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These photos originally appeared on WayNet in April 2008.

Memorial:  The film 1:47 about the 1968 explosion in downtown Richmond will be shown on April 11, 12, 18, 19, and 26 at 7:00 p.m. at the Richmond Art Museum.  Admission is $5.00.

Completed in 1893, this Romanesque Revival style building is Wayne County, Indiana's third courthouse.  The first was located in Salisbury, the second in Centerville.
Area children learned about different countries around the world at the recent "Spring Fling" hosted by the Richmond Parks and Recreation Department. The Richmond Police Department is located on the first floor, west side entrance, of the Richmond Municipal Building at 50 North Fifth Street in Richmond.
It's SPRING TIME in Wayne County, Indiana! Spring has come to Wayne County!

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On this page: Memorial to the victims of the 1968 explosion in downtown Richmond, located at the southwest corner of Main and 5th Streets.  West side of the Wayne County courthouse.  Young boy and girl dressed in costume from the Netherlands. Entrance to the Richmond Police Department.  Greens Fork town clock with white spring buds behind the clock.  Bradford pear trees in blossom along a paved driveway.

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