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Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch poses with students in the back parlor of the Harrison Home.
Photo of the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site's front porch, dusted with snowfall and adorned with small holiday decorations.
Photo of a docent leading a tour through the Benjamin Harrison Home.
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