Norlands hosts final tours of season

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Claire Tanner of Livermore Falls prepares to hand-sew a quilt square at Washburn-Norlands Living History Center on Saturday. "It's been a good day; very steady," Tanner said. She portrays Aunt Kallie on the 19th-century farm. Saturday was the last day of the season the center was open for public tours. It will remain open through the winter for school tours and special programs.

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Donna and Orv Lind, of Peru in the summer and Florida in the winter, wait on the porch of Washburn-Norlands Living History Center in Livermore for a tour of the house Saturday.

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Randall Pond's picture

2 pictures and that's it?!

Come on! This is a Beautiful Home that is one of First Family's of Livermore! The Story of the Washburn Family is Incredible! Why not Share their Story with Readers?!


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