Second floor archive room under construction.
New wood flooring installed.

Workers build framework.

Archive room ready for shelving. Air conditioning unit installed.

Main hallway walls ready for sheetrock. Wood door frames stripped and ready for painting.

One of the original first floor fireplaces.

Woodwork on main floor staircase was repaired. Walls were refinished. Restrooms installed.

Second floor will be used for Historical Society storage and work space.

In the basement, restrooms were installed and new ceiling tiles will conceal recently installed wiring system.

Ceiling was stabilized while walls were repaired.

In the main hallway, cracked plaster walls were removed, revealing the original construction of this 1872 A.T. Stewart-era home (often referred to as one of Garden City's original "Apostle" houses). Considering its age, and that the house was relocated twice in his history, it is in remarkably good condition. Following renovation, the structure will become the home of the Garden City Historical Society Museum.