A crew from River Valley Home Improvement peel three layers
of asphalt roofing off the Farmington Historical Society’s Titcomb
House at Academy and High streets on Tuesday. The layers reveal what’s probably
the original cedar shake roofing,  worker Dale Bowen said. The crew is
reroofing the house and garage. The wooden birdhouse that was atop the
garage was taken down to be refurnished by the society, he said. On the
roof are Rusty Metze of Carthage, Dale Bowen Jr. and Dale Bowen of
Mexico, who have spent eight days working on the roof and expect to spend several more.

A crew from River Valley Home Improvement peel three layers
of asphalt roofing off the Farmington Historical Society’s Titcomb
House at Academy and High streets on Tuesday. The layers reveal what’s probably
the original cedar shake roofing,  worker Dale Bowen said. The crew is
reroofing the house and garage. The wooden birdhouse that was atop the
garage was taken down to be refurnished by the society, he said. On the
roof are Rusty Metze of Carthage, Dale Bowen Jr. and Dale Bowen of
Mexico, who have spent eight days working on the roof and expect to spend several more.

A crew from River Valley Home Improvement peel three layers
of asphalt roofing off the Farmington Historical Society’s Titcomb
House at Academy and High streets on Tuesday. The layers reveal what’s probably
the original cedar shake roofing,  worker Dale Bowen said. The crew is
reroofing the house and garage. The wooden birdhouse that was atop the
garage was taken down to be refurnished by the society, he said. On the
roof are Rusty Metze of Carthage, Dale Bowen Jr. and Dale Bowen of
Mexico, who have spent eight days working on the roof and expect to spend several more.


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