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Bush House renovations nearing completion

| Jeff Peyton

It’s been years in the making – some might even say decades – but Crestview’s history is finally getting its own museum.

The demolition and reconstruction work on the Lorenza Bush House, a 3,600 square-foot Craftsman first built in 1925 for the wife of a railroad tracks supervisor, is complete.

Crestview Cultural Services Director Brian Hughes and Baker Block Museum Director Ann Spann inspect antiques that will become part of the museum. (Photo by Jeff Peyton)


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