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Mary Dahlin

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Proctor

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www.rutlandherald.com

When told of the museum's planned closing, Proctor Town Clerk Mary Dahlin said it would be a blow to the town's history.
"It's a shame, it's a real shame," said Dahlin, a lifelong Proctor resident, who recalled how during its heyday the Vermont Marble Co. was the lifeblood of the town.


www.rutlandherald.com

When told of the museum's planned closing, Proctor Town Clerk Mary Dahlin said it would be a blow to the town's history.
"It's a shame, it's a real shame," said Dahlin, a lifelong Proctor resident, who recalled how during its heyday the Vermont Marble Co. was the lifeblood of the town.


www.rutlandherald.com

When told of the museum's planned closing, Proctor Town Clerk Mary Dahlin said it would be a blow to the town's history.
"It's a shame, it's a real shame," said Dahlin, a lifelong Proctor resident, who recalled how during its heyday the Vermont Marble Co. was the lifeblood of the town.


www.rutlandherald.com

When told of the museum's planned closing, Proctor Town Clerk Mary Dahlin said it would be a blow to the town's history.
"It's a shame, it's a real shame," said Dahlin, a lifelong Proctor resident, who recalled how during its heyday the Vermont Marble Co. was the lifeblood of the town.


www.rutlandherald.com

When told of the museum's planned closing, Proctor Town Clerk Mary Dahlin said it would be a blow to the town's history.
"It's a shame, it's a real shame," said Dahlin, a lifelong Proctor resident, who recalled how during its heyday the Vermont Marble Co. was the lifeblood of the town.


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