Joseph Separk House

Contributors:
Hugh E. White, supervising architect; Charles C. Wilson, architect
Dates:
1919
Location:
Gastonia, Gaston County
Street Address:
209 W. 2nd Ave., Gastonia, NC
Status:
Standing
Type:
Residential
Images Puslished In:
Kim Withers Brengle, The Architectural Heritage of Gaston County, North Carolina (1982).
Note:
Manufacturers' Record, Sept. 4, 1919. Wilson sent architect Hugh White to Gastonia to supervise construction of the elaborate Renaissance Revival residence, and White soon established his own long-lasting practice in Gastonia and planned many of its key buildings of the early 20th century. The landscape architect was Earle Sumner Draper, who planned many suburban and industrial settings in Piedmont North Carolina.