Most people would not relish the idea of spending the summer in a 150-year-old house with no air conditioning. But for Jessica Brodt, it's the opportunity of a lifetime. That's because the master's student in history at UAH is currently serving as an architectural and conservation restoration intern at the historic Lyndhurst. "I've been living in the Greenhouse Service Building, which is adjacent to the mansion on the property," says the Toney, Ala., native. "The building was originally built in 1865 and housed the greenhouse and maintenance workers."