Wheeler, Runge, and Dickey (1905-1908)

The architectural firm was formed in 1905 in Charlotte by Oliver Duke Wheeler and Neil Runge, plus the additional partner D. Anderson Dickey. This was one of a series of partnerships formed by Wheeler. For the firm’s operation and selected building list, see the Oliver Duke Wheeler entry.

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  • A.L. Dearing Residence

    Contributors:
    Dates:
    1903-1905
    Location:
    Monroe, Union County
    Street Address:
    108 W. Houston St., Monroe, NC
    Status:
    Standing
    Type:
    Residential
    Images Puslished In:
    Mary Ann Lee, An Inventory of Historic Architecture: Monroe, N.C. (1978).

  • E.T. Bost House

    Contributors:
    Dates:
    1905
    Location:
    Cabarrus County
    Street Address:
    Bost's Mill near Reed Mill Rd. and NC 200, Bost's Mill, NC
    Status:
    Standing
    Type:
    Residential
    Images Puslished In:
    Peter R. Kaplan, The Historic Architecture of Cabarrus County, North Carolina (2004).

  • Hay Street Methodist Church

    Dates:
    1907-1908
    Location:
    Fayetteville, Cumberland County
    Street Address:
    Intersection of Hay St., Old St., and Ray St., Fayetteville, NC
    Status:
    Standing
    Type:
    Religious
    Images Puslished In:
    Catherine W. Bishir and Michael T. Southern, A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Eastern North Carolina (1996).

  • Randolph County Courthouse

    Dates:
    1908-1909
    Location:
    Asheboro, Randolph County
    Street Address:
    145 Worth St., Asheboro, NC
    Status:
    Standing
    Type:
    Public
    Images Puslished In:
    Catherine W. Bishir and Michael T. Southern, A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Piedmont North Carolina (2003).

  • Statesville Loan and Trust

    Contributors:
    Variant Name(s):
    Commercial National Bank
    Dates:
    1905-1908
    Location:
    Statesville, Iredell County
    Street Address:
    116 S. Center St., Statesville, NC
    Status:
    Standing
    Type:
    Commercial
    Note:
    The Manufacturers' Record (Oct. 26, 1905) announced that Wheeler, Runge, and Dickey had drawn plans for the Statesville Loan and Trust building. Its tan brick and neoclassical details harmonize with their neighboring Iredell County Courthouse.

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