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February 20, 2014

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Melissa

Wow--I did not even think of courthouses that way before. I often bemoan the buildings that were lost during the Chicago fire. Of course, there is still amazing architecture in Chicago but I am sure some of those older buildings were magnificent. It is interesting how much can be learned by really looking at a building.

Dominique King

That's one of the reasons I really love visiting the old courthouses, Melissa!

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