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The Restoration of Bath

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During the early 1940s, ambitious plans were made to transform Bath into a living history town much like Colonial Williamsburg. Bath presented the perfect locale for such a project because it is the oldest incorporated town in North Carolina. By 1941, some of the restoration had already been completed. The state's oldest church building, St. Thomas Episcopal, had just been restored and work begun on restoring the Marsh Home dated to 1744.
The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 9 Issue 20, Oct 1941, p18-19, il