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June 22, 2013 2:33 PM

City pledges to preserve historic house in Raleigh's Oberlin community

Passing generations, segregation, integration and the comings and goings of countless neighbors have all changed the Oberlin community over the decades. But the Plummer T. Hall house has stood as a constant, with its Queen Anne design and ornate woodwork a reminder of the area’s prominent place in Raleigh’s African-American history.

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