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Old 7 November 2002, 01:45 PM   #1
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Part of Norm Gross' WW1 aviation collection will form a special display at the Hume-Carnegie Museum in Mendota, Illinois, now through December, 2002. Museum's regular hours are Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm but tours can be arranged by calling 815-539-3373.
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