Remembering the Square of yesteryear
by Philip Clements
04:01 AM, Saturday, March 28
Some of Marietta’s most recognizable names — Goldstein, Walker, Dunaway, Cox, Leiter, Coppedge and Galt — gathered at the Marietta Museum of History to talk about the Marietta Square. The second installment of the museum’s Remember When Club focus...

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