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Iannelli Studios Progress Report

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 11, 2012 01:04 AM
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by Eric last modified Jan 10, 2012

We've been doing our best to keep readers informed of the wonderful work being undertaken by the Kalo Foundation and several generous volunteers to help bring the Iannelli Studios in Park Ridge, IL back to life. I received some photos from the Kalo Foundation of more renovation work being done recently that I thought everyone would enjoy seeing. More after the jump... (New house basement wall; carpenter did stairs over Christmas) (Boy Scout Troop 24...




 

 

Screen shot 2012-01-10 at 10.06.53 AMWe've been doing our best to keep readers informed of the wonderful work being undertaken by the Kalo Foundation and several generous volunteers to help bring the Iannelli Studios in Park Ridge, IL back to life. I received some photos from the Kalo Foundation of more renovation work being done recently that I thought everyone would enjoy seeing. More after the jump...

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(New house basement wall; carpenter did stairs over Christmas)

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(Boy Scout Troop 24 stripping wallpaper and fixing ceiling)

Iannelli wallpaper

(Removing wallpaper and prepping walls)

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(Paper fully removed & west wall patched)

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(Same wall freshly painted = NICE)

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(East wall half done & fountain BEFORE)

Iannelli fountain

(Using electric jack hammer to breakdown fountain)

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(Fountain liner removed)

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(Cleaned & stacked fountain rock ready for new use)

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(North West Highway entrance stripped and ready to be painted)

It's really gratifying to see such amazing progress underway at this historic site. Having toured the place back before it was saved, I can really appreciate the hard work that is going into transforming it back to how it should be. If you'd like to lend a hand to help work at the Iannelli Studios or give some much needed financial support, then please visit the Kalo Foundation's website.

Historic image courtesy Tim Samuelson/all others via Kalo Foundation



 

 

 
 
 

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