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January 01, 2011

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oldfolkie

Although I'm not a resident of St. Paul, I recognize the importance of saving sites such as this. I only wish my own city had done so with so many beautiful and historically significant buildings now existing only as memories.
Good Luck

B Bowman

Thank you for this article and support/awareness. I contacted my council member!

jessi

your blog is saving my life, pal -- no idea that there was such great work being done to track down smith's legacy on this ol' internet! i'm linking up to you!

very pleased,

jessi
http://itsyourmisfortune.wordpress.com

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