Matthew Brown has spent decades immersed in the history of his state and town, both through his work and as a member of several organizations devoted to preserving historical buildings. Brown is undertaking the pricey renovation of a historic Person Street house in downtown Raleigh that he recently bought from the state.
Matthew Brown has spent decades immersed in the history of his state and town, both through his work and as a member of several organizations devoted to preserving historical buildings. Brown is undertaking the pricey renovation of a historic Person Street house in downtown Raleigh that he recently bought from the state. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
Matthew Brown has spent decades immersed in the history of his state and town, both through his work and as a member of several organizations devoted to preserving historical buildings. Brown is undertaking the pricey renovation of a historic Person Street house in downtown Raleigh that he recently bought from the state. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

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