The Meadows


Title
The Meadows
Description
The Meadows, a plantation on the Neuse River in Wayne County, North Carolina, was the home of Colonel John Thomas Kennedy (1824-1913). The drawing has the initials JMK and is dated 1895. It is believed to have been drawn by James Matthew Kennedy (1881-1948), noted North Carolina architect and grandson of Colonel John Thomas Kennedy. For more information about James Matthew Kennedy, see the entry about Kennedy in North Carolina State University Libraries' North Carolina Architects and Builders: A Biographical Dictionary.
Date
1895
Original Format
drawings
Extent
39cm x 25cm
Local Identifier
1001-s6-ss6.1-b32-fh
Creator(s)
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Comments

Sherri Kennedy Jun 13 2010

Wow! This is amazing, Matthew! How di find this??

James M Kennedy V Jun 11 2010

Wow this was my great-great-great-great grandfathers plantation. My great-great grandfather James Matthew Kennedy sr. was an accomplished architecht. He had to have been very young when making this drawing.

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