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Washington DC museum features Telegram

October 11, 2018

Washington D.C. got a taste of The Columbus Telegram recently.

The Telegram was one of dozens of newspapers that had its front page on display Wednesday in the nation’s capital as part of Newseum’s “Today’s Front Pages Gallery.”

Taylor Silva, press secretary for U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse, shared a photo he took of The Telegram on display he saw while on his commute. He said he took the photo to share with family he has in the area.

Newseum is an interactive museum that promotes the First Amendment and free expression. The seven-level museum also features its “Today’s Front Pages Gallery,” which presents daily front pages of more than 80 newspapers from around the world.

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