At Homes and Histories Part 2, Catherine Roberts, a board member at the Rutherford B.H. Yates Museum talked about the history of the Museum as well as the challenges associated with restoring historic buildings. Part of her talk included the controversy about the City of Houston’s plan to redo the sewage and drainage system on Andrews Street, which involves tearing up and replacing the street’s historic bricks.
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Catherine Roberts is a co-founder of the Rutherford B.H. Yates Museum and currently sits on its board. Over the years, she has been involved with non-profit organizations that promote low-income housing, education, the arts, and international student programs.
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