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Special to The Vindicator | published: June 1, 2011

Pattern with a purpose: Cecilia Cooper, center, explains the history of the British Ironstone tea-leaf pattern dinnerware on display at the Hubbard Historical Society’s McBride House, at 27 Hager St., to members of the Coitsville-Campbell Homemakers. The group toured the house recently. There is no open house scheduled at McBride for the month of June. Arrangements to tour the house can be made by phoning Cooper at 330-534-4247.



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