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Ed I am so glad to see the barn is being restored instead being torn down. My dad Richard Smith always told me how he walked about six miles a day to help build that barn. His pay was 50 cents a day. He would always say now I am not talking about 8 hours, I am talking from sun up to sun down. - Ruth SmithComments re photo 66107 Progress Preservation The Barn of Many Colors
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