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Decorative Arts Group From N.C. Visits Greene

Published: 9:25 AM, 01/09/2009

More than 40 admirers of antiques and old homes, many of them professionals in the study of the "decorative arts," visited Greeneville on Tuesday as part of a "winter study trip" to East Tennessee organized by a respected North Carolina museum.

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