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Letter: Memories

Trilby writes:
Linda, love the photo! A beautiful reminder that spring is here! The Chamber of Commerce building and Madison Square building brought back a lot of precious memories.
Comments re: Daffodil watch 2022: on Burkesville Street
Trilby, thank you always for your good letters. We share memories of leaders like John D. and Olive Lowe who created Madison Square from the Ford dealership building, and so many who helped the Chamber building become a reality like Marilyn Sparks, Sue Stivers, Pat Bell and others. I hope you'll send in more names who need credit for having helped Columbia be who she is today. And we can't forget your wonderful sister Elaine and all the work she contributed. - LW

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