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    Barbara Bush remembered - Staff photo by Derek Davis | of | Share this photo

    Avery Garrison, 7, clutches a bracelet that was given to her by Barbara Bush. The former first lady had had been given the bracelet by the families of the Sandy Hook Community. The green bead represents each child and the white beads represent the teachers whose lives were lost. The bracelet has served as a symbol of hope and inspiration to Avery as she has encountered a number of health challenges since birth.

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    During a visit to Barbara Bush Children's Hospital in 2013, former first lady Barbara Bush talks to Avery Garrison and gives her the bracelet that had been given to her by members of the Sandy Hook community.

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    Gabe Biasez, 13, of Augusta, a cystic fibrosis patient at The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital in Portland, was among the patients and staffers who signed a banner in remembrance of the former first lady on Wednesday.

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    Patients and employees at The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital signed a banner in remembrance of hospital patron, literacy advocate and Maine summer resident Barbara Bush.

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    Among the many tiles hanging in the West Wing of The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital in Portland is one made by the former first lady herself.

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    Staffers at The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital sign a banner in remembrance of the former first lady.

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    Barbara Bush remembered - Staff photo by Carl D. Walsh | of | Share this photo

    Friends of Barbara Bush – Bonnie Clement and Helen Thorgalsen – remember her while sitting in their Kennebunk store, H.B. Provisions, on Wednesday.

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    The America flag flies at half-staff in front of Walker’s Point in Kennebunkport on Wednesday in honor of former first lady Barbara Bush, who died Tuesday.

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    Dottie Plouffe, of Wilmington, Massachusetts, and her daughter Sophie, 10, sit near flowers they put on the rocks across from Walker's Point in honor of former first lady Barbara Bush, who died on Tuesday. Plouffe told her daughter that Mrs. Bush advocated for children’s literacy. “I truly thought she was an incredible woman,” Plouffe said. The two made the trip from Wilmington to Kennebunkport to pay their respects.

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    Barbara Bush remembered - Staff photo by Gregory Rec | of | Share this photo

    Flowers and a candle rest on a rock at a viewing area of the Bush family compound at Walker’s Point in Kennebunkport on Wednesday morning.

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    A memorial for former first lady Barbara Bush grew across from Walker's Point in Kennebunkport.

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    A letter from 8-year-old Rachel Yordon, of Kennebunk, was part of a memorial near Walker's Point.

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