Then and Now

Boy's Sleeping Porch: 1940's

Public Programs Command Center: 2010

Today’s installment of Then and Now affords another glimpse of our secret staff offices. Originally the shingled home of two hand-carved beds, today’s Public Programs office is the coolest spot in town. Literally.

(“Duh, Lauren, that’s why it was originally used as a sleeping porch.”)

Kate and Melissa have the best view in the house — straight across the back lawn and down to the shores of the Lafayette River.

I promise to write a separate post about the beds very soon, but for now you can check out their conservation profile on our main site by clicking here (scroll to the bottom).


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