Can you help?You don't need to know everything, but do you know their date of birth? Or, just the year?Log in or register and you can edit this. Related as a builder 1552 Hermitage Court 1999 William Branson House. Picturesque 2-story Colonial Revival-style house. The main 2-story block has a side-gable slate roof, exterior end stone chimney, and an entrance set in a shed stone bay, with an ornate pilastered surround. In the angle between the façade and entrance shed is a bay window with a concave roof. At left is a French door... Read More 702 W. Cobb St. - Fuller-Freelon House (2010 - Courtesy Will Fuller) (From the Morehead Hill NR listing; not verified for accurarcy.) An excellent example of the fully developed Colonial Revival style with its Federal exterior and elegantly appointed Adamesque interior. Instead of the typical glazed surround, the two-story frame house with one-story wings at each end has a carved, shell... Read More 400 Macon Street 12.07.11 Faintly visible on the front of the building is "Geo. W. Kane ; Storage...." George W. Kane was a prolific Durham builder, and Sanborn maps confirm that this building was extant and used as building material storage by 1937. Read More Hill Building / CCB Building / Suntrust Building Designed by Empire State Building architects Shreve, Lamb, and Harmon for banker John Sprunt Hill, the Hill Building is one of the most iconic in Durham Read More Brogden Middle School Brogen Middle School was built in the late 1950s, opening in 1959. An unidentified homesite stood on the land prior to the construction of the school. "Ruins on Site of Brogden High School", 12.10.47 (Courtesy The Herald-Sun Newspaper) "Ruins on Site of Brogden High School", 12.10.47 (Courtesy The Herald-Sun Newspaper) "Ruins on Site of Brogden... Read More Snow Building (1930, Photograph by Albert Barden, collection available online at State Archives of North Carolina) The Snow Building was one of a 'second wave' of more impressive commercial structures to be built at Five Points. Situated between the core of downtown (Main between Church and Corcoran) and the Duke Factory, the Five Points area initially consisted... Read More Log in or register to post comments Add new comment Log in or register to post comments.