Outhouse elevations, David A. Barnes House, Hertford County, North Carolina
David A. Barnes House (Murfreesboro, N.C.)
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- Outhouse elevations, David A. Barnes House, Hertford County, North Carolina
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- Original Format:
- scale: 1/2 in. = 1 ft.; 483mm x 610mm
- Item identifier:
- Harrell, Hank more info on Harrell, Hank
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Elevations (architectural drawings)
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- 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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Building: Barnes, David A. House (Murfreesboro, Hertford County, North Carolina)
- Holt, Jacob W., 1811-1880 more info on Holt, Jacob W., 1811-1880
- Davis, Alexander Jackson, 1803-1892 more info on Davis, Alexander Jackson, 1803-1892
- Conrad, Joseph more info on Conrad, Joseph
- Conrad, William more info on Conrad, William
- North Carolina
- Provenance note:
- The house was built for David Alexander Barnes, a member of state House of Commons and superior court judge.
- Architectural note:
- Jacob W. Holt functioned as the builder of this home. This house's construction is typical of contractor Holt's style: a center-passage plan, with four rooms per floor. However he adopted decorative features from "Bicknell's Village Builder" so that customers could get "the best and most modern styles." The property is one of Jacob W. Holt's last and most lavishly decorated.