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Project manager on Toomer’s eagles restoration discusses red paint removal

Broken beaks and damaged wings and weathering weren’t the only things found wrong with the recently returned Toomer’s Corner eagle statues. The restoration process revealed that at some point likely in the 1960s, the beloved birds were tagged with red spray paint. We asked Lathan Company project manager Anthony Miller how he got it off… and who would do such a thing?

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