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Published on Nov 25, 2013
Eric Gradoia and M. Jeffrey Baker of Mesick Cohen Wilson Baker Architects explain the process of restoring Emily Dickinson's bedroom as closely as possible to how it looked when she was living in the Homestead from the 1850s through her death in 1886. The restoration is taking place during a double anniversary year at the Emily Dickinson Museum. 2013 marks the 200th anniversary of Emily's house, the Homestead, as well as the 10th anniversary of the museum.