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Victorian Christmas held at Silver City Museum

The Silver City Museum Victorian Christmas event, one that has been well loved in Silver City for many years, took place Thursday, Dec. 13.

The Beat thanks two professional photographers who were willing to share their photos.
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The brass section of the Concert Band of the Southwest was one of many musical groups that entertained those attending the event. (Photo Courtesy of Tom Vaughan)
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Yum, the cookies at the event are always delicious! The moving hand just snagged a goodie. (Photo Courtesy of Tom Vaughan)
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Two Victorian ladies sit among the Western-dressed folks. Might they have arrived on a time machine? (Photo Courtesy of Sandy Feutz)

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