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Seattle’s early habit of racing ferry boats-tipsy captains and all-for the amusement of the crowd lining the shore has long been my dearest example of home-grown entertainment. I learned that Budapest lofted a cardboard castle around 1900 to celebrate the thousandth anniversary of the Hungarian state. People liked Vajdahunyad so much it was rebuilt in masonry and now serves as an agricultural museum.
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