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The Band of Bros. member who restored TRH Historical Marker

Willard Pritchard writes:
Mr. Ed Vincent willingly cleaned the historical Marker. - Willard Pritchard
Comments re article 93241 Vonnie Kolbenschlag: In search of the Band of Bros Man who repainted TRH marker

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Ed Vincent of Band of Bros.' restored Daniel Trabue marker

2017-10-09 - Trabue-Russell House, 201 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener,
The Historical Marker at the Trabue-Russell House looks as bright - maybe better - than on the day it was first unveiled, thanks to the work of Ed Vincent, of the Columbia Christian Church's Band of Bros., who, as a team, are meticulously restoring the structure. This is the townside of the marker; the inscription on the other side for townward traffic, is the same. Thanks to Vonnie Kolbenschlag, Columbia historian and champion of the TRH House curation and of the contributions of "The Other Daniel," - Daniel Trabue, to the successful launching of the City of Columbia. - EW

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