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NH honors Old Man 10 years after formation's fall

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Edward Geddes already had spent two long days on the mountain when the weather turned. Battered by wind and soaked by rain — "like shower baths of ice water" — he clung to a rope and pressed on, even after the rain turned to ice that coated his clothing and left two of his fingers crooked for the rest of his life. It was 1916, and the crew assigned to help Geddes rescue New...

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