This week the first of the twelve curved windows was removed from the second story parlors for restoration. These windows are a different construction from those on the main floor. The top of the arch is filled in with wood to fill the square opening. The unique construction of these windows requires a bit more work to restore than the windows on the main floor. Workers at the Mead Building have been developing methods and equipment to work with all the different window types. Some of the large main floor windows have already been finished, and almost all of the big windows are in progress. If you have questions about the project or events please contact us at the Dakota Territorial Museum at 610 Summit Street (in Westside Park), on Facebook, visit our website at www.meadbuilding.org, or call us at 605-665-3898. The museum is open 10 am-5 pm Monday-Friday and noon-4 pm weekends.