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Preservation

This image shows a shoring post in the basement below the portico. There are ten of these posts in the basement, two below each of five concrete beams that currently…

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Preservation, Research, Staff

Trish Smith, Curator of Historic Architectural Resources, Attends Conference on 3D Visualization Technology   Pompeii, Versailles, Karnak, the Roman Forum. Would you believe that all of these places share an exciting…

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Preservation

Here’s a Throwback Thursday photo from 2007 showing preservation specialist Paul Woodward cleaning debris behind the entablature while it was being repaired in the withdrawing room.

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Preservation, Research

In celebration of Preservation Month, we are posting a series of preservation-related frequently asked questions. Do you have a question for our preservation department? Please comment below and your question…

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Preservation, Research

In celebration of Preservation Month, we are posting a series of preservation-related frequently asked questions. Do you have a question for our preservation department? Please comment below and your question could…

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Breaking News, Conservation, Preservation, Research

A recent article in The Post & Courier shows how dendrochronology, or tree-ring dating, gives insight into how long it took to build Drayton Hall. Michael Worthington of Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory…

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