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Rochester mourns passing of Martha Fowler

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By Kyle Stucker – The Lilac City lost its steadfast historian and an unparalleled central figure in the arts this week with the death of Martha Fowler.

Fowler, longtime president of the Rochester Historical Society and business manager of the Rochester Opera House, died Tuesday at age 65 after a brief illness… Continue reading at fosters.com

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