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Senator Edward Kennedy visits First Parish in Bedford, MA
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On October 18, 2006, Senator Edward Kennedy visited the First Parish church in Bedford, MA. This image was taken as the Senator laid a wreath onto the World War II Memorial.

Copyright: Carlton Soo Hoo
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