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Thanks for posting this video. This shows the breadth and width of activities and excitement the Durable Slate Company and Subcontracted crafts-persons / artisans performed to imbue life into this 'grand dame'.
Not to spoil the up coming convention tours the video is a teaser and still many fabulous views vistas and viewpoints are not shown.. especially the mechanical systems delicately shoe horned in position and cleverly concealed.
Besides my bias for the video because I have less gray hair in the video. Rasikas TV did an incredible job on the video. They also created a video for the Meyer-May house in Grand Rapids.
D. Shawn Beckwith
Restoration Project Manager
The Burton J. Westcott House