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Fate Of HTC Phone Booth Uncertain After Monday’s Wreck Damaged Downtown Waterloo Landmark

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A Monday morning collision in downtown Waterloo resulted in destruction of the county’s last remaining walk-in phone booths. Since the early 1970s, the iconic Harrisonville Telephone Co. pay phone booth has stood at the intersection of Market Street and Mill Street at the Courthouse Square. The accident severely dented the booth’s frame, although the phone …

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