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Historical Society hears about restoration

Tahoe Daily Tribune

Provided to the Tahoe Daily TribuneThe Ehrman Mansion, also known as the Pine Lodge, will be the subject of a slide presentation by Bill Lindeman during the Lake Tahoe Historical Society meeting next Wednesday at Camp Richardson Resort.

The Lake Tahoe Historical Society will conduct its annual meeting at 7 p.m. April 2 in the lodge at Camp Richardson Resort on Highway 89. The meeting will start with a brief session in which the membership will vote on the board of directors. Admission is free and refreshments will be served.

The featured speaker will be Bill Lindeman, district interpretive specialist for the Sierra District of the California Department of Parks and Recreation. He will present information on the restoration of the Pine Lodge, also known as the Ehrman Mansion at Sugar Point Park. 2003 is the 100th year anniversary of occupation of the mansion and the California Sate Park Department has been working to restore the original furnishings of the lodge, especially in the living room, to the 1903 period. Lindeman will make a slide presentation and speak about the discovery process or original materials for the restoration.

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