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Eichberg, Alfred S. (1859-1921)

Alfred S. Eichberg (August 23, 1859-May 15, 1921), a leading Savannah architect, designed two buildings in North Carolina, both in Wilmington: the F. Rheinstein and Company Building and the New Hanover County Courthouse, the latter being one of the state's few surviving examples of the massive and eclectic courthouses of the late 19th century...

Norrman, Gottfried L. (1846-1909)

Gottfried L. Norrman (1846-1909), a Swedish-born architect active in the post-Civil War South, designed opulent Queen Anne-style edifices in North Carolina's New South cities, all of which have been lost. Norrman was educated in Scandinavia and Germany before moving to New York City and, around 1879, to Spartanburg, South Carolina. He relocated to Atlanta...

T. Thomas and Son (fl. 1830s-1850s)

T. Thomas and Son (fl. 1840s), consisting of Thomas Thomas and his son Griffith, was a New York architectural firm that planned several buildings in the antebellum South. The firm's only known project in North Carolina is the First Baptist Church in New Bern (1848), one of the earliest non-Episcopalian Gothic Revival churches in...

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