Students work on a paint splattered wood floor

In April 2004, a conservation team (left to right: Jill Krupp, Becky Waldroff, Lori Arnold, Susie Jackson) repaired powder post beetle damage to the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center caused by an infestation many years ago. Resin was injected to consolidate deteriorated areas, and paper pulp was inserted into voids to prevent further damage. The team included three students from Columbia University's Graduate Historic Preservation Program. Photo by Helen A. Harrison