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Yesterday we talked to the poet laureate of Rochester, who’s been preserving the voices of people who worked at city’s giant factory buildings.
Today we talk with a resident of Manchester who’s preserving the history of the buildings themselves.
Fifty years ago the city of Rochester was home to giant shoe factories. Hundreds of workers made a living working with leather and handling huge machines.
Rochester’s shoe factory era may be gone, but the city’s poet laureate wants to make sure it’s not forgotten.
Over the weekend, hundreds of people from around the world showed up in the town of Gilsum, in southwest New Hampshire.
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