for two years.
like a home.
As in any family album, it’s impossible
for anybody to know everybody. The pictures come with ample text to explain the
less familiar. And it doesn’t pull punches
— William Saunders (class of 1854) was a
worthy soldier and historian — and a chief
organizer of the Klan; Isaac Manning (class
of 1895) was medical school dean for 28
years and lost the job after he fought with
Frank Porter Graham (class of 1909) over
Zogry researched the photos for two
years, and the product is a collaboration
with MacNelly and his boss at 3north
architects of Richmond and Carolyn
Elfland ’ 69, associate vice chancellor for
campus services who oversees a private
company’s management of the inn.
Zogry’s aim was “museum and academic
quality” that still would look like a home.
“The inn had no what we call ‘brand,’ ”
he said, and UNC history was a natural
theme for a place that reflects so much of it.
Public television in North Carolina
was born in a meeting at the inn. Andy
Above, Ken Zogry
’97 has married his
interests in history
and interior design.
In the inn’s sunroom, he hung North
prints by the 18th-
century British naturalist Mark Catesby,
enlarged from originals in rare volumes
in the North Carolina
At left, a peek into
the second floor
Trying to navigate
the exhibit from
is challenging, but
there is a feast
around every corner.