The Delany House at the corner of East Lane and North State streets could be demolished if restoration plans are not approved. Home to Dr. Lemuel Delany until his death in 1956, it housed many prominent black leaders and musicians when Raleigh hotels were segregated.
The Delany House at the corner of East Lane and North State streets could be demolished if restoration plans are not approved. Home to Dr. Lemuel Delany until his death in 1956, it housed many prominent black leaders and musicians when Raleigh hotels were segregated. Josh Shaffer
The Delany House at the corner of East Lane and North State streets could be demolished if restoration plans are not approved. Home to Dr. Lemuel Delany until his death in 1956, it housed many prominent black leaders and musicians when Raleigh hotels were segregated. Josh Shaffer

Duke Ellington and W.E.B. DuBois stayed here. Could these houses be demolished?

January 25, 2017 5:51 PM

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