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Capital Region Scrapbook: Glens Falls celebrates memories of people, events of a century

The 1925 fire at the Rialto Theatre and Hotel attracted hundreds of spectators to downtown Glens Falls.
The 1925 fire at the Rialto Theatre and Hotel attracted hundreds of spectators to downtown Glens Falls.
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The people have changed. The places have changed. The village has changed. Glens Falls, once known as Queensbury’s largest village, celebrates its centennial as a city this year. Celebrations will include a birthday party featuring cake and ice cream at the Queensbury Hotel on Thursday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Chapman Historical Museum on Glen Street will serve photographs. The museum will open the first of two Glens Falls centennial exhibits on Thursday. ...


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