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Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! And all the best for 2014!

Fayetteville St, Raleigh, NC Christmas Decorations, 1938_web

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you from the Goodnight Raleigh staff. We wish you all the best for a happy and wholesome New Year.

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The Raleigh Building: the Short Story of a Tall Building

photo by Ian FG Dunn

photo by Ian F.G. Dunn

“The Raleigh Building, the Raleigh Building, that’s all he talks about.” My mother rolled her eyes as she lamented my father’s closing moments. She was right: until he bid his final good night to Raleigh, Bob Wollman was synonymous with the Raleigh Building. It was his dominion, just as it had been his father’s. From leaseholder to secretary, everyone in that building could count on him to cater to their needs and provide for their comfort in every season.

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NC State in Downtown Raleigh

Photograph by Bryan Regan

In light of NC State’s Sweet 16 appearance tonight, Sir Walter Raleigh is showing his loyalty by wearing a jersey.

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    • betsy kanas garrard: to charleen belton. I just went to our easter reunion. Richard Newton was there. still alive and...
    • Jerry Roberson: My name is Jerry Roberson my brother terry lived there from 1970 till graduation. Every one there was...
    • LJG: I saw that Robin Trower show also. Was 1984 or 1985.
    • Lee Brock: I was at the pier the night after John Lennon was killed all the area musicians came out and played...
    • Louis Gerics: Just stumbled on this article today. NCSU is going to renovate the first floor soon and is doing...
    • Terry: Back in 1975-76 I worked at the from door at the Skyline nightclub. My room mate was the manager and I think I...
    • Renee: Thank you for preserving the beautiful stories of our old houses! Your passion for history will make them live...
    • Sharon Jones: My father was the Barber there located i. The basement. His name was Willard Lowery


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