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May 27, 2012 12:00 AM

Harold LeMay turn down a car? Never

It started with a Model T, and then it multiplied – a lot. Over the years, cars, trucks, buses and even military vehicles were hauled onto Harold LeMay’s sprawling Parkland complex. They filled 23 buildings, where classes once were held at the old Marymount Military Academy for Boys in Spanaway.

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