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Armfield, G. Will (1849-1927)

G. Will (George Williamson) Armfield (1849-1927) was a Greensboro architect and contractor in the early 20th century, who had spent his younger years as a merchant before embarking on a new career in construction about 1900. Although there are numerous contemporary references to his building projects, especially residences, only a few of his works...

Voorhees, Louis (1892-1974)

Louis Francis Voorhees (November 14, 1892-May 21, 1974) was one of High Point's principal architects during the middle of the 20th century. Influenced by his mentor Fiske Kimball, during the 1920s he designed residences in Period Revival styles such as Tudor, Norman, and Colonial Revival, before venturing into Art Deco and Modern styles late...

Winslow, Lorenzo S. (1892-1976)

Lorenzo Simmons Winslow (August 20, 1892 - June 20, 1976), practiced architecture in High Point and Greensboro, North Carolina, in the years between the World Wars before moving to Washington DC, where he became architect to the White House. Winslow was born in Mansfield, Massachusetts to George and Andree Hathaway. After graduating from the Mansfield...

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