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Historians ask state to fund Charles Lindbergh house restoration

Among the projects competing for bonding funds at the legislature is a request to shore up the boyhood home of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh. The Minnesota Historical Society is asking for $650,000 to fix up the century-old bungalow.
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Among the projects competing for bonding funds at the legislature is a request to shore up the boyhood home of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh. The Minnesota Historical Society is asking for $650,000 to fix up the century-old bungalow.

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