Joe Thomas, age 93, shown on August 19, 2017, admires the Confederate monument that was relocated to Riverside Park in Brandenburg, Kentucky, along the Ohio River in May 2017. He's a fan of the monument being moved to Brandenburg.
Joe Thomas, age 93, shown on August 19, 2017, admires the Confederate monument that was relocated to Riverside Park in Brandenburg, Kentucky, along the Ohio River in May 2017. He's a fan of the monument being moved to Brandenburg. Michael S. Williamson The Washington Post
Joe Thomas, age 93, shown on August 19, 2017, admires the Confederate monument that was relocated to Riverside Park in Brandenburg, Kentucky, along the Ohio River in May 2017. He's a fan of the monument being moved to Brandenburg. Michael S. Williamson The Washington Post

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