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Bring-Us-Together Girl Asks 'Which Way Now?'
Publication:Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date:Jan 17, 1977
 Abstract (Document Summary)

Vicki Lynne Cole was a face in the crowd in 1968--a 13-year-old, blonde schoolgirl standing in the rain at a train station in a small Ohio town and holding a sign reading: "Bring Us Together Again."

  

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