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Alan Long, left, and James Banning, of Quality Masonry Co., Marion, do tuck-pointing work Wednesday on a wall of the historic Crawford School building at the Hancock Historical Museum. The wall will serve as a backdrop for a Barbara and Ed Heminger Memorial Garden. The late Ed Heminger, who was publisher and editor of The Courier, and chairman of the Findlay Publishing Co., was one of the five founders of the museum. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

Alan Long, left, and James Banning, of Quality Masonry Co., Marion, do tuck-pointing work Wednesday on a wall of the historic Crawford School building at the Hancock Historical Museum. The wall will serve as a backdrop for a Barbara and Ed Heminger Memorial Garden. The late Ed Heminger, who was publisher and editor of The Courier, and chairman of the Findlay Publishing Co., was one of the five founders of the museum. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

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