Poe House Plaster Project

Poe House Restore

The Edgar Allan Poe House recently underwent interior renovations by DGS. The FMD Environmental Unit oversaw stabilization and painting of the historic plaster that had been damaged by a steam pipe leak. This National Historic Landmark is now looking great and is back open to visitors from around the world who come to learn about Poe and his work. Thank you to John Ward and the rest of the Environment Unit staff for their hard work!

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