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Picturing The Past: Stillwell Designed Several County Schools


September 25, 2017

Architect Erle Stillwell designed his first school while he was partners with Hans C. Meyer. The drawings for the classroom building at Blue Ridge School for Boys in Hendersonville are dated February, 1914. After Meyer left Henderson County, Stillwell continued to do work for that school and others. He designed all of the Henderson County public schools from the 1920s through 1950s.

When Henderson County built several schools in the 1960s, they were designed by Six Associates, the Asheville architectural firm of which Stillwell was a founding partner. In addition, Stillwell designed b...

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