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Nash, Arthur C. (1871-1969)

Arthur Cleveland Nash (October 21, 1871-September 26, 1969), a Beaux-Arts trained New York architect, designed many buildings in North Carolina and is best known as campus architect for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill during the school's major expansion in the 1920s. There he worked in association with the consulting firm of...

Nichols, William (1780-1853)

William Nichols (1780-December 12, 1853), an English-born house carpenter, architect, and engineer, worked in North Carolina from 1800 until 1827, during which time he planned and built some of the state's finest and most advanced buildings. The first resident architect in North Carolina since John Hawks, he was also the first North Carolina architect...

Paton, David (1801-1882)

David Paton (1801-1882), an architect from Edinburgh, Scotland, served as superintending architect and architect of the North Carolina State Capitol in Raleigh, and had an important role in refining and shaping the final design of the building. During his tenure at the capitol (1834-1840), he incorporated sophisticated design and construction elements that reflected his...

Town, Ithiel (1784-1844)

Ithiel Town (October 3, 1784-June 12 or 13, 1844) was a Connecticut-born architect and engineer who became one of the pre-eminent architects and engineers of the United States during the first half of the 19th century. In North Carolina, he planned three important early bridges at the time that he was developing his famous...

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