2106 White Oak Rd., Raleigh, NC
Blueprints, specifications, and contractor bills for the “Mr. and Mrs. Walter Noneman Residence” are in the Thomas W. Cooper Collection, Special Collections Research Center, NCSU Libraries. The architect’s specifications noted that the “masonry work shall be done by a skilled mechanic capable of mixing the stone and brick as shown” in the drawings. Contractor James A. Davidson was a leading Raleigh builder for many years. Bills for work and materials for the brick and stone house include numerous local and regional firms such as Baker-Rawls Roofing, Carolina Builders, Cherokee Brick, Dillon Supply, Martin Millwork, and Peden Steel. W. L. and Violet Louise Noneman came to Raleigh from Albuquerque, N. M., for him to open the Occidental Life Insurance Company. The family worked closely with the architect to plan the residence for comfort and convenience. The well-preserved house has remained in the family.