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for The State Vol. 6 Issue 40, Mar 1939
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The Garden Club of North Carolina's agenda for 1939 was to encourage restoration of historic homes. The objective was to find and document appropriate homes and then encourage buyers to invest in and preserve the buildings. One of the club's efforts was the restoration of the Jacob Stiewalt House, an 1821 example of neo-classic architecture.
Although he was born in Massachusetts while his mother was on vacation, Cecil B. DeMille grew up in Washington and always claimed North Carolina as his home. McAffee recounts his successes as a movie director and producer.