Pomona Hall is a notable example of an eighteenth-century Georgian residence. One of the principle historic sites in Camden County, it contains fine interior detailing and architectural elements. Pomona Hall is associated with the Cooper family, who were early Camden settlers. The building has a high degree of architectural integrity. The City of Camden acquired the house in 1915 and in 1924 the Camden County Historical Society began leasing the property from the city.
The 2007 grant helped fund the preparation of an accessibility study that recommended methods to make the house museum, exhibits, and research facility more accessible to visitors with impairments. A previous Trust grant helped fund roof and drainage repairs and repairs to water-damaged brickwork and interior plaster.
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