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Located at 530 Chestnut Street at the South West corner of Colonial ave this house was demolished to build something in the future.. This building was renovated and once housed the Anti- Communist and Anti -Semetic newspaper named "Common Sense" in the 50's. The paper claimed to have 50,000 subscribers at one time and was run by Conde McGinley who died in Union in 1963.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conde_McGinley
http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1902&dat=19551202&id=6VEfAAAAIBAJ&sjid=RNIEAAAAIBAJ&pg=1301,3137331

Link to a 1954 report from the committee on Un-American Activities:
http://debs.indstate.edu/u588n4_1954.pdf

Link to an article about a financier and writer for Common Sense:
http://www.natvan.com/adv/2004/11-20-04.html

Located at 530 Chestnut Street at the South West corner of Colonial ave this house was demolished to build something in the future.. This building was renovated and once housed the Anti- Communist and Anti -Semetic newspaper named "Common Sense" in the 50's. The paper claimed to have 50,000 subscribers at one time and was run by Conde McGinley who died in Union in 1963.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conde_McGinley
http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1902&dat=19551202&id=6VEfAAAAIBAJ&sjid=RNIEAAAAIBAJ&pg=1301,3137331

Link to a 1954 report from the committee on Un-American Activities:
http://debs.indstate.edu/u588n4_1954.pdf

Link to an article about a financier and writer for Common Sense:
http://www.natvan.com/adv/2004/11-20-04.html

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