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James Francis Post is known as the father of architecture in Wilmington. Post was the premier builder/architect in the city from the mid-to-late 19th century, where he designed, built, and/or supervised some of the most notable buildings in the city, such as the Zebulon Latimer House.
James Francis Post was the premier mid to late-nineteenth century builder-architect of Wilmington, North Carolina. He designed, built and/or supervised some of the most notable buildings in the city. Post also worked on more common, utilitarian urban buildings which tie city together as an architectural unit.