Residential Architect Magazine: North Carolina’s Early Designing Women Rediscovered

by Stephani L. Miller

While George Smart, founder and executive director of the modernist design archive, Triangle Modernist Houses, researched the work of North Carolina architect Elizabeth “Lib” Bobbitt Lee, he found himself wondering: Where were all the other pre-1970s women architects? Lee stood out as the first female graduate of the North Carolina State University School of Design in 1952, but surely there must have been others who followed, he reasoned.

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