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- Location maps, Dunleith, Greensboro, North Carolina
North Carolina History
- Original Format:
- scale: 1 in. = 1/4 mi., 1 in. = 2-1/2 mi.; 483mm x 610mm
- Item identifier:
- Heacock, Scott J. more info on Heacock, Scott J.
- Pearce, Irvin A. more info on Pearce, Irvin A.
- Created Date:
- 2 of 29
- Digital Project:
- Special Collections Research Center at NC State University Libraries
- Historic Architecture Research. Project Records (UA110.041) held by Special Collections Research Center at NC State University Libraries
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- Andrews, W. S. more info on Andrews, W. S.
- Sloan, Samuel, 1815-1884 more info on Sloan, Samuel, 1815-1884
- Milton Road
- North Carolina
- Provenance note:
- Robert P. Dick (Federal District Attorney, North Carolina Supreme Court Justice), first owner; W. L. Trotter (hardware business), second owner
- Historical note:
- During the Civil War, Sherman's troops under General Cox used the home as the Union Army's headquarters. The Dicks family was moved into an outbuilding while the General and his staff occupied the house and the lawn was filled with the tents of Union soldiers.
- Architectural note:
- The style of the house was "Italian villa." A long path led from the sun porch to Judge Robert P. Dick's law office. In 1917, additions were made to the back of the house to make it function as the entrance.