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Storm, tree damage Henderson Hall

January 31, 2013

WILLIAMSTOWN — A storm that that blew through the region Wednesday morning toppled a tree at Henderson Hall, destroying a fence and damaging the historic building. The storm hit around 9:30 a.m....

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Feb-02-13 12:20 AM

why don't they get the garden people from williamstownto do some period landscaping ... they do wonderous work just look at the armstrong flower garden

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Jan-31-13 7:51 PM

He really is a horrible person who has downright ruined the place! Oil derricks and ugly cabins with TIN roofs?! I mean really?!? Mr. Ralston is probably flipping in his grave wondering WHY he ever chose to leave the Hall to the Oil & Gas Museum! Makes me sick...

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Jan-31-13 3:55 PM

Guess maybe the tree falling on the fence was Gods way of saying what an ugly and "modern" style fence you put around such a historical place such as Henderson Hall. Seems to me and many others the fence should have been a period fence that would have matched the historic structure...just sayin' Also, the tree looks as though it was rotten? I know many insurance companies do not cover damage caused by a rotten tree coming down in a windstorm.

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Jan-31-13 9:17 AM

Just glad the damage wasn't worse. My boyfriend and I were just there last month, and I love that place.

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Jan-31-13 8:25 AM

i hate to bust your bubble but the windows have been broken since at least June of 2012 with birds making their homes in the house and the shutters have been down since before that. i suppose he is going to try to claim this on the insurance!

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