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Thu December 1, 2005
Librarian Beverly Tetterton on Wilmington's Preservation History
Almost anyone who's researched a historic house in Wilmington knows that librarian Beverly Tetterton is the woman to call. Tetterton's encyclopedia knowledge of the area's architecture, and the struggles of its preservation movement, is now available in book form. She sat down with WHQR's Megan Williams to talk about the work, "Wilmington: Lost But Not Forgotten."
By Megan V. Williams
Wilmington, NC, December 2, 2005 – Beverly Tetterton is a librarian with the New Hanover County Public Library in Wilmington and chairs the historic plaque committee for the Historic Wilmington Foundation. Her new book, "Wilmington: Lost But Not Forgotten," is based on material from programs presented to Historic Wilmington Foundation.