Raleigh, Wake County
Fayetteville St. at Davie St., Raleigh, NC
No longer standing
Images Puslished In:
James Vickers, Raleigh: City of Oaks (1982).
The Raleigh Times reported on July 17, 1909, that several in-state architects had competed for the project, including Herbert Woodley Simpson of New Bern, Hook and Rogers of Charlotte, C. H. Stevens of Wilmington, and Barrett and Thompson of Raleigh, but "Mr. Marye's plans "excelled them all," especially his design for the auditorium. Barrett and Thompson would serve as local associated architects. The grand, Beaux Arts style civic auditorium burned in 1930.