Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Mullanphy Building Foundation Complete

The new foundation for the south side of the Mullanphy Emigrant Home has now been completely poured. This consisted of a completely new foundation for the south wall, and a concrete cap for a portion of the east wall. This will now allow the masons to come in and place concrete block up both the north and south sides. The scaffolding will be going up very soon. The walls will eventually receive face brick, but the focus right now is just getting the openings closed up.

The Mullanphy Preservation Effort has made great progress, but we still are in need of a lot of assistance. To find out how you can help out or just to find out more about The Mullanphy Emigrant Home head over to www. You can also see pictures of all the progress that has been made so far on our Flickr page in the Mullanphy Set.

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