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The place in this week’s image, above, contains accountable offices. If you think you know where it is, e-mail willie.malpass@augustachronicle.com or call (706) 823-3403 and leave your name, area code and telephone number, and spell your first and last names. Be specific. The deadline to answer is 2 p.m. Friday. If your name is picked from among the correct answers, you will win a gift from The Augusta Chronicle. Twenty-two people correctly guessed last week’s photo as the Boyhood Home of Woodrow Wilson, 419 Seventh St. Linda E. Wiley received the prize. Others who correctly identified the picture were Rick and Gail Murphy, Ronnie Thompson, Susan Simowitz, Christina Brown, Hale Barrett, Frances Sideman, Mary Dixon, Laney Mize, Tammy Spradling, Kenneth McGahee, Jane Milligan, Gloria Lassiter, Melisa Burbine, David Perper, Ann Walters, Vernon Woods, Irene Turner, Mary E. Donaldson, Thomas Wall and Jennie Morris.


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