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The C.A. picture of the day

A picture is worth a thousand words

Marlborough – The sun rises behind the Doughboy Monument on Main Street in Marlborough. According to the Marlborough Historical Society website, in World War I Company F, of the old Massachusetts 6th, “again served their home and country, and in 1925 a monument, with statue of a ‘Doughboy’ was built in their honor on the old town Common.”

Photo/Sue Wambolt

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