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Sagamore Hill National Historic Site

Historic Chandelier, Wall Sconce, & Pendant Lighting Restoration
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Chandelier, Wall Sconce, & Pendant Lighting Restoration
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Chandelier, Wall Sconce, & Pendant Lighting Restoration
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Chandelier, Wall Sconce, & Pendant Lighting Restoration
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Chandelier, Wall Sconce, & Pendant Lighting Restoration
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Chandelier, Wall Sconce, & Pendant Lighting Restoration

Project Info

Job Site Oyster Bay, NY
Architect John G. Waite Associates
Electrical Contractor Cooper Power and Lighting Corporation
Lighting Consultant Ryan Stockman
General Contractor E&A Restoration Inc.
Contact Susan Sarna, Sagamore Hill National Historic Site

Project Description

Sagamore Hill was the home of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States, from 1885 until his death in 1919. During Roosevelt’s time in office, his “Summer White House” was the focus of international attention. The most significant events took place at Sagamore Hill during the seven summers it served as Theodore Roosevelt’s Summer White House, from 1902 until 1908. During that time, Roosevelt used his home to host luminaries from around the country and around the world.

There are several different types of fixtures including pendants, wall sconces, ceiling mounted fixtures and chandeliers. There is a total of 56 original fixtures that were restored by the Grand Light artisans. Physical restoration consisted of the repair or replacement of any parts that were missing, broken, or damaged. Replacement matched the original parts in strength and appearance, including degree of detail. Electrical restoration consisted of the replacement of all electrical components and wiring. Luminaires were wired with UL listed components and tested in accordance with UL standards.

Specifications

For specific modifcations per fixture type, click the appropriate image below:

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Type 1
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Type 35-75-76-77-78
Type 35-75-76-77-78
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Type 42-43-47-91
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Type 51-52
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Type 62-64
Type 62-64
Type 65-66
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Type 69-81
Type 69-81
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Type 79-80
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Type 90

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