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John Winn

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Looks good but I can't view it unless I disable my ad blocker which I'm not going to do (probably couldn't figure out how to re-install it even if I was willing; I have a tech for that sort of thing). It looks familiar so I might have seen it but not sure; what's the date ?
 
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NH Civil War Gal

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Looks good but I can't view it unless I disable my ad blocker which I'm not going to do (probably couldn't figure out how to re-install it even if I was willing; I have a tech for that sort of thing). It looks familiar so I might have seen it but not sure; what's the date ?
February 2021
 

Mrs. V

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May 5, 2017
Dr. Joe Hannibal from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History has done quite a bit of research on stones used in archetecture. I even have a photo in one of his publications. He helped with the restoration of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument here in downtown Cleveland. -Not many people realize you can go inside..
 
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Mar 6, 2011
Wow ! Their results are stunning. I've always been fascinated with stonework; carving and walls.
Have been lucky enough to see many historical works. Thanks for the cheerful post...
 

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