Re: How do I remove drywall installed over original lath and plaster walls?
If you're lucky, the drywall was installed without glue and the original plaster is relatively intact. Odds are, the plaster has quite a bit of damage which is why the drywall was put up in the first place. You should expect to have to completely replace the plaster behind the drywall.
As to removal, a hammer and flat bar. Get under the edge somewhere or make a hole and work your way out from there. This will be a dusty mess, so wear eye protection and a good dust mask.
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