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13626
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There was plenty of excitement in Raleigh back in 1831 when the State House, Library, and several private residences were destroyed in the burning of the state capitol.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 19 Issue 16, Sept 1951, p11, il
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31185
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With the convening of the 1963 North Carolina General Assembly, the new Edward Durrell Stone-designed Legislative Building in Raleigh, North Carolina will open on February 6th. It is the first building ever constructed by a state for exclusive use of its legislature. Costing nearly $6 million, it will complement the old State Capitol Building which continues to house the Governor's Office and offices of the Executive Branch.
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31186
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Costing nearly $6 million all together, the new Legislative Building in Raleigh, North Carolina is huge but handsome, spacious but vibrant, exotic but familiar. The architects, contractors, and building commission all had active parts in the creation of the building, with Rea Construction Company of Charlotte at the helm.
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