BPR story features Patton documents
Blue Ridge Public Radio did a story this week on the historic documents found in the ceiling of the Patton-Parker House during renovations last year. The documents provide glimpses of Asheville’s past through records of the Patton family, which played an influential role in various areas of the city’s history.
The documents have since been donated to Pack Memorial Library in downtown Asheville, and pictures of a few of the pieces are displayed throughout the building at Siemens Family Law Group.
The story, along with a slideshow featuring some of the donated documents, is available on the Blue Ridge Public Radio site: Historic Patton Documents Find New Home at Pack Library.