Tom Craig, right, a 20-year resident, took two AmeriCorps members on a tour of the Robertson Cave, a tourist attraction that was once home to clandestine meetings for early labor union organizers in the late 1800s in New Straitsville, Ohio.
Tom Craig, right, a 20-year resident, took two AmeriCorps members on a tour of the Robertson Cave, a tourist attraction that was once home to clandestine meetings for early labor union organizers in the late 1800s in New Straitsville, Ohio. John Minchillo AP
Tom Craig, right, a 20-year resident, took two AmeriCorps members on a tour of the Robertson Cave, a tourist attraction that was once home to clandestine meetings for early labor union organizers in the late 1800s in New Straitsville, Ohio. John Minchillo AP

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