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    Members of Row House stand in front of their float built for Old Hallowell Day during the 1980s.

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    GALLERY: Row House - Kennebec Journal photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    A view on Tuesday of the Row House building in Hallowell.

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    Row House, circa 1969.

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    Members of Row House ride on a float in the shape of a trolley during the 2003 Old Hallowell Day parade.

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    GALLERY: Row House - Kennebec Journal file photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Ron Kley speaks about the researching the Vaughan family's participation in American wars dating back to 1812 during a Veterans Day event in 2015 at the Vaughan Homestead in Hallowell.

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    GALLERY: Row House - Kennebec Journal file photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    Barry Timson

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    GALLERY: Row House - Photo by Harold Strout | of | Share this photo

    Fireplace and ovens in the Row House building.

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    A clipping from the Nov. 16, 1971, edition of the Kennebec Journal.

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    An article from the May 8, 1971, edition of the Kennebec Journal notes the federal grants given to Row House for its historic preservation efforts. The organization was the first in the nation to receive a grant through the National Preservation Act of 1966.

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    Members of Row House built a float advertising their fundraising efforts for City Hall during the 1996 Old Hallowell Day parade.

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