"Twelve students in a physical documentation class at the School of the Art Institute are finishing a job started 12 years ago to draw elements of the George Washington Maher-designed Pleasant Home in Oak Park for a historic survey in the Library of Congress."
This is not an ongoing project. Apparently 12 years ago, the students that started the project did a subpar (e.g. sucky) job, so these kids are going back and playing cleanup. I wonder who noticed? What librarian in the LoC opened the drawer for these architectural representations probably done in crayon and said, "Well, this will not do..."
But back to the one's working on the project now. How close are they watching these kids? What if one of them went rogue? Started drawing pentagrams into every stained glass window, signing "GWM Wuz Here" on random parts of the floor plan? I would love if one of them tried to plant Da Vinci Code type riddles into the floor plans, things that spelled out "Drink more ovaltine" or some such. That would be fun.