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Winston-Salem native HEATHER FEARNBACH
pursued undergraduate studies in North Carolina, Mexico, New York, and Arizona, and undertook graduate coursework in Tennessee and North Carolina. She returned to her hometown in 2003 and started Fearnbach History Services, Inc., a ﬁrm offering historic resource research, documentation, analysis, and management services, in May 2008. Before that time, Heather served as an architectural historian for Edwards-Pitman Environmental, the North Carolina Department of Transportation, and the Historic Sites Section of the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. She has worked throughout North Carolina and in South Carolina and Tennessee, successfully completing historic architectural surveys and reports for transportation projects; municipal and county architectural surveys; and numerous nominations to the National Register of Historic Places, local historic designation reports, and rehabilitation tax credit applications. Heather is a lecturer in the Art and Design Department and the coordinator of the Historic Preservation Certiﬁcate program at Salem College in Winston-Salem.
ANN VASILIK painted the cityscape on the jacket of this book. A native of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, she now lives in Asheville, North Carolina. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Philadelphia College of Art. Ann has worked as a painter, illustrator, and teacher in Virginia, California, Hawaii, North Carolina, and the Republic of the Philippines. She has had numerous one-woman shows and has received many awards and commissions. Many private and corporate collections contain her work.