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for North Carolina Home Vol. 3 Issue 1, Feb 1994
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Exemplifying the trend for North Carolina's colleges and universities to value and renovate their older buildings, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has renovated Old East, the oldest state university-owned building in the country.
Duck's Sanderling Inn, a resort built around a renovated life-saving station constructed in 1899, is renowned for fine accommodations and environmentally sound development.
Artist Claude Howell of Wilmington, who in the early 1950s started the art department at Wilmington College (now UNC-Wilmington), has spent a lifetime painting his beloved seaside home.
This article portrays three downtown Wilmington businesses whose proprietors reside upstairs. Each building is featured, revealing functional places of business with domiciles above.
Dee and Rick Ray, owners of Charlotte-based Raycom Inc., have restored the old Duke Mansion, built by James Buchanan Duke and now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
George Watts Hill's Chapel Hill home, Quail Hill, will become part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, his alma mater.