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Column: WJC library was a community treasure

Published 03/28/2012, Worthington Daily Globe

WORTHINGTON — No one can know the total of structures destroyed in World War II. From London to Berlin to Stalingrad to Hiroshima to Tokyo, buildings — houses, apartments, churches, cathedrals, temples, stores, shops, warehouses, factories, depots, government centers, colleges, universities, arenas, barns, hangars, prisons, palaces, castles — buildings beyond knowing were bombed, burned and leveled.

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