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Grave of Lucille Ball
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For those of us who visit the Jamestown area, it's surprising what effect the memory of the TV star/comedienne, Lucille Ball, still has in the area--and probably in the US in general (while taking this picture I was interrupted 3 times by small groups that had come view the gravesite and take snapshots).  She was born in nearby Celeron, NY, where a lakeside park is named in her honor.  There is also a Lucille Ball museum and theater in Jamestown.

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Tags: lucille ball; jamestown; i love lucy; grave
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