Two of them, in the 1970s and 1990s, restored the house.
He restored the house and opened it to the public in 1914.
They thought it would take a great deal of money to restore the 14-room house.
They restored the house over several years and lived there until his death in 1963.
They spent almost a year restoring the house, and opened the museum in 1984.
In 1984, he restored the lower house, for which elections were held.
They restore the house, and put it up for sale.
Almost a million dollars restored the house to its 1949 appearance in 1990.
She restored the house and lived in it with her two sisters until 1970.
Since the fire, extensive work has taken place to restore the house and it is now used as a family home.