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These photos originally appeared on WayNet in April 2011.

Photo: Egyptian Mummy  "Remarkably, Richmond is home to not one - but two Egyptian mummies.  One at the Wayne County Historical Museum and this one at the Joseph Moore Museum at Earlham. Photo: Daffodils "Spring is busting out all over Wayne County!"
Photo: White House with Pink Magnolia.  "The magnolia blooming by this Cambridge City home makes it look like its located in the deep south, but it's simply "south of 40". Photo: Overbeck Figurine of Shepherd with Lambs.  "On Easter...Count Your Blessings."
Photo: Canteberry Salon & Day Spa.  Title: Richmond's great architectural heritage will be on display this weekend during the Spring Tour of Homes.  Take a trip back in time for only$10.

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On this page: Egyptian mummy at Joseph Moore Museum on the Earlham College campus. Yellow daffodils. Pink magnolia blooms near a large white house with black shutters in Cambridge City. Overbeck figurine of a shepherd with his sheep and lambs. White spring blossoms in front of the Canteberry Salon and Day Spa, formerly a Gaar Mansion.


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