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Whitehall mansion

Charles Scarlett purchased Whitehall in 1946 and spent much of the rest of his life restoring the home to its original glory. He lived in the home until he died in 1997. Today, his children and grandchildren are honoring Scarlett's legacy by opening Whitehall and its grounds to the public and establishing a hub for restoration education.
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