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I thought it was on our archive site, but I guess not. I'll find it. There's a photo of a large Klan parade passing in front of our lovely Carnegie library. It just feels icky, something about those sweaty costumes.

John Ptak

Well, it *is* icky. Check out their website if you want to put a capital "I" in "icky". It would be interesting to see how many photos of KKK parades in front of state capitals could be found. I'm guessing all.

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