Maxine Luts, Historic Beaufort Foundation executive director, sits in the basement of the restored portion of the Verdier House on Bay Street on March 10, 2014.  The Historic Beaufort Foundation is launching a fundraising campaign for continued renovations of the Verdier House so more of it can be opened to the public and included in tours. That includes the addition of an interactive tour feature with local historian Larry Rowland recording audio to be played for visitors.
Maxine Luts, Historic Beaufort Foundation executive director, sits in the basement of the restored portion of the Verdier House on Bay Street on March 10, 2014. The Historic Beaufort Foundation is launching a fundraising campaign for continued renovations of the Verdier House so more of it can be opened to the public and included in tours. That includes the addition of an interactive tour feature with local historian Larry Rowland recording audio to be played for visitors. Staff photo
Maxine Luts, Historic Beaufort Foundation executive director, sits in the basement of the restored portion of the Verdier House on Bay Street on March 10, 2014. The Historic Beaufort Foundation is launching a fundraising campaign for continued renovations of the Verdier House so more of it can be opened to the public and included in tours. That includes the addition of an interactive tour feature with local historian Larry Rowland recording audio to be played for visitors. Staff photo

Verdier House to be restored, undergo technology upgrade

March 10, 2014 8:10 PM

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