A LAW SCHOOL FOUNDER'S HOUSE UNDERGOING RESTORATION
The former home of Thomas R.R. Cobb, a founder of the law school, is being restored on the corner of Prince Avenue and Hill Street in Athens. The structural restoration to the 19th century mansion is complete and workers are now arranging furnishings for the home. Renovation and restoration, which has been estimated to cost up to $3.3 million, began in 2004. The article was published in the Athens Banner-Herald on 7/1/06, and the author was Merritt Melancon.
"A LAW SCHOOL FOUNDER'S HOUSE UNDERGOING RESTORATION" (2006). In The News. 414.