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for North Carolina Preservation Vol. Issue 67, Spring 1987
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With the North Carolina General Assembly back in session, some decisions may affect the fate of historic preservation in the state. Preservation issues addressed included foundation appropriations, regulations on signs and billboards, and the use of downzoning.
In the antebellum South, building artisans were often black slaves. In Charlotte, North Carolina during the first years of the 20th-century, W.W. Smith rose from the ranks of building tradesman to architect, designing substantial structures in Charlotte and Salisbury.