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- Raleigh (N.C.) and the Triangle area. Durham (UA023.026.030) held by Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
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- Abele, Julian F., 1881-1950 more info on Abele, Julian F., 1881-1950
- Donnelly, John more info on Donnelly, John, stonemason
- Irving and Casson more info on Irving and Casson
- William H. Jackson Co. more info on William H. Jackson Co.
- G. Owen Bonawit, Inc. more info on G. Owen Bonawit, Inc.
- Tile layer:
- Guastavino, Rafael, 1872-1950 more info on Guastavino, Rafael, 1872-1950
- 401 Chapel Drive
- North Carolina
- Architectural note:
- Considered the finest late Gothic Revival monument in the state, the chapel is both the architectural focal point and the iconic symbol of Duke University. The entrance tower was modeled after the Bell Harry Tower of Canterbury Cathedral. The chapel houses statues of the Duke family associated with their sarcophagi.
Universities and colleges
Gothic revival (Architecture)
Towers (Building divisions)
Stained glass windows
- Latitude, Longitude:
- 36.001959, -78.939924