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A Theater Restorer Razes No Buildings But Raises Hackles

Ray Shepardson Cuts Corners To Meet Tight Budgets; Purists Go Along Nervously

By Lee Berton, The Wall Street Journal, March 5, 1996

During restoration of the 75-year-old State Theater in Minneapolis, Ray Shepardson was in a feisty mood. 

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