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A lean-to shelter that has masked the front of the Chestnut Street Log Cabin through much of the winter, protecting repairs made to logs in the fall of 2014, is expected to be coming down soon. Restoration continues on the 1 1/2 story architectural treasure, believed to be one of the original 220 homes built in the original city plan by Lebanon's founder, George Steitz. The home was nearly lost to history 40 years ago when the house was scheduled for demolition. The logs were discovered when clapboard siding was removed, the city purchased the building and turned care over to the Historic Preservation Trust of Lebanon County. Tom Blauch gets a birds eye view of Chestnut while working on the cabin earlier this week. Boards that are in bad condition are being removed and or replaced during the restoration. Michael K. Dakota - Lebanon Daily News

A lean-to shelter that has masked the front of the Chestnut Street Log Cabin through much of the winter, protecting repairs made to logs in the fall of 2014, is expected to be coming down soon. Restoration continues on the 1 1/2 story architectural treasure, believed to be one of the original 220 homes built in the original city plan by Lebanon's founder, George Steitz. The home was nearly lost to history 40 years ago when the house was scheduled for demolition. The logs were discovered when clapboard siding was removed, the city purchased the building and turned care over to the Historic Preservation Trust of Lebanon County. Tom Blauch gets a birds eye view of Chestnut while working on the cabin earlier this week. Boards that are in bad condition are being removed and or replaced during the restoration. Michael K. Dakota - Lebanon Daily News

A leanto shelter that has masked the front of the Chestnut Street Log Cabin through much of the winterprotecting repairs made to logs in the fall of 2014is expected to be coming down soon. Restoration continues on the 1 12 story architectural treasurebelieved to be one of the original 220 homes built in the orignal city plan by Lebanon's founderGeorge Steitz. The home was nearly lost to history 40 years ago when the house was scheduled for demolition. The logs were discovered when clapboard siding was removedthe city purchased the building and turned care over to the Hisotric Preservation Trust of Lebanon County. Tom Blauch gets a birds eye view of Chestnut while working on the cabin earlier this week. Boards that were in bad condition are being removed and or replaced during the restoration. Michael K. Dakota Lebanon Daily News