Museum storm windows restored

Elodie Reed

By Elodie Reed

Staff Writer

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From right, Ron Wanamaker (with back to camera) of Wanamaker Restoration, St. Albans Historical Society President John Newton and local consultant engineer Peter Cross stand in a cherry picker looking at the new storm windows on the exterior of the third floor of the St. Albans Historical Museum last Wednesday. Wanamaker and his co-worker, Brian Verville, restored 14 windows on the top story of the museum over the course of two days. According to museum director Alex Lehning, the cost of the project – $16,000 – was completely funded by members and community supporters.

  • Jeff

    A big thank you to all in our community who have and continue to contribute to our great museum. It has become a nice community asset.