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Last December, the Tusculum Institute received a grant from the Roller-Bottimore Foundation. The money, along with matching donations, was used to curate the historic, wooden materials from the Tusculum house. Jon Cesafsky and his crew from LoneJack Construction began work on the materials this past fall. They anticipate wrapping up the repairs in February 2012.
Last term, as part of her arts management practicum, Maddie Hodges '13 learned restoration techniques from the crew and created a 10-minute video that explains some of the steps that are required to repair 250-year old wood and 18th-century window panes. Her video is accessible through the Tusculum website. A second arts management student, Ann Roach '13, is working with Professor Karol Lawson and Nancy McDearmon to design a new exhibit about Tusculum, which opens March 7 in the Sweet Briar College Museum. A third student, recent graduate Vera Schooler '12, assisted archaeologists with a new exhibit titled 'Everyday History: Archaeological and Historical Artifacts from the Sweet Briar Collections,' also opening in March. In the fall, Schooler cataloged artifacts exacavated from Tusculum's lawn in the 1990s by Professor Claudia Chang and in 2006 by a team of archaeologists from the College of William & Mary (just before the house was dismantled and moved).

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Above: Dave Smith, LoneJack Construction, demonstrates techniques for restoring historic building materials. L to R: Applying penetrol to protect wood; checking for termite damage (seen in the beam) and preparing the beam for replacement pieces; cleaning window sashes and repairing broken glass.

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