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Johnstown (1903, 4,820 feet) thrived after construction of a Great Western sugar beet plant (1926). An antique main street has turn-of-the-century commercial buildings such as the two-story brick Eureka Block (1907), the Johnstown Breezenewspaper office at 7 South Parish Avenue, and the old depot nearby.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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