Purchase prints of State Capitol in Winter and other watercolors of the Capitol by artist Brenda Behr


Purchase prints of the capitol by fine art photographer John Mark Hall


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The North Carolina State Capitol Foundation has developed a unique line of merchandise that incorporates important and memorable attributes of the Capitol building. If you are looking for a unique gift or want to commemorate your visit to the Capitol, we have something for everyone. We hope our products peak your interest and rest assured we guarantee the quality of our products. We need your support in helping fund the Foundation's mission. Proceeds from every purchase go directly to supporting the goals and projects of the North Carolina State Capitol Foundation. Shop and Support Today!

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The North Carolina State Capitol softcover book

By John L. Sanders. Photographs by John M. Hall

This 47-page book features photographs of the interior and exterior of the State Capitol by Hall, an architectural photographer and North Carolina native who lives in New York.

John L. Sanders wrote the book's text, which includes details on the history and function of the State Capitol from its opening in 1840 to the present day. His interest in the State Capitol goes back to a term paper he wrote while he was an undergraduate at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Emma and the Civil Warrior - Hard Cover

The events of the occupation of Raleigh by Union forces in 1865 in a story based on a twelve year old named Emma Graham. An interesting book to give a young girl this Christmas!

Emma and the Civil Warrior - Soft Cover

The events of the occupation of Raleigh by Union forces in 1865 in a story based on a twelve year old named Emma Graham. An interesting book to give a young girl this Christmas!

Capitol 'On the Rocks' Glassware

North Carolina's State Capitol and the date is embossed on this glass. It is an "on the rocks" sized glass. A set of 4 would make a nice gift for that special person!

Elizabeth Verner Print

This is a print of a Pen and Ink etching of NC's State Capitol building. The artist, Elizabeth O'Neill Verner was born in Charleston, SC in 1883 and lived there until her death in 1979. After the death of her husband in the 1920's, she used her art to help support her family.

A Romantic Architect in Antebellum North Carolina: The Works of Alexander Jackson Davis

This book represents the combined efforts of several years' careful research and thoughtful writing on the part of its' authors, Edward T. Davis and John L. Sanders.

William Mangum Notecards

These notecards showcase a William Mangum painting and features North Carolina's State Capitol in the spring. Each set contains 8 cards and envelopes.

Solid Oak Bottle Stoppers

These are made from an Oak tree from the North Carolina State Capitol grounds. They are suitable for wine or any beverage. They make great stocking stuffers.

Solid Oak Bottle Stoppers (5 - 8)

These bottle stoppers are suitable for any beverage. They are made from the oak of State Capitol tree. They make perfect stocking stuffers.

Miniature Reproduction of the 1841 Horton & Waller Lithograph Frame and its' print "Canova's Statue of General George Washington"

The miniature lithograph and frame are pictured on the desk in the North Carolina's Old Senate Chamber. You can see the original on the wall above it. This original hung in the Senate Chamber from 1840 - 1948. In 1948, it was transferred to the "Hall of History" (now the NC Museum of History) It was discovered in the portrait storage area of the Museum of History and was restored in 1985-1986 and rehung in the Old Senate Chamber. It is considered one of the finest Greek Revival frames and the only known example of work by Horton & Waller.

NC State Capitol Mousepad

A high quality mousepad that shows an aerial view of North Carolina's State Capitol building.

William Mangum Treasure Box

This cherry keepsake art box is inlaid with a reproduction of William Mangum's rendition of the building and grounds of North Carolina's State Captiol building in the spring.

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