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Guilford Women in Architecture
November 18, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Throughout its 250-year history, women have had a role in commissioning, designing, and preserving Guilford County’s architecture and built environment. Exemplified by the campus commissions for Greensboro College and Bennett College for Women, to the famous hotel of Nannie Kilby in High Point, to the preservation of the Weir-Jordan House in Greensboro, women have shaped and influenced our city and contributed to our special sense of place.
Public historian Sonya Laney Davis will make this presentation. Sonya received her Bachelors in History from NCSU and a Masters in History with a concentration in Museum Studies from UNCG. As a historical research consultant with Gate City Preservation, Sonya also serves on the executive board of the North Carolina Museums Council. This event will debut on PGI’s Facebook and YouTube pages on Thursday, November 18 at 6 pm and is free to the public as part of our year-long monthly series celebrating Guilford County’s 250th birthday!
In order to watch this special presentation, please check our Youtube page or our Facebook page after 6pm November 18th.
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