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These photos originally appeared on WayNet in January 2005.

The greenhouse at Earlham College offers a welcome respite fom the grey of winter. This elegant home on Henley Road was called Trouper Hill when it belonged to Harry Frnakel, better known as "Singin' Sam".
The playground at Glen Miller park is silent...waiting for spring and the laughter of children to bring it to life.

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On this page: Richmond High School cheerleaders make a pyramid during a cheer in the Tiernan Center.  Rain swollen river nearly reaches the road on a gray, overcast day.   Green tropical plants in the greenhouse in Noyes Hall at Earlham College. White pillars with black shutters make a statement on this elegant home on Henley Road.  It was once known as "Trouper Hill" when it belonged to radio superstar, Harry Frankel, better known as "Singin' Sam".


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