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Historic mosaic floor restoration in Kingston, MA

Nov 17, 2016

BSR was honored to be contacted to restore this beautiful lobby floor circa 1898. The mosaic pattern with Greek key border was popular during that time. It is amazing how new it can look after over 100 years with a professional diamond honing and polishing!

The Adams Center, formerly the Frederic C. Adams Public Library is a historic library building at 33 Summer Street in Kingston, Massachusetts. Designed by Joseph Everett Chandler (1864–1945), a major proponent of the Colonial Revival style, the library was built in 1898 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. The building ceased operation as a public library in December 1994, when the Town opened the new Kingston Public Library at 6 Green Street.  After extensive interior and exterior renovation, the Center was rededicated in November 2012 and has since received a Preservation Award from the Massachusetts Historical Commission.

 

 

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