Brewer Named Director Of Restoration Agency


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Brewer Named Director Of Restoration Agency
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Progress Photos Book No. 4
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St. Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission Staff Members
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Tebault, A. H.
The St. Augustine Record
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Box: 1NW22
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By A. H. TEBAULT, Editor The new director came to the Diretor that he In unannounced action the St. state restoration agency slightly planned o rsonnel, Augustine Restoration Commis- more than 18 months ago. Brew- but indica oud ension today named Bradley G. er, 48, was previously adminis- en Brewer to the post of director trator of the Cleveland Health devo posiof the state *preservation body. Museum.. A Veteran in the U. S. tionsd i "a Brewer, who had been named Army during World War II the higher gr our S"acting director" for four months new director has over 10 years prograd'of r since the resignation of Earle experience in museum and pub- and reconstruct posts Newton, stated that he was "both lie display efforts. surprised and elated at the ap- Brewer is married and the now open call for a program his ey Brwer pointment." father of three children. torian and assistant historian.

Government House
The commission agreed to
spear d fund raising programs
for r titonof the Gover- stated in a letter that she had nor' wing of:,the over 35 days which she was conold a M1ed the citing to thIe commission as a proj effort p8i doig ti bach statfor this that he had ur
Commission Cha H. E. over the 30 day he Wolfe state& that he felt the wished to contribu Governor's. azision should re- Chairman Wolfe was joined ceive priority '(Or the coming by Secretary-Treasurer William year and received the full sup- Sims in commending the action port of Vice Charman Lawrence by the two employes. Wolfe said Lewis. Lewis std that he felt that the work being done by the the Governor's M nsion should staff had to be, in addition to be "the grandest use in town, personally satisfying, "a work and could be ourcenter focal of love." point similar o Governor's Sims urged the new director Palace in Colonial Williamsburg." to take steps to insure that all
Brewer estimated that the employes were allowed to take project would cost in the neigh- vacation and sick leave rather borhood of $40000 and, require than lose the time through Over ultimate separation of the east- accumulation. "Vacation is deern wing of the building, and signed to give our people rest lowering of the roof some 14 and a fresh approach," Sims feet. Tentative plans call for the said. separation of the east wing at Budget Approved the old post office northern hall- The .ommission approved a w'ay 1968-69 budget of Employes Contribute Vacation $334,809 get does not Two lon ime restorationcom- include and conmission ~. t struction Res O'Brien con- toration Corpworks tribute e due the closely with the state agency. over a pds. Bqth
employes would any vacation leave in excess of 80 days
after June 1st. Mrs. O'Brien