Architecture You Love A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture


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Be a volunteer NCMH field agent.  Research Modernist houses online and/or in your car to solve the missing pieces of, the largest open digital archive for Modernist houses in the world.  Field agents volunteer about two hours a week, or about four hours every other week.  This can be as simple as taking an afternoon to drive around, or a few hours at night to surf the web.

Warning: visiting and researching Modernist houses is seriously addictive, if you're really into architecture.   Ready to get started? Send an email with your name, phone number, and address.  Thanks!

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1952 AIA Student Chapter, NCSU School of Design

The 1952 AIA Student Chapter, NCSU School of Design.

Back Row: Charles Sappenfield, James (Bud) Washburn, Max Isley, Robert (Bob) Miller, J. Forest (Pete) Barnwell,?

Third Row: Glenn Buff, ?, AC Hall, ?, Charles Moss, John Faulk, Bill Addison, Bruno Leon, Gerald Schiff

Second Row: Sam Hodges, Buddy Blue, Ralph Bansback, Harry Bates, ?, ?, Chet Parker, Elizabeth Bobbitt Lee, Donald Jackson, David Oden

Front Row: Henry Klein, ?, Fred Taylor, Gene Jones, Jack Shriver, Harry Spies, Dale Blosser, Morris Nakayama, Alvis George, Raymond SawyerHelp us find the missing names! Email.


NC Architects Atlantic Beach

An AIA North Carolina 1956 Summer Meeting at Atlantic Beach NC.

From left to right: John Webb, Cecil D. Elliott, Robert Clemmer, Arthur C. Jenkins Jr., George Matsumoto, Archie Davis, J. A. Stenhouse, William James, AG Odell Jr, Leon McMinn, US Senator Willis Smith (who addressed the conference), Marvin R. A. Johnson, Walter Hook, Macon Smith, L. A. O'Brien, Lindsey Gudger, Dick Rice, George Hackney, Jim Webb, Eccles Everhart, Cyrill Pfohl, Ed Loewenstein, Cameron Dudley, D. C. Abee, John Ramsay, James Walter Griffith, Jr.