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“Youth Triumphant,” designed by C. Paul Jennewein
Courtesy of Maggie Sherman
The author in “Daddy’s Chair” by Giuliano Cecchinelli II
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“Culmination” by Sean Williams
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Marsha Kincheloe, owner of Grakles
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Robert Burns monument
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“Unzipping the Earth” by Chris Miller
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Gravestone at Hope Cemetery
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“Mr. Pickwick” by Giuliano Cecchinelli II
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Sign on S. Main Street by City Hall Park
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"Coffee Break" (detail) by Heather M. Ritchie
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"Jack-in-the-Box Bike Rack" by Giuliano Cecchinelli II
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"Gargoyle Bike Rack" by Chris Miller
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Barre Partnership building on N. Main Street
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“Youth Triumphant,” designed by C. Paul Jennewein

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