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"One of Horace Williams’s best students, Thomas Wolfe, was also for a spell a renter of Dr. Battle’s. Wolfe stayed in a small cottage on the grounds of Senlac, now the Baptist Student Union, very close to the sandy boulder that marks the westernmost point of the park, and it was Wolfe who later wrote of Chapel Hill that “the wilderness crept up to it like a beast.”

--Bland Simpson, an excerpt from 27 Views of Chapel Hill, Eno Publishers

 

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