Books

North Carolina Architecture – Local Pickup

North Carolina Architecture – Local Pickup

For a limited time, Preservation NC is offering a special rate on its award-winning 50th Anniversary publication, North Carolina Architecture by Catherine Bishir. This gorgeous coffee table book tells the history of the state through its buildings and features timeless images by noted architectural photographer Tim Buchman.

A special rate of $48 (includes tax) is being offered.

To take advantage of this option, you must be willing to pick the book up from our headquarters location in downtown Raleigh (220 Fayetteville Street, Suite 200). Please coordinate with our staff by emailing cgoodlett@presnc.org to coordinate a pickup time.

$48.00
North Carolina Architecture

North Carolina Architecture

For a limited time, Preservation NC is offering a special rate on its award-winning 50th Anniversary publication, North Carolina Architecture by Catherine Bishir. This gorgeous coffee table book tells the history of the state through its buildings and features timeless images by noted architectural photographer Tim Buchman.  Books are $60 each which includes tax, shipping and handling.

$60.00
Cameron Park, A Remote Retreat on Hillsboro Street, 1910 to 2010 – Local Pickup

Cameron Park, A Remote Retreat on Hillsboro Street, 1910 to 2010 – Local Pickup

Published in the fall of 2014, this book covers a 100-year span in the Raleigh neighborhood of Cameron Park. Written by accomplished historian Ruth Little, with photographs by David Strevel, this charming book contains a richly illustrated narrative about Cameron Park and its residents through its first century. The purchase price of $15 includes tax. To take advantage of this option, you must be able to pick up the book at our downtown Raleigh headquarters location. Please coordinate pickup with our staff by emailing cgoodlett@presnc.org.

$15.00
Cameron Park, A Remote Retreat on Hillsboro Street, 1910 to 2010

Cameron Park, A Remote Retreat on Hillsboro Street, 1910 to 2010

Published in the fall of 2014, this book covers a 100-year span in the Raleigh neighborhood of Cameron Park. Written by accomplished historian Ruth Little, with photographs by David Strevel, this charming book contains a richly illustrated narrative about Cameron Park and its residents through its first century. The purchase price of $20 includes tax, shipping and handling.

$20.00