State Historic Preservation Office
May 18, 2012
(Below transcribed, for easier reading, from an original copy)
From: John P. Wood – North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office
To: Victor Flow
Richard Hall – Joyce & Assoc. Construction, Inc.
Kyle Garner – Town Planner
SUBJECT: Duncan House, 105 Front Street, Beaufort, Carteret County
At the request of Mr. Flow and his representative, on May 3, 2012, Claudia Brown, Scott Power, Reid Thomas and I met for approximately three hours onsite with Richard Hall at the Duncan House in Beaufort. Town Planner Kyle Garner was also present. The purpose of the meeting was to examine the condition and integrity of the building. The Duncan House is a contributing property in the National Register-listed Beaufort Historic District. On-site inspection consisted of visual examination of the exterior of the building, the interior rooms and the attic. Where accessible, spaces behind the attic knee walls and the crawl space were also examined. Digital photographs of these spaces were taken and copies of these photographs have been provided to Mr. Hall and Mr. Garner in CD format.
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