It began with a simple home improvement project adding insulation to a bedroom closet wall to improve energy efficiency in an old 1920s farmhouse. Once the plaster and lathe had been removed, the homeowners found a few historic surprises waiting for them. Artifacts that would lead to an interesting hunt through history.
If Walls Could Talk – Pearson Family Story
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