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Running and remembering the 'The Wolf Man'
Reuben Folsom, sketched above by an unknown artist, spent his summer months at a cave near Albany, photographed above in 1907. (Times photo illustration)
ALBANY - In the runner's world, one may participate in a race without ever knowing who the race is named after or the run's historical significance. In essence, you pay an entry fee - one that often goes to charity - you get a T-shirt, and you run. That may be the case for some at Reuben's Run, which will be held Saturday, May 25 in Albany, in conjunction with the town's Yesteryear celebration.