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Vintage Automobile on Long-Term Display in College Library


An eye-catching antique
An eye-catching antique

A 1909 Chalmers, on extended loan to Penn College’s new automotive restoration technology major, took up residence in Madigan Library on Wednesday. At left, the car (which no doubt will attract considerable attention at this month’s Open House and beyond) grabs the eye of Charles M. Stankye IV, a residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration major from Derby, Ct.

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