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for North Carolina Preservation Vol. Issue 77, Winter 1990
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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.
The first comprehensive revision of North Carolina's local preservation since 1971 went into effect October 1989. The Act updates language and addresses the organization of commission and expands the authority of local governments for carrying out preservation programs.
First established as the Wilson Hospital and Tubercular Home, Mercy Hospital in the East Wilson National Register District was one of the earliest hospitals for African Americans in North Carolina and one of the few facilities in the eastern part of the state. The Mercy Hospital Association now plans to make the building into a multi-purpose reuse facility.