June 5, 2008 in Features
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Flong Time No See

Shannon and Kenneth Boyd own what looks like an ordinary house in East Spokane - but underneath the old siding are 400 to 500 papier mache molds called “flongs,” used in the printing of a 1930s Spokane newspaper.

Thuy-Dzuong Nguyen / The Spokesman-Review
 
 

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