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Time for change: Historic grandfather clock needs new home

11:53 AM, Feb. 7, 2013
A group has been formed to find a way to keep the world's largest grandfather clock in Kewaunee.
A group has been formed to find a way to keep the world's largest grandfather clock in Kewaunee.
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The familiar grandfather clock that has greeted Kewaunee residents and visitors at the former Top of the Hill Shop, at 210 Duvall St. and North Main Street, is in need of a new home. A group of concerned citizens is working to keep restore the landmark and retain it for the public eye - preferably within the city of Kewaunee.

The world's largest grandfather clock was a gift to the people of Kewaunee from Svoboda Industries to celebrate America's Bicentennial. Built in 1976, the 35 foot 10 inch tall grandfather clock was eventually moved to the Top of the Hill Shop, which has been closed for several ...

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