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Spafford House renovations in Perrysburg

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The Spafford House, now the Perrysburg Area Historic Museum.

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A 1937 Plymouth in front of the Spafford House, now the Perrysburg Area Historic Museum. The car is owned by Jim Mackiewicz, historic craftsman on the renovation.

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The orginal fireplace and a window into the original timbers in the judge's office/research library on the first floor.

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Kim Klewer, of Perrysburg, left, speaks with Phyllis Morton, 1st vice president, Perrysburg Area Historic Museum, in the judge's office/research library on the first floor.

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A candlebra, one of two built for the museum, in the judge's office/research library on the first floor.

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The front door lock on the inside of the house.

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Richard Baranowski, of Perrysburg, and a member of the Perrysburg Area Historic Museum (PAHM), left, and J.D. Justus, of Perrysburg, the construction liaison for PAHM, discuss the walnut trim in the keeping room.

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Richard Baranowski, of Perrysburg, and a member of the Perrysburg Area Historic Museum (PAHM), left, and J.D. Justus, of Perrysburg, the construction liaison for PAHM, in the keeping room.

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Looking down from the second floor to the first.

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Original woodwork of the second floor.

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The stairs to the attic on the third floor.

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David Hoffmann, of Perrysburg and of the Perrysburg Area Historic Museum (PAHM), left, Frank Butwin, a board member of PAHM, center, and Ken Hoover, of Harrison Township, Michigan in a room on the second floor.

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