro (NC)

In 2019, the City of Greensboro received a matching grant from the State Historic Preservation Office for the completion of a survey to document residential African American resources in East and Southeast Greensboro, near the Bennett College and North Carolina A&T campuses. The post-World War II developments of East/Southeast Greensboro are significant for a number of reasons: they contain outstanding examples of Modernist residential and religious architecture; they contain examples of the work of prominent African American architects and builders; and they were home to leaders of and participants in the Civil Rights Movement in Greensboro.

The survey included physical documentation of buildings in the area and the compilation of existing published sources related to its development. Oral histories planned for inclusion in the project were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The report, intended as a foundation on which to build more research on Greensboro's African American residents and residences, recommended three National Register historic districts: Benbow Road, Clinton Hills, and Benbow Park.  It also recommended the listing of the 1959 J. Kenneth Lee House, the 1964 Dr. Alvin V. and Gwendolyn Blount House, and the c.1965 WIlliam Streat House, all outstanding examples of Modernist architecture designed by prominent African American architects.

https://files.nc.gov/ncdcr/historic-preservation-office/survey-and-national-register/surveyreports/Final-Report-Architectural-Survey-of-African-American-Neighborhoods-in-East-and-Southeast-Greensboro.pdf

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Wake Forest (NC) Architectural Survey Update: 1958-1975

In 2020, the Town of Wake Forest received a matching grant from the State Historic Preservation Office for the completion of a survey update for the town of Wake Forest, focusing on properties constructed between 1958 and 1975, to ensure that all properties have been surveyed for appropriate consideration during planning and development projects.  The survey documented both representative and outstanding examples of mid-twentieth century architecture. It also documented planned developments that were either platted or largely built between 1958 and 1975.

The survey updated photographs and files and provided historic and architectural context for the mid-twentieth century development. It recommended a boundary increase for the National Register-listed Wake Forest Historic District as well as National Register designation for the Thomas J. Byrne House; William and Barbara Mutschler House; Olive Branch Baptist Church and Cemetery; and Friendship Chapel Baptist Church and Cemetery.

https://files.nc.gov/ncdcr/historic-preservation-office/survey-and-national-register/surveyreports/Final-Report-Wake-Forest-North-Carolina-Architectural-Survey-Update-1958-1975.pdf

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Greensboro (NC) Central Business District Architectural Survey Update

In 2017, the City of Greensboro received a matching grant from the State Historic Preservation Office for the completion of a survey update for the Downtown Greensboro National Register Historic District (listed in 1982 and amended in 2004) and the surrounding central business district. The historic district includes the historic core of downtown Greensboro, centered on the intersection of the railroad tracks and Elm Street. It is comprised primarily of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century one-, two-, and three-story commercial buildings, though taller "skyscapers" existing near the intersections of Elm Street with Friendly and Market streets. The area surrounding the historic district includes mid-twentieth century office and industrial buildings.

 

The survey updated photographs and files; provided historic and architectural context for the mid-twentieth century resources; and recommended a boundary increase for the Downtown Greensboro National Register Historic District that would encompass many of the Modernist- and Brutalist-style buildings.

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Oxford (NC) Architectural Survey Update

In 2017, the City of Oxford received a matching grant from the State Historic Preservation Office for the completion of a survey update for the Oxford National Register Historic District (listed in 1988) and additional resources with the city limits. The historic district includes the commercial core of Oxford as well as the oldest residential areas, extending north and south from the commercial core and is comprised primarily of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth residential, commercial, and institutional buildings. The survey also updated documentation for the Oxford Orphanage and Central Orphanage and identified eight early- to mid-twentieth century residential neighborhoods that were documented with windshield surveys. 

The survey updated photographs and files and provided historic and architectural context for the mid-twentieth century neighborhoods and buildings. It recommended a boundary increase for the Oxford National Register Historic District that includes approximately 160 additional buildings, many of them built concurrent with the buildings in the existing district, but with more vernacular forms and details. It also recommended three neighborhoods, three churches, the Oxford Orphanage, Elmwood Cemetery, and the Oxford Armory for listing on the National Register.

https://files.nc.gov/ncdcr/historic-preservation-office/survey-and-national-register/surveyreports/City-of-Oxford-Architectural-Survey-Update.pdf

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Hillsborough (NC) Architectural Survey Update

In 2016, the Town of Hillsborough received a matching grant from the State Historic Preservation Office for the completion of a survey update for the town of Hillsborough outside of the Hillsborough National Register Historic District. The survey included a mill village; West Hillsborough; the traditional African American neighborhoods of Fairview, Northern Heights, and Homemont; the Daniel Boone Village complex; and a variety of other buildings constructed largely in the mid-twentieth century. 

The survey updated photographs and files and provided historic and architectural context for the mid-twentieth century neighborhoods and buildings. It recommended a boundary increase for the National Register-listed Commandants House as well as the listing of the Ja-Max Motor Lodge on the National Register.

https://files.nc.gov/ncdcr/historic-preservation-office/survey-and-national-register/surveyreports/HillsboroughSurveyUpdate-2017.pdf

Wake County (NC) Phase II and Phase III Architectural Survey Update

In 2015 and 2016, Wake County received matching grants from the State Historic Preservation Office for the completion of a survey update of Knightdale/Rolesville/Wendell (Phase II) and for the Long- and Short-range Planning Areas of Apex, Holly Springs, and Fuquay-Varina as well as the Falls Lake Water Supply Watershed (Phase III). The survey included both urban and rural resources in the study areas.

The survey updated photographs and files and provided additional historic and architectural context for the areas as well as recommendations for properties eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.

https://files.nc.gov/ncdcr/historic-preservation-office/survey-and-national-register/surveyreports/WakeCountySurveyUpdate-Knightdale_Rolesville_Wendell-2016.pdf

https://files.nc.gov/ncdcr/historic-preservation-office/survey-and-national-register/surveyreports/WakeCountySurveyUpdate-2017.pdf