It's moving day for Burnham house

The historic Nathan Burnham House took a trip last weekend, from 947 Wall St. to an area just inside the Washington Heights entrance to the Nichols Arboretum. Built about 1837, Burnham House will become the home of the James D. Reader Jr. Urban Environmental Education Center. The building will house a classroom display area, office/library and caretaker's apartment. The Reader Center will provide indoor space for education, research and orientation for Arb visitors. The move was made possible by the support of James D. and Helene C. Reader. The Center is named in memory of their son, an Ohio school teacher and coach. Photo by Bob Kalmbach