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The tannery shortly after it opened in 1905, and the flume line that brought logs down from the Curtis Creek area.

The tannery shortly after it opened in 1905, and the flume line that brought logs down from the Curtis Creek area.

“I’ve been going to work in the same building for 62 years”, laughs Old Fort resident Bud Hogan. Here, he discusses the history of Old Fort from a businessman’s point of view. From the days of the tannery to the fading of the textile industry in recent decades, Mr. Hogan has had a front-row seat. But, it’s not just his head that has ruled his work life… his heart has played a large role as well, as you’ll hear near the endĀ of the clip.

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