North Carolina Architects and Builders - A Biographical Dictionary

Coming Soon

NC Architects and Builders is a growing system. We will post this entry as soon as it is ready.

Your Search: Robbie Jones

New Search:

Results 1 to 3 of 3

Sort by:

Getaz, David (1849-1912)

David Getaz (November 22, 1849-September 19, 1912), a native of France with a Swiss background, became a prolific architect and builder headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee. His contracting firm took on projects in various states, including buildings in North Carolina: the Masonic Temple in Wilmington and Eureka Hall at the Blue Ridge Assembly campus near...

Hibbs, Henry C. (1882-1949)

Henry Clossen Hibbs (1882-1949), a leading Tennessee architect of the early twentieth century and a specialist in collegiate architecture, is best known in North Carolina for his work at Davidson College near Charlotte. A native of Camden, New Jersey, Hibbs studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania from 1899 to 1904, and during summer vacations...

Miles, Frederick B. (1860-1921)

Frederick B. Miles (December 26, 1860-October 4, 1921), a long-lived and mobile stonecutter and sculptor, is best known in North Carolina for his work at Biltmore House and elsewhere in Asheville. Miles and his fellow stone cutter Samuel I. Bean were among the highly skilled building artisans who came to Asheville to work on...

Work Locations


Active Years

Brought to you by The NCSU Libraries and The NCSU Libraries Copyright & Digital Scholarship Center.

Please contact us with any additions, corrections, or updates.

Giving to the Libraries