|To the left, the Railroad YMCA at 563 N. High St., with the Columbus Savings Bank at 561 N. High St. To the right, Troy Laundering at 548 N. High St. and the Unique Theatre at 558 N. High.|
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When we went to press with the Spring issue may weeks ago, we were excited to share the stories of some of the great family restaurants in Columbus. Though we are now living in a different world, you can still read some uplifting stories and find new, deserving local businesses to support in these trying times. Your community thanks you!
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|Leveque Tower was formerly known as the American Insurance Union Citadel. A competition was used to determine the design of the Statehouse building. Five principle architects were involved in the project with contributions from several others. The cornerstone was laid on July 4th, 1839.|
|A view of Mirror Lake on the campus of The Ohio State University. The first use of the name, "Mirror Lake" occurred in the spring of 1896 when both the yearbook, Makio, and newspaper, The Lantern, used the term.|
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