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The front facade of the former Ohio National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio is seen against rain clouds on Wednesday May 15, 2013. The 103 year-old armory was torn down under the direction of DZI Construction Services and Paschal Bihn and Sons Excavation in preparation for the construction of a CVS Pharmacy. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
The front facade of the former Ohio National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio is seen against rain clouds on Wednesday May 15, 2013. The 103 year-old armory was torn down under the direction of DZI Construction Services and Paschal Bihn and Sons Excavation in preparation for the construction of a CVS Pharmacy. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS




A gymnasium inside the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio is seen May 7, 2013 prior to the demolition of the building. The 12,677 square foot facility housed some of Bowling Green State University's first classes in 1914 and was abandoned in 2005 after the Ohio National Guard’s 1-148th Infantry Company B transferred to its current facility at the Bowling Green Community Center.
A gymnasium inside the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio is seen May 7, 2013 prior to the demolition of the building. The 12,677 square foot facility housed some of Bowling Green State University's first classes in 1914 and was abandoned in 2005 after the Ohio National Guard’s 1-148th Infantry Company B transferred to its current facility at the Bowling Green Community Center.
A wall mural is seen May 7, 2013 in the gymnasium of the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio.
A wall mural is seen May 7, 2013 in the gymnasium of the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio.
A painted silhouette of a guardsman is seen May 7, 2013 over debris inside the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio.
A painted silhouette of a guardsman is seen May 7, 2013 over debris inside the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Sunlight filters into the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio on May 7, 2013.
Sunlight filters into the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio on May 7, 2013.
Sunlight illuminates a wall in the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio on May 7, 2013.
Sunlight illuminates a wall in the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio on May 7, 2013.
The rear wall of a gymnasium is seen May 7, 2013 inside the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio.
The rear wall of a gymnasium is seen May 7, 2013 inside the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Debris is seen inside a gymnasium at the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio during demolition work on Tuesday May 14, 2013.
Debris is seen inside a gymnasium at the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio during demolition work on Tuesday May 14, 2013.
An excavator is seen May 14, 2013 removing the rear wall of the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio.
An excavator is seen May 14, 2013 removing the rear wall of the former Ohio Army National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio.
A car passes by the former Ohio National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio as the front facade is demolished Friday May 17, 2013.
A car passes by the former Ohio National Guard armory in Bowling Green, Ohio as the front facade is demolished Friday May 17, 2013.
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