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February 10, 2018 - metal shoes
Jack Klasey came to Kankakee County as a immature Journal contributor in 1963, and fast became bending on internal history. In 1968, he co-authored “Of a People: A Popular History of Kankakee County.” Now late from a career in a edition industry, he stays active in a story margin as a proffer and house member during a Kankakee County Museum. He can be contacted during email@example.com.
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