One of Asheville's best and hidden attractions. It's a NC State museum and inexpensive. The house is the best introduction to life in the early decades of the 20th century I know of anywhere. It's like going back in time to visit with great-grandmother. Located just west of the Renaissance Hotel and south of the I-240 bypass it is the last of a number of similar houses. Wolfe wrote a "tell it all" novel _Look Homeward Angel_ about his growing up in early 20th century Asheville and many of his possessions including his dinner jacket and his very large shoes are in the attractive small museum next to the house.
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