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Lee Taylor will speak on Springville’s history

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Mark your calendar for February 28 at 7 p.m at the Springville Museum of Art. Local historian Lee Taylor will present facts and pictures gleaned from the earliest publication of a newspaper called “The Red and The Blue” published monthly by Springville High School starting in 1913.

If you are from Springville, you will be fascinated with Mr. Taylor’s presentation, and the wealth of information he has to present. If you are a transplant to Springville, you will still be rewarded by attending this lecture. Mr. Taylor has a vast wealth of knowledge pertaining to Springville History and loves to share it.

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To our new citizens who have moved into our community, we would like you to be aware that the Springville Historical Society has a very wonderful collection of historical records of our community from its founding fathers down to the present day. Visit us at the old Carnegie Library building, located just across the road from Magleby’s on 2nd South and Main Street. We are open on Mondays from 1-4 p.m. and would love to have you come and visit us. Come and learn about Springville.

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