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Carol Burtt Borglund holds a sword that was recovered from the ruins of a fire that destroyed her family's Milk Street barn. The sword originally belonged to her grandfather, Lt. Robert Franklin Nutting when he served in the U.S. Navy.   (Photo/Bonnie Adams)
Zachary Eades gazes with wonder at a sword that formerly belonged to his great-grandfather, Lt. Robert Franklin Nutting, when he served in the U.S. Navy.   (Photo/Gretchen Eades) d
Personal family heirlooms that were stored to the right of this second-story window were recovered after the fire. (Photo/Bonnie Adams)
Many of the items in the barn, including this piano, were destroyed in the fire. (Photo/Bonnie Adams)
A close-up of the sword's handle. (Photo/Carol Burtt Borglund)
The remains of bins that once held family papers. (Photo/Carol Burtt Borglund)

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