Tales of Restoration

Episode WCT-1312H

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First, Marsha and Butch Hawn from Pittman, NJ, had history literally hanging from the woodwork in their 1796 farmhouse. With a little elbow grease and a lot of research, the Hawns updated their home and its history. Next, in Anchorage, Alaska, Susan and Mark Lutz bought a home that doubled as a construction site. They cleaned up the place and in the process found interesting clues about the homeowner, who lead a double life. Then, secret codes lead Joyce and Don Robinson to decipher the Quaker family who once owned their 1859 farmhouse in Mooreville, Ind. Finally, in Moorhead, Minn., Lori and Tony Scheving bought their 1913 farmhouse packed with pieces that lead to a discovery of a tragedy that resulted in a happy ending.

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