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Beda Hallberg beats out Gessle in museum contest


HALMSTAD - Beda Hallberg, the woman who came up with the idea almost a hundred years ago of selling small paper flowers on May Day to raise funds to fight tuburculosis, was declared the 'Halland Resident of All Time' last night in a contest in which Per Gessle had also been a finalist. The contest, sponsored by the Museum of Halmstad, was designed to draw attention to a special exhibition that opened yesterday.

  This museum is the very same that will mount the Gyllene Tider exhibition this summer.

This article was written for an earlier version of The Daily Roxette.
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  ★ The author:
Lars-Erik Olson


  ★ Publishing date:

March 1st, 2004


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