10/14/11- Third window, Primed top and bottom sashes, while that was drying, primed the inside of the window runners and exterior sill, installed new ropes and weights, painted 2 finish coats on inside of window runners, put top and bottom sash back in place and put other related window trim back together. Caulked all gaps. While the caulking was setting up I organized all my tools and stuff and started to put the room back together. Then went back and put final finish coat on the entire window. Done. Finished baseboard. Done. Cleaned all glass in windows. These windows are just like new again.
So all the old wallpaper was removed, all doors 3, jambs 3, windows 3, and all baseboard was restored back to it's original condition and walls were made nice for new wallpaper. Ceiling will be replaced soon so I'll be back to paint that and the crown molding.
This house is the property of the Mansfield Historical Society. It's a museum of Mansfield's past. It was built in 1909 by Mansfield author Jennie Copeland. Except for this bedroom that has been restored the rest of the house is as it was in 1909. This house was very well built. It's in very good shape.
With that being said, my job is done here for now. Have a great day.