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To the editor:
It's a shame to hear that a piece of history
(Lincoln's at that) is being left to fade away. I know that things
have changed over time, but to let the gateway to the city, a place
where, if you wanted a great meal (outside of home, that is), the
old Mill was the place…
Yet for us 40s-plus kids, the history of Lincoln will always be
there, but the faces and places will keep changing. Too bad, in
today's world, history is only what you read about and not truly
enjoy for the [times] to come.
Goodbye, old Mill. Maybe one day someone will leave a rock with
your name on it, saying, "Here lies the old Mill. (She served her
Jann Allen Nash
(Posted Oct. 22, 2005)
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