MC 00093 Guide to the Harvey Charlton Papers on 2731 Rosedale Avenue, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1941-2002
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[Map Folder 1]
Ross Edward Shumaker Drawings of the residence for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levine, Raleigh, NC, 1941 (Accession no. 2008-0022)
2 sets of blue print drawings
Shumaker, Ross Edward, 1889-1960
Smith, Owen F.
0.06 Linear feet
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2 flat file folders
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Gift of Harvey J. Charlton, 2008 (Accession 2008-0022)
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Contained in these drawings are the original 1941 designs for the house at 2871 Rosedale Avenue in Raleigh and the plans for the 2002 renovation of the building. They were collected by Harvey Charlton, owner of the house in 2008.
Harvey J. Charlton has been a professor of mathematics at North Carolina State University. Ross Edward Shumaker was an architect and a professor at North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (1920-1955). He began the architecture program there, and he designed several buildings on campus. Owen F. Smith has been an architect based in Raleigh. He designed the award-winning North Carolina Farm Bureau building.
MC 140, Ross Edward Shumaker Papers
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