Current Projects

This beautiful historical landmark was built in 1884, and as you can imagine, there is a lot of preserving and restoring that needs to be done. To help us achieve this, we have prioritized projects into categories, based on several factors such as safety, damage control, long-term, ongoing and of course, a wish list.

If you are a homeowner, you understand what goes into repairing and maintaining your home. To preserve and restore a building of this magnitude, we are asking for help from the community, historians, and architectural followers alike, so that future generations can enjoy this historical landmark as well. Below is our Fundraising Categories, with image(s) of the item(s) in need of restoration or repair.

These are a few of our priority projects. As they are completed, we will update this page.

Original to the building, this beautiful stained glass has suffered some recent water damage, and is in need of repair; the first priority on the list.

As you can see by the close-up of the upper part of the window, the casement, molding, and surrounding plaster are damaged.

It is evident in this picture that the plaster at the bottom of the casement, near the top of the unique chair rail, is also in need of repair.

Ongoing and long-term projects, though considered necessary to the restoration of this landmark, are not deemed urgent at this time. However, getting them in the queue is important to prevent further decay or damage.

Much of the concrete surrounding the windows needs repair.

Much of the brick facade needs repointing.