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Steve and Alice Bower enjoy ice cream while sitting on the running board of their 1929 Model “A” Tudor Ford, which they brought from their home in Caledonia, Ohio, to the Hancock Historical Museum’s ninth annual Back Street Festival on Saturday. Back Street featured a vintage car show of exclusively pre-World War II vehicles. It also included a quilt show, ice cream social, children’s activities and live music. The museum also gave guided tours of the Hull House, agriculture building, Crawford Log House, DeWald-Funk House and the newly-opened Michael G. Oxley Government Center. (Photo by Nick Moore)

Steve and Alice Bower enjoy ice cream while sitting on the running board of their 1929 Model “A” Tudor Ford, which they brought from their home in Caledonia, Ohio, to the Hancock Historical Museum’s ninth annual Back Street Festival on Saturday. Back Street featured a vintage car show of exclusively pre-World War II vehicles. It also included a quilt show, ice cream social, children’s activities and live music. The museum also gave guided tours of the Hull House, agriculture building, Crawford Log House, DeWald-Funk House and the newly-opened Michael G. Oxley Government Center. (Photo by Nick Moore)

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