View Full Version : Appalachian Trail history captured in W.Va. museum - Hagerstown Morning Herald

12-03-2007, 08:20
<table border=0 width= valign=top cellpadding=2 cellspacing=7><tr><td valign=top class=j><br><div class=lh><a href="http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/0-0&fd=R&url=http://www.herald-mail.com/%3Fmodule%3Ddisplaystory%26story_id%3D180368%26for mat%3Dhtml&cid=0&ei=e_RTR7PsN4S2ygSHxq3gCQ"><b>Appalachian Trail</b> history captured in W.Va. museum</a><br><font size=-1><font color=#6f6f6f>Hagerstown Morning Herald,&nbsp;MD&nbsp;-</font> <nobr>18 minutes ago</nobr></font><br><font size=-1>Its rubber tire is cracked and dry, but the measuring wheel Myron H. Avery used to plot out the <b>Appalachian Trail</b> stands as a testament to his work. <b>...</b></font><br></div></td></tr></table>

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12-03-2007, 08:30
So is this museum the couple of cases in the conservancy office? Is it a separate floor, room, or building? I have an old copper AT trailmarker, and an original signed xerox copy of Walking with Spring I would like to LEND to the library. for display. As recently as this summer, when I e-mailed from their site,
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