Audio: Restoring the Ludlow Massacre Monument

· Mar. 4, 2004, 3:57 pm

In May 2003, vandals damaged the Ludlow Massacre Memorial near Trinidad, erected in 1918 to commemorate striking miners and their families who were killed by National Guard militia. John Griswold, a California conservator, talks about taking on the task of restoring the monument.

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