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    Twelve tons of metal artwork was gently placed back atop Bartle Hall's support pylon early Sunday morning, following the repairs made by A. Zahner Co. over the past four months.

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Twelve tons of metal artwork was gently placed back atop Bartle Hall's support pylon early Sunday morning, following the repairs made by A. Zahner Co. over the past four months.
David Eulitt The Kansas City Star