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Artifacts are ancient history
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Times photo: Gary Mays Jan Krahenbuhl, executive vice president of Woodford Bank, displays some of the many Native American artifacts owned by her brother John Anderson, who purchased them from the estate of noted collector Ralph Hammerly. Many of the pieces are thousands of years old and were made by peoples who lived, hunted and roamed the Sugar and Pecatonica River valleys.
MONTICELLO - For Jan Krahenbuhl, the daily work routine is the usual but important stuff of small-town banking - paperwork, numbers, clients, accounts.