JAMES ANDREW (J. A.) MALCOLM JR. AIA (1910-1996)
Malcolm was born in Atlanta and was raised in Fort Smith AR. He attended Notre Dame and received a bachelor's degree in architectural engineering in 1933. Malcolm moved to Raleigh after graduation and married Anna Deluke Boylin of Wadesboro NC in 1935. Moving to Charlotte in 1937, he opened an office in 1939 but was forced to close it during WWII when he worked at the Manhattan Project in Oak Ridge TN. He re-opened the office in 1945. He sold the business in the 1970s to HDR and retired.
1940 - The Charlotte Home of 1940, aka Castlewood, 1464 South Wendover Road, Charlotte NC. Built as the fourth in a series of "unique model homes built and furnished annually by Miss Charlotte, of The Observer, in co-operation with leading local home building, equipment, and furnishing firms." Featured in The Charlotte Observer, 5/5/1940 and 10/20/1940. Sold to Elisha Carter. Destroyed.
1941 - The Charlotte Home of 1941, aka Westinghouse Home, Overhill Road East, Charlotte NC.
1948 - The Brick and Tile House Plan. Brick and Tile Service, Inc. was based in Statesville NC.
1949 - The Brick House Plan No. 310. Plan featured in Carolina Homes, published by Brick and Tile Services, Inc.
1949 - The Clemmie D. and Veva C. Spangler House, 1930 Queens Road West, Charlotte NC. Sold in 1977 to Leon and Sibille H. Olive. Sold in 2006 to Kelly M. and Frederick E. Hopkins III. Sold in 2019 to Summerson E. and Bryan D. Springer.
1950s - The Spencer Love Residence, Charlotte NC. Project architect, William Boone.
1952 - The A. Rhett Gunter Residence, 2127 Radcliffe Avenue, Charlotte NC. Project architect, William Boone. Sold to A. Freeman Edgerton. Sold in 1974 to David L. and Elizabeth G. Vanrensselaer. Sold in 1976 to Robert H. and Delores B. Detloff. Sold in 1977 to Frank J. and Jeannette B. Merchant. Sold in 2007 to Ryan D. and Jennifer M. Clutter. Destroyed in 2008. New house, above, completed in 2009.
1952 - The J. H. Martin Residence. Project architect, William Boone.
1952 - The James Overton Residence. Project architect, William Boone.
1952 - The Thomas Bernard Autrey Jr. and Helen Autrey Residence, 325 McAlway Road, Charlotte NC. Project architect, William Boone. Sold in 1972 to Scarlett and Leston T. Funderburk Jr., still owners as of 2022.
1952 - The Thomas Bernard Autrey Sr. and Gertrude Autrey House, 617 McAlway Road, Charlotte NC. Designed while at Malcolm Architects. Built in the same style as 325 McAlway. Sold about 1960 to Martin J. Rudinoff. Sold to Elizabeth S. Jenkins. Sold in 1986 to Mark A. and Evelyn C. Woodruff. Sold in 1989 to Jeffrey D. Smith. Sold in 2015 to Bella Bee Homes, LLC. Sold in 2017 to Joseph E. Borgese. Has been remodeled.
1953 - The Ralph Connor Residence. Project architect, William Boone.
1953 - The Emmett and Henrietta M. Wilkinson House, 224 Shasta Lane, Charlotte NC. Project architect, William Boone. The site's address was 230 Sardis Road Circle until 1960. Sold in 1985 to Maurice D. and Brenda A. McIntosh. Sold in 1998 to Raymond L. and Deborah A. Krzyzaniak.
1953 - The George R. and Dorothy Jones Smith House, aka GE Hotpoint House of the Future, 3445 Sharon Road, Charlotte NC. Project architect, William Boone. At the time, it was state of the art for appliances. Deeded in 2002 to Dorothy Jones Smith, LLC. Sold in 2018 to Caprock, LLC.
1954 - The Bela and Ruby D. Udvarnoki House, 609 Woodridge Drive, Murfreesboro NC. Sold in 1996 to Joe David and Betsy McGee McLean. Sold in 2012 to WRB Rentals, Inc.
1954 - The J. C. Jones Residence. Project architect, William Boone.
1954 - The Edward J. and Marie West Renovation, 2201 Hastings Drive, Charlotte NC. Project architect, William Boone. Original house built in 1949. Deeded to Ann Mason Neill in 1990. Sold in 2015 to Kelly and Michelle Frenzel. Destroyed in 2015. New house built, bottom photo.
1954 - The John W. and Betsy Heinz House, 4622 General Pershing Drive, Charlotte NC. Project architect, William Boone. Commissioned 1952. Sold in 1956 to Cecil A. and Juanita R. Searcy. Sold in 1970 to Donald R. and Pamela B. Miller. Sold in 2013 to The Resident Experts, Inc. Sold in 2014 to James S. and Sarah E. Hasty. Sold in 2016 to Brian James and Rachel S. Fishback.
1957 - The Albert G. and Dorothy Segal House, 810 Colville Road, Charlotte NC. Project architect, William Boone. Deeded in 1981 to Linda A. and Jerry Segal. Sold in 1996 to Sarah Belk Gambrell. Sold in 1999 to B. D. and Patricia A. Rodgers. Sold in 2008 to William B. and Sharon L. Allen.
Year unknown - The Williams Residence, Charlotte NC.
Year unknown - The Thompson Residence, Wilmington NC.
Year unknown - The Bristol Residence, Bristol VA.
Sources include: James B. Malcolm; Mecklenburg County property records; Charlotte City Directories.