In 1999, conservation efforts expanded to include the Logan House, Friendfield Church and sites at Bellefield and Hobcaw House.
To prevent deterioration and preserve these sites for another generation, contractors specializing in historic architecture fixed roofs, stabilized foundations and walls, repaired windows and replaced critical structural elements.
In 2002, College of Charleston architecture professor and historian, Ralph Muldrow, and a group of his students, produced architectural drawings of the Logan house and numerous other structures at Hobcaw Barony. The illustrations record technical and vernacular details necessary for preserving the historic integrity of the sites.
Muldrow set forth a formal preservation approach:
"Keeping the sense of the passage of time while maintaining the structural integrity of the buildings is a challenge posed by the historical importance of these buildings and their character-defining role in the cultural landscape of Hobcaw Barony."
Photos, left to right: (1) Belle W. Baruch Foundation, c. 1905; (2) Belle W. Baruch Foundation, 1989; (3) Ralph Muldrow, College of Charleston, 2002