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Video: Saving Memories

After establishing her professional career in Washington DC with the White House Historical Association and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Mame Croze McCully returned to the hometown that first nurtured her love of history. She now works to educate our next generation and preserve Milwaukee’s most precious treasures, its memories.

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