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Encompassing nearly two city blocks and costing upwards of $5 million dollars, the new state house of North Carolina will house the General Assembly, beginning in 1963. Designed by New York architect, Edward Durell Stone, North Carolina is the first state to own its own capitol building specifically designed for use by the legislature.
Set up in 1920 under the leadership of Mrs. Charles C. Hook, the North Carolina State Legislative Council is a conglomeration of organizations that represent an outgrowth of women's planned interests in the social, civic, and educational movements in the state. The main goal of the organization is to coordinate legislative work of different organizations to obtain legislation.