Frank Couch, operation manager for the Culture & Heritage Museums, looks at the back of Hightower Hall at Historic Brattonsville. The brick steps are to replaced with wood that was original to the 1850's-era villa. Work on the villa's windows, doors and shutters is being hurried along by a $20,000 state preservation grant helping to fund the $98,000 project.
Frank Couch, operation manager for the Culture & Heritage Museums, looks at the back of Hightower Hall at Historic Brattonsville. The brick steps are to replaced with wood that was original to the 1850's-era villa. Work on the villa's windows, doors and shutters is being hurried along by a $20,000 state preservation grant helping to fund the $98,000 project.
Frank Couch, operation manager for the Culture & Heritage Museums, looks at the back of Hightower Hall at Historic Brattonsville. The brick steps are to replaced with wood that was original to the 1850's-era villa. Work on the villa's windows, doors and shutters is being hurried along by a $20,000 state preservation grant helping to fund the $98,000 project.

In a rush to restore Hightower Hall

September 30, 2007 11:25 PM

UPDATED September 30, 2007 11:29 PM

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