Historic Brickwork in the Attic of the Old Governor's Mansion
Restored brickwork frames the pediment inside the attic.
An example of the new climate control systems and steel support structures inside the attic.
Restoration in the bedroom areas. The walls have been rebuilt and reconfigured back to their historic orientation.
Restoration work on the damaged brick in the Third Floor Bedroom Areas.
Restored c1839 window sashes in crating. These will be reinstalled toward the end of this phase of the restoration.
Rediscovered granite support foundations in the basement kitchen with supported a series of cooking stoves.
An example of the historic inverted arch brick supports discovered in the basement kitchen. The black coloration is due to a waterproofing compound applied in the 1960s renovation.
An example of the duct work and climate control trenches being built underneath the Mansion.
The restored brickwork inside the Steward's Storage Room in the Mansion's basement area.
A unique glimpse of the support and brick works underneath the hidden servant staircase.
Examples of the ongoing stucco repair and restoration on the Mansion's exterior.
Historic Brick repair and restoration inside the Attic.
An example of the intermingling of historic and new wood inside the restored attic staircase landing.
The restored and reconfigured attic staircase.