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Toledo State Hospital Cemetery Reclamation Project

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Paul Fletcher of Toledo places a 'I am forgotten no more' flag at a grave site.

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Volunteers from the Toledo State Hospital Cemetery Reclamation Project and from the youth group from St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Maumee, place markers saying "I am forgotten no more" at the original cemetery for the former Toledo State Hospital in Toledo.

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Veteran and state hospital resident receives a NMAI flag as well as one from the U.S. Volunteers from the Toledo State Hospital Cemetery Reclamation Project.

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Volunteers Gary Wirzylo, left, and Aretta Adams, both of Toledo, check a map to locate the grave sites of veterans.

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Youth group members Lindsay Sachs, 13, a student at Perrysburg Junior High, left, and Morgan Sample, 16, of Anthony Wayne High school, both from St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Maumee, place flags.

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Aretta Adams, left, and Gary Wirzylo place a U.S. flag at a Civil War veteran's grave site. They are volunteers from Toledo working on the Toledo State Hospital Cemetery Reclamation Project.

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Gary Wirzylo, of Toledo, places flags at the memorial sign for the unknown veterans in the field.

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