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Historical NameThe Solomon Weil and the Henry Weil Houses

Year Built1875
Building Type

Address200 and 204 W. Chestnut Street

Current Nameunknown

Name of Builder 1G.S.H.ApplegetArchitect

Name of Builder 2

Name of Builder 3


DescriptionTwin frame Italianate houses built for brothers Solomon and Henry Weil, German Jews who

came to Goldsboro by way of Baltimore, leaders in business and civic affairs in the town for

several decades.



SignificanceThe Weil brothers were among the first Jewish settlers in Goldsboro. Threatened for demolition

for a parking lot was saved and restored by a coalition of local preservationists.

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