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A look at the architectural career of A.G. (Adolphus Gustavus) Bauer in North Carolina spanning the years between 1883 and 1898. Enjoying the patronage of the state government, Bauer designed a group of structures that constitutes a significant contribution to North Carolina's institutional and civic architecture.
English architect William Percival left his mark on North Carolina during his short stay in the state between 1857 and 1860. Percival designed 13 ecclesiastical, public, and domestic structures, including the Caswell County courthouse, churches in Hillsborough, Tarboro, and Raleigh, and two dormitory classroom buildings at the University of North Carolina.