Jane Conolly, superintendent of Carvers Creek State Park, stands before the James Stillman Rockefeller house. The park is to receive $5.7 million in bond money, part of which will be used to turn the house into a visitor center.
Jane Conolly, superintendent of Carvers Creek State Park, stands before the James Stillman Rockefeller house. The park is to receive $5.7 million in bond money, part of which will be used to turn the house into a visitor center. N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation
Jane Conolly, superintendent of Carvers Creek State Park, stands before the James Stillman Rockefeller house. The park is to receive $5.7 million in bond money, part of which will be used to turn the house into a visitor center. N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation

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