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  • Marker: L-60

    Described by architectural historian Thomas T. Waterman as the "noblest of the North Carolina stone houses," the building remained the home of the Braun family until 1911 when it was sold to Benjamin Sumner. In 1959 the Rowan Museum purchased it, and the former domicile became a .

  • Smithsonian Institution Courtyard | Foster + Partners

    The Smithsonian Institution occupies the former United States Patent Building, once described by the poet Walt Whitman as 'the noblest of Washington buildings'. Built between 1836 and 1867, the Patent Building is the finest example of Greek Revival architecture in the United States and a celebrated part of the capital's urban fabric.

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