Savannah College of Art and Design historic preservation students Chelsea Guthrie, left, and Whitney Crawford take measurements of the interior of the Baynard Mausoleum at the Zion Chapel of Ease Cemetery on Friday. The students were there to perform a structural survey of the oldest standing structure on Hilton Head Island with an eye to helping the Heritage Library and Geneology Center preserve the decaying crypt.
Savannah College of Art and Design historic preservation students Chelsea Guthrie, left, and Whitney Crawford take measurements of the interior of the Baynard Mausoleum at the Zion Chapel of Ease Cemetery on Friday. The students were there to perform a structural survey of the oldest standing structure on Hilton Head Island with an eye to helping the Heritage Library and Geneology Center preserve the decaying crypt. Jay Karr
Savannah College of Art and Design historic preservation students Chelsea Guthrie, left, and Whitney Crawford take measurements of the interior of the Baynard Mausoleum at the Zion Chapel of Ease Cemetery on Friday. The students were there to perform a structural survey of the oldest standing structure on Hilton Head Island with an eye to helping the Heritage Library and Geneology Center preserve the decaying crypt. Jay Karr

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May 17, 2013 02:18 PM

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