Do you think the restoration was a success? I'm not sure their space would have been quite so organized and "designed." I imagine Mr. Moore made little pay and was faced with many hardships, including the death of his young daughter from a form of malnutrition.
The parlor painted in Sky-blue calcimine
A wide parlor-view and mantle piece
The parlor writing area
...looks like the kitchen got fairly good light!
Another area of the kitchen
The Tenement Museum always leaves an "area of record," leaving an area of the tenement as they originally found it. Here you can see layers of peeling wallpaper and paint.
Artifacts found during the restorations
An original lantern still hangs
The apartment before any restoration began
A view of the damage that's occurred overtime. There was no electricity.
The original banister dating from 1863
For more photos, go to the Tenement Museum's Flickr page
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