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Restorers taking panes at Capitol

448 dome panels part of job

Posted: July 6, 2014 at 3:49 a.m.

Nathan Cathey (left) and Lynn Fitzgerald remove caulk from panels of stained glass in a workshop in North Little Rock as part of the restoration of the House chambers at the state Capitol.

In a workshop off Maumelle Boulevard in North Little Rock, Nathan Cathey and Lynn Fitzgerald spend their days meticulously chipping caulk off multicolored, stained-glass windows from the Arkansas Capitol building.

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