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Collections manager Helen Stiefmiller, right, talks with Karen Luke, former chairman of the board of the Oklahoma City National Memorial Foundation, while touring parts of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum that are to be updated and include artifacts not currently displayed. At left is the T-shirt Timothy McVeigh was wearing when he was arrested. Members of the original 350-member Memorial Task Force were shown planned changes to the museum to be completed over the next two years. Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman NATE BILLINGS - NATE BILLINGS
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