This statue of Charles Brantley Aycock was given to the National Statuary Hall Collection by North Carolina in 1932. Aycock’s likeness is displayed today in the U.S. Capitol crypt.
This statue of Charles Brantley Aycock was given to the National Statuary Hall Collection by North Carolina in 1932. Aycock’s likeness is displayed today in the U.S. Capitol crypt. National Statuary Hall Collection
This statue of Charles Brantley Aycock was given to the National Statuary Hall Collection by North Carolina in 1932. Aycock’s likeness is displayed today in the U.S. Capitol crypt. National Statuary Hall Collection
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