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PART II —
The Age of Concrete had been dawning bright and had been since cement constructions just before the turn-of-the-last century, 1900. Even many small towns could boast a cement block factory. The first two-to-three decades of the twentieth century were reported in newspapers such as: 1911—Dan Galpin was working on the county’s cement bridges. 1921—Lanark City Council voted to pave Broad St.
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